Summary: These TV's seem to have a Power Supply Board issue that commonly fails. I owned this TV (purchased new) for about 3 years and it would not come on one day. After searching the internet for solutions, I discovered that this was a common problem that was reported by many other owners.
Summary: Lookup "Vizio pop of death" on the internet, and you will find countless stories of Vizio TVs making a loud pop and then going dead. This has happend twice for me with this TV, It happened about 2 years in when it was on warranty.
Summary: This TV has the strangest problem I have ever seen. If I plug a digital audio cable into it, for a soundbar, I can no longer change the input on the TV. So, I can improve the horrible sound of the TV only if I never want to use any other HDMI input. No DVD player, no xbox, no nothing.
Summary: PROS: +Great picture +Extremely thin and light +Plenty of ports (HDMI, component, etc.) CONS: -HDMI ports 2, 3, and 4 were all damaged out of the box -Horrific sound -Unfamiliar manufacturer/help -Lifespan (8 months) For those needing further detail, I will go a bit more in-depth in relation to the...
Summary: I had put off purchasing a new tv for ages and looked at all that I came across in all stores. Read reviews, researched reports looked and measured ones to make sure they would fit in the apace it was destined to go into. I didn't need Wi-Fi so that was not a concern.
Summary: I have several Vizio televisions and they are all very good TV's for their price range and this one is the same. I have always bought my Vizio's local but I couldn't pass up the price of this one. The only problem was the TV was VERY poorly packaged.