Reviews and Problems with Vizio Theater 3D E3D420VX
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Great Quality TV, Some apps are glitchy though
31 October 2012
Summary: The quality of the TV and picture is great, a really good deal for the price. I am a little bummed that some of the apps are glitchy and some do not work at all (Wall Street Journal in particular). I was really excited for the WSJ app, but I can not get it working at all.
Summary: At first I was disappointed a bit, the response time is slow, at first did not have Youtube, the base is not rotating, the movement of the images is very slow .... With a simple update greatly improved my satisfaction.
Summary: For the price, this TV is an incredible value. It does suffer from some pretty substantial back light inconsistency, more than most Vizio models I am familiar with, and the color saturation is a bit less than desirable even after a thorough calibration.
Great, bargain 3D TV - Great for the price, Really Good in comparison to what's out there
C. D. Posten, Amazon
2 November 2011
Summary: I bought this TV back in April, so I've had it a little over six months now. It was an upgrade from a 32" HD (non-3D). I chose it because it had a great picture in the store, uses passive glasses, and it was a steal. I have not once regretted my purchase, although there are some flaws.
Summary: The picture on this TV is pretty good after you adjust the setting. If you can afford a little more though you should check out this vizio 42" it uses LED which provides a much better picture (my other vizio is a razor LED) and also it uses true 3d (the active shutter glasses) were this tv uses the...
Great television, apps and 3d...slower than I hoped.
P. Tripp, Amazon
19 September 2011
Summary: 3months in and I'm still happy with my purchase, but boy is it slow starting up (25secs) and switching between inputs or resolutions (5-6secs). Additionally, input lag with 'Game Mode' off or 'Film mode' on is borderline absurd, basically an entire second.
Summary: I'm not an early adopter. This is my first non CRT. I read the reviews and decided this was the right combination of price and features, $650. I was very interested in 3d. My family has been very happy with this tv. Like the previous reviewers have said, the remote is junk.
passive 3D, great price, but there is one downside...
Lauren Glenn, Amazon
12 August 2011
Summary: Interesting thing with this TV is that you get a passive 3D HDTV set with 3 HDMI inputs. The picture quality is very good, but the audio on the HDMI port lags behind the sound by a fraction of a second.
Summary: This is an outstanding TV at a great price for what it offers. I had been expecting what might have been a few problems based on some of the reviews, but this was the only TV out there that filled all my present (and future, re: 3D) needs, so I went ahead and bought it.
Summary: I bought this as a replacement for my old 32" Samsung LCD which suddenly decided to die. I'm pleased with the picture quality. Big improvement over the 32" 720P that cost me three times as much a few years ago.