Summary: Purchased on walmart.com...on sunday following black friday this year...though I would take a chance when I saw a 47-inch vizio 120hz 1080p smart LED tv for $328 dollars even though it was refurbished. You get the same warranty as a new one but it has been either fixed, returned and no problem found and resold...well my froze twice first day i had it, sound started buzzing, only way to get tv to work was to shut off and restart.
Summary: Picture quality and sound were good for regular medium action shows. I wasn't well versed in refresh rates on these flat screens but watching fast action (football) isn't the forte of a 60hz refresh. Going to return the tv for one with 120hz.
Summary: I am happy with the actual product, I've had Vizio TV's for years. Great picture and size. However, I am not sure if the blame is to fall on the shipper or warehouse it came from, but I received this item from FedEx completely shattered. A customer service agent did rush me a replacement and had UPS pick up the damaged item after i explained the situation. The replacement TV wasn't damaged and I am happy with it.
Summary: This Vizio refurbished TV is excellent, after I corrected a couple of issues with the case. And, fortunately, the haphazard packing, for shipment, didn't result in any damage. When I received this TV, the front bezel, of the TV wasn't correctly attached, in a couple of places. I would guess this is shoddy repair work.
Summary: The unit came without a users manual or guide. Pretty cheap, if you ask me. It also came without a QWERTY remote to use with a smart tv. Pretty cheap also. I haven't been able to find out how to use the set as a "smart" unit. It finally hooked up to my Wi-Fi but trying to use the remote supplied is not worth the time and effort. There are no instructions on how to make the remote run the satellite box or a DVD player or a VCR or anything else for that matter.