Summary: Works good with all video sources I tried, including the one remaining analog broadcast station we have. However it does not support 50Hz vertical rate, which one of my computers uses via HDMI, so I had to put that computer on a different HDMI monitor that does support 50Hz.
Summary: What a great TV and the brand is solid. I use this in the bedroom and am very happy with it. The only thing I didn't like was the volume at 1 and 2 were either too loud or soft. I like to sleep with the TV on and I wish the sound level could be between 1 and 2.
Summary: THIS T.V. IS O.K. THE SOUND IS TINNY, THE COLOR IS O.K. IF YOU CAN NAVIGATE THE ADJUSTMENTS ON THE REMOTE. I ALREADY REPLACED IT WITH A 32IN. L.G. FOR MY BEDROOM, MUCH BETTER. I PLAN TO SELL THE VIZIO SINCE I HAVE NO NEED FOR IT.
Summary: This product was okay until it stopped working suddenly about 7 months ago. I have been trying to see if it was the outlet or the product. After testing it in every outlet, it's the product. $300 for a product that worked not even a year is EXTREMELY disappointing.
Summary: Stand is not adjustable, vizio light up is useless, Border is rather glossy...I bought this tv knowing these things though. I bought this to be a computer monitor, although 60 hz is rather average, its way cheaper than any of the 120 hz models out there. I will try to update later if I can.
Pros: Looks brand new, no dead spots or lines, cheaper than non-refurbed/recertified, touch buttons on lower left are pretty nifty, 1080p,
Cons: Not very many options in the settings menu, either visual or audio. Speakers are in the back so it sounds like the tv is talking to the wall. The sound created isn't very "big".
Summary: This replaced an ancient (12 years) CRT TV, so anything would be an improvement. We have it hooked up to a HD Directv box using one of the HDMI ports, displaying at 1080p. Picture quality is excellent when within its viewing sweet-spot. Great value at this price.
Pros: 1080p HD for $210 Sleek, simple design and appearance
Cons: Picture quality affected by viewing angle. As this is my first LED-LCD, I don't know if that is a property of the technology or if this is a drawback to this particular model. All I know is that our plasma screen (at 6x the price) has a much better range for it's viewing angle. 30 degrees off-cen...
Summary: I should also mention that the package was perfect, TV and components were in perfect condition. you get a TV and a PC monitor with great picture for about $100 less than what you would've paid for just a PC monitor of the same size and resolution.
Pros: To start off, the picture is GREAT... After playing with the TV's and my PC settings the picture got very clear and sharp. BF3 looks absolutely amazing at 1080p res. It's light and looks really nice. LED doesn't take as much room inside the screen as for normal LCDs, so it's really thin. HD chann...
Cons: The sound, as it has been pointed out, isn't the greatest, but it's ok for watching normal channels. The base does not tilt at all and it comes in a upwards angle. Would be nice to have the base tilt downwards a little bit to make viewing angle better. The remote isn't the best either because the...
Summary: I really like this TV when its being used as a monitor. Better than a lot of dedicated other monitors this size. It has a headphone jack, so I just attached a set of Logitech Speakers to it, and the audio is much better. TV Tuner picks up all my Clear QAM channels.
Pros: - 1080p in a 26" Size - Thin, and Light - 4:4:4 Chroma compatible when using DVI-->HDMI adapter, or VGA. - Inexpensive to purchase, and own - Fairly accurate color reproduction compared to other Vizio TVs
Cons: - Input lag of ~50ms...this equates to about 3-4 frames. Not the end of the world, but not fantastic - Poor audio quality should be expected with a TV this thin. - Poor stand design...can not adjust tilt, and it's deeper than it needs to be.