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It’s Almost May 2019 is Vizio Not gonna sell New TVs ?

What’s going on with new 2019 TVs ?

When are they gonna hot retailers ?

Is it me or is 2019 a late blooming year ?
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I have always suspected Samsung cut a deal with every manufacturer who's name did not start with the letters 'LG'. They shared (are sharing) much of the nano technology they bought and developed and may have required Vizio, Hisense, TCL and other players to hold off on the higher end quantum models until they have first crack at the new year's market. Indications are the TCL 8 series also has huge improvements in wide angle and anti-glare. This year will see several high end 75" TV's from just about everyone, meaning a major price war and some truly sick deals by Black Friday. I do not think seeing a highly rated 400+ zone 75" TV at 2000+ nits under $2000 will be shocking by year's end.
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Only thing I've seen is the V series listed online at Walmart in I think it was 75 and 50 or 55 at Best Buy.

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What’s going on with new 2019 TVs ?

When are they gonna hot retailers ?

Is it me or is 2019 a late blooming year ?
I know the Hisense 75" U9F was stated for June at $3500 MSRP. That was from a presser.

I suspect that is when Vizio, Hisense, and TCL will start rolling out.

I wouldn't even be waiting if Sony launched a better TV than the x900F this year. (Non master series that is)
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I know the Hisense 75" U9F was stated for June at $3500 MSRP. That was from a presser.

I suspect that is when Vizio, Hisense, and TCL will start rolling out.

I wouldn't even be waiting if Sony launched a better TV than the x900F this year. (Non master series that is)
June ? Half a year gone. .? Wow I guess this is the first time I’m ever in the market for a new TV that I need ASAP Vizio in particular I guess I never noticed that new models launch so late. And CES is 7 months after June, I guess the TV industry is the Opposite of the car industry.

New 2018 Models launch mid 2017, for automotive
New 2019 Models launch mid 2019, for TV apparently

I am starting to believe that Samsung has just struck a deal, with Retailers or Other TV manufacturers requiring a 6 Month Head Start.
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I know the Hisense 75" U9F was stated for June at $3500 MSRP. That was from a presser.



I suspect that is when Vizio, Hisense, and TCL will start rolling out.



I wouldn't even be waiting if Sony launched a better TV than the x900F this year. (Non master series that is)


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Debatable. I would have prefer a TV minus the x wide technology.
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Debatable. I would have prefer a TV minus the x wide technology.


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I have always suspected Samsung cut a deal with every manufacturer who's name did not start with the letters 'LG'. They shared (are sharing) much of the nano technology they bought and developed and may have required Vizio, Hisense, TCL and other players to hold off on the higher end quantum models until they have first crack at the new year's market. Indications are the TCL 8 series also has huge improvements in wide angle and anti-glare. This year will see several high end 75" TV's from just about everyone, meaning a major price war and some truly sick deals by Black Friday. I do not think seeing a highly rated 400+ zone 75" TV at 2000+ nits under $2000 will be shocking by year's end.
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I have always suspected Samsung cut a deal with every manufacturer who's name did not start with the letters 'LG'. They shared (are sharing) much of the nano technology they bought and developed and may have required Vizio, Hisense, TCL and other players to hold off on the higher end quantum models until they have first crack at the new year's market. Indications are the TCL 8 series also has huge improvements in wide angle and anti-glare. This year will see several high end 75" TV's from just about everyone, meaning a major price war and some truly sick deals by Black Friday. I do not think seeing a highly rated 400+ zone 75" TV at 2000+ nits under $2000 will be shocking by year's end.
I know this is just conjecture, but it just feels like that is what is happening and June is the earliest we see the Vizio Quantum X. I hope I am wrong.

I gave up my 75" TV in January, moved back to my 60" 1080P, its great, but I dearly miss the 75".
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I know this is just conjecture, but it just feels like that is what is happening and June is the earliest we see the Vizio Quantum X. I hope I am wrong.

I gave up my 75" TV in January, moved back to my 60" 1080P, its great, but I dearly miss the 75".
I’m going 55” Vizio 4K Quantum Dot for all my 1080p inputs like.
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And I’m going 65” for my splurge LG 2019 OLED thankfully LG added HDMI 2.1
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I bought this past weekend 2019 V series 50” TV for secondary set-up. Real bargain & looks great. It’s replacement for the value packed “E” series. Paid only $328, absolute bargain

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btw we will see Vizio OLED TVs in 2020.

https://translate.google.com/transla...20190415000209
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I bought this past weekend 2019 V series 50” TV for secondary set-up. Real bargain & looks great. It’s replacement for the value packed “E” series. Paid only $328, absolute bargain
I picked up one too for my bar and I agree, a real bargain for what you get.
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Interesting. . .if they increase OLED panel production by a third, then prices of the 77s might become reasonable in a couple of years. . .and I might start considering one again. . .maybe I should just bite the bullet on a 65PQ while they're cheap and plan to replace it sooner than later. . .
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btw we will see Vizio OLED TVs in 2020.

https://translate.google.com/transla...20190415000209
That article was published in 2014.
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That article was published in 2014.
There is also a photo in it from 2018. And stuff like Sony OLED (using a LG OLED panel) is mentioned which launched in 2017. Must be something wrong with translation...



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