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VIZIO - 50" to 75" Class M7 Series Quantum LED 4K UHD Smart TV - $499.99 to $999.99 w/ Free Shipping @ Best Buy

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Best Buy [bestbuy.com] has VIZIO - Class M7 Series Quantum LED 4K UHD Smart TV on sale. Shipping is free.

VIZIO - 50" Class M7 Series Quantum LED 4K UHD Smart TV [bestbuy.com] (M50Q7-J01) - $499.99

VIZIO - 55" Class M7 Series Quantum LED 4K UHD Smart TV [bestbuy.com] (M55Q7-J01) - $529.99

VIZIO - 58" Class M7 Series Quantum LED 4K UHD Smart TV [bestbuy.com] (M58Q7-J01) - $549.99

VIZIO - 70" Class M7 Series Quantum LED 4K UHD Smart TV [bestbuy.com] (M70Q7-J03) - $749.99

VIZIO - 75" Class M7 Series Quantum LED 4K UHD Smart TV [bestbuy.com] (M75Q7-J03) - $999.99

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  • Quantum Color
  • UltraBright 700 delivers bright, detailed highlights at up to 700 nits of peak brightness, more accurately reproducing the nuances in every picture and revealing fine details otherwise lost in light or dark areas of an image.
  • Automatically makes the latest console gameplay more responsive with Auto Game Mode, Variable Refresh Rate with AMD FreeSync, and the M-Series lowest input lag.
  • A lightning-fast IQ Active processor delivers superior picture processing, and the powerful and intelligent 4K upscaling engine shows your favorite HD entertainment in spectacular 4K quality.
  • 4K Ultra HD (2160p resolution)
  • Dolby Vision™ HDR
  • VIZIO SmartCast
  • VIZIO Voice
  • WatchFree+ is like cable TV, but streaming and free. Watch 100s of channels of live TV including news, sports, movies, TV shows and foreign language programming across an ever-expanding catalog. No logins. No subscriptions. No fees.
  • Apple AirPlay 2 and Chromecast Built-In
  • Active Full Array with 32 Local Dimming Zones
  • Dynamic Motion Rate 120
  • 3-side Bezel-less Design
  • 4 UHD/HDR-Ready HDMI Ports
  • DTS Virtual:X
  • USB Multimedia
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These TVs are a train wreck software wise. Definitely do some research before you consider buying a Vizio!
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Quote from SharpDeer386 :
These TVs are a train wreck software wise. Definitely do some research before you consider buying a Vizio!
I have a 2015 Vizio M Series that has never had an issue. Actually upgraded to a Hisense U8G and I'm returning the Hisense since it isn't really doing enough to justify it's existence in my living room compared to the Vizio.

Also, just FYI, for anyone looking at this TV model, the picture is very nice, but the viewing angles are insanely bad. Don't buy this for anything but head on viewing or you may regret it, AKA no fireplace mounting, no large living room with multiple off angle seats, etc.
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I've been watching this for the 65 and 70 models and these are the prices I was gonna definitely buy at. But as stated, I've heard of software nightmares and ended up going with the tcl r646.
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I have a 2015 Vizio M Series that has never had an issue. Actually upgraded to a Hisense U8G and I'm returning the Hisense since it isn't really doing enough to justify it's existence in my living room compared to the Vizio.

Also, just FYI, for anyone looking at this TV model, the picture is very nice, but the viewing angles are insanely bad. Don't buy this for anything but head on viewing or you may regret it, AKA no fireplace mounting, no large living room with multiple off angle seats, etc.
The U8G is light years ahead of any Vizio TV from 2015 in every single aspect.
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The U8G is light years ahead of any Vizio TV from 2015 in every single aspect.
As somebody who owns both things that we're talking about this equation I'm not really sure how you could influence my opinion with that general comment
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The real question is, Why TF does no one have the 65" tv in stock. I only see it at club sites.
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The 55" Vizio is currently cheaper at Target.

https://www.target.com/p/vizio-m6...A-82095992
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Quote from SlickSeagull3259 :
The 55" Vizio is currently cheaper at Target.

https://www.target.com/p/vizio-m6...A-82095992 [target.com]
That 55" at Target is the M6-Series that has a lot less features and is a step down from the M7-Series in this thread. For only $30 more this M7 is a much better buy.
https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/compare/vizio-m7-series-quantum-2021-vs-vizio-m6-series-quantum-2021... [rtings.com]
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Quote from wezlypipz :
As somebody who owns both things that we're talking about this equation I'm not really sure how you could influence my opinion with that general comment
It's not supposed to change your opinion. It was intended to point out that you may not be the most knowledgable TV user if you can't spot the massive difference between a 2015 low-end Vizio and one of the better mid-range TVs of 2021. HDR brightness, motion handling, the smart interface, color gamut - the U8G does virtually everything better than the 2015 M series by a significant margin.
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Quote from SharpDeer386 :
It's not supposed to change your opinion. It was intended to point out that you may not be the most knowledgable TV user if you can't spot the massive difference between a 2015 low-end Vizio and one of the better mid-range TVs of 2021. HDR brightness, motion handling, the smart interface, color gamut - the U8G does virtually everything better than the 2015 M series by a significant margin.
You would be mistaken but I'll leave it at that since this is going nowhere
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Bought an M series from Costco last season and it has been great. It was more than $100 cheaper, which is significant. That said, the price isn't bad. It's just not amazing.
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Would you guys recommend this Vizio or the Samsung TU7000? They're about the same price and I'm looking for around 60".

Just for watching tv in the bedroom, no gaming.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsung-60-class-tu7000-led-4k-uhd-smart-tizen-tv/6465636.p?skuId=6465636
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Quote from Cgrovatt :
The real question is, Why TF does no one have the 65" tv in stock. I only see it at club sites.
Yeah. I feel ya. I'm looking for a 65 too!~
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Quote from JayWhy1989 :
Would you guys recommend this Vizio or the Samsung TU7000? They're about the same price and I'm looking for around 60".

Just for watching tv in the bedroom, no gaming.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sams...Id=6465636
https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/c...shold=0.10

Seems to be THIS M7 is much better than the Tu7000.

This TV is becoming tempting to me now that I look at it. 58" vs 65" is big but not something that's a deal breaker for me. I may still buy the U7G Hisense though.
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