LG 65" 1080p LED HDTV

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LG 65" 1080p LED HDTV
Price: $729.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days. (Thursday, May 14 to Tuesday, May 19) + transit
Condition: Refurbished

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Pretty good reviews (4.4 out of 5.0) over at BestBuy.com

4.7 Stars over at the Product Page

What standards does LG have for refurbished items? Is there a possibility of receiving a screen with dead pixels?

Would like to know this as well, seems like a great deal… hopefully not too good to be true.

Also, a 4.0 on Amazon. $1,120 for new: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00O1830SG

“Refurbished” covere everything from buyers’ remorse to returns and products whose defects have been repaired by the pros to damaged packaging and discontinued items. If you can accept their checked past, refurbs have a lot of love to give.

Lots of Amazon reviews bash it for backlight bleed, probably worth the extra to get it new at Best Buy (they’ve got this unit on sale this week) since you have the option of exchange if you get one of the bad ones. Seems like a crap shoot on quality.

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I have the 55inch version of this and it’s an absolute beauty. IMO LG is the best brand for televisions out there, they have a ton of settings that make it really easy for you to self- calibrate

I’ve had an LG refurb for 3 and 1/2 year now and it still looks/works great.

I’ve had my LG for 5 years now. It’s only a 42",but it has a 240hz refresh rate. I’ve never had any problems with it, and it seems to make a lot of other TV look cheap and (motion)blurry by comparison. I would easily buy another LG again if I knew I was getting the same quality in a larger screen. What holds me back is that every company has it’s own rating system now instead of refresh rate. The number may be higher, and the product still inferior. I’ll have to do some research and figure out what it all means by next February when I get my next tax return check.

Just so everyone knows, this is actually a 60hz panel.

I don’t see that it is a smart TV? No WIFI, No way to see Amazon shows or Netflix? Is this correct?

Correct, this is not a “Smart TV” and there is no Wi-Fy or apps built in. You could pair it with a Roku or similar device.

Where are you getting your info? Best buy rates it at 120hz

I thought about buying this exact model during black friday deals. I called and email LG regarding the native board hz. They sent a copy of the models instruction booklet in order to confirm that it was 60hz. Best buy is terrible at listing board rates. One of the biggest problems with TVs is panel lotteries and how often the panels are interchanged.

This also leads to another issue, this was 6 months ago, so it is possible that they changed their board for this model. If it’s something that is important to you, ask LG for the booklet.

I’ve never seen a “stand” like this on a large tv. If this were sitting atop a tv stand, can you imagine trying to turn this thing to reach the inputs on the back? You wouldn’t be able to move it very much without fear of it tumbling off the stand. It almost necessitates a wall mount solution.

Is there a way to add in the extended warranty after you’ve purchased this?

Yes, after you’ve made the purchase you can return to the offer/sale and click the SquareTrade Warranty Extension link:

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