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A good open box for $470 is a deal. $650 new for a 70" E-series....meh.
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Crazy. I got basically the same tv 2 and a half years ago for $900 it was like the steal of a lifetime. No other 70" 4K HDR tv from a good brand was even close to that.
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I have this same tv, got it for $580 from target about a half a year ago. I get a discount but I'd say this is a decent price.
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Wal Mart has it for $549
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Wal Mart has it for $549
That's the D series.
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Some Microcenters have this refurbished for $499.
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How's this compared to a first gen Viz P? Could upgrade the mancave. Most of my watching is done on oled or 900f. Saw it was FALD...
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My experience with the original 70" Vizio (1080p from like 7 years ago). Partnered with Yahoo on "smart" tv apps, meaning the apps where functionally useless. The ones that may be useful where not supported within 4 years (every single thing except netflix). Amazon prime video hasn't worked in years but they where nice enough to let me know they officially pulled my TV's support for it last month. Day after extended warranty was over, lower right corner led stopped working. Can pay to get a 70" 4k tv for the cost of repairman. Could attempt to repair it myself but its 70" and like 4 different panels to take off, all the same size, rather just get a new one.

I know its not the same but I really did see how much they as a company "care". Note I did get years out of it and at 1k it was a steal for the time (70" had not dropped below 2k yet when i got it), but I will be buying a Samsung or LG next.
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That's the D series.
Tell the newbs a few of the differences that makes E worth 100$ more then D
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I got the 70 inch E series at Walmart on clearance for 599 and thought that was a really good deal at the time...this is so close to that price...I feel like my deal was not all that spectacular anymore...man tvs have really come down in price the past couple of years...great tv though for those interested
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How's this compared to a first gen Viz P? Could upgrade the mancave. Most of my watching is done on oled or 900f. Saw it was FALD...
Just from looking at the specs, I'd say stick with the p-series if it's a 65". This E-series only has i believe 12 dimming zones and doesn't get very bright, while a P-series has over 100 dimming zones and it get's much brighter which is good for HDR content.
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Waiting for a decent 75 inch
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I got the 70 inch E series at Walmart on clearance for 599 and thought that was a really good deal at the time...this is so close to that price...I feel like my deal was not all that spectacular anymore...man tvs have really come down in price the past couple of years...great tv though for those interested
And then you get to 75" TV's and there's nothing cheaper than $1000
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