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Vizio 65" Class (64.5" Diag.) 4K UHD Quantum LED LCD TV $1299.99

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What's the model number?
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What's the model number?
This is the PX65 which is the lowest its been it seems.
One of the best reviewed non OLEDs
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Nice. I have been eyeing this for a while. Amazing picture in person. I was at a Costco yesterday and saw it was still $1,399.
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By the way, the peak brightness of this TV is over 2,900 nit, which is way brighter than most TV's (usually 300-400 nits) and way above the HDR 1000 (nits) requirement.

However, I am gonna wait a couple more weeks to see the reviews on the new TCL 8 series with their 1000 zones/25,000 leds.
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Rtings gives it an 8.5/10 which is a very strong result.

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...tum-x-2019

When comparing models, here is the ranking from best to worst:

1. P-Series Quantum X

2. P-Series Quantum

3. M-Series Quantum M658/M558 (600 peak brightness and 90 dimming zones)

4. M-Series Quantum M657/M557/M507/M437 (only 400 peak brightness and 20/16/12 dimming zones)

5. V-Series Quantum (what was previously E and D series in past years has been combined into this one product line)
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By the way, the peak brightness of this TV is over 2,900 nit, which is way brighter than most TV's (usually 300-400 nits) and way above the HDR 1000 (nits) requirement.

However, I am gonna wait a couple more weeks to see the reviews on the new TCL 8 series with their 1000 zones/25,000 leds.
I'm also wondering how the new 6 series is going to compare too. The 8 series is supposed to be priced higher than this and be better. The 6 series is suppose to be QLED like this Vizio now.
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Well well well, it is time to buy a new TV for me, do I take this chance and deal or wait for a better TV deal hm..
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Price extended through 10/3
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