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LGB9 65 vs hisense 75q8g- more to the story.

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Mar 20, 2005
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LGB9 65 vs hisense 75q8g- more to the story.

Hey all, I need some help here as the tech side of me, and the budget friendly logical side of me are at odds here.

I purchased a 65B9 oled at costco for 2099 canadian, I also added the 100$ 5 year warranty.

I stumbled upon a price error that amazon seems to be honoring for the 75qg8/h8g for 1,114.99 . No extended warranty option with amazon.

My usage is as follows.

- main living room tv, ambient light most of the time. No cable, so just streaming service. Primarily used by kids 80% of the time.

- i have a 55oled in the basement for gaming, as well as a 5050ub projector for gaming and movies.

The tech side says keep the oled, nothing is better. But do I need such a tv for day time viewing, mostly kids stuff and then adult movies and series at night ? Burn in is a concern. BUT i have a 5 year warranty.

The logical side of me says to return the oled. Keep fhe hisense. Ill be stress free in terms of burn in, bigger tv of 75", ill pocket 1000 when I return the B9. But again, only one year warranty and not nearly as good picture quality.

Thanks in advance
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Mar 14, 2009
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I would keep the Hisense.
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Hisense for now and put the $1000 towards a 77 oled in the future. Thanks for the smiles “ But do I need such a tv for day time viewing, mostly kids stuff and then adult movies and series at night ? “
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Mar 20, 2005
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Maple
Tiger_paws wrote: Hisense for now and put the $1000 towards a 77 oled in the future. Thanks for the smiles “ But do I need such a tv for day time viewing, mostly kids stuff and then adult movies and series at night ? “
I know what I typed :p

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