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Vizio E60u-D3 60-Inch 4K Ultra HD SmartCast E-Series TV Home Theater Display $689 or Vizio E70u-D3 70-Inch 4K SmartCast E-Series Ultra HD TV Home Theater Display $1189 + FS!

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Prices show $100 more for me. Is there a coupon code or something?
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Prices show $100 more for me. Is there a coupon code or something?
Apply Code = SALE100OFF Cheers
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#4
Nice price, but no HDR from what I'm reading.
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Decent price for a large 4K television, but it is a budget television so unlike it's bigger brothers the M and P series, no HDR10 and only 12 local dimming zones.
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Good price for 70".

So-so price for 60" which you can get at Costco for $667.99. Costco return policy is a plus.

Depending on where you live, tax will also play a difference.
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4k isn't worth the upgrade unless you have HDR.
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I want the 70, but my budget is below 1K . . . . Frown
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I want the 70, but my budget is below 1K . . . . Frown
Cya in 2019
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Decent price for a large 4K television, but it is a budget television so unlike it's bigger brothers the M and P series, no HDR10 and only 12 local dimming zones.
Only 12 dimming zones?! Your eyes will be torched by the end of The Simpsons.
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You could get 4 of the Westinghouse 42" sets for the price of the E70u and still have $120 left over.
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Cya in 2019
2016 black Friday ?

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Quote from hbarnwheeler View Post :
Only 12 dimming zones?! Your eyes will be torched by the end of The Simpsons.
Does one really needs "dimming zones". my current tv does not have anything like that (6 year old vizio)

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Last edited by junoj September 19, 2016 at 11:09 PM
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One of you sd pros needs to have a copy-paste that says what TV has vs doesn't have that are the popular questions every single time a tv pops up on here, such as:

Res: 4k, 1080p
HDR: No, HDR10, HDR Pro, etc
Panel type: IPS, etc
Refresh rate: 120 Hz effective (60 Hz actual), 120 Hz TRUE, etc
Panel bit: 8-bit, 10-bit
Array: edge lit, full array, whatever
etc etc

Would be very helpful!
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Does one really needs "dimming zones". my current tv does not have anything like that (6 year old vizio)
Most people on here learn of the different features of all of the TVs on the market and when they read one negative thing about a model lower or a feature lower they say it's a garbage TV. Kind of silly. Additionally, a lot of folks are just videophiles and need the best stats possible.

In my personal opinion, even then lower end TVs look pretty darn good.

Do you want to spend $700 on a 70" or $3,500+? Personally, a $700 would be just fine even without being "top of the line"
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2016 black Friday ?

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Does one really needs "dimming zones". my current tv does not have anything like that (6 year old vizio)

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A 70" for under 1K by Black Friday? That would be sweet but I would be shocked.
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