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P65-E1 Vizio 65 (1299.99 $) Costco

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A great TV. It is a 2017 model (same hardware as 2016).

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2017 model? The identical 2016 had previously been on closeout for around $999. Also tainted by the previous $969 deal even though most were cancelled. Still an awesome tv though.
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Yeah awesome TV but Im waiting for sub 1k.
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Meh price. Need a deal on the 75".
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how do you not put the price of this deal in the title or even the body of the post?
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Would you really get this when you can get the 65" Sony 850e for less?
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Would you really get this when you can get the 65" Sony 850e for less?
This is comparable to Sony 900E. This is much better than 850E. Also Sony 900E does not support Dolby Vision or HLG, Vizio does.
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Meh price. Need a deal on the 75".
The 75" is, for a reason I don't quite understand, far, far more expensive than the 65". My wife just got me one for Christmas/my birthday.
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This is comparable to Sony 900E. This is much better than 850E. Also Sony 900E does not support Dolby Vision or HLG, Vizio does.
I'd still take the Sony 900 over the Vizio. It's all about upscaling and panel quality.
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I'd still take the Sony 900 over the Vizio. It's all about upscaling and panel quality.
I haven't had the opportunity to check out the 900, but make no mistake, this is an exceptionally good looking TV. I purchased one when they had this price about two months ago. Unfortunately, my TV had an intermittent defect, and I ended up returning it and getting an LG OLED instead. But having had the opportunity to compare both TV's in my home, the Vizio really did look great. It came pretty close to the OLED. Exceptionally good black levels for an LCD. It's not as bright as the Sony is supposed to be, but to me, that's a non-issue. Perhaps it is my dark viewing area, but the Vizio (and the LG OLED) are pretty much perfect as far as brightness is concerned. Any brighter and I think it would be too much.
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Would you really get this when you can get the 65" Sony 850e for less?
Because the 850E is trash, and the 65" is only worth buying at $600. What you're asking is like asking why you'd buy an Avalon when you could get a Corolla.
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i run 2 of these in the mancave, great TVs for the price
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I haven't had the opportunity to check out the 900, but make no mistake, this is an exceptionally good looking TV. I purchased one when they had this price about two months ago. Unfortunately, my TV had an intermittent defect, and I ended up returning it and getting an LG OLED instead. But having had the opportunity to compare both TV's in my home, the Vizio really did look great. It came pretty close to the OLED. Exceptionally good black levels for an LCD. It's not as bright as the Sony is supposed to be, but to me, that's a non-issue. Perhaps it is my dark viewing area, but the Vizio (and the LG OLED) are pretty much perfect as far as brightness is concerned. Any brighter and I think it would be too much.
I have the M series right now, and the upscaling is sub par. It's no better on the P series. For 4K content, I'm sure this TV is great, just like the M series is. It's the lower quality content that Vizio TVs have a problem with.
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Great tv bought c1 for $999
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I like the m and p series. Also the sony 900 e. No Dolby vision is a deal breaker for my next tv purchase. Sony dropped the ball on the 900 not having dv in my opinion.
I have a question regarding the vizio Upconversion. If I use my denon avr to upscale 1080 to uhd , anyone know if this would work better than the vizio hardware at upconverting 1080i or 1080p? Not worried about any other content resolutions.
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