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65" VIZIO OLED65-H1 4K UHD OLED SmartCast TV EXPIRED

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Best Buy has 65" VIZIO OLED65-H1 4K UHD OLED SmartCast TV on sale for $1499.99. Shipping is free to qualifying locations, otherwise, select free curbside pickup where available.

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • HDR 10, HDR 10+, Dolby Vision, Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG)
  • Works With: Apple HomeKit, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri
  • Ports:
    • 4x HDMI
    • 1x USB 2.0
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x Digital Optical Audio Output
    • Ethernet

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I owned one of the OLEDs and returned it at the end of my return period for the LG CX, just be aware that VRR/120 still isn't working properly. There's an avsforum and a /r/VIZIO_Official sureddit where it's very well documented. Not to mention that there's still settings that have problems saving.

LG CX/C1 is a VERY mature TV at this point, has the built in channel guide for OTA content, the Vizio does not. The built in speakers are MUCH better than the Vizio, IF you're someone that isn't thinking about a sound bar. The Magic Mouse thing is pretty awesome, I wasn't a fan based on researching, but damn it's awesome to have. The CX is thinner by whatever millimeters.

I bought my CX at $1950 price point but as the C1 is already listed on Amazon and a few other places, I feel like it will dip down to $1850 again at least.

Just my thoughts as a past OLED owner, it's a gen 1 with Vizio. I def wanted to like it, especially since I bought it at the $1499 price point, but glad I switched.
Your..... post....needs...more...... periods......
Yeah exactly. Who buys an oled and then doesnt use a home theatre setup or at least a soundbar. I understand being frugal but if that's the case, why get an oled to begin with. Not like OTA stuff is even going to look better on oled bc the source signal is not 4k and compressed

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I owned one of the OLEDs and returned it at the end of my return period for the LG CX, just be aware that VRR/120 still isn't working properly. There's an avsforum and a /r/VIZIO_Official sureddit where it's very well documented. Not to mention that there's still settings that have problems saving.

LG CX/C1 is a VERY mature TV at this point, has the built in channel guide for OTA content, the Vizio does not. The built in speakers are MUCH better than the Vizio, IF you're someone that isn't thinking about a sound bar. The Magic Mouse thing is pretty awesome, I wasn't a fan based on researching, but damn it's awesome to have. The CX is thinner by whatever millimeters.

I bought my CX at $1950 price point but as the C1 is already listed on Amazon and a few other places, I feel like it will dip down to $1850 again at least.

Just my thoughts as a past OLED owner, it's a gen 1 with Vizio. I def wanted to like it, especially since I bought it at the $1499 price point, but glad I switched.
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I owned one of the OLEDs and returned it at the end of my return period for the LG CX, just be aware that VRR/120 still isn't working properly. There's an avsforum and a /r/VIZIO_Official sureddit where it's very well documented. Not to mention that there's still settings that have problems saving.

LG CX/C1 is a VERY mature TV at this point, has the built in channel guide for OTA content, the Vizio does not. The built in speakers are MUCH better than the Vizio, IF you're someone that isn't thinking about a sound bar. The Magic Mouse thing is pretty awesome, I wasn't a fan based on researching, but damn it's awesome to have. The CX is thinner by whatever millimeters.

I bought my CX at $1950 price point but as the C1 is already listed on Amazon and a few other places, I feel like it will dip down to $1850 again at least.

Just my thoughts as a past OLED owner, it's a gen 1 with Vizio. I def wanted to like it, especially since I bought it at the $1499 price point, but glad I switched.
So, if I buy a digital antenna the LG CX will have a channel guide for it? Anyway to use the built in guide to DVR OTA stuff to an external drive or usb drive?
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So, if I buy a digital antenna the LG CX will have a channel guide for it? Anyway to use the built in guide to DVR OTA stuff?
Yep! And no, I haven't found a way to DVR the OTA stuff. Which is annoying, my mom has a sharp tv and if she just plugs in a flash drive and turns her OTA into a DVR.
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Quote from jrlcopy :
I owned one of the OLEDs and returned it at the end of my return period for the LG CX, just be aware that VRR/120 still isn't working properly. There's an avsforum and a /r/VIZIO_Official sureddit where it's very well documented. Not to mention that there's still settings that have problems saving.

LG CX/C1 is a VERY mature TV at this point, has the built in channel guide for OTA content, the Vizio does not. The built in speakers are MUCH better than the Vizio, IF you're someone that isn't thinking about a sound bar. The Magic Mouse thing is pretty awesome, I wasn't a fan based on researching, but damn it's awesome to have. The CX is thinner by whatever millimeters.

I bought my CX at $1950 price point but as the C1 is already listed on Amazon and a few other places, I feel like it will dip down to $1850 again at least.

Just my thoughts as a past OLED owner, it's a gen 1 with Vizio. I def wanted to like it, especially since I bought it at the $1499 price point, but glad I switched.
You use your TV differently than I think most that buy OLEDs will
1. You use an OTA antenna
2. You use the TV's internal speakers

I am going to bet the typical OLED buyer uses a service such as Direct TV/Cable and that the TV is part of a home theater system ( or perhaps a sound bar)
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You use your TV differently than I think most that buy OLEDs will
1. You use an OTA antenna
2. You use the TV's internal speakers

I am going to bet the typical OLED buyer uses a service such as Direct TV/Cable and that the TV is part of a home theater system ( or perhaps a sound bar)
Yeah exactly. Who buys an oled and then doesnt use a home theatre setup or at least a soundbar. I understand being frugal but if that's the case, why get an oled to begin with. Not like OTA stuff is even going to look better on oled bc the source signal is not 4k and compressed
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I owned one of the OLEDs and returned it at the end of my return period for the LG CX, just be aware that VRR/120 still isn't working properly. There's an avsforum and a /r/VIZIO_Official sureddit where it's very well documented. Not to mention that there's still settings that have problems saving.

LG CX/C1 is a VERY mature TV at this point, has the built in channel guide for OTA content, the Vizio does not. The built in speakers are MUCH better than the Vizio, IF you're someone that isn't thinking about a sound bar. The Magic Mouse thing is pretty awesome, I wasn't a fan based on researching, but damn it's awesome to have. The CX is thinner by whatever millimeters.

I bought my CX at $1950 price point but as the C1 is already listed on Amazon and a few other places, I feel like it will dip down to $1850 again at least.

Just my thoughts as a past OLED owner, it's a gen 1 with Vizio. I def wanted to like it, especially since I bought it at the $1499 price point, but glad I switched.
The LG's apparently have some issues too with VRR flickering. I was trying to decide between the 2 and ended up going with the LG CX anyways despite the issues I've read online and have been happy with my purchase. I know the newer models are soon to be released though so if you can hold off you might be able to get a better deal.
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Buy this if you're looking to return it within a week.
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Yeah exactly. Who buys an oled and then doesnt use a home theatre setup or at least a soundbar. I understand being frugal but if that's the case, why get an oled to begin with. Not like OTA stuff is even going to look better on oled bc the source signal is not 4k and compressed
You would be surprised how many people use what's included in the TV. They're swayed by the demo at the store that shows the vibrant colors against the pure black background and pushed beyond their budget to get "that look". And sure OTA stuff won't look better, but lots of people do have Netflix or some other streaming service that does.

What I care about is will this TV look comparable to a LG or Sony model, keeping in mind the the others are $500-700 more (depending on size). Or even the LG BX which is only $300 more. VRR is not concern of mine as it apparently is with some people, I just want the best image possible at a particular price point.

FYI, 4k OTA is popping up around the country, and OTA is not compressed unlike cable/satellite.
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You use your TV differently than I think most that buy OLEDs will
1. You use an OTA antenna
2. You use the TV's internal speakers

I am going to bet the typical OLED buyer uses a service such as Direct TV/Cable and that the TV is part of a home theater system ( or perhaps a sound bar)
I think a lot more people than you realize use an OTA antenna. I use a streaming service for live tv but I also use an antenna because sometime there is problems with the service, and some live streaming services don't always carry local channels for news or sports. A lot of people I know that have higher end TVs and also use OTA antennas once they ditched cable for all internet streaming services. I do agree a lot of people buying this tv are probably buying a soundbar too if they don't have one but its still good info to know.
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