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Vizio 65" Class - PX-Series - 4K UHD Quantum LED LCD TV

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Cheapest I've seen it in a while, but not the cheapest it's ever been. $1,069.99

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How does this measure up to the TCL 65R625 for 699?
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How does this measure up to the TCL 65R625 for 699?
Is there an active sale of that one for 699?
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How does this measure up to the TCL 65R625 for 699?
How does a Camry measure up to an ES350?

Go on Rtings.
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Is there an active sale of that one for 699?
I saw this on sale at Rakuten/shop.com
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Am I crazy or is the P series @ 900 an even better deal?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RDMKQQD/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_awdo_ZSaeEbNGNV5RF
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Am I crazy or is the P series @ 900 an even better deal?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RDMK...eEbNGNV5RF
That's also a good deal and was the BF price.
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Am I crazy or is the P series @ 900 an even better deal?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RDMK...eEbNGNV5RF
Two differences counts for the price gap. 1. PX is better than P in quality. 2. Costco warranty. For the small price difference (15%ish), I would go with Costco.
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Two differences counts for the price gap. 1. PX is better than P in quality. 2. Costco warranty. For the small price difference (15%ish), I would go with Costco.
Thanks for the input! Definitely agree on the advantages of going with Costco in general. I think rtings actually have the P a better rating even though PX is the new model.

I'm going to be pulling the trigger on a new TV sometime in the next month and just wanted to make sure I wasn't overlooking something with that Amazon P series price.
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Stay away unless you like sluggish OS and blooming. https://imgur.com/gallery/uuHwnGQ
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Stay away unless you like sluggish OS and blooming. https://imgur.com/gallery/uuHwnGQ
That's about as bad as blooming onions get. Thanks!
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That's about as bad as blooming onions get. Thanks!
The PX-65 for $1069 is a lot brighter than the regular P-series P659-G1 model for $899 (regular price). Charts on www.rtings.com indicate that the LCD panels are completely different because color shift from viewing angle changes are very very different on the PX-65 vs. the P659-G1 (Normal P Quantum) model. Most retailers sell the PX-65 for $1300+, so the costco deal is a real steal. Don't be fooled by retailers charging $1000+ for the P659-G1; you want to make sure to get the 'X' model which competes with Sony 950 and Samsung Q80/Q90.

The PX-65 is rated about 5 points higher than the TCL 613/617 (costco model), and about 4 points higher than TCL 625 at www.rtings.com. The PX-65 certainly gets bright as blazes and has way more tech (apple airplay and homelink and integrates with alexa; both models have chromecast). The PX-65 user interface is trying to be like Roku with its own PLUTO channel (=Roku channel) but it's not great, i.e. YouTube hangs during startup for us a lot and we have to power-cycle the TV. I had a very high end samsung TV from 2008 (LN52A850 = Q80 back then) so I bought the PX65, to make certain it would be better in at least 3 ways (HDR vs. samsung's 2008 'high color gamut', brightness of 650 vs 500 on the samsung, and 65" vs. 52" on the samsung). If you already have a very premium TV get the PX-65, If you just have a normal TV or a 1080p you will be extremely happy with the 613/617 or 625 model from TCL. The Roku user interface is unbeatable.

Note that just because you have a 4K TV doesn't mean you can AFFORD to watch 4K. We found that our 1TB streaming cap would be exhausted by watching just 2.5 hours of 4K video per month on YouTube. So don't expect to get the full benefit of the 4K TV with today's streaming sources, almost all broadband providers are milking customers for extra $$$ if they stream 4K, just like netflix does.

Blooming on the PX-65 is hit-or-miss, I'd say that in 99% of fullscreen viewing there is NO noticeable blooming. Very often when there is a bright-white title page with black all around it, the FALD circuitry will over-brighten the whites causing blooming. This is NO trouble as it just doesn't happen during regular viewing, and I don't give a crap about a little blooming for black & white credits pages. All FALD TVs have blooming problems because guess what? They are not OLED TVs but they will last 10x longer than OLED TVs, too !
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