Not as good a picture as my Pioneer Kuro Elite plasma,
David R. Hudspeth "Buck E. Beaver", Amazon
20 May 2013
Summary: But not bad either, esp. considering the price. I followed the setup instructions given elsewhere here but set the brightness down to 75 instead of 80. Otherwise the darker scenes lack sufficient contrast IMO. We have watched Avatar, Titanic, The Hobbit, Tangled and several other movies in 3D - some of the movies are too "3D"-ish which can interfere with the plot, but others like Avatar skilfully blend the 3D effects for better immersive experience.
Summary: I purchased this TV from Amazon and it was shipped from the AZ warehouse to MO. The white glove delivery was excellent. I do not often write reviews, but this product warrants it. It is an excellent basic LED tv. Professional reviews are hard to come by. Try the following it has real figures and a large number of competing models to compare. [...] I have owned an XVT series Vizio 42" about 6 years old. It ran 14-16hrs a day for an elderly person for about 5 years.
Great TV at value price - get a service plan for piece of mind!
12 September 2012
Summary: Really wanted to have a big TV to watch movies and sporting events. The fact it has all of the internet apps is a bonus but no biggie either as every DVD player on the planet has them as well so at some point it becomes redundant. The 2D picture quality for this set is great. 3D I thought would be darker but instead it is very vibrant and for the first time I enjoyed watching a movie in 3D.
Summary: So far this has been great. I did not buy this for 3D, but it was the best priced 65" LED that I found. There was a Samsung that was close, but it only had 2 HDMI inputs and I need at least 3 since I have an older A/V receiver. I replaced a 2006 62" Mitsubishi LCD Projection TV that had been fading out for a while. This is a HUGE upgrade. Set up was easy and the color only needed a little adjustment.
Summary: Researched this and several others for a couple weeks and this was far and away the best value. I've been a sucker for technology over the years but not anymore. I refuse to spend $1000 more just for a more recognizable name. I buy what my eyes like. PICTURE: I knew the screen was a bit reflective - almost as much as a plasma. However the TV is going in our family room downstairs where too much light is not a problem. First - I'm very impressed by the 3D functionality.