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60" Vizio M60-C3 240Hz 4K Ultra HD Smart LED HDTV EXPIRED

DJ3xclusive 20,952 94,939 July 4, 2016 at 08:02 AM in 4K TVs (12) More eBay Deals
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Promoted 07-11-2016 by slickdewmaster at 08:51 AM View Original Post
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BuyDig via eBay has 60" Vizio M60-C3 240Hz 4K Ultra HD Smart LED HDTV on sale for $899. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 240Hz
  • Viewing Angles: 176x176
  • WiFi
  • Inputs
    • 5x HDMI
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
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Edited July 4, 2016 at 09:29 AM by TattyBear
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Last Edited by funkmasta July 11, 2016 at 10:28 AM
If anyone is interested in this TV, the best way to get a deal on it is to find a walmart that still shows it in stock locally through the search my shelves function on the Walmart site. Just search m60. Often, the TV will show up at the clearance price (usually 528) and show in stock, despite it not being in stock. This can then be used to PM to any store that accepts PM. My friend did this recently at a BB.

Alternatively, check brickseek, though they are probably all sold out by now.

http://brickseek.com/walmart-inventory-checker

Brickseek number: 43310254

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HDR Stands for High Dynamic Range: t’s the ability to display a wider and richer range of colors, much brighter whites, and much deeper, darker blacks. This gives the TV picture a more ‘dynamic’ look, which is where the name comes from.

HDR content preserves details in the darkest and brightest areas of a picture that are lost using current standards. It also allows for more natural, true-to-life colors that are closer to how we see them in real life. Your shows and movies have to be mastered in HDR in order to use it though.

OLED is a new back light technology that uses organic light emitting diodes. They have very good colors and deep blacks but cost a good chunk of cash right now for 4K. $2500 Plus. OLED is considered one of the best back lighting technologies at the moment
I bought this TV from Newegg on ebay as a refurbished about 2 months ago. It's a great TV, I use it for pc gaming and it works great. It is one of the best for gaming because of its low response time with lag. I constantly whoop ass at black ops 3 against people using regular monitors. It only has 1 high-speed refresh input though so I bought a 4k splitter from ebay for $6 and it works great for switching between pc Or xbox. Regular TV looks fine on the other inputs. Vizio recently upgraded the software for this TV and it made the picture look better. most of the reviews online about this TV were before the software update so it's been improved since then.

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Good find, thanks OP!
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how long do these guys take to ship out? I ordered on the 29th and am getting an estimated delivery of july 17... hasnt shipped yet
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#6
Good Deal but need HDR.
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yeah, I got this for 800 during the Dell BF deal. Great tv, but I wouldn't buy it now... get HDR and/or OLED
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#8
Any good deal on a 50" or 49"
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#9
I've got this and a 2016 P50-C1. For everyday watching, this is a fantastic TV. There's a few software things I'm not a fan of but overall it's responsive and the picture looks great. Unfortunately haven't been able to test out true 4k on it yet because Time Warner sucks where I live and 4k blu ray players need to get cheaper.

Overall, I'd recommend this TV unless you have HDR or OLED money. Pretty sure those are notably more expensive in reputable brands though.
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#10
Great TV got it in the Walmart $699 deal
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Quote from Digital-Perception View Post :
how long do these guys take to ship out? I ordered on the 29th and am getting an estimated delivery of july 17... hasnt shipped yet
3 or 4 business days
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65 plz
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Great TV got it in the Walmart $699 deal
Link? Was it on slick deal?
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how long do these guys take to ship out? I ordered on the 29th and am getting an estimated delivery of july 17... hasnt shipped yet
Umm. thats 13 days away. Of course it hasn't shipped yet. If its being shipped from the US, it will take 4 days or less to get anywhere. It probably won't even show its left its point of origin for at least another 4-6 days.. That is if that date you were given is their goal.
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Quote from kma198199 View Post :
Umm. thats 13 days away. Of course it hasn't shipped yet. If its being shipped from the US, it will take 4 days or less to get anywhere. It probably won't even show its left its destination for at least another 4-6 days.. That is if that date you were given is their goal.
I know right? 13 days away and dude is worried it hasn't shipped yet lol

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how long do these guys take to ship out? I ordered on the 29th and am getting an estimated delivery of july 17... hasnt shipped yet
Patience is a virtue
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