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75" Samsung QN75Q80BA QLED 4K Smart TV w/ 4-Year Warranty (Refurb) EXPIRED

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BuyDig has 75" Samsung QN75Q80BA QLED 4K Smart TV 4-Year Accidental Damage Warranty w/ Burn-in (Certified Refurbished, QN75Q80BAFXZA) for $1049. Shipping is free.

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Panel Type: QLED
  • 100% Colour Volume with Quantum Dot
  • Quantum HDR 8x, Supreme UHD Dimming, HLG, HDR10+
  • VESA: 400x400mm
  • Ports:
    • 4x HDMI

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    • RTINGS.com gave this TV a 7.7 rating, calling it "good for most uses".
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  • TV includes a 6 Month Manufacturer's warranty + 4-year CPS Extended warranty which will be added to cart along with the TV. 4-Year Warranty also covers accidental damage and burn-in.
  • Warranty starts 30 Days after purchase. More info on the warranty here [cpscentral.com]
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Maybe you should read what model they have for 1k before saying false things
Link please
Yea I'd be interested in that. Closest I see if the 65" for $150 more which is not even close. I think he means this sold out deal but thats also a lesser version, only 60hz and not full array which is also a much worse deal.

https://www.costco.com/.product.100973505.html

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Why it is being thumbs down? Is this a good deal? Any TV deal expert can throw some light on this deal?
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I've never heard of a burn-in warranty. How does that work?
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Costco is offering brand new for the same TV for 1099
Link please
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Link please
Yea I'd be interested in that. Closest I see if the 65" for $150 more which is not even close. I think he means this sold out deal but thats also a lesser version, only 60hz and not full array which is also a much worse deal.

https://www.costco.com/.product.100973505.html
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You may want to pull the trigger but the CPS warranty seems worthless reading these amazon reviews. id definitely want a good warranty on a refurbished tv. This isnt OLED so meh.
https://www.amazon.com/CPS-Consum...B002P39DUS
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Costco is offering brand new for the same TV for 1099
It's out of stock. .
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Anyone have any experience with these refurbs? Is the warranty any good? Cause it's a great TV, especially at this price.
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"Burn in" on an LCD? LOL.
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"Burn in" on an LCD? LOL.
Am I the only one that has seen burn in on cheap LCDs? Family members' TVs that they keep on the news all day have the channel's ticker and logo burned in, and even my cheap HP laptop that I only use for web browsing has issues still showing the browser window if I load up a white screen on Paint or something...
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Costco is offering brand new for the same TV for 1099
Maybe you should read what model they have for 1k before saying false things
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Am I the only one that has seen burn in on cheap LCDs? Family members' TVs that they keep on the news all day have the channel's ticker and logo burned in, and even my cheap HP laptop that I only use for web browsing has issues still showing the browser window if I load up a white screen on Paint or something...
Well, obviously it's possible based on your experience. But not likely on higher end sets like Samsung.
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QLED is not OLED. OLED is better.
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