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[Newegg] LG OLED65C7P 65-inch OLED 4K HDR LED Refurbished - $2089 - back in stock

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Hibbing wrote:
Mar 23rd, 2018 2:57 pm
Without a DOUBT. Was just saying that the DX900 is quite amazing especially at the price. Better than the Z9D and $1999 for the 65" is a steal. Damned close to the superior OLED price though.
I thought the DX900 was discontinued. Where are you finding it?
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Darn it. I can't only fit 55'' on my wall.
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I have the Vizio M65 from Costco and am still technically within 90 day return. I can't find my receipt though? Is it still possible to return? I originally was happy to not do OLED yet given it's price point and potential drop but I do agree these TV's look amazing
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ahbitheman wrote:
Mar 23rd, 2018 3:17 pm
I have the Vizio M65 from Costco and am still technically within 90 day return. I can't find my receipt though? Is it still possible to return? I originally was happy to not do OLED yet given it's price point and potential drop but I do agree these TV's look amazing
My understanding of the Costco receipt is that it's a formality - they have to give you a receipt for a purchase.

All purchases are tied to your card anyway, so they can (and will) search your card history to validate that you bought the TV.

Now I can't say for sure if a $2000 TV qualifies as returnable without a receipt, but I know I've brought back some clothes and other random things without a receipt and had no problems. Took a bit longer to look into my purchase history, but they returned it.

Give Costco a call and ask them.
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canada5dollarbill wrote:
Mar 23rd, 2018 3:52 pm
My understanding of the Costco receipt is that it's a formality - they have to give you a receipt for a purchase.

All purchases are tied to your card anyway, so they can (and will) search your card history to validate that you bought the TV.

Now I can't say for sure if a $2000 TV qualifies as returnable without a receipt, but I know I've brought back some clothes and other random things without a receipt and had no problems. Took a bit longer to look into my purchase history, but they returned it.

Give Costco a call and ask them.
It's 90 days for electronics!
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Mar 23rd, 2018 11:44 am
Burn-in is real for today's OLED tech and the 2018 models (maybe even the 2017's in an update) will have software to dim static logos and possibly it will also work for static graphics in game play.
You can still game with an OLED but there is certainly risk in doing so. I tried gaming on it but all I was doing was worrying about graphics being up too long so I gave up.
Moronic? That's a personal view that isn't shared by many.
In short OLED is not suited to game play without compromise.
You don't have to worry unless the static element is red or yellow and will be displayed for at least a couple hundred hours.

I never saw burn in coming from any other colors in people affected.
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Did anybody ordered it and get it?

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