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P65-c1 or x850e 65''

For the same price.


I need quality, reliability and durability.




My first choice is the vizio for the best picture and performance but it seems to have a lot of problems.


The thread of the P is really huge. Probably too much trouble ?? I read a 10th of page ....


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The 850E is not even close to a P65 in terms of picture quality, and the only reason to be looking at it is if you want the IPS panel for the wider viewing angles. Same for the 900E vs 850E.
As far as reliability, you can cover yourself by buying a SquareTrade warranty+whatever warranty your credit card may give you.
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The 850E is not even close to a P65 in terms of picture quality, and the only reason to be looking at it is if you want the IPS panel for the wider viewing angles. Same for the 900E vs 850E.
As far as reliability, you can cover yourself by buying a SquareTrade warranty+whatever warranty your credit card may give you.
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Is P65 reliable and durable in general?
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P65-c1 or x850e 65''

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Is P65 reliable and durable in general?


P65 black levels aside from viewing angles are pretty damn close to Oled! Mine was good and didn't have issues but get a warranty for peace of mind. Great tv and almost 600 nits peak brightness maintained when the whole screen is white! I have a B7 now and can say that the pic on the p65 is just as good!


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I think a better question would be Sony 65 850e or the Vizio M 65E.
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I think a better question would be Sony 65 850e or the Vizio M 65E.
I would still put the Vizio M 2017 series above the Sony here. A bargain.
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I think a better question would be Sony 65 850e or the Vizio M 65E.
Really?


My question is for Realibility and Durability. Not for performance.


Vizio seems to have a huge problem. I am wrong?




Otherwise it would not have a thread of 1,700 pages....


I unfortunately did not have a week of holidays to read everything.




My English is poor, not easy for me.


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I need very good tv for low price with normal durability. 7-10 years..


Is Vizio capable?
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The 850E is not even close to a P65 in terms of picture quality, and the only reason to be looking at it is if you want the IPS panel for the wider viewing angles. Same for the 900E vs 850E.
As far as reliability, you can cover yourself by buying a SquareTrade warranty+whatever warranty your credit card may give you.
The 65" 850E is a VA panel (though the previous 850D was IPS)
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Durability for TVs is the luck of the draw.
What you see in the Vizio threads only represents their popularity, nothing else.
Happy users are mostly quiet users, you won't see them posting how happy and content they are (some do, but most don't).

Get the Vizio, get extended warranty, and you're set.
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Durability? Depends on how you treat it, have clean power, surge protection, a clean environment, etc.

When you a buy any electronics like a TV, leave it powered for a few days, use it.

I never buy extended warranties, they aren't worth it.

Look at Costco, they sell many of the Vizio models. They don't want the hassle of selling junk TVs.
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Really?


Vizio seems to have a huge problem. I am wrong?




Otherwise it would not have a thread of 1,700 pages....
The pages count has a lot to do with the fact that it is the same TV for 2 years. And yes there were problems, as with all other TVs.
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I bought the P65-C1, I hope not to be disappointed. With 3 years warranty.
;-)
1 weeks to wait for delivery
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I bought the P65-C1, I hope not to be disappointed. With 3 years warranty.
;-)
1 weeks to wait for delivery


You won't regret it. Amazing picture quality


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I bought the P65-C1, I hope not to be disappointed. With 3 years warranty.
;-)
1 weeks to wait for delivery
I've had mine since the beginning, over a year and a half. Haven't had any problems. Hopefully won't after this is posted.
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For the same price.


I need quality, reliability and durability.




My first choice is the vizio for the best picture and performance but it seems to have a lot of problems.


The thread of the P is really huge. Probably too much trouble ?? I read a 10th of page ....


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If you determined on Sony, you should get at least X900E, that's a really good one.
Other than that, I would go for P65.

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