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Vizio 65" Class - V-Series - 4K UHD LED LCD TV - $459.99

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Vizio 65" Class - V-Series - 4K UHD LED LCD TV for $459.99 at Costco.

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Pretty amazing deal for a 65" tv. Sure the V series is entry level, but it's not really all that bad of a tv.
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I saw the tv in person and it doesn't look like it gets bright at all.
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How does this one compare with the TCL 6 series?
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Looks like the 2021 model? I'm interested in the P series, as this is just their entry level set. I expect that Costco will have the M and P series for sale soon.
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Best Buy is $10 more for same model. Just for comparison on the savings. Hard to buy when the tcl 65" 6 series has been on sale buts it's been very illusive. I'm gonna hold out for the 6 series thanks for posting.
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How does this one compare with the TCL 6 series?
6 series is better in every way except price, as it costs considerably more.
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Looks like the 2021 model? I'm interested in the P series, as this is just their entry level set. I expect that Costco will have the M and P series for sale soon.
Yeah, waiting for the new M serial 65 in
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6 series is better in every way except price, as it costs considerably more.
My mistake. I meant the 4 series that is $10 more at Best Buy.
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Would this tv be decent for a home with no cable? I use a roof antenna.

I've noticed on my older Samsungs, that Prime Video and Netflix, have "muddy" colors. We are constantly adjusting the settings on everything, including tv. Thank you kindly!
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I saw the tv in person and it doesn't look like it gets bright at all.
The manufacturer specs say up to 250 nits full screen which it lower than the previous V-series, which was capable of 296 nits full screen. But on the positive side the 2021 65" V-Series only uses 19 watts compared to 33 watts for the previous V-series
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Would this tv be decent for a home with no cable? I use a roof antenna.

I've noticed on my older Samsungs, that Prime Video and Netflix, have "muddy" colors. We are constantly adjusting the settings on everything, including tv. Thank you kindly!
Vizio's do not have tuners built in, so no it would not.

this is apparently wrong, they still have their page up saying none of their tvs do, but the picture shows the antenna input so i am assuming it has it. I cant find a manual for this model as suggested below, but they are probably correct.
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Vizio's do not have tuners built in, so no it would not.
Read the specs or the manual before you comment this TV does have a tuner so yes you can use an antenna
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My mistake. I meant the 4 series that is $10 more at Best Buy.
They are pretty similar overall. Won't have crazy brightness or colors but gets the job done. I would lean towards 4 series if you like Roku and the Vizio if you like chrome cast or gaming (as the Vizio has variable refresh rate and free sync).
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They are pretty similar overall. Won't have crazy brightness or colors but gets the job done. I would lean towards 4 series if you like Roku and the Vizio if you like chrome cast or gaming (as the Vizio has variable refresh rate and free sync).
V series has a gaming engine but its not the Pro that has vrr, that one only comes with the M series and up

https://www.digitaltrends.com/hom...ase-dates/
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