Did that and still 480 even logged in and out ,
Log into Netflix go to playback settings on your computer and make sure the setting is set to high quality
How much did you pay for it at Costco?I bought M70-D3 at Costco today. It has two USB ports, one USB-3 and one USB-2. I plugged my USB flash drive with some movies and nothing happens.
My M50-C1 can play videos from USB flash drive.
What is the purpose of USB ports on M70-D3?
100% agree. I am interested in this TV for the cast feature.... But I've been using HTPCs for 10 years now... And also have been using chromecast and Roku's since they came out. I can see it taking a bit for some people to get used to- especially for non-tech people or older people like my parents age. There's no way my parents would like the tablet based remote. It's like in the 70s and 80s when tv remotes started to become more common place.... They were confusing to my grandparents at first (100 button remotes for tv, receiver, vcr, etc).I find it funny how many people dislike casting, it is literally the reason i purchased the vizio. I had a samsung tv from 2016 and returned it because it was such a poor experience in comparison to chromecast functionality.
1. You know 100% if a 4k show is playing and if its getting dolby digital or dolby vision.
2. Its faster to load.
3. Typing is WAYYY easier.
4. Browsing titles are easier to read on a phone than on a screen, especially descriptions or reviews.
5. Its just cleaner. I love the screen that sits there when you arent casting with the pretty pics changing every so often, time is nice to have there too.
People just arent used to chromecast and they call it "bad", shame really because its superior in nearly every way to having smart interface on a TV (some people complain about no track scrubbing, but ive never had an issue moving the little bar on netflix to where i want to go). I think LG's smart interface would be a much better experience with the remote that acts like a mouse pointer for people who want the on screen interfaces.
But i will agree the picture is just "ok", this TV is not worth a thousand dollars (55" that is).
There is no way to test that accurately. We would have to rely on Vizio for that information. Matt confirmed that the 2016 P-series does 10-bit input, processing, and output, making it a true 10-bit panel. I don't think anyone even knows what panel manufacturers they use for the 2016 M-series. I would think AUO for the odd sizes, and perhaps still Sharp for the even ones.Can anyone confirm if the panel on the 2016 M series is a "true" 10-bit panel?
From Matt via Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbmcrae/with_repliesThere is no way to test that accurately. We would have to rely on Vizio for that information. Matt confirmed that the 2016 P-series does 10-bit input, processing, and output, making it a true 10-bit panel. I don't think anyone even knows what panel manufacturers they use for the 2016 M-series. I would think AUO for the odd sizes, and perhaps still Sharp for the even ones.
This makes me wonder if the P panels aren't entirely 10-bit either.From Matt via Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbmcrae/with_replies
"Panel is 10bit, driver ICs are 8bit+dither, processing is minimum 10bit (much of pipeline is way above 10bit)"
"the biggest difference is wide color gamut and a bit more brightness on p series"
"Full HDR10 support for M Series is targeted for August"
I just picked up a M70-D3 from Costco this morning. Nice image. ARC not working (probably 25 ft cable) but I have no 4K anyway except for Youtube. Will decide over the next month or so to keep M70 or swap for P65 once Costco USA gets them (presuming they will).
I understand that's what Matt said, and far be it from me to not trust him on that, but I guess my point is, we'll never know for sure. That's why I highlighted the parts of Matt's quote where he explains the biggest differences between the M and the P. To me, the difference between 8-bit + dither and true 10-bit would have been worth mentioning.No the P series is full 10 Bit
The blooming issues people are complaining about are not making any sense. The entire purpose of an IPS display is so that when viewing the tv at any given angle the picture looks normal/perfect.
Last year Vizio used VA panels and this year have upgraded to all IPS panels on their M series.
Could it in fact be the issue where the larger tv size panels are made by sharp & the smaller sized panels are made by AOU? Is there any way to confirm this?