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[2001 Audio Video] [OLED] LG 65" B7P $2297.99

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[2001 Audio Video] [OLED] LG 65" B7P $2297.99

This is for the older B7 model, but it is a 65" OLED.

The cheapest you can find these OLED's at this size is typically $2500, closer to $2999 usually. This is great for anyone who is fine with an older processor in the B7!
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Where would an older processor show fatigue? I'm not sure i understand TV technology and i've been satisfied with my 500$ vizio (although i can imagine the pic being better, but the culprit is often the source and quality of what i watch. Now to think of it, not a big fan of the colors on my TV :D but could not really justify 4-5x the price)
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What's the catch here? Seems like a good deal.

Convince me otherwise.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: What's the catch here? Seems like a good deal.

Convince me otherwise.
$1000 more than a 55 B8 for 10" bigger but an older model. It mentions clearance, no return policy? Display model? Mentions that too lol.
All Clearance Sale products carry a full manufacturer's warranty from the date of purchase. They include showroom models, at reduced prices. No Refurbs Ever! Inventory may vary by location.
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Great tv with support for 120fps at 1080p

~21ms input lag at 4k HDR too
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I’d rather have a refurb/return that was used for a few days with varied content than a showroom model that was left on a repeating demo reel at nuclear brightness for 14 hours a day for many months
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From what I know 7's and 8's are pretty much identical in features. The 9's are on a different level however thanks to HDMI 2.1 among other things.

The link is to 2001AV but title says Vision. Which store is it (or both)?
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DFS 360 wrote: I’d rather have a refurb/return that was used for a few days with varied content than a showroom model that was left on a repeating demo reel at nuclear brightness for 14 hours a day for many months
Yeah and if the demo reel gets paused and stuck on 1 scene for 10 hours.. High risk of burn in.
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Not sure if I personally would take a chance spedning over 2k on a TV that is a demo. If they offered a great warranty at a fair cost then maybe I would consider it.
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I have a 65 inch B7P and it is an amazing TV. Not too much different than the newer models and never had an issue with it at all.
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I still don't see the real reason to buy a TV for 2000 dollars. even OLED is better image... I don't know how much time will spend on TV nowadays.
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Great TV. Paid the same BNIB over a year ago.
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I went with the refurbished version from Newegg.ca last week, $1901 after tax with free shipping. Have yet to receive it. It was a C7P.

newegg-ca-lg-c7p-oled-65-inch-1799-99-r ... #p31162641

Price is now $2100, less 1% ebates and free shipping.

The only reason I can think of to go with a B8 or C8 is the HDR tone mapping for gaming, but my 55 inch b7 is awesome, so I just upgraded the size for my home theater.
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The B7 and C7 panels are the same, the processor is a little slower, but if you plan to use this as a panel rather than a Smart TV, it won't matter. After spending this much, you're better off getting a Firestick 4K or NVIDIA Shield for proper Smart TV functionality.

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