VIZIO 60" 4K Ultra HD TV M60-D1 Ultra HD HDR Home Theater Display + $300 GC - $999.99 FS @ Dell

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Vizio M60-D1
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Dell Consumer has the Vizio SmartCast M60-D1 60" 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Smart Home Theater Display w/ 6" Android Tablet Remote (2016) + $300 Gift Card on sale for $999.99 with free shipping. The $300 Gift Card will appear in cart during checkout and will arrive via email in 10-20 days.

  • 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
  • 240Hz effective refresh rate (720 enhanced)
  • 64 Active LED Zones
  • 802.11ac Dual Band
  • Ethernet
  • BT 4.1LE
  • Built-in Google Cast
  • Quad-Core CPU
  • 5x HDMI 


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dang, thought it was for free

Don't like the way these displays are heading. No tuner means w/o cable sub you're not watching local channels.

Put price in title please.

Stubtify said:   Don't like the way these displays are heading. No tuner means w/o cable sub you're not watching local channels.
  Not true.. you can pick up a relatively cheap external tuner for HD or something like the TiVO Roamio for locals... I really have not used the antenna input/tuner on my LCD TV's for the past 5 years... I cut the cable 2 years ago and just use antennas and have had a TiVO Premier with lifetime connected to my antenna for locals without a problem.

Found this box for $22 to get OTA signals through HDMI OTA Box

Stubtify said:   Don't like the way these displays are heading. No tuner means w/o cable sub you're not watching local channels.
  Or if you have VERY basic cable like I do, and use the TV tuner instead of the giant crappy box that the cable company charges you for.

brehas said:   
Stubtify said:   Don't like the way these displays are heading. No tuner means w/o cable sub you're not watching local channels.
  Or if you have VERY basic cable like I do, and use the TV tuner instead of the giant crappy box that the cable company charges you for.

  
You're lucky that you have been able to avoid cable company rental fees for this long. Prepare yourself -- unfortunately it's only a matter of time before your cable company starts encrypting those local channels, and now that Supreme Stooge Ajit Pai has scrapped the FCC set-top provisions, you will have to either rent from your local monopoly or cut the cord altogether. Sad times.


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 I picked this up at Costco for $727 a couple of weeks ago. This price comes around every month or so. I just missed it the last time in November

 



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