Vizio P-Series Quantum (P65Q9-H1) review

Christian de Looper

The Vizio P-Series Quantum (P65Q9-H1) may not offer an OLED panel like its more expensive sibling, the new Vizio OLED H1, but it’s still easily one of the best options, if not the single best option, at this price.

The TV boasts a bright, vivid picture quality, with support for Dolby Vision and HDR10+, and while the image isn’t perfect, at this price, it gets pretty close: it starts at $1,200, making it cheaper than even the cheapest OLED TVs. 

Similarly, the SmartCast 4.0 operating system is pretty good, and it’s getting better year to year, but it’s not perfect yet. You’ll get support for all the important streaming services, except HBO Max, and while it can be a little slow when you first turn the TV on, it shouldn’t take long to pull itself together.

While we recommend the TV to anyone who has $1,200 to spend on a TV and intends to use it mostly for streaming video, it’s not perfect. The HDMI 2.1 ports have some weird bugs to them, and the built-in speakers are a little lackluster. But if you can work around those issues, you’ll ultimately find an LED-LCD that balances performance with price that outshines (most of) the competition.

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