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65" Vizio OLED65-H1 4K UHD SmartCast TV EXPIRED

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Best Buy has 65" Vizio OLED65-H1 4K UHD SmartCast TV for $1499.99. Shipping is free. Thanks ranova

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Smart Platform: Vizio SmartCast
  • HDR: HDR 10, HDR10+, Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG)
  • Ports:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x Digital Audio Out
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Looks like best buy is having a big vizio sale and the new oled is part of it. Not sure if this was a mistake on Best Buy's part to discount both the new Elevate sound bar and the new OLED

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/vizi...Id=6416848

This uses LG oled panels.

Comparison between the Vizio OLED and LG CX: https://youtu.be/2RIGWc7CQZw

RTings review:
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews.../oled-2020



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I was researching this vs the CX and in the end went with the CX from Costco for $350 more. From reviews it seems like Vizio is using panels similar to the BX from LG.

- Doesn't have as high peak HDR brightness
- CX has better black frame insertion
- VRR seems poor or not working properly according to rtings
- slightly higher input lag, but it's less than a frame at 60hz
- I hate Vizio's app system. My current Vizio I had to switch to a fire cube.

One thing I also liked about the CX is the 3.5mm audio out which I use sometimes on my current TV. Won't matter to 99% of people.

It may be an LG panel, but it's not the same as the CX, maybe BX.
Rtings does direct measurements of the displays. It just is what it is. They didn't guess and say "Well we think the Vizio doesn't get as bright as the CX".
Best Buy is the only one that covers burn in hence why it costs more.

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Used LG OLED panels?
Uses... Yes
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I was researching this vs the CX and in the end went with the CX from Costco for $350 more. From reviews it seems like Vizio is using panels similar to the BX from LG.

- Doesn't have as high peak HDR brightness
- CX has better black frame insertion
- VRR seems poor or not working properly according to rtings
- slightly higher input lag, but it's less than a frame at 60hz
- I hate Vizio's app system. My current Vizio I had to switch to a fire cube.

One thing I also liked about the CX is the 3.5mm audio out which I use sometimes on my current TV. Won't matter to 99% of people.

It may be an LG panel, but it's not the same as the CX, maybe BX.
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I was researching this vs the CX and in the end went with the CX from Costco for $350 more. From reviews it seems like Vizio is using panels similar to the BX from LG.

- Doesn't have as high peak HDR brightness
- CX has better black frame insertion
- VRR seems poor or not working properly according to rtings
- slightly higher input lag, but it's less than a frame at 60hz
- I hate Vizio's app system. My current Vizio I had to switch to a fire cube.

One thing I also liked about the CX is the 3.5mm audio out which I use sometimes on my current TV. Won't matter to 99% of people.

It may be an LG panel, but it's not the same as the CX, maybe BX.
They all use the same panel... There is no difference between panels this year. They only manufactured 1 panel. However, in image quality, processing and color grading, there can be a difference out of the box. That being said, these sets are also capable of full image calibration which make them closer to the same... On paper at least.
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They all use the same panel... There is no difference between panels this year. They only manufactured 1 panel. However, in image quality, processing and color grading, there can be a difference out of the box. That being said, these sets are also capable of full image calibration which make them closer to the same... On paper at least.
The panels have to be slightly varying in quality, there's no backlight. The Vizio doesn't hit the peak brightness in HDR that the CX or the older models C9/C8 according to rtings' testing.
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The panels have to be slightly varying in quality, there's no backlight. The Vizio doesn't hit the peak brightness in HDR that the CX or the older models C9/C8 according to rtings' testing.
To each thier own, but his review says different.

https://youtu.be/Avifti42TSU
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To each thier own, but his review says different.

https://youtu.be/Avifti42TSU
Rtings does direct measurements of the displays. It just is what it is. They didn't guess and say "Well we think the Vizio doesn't get as bright as the CX".
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The CX has is noticeably better and worth an extra few hundred dollars
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5 year geek squad is $329. The costco LG OLED comes with a 5 year warranty. You get the LG effectively for $20 more. I haven't compared the costco All-State warranty with geek squad's warranty though.
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5 year geek squad is $329. The costco LG OLED comes with a 5 year warranty. You get the LG effectively for $20 more. I haven't compared the costco All-State warranty with geek squad's warranty though.
Best Buy is the only one that covers burn in hence why it costs more.
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I like to live on the edge... In for an open box without extended warranty. It's to dim to burn in anyways.
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5 year geek squad is $329. The costco LG OLED comes with a 5 year warranty. You get the LG effectively for $20 more. I haven't compared the costco All-State warranty with geek squad's warranty though.
Best Buy Geek Squad covers burn in. All-state does not.
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