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Vizio P-Series Quantum (2018) vs Samsung Q70 (2019)
Vizio P-Series Quantum 65" (2018)
The Vizio P-Series Quantum 65" (2018) hasn't managed to earn a top spot in any roundups from sources that conduct trustworthy hands-on testing. Nevertheless, reviewers from sites, such as Audioholics, HomeTheaterReview.com, Techradar, and Rtings all gave it a spot on their list.
Moving on to the Samsung Q70 75": it was unable to reach the very top of any roundups from sources that conduct reliable and unbiased testing. Nonetheless, it still managed to impress reviewers from a number of such sites, like What Hi-Fi?, Techradar, TrustedReviews, Rtings, AVForums, Expert Reviews, and CNET, enough for them to include them on those lists.
To get a better idea of how they fare when compared directly to each other, we analyzed review scores of sources that tested both. Rtings, for example, preferred the Vizio P-Series Quantum 65" (2018), while Techradar rated both of them the same.
We also took a look at which sources had the best things to say about them. We learned that the Vizio P-Series Quantum 65" (2018) got reviewed the highest by Audioholics - it gave it a rating of 10, while the Samsung Q70 75" most impressed reviewers at What Hi-Fi?, which gave it a score of 10.
Lastly, we averaged out all of the reviews scores that we could find on these two products and compared them to other TVs on the market. We learned that both of them performed far better than most of their competitors - the overall review average earned by TVs being 7.7 out of 10, whereas the Vizio P-Series Quantum 65" (2018) and Samsung Q70 75" managed averages of 9.0 and 8.9 points, respectively.
Due to the difference in their prices, however, it's important to keep in mind that a direct Vizio P-Series Quantum 65" (2018) vs. Samsung Q70 75" comparison might not be entirely fair - some sources don't take value for money into account when assigning their scores and therefore have a tendency to rate more premium products better.