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[Visions Electronics] QLED & OLED Sales

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[Visions Electronics] QLED & OLED Sales

Hello Gentlemen,

Items to consider.

Samsung Q80T 65" - $1,898
Deal: https://www.visions.ca/product-detail/5 ... u=QN65Q80T
- Excellent Large TV (and Monitor)
- Strong QLED Candidate for Bright Rooms
- Mediocre Blacks & Viewing Angles

Samsung Q70T 75" - $1,998
Deal: https://www.visions.ca/product-detail/5 ... u=QN75Q70T
- Excellent Oversized TV (and Monitor)
- Good Quality Assurance Compared to Hisense 75" Q8G
- Fewer Dimming Zones than the Q80T
- Very Respectable Picture Quality
- Mediocre Blacks & Viewing Angles

LG OLED BX 55" - $1,698
Deal: https://www.visions.ca/product-detail/5 ... u=OLED55BX
- Almost as Good as CX for Non-Gaming
- Perfect Blacks
- Almost as Bright and Vibrant as the CX
- Great Compromise OLED for Non-Gamers
- Excellent Non-Gaming PC Monitor

On all three TVs above, a gentle haggle will knock off a few hundred dollars, especially if you purchase warranty. Warranty is refundable at the end of the term if you don't use it, keep the receipt.

Each of the above three has their niche market, the BX 55 at a negotiated $1500 in-store would be a beautiful sight. Negotiation turns a warm deal into a hot deal.

P.S.

Little old panel down here, a major value-quality-performance contender.

Sony X900H 65" - $1,398
Deal: https://www.visions.ca/product-detail/5 ... XBR65X900H
- Good Multipurpose TV
- No Burn-In

Good luck.

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ande8150 wrote: Woodbridge was quick to offer me $1798 for the 55 CX on a couple different calls, but requires waiting for stock and they don't know when they'll get it.
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Has anybody ever successfully negotiated with patients to lower the price?
Is this actually a option?
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DontCareyou wrote: Has anybody ever successfully negotiated with patients to lower the price?
Is this actually a option?
I bought a 65" Q9FN at Visions a few days after Christmas in 2018 and negotiated it down a couple hundred from their advertised price.

Went back a few days later and negotiated a price on a HW-N850 soundbar as well.
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tietherope wrote: I bought a 65" Q9FN at Visions a few days after Christmas in 2018 and negotiated it down a couple hundred from their advertised price.

Went back a few days later and negotiated a price on a HW-N850 soundbar as well.
Any tips? I have never done that yet. How do you even start? Would love to save am extra $200-300
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Samsung is way overpriced. 80T is good, not great tv and horrible for the actual pricing.
Their last good 4k tv was 90R but that was stupid expensive
OLED all the way or value with Hisense, TCL, Vizio
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Chewfam wrote: You're comparing to a higher tier TV. The q70t would be the equivalent.
Fair enough, they just straight up said Samsung or LG, so I picked the first TV listed in here.

With the Q70T HDMI 2.1 still comes into play.
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I have the Q80T and I don't feel the 'mediocre' viewing angle... I was also skeptical about this 'con' but it really isn't.. at 55 degree onwards there is a shift but if you rarely watch at that angle, this TV is fine..
I got the 55" for 1360 from samsung website...
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DontCareyou wrote: Any tips? I have never done that yet. How do you even start? Would love to save am extra $200-300
I just straight up asked them what they could do on the price. Has been a few years, don't know how easy it is these days.
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gundamwingZero wrote: I have the Q80T and I don't feel the 'mediocre' viewing angle... I was also skeptical about this 'con' but it really isn't.. at 55 degree onwards there is a shift but if you rarely watch at that angle, this TV is fine..
I got the 55" for 1360 from samsung website...
The Q80T is an excellent panel, and except for a few key areas (importants as they are), it rivals OLED as a pure PC and Gaming Monitor.

Of course, taken as a total package, OLED still wins, but at least Q80T puts up a good fight.

Major respect to Samsung for pricing the Q80T accordingly, that Visions sale price combined with in-store haggling discounts makes it a good purchase.

Granted, some of us have fallen in love with OLED and will never go back, but the world is bigger than OLED fanatics.
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gundamwingZero wrote: I have the Q80T and I don't feel the 'mediocre' viewing angle... I was also skeptical about this 'con' but it really isn't.. at 55 degree onwards there is a shift but if you rarely watch at that angle, this TV is fine..
I got the 55" for 1360 from samsung website...
Was that during the no tax discount sale and was 1360 all inclusive or pre tax i am really thinking of pulling the the trigger on the Q80 and confused between samsung and lg
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dealhunterog wrote: And they both still have problems with VRR.

Why I decided to cancel my CX order.
What are the alternatives?

The 2021 model (C11) is speculated to be too close to finished to fix the issue either, so you're waiting over a year for a good quality OLED 2.1 TV capable of being able to play the new consoles.
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MohammadI54735 wrote: Was that during the no tax discount sale and was 1360 all inclusive or pre tax i am really thinking of pulling the the trigger on the Q80 and confused between samsung and lg
not ‘no’ tax but you get the discount base on the tax..
Q80T is a ‘good’ tv... but oled is something..
dont compare q80t to an oled.. if you can get an oled for cheap, do it though..
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Waiting for this one to hit $5k....

https://www.visions.ca/product-detail/5 ... u=XBR98Z9G

Seriously, I do wish the 85" Q90 or even Q80 would drop a bit more in price. Won't match the black levels of my OLED but that screen size is gorgeous and might sway me from still looking at projectors for my basement area.
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I was looking at the Q80...but Rtings says it's beaten by H9G (Q9G in Canada) in value.
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