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Replacing Vizio M75-C1 under warranty, need help

I have a Vizio M75-C1 that has developed dark spots on the screen. Its covered under warranty and they are going to replace it. The first three options were no where near the specs of this Vizio.

The warranty covers a tv up to 2500. What would be a comparable replacement?
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They're giving you the cash? Get a 65" LG B8 or C8! They can be had for less than $2000US now.
And if you have the extra space and money, check out the 77" monsters!
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They're giving you the cash? Get a 65" LG B8 or C8! They can be had for less than $2000US now.
And if you have the extra space and money, check out the 77" monsters!
No cash only a new television.

The offer right now is the P75-F1 from Vizio. Seems like a good set
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No cash only a new television.

The offer right now is the P75-F1 from Vizio. Seems like a good set
If you can, maybe hold out for a Vizio P-Series Quantum X? I believe they're releasing it in a 75" size, but haven't seen any pricing or release details. If you're at the mercy of having to pick right now, I'm not sure what you'd want to pick in that size range.
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If you can, maybe hold out for a Vizio P-Series Quantum X? I believe they're releasing it in a 75" size, but haven't seen any pricing or release details. If you're at the mercy of having to pick right now, I'm not sure what you'd want to pick in that size range.
Wish we could wait but we have to make decision now due to the warranty replacement. We are going with the P75-F1. Hope its as good or better than my M75. We love this television.
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Wish we could wait but we have to make decision now due to the warranty replacement. We are going with the P75-F1. Hope its as good or better than my M75. We love this television.


It should be considering the P-Series is slotted above the M. Enjoy!


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