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A Review of the VIZIO M-Series 4K Ultra HD Smart LED HDTV Series – (M55-V2, M60-V3, M43-V1, M70-V3, M50-V1, M65-V1, M49-V1, M80-V3, M75-V1 Versions)

by on July 28, 2015
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Overview

After releasing their astonishingly low-priced P-Series 4K TVs to completely upset the High-end 4K TV industry in late 2014, Vizio is at it again with the even more affordable M-Series line of UHD TVs for 2015. Update 2016: Here is a more detailed guide and comparison the different series and features of Vizio TVs.

These latest models offer some of the best value and overall quality per dollar spent on the market for ultra HD TV technology today and you simply can’t go wrong with any of the M-Series models in terms of price, connectivity, overall specs and access to the latest and best streaming 4K video content.

The VIZIO M-Series 4K Ultra HD Smart TV represents one of the most affordable deals in the UHD TV industry today, and it more than delivers on overall value and features.

The VIZIO M-Series line of 43 to 70 inch TVs may not be of the same caliber as the latest cutting edge UHD models from Samsung UN55JS8500, LG EG9600 or Sony XBR55X850C but they do deliver on all the crucial technologies and specs. Anyone who wants to get their feet wet with 4K TV without completely going overboard on price, simply won’t find a better deal on sale today than that offered by the models in the M-Series.

The Good

The M49-C1 is not an ultra-high end 4K TV of the best caliber so don’t expect the radical new features of a Samsung SUHD or an LG OLED set but that said, this is one compact but powerful package of core future-proof 4K technology that will leave you wanting for none of the essentials in ultra HD home entertainment essentials.

For starters, the M49-C1 offers a full connectivity package that includes WiFi connections, Ethernet, HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2 compatibility and full HVEC compatibility. Thus, access to Netflix, Amazon YouTube 4K videos and a wide variety of other upcoming UHD video sources is guaranteed pretty much out of the box as long as you have a decent internet connection to work with.

Additionally, like the P-Series before it, the M49-C1 comes with the full-array backlighting that previously was only the domain of absolutely high-end 4K TVs and still remains an expensive “extra” feature for most Samsung, Sony or LG models. Unlike these other brands, Vizio invested early in creating affordable, high quality full-array backlighting and the result has been a wonderfully affordable version of the technology in all their 4K sets.

Other excellent features of this smaller M-Series model include 28 different lighting zones for sharper, more precise illumination of content and an automatic software update process that will make sure your M49-C1’s internal smart TV and other software systems are never out of date.


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The bad

Vizio is offering a specific thing with the M50-C1 and that is a 4K TV with all of the essentials of the latest in 4K entertainment functionality with a few luxury bonuses (like HDCP 2.2 and Full-array backlighting). Thus, they make no claims to being something more than what they are and the deficiencies of the M50-C1 are as such mostly things that the manufacturer doesn’t claim to offer anyhow.

With this TV, you won’t get the sheer beauty of OLED technology or the exquisite contrast levels of Samsung SUHD HDR. Nor will the M50-C1 offer you the quantum dot color enhancement of other recent Sony and Samsung models.

Instead, you’ll mostly get a picture quality that is very good by the standards of conventional 4K while offering connectivity that’s as good as it gets for any 4K TV.

Small picture defects like less than perfect contrast, poor off angle viewing of the screen and slightly less than brilliant color vibrancy are possible with the M43-C1.

Final Thoughts

The Vizio M55-C2 gives you exactly what it promises and no less or too much more. It’s a solid all-around starter 4K ultra HD TV set with decent picture quality and excellent connectivity to potential 4K UHD content sources. Furthermore, you can get your hands on all of these features at the most affordable price on the market today. For a starter 4K TV set, we can’t recommend a better option.

Specs

• Screen size: 43 inch - M43-V1, 49 inch - M49-V1, 50 inch - M50-V1, 55 inch - M55-V2, 60 inch - M60-V3, 65 inch - M65-V1, 70 inch - M70-V3, 75 inch - M75-V1, 80 inch - M80-V3,
• Smart TV: Yes
• HEVC (H.265) Included: Yes
• HD to UHD upscaling: Yes
• HDCP 2.2 Compliance: Yes
• Refresh Rate: 120Hz
• Screen Lighting: full-array LED backlighting with 28 zone local dimming technology
• Resolution: 3,840 x 2,160 pixels UHD
• Wireless Connectivity: Yes, includes WiFi, Blue Tooth, NFC and Ethernet port
• Remotes: one Vizio button remote
• Connectivity: 3 HDMI 2.0 ports, 2 HDMI 1.4 ports 1 USB 3.0, component, Digital Audio out, Composite, Ethernet
• Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 17 million:1
• TV weight with/without stand: 22.71 lbs/22.05 lbs
• Dimensions: TV without stand: 37.93” x 21.82” x 2.44”, TV with Stand: 37.93” x 23.97” x 8.27”
• Processor: V6 Six-core processor: Quad-core GPU + Dual-core CPU

Highlights

Overall, the Vizio M-Class as a whole shares the following highlights and despite being the smallest of the 7 TVs in this family, the M55-C2 gives you pretty much all the same killer features except larger screen size and a wider array of distinct lighting zones inside the screen (for the same obvious reason of smaller screen size).

Some of the more notable highlights from this wide range of features include the following:

For starters, you get the benefit of the trademark Vizio full-array backlighting technology that the company invested heavily in making into something more compact, affordable and easier to fit inside both of its 4K TV lines, the P-Series and M-Series. With Full-array backlighting, you get a far superior overall picture clarity, brightness level and quantity of specific screen segment illumination control.

This is further augmented by 28 different autonomous lighting zones as found in the 43 inch M55-C2. In comparison to the edge—lit displays of more expensive models from Sony, Samsung or LG, the full-array of Vizio’s M-series is a notable improvement that’s all the more valuable because it doesn’t ruin the affordability to this TV.

Additionally, the M60-C3 comes with the obvious ultra HD 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. This is augmented still more by an Ultra Upscaling engine that takes normal 720p HD and 1080p Full HD content and then scales both up to levels of clarity that come relatively close to the caliber of native 4K. Vizio’s upscaling engine is particularly known for being good at delivering a quality upscaling process which doesn’t distort the original HD content it’s working on.

We should also mention the VM50 Ultra HD motion and picture processing engine of the M60-C3. This feature is a standard of any quality 4K TV and in this case it works surprisingly well at delivering constantly refined clarity that sharpens realism and detail on the screen even for content that isn’t natively 4K in its resolution.

Finally, there is the sheer connectivity of the M60-C3’s smart TV package. Thanks to agreements with different content providers and a sound investment in building HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2 and HEVC compression codec decoding capability into its TVs, Vizio has made sure that your smart TV interface is packed with apps that give you out-of-the-box access to 4K content from Netflix, Amazon Prime Instant Video, Ultraflix and a number of other web-based sources.


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Visual Specs

The VIZIO M65-C1 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV offers the standard visual specs that come with any high quality 4K TV in its class but also includes the added twist of full-array LED backlighting to make things even more valuable.

Thus you get the full benefit of the 4K ultra HD resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels found in any standard and more budget-oriented UHD TV but with the still rarified feature of an LED panel that covers the back of the screen instead of simply lighting it from along the edges.

This means far better content illumination and a much better overall color vibrancy.

Moving beyond this, the M65-C1 includes the already mentioned Ultra Upscaling engine for moving HD and Full HD content into a different category of quality and on top of this, it comes with a VM50 Ultra HD picture processing engine for smooth, crystal clear rendering of on-screen content.

Additionally, we should mention that this is a model with a 120Hz refresh rate and a contrast ratio of as much as 20 million to 1 thanks to the 28 active autonomous LED zones that are built into the full-array LED sequence.

Two visual deficiencies that the M65-C1 does unfortunately come with include a lower contrast ratio than the Vizio P-Series or many newer 4K models from Sony or Panasonic and the others and a narrow optimum viewing angle. Neither of these is anywhere close to being a deal-breaker but they can affect performance under the wrong circumstances. Darker content shown in a more brightly lit room can look more murky than is fitting of a 4K TV and if you’ve got couches that are too far off to one side of your TV’s ideal location, you might want to move them closer towards the front of the M65-C1.

Connectivity

The M70-C3 comes with the kind of connectivity that you need for a 4K TV to work effectively with all the latest content and media options. In fact, this is one of its strongest features and the one area in which the M70-C3 is on par with even the best that High end TVs like the Samsung SUHD line or The Panasonic Veira TVs have to offer.

With the M70-C3, you of course get built in WiFi via a powerful 802.11ac Dual Band high speed connection. On top of this, there’s also the usual and perfunctionary Ethernet port that’s so crucial to getting your Netflix and Amazon streams to the screen.

The M70-C3 also really does a fantastic job of covering your potential HDMI-based content connectivity needs. It offers a total of 5 HDMI ports. And while only three of them are for HDMI 2.0, and only one of these for content delivery at 60Hz, all are fully compatible with HDCP 2.2 and the older 2.0 version.

Additionally, there are the usual Component, Composite, Tuner, and USB ports along the side of the TV.

We should also mention that the Vizio Internet Apps Plus and UHD Smart TV functionality of the M70-C3. With the combination of these two features --the first a part of the second—the M70-C3 lets you quickly easily and fairly conveniently access your favorite video, information and other internet applications with the included remote control.

The home screen on the smart TV platform does its part to make browsing easy by giving you a seven-position App launcher and Full-Screen App home page for finding new applications as well as running already-used favorites.

Basically, if you want a 4K TV that gives you affordable access to the latest ultra HD movies, shows and other content from set-top box makers like Sony or streaming 4K content providers like Netflix and Ultraflix, then the Vizio M70-C3 covers all the bases and is generally robust enough in the future-proofing department.

Pricing

The Vizio M Series is about as affordable as any high-quality 4K ultra HD TV can get and it's current starting price on Amazon.com is $548.00 for the 43 inch M43-C1. This is even more affordable than the formerly record-breaking price of the smaller P-Series 4K TVs from Vizio. Other versions such as the M55-C2 is going for $829.00, M75-C1 for $2,498.00 and the largest M80-C3 is selling for $3,998.99.

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Not so Great

As we'd already covered, the Vizio P-Series isn't offering the top of the shelf in terms of overall quality, but it does give you a solid, reliable and fully connected 4K home entertainment package. Thus, while the M75-C1 doesn't have the best contrast ratio, best off-angle viewing capability or the best color saturation you can find on the market, it does offer these visual specs at the best level they could have at its $600 price tag. And in the bargain, you also get your hands on full-array LED backlighting.

Positives

• Excellent refresh rate
• Full-array LED backlighting
• Excellent price
• Full connectivity package
• Five HDMI ports

Negatives

• Poor off-angle display quality
• Relatively low contrast ratio
• The screen is pretty small

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If you want a good 4K TV that's completely connected for all the 4K content that's available today and want this TV to cost you a very reasonable price, then definitely go for any of the 4K M-Series TVs.

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  • Kent Ryan
    August 9, 2015 at 8:12 pm

    Is VP9 really supported by the M43? Based on Vizios website it is not..

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  • Larry
    August 11, 2015 at 11:59 am

    Bought this TV recently. Couldn’t be happier! Great TV for only $500, way better than what the only companies are offering

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  • Kenny
    November 13, 2015 at 1:43 pm

    Just bought the 55 inch version, absolutely awesome for the price point. What an upgrade from my old 720p TV and for $900 for a 55 inch, wow. Best TV if you want to get the best “bang for the buck”

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  • John
    November 21, 2015 at 10:32 am

    Hellooooo. The M75 C-1 on Amazon is $2499.99. NOT $600.

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    • Stephen
      Stephen
      November 21, 2015 at 5:01 pm

      As our pricing section in this review clearly states, only the 43 inch model is selling for less than $600. The others are more expensive and the M75 is, as we also stated, selling for roughly the price you mentioned. We never claimed that the M75 is retailing for $600 or anything like it.

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      • JC
        November 27, 2015 at 9:05 pm

        “Thus, while the M75-C1 doesn’t have the best contrast ratio, best off-angle viewing capability or the best color saturation you can find on the market, it does offer these visual specs at the best level they could have at its $600 price tag.”

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  • Richard H
    November 23, 2015 at 2:35 am

    What kind of technology does Vizio M Series use for its 4K display and how does it affect viewing?

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    • Jay R
      November 23, 2015 at 8:10 pm

      The Vizio M Series uses Full Array LED with Active LED Zones to deliver the 4K resolution and the contrast levels which are quite striking. With a heightened contrast ratio of 20 Million-to-1, this Full Array Ultra HD display has evenly spaced LEDs on its full backlight, which offers excellent contrast, 2160p resolution on the screen, and harmonizes depth and details in whatever is being viewed.

      The type of backlighting for a 4K TV does affect viewing. Samsung offers Nano-Crystal technology on an LCD backlight, some brands use OLED backlighting, and Vizio keeps prices down and quality up by using these Active LED Zones. As to which is the best, when it comes to 4K viewing, this type of resolution is not likely to be dynamically different between the types of backlights used; the incredible resolution will be the same.

      The Active LED Zones work great with the Vizio M Series, and the picture is among the absolute best available. The richer contrast is achieved by using localized areas of LEDs that independently adapt and change to the content on the screen, as opposed to TVs of the past, which did not have independent backlighting, but one large backlight with limited potential. The LED Zones allow for optimal shadows and dark colors one usually associates with plasma-quality televisions, as well as providing peak brightness and a flawless contrast between the two
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      The Vizio M Series contains 8.3 million screen pixels in every image, offering you a backlight that truly offers you the best viewing and the best technology for a 4K television display. I highly recommend the Vizio M Series; and it doesn’t hurt that it costs less than almost every other competitor out there without compromising quality.

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  • Nick
    November 30, 2015 at 9:43 am

    How bad is the “poor off angle perspective”?? Better than a regular 1080TV or about the same?

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    • Stephen
      Stephen
      November 30, 2015 at 1:31 pm

      Hi Nick, In practical terms, it’s really not that bad at all. I’ve seen it in this and other 4K TVs which are marked as having less than great off-angle perspective and it’s still viewable and at least in my view, looks better than what I’d see in most HD TVs.

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  • Max
    December 9, 2015 at 11:34 am

    It seems that you missed pointing out that the tv changes dramatically between the 55 inch size and below to the 60 inch and above category. If I read the review right you only tested the 49 inch tv. 60 inch and above has twice the refresh rate. More than twice as many LED zones, and is an all around better tv. I wonder how much it would change your view of this product, but it seems that lumping the entire M series together is a little misleading.

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    • Stephen
      Stephen
      December 11, 2015 at 1:09 pm

      Hello Max, you are indeed right and this should have been reflected in the review. Our apologies for that. The M-Series is good in general and particularly for its price but the larger models certainly offer some superior viewing features. That said, we were indeed focusing more on the smaller TVs though our review covered the positive aspects of the whole line.

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  • Jon
    December 23, 2015 at 12:13 pm

    Why does the review keep changing which model it refers to? Sometimes it’s the M49, the M55, the M70, the M75…these are all different sizes and specs. And your last paragraph is nonsensical – it mentions the Pseries, which is a whole different line of TV’s that is no longer available, then the 75″ M75, then says its $600. It’s not $600 for this TV, so what is this paragraph even talking about?

    As we’d already covered, the Vizio P-Series isn’t offering the top of the shelf in terms of overall quality, but it does give you a solid, reliable and fully connected 4K home entertainment package. Thus, while the M75-C1 doesn’t have the best contrast ratio, best off-angle viewing capability or the best color saturation you can find on the market, it does offer these visual specs at the best level they could have at its $600 price tag. And in the bargain, you also get your hands on full-array LED backlighting.

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    • Stephen
      Stephen
      December 23, 2015 at 10:06 pm

      Hello Jon, I do apologize if the review seems a bit confused. In this case, we tried to cover the whole series with a single piece of content and perhaps that was a mistake given the sometimes considerable differences between the different M-Series models. We’re looking into separate reviews because as you say, covering them all leads to inconsistencies. As for the price, it refers to one of the very smaller models, sort of a requirement of the basic review criteria. The error regarding the P-Series has been corrected.

      thank you for your input.

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  • Terry
    February 6, 2016 at 8:22 pm

    Thanks for a great review. Will Vizio m43-c1 be better than Samsung un43ju640d? Please advise. Thanks!

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    • Stephen
      Stephen
      February 9, 2016 at 3:52 pm

      Hello Terry. The comparison between the two is actually a pretty tough one since both TVs are quite closely matched in many ways. However, considering all factors, I’d recommend the JU6400 from Samsung (the TV’s model number in the U.S I believe). For one thing, while Vizio’s M-Series 4K TVs are great models, the real quality they offer really only shows itself in larger models of 55 inches or more, where full-array LED backlighting and some other specific features start to apply.

      In the case of the JU6400, you get more of the TVs full specs in the smaller 43 inch model. Furthermore, the JU6400’s display specs are in many ways better, with superior color, motion blur control and viewing angles to those of the Vizio 43 inch M-Series. Finally, given all of the above, there is the issue of smart TV functionality: The Samsung model comes with a better and much more web-friendly Tizen smart TV OS, as opposed to the rather simple and weak Vizio smart platform, which does not even include web browsing capacity.

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  • scayt
    March 22, 2016 at 6:04 pm

    Kent
    I like sports, movies and cable which tv should I get? Vizio 40″ D or 43″ M; price is not a factor

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  • scayt
    March 23, 2016 at 4:10 pm

    Sorry I meant Stephen

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    • Stephen
      Stephen
      March 23, 2016 at 5:50 pm

      Hello there Scayt, Sorry, wasn’t sure if you were asking me. Was going to reply anyhow so i’ll do it here now. Between the M-series and the D-Series, if price isn’t a factor, then I’d suggest you go for the Vizio D40 TV or if you can the D50. The D-Series is the slightly superior of the two series in our view though higher quality features really kick in at the 55 inch size level for the M-Series, as well as 120Hz native refresh rates. However, for the smaller models, the M-Series offers somewhat inferior picture quality in comparison to the D-Series.

      Thus, in summary: if you’re going for smaller models below 50 inches, pick the D-Series because it’s slightly better at display quality but if you decide to leap up to 55 inches or larger, go for the superior M-Series models.

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      • scayt
        April 1, 2016 at 6:49 pm

        Thx, this will be a tv for a small bedroom so I guess the D-Series is it.

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      • Javier
        April 18, 2016 at 4:11 pm

        Isnt the M65-C1 240Hz?

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        • Stephen
          Stephen
          April 19, 2016 at 12:30 am

          Hello javier. No it isn’t. The Vizio M-Series models in the 55 inch and larger ranges offer native refresh rates of 120Hz and the smaller models of 50 inches or less offer a native refresh rate of 60Hz. The 240Hz you refer to is actually probably what Vizio likes to call their ‘Effective Refresh Rate,’ which is essentially the actual native refresh rate augmented artificially through backlight scanning technology.

          Vizio also has their “Clear Action” technology, which is the same as Sony’s “MotionFlow”. In both cases, you get a large and essentially meaningless arbitrary number that’s supposed to sound impressive and little more. On the other hand, Samsung and LG respectively have “Motion Rate” and “TruMotion”, which are like Vizio’s “effective refresh rate”. Not real native refresh but also not completely arbitrary since they use backlight scanning to create the impression of faster refresh, though the effect can look odd at times.

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  • Stece
    May 4, 2016 at 3:03 am

    Purchased 43″- M43-C1 for $374 closeout price at Walmart. Added 3 yr. Warranty for just $39. A fine streaming UHD TV for price of a cheap laptop. Nice.

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  • Mike
    June 21, 2016 at 11:54 am

    Comparing a M55-C2 (2015) to a Samsung UN55JS7000 (2015). Price points are within $30 or so. Specs seem close but am still undecided. Primary use is in-house video streaming via iTunes through an Apple TV. As well as Hulu, Netflix, and some gaming with a PS4/BluRay movies. The native streaming apps on each set aren’t as important as those will be run off the AppleTV; most important aspect is outstanding picture for immersive movie experience at home.

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    • Stephen
      Stephen
      June 21, 2016 at 12:44 pm

      Hey there Mike. On the one hand, the color performance of the JS7000 is much better than that of the M55 since the 2015 M-Series TVs don’t have wide color gamut and the 2015 SUHD JS7000 does. On the other hand, the black performance, contrast and local dimming of the M55 are all better than they are in the JS7000. Furthermore, the M55 does deliver better motion control specs and judder control than the JS7000 as well.

      Thus, the JS7000 is mainly a superior TV in its color performance. In other regards, the M55 is the better model, so if you’re willing to lose a little bit on color vibrancy in exchange for superior overall picture quality and black levels/contrast performance, go for the M55-C2. On the other hand, if you’d like to spend just a bit more, you might also consider simply buying the Vizio 2016 P-Series P50 (50 inch) model and you can have the best of color, motion control specs and superb black performance with excellent local dimming. The P-Series model will blow the JS7000 out of the water in the overall quality of its display.

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  • Michael W.
    June 29, 2016 at 10:59 pm

    Stephen,

    I just bought the M65-V1 from Sam’s Club, open-box for $800. I’m here to tell you this tv has the best picture I’ve ever owned. The colors are rich and the pictures are highly detailed. 4K looks great on it as well. I have streamed 4K movies from VUDU and from one of the apps built into the tv. Just an awesome picture for the price!

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  • Chad
    September 11, 2016 at 8:38 pm

    Hello, what’s your opinion on the M55-D0 vs the UN55KU6300?

    The TV goes in a living room and so the lack of brightness worries me with the Vizio but the judder on the KU6300 worries me too.

    What’s the better TV for basic HD cable and Blu Ray viewing? No sports on this TV.

    Thanks, really appreciate your feedback and advice.

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  • Kris Y
    September 16, 2016 at 3:22 am

    Hi, I was wondering when I bought my TV about 5 6 months ago, it’s the 2015 Vizio 50″ m series I was unaware that hdr was coming out. My question is since software update are available for vizio will they be adding an hdr firmware update for models that don’t have hdr? I feel like I paid for a TV that’s isn’t even good for a year.

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    • Stephen
      Stephen
      October 3, 2016 at 11:50 pm

      Hey there Kris, this is an unfortunate thing but no we don’t think the 2015 Vizio TVs will be getting a software update for HDR. They have in fact been discontinued from mainstream sale. This unfortunate and I sincerely sympathize with you on it but that’s how the company has been operating. They sort of jumped onto the HDR bandwagon belatedly and only applied it to their 2016 TVs, which are much more future-proof.

      However, I wouldn’t worry about this too much either. You can’t get HDR but not even HDR 4K TVs can display HDR on content which hasn’t also been formatted with this spec, and the vast majority of current TV content isn’t in high dynamic range. So your Vizio 2015 model is perfectly good for viwing about 98% of all current entertainment, movies and programming you might watch on it and it also upscales nicely for non-4K video sources (nonoe of which are viewable in HDR on any sort of TV either). Furthermore, the 2015 Vizio M-Series model is a great SDR TV for all that majority of SDR content out there. Yes, HDR will be much bigger and more important for 4K TVs and content in the next couple years but for now, enjoy your M-Series as much as you can for the next couple years for all the entertainment which in any case can’t be displayed in HDR even on HDR TVs. The 2015 M-Series is far from being no good quite yet.

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  • John
    January 3, 2017 at 10:23 pm

    I have the m70-d3 and am pleased with it except when I try and view a movie on vudu that’s uhd vudu informs me that my device will only play in hdx.

    I have all the latest firmware updates and my internet DL speed is well way over their 11mbps requirement but vudu insists my device only supports hdx. Any ideas ?

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