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[Costco] LG 55” OLED CX Series - $1889

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[Costco] LG 55” OLED CX Series - $1889

Good deal for this tv and anyone looking for price protection on this.
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Thanks. Called online help and their online price is still ~$2K. Going to go in store and get this adjusted.
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hmm 55" OLED or 65" LED

$500 more for 10" less
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techminh wrote: Good deal for this tv and anyone looking for price protection on this.
Did you see by any chance how much was the 65”?
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chadw01 wrote: hmm 55" OLED or 65" LED

$500 more for 10" less
Different ballpark in terms of image quality.
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chadw01 wrote: hmm 55" OLED or 65" LED

$500 more for 10" less
OLED all week if you can afford it.

LED is dated technology, OLED is more futureproof.
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Pouyanem wrote: Did you see by any chance how much was the 65”?
Should be $2600. It’s the same price at Amazon, Vision’s, etc.
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techminh wrote: Good deal for this tv and anyone looking for price protection on this.
Man, I feel sorry for the poor schmuck thats gonna buy this display model in 6-8 months time.
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Afro Thunder wrote: OLED all week if you can afford it.

LED is dated technology, OLED is more futureproof.

OLED is a stepping stone, They're working with different tech to be able to get the same image quality as OLED without the risk of a burn-in factor.
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Afro Thunder wrote: OLED all week if you can afford it.

LED is dated technology, OLED is more futureproof.
LoL
Best tech comment in a while. I don't wanna steal your thunder ;-)
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DannyH17 wrote: OLED is a stepping stone, They're working with different tech to be able to get the same image quality as OLED without the risk of a burn-in factor.
Burn-in is a much lower factor with the new TVs.
According to tests on rtings, there was no burn in effect after about 2 years, there was some issue after 5 years, only if you watched the same news channel or played the same game for that time. Obviously normal people watch a varied amount of content, and play many games. So burn in should not be an issue for most people.
https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/real-li ... rn-in-test
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RFD makes me :lol:
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If I buy the tv instore, can I call in to do a future price adjustment?

Or do you have to go instore to do a price a adjustment if you bought it at the warehouse?

Thanks
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Afro Thunder wrote: OLED all week if you can afford it.

LED is dated technology, OLED is more futureproof.
OLED is not future proof.
Mini/Micro LED is the future.
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kimwoobingsu wrote: Man, I feel sorry for the poor schmuck thats gonna buy this display model in 6-8 months time.
It's Costco.
Easy buy.
Also lg Canada I believe offers burn in warranty
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Great price! Must have TV for next gen gaming.
DannyH17 wrote: OLED is a stepping stone, They're working with different tech to be able to get the same image quality as OLED without the risk of a burn-in factor.
MicroLED is many years away from being anywhere close to OLED pricing.

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