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Vizio P-Series Quantum X: The best alternative to an OLED TV

by Conrad Makowski (2020-05-13)

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If you want superior picture quality, you should save up for an OLED TV like the LG B9. They outperform even the very best LCD-based TV you can buy, including the Vizio P-Series Quantum X reviewed here. But OLED TVs cost a lot more than this PX, especially if you want something larger than 65 inches. So maybe saving up that much just isn't worth it to you.


Vizio P-Series Quantum X (2019)

$2,100 at HSN

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How it stacks up

TCL 6-Series (2019 Roku TV) 8.7 $750 Vizio V-Series (2019) 6.9 $498 Vizio V-Series (2019) 6.9 $468


The Vizio P-Series Quantum X's has the best overall picture of any TV at or tour đài loan giá rẻ below its price.

Powerful brightness works well in bright rooms and with HDR sources.

Significantly cheaper than OLED TVs, particularly in the 75-inch size.

Don't Like

Some banding artifacts in HDR, lighter black levels in some scenes.

Lackluster remote and smart TV.

Meanwhile, tour đài loan giá rẻ less expensive models like the TCL 6-Series and Vizio's own M-Series have image quality that's excellent too, but not as good as this Vizio. in my side-by-side comparisons, the PX's tremendous light output and excellent contrast took it a step beyond. I also compared Vizio's best TV against the TCL 8-Series and Samsung Q80R, tour đài loan giá rẻ both of which cost more than the PX, and it split the difference. The TCL (full review coming soon) was better but still not in the same league as LG's B9 OLED, and while the Samsung was plenty bright, its contrast and black levels fell short.

Bottom line? The Vizio P-Series Quantum X is a better value than OLED, especially the 75-inch version, and its PQ is so good you might not even miss that "O."