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I bought the a1 model for $2075/-, I am not a gamer, but I like 120hz refresh rate on the c1 model, is it worth to cancel and buy this one for the $575 difference.

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I bought the a1 model for $2075/-, I am not a gamer, but I like 120hz refresh rate on the c1 model, is it worth to cancel and buy this one for the $575 difference.

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If money is not an issue, C1 is worth the difference
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I bought the a1 model for $2075/-, I am not a gamer, but I like 120hz refresh rate on the c1 model, is it worth to cancel and buy this one for the $575 difference.

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The C1 also has lower judder and other processing benefits but honestly, if you are not gaming I don't think it is worth paying $500 more. But if you or anyone in the family does, then I would in a heartbeat pay extra for C1.
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I bought the a1 model for $2075/-, I am not a gamer, but I like 120hz refresh rate on the c1 model, is it worth to cancel and buy this one for the $575 difference.

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Idk if a1 also have burn in protection and gift card than may be not if that deal doesn't have those I will say yah do it
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ebay credit washes out the tax, not that slick unfortunately :/ Parker Gwen has it no tax at the same price fyi if you are not wanting an ebay credit. Should be roughly same price if you are in a high sales tax state.

Should drop to 2200 out the door by June as new models get fully deployed.
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Chase freedom 5% back on eBay ($75)
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ebay credit washes out the tax, not that slick unfortunately :/ Parker Gwen has it no tax at the same price fyi if you are not wanting an ebay credit. Should be roughly same price if you are in a high sales tax state.

Should drop to 2200 out the door by June as new models get fully deployed.
Remember the days when ebay didn't charge taxes? That's when I bought my c8 Smilie
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I bought the 65" C1 last month from Costco and came with the extended 5 year warranty, but I don't think it covers burn-in. Is it worth the hassle to return and purchase this instead?
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Not to be debby downer but you will get burn in on these OLED's no matter what if you keep your TV for a year or 2 plus. My OLED has pretty bad burn-in in multiple spots from the youtube app and golf channel as well as other channels lol. I keep my OLED brightness at 35 out of 100 usually and never go over 50 nor do I keep static frames on screen for long periods so I'm not an abuser. I read about burn in before buying and did everything to avoid it but its still bad. LG will say they have pixel refresh and pixel shift tech to prevent burn in but it wont work if you watch any channels on a regular basis. The burn in is only really badly noticeable on a uniform color screen like red, fuscia, or orange. Also be on the look out for vertical banding on grey screens or camera panning sideways screens. Mine has it really bad right in the center lol but people online said it will go away with use and mine didnt, it got worse. If yours has vertical banding off the bat, get another panel while still under warranty. Im still keeping my tv and gonna get another oled next time cuz the picture quality on blu rays and High quality video content is just sick. But regular cable tv watching is not worth getting oled cuz a lot of tv channels only broadcast in 720p (espn/abc,fox) and even 1080p doesnt look that great on oled due to the compression of live feeds and u get burn in so better to get led and save money. But if u want to watch 4k blu rays in the best image quality possible, OLED is the only way to go. Even with all the problems im getting oled again next time but just want people to mentally prepare for things like burn in or be ready to get a new panel if you have bad vertical banding while still under warranty.
I own an LG C9 (2 year model) and use it consistently daily for gaming/tv watching etc and haven't had the slightest issue with burn in. Possibly you got a faulty panel? Or I could just be lucky. shrug*
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I bought the a1 model for $2075/-, I am not a gamer, but I like 120hz refresh rate on the c1 model, is it worth to cancel and buy this one for the $575 difference.

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Where did you get the a1 for $2075?
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I own an LG C9 (2 year model) and use it consistently daily for gaming/tv watching etc and haven't had the slightest issue with burn in. Possibly you got a faulty panel? Or I could just be lucky. shrug*
Have a 65 B6P for 5 years yet to have burn in even tho TV is on literally all day
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Not to be debby downer but you will get burn in on these OLED's no matter what if you keep your TV for a year or 2 plus. My OLED has pretty bad burn-in in multiple spots from the youtube app and golf channel as well as other channels lol. I keep my OLED brightness at 35 out of 100 usually and never go over 50 nor do I keep static frames on screen for long periods so I'm not an abuser. I read about burn in before buying and did everything to avoid it but its still bad. LG will say they have pixel refresh and pixel shift tech to prevent burn in but it wont work if you watch any channels on a regular basis. The burn in is only really badly noticeable on a uniform color screen like red, fuscia, or orange. Also be on the look out for vertical banding on grey screens or camera panning sideways screens. Mine has it really bad right in the center lol but people online said it will go away with use and mine didnt, it got worse. If yours has vertical banding off the bat, get another panel while still under warranty. Im still keeping my tv and gonna get another oled next time cuz the picture quality on blu rays and High quality video content is just sick. But regular cable tv watching is not worth getting oled cuz a lot of tv channels only broadcast in 720p (espn/abc,fox) and even 1080p doesnt look that great on oled due to the compression of live feeds and u get burn in so better to get led and save money. But if u want to watch 4k blu rays in the best image quality possible, OLED is the only way to go. Even with all the problems im getting oled again next time but just want people to mentally prepare for things like burn in or be ready to get a new panel if you have bad vertical banding while still under warranty.
I sold my EG9600 after owning it for five years. Not a hint of burn in. And I did marathon call of duty and Gran turismo gaming sessions.
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I had really bad burn in on my B7 and it was strange. The whole center of the screen had burn in but it wasn't any sort of design that matched anything that sits on the screen. It was like just a giant faded section probably 1/3rd of the screen on any red/pink/purple/yellow/orange. We do not game. We just watch TV, stream from the normal services, and watch 4K blu rays. LG replaced the panel out of warranty for free with a newer 2019 panel. No problems since with the same usage! We didn't change our behavior at all. I don't know how you could. LOL All we did was watch TV and the picture was constantly changing.

Because LG stepped up with no fight at all, I assume they had bad panels back in 2017 and replaced it out of warranty because they knew. Because of that support, I'd buy an OLED again from LG especially since the new panel installed last year has zero burn in.
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