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VIZIO P75-C1 75" 4K HDR Display w/Tablet

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VIZIO P75-C1 75" 4K HDR Display w/Tablet
Price: $1699.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard (Free with Prime)
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Thursday, Jun 14 to Friday, Jun 15) + transit
Condition: Refurbished

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Previous Similar Sales (May not be exact model)
4/8/2018 - $1,699.99


12/8/2017 - $2,299.99 (Woot Plus)
12/4/2017 - $2,299.99 (Woot Plus)
12/4/2017 - $2,299.99 (Woot Plus)

stv6669


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https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/vizio/p-series-2016

Biggest downfall of this TV is the lowest input lag is on HDMI 5 but HDMI 5 port does not support HDR. So if you're planning on using your next gen console for 4k gaming, this TV will disappoint you with it's input lag or it's lack of HDR for gaming. With HDR you're going at nearly 50 ms of lag where without it you're closer to 17 ms of lag. To compare, the top 4k gaming TV that comes to mind is the TCL 6 series which offers 19 ms of lag with 4k HDR in 60Hz (more than twice as fast as this tv) and the TCL 6 series is under $1000 brand new for a 65".

gilzow


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This price seems WAY too high given it's more than two years old *and* a refurbished unit. These TVs new were being cleared out at less than a $1000 once the 2017 series was released. And you can pick up a new 75" tv that is comparable in specs for about the same price now.

anarchynow


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I hate that they only give you the "effective refresh rate" and not the actual native refresh rate. How this isn't considered fraud is beyond me

Kraki


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I have had the 65" version of this TV for 2 years and have been happy with it as a 4K monitor.

The tablet remote is more of a gimmick than anything else - it is somewhat flimsy and very underpowered. The small standard remote gets used 95% of the time for input switching. The chromecast capabilities work fine from any android device, so we just use our phones when we want to throw youtube on the screen.

Wireless connectivity has been solid on 5GHz radio. No issues there.

I currently have a FireTV 4K pendant, a Razer laptop @ 3,840 x 2,160 and a Sony UBP-X800 UHD BR player hooked up without problems. Audio fed to a Denon AVR-X4100W over HDMI using ARC because the receiver doesn't support 4K video streams.

YMMV but I've been pleased.

Best luck.

Tdavis81


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gilzow wrote:This price seems WAY too high given it's more than two years old *and* a refurbished unit. These TVs new were being cleared out at less than a $1000 once the 2017 series was released. And you can pick up a new 75" tv that is comparable in specs for about the same price now.



I believe these are the 2017 models, Its current sale price from Vizio is $2999.99. So I would say they arn't a terrible price.

https://www.vizio.com/p75c1.html