What does the -U mean in the model number???
I only see LG OLED65B7P online, and can’t determine what the -U is for
It means it was a model sold by a “club” retailer.
Well… I’m in. My first 65" Vizio refurb from woot was a big hit, and this model is the predecessor of the current best tv on the market according to Rtings, and beats the Amazon comparable used price by ~$440, and New TV price by $700! Doubling down on you Woot; hold onto your butts, it’s going to be a bumpy ride, all the way to the bank, Yahtzee!
As a side note, Rtings mentioned this B7P model has additional features:
“The performance of the LG B7A and LG C7 is nearly identical. There are no major differences other than the design. The LG C7 and the B7P variant have a 2.2 speaker setup, which can internally decode Dolby Atmos sound. The B7A variant only has a 2.0 speaker setup and cannot decode Dolby Atmos internally”
Thundercats are Goooooo!
I just bought a 65" C8, and buy far, it (and the other LG OLEDs) are the greatest TVs ever made. These aren’t cheap, but you won’t be disappointed!