Summary: This TV has worked OK for about 11 months. Lots of little glitches here and there but nothing I could not handle. But now it will not boot up. It just freezes on a black screen with the Vizio logo. I would not recommend this TV to anyone for any reason. It is an absolute cheap (though not inexpensive) hunk of junk.
Summary: I never received the correct tv,so I can not give a review on the TV its self. I can only review the place that it came from. I bought this for a Father's Day gift and received the wrong one. I sent it back and then asked for tracking number, which I was provided one, but Ups did not know where it was. After a month of still waiting I requested my money back. Sound have gone to Walmart!
Summary: Trying to use this tv with Amazon Prime Video is a thoroughly frustrating experience. (See the Amazon forum "Watchlist on Vizio" http://www.amazon.com/forum/amazon%20video%20on%20demand?_encoding=UTF8&cdForum=Fx3EQAX98ED5WQ3&cdThread=Tx2P9XXYW5SIIMT for details.) I've been trying to communicate with both Amazon and Vizio about this.
Summary: Don't get carried away with the great price. I bought three of these. One was bad out of the box. One went bad after two months. A tech was dispatched both times to repair the units. One unit went bad again two months after repair. Support is hit or miss. Sometimes you get someone that is very helpful and sometimes you have to settle for someone acts like they are doing your favor. Spend a little extra for something else and a piece of mind.
Summary: Should have listened to what people said about Vizio. It's a matter of when, not if, it will break. I now have the 'screen of death' (as I've learned it's called) less then 9 months after buying the TV. Very disappointed. After wading through so much online to see if I can fix it, I've now just come to the conclusion I'm better off never buying Vizio ever again.
Summary: This Vizio 32 inch LCD HDTV was advertised as "refurbished" when in fact it was a counterfeit. The set blew out after less than 90 days of use and contact with the "manufacturer" to access the warranty proved that the serial number was not a product code for the genuine Vizio product. The seller lied about the serial number being reissued after refurbishing and falsely presented to Amazon that the product dispute had been resolved when it had not.
Summary: I purchased this product 6 months ago, and it stopped working after minimal use. Vizio sent a repair tech to my home to fix. This took two weeks. Less than 24 hours after the main board was replaced, the tv is now not working. I was told I can wait another 5-6 business days for the tech to come back and look at the TV. Unacceptable. Poor quality. Poor customer service.