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2020 Vizio TVs Available Starting Today

Today Vizio has announced availability of its 2020 TV and Soundbar lineup as well as updates to its SmartCast platform.

Full Press Release:

VIZIO, the #1 American-based TV brand, today announces the latest updates to its SmartCast platform and its 2021 lineup of TVs and Sound Bars. Full details of the announcements are below and the press releases, imagery, and assets are available here. Across the TV and audio product launches, most products are available starting today 6/30.

VIZIO’s award-winning 2021 LED 4K UHD TV collection, including the V-Series, M-Series Quantum, P-Series Quantum, and P-Series Quantum X, offers cutting-edge 4K picture performance and robust gaming features across the entire lineup. VIZIO is also announcing its highly anticipated, first-ever 4K OLED TVs available in 55- and 65-inch screen sizes.
VIZIO’s all-new V-Series™ 2.1, V-Series 5.1, and M-Series™ All-in-One 2.1 sound bars complement the outstanding picture quality of its newest SmartCast™ TVs.
VIZIO is also launching its futuristic Elevate sound bar with Adaptive Height Speakers, which automatically rotate upward when Dolby Atmos® or DTS:X® content is detected to reflect sound off the ceiling for immersive surround sound as heard in state-of-the-art cinemas.
VIZIO is also rolling out a major update to SmartCast®, which pairs the best-ever performance with endless entertainment. The update is available to all SmartCast users with SmartCast TVs dating as far back as 2016.

VIZIO 2021 TV Collection

VIZIO's 2021 TV collection offers cutting-edge 4K picture performance and robust gaming features across the entire lineup. With 3,000 nits, best-in-class picture performance and intelligence with new IQ Ultra™ and IQ Active™ processors, and a new ProGaming Engine,™ VIZIO is taking this new collection by storm. With the exception of the P-Series Quantum X 85”, the V-Series 75”, and the OLED TVs (available in the fall), all of the models listed below are available today at retailers including Amazon, Best Buy, Costco, Sam’s Club, Target, and Walmart.

The P-Series Quantum X has the best picture performance, offering superior brightness, contrast, and color performance. With up to 3000 nits of peak brightness for brilliant highlights and incredible detail, as well as 800 nits full screen brightness for true-to-life outdoor scenes and more, the P-Series Quantum X will bring the most thrilling images to new life. This TV comes in 65-, 75- and 85-inch models ranging from $1499.99 – $2,299.99.

The P-Series Quantum offers premium 4K HDR picture quality with the IQ Ultra processor, 240 zones of local dimming and a blazing 1200 nits of peak brightness. This TV comes in 65- and 75-inch sizes, ranging from $1,199.99 – 1,699.99.

The M-Series Quantum brings premium features to midrange price points with HDMI 2.1 inputs and the IQ Active Processor. The MQ8 TVs come in 55- and 65-inch sizes, ranging from $549.99-$749.99 exclusively at Amazon. The MQ7 TVs come in 50-, 55- and 65-inch sizes, ranging from $399.99 – $699.99 and will be available at most major retailers.

The V-Series offers exceptional 4K HDR picture with broad HDR support, future ready 2.1 inputs with eARC and a V gaming engine with low input lag. Screen sizes range from 40 to 70 inches and cost between $229.99 and $799.99.

VIZIO’s first ever OLED TVs offer previously impossible contrast with perfectly black pixels. Combined with the TV’s advanced processor, Ultra Color Spectrum supports more than one billion accurate colors, which are spectacularly set against OLED’s pure black. OLED also affords a wider viewing angle than conventional televisions, with no loss of image quality for family and friends sitting anywhere in the room. The VIZIO OLED 4K HDR SmartCast TVs will available this fall in 55- and 65-inch models, ranging between $1299.99 – $1999.99.

VIZIO 2021 Sound Bar Collection

VIZIO’s 2021 Audio collection complements the outstanding picture quality of VIZIO’s newest SmartCast™ TVs and delivers great audio content with deep bass, serious volume levels, and clear, natural vocals.

The V-Series 2.1 Sound Bar provides outstanding audio at an accessible price, using high-quality, full-range speakers that offer superior accuracy combined with a wireless 5” subwoofer for deep, tunable low end. It is also enhanced with Dolby Audio™ for crystal clear sound, DTS® Virtual:X™ adds floor-to-ceiling virtualized 3D surround sound, and you can stream music wirelessly with Bluetooth from a phone or any compatible device. This sound bar is available now at multiple retailers for $179.99.

The V-Series 5.1 Sound Bar adds a dedicated center channel inside the sound bar for improved dialogue clarity in TV and movies, further enhanced by an adjustable Dialogue EQ option. DTS® Virtual:X™ and Dolby Audio™ are on board to enhance 5.1 soundtracks, or upmix two-channel content to drive all these speakers to bring the latest thrilling 4K entertainment soundtracks to life. This sound bar will be available on July 5, 2020 at $249.99 at multiple retailers.

The M-Series All in One 2.1 Sound Bar is the ideal step-up solution to create a premium home theater experience in a room where subwoofers and surround speakers just don’t fit. The Dialogue Enhancement EQ again boosts clarity so users can hear every word and the sound bar employs DTS® Virtual:X™ for an immersive experience through its high-performance two-way speakers. The sound bar will be available for $149.99 starting on July 26 at multiple retailers.

The Elevate™ 5.1.4 Sound Bar utilizes built-in Dolby Atmos® and DTS:X® decoding to breathe thrilling life-like audio through its 18 speakers across ten total channels creating incredibly immersive surround sound – even from above. The Elevate’s futuristic 48” anodized aluminum body contains Adaptive Height Speakers, two patent-pending front speakers that automatically rotate upward when Dolby Atmos® or DTS:X® content is detected, which along with two upfiring speakers in the surround speakers behind the listener, reflect sound off the ceiling for immersive overhead surround sound as heard in state-of-the-art cinemas. The sound bar will be available this fall for $999.99

VIZIO SmartCast

With VIZIO’s new IQ TV processors, SmartCast lets users instantly jump in and out of the most popular apps, including Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, YouTube TV, Prime Video, CBS All Access, NBC and many more. New apps are continuously being added, such as Movies Anywhere, which is now available on SmartCast TVs. VIZIO is also making it easier than ever for viewers to use their preferred smart home device with SmartCast. SmartCast provides the flexibility to choose between Siri, Google Assistant, or Alexa-enabled devices. Users can now more easily integrate their VIZIO SmartCast TV with their preferred smart home system, so they can more easily control the TV with their voice, view their Google Nest camera feed on the TV, and so much more.
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Today Vizio has announced availability of its 2020 TV and Soundbar lineup as well as updates to its SmartCast platform.

Full Press Release:

VIZIO, the #1 American-based TV brand, today announces the latest updates to its SmartCast platform and its 2021 lineup of TVs and Sound Bars. Full details of the announcements are below and the press releases, imagery, and assets are available here. Across the TV and audio product launches, most products are available starting today 6/30.

VIZIO’s award-winning 2021 LED 4K UHD TV collection, including the V-Series, M-Series Quantum, P-Series Quantum, and P-Series Quantum X, offers cutting-edge 4K picture performance and robust gaming features across the entire lineup. VIZIO is also announcing its highly anticipated, first-ever 4K OLED TVs available in 55- and 65-inch screen sizes.
VIZIO’s all-new V-Series™ 2.1, V-Series 5.1, and M-Series™ All-in-One 2.1 sound bars complement the outstanding picture quality of its newest SmartCast™ TVs.
VIZIO is also launching its futuristic Elevate sound bar with Adaptive Height Speakers, which automatically rotate upward when Dolby Atmos® or DTS:X® content is detected to reflect sound off the ceiling for immersive surround sound as heard in state-of-the-art cinemas.
VIZIO is also rolling out a major update to SmartCast®, which pairs the best-ever performance with endless entertainment. The update is available to all SmartCast users with SmartCast TVs dating as far back as 2016.

VIZIO 2021 TV Collection

VIZIO's 2021 TV collection offers cutting-edge 4K picture performance and robust gaming features across the entire lineup. With 3,000 nits, best-in-class picture performance and intelligence with new IQ Ultra™ and IQ Active™ processors, and a new ProGaming Engine,™ VIZIO is taking this new collection by storm. With the exception of the P-Series Quantum X 85”, the V-Series 75”, and the OLED TVs (available in the fall), all of the models listed below are available today at retailers including Amazon, Best Buy, Costco, Sam’s Club, Target, and Walmart.

The P-Series Quantum X has the best picture performance, offering superior brightness, contrast, and color performance. With up to 3000 nits of peak brightness for brilliant highlights and incredible detail, as well as 800 nits full screen brightness for true-to-life outdoor scenes and more, the P-Series Quantum X will bring the most thrilling images to new life. This TV comes in 65-, 75- and 85-inch models ranging from $1499.99 – $2,299.99.

The P-Series Quantum offers premium 4K HDR picture quality with the IQ Ultra processor, 240 zones of local dimming and a blazing 1200 nits of peak brightness. This TV comes in 65- and 75-inch sizes, ranging from $1,199.99 – 1,699.99.

The M-Series Quantum brings premium features to midrange price points with HDMI 2.1 inputs and the IQ Active Processor. The MQ8 TVs come in 55- and 65-inch sizes, ranging from $549.99-$749.99 exclusively at Amazon. The MQ7 TVs come in 50-, 55- and 65-inch sizes, ranging from $399.99 – $699.99 and will be available at most major retailers.

The V-Series offers exceptional 4K HDR picture with broad HDR support, future ready 2.1 inputs with eARC and a V gaming engine with low input lag. Screen sizes range from 40 to 70 inches and cost between $229.99 and $799.99.

VIZIO’s first ever OLED TVs offer previously impossible contrast with perfectly black pixels. Combined with the TV’s advanced processor, Ultra Color Spectrum supports more than one billion accurate colors, which are spectacularly set against OLED’s pure black. OLED also affords a wider viewing angle than conventional televisions, with no loss of image quality for family and friends sitting anywhere in the room. The VIZIO OLED 4K HDR SmartCast TVs will available this fall in 55- and 65-inch models, ranging between $1299.99 – $1999.99.

VIZIO 2021 Sound Bar Collection

VIZIO’s 2021 Audio collection complements the outstanding picture quality of VIZIO’s newest SmartCast™ TVs and delivers great audio content with deep bass, serious volume levels, and clear, natural vocals.

The V-Series 2.1 Sound Bar provides outstanding audio at an accessible price, using high-quality, full-range speakers that offer superior accuracy combined with a wireless 5” subwoofer for deep, tunable low end. It is also enhanced with Dolby Audio™ for crystal clear sound, DTS® Virtual:X™ adds floor-to-ceiling virtualized 3D surround sound, and you can stream music wirelessly with Bluetooth from a phone or any compatible device. This sound bar is available now at multiple retailers for $179.99.

The V-Series 5.1 Sound Bar adds a dedicated center channel inside the sound bar for improved dialogue clarity in TV and movies, further enhanced by an adjustable Dialogue EQ option. DTS® Virtual:X™ and Dolby Audio™ are on board to enhance 5.1 soundtracks, or upmix two-channel content to drive all these speakers to bring the latest thrilling 4K entertainment soundtracks to life. This sound bar will be available on July 5, 2020 at $249.99 at multiple retailers.

The M-Series All in One 2.1 Sound Bar is the ideal step-up solution to create a premium home theater experience in a room where subwoofers and surround speakers just don’t fit. The Dialogue Enhancement EQ again boosts clarity so users can hear every word and the sound bar employs DTS® Virtual:X™ for an immersive experience through its high-performance two-way speakers. The sound bar will be available for $149.99 starting on July 26 at multiple retailers.

The Elevate™ 5.1.4 Sound Bar utilizes built-in Dolby Atmos® and DTS:X® decoding to breathe thrilling life-like audio through its 18 speakers across ten total channels creating incredibly immersive surround sound – even from above. The Elevate’s futuristic 48” anodized aluminum body contains Adaptive Height Speakers, two patent-pending front speakers that automatically rotate upward when Dolby Atmos® or DTS:X® content is detected, which along with two upfiring speakers in the surround speakers behind the listener, reflect sound off the ceiling for immersive overhead surround sound as heard in state-of-the-art cinemas. The sound bar will be available this fall for $999.99

VIZIO SmartCast

With VIZIO’s new IQ TV processors, SmartCast lets users instantly jump in and out of the most popular apps, including Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, YouTube TV, Prime Video, CBS All Access, NBC and many more. New apps are continuously being added, such as Movies Anywhere, which is now available on SmartCast TVs. VIZIO is also making it easier than ever for viewers to use their preferred smart home device with SmartCast. SmartCast provides the flexibility to choose between Siri, Google Assistant, or Alexa-enabled devices. Users can now more easily integrate their VIZIO SmartCast TV with their preferred smart home system, so they can more easily control the TV with their voice, view their Google Nest camera feed on the TV, and so much more.
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The 85” not coming til Fall is an absolute heartbreaker for me.
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Yea, pretty weird the site hasn’t updated. No retail listings either.

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The 85” not coming til Fall is an absolute heartbreaker for me.

Look on the bright side the deals will be better around that time.

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It appears the new models support DTS:X passthru but there is no evidence the new TV's offers that via earc despite the soundbars being all over it. I wish the full TV specs were available to clarify that. It wouldn't be the first WTF moment to find out their soundbars support DTS:X but the TV does not.
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Available starting today.... but where? Haven't we waited long enough? The website is not offering shipping on anything and as was mentioned upthread there are no retail listings.

I also want to know about dts:x on the tvs. I feel like we're still lacking so much information.
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Available starting today.... but where? Haven't we waited long enough? The website is not offering shipping on anything and as was mentioned upthread there are no retail listings.

I also want to know about dts:x on the tvs. I feel like we're still lacking so much information.
Currently, I only see two 2021 models on Best Buy's website:

New!VIZIO - 43" - V-Series - 4k Ultra HD TV - Smart - LED - with HDR
Model:V435-H11
SKU:6411694

New!VIZIO - 50" Class - LED - M-Series Quantum Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR
Model:M50Q7-H1
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Edit: There are now 12 models listed on BB site.. including OLEDS..

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Currently, I only see two 2021 models on Best Buy's website:

New!VIZIO - 43" - V-Series - 4k Ultra HD TV - Smart - LED - with HDR
Model:V435-H11
SKU:6411694

New!VIZIO - 50" Class - LED - M-Series Quantum Series - 2160p - Smart - 4K UHD TV with HDR
Model:M50Q7-H1
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Edit: There are now 12 models listed on BB site.. including OLEDS..
Thanks. I see practically their entire line except the X which makes no sense to me when 65 and 75 were supposed to be available today as well.
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Thanks. I see practically their entire line except the X which makes no sense to me when 65 and 75 were supposed to be available today as well.
The X is showing up now, with the same 08/02 date
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I was looking forward to the 85" too, but hopefully there will be good deals



so now, this will give me time to select between the Vizio 85" and XBR85X950H
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Now, THAT is a soundbar! None of this 1.5" deep 2.5" driver crap.
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so now, this will give me time to select between the Vizio 85" and XBR85X950H
Honestly the 950H at 85" would probably get blown away by the Vizio. Brightness, local dimming, and HDMI ports will be better on the Vizio. The upscaling will be better on the Sony and out of the box color accuracy. I would go with the Vizio over the 950H all day every day.
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I see no mention of wide-angle filters. At 75-85", that will mean visible color washout and loss of contrast towards the borders of the screen like typical VA panels. Seems only Samsung and Sony care about the issue.
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I see no mention of wide-angle filters. At 75-85", that will mean visible color washout and loss of contrast towards the borders of the screen like typical VA panels. Seems only Samsung and Sony care about the issue.

I’m glad they don’t have wide angle filters. Those come at the expense of contrast ratio, which for many home theater enthusiasts is not a worthy trade off.
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Anyone catch the price of the 75" P series Quantum X?

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No filter also comes at the expense of contrast ratio for everything but a very small area in the center of the screen.
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wondering what the input lag will be on the 75 QX and the 65 OLED , apart from picture quality and upscaling of crappy tv cable might be biggest deciding factor for me . Either way I’m upgrading from a 8 year old Sony hx750 I can’t go wrong lol.
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As usual, PIP/POP is missing. My 2008 Vizio has almost all the right features, including 8 total video inputs (though one lacking matching audio), and one-button access via remote to each of the four input categories (HDMI, VGA, component, composite). It had a tolerable OTA program guide, infinitely better than any Vizio I've inspected since. I say "had" because a board replacement due to failed HDMI input eliminated the guide altogether.

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Honestly the 950H at 85" would probably get blown away by the Vizio. Brightness, local dimming, and HDMI ports will be better on the Vizio. The upscaling will be better on the Sony and out of the box color accuracy. I would go with the Vizio over the 950H all day every day.

TY boosted330 for the note, helps me. hope the vizio 85" has a good deal during BF or CM..few more months to wait till Nov..
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This is the first time I've been excited to check out an upcoming product from Vizio. The 85 inch P-Series Quantum X for 2021 sounds amazing. I just wish their stand was different since I'm not sure my TV stand is wide enough for it. I've always respected Vizio for their bang-for-the-buck value but this is the first time I remember them making a product this high-end and really taking it to Samsung, LG, and Sony.
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It appears the new models support DTS:X passthru but there is no evidence the new TV's offers that via earc despite the soundbars being all over it. I wish the full TV specs were available to clarify that. It wouldn't be the first WTF moment to find out their soundbars support DTS:X but the TV does not.
According to https://www.digitaltrends.com/home-t...release-dates/, the OLED and quantum px LCDs have earc.
Do Sony and Samsung 4K tvs have a 64-bit engine with machine learning? Is there any specific information on whether Vizio pqx will have any wide angle filter?


"Powering the OLED 4K HDR Smart TV is Vizio’s IQ Ultra processor, a 64-bit engine that uses A.I. and machine learning to deliver better color, brightness, and detail, according to the company. It comes with Vizio’s latest version of its SmartCast TV operating system, which is loaded with the most popular streaming apps and supports both AirPlay 2 and Chromecast for easy casting from all of your devices.

In addition to supporting HDMI 2.1 along with HDMI eARC, the OLED 4K HDR Smart TV is also compatible with HDR10, HDR10+, Dolby Vision, and HLG, which pretty much guarantees it will work with all current high dynamic range (HDR) video sources. Vizio’s ProGaming Engine rounds out the OLED 4K HDR Smart TV’s features with Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) and resolutions up to 4K at 120Hz.

The new P-Series Quantum X 4K HDR TV is all about brightness. It features an absolutely retina-searing 3,000-nit peak brightness capability, which should take HDR material to an intense new level in terms of realism. Vizio claims the quantum dot panels used on the P-Series Quantum X are the highest performing on the market, offering 180% more color than standard 4K HDR TVs.This model shares all of the processing technologies found on the OLED 4K HDR Smart TV, including the IQ Ultra processor, ProGaming Engine, and support for HDR10, HDR10+, Dolby Vision, HLG, HDMI 2.1, and HDMI eARC."

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wondering what the input lag will be on the 75 QX and the 65 OLED , apart from picture quality and upscaling of crappy tv cable might be biggest deciding factor for me . Either way I’m upgrading from a 8 year old Sony hx750 I can’t go wrong lol.
Lag hasn't been an issue on most TVs for awhile now. Even with the old 2016 vintage CPU, last years Vizios had at *most* 26ms lag in Game Mode.
With a brand new CPU for 2020 and HDMI 2.1, I bet the lag will be at most 15ms, like every other HDMI 2.1 TV.

I'm upgrading from a stalwart 12 year old Samsung 52" A550 1080P. The thing won't die, it works just as well today as it did 12 years ago.
Samsung hasn't impressed me lately with their decisions, so I'm probably going with the 85" Vizio QX or 85" Sony X900H. Or maybe I'll just wait one more year for any HDMI 2.1 bugs to get worked out. I'm sure my old Samsung will still be working!
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Honestly the 950H at 85" would probably get blown away by the Vizio. Brightness, local dimming, and HDMI ports will be better on the Vizio. The upscaling will be better on the Sony and out of the box color accuracy. I would go with the Vizio over the 950H all day every day.
Also not a fan of Sony's x wide angle technology on the 950H. I'd rather have the 900H VA panel for less $
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When will amazon get its version of these tvs I was in the market for one when I got news of the new ones coming out. Hope it does not take long for them to start selling them. 55 inch m-series quantum for sure.
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The 55" OLED model has caught my attention. I have never owned a Vizio tv but I have heard great things about them. I took a look at the specs that are listed on the BB website and this model does sound intriguing. Hopefully it will be hold up against other models of the same size from other manufacturers. I've wanting to upgrade my current tv and this one looks to be a great replacement from what I currently have.
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