LG 77" OLED77C8PUA 4K HDR Smart OLED TV w/ AI ThinQsearch

LG 77" OLED77C8PUA 4K HDR Smart OLED TV w/ AI ThinQ

LG 77" OLED77C8PUA 4K HDR Smart OLED TV w/ AI ThinQ

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Are these new or refurbs. I can’t seem to find the word “new” anywhere. Help as I really really want this tv
JtotheOrd
They are 100% new and unopened with full LG warranty and support.
Abes of Maine has it for $4798.
Looks like I have an estimated delivery on Thursday. Did anyone already get their tv delivered yet?
Has anyone had any experience with the known buzzing issues made by this TV during dark scenes?
Decim8r
None, this thing is a beast!
I am on the fence between purchasing an LG and the Sony unit75x900F . Is the motion blur that notable on all scenes of broadcast or just sports. Have several friends who swear by their Sony TVs. I was also told by a sales rep that the speakers on the Sony unit are better and placed accurately behind the screen. 
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Yeah I am on the fence with this and the A8f/A9f the 900f is LED so I don't know why you would compare it to the C8
irbgeorge
I have the 900F LCD and the LG OLED. Each connected to a HT system so I don't use the speakers. Both are great. I like the picture a bit better on the LG, but the SONY is brighter - better in a room with more ambient light.
For those concerned about the LG warranty (and it's a valid concern, especially when you're dropping this kind of money):  I bought the LG E7P (65") from Massdrop back in Feb. 2018.  After a couple months of normal use, it developed a stuck pixel. I contacted LG about it. LG confirmed my TV was under warranty and sent out a technician out. It was a 5 minute visit & he ordered a new panel for it. He was back a couple weeks later to install it. My TV is looking amazing again. So to everyone that's hesitant to buy thru Massdrop, I know from personal experience that you're covered by the LG warranty.  
I own this TV (not purchased from Massdrop)--and just want to say it's the best TV I've ever seen in my life....this coming from a longtime plasma lover (have 2, incl. the legendary Pioneer Kuro). This TV is the new "big leagues." I've seen the other top non-OLED sets, all extremely impressive. But this LG C8, viewed in a dimly lit room at night, is unbelievably cinematic. I watch it only for streaming video content (much of it 4K/HDR) connected by ethernet cable straight back to the router. Unbelievably good video. Don't think twice about buying this TV...
Arrived today (12/18/18,) with an expected ship date of 12/26/18... delivery was excellent... tv was in great condition and the picture is absolutely stunning. (I purchased a 75x900F a month ago but was unhappy with the picture especially the motion blur with sports, so when I saw this mass drop I had to give it a shot.) BB sells this for 7K. Massdrop was over 2K less. This was my first purchase from this site and will certainly not be my last. Happy Holidays to all that joined this drop!
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Nakimus23
Nakimus23-I am on the fence between purchasing an LG and the Sony unit you mention. Is the motion blur that notable on all scenes of broadcast or just sports. Have several friends who swear by their Sony TVs. I was also told by a sales rep that the speakers on the Sony unit are better and placed accurately behind the screen.
irbgeorge
Sorry for the delayed response. The Sony 900F picture was really amazing on all other content; movies, live TV, cartoons etc. I’m a bit of a sports junky, so coming from a plasma screen, the blur I saw, with sports, was just too much. It might be a little nit-picking but I actually put my plasma and the Sony in the same room and it was just too obvious to me, (I watch mostly basketball and football.) if I didn’t watch sports, I would have been just fine with the SONY. Now, a few weeks after my initial post, I’m still just amazed by the image on the LG. Black levels are unreal and while the Sony was a great TV, I’m extremely happy we decided to go OLED. Viewing angles are obviously no contest as well, as the LG has no drop off in picture quality with wider seating. I can’t comment on sound as I have a home theatre system connected to both. I hope that helps.
Pay rent or this thing? Choices. 😃
OneLove
>Buy a house or this thing FIFY
Kkub
Not even a 1/10th of a down payment around these parts. Hell, not even a 1/20th, really.
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Does anyone know if an extended warranty is available to purchase, and if so is it worth it?
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Using this same logic, auto insurance and home insurance are never worth it either. In fact, almost everything you buy in life the seller is making a profit which means you are getting ripped off. You have to do more analysis than that to determine whether a warranty is a good idea or not, unless you have unlimited funds (in which your analysis is spot on)
Chaosman
I meant this to only apply to warranties due their nature of being applied to relatively inexpensive items (compared to home insurance and health insurance that is). The reason home/auto/life/health insurance makes sense is to make sure you never go broke due to a disastrous event. Even then there are individuals who self-insure for those items. Oh, and if you would be going broke from re-purchasing an item such as this TV, then it probably means you should not be buying it in the first place. Warranties are death by a thousand cuts.
This is a great TV but this drop is poorly timed. I already bought a set on cyber Monday.
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I bought a Samsung q9 75" on massdrop for $3500. Typically tv prices are similar on Black Friday and year end models but you can get lucky if your timing is good and they don't sell.
seanp789
I bought a samsung q9 75 for 4.5k on nov 27th.Mine arrives this friday. Did yours arrive already.
LG's OLED TV's have got to be second to none. I believe they still make the display's for Sony's OLED TV's also. I bought a March 2017 55E6P model in April of 2017 last year. I can barely watch a regular TV now after having an OLED one. The true black is BLACK and it makes ALL the difference in the world. If you can swing one, even the much less expensive 55" and 65" sizes; do it, you won't be sorry!
I have ordered one. Please confirm that these a new, unused TVs.
entreety
All these units are BRAND NEW
Yes, it’s covered. I purchased an LG OLED from Massdrop last year. I was able to register the TV using Massdrop as the vendor and received email confirmation for my manufacturer’s warranty.
MD, is this TV covered by LG USA's warranty? Massdrop is listed as a non-approved vendor. Please clarify.
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I do the buying it’s all good
Miketheaudioguy
I bought the LG E7P (65") from Massdrop back in Feb. After a couple months of normal use, it developed a stuck pixel. I contacted LG about it. LG confirmed my TV was under warranty and sent out a technician out. It was a 5 minute visit & he ordered a new panel for it. He was back a couple weeks later to install it. My TV is looking amazing again. So to everyone that's hesitant to buy thru Massdrop, I know from personal experience that you're covered by the LG warranty.    ***(I have also posted this in the 2018 55/65" E8 comment section).