“I use a Universal Remote and a Yamaha Home Theater system so the cons listed above do not impact my experience of this wonderful TV. ” --Ken Hawkins
“Pervious to getting the VISIO I had a 2004 Sharp Aquos 32" that cost $3,400. That was given to a friend in 2007 when I purchased a $1,800 Sharp Aquos 42" TV. That set was also given to my friend. In February 2013 it was time to go bigger and after reading many, many reviews I decided to give VISIO a try. They seem to be the Hyundai of electronics. Started out with a bad reputation, but iver the...” --serbingood
“Purchased as upgrade from (good) Vizio E-series 42 inch HDTV. Original stand had cosmetic defect. Replacement was even worse. Waiting for 2nd replacement. Vizio customer service was relatively good about the issue. Inputs tested: Comcast cable, over the air digital TV, HDMI from Blu-ray player and computer. Wi-Fi Internet (over ADSL2+ service at 16.4 Mbps) works quite well even for HD...” --JNavas
“I watch movies primarily and some sports and wanted a backlit led tv not edge lite as I dislike the flashliting and uneaveness that edge liting produces in dark sceens and a local dimming feature also interested me at this price rangs. fit and finish is good and screen is mat so reflection is reduced. with basic settings as home and picture settings normal picture looked good with blues,...” --John e Taylor
“I have enjoyed my Vizio E321VL TV set ever since the day I installed it and powered it for the first time. It was both the first set I had ever owned with a digital tuner and the first set I had ever owned with a flat panel. I liked the fact the TV set did not take too much space on one of the dressers in my bedroom or take much time to install (I appreciated the screwdriver that came with the...” --Mario500
“The M Series is Vizio's flagship line for 2013 and pretty much represent the cutting edge in current TV tech. If you're looking for something that these TV's don't offer, you're probably looking for a 4K television. At $799 (listed at both Best Buy and Amazon), the M501D-A2R is priced incredibly competitively, and is cheaper than a lot of similarly sized TV's from other brands without nearly...” --jaybot31k
“So after having my 55" M-series for about a week now I wanted to give some initial findings and considerations for potential buyers in the same boat and of similar mindset. I extensively researched every brand and screen type (LCD/LED/Plasma) out there over the internet for months before I made this purchase and I learned a very valuable lesson in it all..... reviews are only reviews, in-home...” --Tony37x
Introducing the all-new 2014 E-Series 55" (54.65" diag.) Full-Array LED Smart TV with an ultra-narrow 10mm frame, crystal-clear LED-lit picture, and a faster, easier-to-use Smart TV experience. With built-in Wi-Fi included, the E-Series connects you to the latest hit movies, TV shows, and music from premium apps like Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, VUDU, Hulu Plus, YouTube, Pandora and...
TV falls away in a dark mist as we hold fond memories of the shows we saw on the little square screen. It's time to move on to HDTV and new widescreen programming that simulate a movie theater in our home. The sharp, brigtht images that the HP PL5060N displays are literally joys to behold. Add an optional home-theater sound system and you've got a true home-theater experience. The...
Introducing the all-new 2014 E-Series 40" (40.00" diag.) Full-Array LED Smart TV with an ultra-narrow 10mm frame, crystal-clear LED-lit picture, and a faster, easier-to-use Smart TV experience. With built-in Wi-Fi included, the E-Series connects you to the latest hit movies, TV shows, and music from premium apps like Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, VUDU, Hulu Plus, YouTube, Pandora and...