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Costco Members: 48" LG OLED48A1AUA.AUS 4K OLED TV + $100 Streaming Credit EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: 48" LG OLED48A1AUA.AUS 4K OLED TV + $100 Streaming Credit + 3-Year Allstate Protection Plan for $899.98 (reflected at final checkout). Shipping is free.

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Note, a $65 discount will be applied at checkout for the cost of the Allstate warranty.

Specs/Features:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Processor: α7 Gen 4 Processor 4K
  • Dolby Vision IQ & Dolby Atmos, HDR10, HLG
  • Smart Platform: webOS + ThinQ AI w/ Magic Remote
    • Ports:
      • 3x HDMI
      • 2x USB 2.0
      • 1x RF/Cable
      • 1x Ethernet
      • 1x RS-232C
      • 1x Digital Audio Output
      • 1x Headphone Out

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    • Receive a $100 Streaming Credit towards your choice of Google Play, Paramount+, Showtime, Sling TV, or Xbox with the purchase of this LG OLED48A1AUA TV. After purchasing and receiving your TV, please visit www.LG-Promos.com/tvoffer to begin your claim process and receive your streaming credit via email. Limit one per eligible LG TV purchase. Claim(s) must be submitted within 90 days of purchase date.
    • Offer valid through 11/21 while supplies last.
  • Warranty info:
    • Year 1 & 2 - Manufacturer warranty and Costco Concierge. Allstate enrollment provides additional coverage for Years 3, 4 and 5.
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α7 Gen 4 AI Processor 4K
HDMI 2.0 (3 Ports)
Dolby Vision IQ & Dolby Atmos Audio
NFC Magic Remote Included
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It's the entry level model. There's A1, B1, C1, G1. JIMO... at only $200 more, the C1, for the upgrades you get, is well worth it.
https://www.costco.com/lg-48%22-c...61743.html
Note it's an A1 without hdmi 2.1
From reading the side by side comparison to the C1, here are the trade offs for the A1:

3 HDMI ports instead of 4, no hdmi 2.1, not as good maximum brightness, no black frame insertion for motion smoothing, and slightly worse at handling reflections.

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Receive a $100 Streaming Credit towards your choice of Google Play, Paramount+, Showtime, Sling TV, or Xbox with the purchase of this LG OLED48A1AUA TV. After purchasing and receiving your TV, please visit www.LG-Promos.com/tvoffer to begin your claim process and receive your streaming credit via email. Limit one per eligible LG TV purchase. Claim(s) must be submitted within 90 days of purchase date.
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Note it's an A1 without hdmi 2.1
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Wow never heard of A1
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Wow never heard of A1
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Must be a costco beand online.
It's the entry level model. There's A1, B1, C1, G1. JIMO... at only $200 more, the C1, for the upgrades you get, is well worth it.
https://www.costco.com/lg-48%22-c...61743.html
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Note it's an A1 without hdmi 2.1
Thanks, so completely nerfed as a monitor then I guess, lame.
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Thanks, so completely nerfed as a monitor then I guess, lame.
From reading the side by side comparison to the C1, here are the trade offs for the A1:

3 HDMI ports instead of 4, no hdmi 2.1, not as good maximum brightness, no black frame insertion for motion smoothing, and slightly worse at handling reflections.
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From reading the side by side comparison to the C1, here are the trade offs for the A1:

3 HDMI ports instead of 4, no hdmi 2.1, not as good maximum brightness, no black frame insertion for motion smoothing, and slightly worse at handling reflections.
yeah also.. No VRR, and it's 60hz. I wouldn't mind the 60hz if it had vrr.
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From reading the side by side comparison to the C1, here are the trade offs for the A1:

3 HDMI ports instead of 4, no hdmi 2.1, not as good maximum brightness, no black frame insertion for motion smoothing, and slightly worse at handling reflections.
I think the A1 series are panels they made for Vizio and others who wanted cheap OLEDs.
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as someone who uses OLED TV: while the OLED has come down the price a lot since i bought mine, mini LED like QN90A with 800 local dimming zones does come VERY close to the black level, and their brightness is about few times higher than OLED without the annoy ABL (Automatic Brightness Limiter) that you will experience ALL the time in real content consumption.
the only problem with mini LED TV (good ones anyways), is the off center view angle. but if that's not a issue for you, then i'd skip OLED.
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Thanks, so completely nerfed as a monitor then I guess, lame.
that's why the price is also nerfed...makes sense.
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Wow, even if its missing some features, I think its a great deal.
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as someone who uses OLED TV: while the OLED has come down the price a lot since i bought mine, mini LED like QN90A with 800 local dimming zones does come VERY close to the black level, and their brightness is about few times higher than OLED without the annoy ABL (Automatic Brightness Limiter) that you will experience ALL the time in real content consumption.
the only problem with mini LED TV (good ones anyways), is the off center view angle. but if that's not a issue for you, then i'd skip OLED.
Every TV in my house is OLED. Best picture available for consumer use.

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Wow, even if its missing some features, I think its a great deal.
This is like buying a Mercedes with cloth seats and a cassette player.
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