Originally Posted by rakstr
Yet I own the set and have no complaints about quality or cost. Hmmmmmm.... I guess in your sweeping generalizations, you take a quirk from one 55" and apply it to all? I guess that Pinto means my F150 is a terrible truck.
Edge lit sets suffer from bleed, all of them. I knew it was edge lit when I bought it. I also knew it did not do 2D-3D so was not disappointed when it actually didn't do that. I was initially upset when CEC was not working but a firmware update corrected that (both on my 65XVT and M550NV). I've seen the LG edge lit and it suffers from bleed as well. I've actually seen both sets side by side and you a wrong in your assertions. I'm just curious, is there a particular reason you're commenting in this thread if you don't own or plan to own this TV?
Im not saying I wouldn't buy this tv, read what I said, apply it LOGICALLY.
I have a 47 inch Vizio and am very happy with it, im not even trying to knock Vizio, it is a simple fact that LG is producing a BETTER set then Vizio, and that is pretty much my opinion but one that can be proven real world.
Anyone could do a lot worse than this set.
It takes alot of adjustments to get the 2d right even on my 47 version and that is also something of importance if I was looking into buying this set.
So don't take this as a knock on Vizio or your TV, like I maintain, if you get a value on rhis set get it, if not go LG.
And who says I never plan to get this set? If I get as good a value on this set as I did on my 47 I would grab it in a second because 2d-3d conversion is not important to me and I know how to adjust the set.
Sorry if I have offended your tastes, I am not and never will bash Vizio, just trying to get info I think would be valuable to others available.