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Vizio E70-F3 70" Class HDR UHD Smart LED TV $701 after Cartwheel coupon - Target

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This TV is on sale for $779.00 with an additional Target Cartwheel app coupon [target.com] of 10% off bringing it to $701.00. If you have a Target Red Card you get an ADDITIONAL 5% off when you use your red card. Brings this 70" Smart TV to under $700 before tax.

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Please put Vizio in the title. Just FYI, this is the 2018 model, replaced in 2019 by the V series.
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...eries-2018
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Cheapest I've personally seen.
If you decide to pull the trigger, please do yourself a favor and get some sort of a warranty/protection with it.
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Cheapest I've personally seen.
If you decide to pull the trigger, please do yourself a favor and get some sort of a warranty/protection with it.
I agree with purchasing a warranty as well. My 3 year old Vizio has a few LED backlight sections failing. Most noticeable on an all white screen, or a black screen with white text. Not much I can do besides replace the backlight which failed and that can be a risky endeavor.
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If you can give up a measly 5" then the TCL 6 series is far superior for same money.
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Any thoughts on this or the refurbished Vizio M 2017 from Walmart?

https://slickdeals.net/f/13103797-70-vizio-m70-e3-4k-hdr-xled-smartcast-home-theater-display-refurbished-649-99-free-store-pickup-walmart?v=1&src=SiteSearch

The 2017 M series, although 1 year older, seems like it might be slightly better, and slightly cheaper, however it is a refurbished. I'd plan on getting the longest warranty on either TV anyways.
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I agree with purchasing a warranty as well. My 3 year old Vizio has a few LED backlight sections failing. Most noticeable on an all white screen, or a black screen with white text. Not much I can do besides replace the backlight which failed and that can be a risky endeavor.
Same here. When it gets bad enough, I will probably pull the trigger on a similar deal, this time with maximum coverage possible.
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Any thoughts on this or the refurbished Vizio M 2017 from Walmart?

https://slickdeals.net/f/13103797-70-vizio-m70-e3-4k-hdr-xled-smartcast-home-theater-display-refurbished-649-99-free-store-pickup-walmart?v=1&src=SiteSearch

The 2017 M series, although 1 year older, seems like it might be slightly better, and slightly cheaper, however it is a refurbished. I'd plan on getting the longest warranty on either TV anyways.
Personally, if you are able to get the same extended warranty, I'd opt for M series.
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If you can give up a measly 5" then the TCL 6 series is far superior for same money.
lol at 5" being "measly" in relation to a tv measured diagonally...
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Same here. When it gets bad enough, I will probably pull the trigger on a similar deal, this time with maximum coverage possible.
Yeah, I'm not planning on attempting the repair until I have a replacement TV. Will give the Vizio to a family member if unsuccessful. Hoping to upgrade to a OLED from LG next. Can't justify the purchase right now though, as a set in the 70" range costs as much as a used car.
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I got this in Black Friday from Costco for $730. Generally happy once I got the colors adjusted. None of the presets looked right for some reason.

The only thing I was disappointed about: it's a 4K TV but the built in Chromecast doesn't support 4K / HDR. You'll still need a Chromecast Ultra to play that content correctly.
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I got this in Black Friday from Costco for $730. Generally happy once I got the colors adjusted. None of the presets looked right for some reason.

The only thing I was disappointed about: it's a 4K TV but the built in Chromecast doesn't support 4K / HDR. You'll still need a Chromecast Ultra to play that content correctly.
Mind sharing those settings?

Just got mine from one of the dell rebate deals.

Thanks!
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I agree with purchasing a warranty as well. My 3 year old Vizio has a few LED backlight sections failing. Most noticeable on an all white screen, or a black screen with white text. Not much I can do besides replace the backlight which failed and that can be a risky endeavor.
Agreed on the warranty. I'm in the exact same situation with my 3 year old Vizio having sections of LEDs out.
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lol at 5" being "measly" in relation to a tv measured diagonally...
Lol all you want. If you're just going for size and not quality, you may as well just get the next shit 75" set that pops up, regardless of how atrocious it is. Giving up a miniscule 14% screen area to get a whopping 400% brightness bump, outstanding HDR performance, and Roku? No brainer, to me...but whoop it up, I guess.
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Mind sharing those settings?

Just got mine from one of the dell rebate deals.

Thanks!
Not that I know what I'm doing, but for my lighting conditions:

Auto brightness Low
Brightness 51
Contrast 72
Color 74
Tint 0
Sharpness 20
Color temp Cool
Black detail high
Active full array off
Clear Action off
Reduce signal noise low
Reduce block noise low
Game low latency off
Film mode on
Color space auto
Gamma 2.2

I'm not a gamer, and I haven't tried the color tuner. Also, from some sources, white text is indecipherable on a bright background.
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