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Sony 4K TVs: 70" XBR70X830F + $150 Visa GC $1598, 60” XBR60X830F + $100 Visa GC

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BuyDig has a couple Sony 2018 4K HDR TVs w/ Visa Gift Card on sale listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Motionflow XR 960)
  • Sony 4K X1 Processor
  • HDR (HDR10), Smart TV (Android), WiFi 802.11ac
  • Virtual Assistant Support: Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant (sold separately)
  • Ports:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 3x USB 2.0
    • 1x Component / Composite (shared)
    • 1x RF
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Digital Audio Output (optical)
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Well then all of the professional reviewers are wrong and you're the only correct one. Glad you came forward to speak the truth!
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Need the 900 series deals. Wink
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Need the 900 series deals. Wink
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This better than the 65" Vizio from Best buy for about the same price?
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Need the 900 series deals. Wink
Yep. Waiting for the same
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This better than the 65" Vizio from Best buy for about the same price?
Apples and oranges, Sony is a much better value. Even more so if you factor inn the $100 gift card.
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Apples and oranges, Sony is a much better value. Even more so if you factor inn the $100 gift card.
Who says?
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This better than the 65" Vizio from Best buy for about the same price?
Have comoared the picture quality of Vizio and Sony. Sony is well ahead in that. In terms of 4k resolution, Contrast ratio, HDR etc Sony surpasses Vizio. The major thing is the price it commands
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My app notification cut off at "+$150 GC $159". Bait and switch, bait and switch! Lol
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I always had the highest regards for Sony products but the last Sony TV that I bought lasted 3 months past the warranty.
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Have comoared the picture quality of Vizio and Sony. Sony is well ahead in that. In terms of 4k resolution, Contrast ratio, HDR etc Sony surpasses Vizio. The major thing is the price it commands
Not even close. The Vizio P series is full array local dimming with wide color gamut comparable and even better than the Sony 900 series in some aspects. This is lower than the 900 series so clearly the Vizio is much better
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I always had the highest regards for Sony products but the last Sony TV that I bought lasted 3 months past the warranty.
That's probably bad luck I have a tv I want it to die on me so I can pick up a new 4k 900 series
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Have comoared the picture quality of Vizio and Sony. Sony is well ahead in that. In terms of 4k resolution, Contrast ratio, HDR etc Sony surpasses Vizio. The major thing is the price it commands
The catch with 4k is..if all your signals aren't 4k tgen 1080i native or 1080p
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Not even close. The Vizio P series is full array local dimming with wide color gamut comparable and even better than the Sony 900 series in some aspects. This is lower than the 900 series so clearly the Vizio is much better
what he said....
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