Join Date: Apr 2014
Location: Baton Rouge, LA
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I ran across an article yesterday discussing the new M Series Vizio, and I think this might be the TV I've been waiting for. The whole tablet remote and the screen casting has me confused though. This TV will be able to play content from other sources besides being able to cast video, right? I have DIRECTV coming out tomorrow to swap out my main receiver, with the DVD, to the newest model and swapping out 2 of my Genie mini receivers so I can get the 3 new channels with 4K broadcasting. I already have one 4K mini receiver, but it allowed me to only view 4K PPV content. This new equipment is necessary to get the 4K broadcasting, and luckily, right now they're swapping everyone's equipment out for free. Plus, I have a Samsung UHD HDR DVD player. I just wanted to make sure this new Vizio line can be used like a regular TV as well as utilize the casting. For a set with so many features at such a good price seems too good to be true, so I just want to make sure it's an actual TV that I can hook up multiple components through my receiver to view content, and it's not just a "monitor" that you can cast video to.
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