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Costco Members: 65" VIZIO M65Q7-J01 M-Series Quantum 4K HDR Smart TV EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: 65" VIZIO M65Q7-J01 Class M-Series Quantum 4K HDR Smart TV on sale for $599.99. Shipping is free.

Sam's Club also has Members65" VIZIO M65Q7-J01 Class M-Series Quantum 4K HDR Smart TV on sale for $599.99Shipping is free.

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz (Dynamic Motion Rate 120)
  • High Dynamic Range Format: Dolby Vision, HDR10+, HDR10, HLG
  • Smart Platform: SmartCast
  • VESA Mount: 400x200
  • Inputs
    • 4x HDMI
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Digital Optical

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

at Costco for $599.99

https://www.costco.com/vizio-65%2...89616.html

Features:
3-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
IQ Active Processor
AMD FreeSync Technology and Dolby Vision
Works w/ Voice Assistants, Chromecast and Apple AirPlay
Screen Size: (64.5" Diag)
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Sam's Club [samsclub.com] also has the VIZIO 65" Class M-Series Quantum 4K HDR Smart TV - M65Q7-J01
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The P9 P65Q9-J01 looks like a LOT more TV for $899.99.
https://www.costco.com/.product.100835548.html
120hz Refresh Rate (Dynamic Motion Rate 240)
1200 nits
210 local dimming zones
https://www.vizio.com/en/tv/p-series/P65Q9-J01



Compared to this M7 with 32 dimming zones at 60hz and 700 nits, the latter is likely/partially why people complain about the HDR being dark. The 120hz works better with 24 fps which a bit of movies tend to be in (120/24=5 which doesn't make for partial frames like 60/24 does).

My experiences: My 2019 M8 (M658-G1) has 90 dimming zones, 60hz, and is 600 nits and could definetly be a lot brighter, movies with lots of dark scenes I often choose to watch in SDR mode. While the M7 is 17% brighter, I think having a third less zones might be a wash. I think in 2019 when I was looking at the P9, it was more like $1100 or $1200 and so then I was looking at the 75" for $1600-ish. I decided to go with the M8 for $600 and wait a few years for the tech to get cheaper for the bigger models.

If all you have is $600, then this isn't an option, but if you're comparing between the two and have the $900, it's got a lot of benefits. If I could pay $300 to upgrade mine, I'd do it in a heartbeat.
Here is rting's review
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...antum-2021
Says this VA panel has good contrast and freesync but poor local dimming.

Costco says this has hdmi 2.1 and 60 Hz refresh.

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Compared to the 65" LG UP7670?
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Here is rting's review
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...antum-2021
Says this VA panel has good contrast and freesync but poor local dimming.

Costco says this has hdmi 2.1 and 60 Hz refresh.
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Compared to the 65" LG UP7670?
Way better tho. I have the p65 series and its probably the best TV i have own by far.
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Any deals on 70 or 75"?
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Compare to the Hisense 65H8G1 or 65U6G posted a little while back?
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Been looking at those for a while. Looking to replace a dying Samsung 65" KS model.
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Way better tho. I have the p65 series and its probably the best TV i have own by far.
Unless you don't want to or can't sit with your TV straight ahead and at eye level. Or so days the off-angle testing Rtings does, where the LG's IPS screen does much better.
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Quote from jcchen88 :
Here is rting's review
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews...antum-2021
Says this VA panel has good contrast and freesync but poor local dimming.

Costco says this has hdmi 2.1 and 60 Hz refresh.
It has good contrast, but this tv is basically for dark rooms only. As the brightness peaks at 300 making this set useless
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Been looking at those for a while. Looking to replace a dying Samsung 65" KS model.
Lol you have one too? How bad is your ks8000. Mine isn't doing that much better either
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Lol you have one too? How bad is your ks8000. Mine isn't doing that much better either
This is the exact TV I have. I don't think the Mrs. is open to hearing about getting a replacement yet lol
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I have the p65 series and its probably the best TV i have own by far.
The P9 P65Q9-J01 looks like a LOT more TV for $899.99.
https://www.costco.com/.product.100835548.html
120hz Refresh Rate (Dynamic Motion Rate 240)
1200 nits
210 local dimming zones
https://www.vizio.com/en/tv/p-series/P65Q9-J01

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It has good contrast, but this tv is basically for dark rooms only. As the brightness peaks at 300 making this set useless
Compared to this M7 with 32 dimming zones at 60hz and 700 nits, the latter is likely/partially why people complain about the HDR being dark. The 120hz works better with 24 fps which a bit of movies tend to be in (120/24=5 which doesn't make for partial frames like 60/24 does).

My experiences: My 2019 M8 (M658-G1) has 90 dimming zones, 60hz, and is 600 nits and could definetly be a lot brighter, movies with lots of dark scenes I often choose to watch in SDR mode. While the M7 is 17% brighter, I think having a third less zones might be a wash. I think in 2019 when I was looking at the P9, it was more like $1100 or $1200 and so then I was looking at the 75" for $1600-ish. I decided to go with the M8 for $600 and wait a few years for the tech to get cheaper for the bigger models.

If all you have is $600, then this isn't an option, but if you're comparing between the two and have the $900, it's got a lot of benefits. If I could pay $300 to upgrade mine, I'd do it in a heartbeat.
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