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Vizio M70-D3 70" 4k Display - $1,749 - Costco, vizio.com

jayhawknative 489 135 August 17, 2016 at 05:25 PM in TV (10)
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Great set. Saw this price at Costco B&M today, same online. This is the 2016 model.

4k set
HDR : Yes
Tuner : No (for those who care)
3D : No (again, for those who care)

Costco $1,749: http://www.costco.com/Vizio-70%22...00989.html

Vizio.com $1,709 (YMMV): https://www.vizio.com/tvs/mseries/m70d3.html

Also available directly from Vizio.com for $1,799, free shipping. If you clear your cookies, you should be able to get a pop-up for an email signup for a 5% off coupon, bringing the total to $1,709 shipped (if sales tax doesn't apply for you, it didn't for me).

BestBuy.com $1,799 : http://www.bestbuy.com/site/vizio...Id=4859500

If you can use the BB 10% movers coupon that'd be solid, but after BB sales tax the vizio.com deal is likely better with no tax.

Amazon doesn't carry this set for some reason, but you can see the excellent reviews on last year's M70-C3 there.
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I have the 60" version from January that I snagged for a $1k. Good television. For anyone considering this one I would definitely take note of No Tuner.
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Waiting for it to drop below $1500... hopefully black Friday
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Amazon doesn't carry this set for some reason, but you can see the excellent reviews on last year's M70-C3 there.
Maybe because it's not a TV?
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Maybe because it's not a TV?
I haven't used a Tuner since the 90's
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There will be good deals on this and it's a solid set. I'm hoping for BB open box below $1200 before end of year
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I haven't used a Tuner since the 90's
And I haven't seen a retail store sell a TV without one ever.
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And I haven't seen a retail store sell a TV without one ever.
buying a $2k TV to watch OTA signals is baffling to me. A year from now I bet we see it drop from more vendors.
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buying a $2k TV to watch OTA signals is baffling to me. A year from now I bet we see it drop from more vendors.
Don't know about that
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I don't get why this has thumbs down. Seems like a great deal to me....70in 4k for that price? Seems like a good tv with a great picture. Plus I love that remote control. With the exception of LG's Magic Remote, that Vizio one is one of the best in the business.
My only question about this set is that is it HDR10 and Dolby Vision or just DV? Even though DV is better, I'd rather have a set that can handle HRD10 because there is a lot more support and content for it.
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buying a $2k TV to watch OTA signals is baffling to me. A year from now I bet we see it drop from more vendors.
OTA is all digital now.... Looks less compressed than cable to me.
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My only question about this set is that is it HDR10 and Dolby Vision or just DV? Even though DV is better, I'd rather have a set that can handle HRD10 because there is a lot more support and content for it.
just Dolby Vision
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buying a $2k TV to watch OTA signals is baffling to me. A year from now I bet we see it drop from more vendors.
A Tuner isn't just for OTA signals.
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A Tuner isn't just for OTA signals.
Where/how else is it used? Not aware of cable companies who still provide channels without a box - at least not any here in KC - Comcast, Time Warner, ATT nor Google Fiber.
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just Dolby Vision
That's not true, it supports both now, with a recent firmware update.
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