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Costco Members: 65" VIZIO P65QX-H1 P-Series Quantum-X 4K HDR LED Smart TV EXPIRED

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Costco has 65" VIZIO P65QX-H1 P-Series Quantum-X 4K HDR LED Smart TV on sale for $1079.99 valid for Costco Members only. Shipping is free (set up is not included).

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Note, offer valid for Costco Members w/ an active membership

Key Features/Specs
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Refresh Rate: Clear Action 960
  • Motion Technology: Dynamic Motion Rate 240
  • VESA Mounting: 400x400mm
  • HDR: HDR 10 Plus
  • WiFi w/ Ethernet
  • Built-In Speakers w/ DTS Virtual:X
  • Smart TV Platform: SmartCast w/ Chromecast (works w/ Voice Assistants and Apple AirPlay)
    • Inputs
      • 4x HDMI
      • 1x USB
      • 1x Ethernet
      • 1x Component Video
      • 1x Composite Video
Warranty
  • This product is covered by a three years manufacture's warranty w/ purchase

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  • Purchase this unit today and save $420 Off (28% Savings) from the original MSRP of $1499.99
  • Setup fee is available for $19.99, otherwise, pricing may vary depending on checkout
  • This TV uses 384 local dimming zones w/ ultra bright 3000 + IQ Active Processor and ProGaming Engine
  • Offer valid through February 21, 2021 (via Sam's Club) or February 7, 2021 (via Costco Wholesale) or while promotion last
Additional Note
  • Please refer to the forum thread for additional details
  • You may check TV rating sites such as Rtings for full specs/reviews on this TV - Discombobulated
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Alternatively, Sam's Club also has 65" VIZIO P65QX-H1 P-Series Quantum-X 4K HDR LED Smart TV on sale for $1079.99 valid for Sam's Club Members only. Shipping is $79, otherwise, free shipping for Sam's Club Plus Members only.

Note, offer valid for Sam's Club Members w/ an active membership
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$420 off regular price, top model of the Vizio line. Recent firmware fixed the 4K 120hz problems.

https://www.samsclub.com/p/vizio-...product_30 > OOS, see FP for additional purchase options
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I have one of these. The picture is very, very nice. Unfortunately, the rest of it is crap. The OS sucks, there's no other way to say it. It crashes at times, it gives glitchy OS messages at times that have to be cleared by the remote, it's slower than molasses. It's generally a mess. I would NEVER, EVER recommend Vizio to anyone.
I bought last year model of this TV. I'll never buy a vizio again. I've had nothing but constant problems. You really get what you pay for. Rtings.com is right that when this TV works it looks amazing... But as an honest owner I can attest that isn't always the case
Distance between the feet is 50.87" if anyone is wondering.

Also, for the bad OS, that can be fixed by running off a $50 Google TV or fancy nVidia Shield Pro. Let the external device stream and be your interface. Smilie

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Same price at Costco.com. Will be replacing my Vizio PQ9 (slightly lower model) as the extra brightness (3000 vs 1200) and dimming zones (384 vs 200) should be worth the price difference of about $100-$180, depending on how much you bought the PQ9 for.
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tempting, thanks alot
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How does this compare to the LG Nano 91 series?
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I have one of these. The picture is very, very nice. Unfortunately, the rest of it is crap. The OS sucks, there's no other way to say it. It crashes at times, it gives glitchy OS messages at times that have to be cleared by the remote, it's slower than molasses. It's generally a mess. I would NEVER, EVER recommend Vizio to anyone.
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I bought last year model of this TV. I'll never buy a vizio again. I've had nothing but constant problems. You really get what you pay for. Rtings.com is right that when this TV works it looks amazing... But as an honest owner I can attest that isn't always the case
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How does this compare to the LG Nano 91 series?
Picture wise it's a great tv. But OS leaves a lot to be desired. Constant crashes, errors, and other problems leads me to avoid it
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Distance between the feet is 50.87" if anyone is wondering.

Also, for the bad OS, that can be fixed by running off a $50 Google TV or fancy nVidia Shield Pro. Let the external device stream and be your interface. Smilie
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I have one of these. The picture is very, very nice. Unfortunately, the rest of it is crap. The OS sucks, there's no other way to say it. It crashes at times, it gives glitchy OS messages at times that have to be cleared by the remote, it's slower than molasses. It's generally a mess. I would NEVER, EVER recommend Vizio to anyone.
I have last years pqx. It definitely gave me some similar problems at first and was having random shut offS. I called vizio, someone came and replaced a couple boards in it and now it runs perfect. I don't use the "smart tv part" and leave it on the same hdmi input because everything is switching through a receiver. I totally agree don't buy this tv with plans to use it for apps. Plan on buying a Apple TV, Roku or something similar.
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Speaking on behalf of the 2019 version here. I have not been able to fix constant slight screen dimming when subtitles appear and disappear. It's annoying because having the entire picture constantly adjust detracts from everything. The blooming, eapecially around subtitle text, is very bad. Sometimes, shadows appear blue and while I did investigate for a fix, haven't tried them yet. Frankly, I bought this TV because RTINGS gave it one of the highest scores next to the Q80R...until they readjusted all TV scores an all TV scores went down. I kind of feel back stabbed by RTINGS.
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Granted the most I usually use the OS is turning off and on or changing picture mode, but I just got a Vizio MQ7 (Vizio's upper-midrange) and haven't had noticeable errors or issues. What sorts of things are y'all doing when issues arise? I wanna check if mine has them too before my return window closes.
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Saw this at Costco and my god this is brighter than the Sun.
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I have one of these. The picture is very, very nice. Unfortunately, the rest of it is crap. The OS sucks, there's no other way to say it. It crashes at times, it gives glitchy OS messages at times that have to be cleared by the remote, it's slower than molasses. It's generally a mess. I would NEVER, EVER recommend Vizio to anyone.
So, if you're viewing all your media through an Xbox, PS5, Apple TV or whatever...its fine because you're not using the slow native OS.
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