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42" LG OLED42C2PUA C2 Series OLED evo 4K UHD Smart webOS TV EXPIRED

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Best Buy has 42" LG OLED42C2PUA C2 Series OLED evo 4K UHD Smart webOS TV on sale for $999.99. Shipping is free.

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz Native
  • Response Time: <1ms
  • Picture Processor: α9 Gen 5 AI Processor 4K
  • Display Type: Self-Lighting OLED Display
  • HDR: Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG) Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro
  • Cloud Gaming: Google STADIA / NVIDIA GEFORCE NOW
  • Operating System: webOS 22
  • Works with: Google Assistant, Alexa, Apple Airplay2 and Homekit (Separate device purchase necessary)
  • 802.11ac Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 5.0
  • Ports:
    • 4x HDMI 2.1 (4K @ 120Hz)
    • 3x USB 2.0
    • 1x RF Input
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x RS-232C
    • 1x Digital Audio Out
    • 1x Headphone Out

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Pretty sure that's not how inflation works.
If they use it as a pc monitor. $1k is a good price
I had one and returned it for that reason. The subpixel arrangement made text less sharp than on IPS panels and since I would be using it 100% for productivity with no gaming, it annoyed me too much so I went with the LG 40" 5K2K instead.

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Those tv's piece dropped really quick. A month ago it was $1299
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Is anyone really paying this much for a 42 inch?
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Is anyone really paying this much for a 42 inch?
If they use it as a pc monitor. $1k is a good price
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Nice price for the 42" at this point. Quite content with my 48" C1 i got for low $700 couple months ago...curious what this will go down to mid next year.
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Is there any way to make this turn on and off from standby with the PC when using it as a monitor? I find it super annoying to have to fumble with the remote every time I go to the computer.
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Is there any way to make this turn on and off from standby with the PC when using it as a monitor? I find it super annoying to have to fumble with the remote every time I go to the computer.

nvm misread
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Wow. This TV just launched in May and it's already $999.99. You can't go wrong picking this up at this price now. Black Friday might just be the same deal or slightly better (maybe streaming credit with the same price in Costco). I had this TV but returned it because it was $1399 and the 48" C1 was $700 and couldn't pass that up. This C2 has a faster processor and you can switch to a ultrawide 31:9 mode
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Is there any way to make this turn on and off from standby with the PC when using it as a monitor? I find it super annoying to have to fumble with the remote every time I go to the computer.
Do you mean from powered off to on and power off the tv with the computer? I wonder if you can use the built-in Alexa to do that.
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Do you mean from powered off to on and power off the tv with the computer? I wonder if you can use the built-in Alexa to do that.
You could also, you know, push the button since it's right there. That's what I do with my 48" that I use as a monitor.
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I got the 48 inch A1 from Costco last year. It was $ 799 with a year of Showtime and 3 year protection plan. Great TV once you used to the controls. Totally different setup from my Samsung.
I prefer the LG controls over the Samsung.

This would be a better bedroom size. I guess limited demand for the smaller sizes, accounts for higher production costs per unit, hence a higher selling price.
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In for two!
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