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[Costco] Vizio m series 65" m65-f0 $699.97

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Dec 21, 2008
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Airdrie
Importz wrote: Damn I just saw this thread now.. Anyone know if there is stock left in Calgary?
As of yesterday at noon the only store showing stock was Okotoks
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Feb 4, 2013
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Guelph
CanadianTSi wrote: As of yesterday at noon the only store showing stock was Okotoks
How do you find stock in costco stores?
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Anyone know how to add apps on this TV?
I want to add the bell fibe app to watch TV.

Thanks
Newbie
Sep 1, 2018
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I call costco yesterday and
Québec = 6
St-Jérome = 7
St-Hubert = 9 (I bought one)
Drummondville = 1 (probably the demo)
Sherbrooke = 1 (probably the demo too)
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Feb 4, 2013
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Guelph
procheleau636500774234182000 wrote: I call costco yesterday and
Québec = 6
St-Jérome = 7
St-Hubert = 9 (I bought one)
Drummondville = 1 (probably the demo)
Sherbrooke = 1 (probably the demo too)
Did you call each the stores or did one store tell you inventory in all the other stores?
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Sep 1, 2018
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patthan wrote: Did you call each the stores or did one store tell you inventory in all the other stores?
Sherbrooke tell me the inventory for the other stores... and st-hubert told me their inventory (I called them before going to the store)

sorry for my english!
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procheleau636500774234182000 wrote: Sherbrooke tell me the inventory for the other stores... and st-hubert told me their inventory (I called them before going to the store)

sorry for my english!
Why not purchase online?
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Jul 23, 2019
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Saw one at the Brighton Costco in burnaby today. No tag, just sitting on the floor in the tv isle. Likely a return.
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Apr 15, 2009
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Vancouver
Hey. Does anyone understand the Auto Brightness Control? There’s medium low and high.

“Select Low for the darkest picture or High for the brightest picture.”

I want auto brightness to be on. So if I’m setting the settings during the day when it’s bright I just select high? As in with the current settings this is the brightest I want my tv to be?

Or if it’s night time when I set this I turn down the backlight to like 40 then select Low?

If I am understanding this right please let me know. I can’t seem to find any info on this and trying it out hasn’t given me any results.

Thanks guys.
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hazedragon45 wrote: Hey. Does anyone understand the Auto Brightness Control? There’s medium low and high.

“Select Low for the darkest picture or High for the brightest picture.”

I want auto brightness to be on. So if I’m setting the settings during the day when it’s bright I just select high? As in with the current settings this is the brightest I want my tv to be?

Or if it’s night time when I set this I turn down the backlight to like 40 then select Low?

If I am understanding this right please let me know. I can’t seem to find any info on this and trying it out hasn’t given me any results.

Thanks guys.
I think that just adjusts the brightness for the scene, not relevant to the lighting in the room. I think if you want auto adjusting lighting for the room then look for ambient light sensor.

I think for best results you leave the auto brightness to low or medium, this is for the FALD IIRC.

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