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Sam's Club Plus Members: 65" VIZIO PX65-G Quantum X 4K UHD HDR Smart TV EXPIRED

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Sam's Club.com has for their Members: 65" VIZIO PX65-G Quantum X 4K UHD HDR Smart TV for $999. Shipping is free for Plus Members. Thanks inani49

Note, must be a Sam's Club Plus Member and signed into your account to purchase at sale price with free shipping, otherwise is cost prohibitive at $79.

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 240Hz
  • Quantum Dots, Smartcast 3.0, 384 Zone Local Dimming
    • Inputs
      • 5x HDMI
      • 1x Component/Composite (shared)
      • 1x USB
      • 1x Ethernet
      • 1x Digital Optical Audio
      • 1x RF
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Sale valid through February 2 or while supplies last. As a Plus Member, you also earn 3x Cash Rewards on this purchase. -slickdewmaster

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Vizio 65" LED P SeriesQuantumX 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV PX65-G1 2019

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

Features:
Quantum Dot Color: 165% More Color
Brightest Picture with UltraBright 3000
Deep Contrast 384 Local Dimming Zones
Works w/Google Assistant, Alexa & Apple AirPlay
Screen Size: (64.5" Diag.)

https://www.samsclub.com/p/vizio-...T_LF_TVs_5
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No it's not. Poor off axis angles. Poor upconversion of cable and satellite channels. Some issues with screen uniformity.

Many would take the Sony X950G or Samsung 80/90 series over this. Especially those who watch a lot of 720p or 1080i and have a large room with a lot of seating in the room.

Still a great price for a very bright set and very good picture if you get a good panel.
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You guys need to stop taking everything Rtings says as gospel and see for yourself in store on any set you're considering.

Outside of plasma, rear projection, and CRT, there's no such thing as perfect uniformity. LED/OLED all of them are going to have faults to a certain extent. Also, I've yet to see Rtings address the panel lottery issue that plagues so many TCL's and to a lesser extent, all manufacturers. The fact that they rate the 6 Series TCL so high yet haven't even mentioned the gamble you're taking, gives me reason to not put so much stock into their testing.
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I bought this TV for my living room around cyber Monday (my 6 year old Vizio P series died). It was about this price at Costco. I've had no issues and it has a great picture. You cannot beat it for this price range.
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Vizio 65 P Series Quantum X PX65-G1 2019 $999 @ Sam's Club.
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Ratings link is either phony or non existent, lol
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Ratings link is either phony or non existent, lol
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...tum-x-2019 I think this is the one
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It's basically the best tv you can buy that's not oled
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I bought this TV for my living room around cyber Monday (my 6 year old Vizio P series died). It was about this price at Costco. I've had no issues and it has a great picture. You cannot beat it for this price range.
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It's basically the best tv you can buy that's not oled
No it's not. Poor off axis angles. Poor upconversion of cable and satellite channels. Some issues with screen uniformity.

Many would take the Sony X950G or Samsung 80/90 series over this. Especially those who watch a lot of 720p or 1080i and have a large room with a lot of seating in the room.

Still a great price for a very bright set and very good picture if you get a good panel.
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No it's not. Poor off axis angles. Poor upconversion of cable and satellite channels. Some issues with screen uniformity.

Many would take the Sony X950G or Samsung 80/90 series over this. Especially those who watch a lot of 720p or 1080i and have a large room with a lot of seating in the room.

Still a great price for a very bright set and very good picture if you get a good panel.
I believe we are picking hairs here. Rtings and CNET put this tv above those. Either way, all great TVs. I got no horse in the race, I just bought the LG Oled65b8 for $750, lol.

Btw, go Buckeyes!!
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I got it during an early November sale and I love it. I used my iRite and hcfr to calibrate it for non hdr content and it's beautiful. I actually don't have huge issues with off center viewing like I thought I would, though I do notice Grey uniformity issues occasionally. If you're on the edge, I'd say get it and you can always return it.
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Did Vizio ever fixed vertical banding issues grey strips during fast moving bright sceenes like sky)?
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I believe we are picking hairs here. Rtings and CNET put this tv above those. Either way, all great TVs. I got no horse in the race, I just bought the LG Oled65b8 for $750, lol.

Btw, go Buckeyes!!
Where did you get a b8 for 750?
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