Vizio D vs E series

D70-D3 vs E70u-D3: The biggest difference is the resolution, which is 1920×1080 on the D70-D3, and 3840×2160 on the E70u-D3. If you sit relatively close to the E70u-D3, the Ultra HD resolution provides sharper and more detailed image but the further you sit from the TV, the less pronounced the benefits of the Utra HD Read More

Samsung KS9000 vs KS8000 vs KU7000

The KS9000 and KS8000 utilize Quantum Dot display technology for achieving wide color gamut, whereas the KU7000 uses Active Crystal Color for the same purpose. Quantum dots are semiconductor nanoparticles that convert blue wavelengths emitted by the LEDs to narrow spectrum bands of red and green. The KS9000 and KS8000 thus produce light with narrow Read More

Vizio M vs P series (M65-D0 vs P65-C1)

Both the P and M series can process and display High Dynamic Range (HDR) content but only in the Dolby Vision format, at least initially. Later this year, support for the competing HDR-10 format should be added via a software update for the P series. Dolby Vision contains dynamic metadata while the HDR-10 only has Read More

Samsung KS9800 vs KS9500 vs KS9000 (UN65KS9800FXZA vs UN65KS9500; UN78KS9800FXZA vs UN78KS9500)

As the flagship SUHD TV, the KS9800 is the only one that utilizes multi-zone full-array backlighting. Having the LEDs spaced evenly across the back of the panel allows the KS9800 to exert greater control over light distribution, thereby the local dimming and boosting are performed with higher precision in comparison to the edge-array KS9500 and Read More