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Sony KD70X690E 70-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - Amazon $1498

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Amazon has the Sony KD70X690E 70-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV on sale for 1498 at the moment. I believe it runs through the 2nd at this price.

https://www.amazon.com/Sony-KD70X...B072FRV68G

Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 61.8" x 35.7" x 3.8" in, TV with stand: 61.8" x 37.5" x 12.2"
Smart functionality gives you access to your favorite apps and content. With YouTube and Netflix buttons built into the remote, you are one click away from endless entertainment.
Pairs 4K Ultra HD picture clarity with the contrast, color, and detail of High Dynamic Range (HDR) for the most lifelike picture.
Direct LED produces great picture quality
60Hz native refresh rate plus Motionflow XR gives you great motion for all types of content
Inputs: 3 – HDMI, 3 - USB2.0, 1 – Component/Composite Hybrid, 1 – Composite

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Meh...regular price everywhere.

Where is the deal?

Please do some research before posting
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Hmmm... this or the Vizio M70? Haven't seen any reviews on this model yet.
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Actually, the regular price has been $1798 (I've been eyeing this set since it came out at my local Bestbuy a few months ago).

Looks like they just put it on labor day special this week on most sites/retail stores. Frys also has it and no taxes if paid instore.

It's a entry level set but from what I've seen at my local store, it's a very decent set in terms of color production/non 4k content.

Just keep in mind this doesn't have the full blown Android/Kodi unlike the 850 series but just basic like Netflix, Utube, etc.
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Quote from 1fortheteam
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Meh...regular price everywhere.

Where is the deal?

Please do some research before posting
I did. Lowest price on ccc for Amazon since they started selling it. Previous low was 300 higher.
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Hmmm... this or the Vizio M70? Haven't seen any reviews on this model yet.
If both are entry level panels, I'd go for Sony anyday. Most 60hz sony panels do very good at motion blur and upscaling has always been better on Sony TVs.

Vizio steps up the game with the higher models (I have the 65" 1080p m series from 2 years ago from the BF deal and it's going strong). However, the cheaper Vizio suck for the most part.

Both of my local Bestbuy stores have this on display so you can check these out there as well.
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