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Old 02-11-2021, 10:46 PM   #7913
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Is it just me or did we not really get any TV Super Bowl sales this year? Normally around superbowl I think you get sales close to like Black Friday level. This year I didn't really see anything.

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Old 02-15-2021, 02:48 PM   #7914
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Really struggling to pull trigger. I currently have 2 65" tv for main rooms. A ks8000 and a c8. With a 55 sony in the bedroom.

I had a offer for a 77 cx of $2899 all in from greentoe that expires in a day. I'm not sure if it's enough of an update for me for my ps5 and don't know if I really need a 65 inch in my bedroom. I already have a k950 surround soundbar in there?

Is the cx offer too good to pass or should I wait?

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Old 02-15-2021, 02:56 PM   #7915
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Really struggling to pull trigger. I currently have 2 65" tv for main rooms. A ks8000 and a c8. With a 55 sony in the bedroom.

I had a offer for a 77 cx of $2899 all in from greentoe that expires in a day. I'm not sure if it's enough of an update for me for my ps5 and don't know if I really need a 65 inch in my bedroom. I already have a k950 surround soundbar in there?

Is the cx offer too good to pass or should I wait?

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Old 02-15-2021, 03:03 PM   #7916
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Do you think the 77 cx is a big enough upgrade to justify expense? It's where I struggle. It's not a necessity, I don't know if it moves the needle enough for me. There is about 9 feet between couch and TV. I just put In a new q950t when I bought a ps5 to pass hdr through.

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Old 02-15-2021, 03:45 PM   #7917
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If you always wait for the next best thing, you'll never have anything.
And yet if you keep having the next best thing, you'll have everything (except a surplus of cash).

Gotta pick your battles and decide when you feel the time is right. I haven't yet felt the time has been right for myself and my eight-year-old plasma to part ways yet. For me, it's like if they stopped making manual transmission automobiles: sure, the new cars may be better in every way, except if they ain't stick, they ain't ****. I'd rather ride out my last manual as long as I possibly can, for the added benefit/enjoyment I get out of it and knowing I won't be able to again with any new models (that would be a sad day if this really happened).

I'm waiting for non-plasma/non-projector technology to get motion right for movies, for one. That, or I'm waiting till I have a place where I can dedicate a room to a home theater and get a projector. Also waiting to see on what Samsung does with their emissive quantum dot technology. Also also waiting to see if I can cash in on the stock market sooner rather than later.
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Old 02-16-2021, 09:35 AM   #7918
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Big Facts! I have my 55" LG CX and I'm going to be good for a long while. I'm not upgrading for a very long time. Especially since this TV is truly the best TV out there for gaming.
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Do you think the 77 cx is a big enough upgrade to justify expense? It's where I struggle. It's not a necessity, I don't know if it moves the needle enough for me. There is about 9 feet between couch and TV. I just put In a new q950t when I bought a ps5 to pass hdr through.

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I have a 65 ks8000 in my man cave downstairs only because I can't fit anything bigger.

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Any official confirmation from Sony that the x900h will still get an update to fix 4k/120 and the blurry screens?


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