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[Costco] Vizio D43-D1 43" 1080p - $399

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[Costco] Vizio D43-D1 43" 1080p - $399

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How thick is this tv? Is it decent to put up on the wall?
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4K AND i BE ALL OVER IT! LOL BUT GOOD PRICE! BOXING DAY PRICE / DOOR CRASHERS.
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kdub69 wrote: How thick is this tv? Is it decent to put up on the wall?
I HAD one myself .... pretty light ... but did not like the picture quality
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Aug 12, 2013
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I am using this TV as my main, picked up last time on sale. Picture quality for myself is pretty good for the size (43"). I don't think 4k is needed for the 43" TV. Downside is built in software (vizio smart tv) is a little slow, and wifi isn't strong. I watched live 24h racing over YouTube, and it was lagging (Not load buffering but lags on display). The source (YouTube Video) was good on the Computer with no lag.
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anyone see this in the store? cheaper there?
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Wondering if this is instore as would like to buy this as a gift for the parents. Picked up a 43" LG from SDM today for ~$275 plus tax with the 20x points: http://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/lg-43-full- ... 0195373537

Just not sure if I should get the cheaper one (they don't need a smart tv) or get the vizio for the return policy. I can't return the LG one at my SMD if it's opened. I would hate to have issues with the LG and can't return it.
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Aggy wrote: Wondering if this is instore as would like to buy this as a gift for the parents. Picked up a 43" LG from SDM today for ~$275 plus tax with the 20x points: http://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/lg-43-full- ... 0195373537

Just not sure if I should get the cheaper one (they don't need a smart tv) or get the vizio for the return policy. I can't return the LG one at my SMD if it's opened. I would hate to have issues with the LG and can't return it.
How did you get it the LG for 275?
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konsensei wrote: How did you get it the LG for 275?
I would like to know as well.. and is it ontario? unless she means that she used the 20x points to redeem it.
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bgor806 wrote: I would like to know as well.. and is it ontario? unless she means that she used the 20x points to redeem it.
konsensei wrote: How did you get it the LG for 275?
Sorry I should have clarified. Yes, I factored in the 20x points (79,800 points) off of the regular price of $400.

This TV has gone down to $299 though from past threads.
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The 43" is IPS... Worse picture quality from front or in the dark (poor contrast) but better when watched from the side.
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Nataq wrote: The 43" is IPS... Worse picture quality from front or in the dark (poor contrast) but better when watched from the side.
The LG or Vizio?
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Same deal at Bestbuy right now
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jay81k wrote: Same deal at Bestbuy right now
Good to know. But if one has membership, better to buy at Costco for return policy and Excellence +?

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