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I am in the market for a new TV with a limited budget. In the Vizio product line which would be...

I am in the market for a new TV with a limited budget. In the Vizio product line which would be best for me? 60" P series, 65" M series or 70" E series. They are all in a similar price range. I watch normal cable TV, Hockey and Football and Blu-Ray movies. Thanks
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    Since you don't watch 4k material, there is no need for a 4k TV right now. Also, 4k content is still scarce so unless you wan't to future-proof your TV, get the Vizio E. You will be able to get a larger TV and enjoy better motion for sports.
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    I would say get the vizio E series or get the tcl 4 or 5 series if you can. Keep in mind the 1080p tvs will be very low end models. I’ve had a couple customers complain about how their old tv looks better. Make sure if you get a 4k tv to get a “Premium High Speed” HDMI cable. Some of the higher end tv will offer better motion and overall better picture. Just keep in mind that every tv up scales content a little different.

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