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Costco-VIZIO 65" Class - M-Series - 4K QUANTUM LED LCD TV $599

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Amazon has the MQ6 for same price. This is MQ7. Any idea what the difference is?

Edit: found this on Reddit from last year:

MQ7 is the better model than the Black Friday variant MQ6. MQ7 has 600 nits of brightness, 30 local dimming zones, and ProGaming Engine which gives you both ALLM and VRR/Freesync whereas the MQ6 let's just say it's pretty much the V-Series with Quantum Color Dot on it.
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Amazon has the MQ6 for same price. This is MQ7. Any idea what the difference is?

Edit: found this on Reddit from last year:

MQ7 is the better model than the Black Friday variant MQ6. MQ7 has 600 nits of brightness, 30 local dimming zones, and ProGaming Engine which gives you both ALLM and VRR/Freesync whereas the MQ6 let's just say it's pretty much the V-Series with Quantum Color Dot on it.
7 has one more hdmi port and has dimmable backlighting zones and advanced motion processing
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7 has one more hdmi port and has dimmable backlighting zones and advanced motion processing
Motion processing? Is that what makes everything seem like a telenovela? (The hyper-real fast motion effects?)
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Motion processing? Is that what makes everything seem like a telenovela? (The hyper-real fast motion effects?)
All those should be disabled, justs make the picture look very bad.
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This or Amazon Fire TV 65" Omni Series ?
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This or Hisense 65" Class - U6GR5 Series - 4K ULED LCD TV (@Costco $649)
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Quote from SkillfulMeal4310 :
This or Hisense 65" Class - U6GR5 Series - 4K ULED LCD TV (@Costco $649)

Very poor reviews of this Black Friday variant, stay away from it.
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i can't seem to find confirmation, but is Vizio's "Quantum LED" equivalent to "QLED"?
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I went to Costco to buy this and changed my mind and bought sony x81ch 65 inch for 750. Picture is much sharper and bright in Sony. I thought quantam led is latest tech and will be great but did not like at first sight
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I bought this exact TV the last time it was on sale at Costco in October and absolutely love it.

I'm really just an average consumer who wanted to watch movies, TV shows and sports and so far it's excelled at all of those.

Edit 12/2: Just wanted to edit to this that I noticed a dead pixel near the center of my TV last night and getting Costco to replace it was a breeeeeeze.
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