Performance Features Ergonomics Value PRICE $6,000 AT A GLANCE Plus Full Ultra HD capability including HDR and wide color Superb blacks and shadow detail Integrated soundbar with subwoofer and surrounds Minus Expensive HDR limited to Dolby Vision Ineffective color management system (CMS) 2D only THE VERDICT Most current 4K sets deliver only the 4K slice of Ultra HD’s full pie. The RS65-B2 goes all the way, including 4K resolution, advanced color, and high dynamic range. In a recent review of Vizio’s relatively affordable M65-C1 Ultra HDTV (soundandvision.com), I reflected on that company’s vision in having “sale prices low enough to attract millions of buyers.” But reality has a way of intruding on a dream, and a state-of-the-art Ultra HD set isn’t cheap to produce. With its new, two-model Reference Series (the 120-inch, RS120B3, which sells for $130,000, and the 65-incher under review here), the company now challenges the thin-aired peaks of cost-no-object sets previously dominated by older, more established brands. In fact, only selected dealers and some custom installers even carry the Reference Series.