Originally Posted by skschatzman
Check out the Sony x900e. It's rated better than the Vizio P(which is what you wanted) and around the same price point.
Remember, you get what you pay for. There is a reason why some TV's are low in price and it's not because it's a good TV.
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Thank you. Yes, this is the one that UnfoldingSquid recommended. I really like what I see so far. And yes, I was leaning heavily in favor of the Vizio P55-C1, in part because Dell was offering a $250 or $300 gift card with the purchase of one .I think they still have a similar option, but for the 2017 model the "E", which is a really great offer, IMO. Especially since I'm looking to pre order the new Xbox. That would have covered more than half. But anyway, I have a pretty nice Amazon credit at the moment , and I do want the better TV. Like I said, I'm not one to upgrade that often, so I want something I'll be happy with for a while. Thanks again.
Originally Posted by UnfoldingSquid
If you don't like the saturated colors of the Vizio I'm thinking you'll feel the same about TCL. I'd recommend heading over to a local brick and mortar store, like Best Buy or Frye's, to get an idea of what they look like.
I have seen the Vizio P in person, and i thought it had a great image, but at times the colors did seem exaggerated and way too saturated. And I've also seen it at a local BrandsMart but I do not think they were playing HDR content. I should check em out at BestBuy though.
But you make very good points. I mean, I don't know what people expect from a $650 TV, but you get what you pay for, as you alluded. I am being 100% realistic. But at $650, you start thinking you might be able to sacrifice maybe 10-15% PQ? It's definitely the best value. But I know myself, and I will regret not buying the better option in no time.