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VIZIO SmartCast 75" E-Series UHD HDR LED display (E75-E3) for $1598 at Sam's Club (Free Shipping)

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It's $1898 today at Sam's ($300 off) and $1999.99 at Best Buy right now. That seems to me like a pretty good deal, especially if you get it online with the free shipping.

I looked around their site and I think they go live at midnight EST Saturday morning (8/5/17). Looks like I'll be staying up past my bedtime.

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Is their new SmartCast that they have been talking about live yet? It puts all of the stuff back on the TV vs. having to use my phone.
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and you need to be a Sam's member to get this price - right ?
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I bought the 75" Samsung MU6300 for $1499 from Fry's deal earlier this week. Haven't picked it up yet. How does the Vizio E compare to the MU6300? I read that the MU6300 has judder issues @ 24p, but is brighter than Vizio E and has motion interpolation. Can't decide which to go with. Any suggestions?
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I bought the 75" Samsung MU6300 for $1499 from Fry's deal earlier this week. Haven't picked it up yet. How does the Vizio E compare to the MU6300? I read that the MU6300 has judder issues @ 24p, but is brighter than Vizio E and has motion interpolation. Can't decide which to go with. Any suggestions?
Summed up pretty nicely

Neither have wcg therefore no real HDR

The Vizio has a 10 bit panel so there won't be noticeable banding on hdr

Vizio is also a semi gloss, so not good with reflections, but I don't think the Samsung is that much better

Both very similar TV's when weighing up pros and cons imo
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Man I want a bigger TV... Told my wife when I got a killer deal on an 80" I was going to upgrade... She just shook her head and rolled her eyes. She'll be rolling her eyes when she gets home from work one of these days and I have 80" of glorious 4k on the wall 😬
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Man I want a bigger TV... Told my wife when I got a killer deal on an 80" I was going to upgrade... She just shook her head and rolled her eyes. She'll be rolling her eyes when she gets home from work one of these days and I have 80" of glorious 4k on the wall 😬
I am always surprised at how quickly nay Sayers get to like the big tv and seeing it in their home realize it isn't too big at all. I had a 60, wanted to go bigger got 70, now eyeing 75 4ks but I think even 80 won't make me happy.
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I am always surprised at how quickly nay Sayers get to like the big tv and seeing it in their home realize it isn't too big at all. I had a 60, wanted to go bigger got 70, now eyeing 75 4ks but I think even 80 won't make me happy.
Maybe projector is better for you?
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Man I want a bigger TV... Told my wife when I got a killer deal on an 80" I was going to upgrade... She just shook her head and rolled her eyes. She'll be rolling her eyes when she gets home from work one of these days and I have 80" of glorious 4k on the wall 😬
I did the same thing to my girlfriend. I scored 2 of the Vizio D70-D3 70" TVs for $429 after tax (plus 12 other TVs of varying sizes). I did, of course, keep one of the 70" for myself. She got home literally as I was about to lift it onto the wall. I just told her to come up to the TV room anyway and we put it up. I already had a nice 55" Samsung that cost nearly 3 grand when we bought it, and she argued that the 55" was the biggest for the wall. I had been saying I want a MINIMUM of a 70" but really shooting for an 80". After hanging the TV, I turned something on and we watched for a few minutes. Then out of nowhere she said, "You know, I thought it would be too big but now I'm just thinking how nice the 80" would be. LOL
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I did the same thing to my girlfriend. I scored 2 of the Vizio D70-D3 70" TVs for $429 after tax (plus 12 other TVs of varying sizes). I did, of course, keep one of the 70" for myself. She got home literally as I was about to lift it onto the wall. I just told her to come up to the TV room anyway and we put it up. I already had a nice 55" Samsung that cost nearly 3 grand when we bought it, and she argued that the 55" was the biggest for the wall. I had been saying I want a MINIMUM of a 70" but really shooting for an 80". After hanging the TV, I turned something on and we watched for a few minutes. Then out of nowhere she said, "You know, I thought it would be too big but now I'm just thinking how nice the 80" would be. LOL
That's the "problem" with higher resolution sets. Have to go as big of not bigger than you think / measure.

Add for the deal, I have 2 Vizios and have had problems with both. Their customer service reps make you jump through hoops even after you know they know the issue exists. I highly recommend long term warranties. When I go 4k it will not be with Vizio. More likely going to be LG.
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Maybe projector is better for you?
Projectors have a lot of negatives when compared to an actual HDTV. Having been an early adopter of digital projectors (had a top shelf Canon Infocus back in 2000), I agree that the size you can get is ridiculous for the investment, but it is harder to see during the day, louder than a TV, and requires a fairly specific room setup to work to its potential.
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That's the "problem" with higher resolution sets. Have to go as big of not bigger than you think / measure.

Add for the deal, I have 2 Vizios and have had problems with both. Their customer service reps make you jump through hoops even after you know they know the issue exists. I highly recommend long term warranties. When I go 4k it will not be with Vizio. More likely going to be LG.
I'm not sure how the two relate to each other in the way you're describing. That said, the size someone prefers is purely subjective, and only a "problem" if you subjectively determine it to be.
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Is their new SmartCast that they have been talking about live yet? It puts all of the stuff back on the TV vs. having to use my phone.
They did push out an update which adds an on screen menu. Only catch is you can't use the remote the tv came with. I went online and entered my serial number. I qualified for a free remote. You can pull up the on screen menu from the app as well. They are also putting the apps back on the tv rather than having to cast everything. This update has been released I believe for the M and P series with the E series coming later this summer.
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They did push out an update which adds an on screen menu. Only catch is you can't use the remote the tv came with. I went online and entered my serial number. I qualified for a free remote. You can pull up the on screen menu from the app as well. They are also putting the apps back on the tv rather than having to cast everything. This update has been released I believe for the M and P series with the E series coming later this summer.
Thanks for the info!
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