Originally Posted by Cleveland Plasma
The # 1 reason for buyers remorse is not picture quality, it is size, HOWEVER everyone is different. We all know the answer to this most
important question if you soul search, "Am I a quantity kind of guy or a quality kinda guy?" This is the only condition that overrides the size. From your past
buying experiences throughout life you have chosen one way or the other, do not stop now...lol. If you are a quality kinda guy buy the better set,
if you are a quantity kinda guy buy the bigger set.
Sure you will miss the size, but can you live with the set?
Most of my life decisions have always taken the quality route. Thank you for the simple advice!!!!
Originally Posted by tjcinnamon
holy cats! yes, get that
Originally Posted by Rysa_105
I would stay away from an open box oled, what if the open box was returned to the store because the customer saw excessive banding or tinting, or there's some kind of permanent IR? Such things cannot be fully tested until you have it at home and run slides under dim conditions. In short, open box or used is risky with oled, with led lcd it maybe fine but you should buy oled NIB.
Well It comes down to this.
I have some sunk costs with having paid for installation, etc. I am also outside of my return window by a week.
Miles @ Walt's TV says that clouding is fairly normal on those Sony x900f's if watching in pitch black. So I am done with that TV.
He has 1 open box LG C9 77" that a customer returned. It is in new-like condition with no known defects. If the TV was defective, they would have sent it back to LG. If the TV was physically damaged they would have sent it to their scratch-and-dent store and listed it as C-Stock
He offered it for $3,500 (+tax as they are local).
It will be sold to me as A-stock with the full LG Warranty, and I have a Citi Prestige MC which extends that warranty to a total of 3 years.
I will be able to go over the entire set after it's plugged in to check for any defects before I sign off on the delivery. If there are defects I do can send it back with the truck.
If I have the full warranty I'm not sure how any of this could be bad.....
Being new to these TVs is there anything I should test immediately besides looking how many hours are on the set?
$3,500 for a 77" OLED is just amazing, IMO.....
They are coming Friday to swap it.