|Item Weight||72.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||56.96 x 2.72 x 32.72 inches|
|Item model number||PX65-G1|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required. (included)|
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VIZIO P-Series Quantum X 65” Class (64.50" Diag.) 4K HDR Smart TV
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|Connections||Wireless, USB, Ethernet, HDMI|
|Refresh Rate||240 Hz|
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About this item
- Quantum color: Delivers up to 165% more color than standard 4K TVs
- Ultra bright 3000: Delivers bright, detailed highlights at up to 600 nits of brightness
- 384 local dimming zones: Allows for deep black levels with stunning depth and contrast.
- Dolby vision HDR: Capable of displaying a wider spectrum of colors &detail; Includes HDR10 and HLG content support
- 4K ultra HD: 4 times the resolution of 1080p with over 8 million pixels
- Works with Apple airplay: Wirelessly mirror content such as web pages and presentations
- Works with Apple home kit: Control your TV using the Apple home app or Siri
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Top Reasons to Choose P-Series Quantum X.
- Our Most Colorful TV, with Quantum Color
- Our Brightest Picture, UltraBright 2700
- Deepest Blacks, up to 480 Local Dimming Zones
- Exceptional 4K Detail, with 4K UHD + Dolby Vision HDR
- Award-Winning Smart TV, with SmartCast
- Stream Apple TV+, Disney+, and thousands of apps with Apple AirPlay 2 or use Chromecast built-in
- Enjoy popular shows & movies from Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu and more
- Built-In Voice Control, with Hands-Free TV
* CNET The Best TVs of CES 2019 award – 01/10/20
Our most colorful TVs ever.
An extraordinary color experience.
With Quantum Color, VIZIO P-Series Quantum X produces up to 165% more color than a standard 4K HDR TV.**
** Color defined as the color volume measured using Dolby’s MDC (millions of distinguishable colors) specification that factors the range of colors and luminance levels; standard 4K HDR TV features rec709 color, up to 300 nits of brightness and no local dimming.
Our brightest picture with UltraBright 2700.
Delivers up to 10x brighter imagery with striking detail in every highlight.
Our most striking contrast with deepest black levels.
Our most powerful Active Full Array backlight creates near-perfect contrast across 480 local dimming zones.
Stream. Share. Control.
Finding great content and streaming high-quality 4K HDR video is incredibly easy with SmartCast Home. Browse favorites like Netflix, Hulu and Disney+ right on the TV using the included remote or SmartCast Mobile app on your phone or tablet.
Stream from your device with Apple AirPlay 2 and Chromecast built-in
Stream movies, TV shows, music and more or mirror your screen for presentations and video chats directly on your VIZIO SmartCast TV.
(Watch Game of Thrones on HBONOW with a subscription)
Free & unlimited TV with WatchFree.
Over 100 free live and original channels, including TV shows, movies, news, sports, lifestyle and trending digital series.
Use your voice to control your TV.
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VIZIO PX65-G1 P-Series Quantum X 65” Class (64.50" Diag.) 4K HDR Smart TV (Renewed)
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|Connectivity Technology||HDMI, Wireless, USB, Ethernet||Wireless||Bluetooth, Wireless, HDMI, Ethernet||Built-in Wi-Fi, HDMI, USB, Ethernet||HDMI, Wireless, USB, Ethernet|
|Screen Size||64.5 inches||55 inches||49.5 inches||65 inches||64.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions||56.96 x 2.72 x 32.72 inches||48.50 x 13.38 x 30.75 inches||43.80 x 9.50 x 28.30 inches||65.00 x 9.00 x 43.00 inches||56.96 x 2.72 x 32.72 inches|
|Refresh Rate||240 hertz||120 hertz||60 hertz||120||—|
|Total HDMI Ports||5||4||4||4||5|
Introducing VIZIO’s best picture ever. The VIZIO P-Series Quantum X 65” Class (64. 5" Diag.) 4K HDR Smart TV delivers the pinnacle of home-theater experiences. Behold cinematic quantum-dot colors, our deepest blacks and brightest bright for captivating contrast. Take a quantum leap forward in picture quality. Contrast approaches perfection as Active Full Array uses 384 zones of local dimming to keep black levels pure -- while Ultra Bright 3000 generates fiery highlights that smolder up to a dazzling 3000 nits. Dolby Vision HDR harnesses the powers of super-bright and pitch-black, producing premium picture quality that pops with detail. And a 240Hz effective refresh rate, achieved with backlight scanning, makes motion as silky smooth as it is stunning. Experience cinematic color intensity as more than one billion colors jump to life. Advanced quantum-dot technology delivers P-Series Quantum X’s broadest, most accurate color range to date, with up to 165% more color than standard 4K TVs. VIZIO’s Smart Cast 3. 0 is the one-stop smart TV solution that brings you more of the entertainment you love, thanks to Apple Airplay 2 support and Chromecast Built-in. With Apple Airplay, use your iPhone, iPad or Mac to stream movies, shows, music, and photos from iTunes, Apple TV and other Airplay-compatible apps to the TV. Browse favorites like Netflix and Hulu right on the TV or enjoy free and unlimited TV from over 150 channels with VIZIO Watch Free. Streaming, controlling, and sharing has never been easier — no extra streaming devices or remotes needed. And every P-Series Quantum X makes a great smart home companion, with voice control support for Siri, Google Assistant, and Alexa. Power on your TV, stream apps, and much more with simple hands-free voice control. Discover an extraordinary picture, all wrapped up in a sleek, precision-crafted bezel-less design to create the most immersive viewing experience imaginable. Color defined as the color volume measured using Dolby’s MDC (millions of distinguishable colors) specification that factors the range of colors and luminance levels; standard 4K HDR TV features rec709 color, up to 300 nits of brightness and no local dimming.
Visible screen diagonal
65" / 164 cm
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I have watched several 4K UHD Blu-ray movies and the picture quality is really good. I have also viewed about ten 1080p Blu-ray discs and the 4K up conversion done by the Quantum X is really good as well. Considering the 4K features I can say the Vizio Quantum X is equal to or out performs the Samsung F8500 in almost all categories. Affordable technology has finally caught up with plasma TV. I am not an expert and do not have proper testing equipment, but the experts have concluded that if you were to buy a QLED TV of equaled performance made by any of the other QLED TV manufacturers you will pay as much as double the price. I am glad I watched the reviews of this TV on RTINGS.com, CNET and Digital Trends. If you are a Vizio fan or enjoy a high quality picture, for the price you can't go wrong.
By far the Best Vizio TV ever!
- Quantum Dot technology produces the widest color gamut of any TV in its class.
- FALD (Full Array Local Dimming) produces deep blacks and very bright highlights, even in real viewing.
- Overall, very good picture quality, which includes HDR10, HDR10+, and Dolby Vision support, and 11-point White Balance adjustment.
- Very fast refresh rate, motion handling, and blur reduction; great for gaming, due to low latency.
- Modern industrial design that makes it an elegant addition to any Living Room.
- Very poor off-angle performance.
- Noticeable blooming effect.
- Terrible Smart interface.
To give you a bit of context, before I purchased the Vizio, I had two iterations of TCL's new Mini-LED, 8-series, in a 65" size. The only benefit that the TCL has over the Vizio is better "blooming" mitigation. While I say that though, it's not all good. That blooming mitigation is due to an aggressive algorithm that tapers off blacks VERY quickly. What that means is that there is a propensity for the TCL to "crush blacks." So, the easiest way to see this is watching "Our Planet" on Netflix, wherein the scene with the planet Earth rotating, the TCL will crush out twinkling stars because the pinpoint white speck is considered artifact against the blackness of space, so the processor just blacks it out.
If it doesn't make sense what I am saying, that's bad. You will lose nuanced detail in dark scenes, which the TCL often does. But this isn't a TCL review, you're saying...
Correct! The difference with the Vizio is how this set handles scenes differently (and better) than the TCL. Vizio's picture processing algorithm is more in line with the industry-leading Sony LED-LCD TVs. Had I not had the TCL and the Vizio set so close together, I wouldn't have known what I was missing. I was missing a lot. The Vizio does an incredible job of displaying HDR content. Popping rich colors. Deep blacks. Bright brights! It really is an amazing display.
Compared to the TCL, it does other things a lot better. Motion handling is a LOT better. Consistency across formats is much better. Color reproduction is better. The Vizio provides just a better picture over and over. You're guaranteed a great picture no matter what you're watching.
When you're watching the TV straight ahead.
Off-angle viewing suffers tremendously. Now, to caveat this, this is a problem with ANY VA-type panel. Bigger panels from Sony and others have off-angle mitigation mechanisms. This Vizio has one too, which darkens the blue sub-pixel, but it's not enough to overcome the backlight. Off-angle viewing can often look cloudy; this is most apparent when viewing SDR (or, standard dynamic range; as opposed to HDR) content, and is more affected by poor streaming/compression artifacts introduced by different services (SDR content on Amazon Prime look worse than SDR on Vudu for example).
SmartCast leaves little to be desired. While I am getting more and more used to it, I have a Roku stick on the TV as a backup. It's also perplexing that something like Google Play Movies isn't an app on a TV that is running a skinned version of Android TV. But that's not all negative. Because the Vizio is running a skinned version of Android TV, Vizio can update SmartCast at any time, adding features, etc., whereas Sony or Hisense are dependent on Android TV updates from Google.
The last thing that I will say here, going back to the TCL comparison, is build quality. My first 8-series TCL TV had 5 stuck or dead pixels, and a grossly "dirty screen effect" (seen with a grey uniformity test pattern) where there was a big black splotch right in the middle of the display. After returning that display, I got a second one, which was, honestly, much cleaner, with regards to DSE, but there were more than TWICE as many stuck or dead pixels. In my opinion, that's not okay for a 21st century consumer electronic, particular when it's a "flagship" device.
The Vizio? No defects out of the box. And to be honest, I've had three Vizios and all of them have come defect free. That's pretty good for a brand that went from being a budget brand, to a value brand, to now, competing with other high-end brands, like Sony and Samsung.
RECOMMENDATION: Highly recommend this to anyone looking for a LED-LCD, Q-DOT, FALD TV set.
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The blacks are incredibly deep for an LED TV, and it’s clear that local dimming has improved significantly since my last television. Yes, there is still haloing and blooming in some circumstances, but it is very minimized. You can run full array on the low setting if you wish to almost completely eliminate blooming, but the medium setting is the best(medium full array boasts bright highlights and semi-aggressive local dimming for an eye-popping yet balanced image, especially in HDR but also in SDR which is great.)
As for uniformity, my unit has some vertical banding and gradient issues, but so has every single TV I’ve ever owned, even the LG C8 which was my previous OLED TV. As long as you aren’t looking for flaws, you’re unlikely to be bothered by them during content viewing.
Overall, this is the best purchase I’ve ever made. Vizio absolutely knocked it out of the park in 2019. The pop of both HDR and SDR is truly astonishing, and colours just jump off the screen. This is THE perfect gaming TV(no VRR, but scores in every other aspect), but is also fantastic for regular viewing and films. It deserves 5 stars despite its flaws, because they are to be expected. Nobody is buying a TV, especially an LED, expecting 0 uniformity issues and local dimming hiccups.
You won’t regret this purchase. The brightest TV on the affordable consumer market is truly something to behold.