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65" Vizio P series Quantum PQ65-F1 $1999 free shipping Costco $1999.99

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Suggested price I saw was $2,199 so it might even be a deal (best buy has it at $2,099.99 and shows sold out)

I know it's a vizio but costco helps balance it out (if you live close to one)

https://www.costco.com/Vizio-65%2...24390.html

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not OLED at this price?
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Retail price is $2,099. This is not a deal.
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not OLED at this price?
Yeah I don't think this was built to compete with OLED it was built to compete with the Samsung Q9FN

The Quantum advertizes 2000 nits and 192 zones it could be close to the Q9FN (prices around 3k right now)

Those that are not familiar with this TV it's listed with the P series but it double the peak brightness and basically the double the dimming zones. It could be a really good TV but it's unproven I have not seen an actual review on youtube yet
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not OLED at this price?

Better than OLED, OLED cant begin to compete compete with the colors and brightness this puts out, plus will have image retention.

If you live in a cave+dont game or watch news channels OLED will be better. Everywhere else I'd take this.
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Retail price is $2,099. This is not a deal.
This might be the first day this tv has been out, only other retailer I could find that had it was best buy and they are sold out, no walmart b&h, newegg, not even Amazon.
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Vizio should not be more than 1.2K at this price they are way out of their league
The non-Quantum version is 1.2K.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/vizi...Id=6213228
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Yeah I don't think this was built to compete with OLED it was built to compete with the Samsung Q9FN

The Quantum advertizes 2000 nits and 192 zones it could be close to the Q9FN (prices around 3k right now)

Those that are not familiar with this TV it's listed with the P series but it double the peak brightness and basically the double the dimming zones. It could be a really good TV but it's unproven I have not seen an actual review on youtube yet
Probably more comparable to the Samsung Q8 or Sony 900F when the reviews hit

Though.if Vizio hasnt stepped up their game in picture processing capability then it will be below those two
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Better than OLED, OLED cant begin to compete compete with the colors and brightness this puts out, plus will have image retention.

If you live in a cave+dont game or watch news channels OLED will be better. Everywhere else I'd take this.
i dont believe you.
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Vizio should not be more than 1.2K at this price they are way out of their league
You have zero idea on what you're talking about.
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i dont believe you.
of course you dont

reality though
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of course you dont

reality though
facts and evidence speak louder than forum people.
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