Summary: I bought this as a gift for my daughter's room. She plans on using it as a TV/computer monitor. If it were up to me, I would've gone with a 27-31", but she insisted on the 19" and once again I was wrong...lol The 19" is the best fit for a dresser top bedroom TV. As far as the price goes, It's absolutely phenomenal! To get this much quality for that little money is unthinkable...
For an office you can get away with it. Otherwise look for a Samsung.
2 June 2013
Summary: The TV has great picture quality. The issue with it is that the menu bar seems to appear whenever it feels like it. And the sound after use gets static filled. Both are issues that LG has had reported before. The menu bar is obviously sensitive to other electronics in the room. Can't change that as it is in my office with a slew of other equipment. LG has no fix for the issue.
Summary: I have had this TV for almost 2 years and it has been great. Fantastic picture thanks to the 20000 to 1 contrast ratio. Make sure before buying a new TV you look at the contrast ratio first as it really determines how clear and vibrant the picture is. The touch buttons on the front of the TV have all lasted and still work fine. Having 2 HDMI inputs on the back has been nice because now I can plug in my computer and xbox 360 to the same TV in HD on both.
Summary: I bought this TV at Target the other day. I wanted a TV for my bar so I can mount in the corner for my guest who had their backs to my bigger TV. I wanted to get an LED just because its thinner and I wanted something that wouldn't take up too much room. Originally I was looking at the Samsung 19" LED but it was going for around $350. I seen this Vizio at Target and it was $200 and I'm not one to buy "cheaper" TVs, I usually sway to Panasonic,Sony, and Samsung.
Summary: I was buying a small LCD for mounting to the wall in my workout room - something to watch while on the treadmill or the elliptical. However, this television has several issues that made me decide to return it and get a 22" Panasonic LCD, which is much better, larger, better picture and for less money. First, you can't really wall mount this TV, at least not easily.
Summary: An LED/LCD HDTV for under $200 was unthinkable a year ago. Vizio gets points for marketing new technology at low prices. But all is certainly not well. First, the good: the picture is so crisp that my years of skepticism about and resistance to blurry LCD (and now LED) TVs was removed--really fine detail, clarity, brightness, and an amazing 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, without harshness or reflectivity. But there are big problems.
Summary: The most important thing to me was no blue screen when the input video signal gets less than perfect. If you are into FPV this thing works great and can be powered with a 11.1v LiPo for about 40 min. making it very portable. As far as the picture quality there can't be anything more to ask for.
Summary: I bought this TV at Target for my wife to use in the kitchen. It is a very nice looking set and was not expensive. I have had no problems until about a month ago. She will turn the TV off when she leaves the house. When I get home, the TV is on. I will turn it off only to find an hour later or so, that it is back on again. I have tried looking online for an answer with no luck. I will try calling Vizio tomorrow.
Summary: Excellent TV. I bought this for our RV to replace a piece of junk that came already installed but broke after less than two years of RVing (meaning infrequent use). It's very light, I can hold it with one hand, fit the armature perfectly, and has good sound and picture. It's also AC and DC, one thing not emphasized, even tho I doubt I'll ever use the DC feature. Outstanding buy.