Looking for a New TV

Discussion in 'Television Sets and Projectors' started by Troch77, Feb 16, 2017.

  1. Yes I keep leaning back towards Vizio.
    I may up my price a little.
    I saw a nice M series that is still only $550- $600.

    The P is too expensive for the Bedroom.
    Maybe when my 2015 Vizio 60 dies, I'll look into a P series for the Livingroom.

    I'm leaning towards this one, Plus I can get 10% off and also no Intrest for 12 months.

    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/vizio-49-5-diag-led-2160p-with-chromecast-built-in-4k-ultra-hd-home-theater-display-with-high-dynamic-range-black/4989300.p?skuId=4989300
     
  2. I got my P-55 for $779 from Costco.
     
  3. DO NOT GET A SHARP, Trust me from experience!
     
  4. I know that you stated that you had some problems with previous Samsungs but this set looks like a real bargain for $500. Plus, it has a tuner which the Vizio does not.
    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsung-55-class-54-6-diag--led-2160p-smart-4k-ultra-hd-tv-black/5217300.p?skuId=5217300
     
  5. My 44in* vizio has a nice PQ, even in direct sunlight. Its a standard HDTV but still has a sharp PQ

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  6. Your probably right, but I retired a 6 yr. old 52" Sharp Aquos to my bedroom, it has a great PQ
     
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  8. Yes, but this TV did get a pretty good review especially for this price point.
    https://reviews.lcdtvbuyingguide.com/samsung-led-tv/samsung-ku6290.html
     
  9. Different Sharp, back then.
     
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  10. Any easy way to determine which have such? Brands and models vary quickly at my local Costco.

    Of course, when I buy, it probably won't be from Costco.
     
  11. We had one for 2 -3 years and the Power Supply gave out, I did some digging and found that some have died after 6 months, I don't rember the model but it was an aquriose.

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  12. Yeah, seems to me 4 HDMI ports should be the minimum. They can't add much to the price, and having to use a switcher sucks.
     
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  13. I caution that you not let theory and numbers get in the way of personal perception. Whether or not you can actually see the "limitations" is a very important consideration.
    I'm not sure 55" is in your price range if your going to be uppity about having full-blown HDR and WCG performance.
     
  14. Pretty much any full-featured TV under $800 is going to be edge lit. FALD is still pretty much rarified air.
     
  15. Not true, Vizios are Full Array.
    Even the D series.
     
  16. I appreciate everyones input.

    It looks like Vizio ,LG, and even Possibly I may Give Samsung another Go.

    But I have a Feeling I'll end up with Vizio E series maybe the M series, or a Samsung.

    My wife would kill me if I put my Current 60 inch Vizio in my bedroom, and get a New 60+ inch 4k tv.
     
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  17. If she does, can we have the TV?
     
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  18. Yes Lol.
     
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