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VIZIO M-Series 65" Class (64.5" Diag.) 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV – M65-F0--Sams Club $899

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This is the 2018 M series. Posting to get comparision from members against TCL 6 series.


Also available at Target. You can PM to use Red card for 5% off Now $999.99

https://www.target.com/p/vizio-m-...A-53453370


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Elevate your entertainment with the 2018 VIZIO M-Series™ 65" Class (64.5" Diag.) 4K HDR Smart TV. The 2018 M-Series offers step-up advancements to produce bolder colors, breathtaking clarity, crisp contrast, and impressive smarts – all wrapped up in a beautiful design. With Dolby Vision™ HDR technology, the M-Series set reveals extraordinary detail, depth, and texture in every image. The powerful Active Full Array Plus™ backlight produces radiant brightness to make every pixel come to life, with 48 local dimming zones that keep black levels and contrast picture-perfect. VIZIO SmartCast™ is TV your way. Browse favorites like Netflix and YouTube right on the TV using the included remote or SmartCast Mobile™ app. Stream content from thousands of Google Chromecast-enabled apps. And the M-Series is the perfect smart-home companion, offering voice support for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. A sleek edge-to-edge screen design creates a more immersive viewing experience, making the 2018 M-Series a perfect upgrade for any room. It's time to enjoy the colors, contrast, clarity, control options, aesthetics, and smart features you truly deserve.

Specifications
M56-F0
Key Specifications
Class Size: 65"
Screen Size (Diag.): 64.5"
Smart TV: Yes
Backlight Type: Full Array LED
Local Dimming: Yes with 40 Active LED Zones
Resolution: 4k UHD - 3840 x 2160
Refresh Rate: 120Hz
Motion Rate 360Hz Motion Rate
Built-in Wi-Fi: Yes
Display
Aspect Ratio: 16:09
Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 20M:1
Viewable Angle (H/V): 178 / 178
Number of Colors: 1.07Billion
OSD Language: English, Spanish, French
Audio
Speaker Power Output: 15W x 2
DTS StudioSound™ : N/A
DTS TruVolume™: N/A
Inputs
HDMI: 4 (1 side, 3 bottom)
Component: 1 (side, shared with Composite)
Composite: 1 (side, shared with Component)
Tuner: yes
USB: 1 (side)
Ethernet 1 (bottom)
Outputs
Analog Audio Out: 1 (bottom)
Multimedia Features
USB Music: N/A
USB Photo: N/A
USB Video: N/A
Energy Savings
Energy Star Certified: N/A
Power Consumption: 102.8W
Standby Power Consumption: <.05W
Power Supply N/A
Wall Mount Specifications
Mount Pattern: 400 mm x 200 mm
Screw Size: M6
Screw Length: 20mm
Included Accessories
Remote Control: Yes - XRT136
Battery Type: 2x AAA
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No fald but 120hz. Let the games begin...
No FALD? Does this not constitute as FALD?

Backlight Type: Full Array LED
Local Dimming: Yes with 40 Active LED Zones
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Also, I think this is only a 60hz panel. LINK [displayspecifications.com]
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It is FALD, but a 60hz panel. It has 40 dimming zones and an HDR brightness of 600nits. I'm torn between this one at a great price or waiting for the new p series which should be out in early June. The P will have a 120hz panel, FLAD (100 dimming zones) and an HDR brightness of 1000nits, plus a wide color gamut.
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It is FALD, but a 60hz panel. It has 40 dimming zones and an HDR brightness of 600nits. I'm torn between this one at a great price or waiting for the new p series which should be out in early June. The P will have a 120hz panel, FLAD (100 dimming zones) and an HDR brightness of 1000nits, plus a wide color gamut.
The same one I'm waiting on. Once that model comes out and is reviewed, I will probably make my decision on a TV. Still waiting on the TCL 6 Series review from Rtings as well.
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The same one I'm waiting on. Once that model comes out and is reviewed, I will probably make my decision on a TV. Still waiting on the TCL 6 Series review from Rtings as well.
RTINGS is the go-to for me
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A Vizio M-Series with a tuner! Yay!
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If you're going to be spending the money to get a P series, you might as well just an OLED instead.
A 65 inch P Series will be about $1,200 on any given day, while a 65 inch OLED might be around $1,900 on sale for the 2017 models. Otherwise, you're spending close to $3,000 on a 65 inch OLED. They are quite a bit apart on price.
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A Vizio M-Series with a tuner! Yay!
The tuner is back? It looks like the full remote is too! About time.
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The tuner is back? It looks like the full remote is too! About time.
Yep, all 2018 models have a tuner. I guess they learned their lesson in 2017.
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Yep, all 2018 models have a tuner. I guess they learned their lesson in 2017.
And 13 models will have varying zones of FALD going all the way down to the 43" E series with 10 zones.
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like what was hinted at earlier in this thread, i'm pretty sure we have tcl to thank for this low price

competition is awesome!
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A 65 inch P Series will be about $1,200 on any given day, while a 65 inch OLED might be around $1,900 on sale for the 2017 models. Otherwise, you're spending close to $3,000 on a 65 inch OLED. They are quite a bit apart on price.
Honestly, I'd either get a cheap TCL or spend the money on an OLED. These middle of the road TVs don't justify the extra price vs. the TCLs and midrange TVs are not worth the money when OLED could be had for a few more bones. The max you should be spending for a 65" OLED is $2000 and could be had for cheaper.
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