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VIZIO 50” Class M-Series™ Quantum 4K Ultra HD (2160p) HDR Smart TV (M507-G1) (2019 Model) $398. Org Price: $549.99

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Walmart.com has VIZIO 50" Class M-Series™ Quantum 4K Ultra HD (2160p) HDR Smart TV (M507-G1) (2019 Model) on sale for $398.00(549.99), SAVE: $150. The product is only available through online order. Shipping is free.

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  • Display Type: LED
  • Vertical ResolutionInfo: 2160p (4K)
  • Screen Size Info: 49.5 inches
  • High Dynamic Range (HDR) Info: Yes
  • High Dynamic Range Technology Info: HDR Compatible
  • Refresh RateInfo :120Hz
  • Motion Enhancement Technology Info: Clear Action 360
  • Specific Manufacturer Technologies: UHD Upscaling, Spatial Scaling Engine, Quantum Dot Color, Wide Color Gamut, Smartcast
  • Smart Platform Info: VIZIO SmartCast
  • Number of HDMI Inputs: 4
  • Works With Info: Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant
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Rtings review
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...antum-2019

above link covers 2019 visio m series and it specifically talks about 65'

but you can certainly look for build, connectivity etc in the review link for 50 inch.


We tested the 65" M Series Quantum 2019, version M658-G1, and we expect our results to be valid for the 55" (M558-G1) model as well. The 43" (M437-G1), 50" (M507-G1), 55" (M557-G0), and 65" (M657-G0) are a bit different, as they aren't as bright, and have a more limited local dimming feature. They may perform differently in other ways, but we don't know.
If someone comes across a different type of panel or if their M Series Quantum 2019 doesn't correspond to our review, let us know and we will update the review.
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Rtings review
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...antum-2019
Nope, M658 is the one they review, walmart is M507 less bright and less dimming zones.
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Nope, M658 is the one they review, walmart is M507 less bright and less dimming zones.
Spec comparison of the xx7 vs xx8. The m507 has 16 dimming zones vs 90 for the m658; and 400nits vs 600 for the m658.

https://www.cnet.com/reviews/vizi...g1-review/
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I have seen this tv on best buy. It's not worth the price. Go for tcl r617 instead which was on deal for 450. Much better. Screen looks full comparatively with some decent color which you can even get with some good calibration from Hisense deal 299 or tcl 5 series.
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Spec comparison of the xx7 vs xx8. The m507 has 16 dimming zones vs 90 for the m658; and 400nits vs 600 for the m658.

https://www.cnet.com/reviews/vizi...g1-review/ [cnet.com]
M558-G1 is 150$ more which makes it 38% pricier. Depends on how much you want to spend.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/VIZIO-...thena=true
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Buy it on Google express through Best Buy with code GDSMZL to make it $360 plus Tax and free shipping.. edit just expired
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Is this worth the price?
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is branding everything quantum some sort of fad nowadays?
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I have seen this tv on best buy. It's not worth the price. Go for tcl r617 instead which was on deal for 450. Much better. Screen looks full comparatively with some decent color which you can even get with some good calibration from Hisense deal 299 or tcl 5 series.
Never go by box store display units. They adjust to make the higher profit sets look better

Also be ware...this is NOT the set reviewed by rtings and cnet. Cnet outlines the differences between M models jn detai. Recommended reading.first.
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My take on this:

TCL doesn't make a 50" TV that is this good at all. They have cheaper TVs that are worse and they have the R series which are better but also larger and more expensive. The S series maxes out at 295 nits of brightness.

Importantly this tv also supports 60hz only. Is there a better tv at this size and price? I'm not sure 🤔 but would like to know if there is. I need a bedroom tv and 55" was too big so R series is out and the S series isn't nearly as good on picture quality and also doesn't offer local dimming while this tv does.
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legit gave in and got one!!
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True refresh rate is 60, fyi
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Can't tell if this TV is good or bad from all the comments.

I bought it from Google Express for $393 after taxes, fees, 10% discount, and free returns. I will return it if I don't like it.
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I buckled and got one. I was checking out on Best Buy last night and the price jumped up. I was so mad lol. I went to sleep and got on best buy.com in the morning, and got it price matched to Walmart as they still had it for 399.99. It's a great improvement over my older Vizio Smilie
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