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YMMV Open-box VIZIO 65" MQX Series 4K QLED HDR Smart TV - As low as $328 at Best Buy

$328.00
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https://www.bestbuy.com/site/vizi...Id=6510138

Clearance open-box prices as follows:

Excellent - $384.99
Satisfactory - $353.99
Fair - $327.99

Key Specs:
4K (2160p)
65 inches
Dolby Vision, HDR 10, HDR 10+, Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG)
QLED
Full Array Local Dimming
120Hz
SmartCast
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JohnJ2996
09-14-2023 at 01:34 AM.
09-14-2023 at 01:34 AM.
Quote from R3DTR1X :
Ugh. Vizio no thanks. They are no longer relevant in the tv space

You would be lucky to have this TV.

Instant buy for anyone in the market with availability

it's better than a TCL s5 series, and everybody seems more money on those units when they go on sale

this Vizio is hot at this price
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09-14-2023 at 02:31 AM.

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09-14-2023 at 02:31 AM.
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I have three Vizios that aren't even hooked up. I can't even give them away.

Please stop thread crapping. You're providing negative value here.

Your Vizio ownership experience doesn't apply here. Even if it did, you made no real explanation as to why it was poor.

Your first comment was about the brand, as if quality is linked directly to the brand. It doesn't. It links to the model and tier of the model.

Your second comment doesn't even make sense. You have 3 Vizio that you can't give away. Are they broken? Which model are they? Are they the same model as this high tier Vizio? You can't compare your potential low end models with this mid range model

That's like comparing a Yaris with a Prius, which is over twice the price.

In any case, you provided none of that info. You're literally wasting all of our time with your nonsense.

It's going to be 4 comments, two from each of us, that's unhelpful to everybody reading this thread.
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09-14-2023 at 06:15 AM.
09-14-2023 at 06:15 AM.
Quote from JohnJ2996 :
Please stop thread crapping. You're providing negative value here.

Your Vizio ownership experience doesn't apply here. Even if it did, you made no real explanation as to why it was poor.

Your first comment was about the brand, as if quality is linked directly to the brand. It doesn't. It links to the model and tier of the model.

Your second comment doesn't even make sense. You have 3 Vizio that you can't give away. Are they broken? Which model are they? Are they the same model as this high tier Vizio? You can't compare your potential low end models with this mid range model

That's like comparing a Yaris with a Prius, which is over twice the price.

In any case, you provided none of that info. You're literally wasting all of our time with your nonsense.

It's going to be 4 comments, two from each of us, that's unhelpful to everybody reading this thread.
Vizio owner here, I bought the Vizio 55' inch MQ7 last Nov from Walmart during their BF sale for $299. It's actually my first QLED TV, the 27 dimming zones with up to 600 nit brightness really make it a great set for steaming Dolby Vision, HDR 10+ content on Netflix and Prime Video.

The V series is actually the worst of these 3. In terms of quality MQX > MQ7 > MQ6 > V series. With MQ6 you get QLED quantum colors but that set has no local dimming zones.

I also use the set for gaming on PS5 and love it! No problems with the TV set so far almost 1 year in!

Vizio has also rolled out a complete overhaul of its smart TV interface, and from what we've seen it both looks and works very much like one of the best streaming services, including Netflix, Prime Video, Apple TV.
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