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65" Vizio D65UD2 4K UHD Smart LED HDTV EXPIRED

Posted 11-13-2015 by yjislander at 10:04 PM
Sam'sClub.com has 65" Vizio D65UD2 4K UHD Smart LED HDTV on sale for $998. Shipping is free. Thanks yjislander

Non-members may purchase 1-Year Sam's Club Membership for $45 (leave box checked during checkout) to make total $1043

Specs
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Inputs:
    • 5x HDMI
    • 1x Component
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x Tuner
    • 1x USB
    • 1x Ethernet

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Written by Randy71

Our research indicates that the 65" Vizio D65UD2 4K UHD Smart LED HDTV is $302 less (23.25% savings) for those with existing Sam's Club Membership or $257 less (19.75% savings) for those who are purchasing Sam's Club Memberships than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $1300. - Randy71

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Edited November 14, 2015 at 06:18 AM by annie930ny
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Sams club 11/14 sale vizio 65" 4K tv $998 free shipping model d65u-d2. Shipping is free

120hz 5 hdmi ports
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Last Edited by ak2pacalypse November 19, 2015 at 01:29 PM
Thank you for your recent inquiry with VIZIO. I would be more than happy to help you. Here at VIZIO we do offer best in class technical support.

The TV has a 60Hz panel with a 120Hz Effective refresh rate.

Edit: I spoke with them on chat and they asked an upper level tech who said it was a 120hz panel. *shrugs*

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my current Vizio is still going strong for about 8 years (knock on wood). I'm biting the bullet on this one as this is a decent deal. Hopefully it's a good one.
Anecdotal evidence is pretty worthless. Vizio is the most popular brand in North America, so of course there are lots of people out there that have had problems.

The average repair rate for all TVs is 3% according to Consumer Reports. The repair rate for Vizio is 3%. They have perfectly average reliability, and given the price point I'd say that's pretty decent.
Is that a joke? Irrespective, it's feakin' hilarious! LMAO
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my current Vizio is still going strong for about 8 years (knock on wood). I'm biting the bullet on this one as this is a decent deal. Hopefully it's a good one.
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I've had great luck out of my vizio 60" from Sams Black Friday 2013, but I understand that some people hold out for the bigger brand names. It's just nice to buy these from sams club with a plus membership, so you can buy the warranty and get the extra year free.
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this is a model they made specifically for retailers this holiday season, not gonna find much in reviews for it. best buy will have for 998 on black friday.
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Has anyone actually seen this model in person? Wondering how it compares to the M-Series. Is it worth it to pay $500 more for the M-Series?
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I had a Vizio plasma last for like 7 years, that said I've moved on to Samsung and couldn't be happier. Also, I just read something about Vizio smart TVs selling your watching history.
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I don't know, if I'm gonna drop 900 bucks it better have a good track record cause my wife works damn hard for that money!
Is that a joke? Irrespective, it's feakin' hilarious! LMAO
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I picked up a Vizio few weeks ago and must say it's been quite dissapointing (M series) and my TV will be going back to Sams. Netflix video caused the whole TV to become paralyzed & completely unresponsive, requiring a hard reset.

Also Vizio does not give a damn about your personal information. Even if you opt out they WILL harvest data about what you're watching and sell it. Now that they got called out on their BS - they've got a software update that'll allegedly respect consumer's privacy preferences

https://www.extremetech.com/extre...icy-or-not

Every single one of their TVs shipped to date are affected and unless your 'tech savvy' enough to update, the Vizio "smartTVs" in your home will continue to mine & sell your personal viewing data to 3rd parties. This is grounds for a class action lawsuit.
Keep in mind this was a completley intentional decision by the manufacturer to violate consumer rights. Avoid Vizio.

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In filing for its $172.5 million IPO, low-cost TV maker Vizio (VZIO) discloses why it sells so many TVs at such piddling margins: It's all about seeding the marketplace with data-collection devices.
In its Form S-1 IPO filing with the SEC, Vizio notes it has sold 65 million TVs since the company launched in 2002, of which 15 million are "smart," or Internet-connectable. Some 61% of the smart TVs – about 8 million of them – are actually connected to the Internet, according to the filing.

Vizio isn't really luring investors with promises of really good TVs. That prospect is buried in its plans to deliver customer data, monitoring tools and e-commerce platforms to advertisers and online resellers.


http://www.cepro.com/article/back...omer_data/
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I bout the $998 70" BF Vizio at Walmart in 2013 and the panel went out exactly one day before the 1 year warranty was up, Vizio picked up the old TV and replaced it with a brand new 2014 model at the same time. Their panels may or may not suck but their warranty (at least with me) was A1
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What little I have seen of this tv looked nice, but I'm not a tv expert by no means. Not a whole lot of reviews out there for it, but seemed like a great price for a 4K tv of this size.
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