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Give it some more time. Vizio has taken a step in making oled but they're not ready for primetime yet due to software and subpar image processing
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If getting a 65 might as well get an lg cx from Costco for 1850, but the 55 vizio is quite a bit less than a 55 lg.
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So I've had this TV since the first preview sale happened a about a week or 2 ago. The first set I got died in 2 hours, but that was just a lemon. Second one has been preforming phenomenally so far, I did watch a couple hours of 4:3 content and it had image retention from the letterboxes which went away by turning the TV off for about 15 minutes, but the temporary image retention is definitely a real problem and I don't think I've heard of problems with other brands OLED's . Firmware definitely has some issues still, but for a 900 dollar OLED its blown me away. Still keeping my eye out for any other issues, and wont hesitate to return it if I need to, but I'm really wanting to love this TV.
Can the image retention be permanent?
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Can the image retention be permanent?
Yep, but Geek Squad extended warranty does cover it
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I had bought this set a few weeks ago to use with my PS5. Note: the HDMI 2.1 ports simply do not work. Apparently Vizio is aware of it but no commitment on a fix, so I returned it and bought the LG CX. Very happy with the decision despite the extra $$.
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Xbox Series X users with this TV please chime in! Thanks
looks great but quirky - sometimes only the remote with it will turn it off and sometimes it hangs so needs turning off

i got it for the x series and ps5. x series works of i switch to 120vrr for the os but play a game and it goes blank.

the ps5 i have to force to hdmi 1.4 right. i'm forced to 1080p unless i use port 4 which will switch to 2.1 but doesn't support vrr 120.

still for $899 looks good Smilie
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Mannnn this is exactly what I was waiting for. Idk if I should buy this or wait til next year. Reading these comments has me second guessing it now. I wasn't able to score a PS5 anyways so I feel like I should just wait to see what comes up, but I don't think it'll beat this.
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I bought this in 55" last sale for my master bedroom and also have a LG C9 for the living room.

My take is it's a really good price and a solid performer. It does have some bugs that will hopefully get sorted out over time and the C9 does definitely outperform it. The image retention is there but not a big deal for me but I only use the TV once a day or so. It requires a lot more out of the box tweaking to get the picture right where my LG was plug and play like no TV I've had before.

The only major issue I have is in seeing judder in video when using my AppleTV 4K but not when I use native apps. I still need to do some troubleshooting but it might be able to fix it by getting a newer hdmi cable and changing ports on the TV.

Overall a great value but for a main TV I'd really have to consider a few hundred more for the LG. The out of box picture quality and color are hard to beat.
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There are still some problem in vizio's firmware, but sony lg vizio use same panel.
I doubt they use the "same" panels. LG makes all the OLED panels, and I suspect they keep the best ones for themselves and sell the lower quality ones to Vizio. Which is why Vizio is cheaper.
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Xbox Series X users with this TV please chime in! Thanks
I got it and it looks great, but the software is a little janky. When I turn VRR on on the Xbox, it turns the whole screen black but I learned it's because VRR isn't officially supported yet and will have a future update. Other than that 4K@120FPS is amazing in games like Halo MCC and Ori. Also PSA, the TV is set to HDMI 1.4 standard for some odd reason and it took me a while to figure out why my TV wasn't displaying HDR, 120fps, etc. on my Xbox.
You have to manually turn it to HDMI 2.1. But once that was fixed, the colors and details are pretty amazing. When you get to the software side there are a few annoyances.

CEC barely works. I turn on my Xbox and the TV will turn on with it 1/10 times. It does switch inputs when it's on perfectly. Like if I turn on my PS5 or Switch it'll switch inputs accordingly. It just doesn't want to turn on with the device.

This one is more the fault of Xbox but when you go home and go into a game, the screen turns black to turn HDR on and has the logo that says HDR10 every time. Also vice versa when you're going home, the screen turns black for a second. It's a little annoying because the Series X's home isn't 4K HDR which means it has to keep switching on and off and it's jarring when you do it often.

So all in all I'm loving this TV and for the price ($899 sale) it's been well worth it. Once some of the kinks are worked out, it will be an even better TV, but right now it's just what I needed.
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Great deal but I see there's only 1 USB input. Any suggestions for powering a few raspberry pi's for the other inputs?
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Mannnn this is exactly what I was waiting for. Idk if I should buy this or wait til next year. Reading these comments has me second guessing it now. I wasn't able to score a PS5 anyways so I feel like I should just wait to see what comes up, but I don't think it'll beat this.
Wait. Don't settle when purchasing a tv this expensive
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So i saw a comparison of this TV and LG CX by rtings and it doesn't look good. - https://youtu.be/2DJGJS534Ho

Skip to 5:00 and Vizio fails.
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Any thoughts on this or the X900H? I'm torn between the two.
I have had the x900h for about a month now. Its black levels may fall short of an OLED but not have to worry about burn in while playing PS5 is awesome. And the picture quality is great.
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Quote from larrydavid123 :
If getting a 65 might as well get an lg cx from Costco for 1850, but the 55 vizio is quite a bit less than a 55 lg.
It's OOS
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