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Costco Members B&M: VIZIO M-Series 65" Class 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED LCD TV M65-F0 YMMV $749.97

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Costco Wholesale has the Vizio M-Series 65" Class 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED LCD TV M65-F0 on sale for $749.97.
Warehouse only item. YMMV

Key Features:
  • Dolby Vision, HDR10 & HLG
  • Active Full-Array Plus with 40 Local Dimming Zones
  • Google Chromecast built-in
  • Works with Google Assistant and Alexa
  • 120Hz Effective Refresh Rate


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https://www.costco.com/Vizio-65%2...16579.html
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Wonder if it comes in a 55" and if so how much was it going for?
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Wonder if it comes in a 55" and if so how much was it going for?
They do have the 55" for $599.99.
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Been $759 for a while now
Got it at this price in November
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Been $759 for a while now
Got it at this price in November
How do you like it? Would you recommend it? Do you do any gaming on it? Watch movies?
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Looks like a great deal I got the M65-E0 for $969 and this years has 8 more local dimming zones. I love my M series, amazing picture, brightness, and color output. Great for gaming too.
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This is a good deal if you want to go through Costco however, the TCL 6 series can be had for 800 at Best Buy and it features a hundred and twenty dimming zones while also being brighter and having a wider color gamut.
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Is this a good deal?
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Does it make much difference that it's not 240MHz?
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This is a good deal if you want to go through Costco however, the TCL 6 series can be had for 800 at Best Buy and it features a hundred and twenty dimming zones while also being brighter and having a wider color gamut.
Yeah if you want to deal with the panel lottery and go through the hassle of returning until you get the right one
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For what it's worth mine is perfect. I think that whole issue might be a bit overblown or they're having less issues as time goes on.
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Yeah if you want to deal with the panel lottery and go through the hassle of returning until you get the right one
Yeah. The 65 inch doesn't have that problem near as much as the 55 inch. However, my r615 from BB had a bad sensor. Can't use the remote. The picture is amazing. Grays are great. I don't watch hockey so I can't give any thoughts on the dirty screen while watching something white.
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Wonder if it comes in a 55" and if so how much was it going for?
It does. I bought one at Target in November for $403.75 (On sale for $499 - 15% off coupon - 5% off with Target REDcard)
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VIZIO 65 inch M series is a TV that has it all. Have been testing it since mid December. Perfect deep blacks, when there is no programming you feel like the TV is off. Everything worked perfect out of the box. Has Dolby Vision and it is very bright. I have concluded that there is no reason to upgrade to the VIZIO P series currently for $160 more plus tax as there is hardly any advantage. An additional HDMI and a little more local dimming so that you can have another model just does not do it for me. If that was the Q series then yes. Notice that the E series is a very good TV too but not as bright. In conclusion, the 65 inch M series is very bright with very deep blacks, Dolby Vision, and a perfect panel.
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Someone just posted it is $500 now. Will be among the people going to look tomorrow!
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