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post #1 of 5 Old 04-05-2015, 09:28 AM - Thread Starter
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Official Vizio 2015 'M' series 4K (2160) owners thread

No need for speculation here, these are now available.

First review site out of the gate is Rtings (again);
http://www.rtings.com/reviews/tv/lcd.../m-series-2015

Vizios web site. Four sizes 55" to 80" are out (so far). Other sizes down to 43" have been announced;
http://www.vizio.com/tvs/m80c3.html
http://www.vizio.com/tvs/m70c3.html
http://www.vizio.com/tvs/m60c3.html
http://www.vizio.com/tvs/m55c2.html

Owners manual is here;
http://cdn.vizio.com/documents/m60c3/um-m60c3.pdf

It looks like the 55" is a IPS panel by their viewing angle specs. It's listed as 178 degrees, the other three are listed as 176 degrees.

Only the 60 & 70 are listed on Amazon;
http://www.amazon.com/VIZIO-M70-C3-7...251593&sr=1-10
http://www.amazon.com/VIZIO-M60-C3-6...8251593&sr=1-6

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Interesting observations fron RTings between the three Vizio series models;
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We are keeping all TVs that we review for a few months after our reviews, so we were able to do a side by side comparison of the Vizio E60-C3, the M60-C3 and the P602ui-B3 (in that order in the picture).

Overall, the E isn't as good as the M or P. It is only 1080p and it has a worse screen uniformity. It also doesn't have motion interpolation. However, the E actually has less motion blur than the M and P, surprisingly.

The M and the P are very similar. They have the same motion blur and overall picture quality. The only differences are the stand, the design (feels higher end on the M), the 1080p upscaling (better on the M), the maximum luminosity (the P can get 25% brighter) and the local dimming (better on the P). The differences are minimal, so unless you specifically care about one of them, get the cheaper of the two.
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Can anybody with access to the m55c2 please measure the outside width of the feet?! I haven't been able to find that info anywhere and am trying to decide if the 55" will fit over the 50" on my entertainment center. Thanks!
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tmuka, a lot of us are wondering the same thing regarding the stand/feet width. So far on the other thread, a 43 inch model (which is 37.9" wide) has outside foot measurements of 33.5". And the 70 inch model (which is 61.6" wide) has outside foot measurements of 53.48". So it appears that the foot width is running approximately 88% the physical width of the TV.
You would think that the stand width would be important enough to publish!
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Excellent helpful info, thanks! I wish they would publish that info, or a 3d model for SketchUp even, ha! Sorry to pollute this clean owners thread, if it helps, I plan to be a future owner!
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