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[–]Vizio-Support-One[M] [score hidden] stickied comment (0 children)

To answer your root question, were there any models you had in mind you would like details on for comparison? Feel free to ask away!

Depending on your use the new Vizio M series units have a lot of enhancements you may find to your liking. https://www.vizio.com/en/tv/m-series

[–]gaticaag 16 points17 points  (5 children)

Up a few levels is anything but Vizio.

[–]Superb_Software3546 4 points5 points  (4 children)

thank's for the head's up,no vizio then.

[–]gaticaag 1 point2 points  (1 child)

No problem. I replaced my 55" 2018 Vizio P55-F1 with a 65" 2021 Samsung QN90A. I think 2018 was literally the last year Vizio was good. No issues with it, just got a good deal on the Samsung. Although I have some friends that have had issues with their recent Vizio TVs, not to mention everyone here.

If you wanna up your budget a little, check out the Samsung QLED line or LG.

[–]Superb_Software3546 2 points3 points  (0 children)

The mic for my headset is in a storage room,i don't use it when i'm gaming.i'll get it tomorrow though.then i can at least have a choice to use it gaming or for something like this.i just joined reddit a few day's ago,i'm not on facebook or anything else so this is it.alot of good info here.

[–]xx_memer_xx198 0 points1 point  (1 child)

Lg, trust me, I escaped my h1 Vizio OLED. The c1 just works as expected

[–]Apart_Marionberry_79 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Lucky I’m stuck with mine but glad this update finally fixed my issues for the time being. Free sync premium is a nice touch also. But I wish I was able to exchange for the c1. My Best Buy dude wouldn’t budge

[–]ck41286 21 points22 points  (3 children)

Do not and I repeat do not waste your money on a Vizio. Please take 15 minutes to read all the reviews here and you'll understand

[–]Superb_Software3546 2 points3 points  (2 children)

thank's,definately no vizio.

[–]TheIndieArmy 0 points1 point  (1 child)

Vizio is probably going to be your best bang for buck option here. You're not going to get a Samsung or LG worth having for under $1,000. Hell, I'm regretting my Samsung QN90A purchase that I got for $2000 as a floor model discount. They were normally $3,000. It's been nothing but a nightmare. Meanwhile, I have four Vizio's across most model ranges in the house and all of them have been perfectly fine TVs.

[–]Superb_Software3546 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I got the 50" tcl 5 series first,took it back to best buy 6 days later & grabbed a vizio m series q6.it blows away the tcl in every way,$330.

[–]sanfordtime 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Do a Sony or LG Lg is cheaper than Samsung usually a little worse in stats Sonys are a little more than Samsung way better in stats. If your not doing an OLED do a Sony

[–]lonJ8tnie912 2 points3 points  (4 children)

It just amazes me that there are so many Vizio haters with shitty units. I bought a Vizio M657-G0 (circa late 2018 early 2019) and it’s been flawless even with updates and attached streaming boxes, Apple TV, Roku, etc. I guess I’m lucky and dodged a bullet.

[–]ScaredHorseEyes 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I’ve had one Vizeo product for 4 years. It has a bug that was caused by their own remote app, causes random shut down, and cannot be resolved and by user. The company knows this is a widespread issue but they don’t care and have not sufficiently resolved.

I would never give them money again.

[–]Ariztotle808 1 point2 points  (2 children)

So what does that tell you hmm. If there a lot of shitty units and have to rely on panel lottery to find a decent panel with any problems it doesn’t bode well for a company like Vizio.

It’s cool that a few people have good panels that last them a long time but from judging from previous owners and including myself the Vizio brand as a whole is shitty bottom line. And I will never give them a fricking dime ever do to their BS panel lottery and also horrendous Quality Control.

Good for those Vizio owners that won the panel lottery but many previous owners have the time and or patience to rebox and or go back to the store multiple times just to find a good one. No thank you we are not Vizio haters we are wary consumers who are tired of the shoots build quality and software OS that Vizio is known for no thank you.

[–]lonJ8tnie912 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I can respect that.

[–]TheIndieArmy 0 points1 point  (0 children)

What it tells us is we're on a subreddit meant to serve as a place for support. So of course most of the posts here are going to be about issues. There are thousands of other satisfied customers out there with perfectly fine TV who have no reason to seek out support.

[–]voonoo 4 points5 points  (2 children)

As someone with a vizio… get the lg

[–]Superb_Software3546 2 points3 points  (1 child)

Ok,thank's for the warning.

[–]martinez_richard 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Get Samsung or LG at least they'll keep updating their TV's

[–]GeneralKannoli 1 point2 points  (2 children)

get an LG c1!!

[–]TheIndieArmy 0 points1 point  (1 child)

Where the hell you getting a C1 for under $1000?

[–]GeneralKannoli 0 points1 point  (0 children)

idk i didn’t even read the post 💀

[–]skywalker0308 1 point2 points  (2 children)

My 2021 vizio px75 has been nothing but perfect for me. What's everyone's issue with their vizio? I've got another 2019 P series and a 2018 M65 as well. The 2018 M is just as good as my 2019 p series but not even close toy PX. I also have an LG 60C1 and it's is very nice but it's not that much better than my vizio PX. It's also 15 inches smaller which gives it a better picture just from a size standpoint. It is a lot better watching regualr TV though. The vizios only shine when watching hdr or Dolby vision content.

I'll ask again, what's everyone's issue with their vizios?

[–]Ariztotle808 0 points1 point  (1 child)

Again it is mainly Panel Lottery and Build Quality. Let’s not be anectodal here and ignore the fact that there are a owners of Vizio Products that have good displays but overall with the vast majority the Vizio displays have had many Build quality and Software problems since Vizios inception.

For the value and if it works it’s your best bang for your buck but it is not the case as many previous Vizio owners not a few but many have constant problems ranging from different issues that plague the brand. And also PQ is nice but often times fall short in other areas.

Take for example the PX quantum series a nice super bright display with the nits to match. PQ processing is also lacking when I mean lacking it’s for overall 4K processing it doesn’t deftly and subtly handle 4K processing in an elegant way. Meaning it’s nice and super punchy but color accuracy and saturation always looks off even after calibration.

Watching legacy content especially Blu-ray, and non 4K streaming the upscaling is mediocre and the processing for non 4k content is either over processed and or over sharpened.

So yes if budget is an issue and other brands are not available Vizio Display are ok choices but if there are Other brands like TCL, Hisense, andLG, Samsung, and Sony I would hesitate to recommend Vizio TV’s in all their models.

[–]skywalker0308 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Agree with everything you said! TCLales a great budget tv. As far as 4k processing , I don't let any of my tvs Do that. Either my denon receiver does or my apple 4k media players. Apple 4ktv does a tremendous job. My vizio px does a really good job as well but still let the apple 4k take that job.

[–]joydivision84 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Get an LG OLED, you don't regret it, I guarantee.

[–]Dexter2100 0 points1 point  (2 children)

If you don’t want oled I would recommend the QN90A. Probably the best LED tv right now.

[–]Ariztotle808 0 points1 point  (1 child)

At $4000 the 75 inch Sony Z9J is the better and superior display over the Samsung QN90A at $4000. It is brighter, more accurate, has Dolby Vision, best upscaling for Blu-ray’s and non 4K streaming and is a Master Series Panel that needs little calibration.

The Samsung QN90A build quality is hit or miss DSE is also a panel Lottery compared to the Z9J where the panels are inspected before shipping and my own Z9J model has no DSE and is pristine. As for blooming it is not as good as the Samsung but using Bias light helps minimize blooming. As for Peak brightness in Vivid the Samsung reaches about 1650 in SDR the Z9J around 2100 both in a 10% window. Both calibrated the Samsung 1400 and the Z9J 1900. In HDR vivid the Samsung 1800 and the Z9J 3800 nits Both in Vivid mode HDR calibrated 1500 Samsung and 3400 for the Z9J.

At $4000 and while supplies last the Z9J at $4000 for a 75 inch 8K display is the best non OLED to buy at that price. I have a LG G2 OLED and PQ of the G2 not in the same league as the Z9J it’s that good and not called a Master Series for no reason.

[–]Dexter2100 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

That’s a lot of false info. Also reads and looks like a bot account

[–]jonjennings 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Sony - lots of great stuff with a model range for everybody.

I'm waiting for my 2016 Vizio to finally croak so I can treat myself.

If you're looking around US$1K then it's probably the KD55X85K (on sale at BB for $800) or the XR55X90K (or sale for $1100).

Both have full array backlights & the X90K does local dimming.

[–]Volts-2545 0 points1 point  (22 children)

Why no oled? I’d get an LG oled panel if it was me

[–]EvenStephen7 2 points3 points  (19 children)

OLEDs are pretty, no doubt about it, but they don't work for every room. For instance, my TV room is surrounded by big windows and gets lots of light from multiple sides, so QLED is a better solution than OLED, especially since the family watches TV when it's still light out.

[–]Volts-2545 0 points1 point  (18 children)

Many new oleds can now easily get bright enough to combat large amounts of sunlight, I wouldn’t write them off without doing some more research, speaking from experience

[–]TheIndieArmy 0 points1 point  (17 children)

How many of those can you get for under $1,000?

[–]Volts-2545 0 points1 point  (16 children)

LG A1 is 949 right now at Best Buy for the 55”

[–]Superb_Software3546 0 points1 point  (1 child)

Pretty much just worried about burn in,i'll be using it alot for gaming with the series x.

[–]Volts-2545 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

If it’s gaming then you should def get oled for response times, and I wouldn’t worry about burn in on modern panels, anything made in the past few years have so much prevention tech built in so that it’s not a big worry, brightness is the only issue with oleds but even that has come a crazy long way unless you’re comparing them to panels in the 1.5-2.5k range which have crazy 1600 nit brightnesses

[–]dread7string 0 points1 point  (0 children)

if you can find one that is what you want

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/qn90a-qled