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Hisense 120" Class - L9G Series - 4K UHD Laser TV $4497.99

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[Costco] Hisense 120" Class - L9G Series - 4K UHD Laser TV $4497.99

I think this is the ATL price for this. (it was for 4097.99 for one day now back to 4499.99)

Only 120 inch is on promo, 100 inch one is actually at MRSP price at $4499.99

28 items available at the time of this post.

If you have a huge wall to fit, this would be viable option to be considered.

NOTE: Installation included. Which is around $250-350 value.
This product includes screen installation - Contact 1-855-344-7367 or email:[email protected] to book your installation appointment.

Hisense Customer Support Contact Information
Tel: 1-855-344-7367
Email: [email protected]
Note#2: attached the 2022 Laser Tv show down results.
There is only PX1-Pro which is similar as L9G. Where L9G has 3000 lumens and px1-pro has 2200.

The price of L9G is just around $3000USD which includes a screen and installation. Plus $139 for 6 (4+2) years warranty at costco


Edit: the price now went back to 4497.99, still not bad, but not as good as 4097.99
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I have the 120 L5G (older version) and it's fantastic. Don't think I'll ever go back to a regular TV
1x Zoomer $36 for 6GB BYOD,unlimited can wide talk n unlimited txt
1x Zoomer $45 for 6GB + Samsung A32,unlimited can wide talk n unlimited txt
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Do make sure you’ve got room! Screen is 105” x 60”. I bought just the screen, to use with my Epson LS500, in the space I’m building in my basement. It is only just going to fit, with tower speakers on either side. Massive!

Good price for this pairing.
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mpretz wrote: I have the 120 L5G (older version) and it's fantastic. Don't think I'll ever go back to a regular TV
How is it during day when its bright in the room or lets say when lights are on in the room
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desmat wrote: How is it during day when its bright in the room or lets say when lights are on in the room
The included screen is textured in such a way that light from below (where the projector is) is reflected while light from above is rejected. The picture isn't fully equivalent night to day, but the screens do a great job working as advertised with daylight and overhead lighting.

If you have particularly bright lighting that isn't coming down at the screen, like a lamp on a table, it might not work as well.
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desmat wrote: How is it during day when its bright in the room or lets say when lights are on in the room
As Forristal says, the screen makes the whole difference. During the day there is no issues, obviously not better than at night but still no issues viewing
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I was offered Hisense PX-1 PRO for 3000$ during BF in a Vision store.
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Are real TVs eventually being obsoleted??

That is sad
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selinis wrote: I was offered Hisense PX-1 PRO for 3000$ during BF in a Vision store.
I think it's about the same. The screen is $1000+

PX1-PRO doesn't have a screen
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yohung wrote: Are real TVs eventually being obsoleted??

That is sad
What do you mean?
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My concern is these are still not very bright. My A80J OLED is still pretty dim for me, but this would be even worse I think.
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gshrfd wrote: Does it include the screen?
probably not. The screen is dependent on your room application,
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yohung wrote: Are real TVs eventually being obsoleted??

That is sad
I don't think so - these are growing in popularity but they still can't touch the PQ of an OLED. That being said, they are still good enough for a lot of people, as the large screen experience more than makes up for any shortcomings. They also have the advantage of being a lot more affordable and easier to install, from a wiring and weight perspective.

An OLED at this size would cost about the same as a luxury car, but it will be interesting to see what happens as the extra large screen TVs (98"+, especially OLED) come down in price.
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stvross wrote: My concern is these are still not very bright. My A80J OLED is still pretty dim for me, but this would be even worse I think.
Yes it would be. On your A80J I'm guessing its too dim on Dolby Vision content? You can adjust this.

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