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50" Vizio M507-G1 M-Series Quantum 4K UHD HDR Smart LED HDTV (2019 Model) $369.99 + Free Shipping
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Seems interesting. I've been looking to upgrade from a Tcl S series because the hdr is very poor. Anyone know about this tv??
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It's a lower end model in the line, 16 dimming zones, 400 nits output. Many of the better ones claim 1000 nit and far more dimming zones. Per CNET

https://www.cnet.com/reviews/vizi...g1-review/

Likely not a bad tv for the price though

although in this line even the top claim 600 nits so, maybe they measure differently?
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Yeah, don't look at the rtings and think you are getting a $600-800 TV for $370 at costco, For some reason they lumped in the lower quality models with the higher quality models.
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It's a lower end model in the line, 16 dimming zones, 400 nits output. Many of the better ones claim 1000 nit and far more dimming zones. Per CNET

https://www.cnet.com/reviews/vizi...g1-review/

Likely not a bad tv for the price though

although in this line even the top claim 600 nits so, maybe they measure differently?
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Yeah, don't look at the rtings and think you are getting a $600-800 TV for $370 at costco, For some reason they lumped in the lower quality models with the higher quality models.
Thank you. It is unfortunate that rtings mix the sizes and their differences.
What would be the current best 43 inches 4K TV in your opinion?
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Is this a good deal? Best buy has a price match guarantee.
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Is a quantom dot 4K worth an upgrade from a Hisense 50" 4K 50H8C I bought in 2017?
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What's the verdict? Worth a damn?
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Yeah, don't look at the rtings and think you are getting a $600-800 TV for $370 at costco, For some reason they lumped in the lower quality models with the higher quality models.
Yeah, I hate what Vizio did with the M series this generation. Having a single line with 2 vastly different quality sub lines in it is just so stupid, especially when they are shipping these to places like costco that also have the PX line.
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2019 PX Quantum > 2018 Quantum PQ> 2018 P-Series > 2019 Quantum M-Series
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Bought this from Best Buy a week ago for 399. They won't price match because Best Buy's sight has it listed as M507-G1 and Costco has it listed as M507.
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Bought this from Best Buy a week ago for 399. They won't price match because Best Buy's sight has it listed as M507-G1 and Costco has it listed as M507.
Why big retailers have proprietory part numbers.
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Why big retailers have proprietory part numbers.
So annoying that they do this. Even though it's the same TV they made me sound like an idiot over the phone trying to justify it. Wound up getting nowhere as they said they could do nothing for me.
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Bought this from Best Buy a week ago for 399. They won't price match because Best Buy's sight has it listed as M507-G1 and Costco has it listed as M507.
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Why big retailers have proprietary part numbers.
You have the answer posted.. right above your question: Big retailers primarily use proprietary model numbers to keep people from price matching.

Costco sometimes takes its a step further. In some cases I've seen them add an extra feature or two.. compared to other big retailers. For example the Panasonic plasma I bought back in 2013 had an anti-glare screen added.. and the Samsung 4KTV I bought in 2016 had bluetooth added.
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You have the answer posted.. right above your question: Big retailers primarily use proprietary model numbers to keep people from price matching.

Costco sometimes takes its a step further. In some cases I've seen them add an extra feature or two.. compared to other big retailers. For example the Panasonic plasma I bought back in 2013 had an anti-glare screen added.. and the Samsung 4KTV I bought in 2016 had bluetooth added.
Oh I know. I was only commenting that it was annoying that they do so. Good point on the potential slight differences though. Hadn't thought of that.
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