Pros The clarity of the screen is nice the speakers are clear also. color is rich and blur is minimal.
Cons This unit turns off while adjusting video preferences. It has no analog audio output
Summary Nice lcd aside from the self powering off in this case and only one audio output option.
Pros This TV works best on HDTV channels and is great on watching HD DVDs as well as regular DVDs. It also works great with VIZIO BLU-RAY Player via wireless internet. Nice features such as using the wireless apps (Pandora internet radio, VUDU TV, etc.) and is
Cons Intermittant display dim when watching but is easy to retore with remote. The remote is good and needed as an addition to other remotes. ;-)
Summary This is a great upgrade from previous LCD TVs. Nice wireless features and is worth the purchase. :-)
Pros Nice picture, good sound, great value $399.00 at target.
Cons Slow to turn on
"Dead on arrival"on by xcechi
Pros Average appearance
Cons Inadequate quality control, device failed to perform
Summary At initial power-up image inferioir to 15years vintage rear projection (receiving second signal from DirectTV receiver), when attempted to navigate picture set-up to improve contrast, brightness and color it quit not responding to any commands. After turning off and cooldown when restarted it stayed for 30 seconds on and turned itself off. Returned to sellerSystem with faulty components, failed in 30 minutes.
"Very good value."on by imbrave1
Pros Picture is great and the price was right. $399 at Target
Cons Had sound issues and rebooted itself. After reading all of the complaints, it turned out to be the digital cable box, not the TV. There are internal box settings that make all the difference even if your old set performed well..
SummaryCalled Comcast and got a new HD Box. That solved the reboot issues. In the box settings( not the tv), changed the HDMI settings for Audio Output from "auto" to "LPCM". You can look up the box on line and download the operators manual. Comcast doesn't supply the box manual.
Updated on Dec 11, 2010