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LG C1 77" OLED TV $3997.99

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May 31, 2005
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got my 77' from Visions for $3600 + tax, free 2nd year warranty. my tv was manufactured 10/2021, 4k HDR does not work since none of the HDMI ports recognized as being HDCP 2.2 compliant. how did the QA miss it?? Ugh! very disappointing!
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I recently learned that prices of TVs go up after a certain size was due to the master panel/glass, especially in LGs case.

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aximrocks wrote: got my 77' from Visions for $3600 + tax, free 2nd year warranty. my tv was manufactured 10/2021, 4k HDR does not work since none of the HDMI ports recognized as being HDCP 2.2 compliant. how did the QA miss it?? Ugh! very disappointing!
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Sep 26, 2008
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FearlessSaver wrote: Not really a worthwhile upgrade. Find a way to sit closer and it is basically the same. Recline with my head 6 feet from the screen. The B9 is basically a C9 which is not really any different than a CX which is basically a C1. I got my B9 for $1800 and there is no way the extra 12 inches is worth more than twice as much. Better off to get proper sound to go with the amazing picture. 7.4.2 Atmos with KEF speakers and in-ceiling heights is awesome!
Unfortunately, I cannot move sofas :-) However when gaming (ps5/xbox) I do sit closer to the screen.
For big movie tickets / sports (soccer/hockey) I already have JVC 4k-faux projector with 110" screen with 7.1 sound setup in the basement :-)
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Jul 30, 2011
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Melkor wrote: Yeah, $4200.

Edit: I figure if I'm paying this much for a TV, I'd better get the warranty. I'm normally not an extended warranty guy.
For $200, a solering iron and several hours of your time you can repair any problem yourself that comes up with your TV. Except a broken display which warranty won't cover anyway.
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Feb 21, 2007
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On October 21st, I bought an LG OLED 77" at Costco for 4289.99$:
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Not the best deal that has been posted here, but I thought it was a decent deal so I pulled the trigger.

Today, on November 15th, I was at Costco again and I saw the same TV for 3989.99$ (300$ cheaper):
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I had no problem getting Costco to price match. I got 339$ back on my credit card (300$ + tx).
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Jan 15, 2008
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77" back in stock online-35 units
Koodo 10GB UL T&T @ $30
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aximrocks wrote: got my 77' from Visions for $3600 + tax, free 2nd year warranty. my tv was manufactured 10/2021, 4k HDR does not work since none of the HDMI ports recognized as being HDCP 2.2 compliant. how did the QA miss it?? Ugh! very disappointing!
Visions and Costco give second year warranty for free to everyone.

What did you pay for shipping cost? (Is it curb side or to room or white glove where they assemble to the two legs in the box and take away packaging material)?
Did you buy any additional warranty past 2 years?

My understanding is that on black Friday the price will drop to $3600-$3700 mark and visions was just giving this price earlier to people to secure sales for themselves because hauling back a TV is tough.
-ZdpZ... ;)

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