Summary: I bought this tv to replace a 19" one in our bedroom. It has worked out perfectly. Things I like about this tv are: - it is light, and mounted easily to the same wall mount I was using for the 19" - great picture - built in wireless - the remote has a slideout keyboard, which makes it easy to search Netflix for a movie - netflix, pandora, weather widgets are very useful.
Won't tune in a digital signal without a cable box.
B Bjorklund, Amazon
26 April 2012
Summary: I've had this TV a little over a year and for the most part I find it "ok" - maybe even good - until now. Recently I decided to get rid of my cable box (save some $$) and take the cable connection directly to the TV. Much to my surprise, the Vizio TV could not tune in the digital channel video signal (audio came in fine).
full features, solid price, full apps with youtube, etc, wireless - good choice
SeS "SeS", Amazon
12 January 2012
Summary: I now have 3 of these TVs. That's a review in itself. The first two were purchased to hang at work in a gallery installation of digital art. Consistently get comments about picture quality and they do justice to both HD and non-HD content. Decided to buy a 3rd for home after the first two proved to be solid. As of Jan. 12th, Vizio has released the youtube app, so it pretty much has the full complement of apps.
Summary: A lot of people say that LG, Sony, Sansung are all better then Vizio. For what you you pay for this TV I feel like you can get more features and better quality than any other brand. This TV is great!
Summary: Bought this TV for my bedroom. It's nice. Works well, picture is good. There is only one issue I have with it though... While watching whatever channel on cable through the HDMI port, when I press the 'menu' button, I get a loud keeerack through the speakers when the on screen menu pops up. I find this extremely annoying. It hasn't blown the speakers up or anything, but then again I haven't tried this out while watching the TV at high volume ( ie: higher than 17 ).
Feature rich for the price - but many hidden gotchas and questionable quality
15 December 2011
Summary: I purchased this from Sam's Club after I missed the $430 (w/ free shipping) just before the Thanksgiving holiday. I ended up paying about the same (+tax) locally. I researched for quite a few hours before buying this TV. If you were looking for 1080p, 120Hz, and an LED screen for less than $600-700 elsewhere you would have a hard time finding it.
Summary: The television is less than 3 months old and shuts off all the time. The light flashes from white to orange for 3-5 minutes and then it turns back on. NO customer support from Vizio. Do not buy this television.
Summary: I got this tv on a Mon. and it blew up Sun. morning. It didn't last a week! There was a loud pop then sparks, and flames from the right side of the tv. VIZIO will not be getting return business!
Summary: I was very hesitant to purchase a Vizio television because it is a 'Wal-Mart' brand. However, after going to walmart and seeing this model among other models twice this price... Vizio TV's consistently looked the best. When shopping for tv's I was aiming for the following: 1080p 32" the highest possible contrast ratio Sub-500$ price. What I got? 1080p 32"(which I later found was bigger than I wanted in this small 6x9' room. this thing is a monster at the foot of my bed.
Summary: I purchased the VIZIOX VT323SV32-Inch Full HD on July 27th 2011. Several times over the past 2 months, while I am watching a program, the screen goes black, the Vizio logo flashes on and off orange for about 30 seconds, the logo goes white again, and the program pops back on. At first I thought it was a firmware update, but after the 3rd time I contacted Vizio Support. It was acknowledged this is a "known" problem they are working on.