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vizio E65-E 699 4k @ COSTCO

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E65-E 4K.

V8 OCTA core processor.
120hz
3848x2160
no tv tunner
built in Chromecast

Like every tv at Costco 2 years of warranty and if you pay with visa get an additional 2 years extra for a total of 4 years of warranty.
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Created 01-30-2018 at 07:34 AM by Supama
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Need a deal on the E55
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Rtings review of the E series:
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...eries-2017
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Great deal?!
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Great deal?!
It's a better TV than the crap UJ6300 by LG that was hot just 2 days ago.
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I want the 80" but it's almost 4x the price of 65"
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Any thoughts on how this compares to the TCL for the same price at Costco?

https://slickdeals.net/f/11086499-65-tcl-roku-tv-65s403-costco-b-m-only-699-99?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1
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I love how they advertise No Tuner as if it was a positive feature.

* Tuner-free display
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I love how they advertise No Tuner as if it was a positive feature.

* Tuner-free display
Now days its less junk to fail.
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In another post for a previous Sam's Club deal for this. "baobao917" indicated

"I got this deal and one of the key features it was supposed to have is that it is capable of viewing 4K HDR content. I got it and lo and behold HDR is only available if your external HDMI source connects through the HDMI 1 port. This port also happens to be the dedicated ARC enabled port which you need to connect a soundbar. So if you want HDR then you can't connect your soundbar to the ARC port which enables you to seamlessly control the soundbar and tv together. Glaring design deficiency.

I then asked what if I tried to watch HDR content through the integrated apps (like Netflix or Amazon Video). He said HDR support is only available for content coming through HDMI Port 1. So even their integrated apps won't show HDR content."

If this is true then it's a deal-breaker for me.Can anyone confirm or not?

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Searching through some reviews at the carious sites confirms this.

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In another post for a previous Sam's Club deal for this. "baobao917" indicated

"I got this deal and one of the key features it was supposed to have is that it is capable of viewing 4K HDR content. I got it and lo and behold HDR is only available if your external HDMI source connects through the HDMI 1 port. This port also happens to be the dedicated ARC enabled port which you need to connect a soundbar. So if you want HDR then you can't connect your soundbar to the ARC port which enables you to seamlessly control the soundbar and tv together. Glaring design deficiency.

I then asked what if I tried to watch HDR content through the integrated apps (like Netflix or Amazon Video). He said HDR support is only available for content coming through HDMI Port 1. So even their integrated apps won't show HDR content."

If this is true then it's a deal-breaker for me.Can anyone confirm or not?

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https://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=110215059&postcount=54
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