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VIZIO 85" Class - PQX-Series - 4K Quantum LED LCD TV at costco $2479.99 + tax. $2479.99

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Same price as Amazon. 🤷🏻 ♂️
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This or Sony x900h? I'm leaning towards the Sony for brand value and reliability
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This or Sony x900h? I'm leaning towards the Sony for brand value and reliability

The Vizio gets a lot brighter and looks better for HDR. Checkout the rtings comparison
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nice! need a deal on the 75 now
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The Vizio gets a lot brighter and looks better for HDR. Checkout the rtings comparison
Thanks, how about the reliability?
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nice! need a deal on the 75 now

me too waiting all time for itApplauseApplause
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This or Sony x900h? I'm leaning towards the Sony for brand value and reliability
With larger sizes like this I would go with a Samsung or a Sony IMO. Seems like Vizio has a hard time even making a uniform screen in a 65" size, can only imagine how much DSE this thing has. But I'm sure this thing looks great on paper. If you're dead set on this TV I would wait until a bunch of user reviews come rolling in on this and then decide. There's a couple of reviews on Costco for this TV (mostly positive but don't go into detail much) and a not so positive one on Amazon (mostly complains about upscaling which does suck on vizios - probably even more disappointing on such a large screen). My biggest gripe with Vizio though is their long term reliability.
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With larger sizes like this I would go with a Samsung or a Sony IMO. Seems like Vizio has a hard time even making a uniform screen in a 65" size, can only imagine how much DSE this thing has. But I'm sure this thing looks great on paper. If you're dead set on this TV I would wait until a bunch of user reviews come rolling in on this and then decide. There's a couple of reviews on Costco for this TV (mostly positive but don't go into detail much) and a not so positive one on Amazon (mostly complains about upscaling which does suck on vizios - probably even more disappointing on such a large screen). My biggest gripe with Vizio though is their long term reliability.
Great, this is what I thought as well. I'll get the x900h!
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No 8K, no buy at 85"
Without any content available, buying an 8k would be waste of money.
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Thanks, how about the reliability?
Since It comes with the extra warranty for 3+ years who cares about reliability?
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This or Sony x900h? I'm leaning towards the Sony for brand value and reliability
I have the Sony 85". The picture is amazing. I Running 120fps on PS5 and Xbox series X using HDMI 2.1.
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Thanks, how about the reliability?
Use your Costco visa card and buy the $99 allstate/squaretrade warranty at time of purchase and the warranty will be EIGHT YEARS. Then you don't care about reliability. I had a PQ65" a couple years ago that died, and now I have a Sony 75" X900F and it's been great (visio only made 65's at the time). That being said, the PQ was vastly brighter on not just HDR content, but everything in general. I'm probably going to use this as an excuse to upgrade to 85" and get the brightness that I really, dearly miss. The only things where the Sony beats the pants off the vizio are upscaling from 720p or below, and the Sony Android interface is amazing. Vizio's smartcast is really lacking as far as native apps go. You have to cast to it with a device for a lot of things, which means you need an nvidia shield TV or something along those lines to get all the apps and content.

Side by side, the Vizio flat out looks WAY better, brighter, and fancier than the Sony after you get it calibrated and dialed in. If you watch lots of old content and don't have an external device (like the nvidia shield) to upscale, go with the Sony.
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Without any content available, buying an 8k would be waste of money.
Agreed. 8K is so silly right now. It's already a humongous tech hurdle to stream 4K Content online. 8K would be even worse.
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