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50" VIZIO V505-G9 4K UHD HDR Smart HDTV + $100 Dell eGift Card EXPIRED

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Dell Home Office has 50" VIZIO V505-G9 4K UHD HDR Smart HDTV + $100 Dell eGift Card on sale for $329.99. Shipping is free. RevOne

Specs
  • Resolution: 3840×2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz effective (60Hz Native)
  • Viewing Angles: 178° H / 178° V
  • HDR10 (HLG), Smart TV w/ Built-In Google Chromecast, AC WiFi
  • Supports Amazon Alexa & Google Assistant voice control using compatible devices (sold separately)
  • Ports:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x TV Tuner
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Digital Audio (Optical)
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Specs (vizio.com [vizio.com])
  • Resolution: 3840×2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz effective (60Hz Native)
  • Viewing Angles: 178° H / 178° V
  • HDR10 (HLG), Smart TV w/ Built-In Google Chromecast, AC WiFi
  • Supports Amazon Alexa & Google Assistant voice control using compatible devices (sold separately)
  • Ports:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 1x TV Tuner
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Digital Audio (Optical)
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I am certified with Vizio to repair their TV's and even I had to make a few inquiries as I have not seen or heard (I don't attend the conference calls like I should) of V series.

The V series will combine the D and the E series... These (V) will offer full array local dimming; most will support 4K/HDR/Dolby Vision; will come in a size package of 40" - 75"; but the max dimming zones for the V series will be 16. They're all native 60hz and as of now, NONE of Vizio's 2019 tv's (any line) will support HDMI 2.1
This was helpful thank you.

Can anyone break this down for a simpleton? Never heard of dimming zones and unsure what lack of HDMI 2.1 effectively means for the user.
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Live pause and rewind on Roku TVs
Had no idea this was a thing but Googled it after your comment and looks pretty nice, thanks for posting!
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This was helpful thank you.

Can anyone break this down for a simpleton? Never heard of dimming zones and unsure what lack of HDMI 2.1 effectively means for the user.
HDMI 2.1

https://www.hdmi.org/manufacturer...index.aspx

Though the new features of 2.1 only matter if the tv supports them.I wanted 2.1 for the better support of Variable Refresh Rate for gaming.


local dimming can dim the area of the screen that needs it, while keeping the bright parts of the screen bright. This technology can really increase the contrast ratio to make a better image. It's also vital to get the intense highlights possible with High Dynamic Range (HDR) content.

But not all local dimming works the same, and certain types of local dimming work better than others.

Hope this helps.
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I want to buy my parents a new TV that is sub $500, and it seems like there's so many TV deals all the time I have no way to know which is the best one. What do you guys recommend?
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Bummer the smaller versions aren't on sale/promotion... I could use a 40"-43" for my kitchen (viewing distance would be like 20 feet so it wouldn't be too large and would act like a smaller size).
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Dell should really do away with their GC promo thing and give the discount right off the price, to stay relevant in the deal space. Coz, $100 Dell GC is of no use to average consumer, but if they give $60-70 off their price, it might prompt.
Agreed I took advantage of a similar deal last year I used the 100 gift card to buy a laser printer. But had I not needed one it would have been difficult to use because of the expiration date and that it takes time to receive the gift card in an email so there is a high chance you will forget it.
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$30 off. is this really slick enough for FP?
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From reading the comments I am guessing this would not be a good tv for my Xbox 1X???
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Most of Vizio's tvs from last year had issues displaying 720p and 480p content, compared to other brands, according to rtings.com. Have they corrected this?
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Bummer the smaller versions aren't on sale/promotion... I could use a 40"-43" for my kitchen (viewing distance would be like 20 feet so it wouldn't be too large and would act like a smaller size).
Do you have TVs in your bathroom too?
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Do you have TVs in your bathroom too?
I don't understand the joke, because kitchen TVs are pretty damn common. I have 2 TVs in my house right now, living room and basement.
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Hows this compare to the LG that they also have on sale. Other than 1 inch? I needed to buy something with my American Express Biz Platinum to get the statement credit.

Which one would be better for a monitor?
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Dell should really do away with their GC promo thing and give the discount right off the price, to stay relevant in the deal space. Coz, $100 Dell GC is of no use to average consumer, but if they give $60-70 off their price, it might prompt.
That's their whole point - to many people they just look at that $100 Dell credit as $100, thus making the deal seem better than it is.
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I am certified with Vizio to repair their TV's and even I had to make a few inquiries as I have not seen or heard (I don't attend the conference calls like I should) of V series.

The V series will combine the D and the E series... These (V) will offer full array local dimming; most will support 4K/HDR/Dolby Vision; will come in a size package of 40" - 75"; but the max dimming zones for the V series will be 16. They're all native 60hz and as of now, NONE of Vizio's 2019 tv's (any line) will support HDMI 2.1
The website https://www.vizio.com/v505g9.html says Effective Refresh Rate is 120Hz.
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