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Updated April 10, 2024·

Choosing between the Toshiba C350LU and the Vizio P-Series depends on what you value more. If you are on a tight budget and need a TV, the Toshiba might suit you, but keep in mind that it has poor overall picture quality, which affects how satisfying your viewing experience will be, especially in both dark and bright rooms. Alternatively, if you're willing to invest more for an upper mid-range price, the Vizio P-Series offers significantly better picture quality, particularly with movies and games, and performs well in both bright and dark spaces. It also has a higher refresh rate, which is beneficial for fast-paced content like sports or gaming. However, it has a narrow viewing angle, so the picture quality isn't as good when viewed from the side. Consider your budget, the content you watch the most, and where you'll be placing your TV when making your decision. Give Feedback

this description is based on the product variant with some specs and product variant with some specs. At the time of writing, the variant with some specs cost some dollars and the variant with some specs cost some dollars.
Advantages of the Toshiba C350LU (LCD)
  • Good viewing angle
Advantages of the Vizio P-Series (LCD)
  • Very good for bright room
  • Good for dark room
  • Good for gaming
  • Good for movies & TV
  • Good for news, talk, & other TV
  • Very good for cartoons & animation
  • Very good reflections

Key differences

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Picture Quality

5.5
65C350LU
P65Q9-J01
7.9
3.711538462/10
CONTRAST
8.00/10
6.4/10
COLOR VOLUME SCORE
8.1/10
LED
PANEL TYPE
LED FALD
IPS
PANEL SUB-TYPE
VA
The Vizio P-Series (LCD) has good picture quality, while the Toshiba C350LU (LCD) has poor picture quality.

Movies & TV

5.2
65C350LU
P65Q9-J01
7.7
3.711538462/10
CONTRAST
8.00/10
5.3/10
BLACK UNIFORMITY
7.0/10
6.3/10
UPSCALING
5.7/10
Yes
HDR10 SUPPORT
Yes
No
HDR10+ SUPPORT
Yes
Yes
DOLBY VISION SUPPORT
Yes
The Vizio P-Series (LCD) is good for movies & TV, while the Toshiba C350LU (LCD) is poor.

Gaming

5.7
65C350LU
P65Q9-J01
7.7
6.2/10
RESPONSE TIME SCORE
6.0/10
7.6/10
INPUT LAG SCORE
7.6/10
3.5/10
MOTION PROCESSING
5.3/10
5.0/100
GAMING LOCAL DIMMING
70.0/100
6.1/10
GAME HDR BRIGHTNESS SCORE
8.6/10
The Vizio P-Series (LCD) is good for gaming, while the Toshiba C350LU (LCD) is poor.

Cartoons & Animation

5.9
65C350LU
P65Q9-J01
8.3
5.9/10
COLOR GAMUT SCORE
8.3/10
6.4/10
COLOR VOLUME SCORE
8.1/10
6.7/10
SDR BRIGHTNESS SCORE
8.8/10
10.0/10
COLORS OUT OF THE BOX SCORE
7.2/10
5.8/10
GRAY UNIFORMITY
6.4/10
The Vizio P-Series (LCD) is very good for cartoons & animation, while the Toshiba C350LU (LCD) is poor.

News, Talk, & Other TV

5.7
65C350LU
P65Q9-J01
7.2
6.7/10
SDR BRIGHTNESS SCORE
8.8/10
6.3/10
UPSCALING
5.7/10
The Vizio P-Series (LCD) is good for news, talk, & other TV, while the Toshiba C350LU (LCD) is poor.

Bright Room

5.9
65C350LU
P65Q9-J01
8.9
7.9/10
VIEWING ANGLE
5.2/10
6.7/10
SDR BRIGHTNESS SCORE
8.8/10
6.2/10
HDR BRIGHTNESS SCORE
8.3/10
5.9/10
REFLECTIONS SCORE
8.6/10
The Vizio P-Series (LCD) is very good for bright room, while the Toshiba C350LU (LCD) is poor.

Cost

$370
65C350LU
P65Q9-J01
$1,018
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The Toshiba C350LU (LCD) has a price of $370 and the Vizio P-Series (LCD) costs $1,018.
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Key similarities

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Sports

6.2
65C350LU
P65Q9-J01
6.4
3.5/10
MOTION PROCESSING
5.3/10
60Hz
REFRESH RATE
120Hz
7.6/10
INPUT LAG SCORE
7.6/10
6.3/10
UPSCALING
5.7/10
6.7/10
SDR BRIGHTNESS SCORE
8.8/10
Yes
HLG SUPPORT
Yes
The Vizio P-Series (LCD) and Toshiba C350LU (LCD) are both only fair for sports.

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How the Toshiba C350LU (LCD) and the Vizio P-Series (LCD) compare to other TVs

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Spec Comparison

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Toshiba C350LU (LCD)Vizio P-Series (LCD)
Toshiba C350LU (LCD)Vizio P-Series (LCD)

GENERAL

Price
$370
$1,018
Brand
ToshibaVizio
Release Date
May 1, 2023July 1, 2021
Full name
65C350LUP65Q9-J01
Screen Size
65"65"
Screen Resolution
4K4K

TV FEATURES

Operating System
Fire OSSmartCast
Sound Quality Score
6.4/106.9/10
NextGen Ready
NoNo
HDMI Ports
34
Coax Ports
11

DISPLAY QUALITY SCORES

Picture Quality Score
5.6/107.9/10
Bright Room Score
5.9/109/10
Gaming Score
5.7/107.8/10
Movies & TV Score
5.2/107.8/10
Sports Score
6.2/106.4/10

PHYSICAL

Dimensions w/o Stand (H x W x D)
32.8" x 57.2" x 2.9"32.9" x 57" x 3.4"
Dimensions with Stand (H x W)
35.2" x 57.2"34.7" x 57"
Weight without Stand
36.2 lbs53.3 lbs
VESA Mount
400 x 300400 x 200

DISPLAY

Color Depth
10 bit10 bit
Black Frame Insertion
NoYes
Auto Low Latency Mode
YesYes
Contrast
3.7/108/10
Local Dimming
3/106.5/10

SOUND

Speaker Setup
2.02.0
Speaker Power
20 W30 W
Dolby Atmos
YesYes
DTS:X
Up to DTS Digital Surround, Bypass onlyUp to DTS Digital Surround, Bypass only

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Brian Westover | October 2021
"We were even more pleased to see that performance had improved across the board, with the display offering better color, brightness, and shorter lag times than the already excellent Roku model. Color accuracy was great right out of the box. The TCL 5-Series Google TV becomes a great option for demanding gamers."

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About Vizio

Vizio is an American company. While they initially gained recognition for offering budget-friendly TVs, they have successfully expanded their product lineup to include high-end options as well. They manufacture TVs primarily in Mexico, China, and Vietnam. Similar to many Korean TV brands, Vizio developed its own smart TV software called SmartCast. In the past, SmartCast was not the best smart TV software, but it has evolved so that it is now good for using your TV and connecting to streaming services.

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