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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 11:28 am 
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I live in Toronto and I'm looking for a TV. Prefer between 49 and 60", must be HDR, must be 4K.
What do you guys suggest?

Looking to buy tomorrow if possible.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 12:25 pm 
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I've been looking at the Vizio M series, seems to be the best reviewed picture quality in it's price range.($1000 for the 55", $1500 for the 65").

The M-series has features normally found in more expensive TVs, local dimming zones (32 I think) and Dolby HDR & HDR10. I'm looking at the M65. The Vizio P series has more local dimming zones (132?), but the 55" P model is an IPS panel that isn't as good picture quality as the VA panels used in the other sizes (although is better for viewing angle if that's a concern)

I don't think there are any sales on Vizio TVs at Best Buy or Costco this weekend so there may be better deals on other brands that you might prefer.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 12:54 pm 
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...you can get an LG 49" for about 800...

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This brand is probably not on your radar, but the Hisense LED is not a bad value for the price. I bought a Hisense LED 50" UHD 4K TV for $800 including taxes that I use in our master bedroom and surprisingly the picture is quite amazing even just watching the 4K Netflix shows.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 1:55 pm 
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It's Black Friday next week ... maybe you should put the brakes on for tomorrow.


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The Sony X900E series is probably the best "cheap" 4k HDR tv out there now.


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I've been a big fan of Sony's displays. Have found all their 1080P models to be exceptional and have great adjust-ability. I've got a 43" Toshiba 4K in the bedroom with built in 4K cast capability. I think there is also a 55" version of this for less than $1000 but it does not have many features or a lot of adjustability. But, I must say the Onkyo branded speakers built into it are very nice for such a thin display, IMO. The Toshiba doesn't have HDR or anything like that.


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