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75" Vizio M75Q7-J03 M7 Series QLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV (2022 Model) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 75" Vizio M75Q7-J03 M7 Series QLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV (2022 model) on sale for $698. Shipping is free.

Walmart also has 75" Vizio M75Q7-J03 M7 Series QLED 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV (2022 model) on sale for $698. Shipping is free.

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  • Resolution: 3840 x 2160 (4K)
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz effective (Dynamic Motion Rate)
  • Response Time: 10ms
  • Dolby Vision, HDR10+
  • Active Full Array Backlight
  • AMD FreeSync support
  • 802.11ac WiFi 5 / Bluetooth 5.0
  • Two 10-watt speakers
  • VESA mounting support (400mm x 200mm)
  • 1-Year Warranty
  • Ports:
    • 4x HDMI 2.1
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Ethernet
    • 1x RF
    • 1x Analog Audio Output
    • 1x Digital Optical Audio Output (SPDIF)

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 75" Vizio M75Q7-J03 Class M7 Series Quantum LED 4K UHD Smart TV for $698.00. Shipping is free.

Price:
$500.00 lower (42% savings) than the previous price of $1198.00

Previous Popular Deal at $999.00 with +10 Deal Score and 16 comments.

Customer reviews:
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About this Item:
  • 4K Ultra HD - Over 8 million pixels for breathtaking detail. 4 times the resolution of 1080p!
  • Dolby Vision Bright Mode - You'll see even more lifelike accuracy, color saturation, black detail, and brightness in Dolby Vision Bright picture mode, thanks to color pixel tuning that ramps up depth and detail to new heights. M-Series also supports HDR10/+ and HLG formats.
  • Quantum Color - Next-generation QLED delivers cinematic color with over a billion hues of vibrant color.
  • Active Full Array with up to 32 Local Dimming Zones - Content-matching intelligent adjustment of the active full array backlight to deliver incredibly deep black levels for stunning depth and contrast.
  • Up to UltraBright 700 - 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.

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B094ML98NY [amazon.com]
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I bought the 55 inch M7 series from Walmart during their early BF deal this early November for $298. I've been using it for gaming on PS5, Switch and Netflix, no problems so far. I don't know what all the complaints with the laggy interface is from Amazon's reviews.

This TV also features Dolby Vision HDR, the black levels were actually pretty solid IMO, when streaming Netflix content. There's actually a logo in the top right corner that's specifies if the content is using Dolby Vision or HDR 10+ streaming from Netflix, Amazon Prime.

Just a heads up if you want to clear up the cache on the TV, this can be done by going to settings>admin and privacy>reboot TV. This will clear up any sluggish problems you are having.

The only issue I had was HDMI CEC, first not properly working. I had to disconnect all HDMI cables from my Switch, PS5 and reconnect the cables. Now, the HDMI CEC auto power has been working flawlessly!

TLDR, I would say it's a pretty good TV for gaming if you don't care for 120 HZ. It's also a solid choice for streaming Dolby Vision/HDR 10+ supported movies, TV shows!
You absolutely can tell a difference once you've played on 120
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Amazon has 75" VIZIO M-Series 4K QLED HDR Smart TV w/Voice Remote and HDR10+ (M75Q7-J03, 2022 Model) for $698.00. Shipping is free.

4K Ultra HD - Over 8 million pixels for breathtaking detail. 4 times the resolution of 1080p!
Dolby Vision Bright Mode - You'll see even more lifelike accuracy, color saturation, black detail, and brightness in Dolby Vision Bright picture mode, thanks to color pixel tuning that ramps up depth and detail to new heights. M-Series also supports HDR10/+ and HLG formats.
Quantum Color - Next-generation QLED delivers cinematic color with over a billion hues of vibrant color.
Active Full Array with up to 32 Local Dimming Zones - Content-matching intelligent adjustment of the active full array backlight to deliver incredibly deep black levels for stunning depth and contrast.
Up to UltraBright 700 - 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.

https://www.amazon.com/VIZIO-Chro...B094ML98NY

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I bought the 55 inch M7 series from Walmart during their early BF deal this early November for $298. I've been using it for gaming on PS5, Switch and Netflix, no problems so far. I don't know what all the complaints with the laggy interface is from Amazon's reviews.

This TV also features Dolby Vision HDR, the black levels were actually pretty solid IMO, when streaming Netflix content. There's actually a logo in the top right corner that's specifies if the content is using Dolby Vision or HDR 10+ streaming from Netflix, Amazon Prime.

Just a heads up if you want to clear up the cache on the TV, this can be done by going to settings>admin and privacy>reboot TV. This will clear up any sluggish problems you are having.

The only issue I had was HDMI CEC, first not properly working. I had to disconnect all HDMI cables from my Switch, PS5 and reconnect the cables. Now, the HDMI CEC auto power has been working flawlessly!

TLDR, I would say it's a pretty good TV for gaming if you don't care for 120 HZ. It's also a solid choice for streaming Dolby Vision/HDR 10+ supported movies, TV shows!
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Would prefer paying a little for a refurbished OLED but this is a good deal for an M series and the size
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I bought the 55 inch M7 series from Walmart during their early BF deal. I've been using it for gaming on PS5, Switch and Netflix, no problems so far. I don't know what all the complaints with the laggy interface is from Amazon's reviews.

Just a heads up if you want to clear up the cache on the TV, this can be done by going to settings>admin and privacy>reboot TV. This will clear up any sluggish problems you are having.

The only issue I had was HDMI CEC, first not properly working. I had to disconnect all HDMI cables from my Switch, PS5 and reconnect the cables. Now, the HDMI CEC auto power has been working flawlessly!

TLDR, I would say it's a pretty good TV for gaming if you don't care for 120 HZ.
HDMI CEC is the bane of my existence.
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Would prefer paying a little for a refurbished OLED but this is a good deal for an M series and the size
75 refurb oled for little more? EEK!
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I bought the 55 inch M7 series from Walmart during their early BF deal. I've been using it for gaming on PS5, Switch and Netflix, no problems so far. I don't know what all the complaints with the laggy interface is from Amazon's reviews.

Just a heads up if you want to clear up the cache on the TV, this can be done by going to settings>admin and privacy>reboot TV. This will clear up any sluggish problems you are having.

The only issue I had was HDMI CEC, first not properly working. I had to disconnect all HDMI cables from my Switch, PS5 and reconnect the cables. Now, the HDMI CEC auto power has been working flawlessly!

TLDR, I would say it's a pretty good TV for gaming if you don't care for 120 HZ.
You don't have to reboot the tv just go to the same menu and update device it will reboot and check for updates. Also enable quick start and last input used under settings.
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12-07-2022 at 10:52 AM.
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75 refurb oled for little more? EEK!
Would you rather have a 65" LG OLED refurb or a 75" Vizio LED? I think an OLED. And I have a vizio
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U guys love saying "60 htz" ..but u couldnt tell a 60 hz rate over a 120 hertz rate if your life depended on it...lol
You absolutely can tell a difference once you've played on 120
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12-07-2022 at 11:17 AM.
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Would you rather have a 65" LG OLED refurb or a 75" Vizio LED? I think an OLED. And I have a vizio
Size matters… have 75" Hisense U7H and 65" Sony A90k OLED and while Sony looks sharper. We never enjoy it as much as 75". Dollar for dollar not only is Hisense a better value it's also a better viewing experience.
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Would you rather have a 65" LG OLED refurb or a 75" Vizio LED? I think an OLED. And I have a vizio
I have 65 oled and I love it but what you wrote wasn't clear. People came here looking for 75 and you said you can get oled for little more. You didn't say 65 so.
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