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Rating 4.3 out of 5 stars with 38 reviews

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great TV for dark and bright room viewing

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    Just got our Vizio P Quantum and it looks fantastic! The HDR effect from the high peak brightness this set can put out is amazing. Measured 2,240 nits in a 10% window. Really nice to see a manufacturer actually OVER-delivering on their advertised specs for once. Of course, HDR is about more than peak brightness and in a lot of cases high peak luminance also means raised or grey-ish blacks. Not so with the P Quantum. The black levels look fantastic with 192 zones (Xtreme Black set to medium looked best to me). So good that it's actually very hard to tell the difference when shooting out against our 2018 OLED. Sure, OLED is ever so slightly better for really dark scenes with all the lights turned off but, man, it's hard to justify the extra $$$ for that with blacks this good! Even in dim lighting we found black levels to basically be a wash between the two sets. Really pure colors from Quantum Dot technology too. Attached an image of spectrum measured from the TV showing really narrow peaks of red, green and blue. Great separation between colors and no washed out white effect like you sometimes see on bright colors with an OLED. Bonus: awesome viewing angle... From reviews I read, I expected great brightness, color and black levels so the biggest surprise for me is the viewing angle. I've never seen an LCD look this good off-axis! I'm not sure what Vizio are doing differently here but other TV makers should absolutely take note. Bottom line: this was the best TV for us. With the mix of viewing that we do including daytime sports (NFL starts at 10AM here in CA) in bright ambient lighting and evening movie viewing, where black levels are critical, there was nothing better.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Best TV on the market!!

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    Got my TV mounted and I've yet to find a flaw with it!! I have LED strips around my TV and the TV gets brighter than the lights and I can barely see them at 100% brightness. Picture quality is amazing! 720p content looks fine but anything 1080p/2160p is absolutely stunning! The blacks are so black that it makes me think I have an OLED TV but with amazing brightness and no burn-in worries that come with an OLED panel. Don't buy into the brand hype with sets like Samsung or Sony. The only disappointment with this TV is I wish a larger size was available!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 1 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Stay away from this unit

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    I've had this tv for 3 days and I'm going to return it. Very bad screen uniformity, banding in almost all content and when any camera pans you will notice it every time. Vizio's response to my photo was to revert to factory settings. Should've waited for professional reviews before buying this.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent TV for the Price

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    *Update to my previous review- Didn't show as Verified Purchaser for some reason* The 2016 P Series made me change my mind about the Vizio Brand. That TV blew me away. So when I heard about an even better Vizio P Quantum coming out I had to try it. I've been using it for a few days now, I've tested and calibrated it. Wow. Best TV I have ever owned. It is NOT perfect though, but worth the price. Positive: +Picture Quality is Excellent +Perfect for bright rooms (what I use it for) +HDR handling is also excellent. (Better than regular P series) +Anything 1080P or higher resolution looks amazing! +Gaming is smooth, works perfectly with Xbox one X in HDR Negatives: -Anything below 1080P looks fuzzy. There are setting to try and clear it up but still noticeable. On par with previous Vizio tv's. -The screen itself is a quarter inch tilted. I mean inside of the frame the TV is not even. It tilts to the left side 0.3 inch. It is only noticeable if you look at it closely. -The built in speakers are terrible. You must get a soundbar. -Some TV Channels in 1080i format cause black dots to appear on the screen (along the edges). I can't determine if this is a problem with the video source or the TV's processing.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    An AV nerds dream come true

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    This is without question the best tv I have ever seen, let alone owned. I am coming from a Sony X930E and before that an LG B7A OLED. This is the brightest tv I have ever seen and it isn’t even close. That, with the extreme contrast that the excellent local dimming and black levels provide make this tv my top pick, at any price. Factor in the price of this set on sale and it should be a no brainer. The black levels are the best I have seen from an LCD tv. The only time any amount of blooming is noticeable is when the tv is pushing 2000 nits or more right next to a letterbox bar and the room you are viewing in is completely dark- then there is sometimes some spillover. This set is in a league of its own. Quantum dot color is just the icing on an already fantastic cake. My 2 complaints are: - No cable management for the rear of the tv - SmartCast is lacking some apps I feel like I stole this tv for the price. If I had a golden ticket to walk out with any tv in the store for free, I would pick this one.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    This TV set my hair on fire

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    I've had the TV for a few days and have been testing as much as possible so I'll try to break it down as quickly as possible. Picture Quality-9 I own a 2016 OLED and although the blacks are better, this PQ makes up for it with color and brightness. If you enjoy sports, have some 4k HDR movies, or binge Netflix this TV has some serious chops. I've rewatched a few movies I like to use for comparisons (Gravity, Mad Max, Logan) and the blacks are fantastic with searing highlights and beautiful color. I can't stress how bright this set can get when watching HDR content. Just blistering and the colors just scream from one spectrum to the next. For uniformity and dirty screen I haven't run into any visible stripes or bands on this set. There is slight banding in the grays, but nothing extreme or out of the ordinary. I did see a lot on my 2016 Vizio P series that I ended up sending back as well as some pink stripes on my OLED, but I was pleasantly surprised when I turned to the NHL network and was presented with not only excellent bright clean whites, but fantastic motion handling. I tried some golf and a lot of football and I'm happy to report this TV will be a gem for anyone who views fast motion content and sports. No trails at all like I saw on my 900F. Can't wait for football season. Quality-7 There's a reason why this TV has the specs it has for the price. I just hope it's cosmetic and not going to cause any reliability issues. The remote is cheap. It works fine, but the whole thing just doesn't feel premium, but I think Vizio is marketing this TV to people who want an excellent panel and will either use their phone or their own universal remote system. I'm in that category so I'm ok with that. The body felt fine. The bezels are thin and on par with other set's in this price range. Maybe 1/2" black strip all the way around, but no visible physical bezels. The HDMI placement on the back is great. I wall mounted and didn't have any issues getting to the ports I needed. Back is made of fairly sturdy soft touch plastic with a lot of ventilation across the top ridge. Legs are chrome which I think is a dumb choice. They felt really light and mount to the ends so that might be an issue for some who don't have a 60" entertainment center. I would wall mount if possible. Gaming-9 Amazing. Low input lag, excellent motion handling, and great color make this a gamers dream. I only wish it had variable refresh rate like the Samsung. I think that would have made this tv competitive with the Big Format Gaming Display that's in development by Nvidia. That TV is expected to cost close to $5000 and will be for PC enthusiasts. For consoles, having tried a Sony 900F and not being wowed like I am with TV, I wouldn't consider anything other than maybe the Samsung Q9FN. But again that TV is $3500. This TV punches above its weight class in so many areas that it really is a product in its own category. For those afraid of burn in from an OLED like what happened with mine, then I'd say this is a very good option. I've since moved the OLED to the bedroom and wanted something brighter for the living room and this did the trick. Sound-5 They're fine if you don't want premium sound, but once you turn the volume up it's like every TV with internal speakers, they distort. If you buy this TV and don't pair it with a sound system you're missing out. Apps-7 I tried them. They're not great. Slow and clunky, but they got the job done. Smartcast using your phone was great. Worked just fine. I think this is going to be the way to go if you absolutely need to use the apps. I'd recommend using a 3rd party device like an AppleTV 4k to get the most out of this TV. If you prefer android try a shield tv. Very capable device and I use mine for gamestream a lot. Overall I'm very happy. It's an amazing panel loaded with features and specs that other manufacturers just can't touch for that price. Vizio placed this TV in a goldilocks zone at a price I think the average consumer can stomach. I think once they start to make their way to the endcaps of big box stores and rtings.com pushes out their review in the next couple weeks this TV will be worth picking up. I'm an early adopter type who loves tech so I took a risk and it paid off. Looks like the search to replace my OLED is finally over.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Get your sunglasses ready...

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    This TV is bright. I read the reviews and even saw it at another retailer on the show floor (Best Buy didn't have it available at any store for viewing) and they were not kidding. Adjusting the backlight helps from singing your eyeballs a little until you get used to it. The colors are amazing compared to my old edge lit Vizio. Oh and 65" is huge. It doesn't look like it on the show floor, but when you get it home, its quite large. Measure! Gaming on the Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch is great. Response times are fantastic with this TV. I can't wait to get an X1X. I was between this TV and the Sony X900F, especially with Sony's upscaling technology being the best there is and I have a lot of old DVD content. Honestly, it really depends on your source material. 1080p is upscaled 4x to reach 4K. 480p/720p (DVDs) is much more so, so it will always be a lot blurrier. Is it horrendus? No. Is it watchable. Yes. Is it Sony quality? Probably not. One thing I really wish Vizio would fix, is the terrible banding you see gradients. It isn't just me either as there are many reports of this on the AVForums and other review sites. Its pretty ugly to look at, and while I generally only see it in static content (Netflix menu, smoke in the background of a game menu, etc), I did see a really harsh example watching Planet Earth on Netflix (1080p) while viewing the ocean from above. The blue water looked like a water painting, so bad I thought the TV broke. Vizio if you're listening, your TV is awesome, but please fix this! If you're on the fence, go for it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A beautiful TV for a very reasonable price

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    After looking at countless reviews for the Sony X900F and Z9F, Samsung QLED Q8 and Q9 & LG C8... I decided to go with the Vizio and there are absolutely no regrets so far. The small bezel on the TV makes it look like you are just looking at screen and the tiny Vizio logo on the bottom is barely noticeable at all. The back of the TV doesn't look as good as the Samsung Q9 but I will probably never have to look at the back of the TV unless i need to work back there. The front just looks beautiful. The picture quality is outstanding and the TV gets insanely bright. The colors really pop on this TV whether I'm playing the Xbox One X, watching an UHD Blu-Ray, Regular Blu-Ray disc, or playing movies on my Apple TV 4K. The blacks get really black thanks to the 192 dimming zones. I can't speak on the sound quality because I have been using a sound bar (which anybody getting a TV in this price range or higher should have an external sound source). The only drawback to this TV is the operating system. It is pretty slow, but thankfully i do not have to deal with it so much since I own an Apple TV 4K as well. At the discounted price of $1499, this is the best and most responsibly sound purchase I could have made given the prices of other TVs available on the market with this type of picture quality. I wholeheartedly recommend this TV for anybody looking for a 4K HDR TV with the primary concern of picture quality.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Best picture quality of All TVs I have seen!

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    I have been watching this TV coming since their first debut in CES early this year.I finally got one and I can say it is definately worth the wait: this TV has the best picture quality that I have ever seen! This is not an easy achievement at all as I am very picky about the picture quality and I have seen all the premium TVs (including OLEDs) avaliable today through Best Buy and Trade Show. This is also confirmed by other reviewers such as rtings where this TV's picture quality has been rated as the best LCD TV ever tested. I am not fully agreed with the weight rtings used for grading picture quality, I think for most people the visual expericen brought by the super high peak brightness, sufficient black level and high color gamut of this TV is significantly outweighting other advantages provided by OLED TV such as its theoratically low black level and viewing angle. The first test I had for the is playing Netflix's HDR content Lost In Space Season 1 Episode 1 which is shot in true HDR camera with Dolby Vision support and high color gamut (DCI-P3) support. And the picture is so realistic that I was thinking that I was watching them in real life. For example, the LED lights on the spacesuits, the feeling of sunlight are so life-like. I have also tested the TV with the Ozark S1:E1 and I was equally impressed by the picture quality of the dark scenes in the beginning. There is one scene where the car is driving away in the dark, the tail lights from the car is so bright and life-like that I was telling myself this is what it should be! Of course, there are many contents like this for you to enjoy in Netflix's original series or Amazon's prime original series. My 2nd test is SDR content by playing movie Pearl Harbor (2001). Again the high peak brightness and rich color gave this movie a new life on the screen! Comparing to another 2018 premium UHD model from a major brand next to it, you can easily appreciate the difference and wonder why anyone won't want to pay a couple hundred dollars more to get a significant upgrade in picture quality. My 3rd test is for computer use. The screen is as uniform as the Dell UltraSharp monitor that I have and the color is significantly richer and purer as the monitor was only a sRGB monitor and this TV covers about 98% DCI-P3 color gamut and >80% BT.2020 color gamut. My next test is wi-fi speed. I am connecting to a 5G router and then watch the UHD version of the Planet Earth II through Netflix. The picture quality is again top notched and the whole video was very smooth from the beginning to the end. I have also tested the TV broacasting with local NBC channel (720P) and the picture quality still looks very sharp. Now I have had the TV for more than 3 week and have watched all kind of contents through WatchFree, Netflix, Amazon Prime video and Youtube. I am still as satisfied and as impressed as the first date that I got it, I am really enjoying watching the TV! About settings: I would recommend to use Calibrated or Calibrated Dark for Movie/Video and Standard or Computer for computer. But you may want to tweak the settings a bit to get the best picture quality. Main knob is the Xtreme Black Engine Plus which controls the local dimming, I recommend to use Medium for Movie/Video and Low for others. As for the cons, I think the start up time is a bit long, about 20 sec and the remote is quite basic. But for the price, I am not expecting more.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent Value for Performance

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    Upgraded from an older M55-C2 model and so glad I did. I took advantage of price matching to a leading wholesale chain’s promo price, and still got 10% back after using a newly-acquired Best Buy credit card. After going back and forth with entry level OLED models and this newly released set I decided to stay with Vizio and the new PQ65. Aside from some booming on black screens with bright lettering, this TV is hard to distinguish from an OLED panel. As Rtings recommends, calibrated dark was a great starting point for my situation... this TV can go wicked bright. I think anyone would be hard pressed to find a room too bright for this set. Happily, Vizio has started including tv tuners again and gone away from the complex tablet/app based controls (although this tv is app controllable, it’s not mandatory). A welcomed surprise after booting up for the first time was the integrated PlutoTV (“watchfree” input) which is completely free and offers a handful of internet TV channels... complementing the local OTA channels nicely. In addition to the impressive panel, maintaining 5 HDMI inputs is also handy as I am an avid gamer with all inputs put to use. Low input lag is also a big bonus (slightly less than our previous M55!).

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great TV so far.

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    I went into this year thinking of getting an OLED set. After reading about rtings torture tests, among others, that resulted in moderate to severe burn-in in OLED panels, I couldn't do it. My use case with a PC/gaming setup this burn-in risk could be a reality.. so I went looking for something comparable. This seems to be a great alternative. With close enough black levels to OLED, and an incredibly bright picture (great for HDR content), this set has treated me very well so far. Also very important to me is the input delay, which is very good in game mode. I mainly use this in a dark basement 'theater' room with the following devices: -XboxOneS mainly for 4k bluray - PC for streaming/gaming @ 4k60 (or 1080p120 for gaming) -all other manner of consoles (Switch/PS4, etc..) I've had no substantial issues as of yet and it has been a great upgrade from my old 2014 Vizio p70". I hope this review helps, and if you have any questions that you are desperate enough to ask on a review.. feel free to do so. Have a nice one. :)

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Phenomenal TV

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    You really have to see it to believe it, very minimal edge bleed (almost unnoticeable, but there for the very keen eye); however, when choosing the right settings the high dark/bright contrast makes this invisible. Definitely you have to find the best settings for HDR and Dolby, but once you got them right the TV brings the best out of EVERY movie out there. I am simply amazed by the quality output, VIZIO really outdone itself; RTINGS.COM has it right … this TV is better than OLED.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great TV, but not perfect

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    My LG OLED 65B6P TV had screen burn. Luckily I had the Geek Squad protection so I had a chance to replace my TV with another LG OLED B8, but I got caught up in the hype of the Vizio P Series Quantum. The Rtings.com review YouTube sold me on the TV. So I got me a P Series Quantum TV to replace the OLED TV that had burn in. I got the TV installed yesterday (Saturday, Sept 15) and I started to play with the settings to activate my HDMI Ports to Full Color UHD. Then I popped in the Avengers Infinity 4k Blu Ray in My Xbox One X and played with the picture settings. The Vizio remote and menu was a challenge to maneuver coming from the LG menu system. The picture settings only had 5 or 6 options with each option providing a full array of settings to get the picture they way you want it. I found the Calibrated mode to offer the best picture w/ a few settings. Once I got it right.... MAN THE PICTURE WAS BEAUTIFUL AND BRIGHT! Great detail and black levels were a notch below my OLED TV. I also got my Xbox games looking awesome. The reason I only gave this TV 4 stars is that I'm experiencing an issue with the ARC HDMI Port intermittently losing connection. The issue occurred 3 times within a 24 hour period. Also, any video 720p or lower doesn't look good due to the TV upscale capabilities suck! Allow the Xbox One X, Apple TV, Roku, etc... to upscale your video content. Overall The Vizio P Series Quantum is a great TV for the price point.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Best bang for buck

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    This was a steal at $1500, reg I believe was $2100. Took my LG sk8000 (I believe that was the series number) back for this bad boy. Absolutely love it. 4 stars because the software vizio uses is slow and choppy but not a deal breaker, especially if its on sale.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    The best TV next to an OLED

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    I won't give I high end technical review like some reviewers have done, even though it is my inclination. Suffice to say, this TV makes the most of the LED format without being an OLED. Watching movies on this TV vs my older LED is night and day better! The sound is nothing to write home about and the remote is a little 2015 but otherwise, this TV delivers on what you want at the best price/performance ratio.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great display with issues

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    The picture is great and works really really well. However when I received my TV the HDMI port 2 did not allow HDR so I had to file a warranty claim and it was fixed and has worked since.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent TV for the Price

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    The 2016 P Series made me change my mind about the Vizio Brand. That TV blew me away. So when I heard about an even better Vizio P Quantum coming out I had to try it. I've been using it for a few days now, I've tested and calibrated it. Wow. Best TV I have ever owned. It is NOT perfect though, but worth the price. Positive: +Picture Quality is Excellent +Perfect for bright rooms (what I use it for) +HDR handling is also excellent. (Better than regular P series) +Anything 1080P or higher resolution looks amazing! +Gaming is smooth, works perfectly with Xbox one X in HDR Negatives: -Anything below 1080P looks fuzzy. There are setting to try and clear it up but still noticeable. On par with previous Vizio tv's. -The screen itself is a quarter inch tilted. I mean inside of the frame the TV is not even. It tilts to the left side 0.3 inch. It is only noticeable if you look at it closely. -The built in speakers are terrible. You must get a soundbar. -Some TV Channels in 1080i format cause black dots to appear on the screen (along the edges). I can't determine if this is a problem with the video source or the TV's processing.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great picture quality for the price.

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    Pros: Great picture quality Bright. Like really bright The tv itself looks good. In store I felt this one looked way better than any comparable Sony or lg or Samsung with the exceptions of lg and Sony’s oleds Great value Cons: Some local blooming issues. That’s about it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great picture and color

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    Better picture clarity, color and sharpness than Sony 900f. I look forward to coming home and watching it every day. Love it!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Best LCD I’ve seen

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    Great tv that I’m very happy with. Best non-OLED TV I’ve seen. HDR is fantastic! Some built in apps, but, I don’t use them. Ultra HD movies are just spectacular. It is still LCD, but, viewing angles are much improved from my 2012 LG.

    I would recommend this to a friend
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