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 ).
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.
Summary: I bought this TV because it has really great specs. The contrast ratio, which has numbers that are a little absurd, and the other visual qualities blew me away. It shows colors very well and captures movement very smoothly, which is especially good for sports fans. I was a little disappointed that the audio out only supports digital audio out.
Summary: Bought this as a bedroom TV. Pros, it takes up way less space than the CRT it replaces setup is quick and easy built-in wifi with netflix, pandora apps, etc. remote has a qwerty keyboard, bluetooth, and controls cablebox Cons, remote is as stylish and comfortable as an original NES controller remote is hard to use in the dark VIZIO LIGHT WILL NEVER TURN OFF! The last one really pisses me off, since the 52" Vizio that I bought had a menu-option to turn off the logo-light.
Summary: I bought this as a replacement for my Samsung 32 inch. Samsung was a very good TV, but these features are amazing. We have Netflix, Facebook, Weather, Local news all on demand. This requires a wireless connection, but it only requires a faint signal to work. Very good sound . Full Featured. LCD, LED, wireless connected for features.
Summary: I won't go into all the technical stuff and hooey about the TV. Its a great price and a great all around flat panel set. Mine is used mainly for gaming, so the 120hz refresh is excellent for the fast paced action. As for the built-in connectivity, the setup is a snap and the connection is as fast as my PC/Game console, no latency with any application (Vudu, Hulu, and Netflix all streamed HD content without even a stutter).
Summary: This tv has a great picture. The internet function is very good. I do not have high speed internet, so movies in HD do pause and restart. If you let them load for a little while before you start watching them, they work fine. The widgets that are available are pretty fun to use. There are widgets that you can watch free movies from, or netflix, vudu, hulu, etc. The audio is ok, for normal listening you will not be disappointed.
Summary: I cannot say enough about the quality of the picture on this set. It is simply amazing, and the HD picture seems to suck you into the action. The internet gizmos work as advertised..and we are still getting used to them. We are retirement age, never trained formally in tech gadgets, but seem to be picking up on most of the widgets and learning how to navigate. Biggest problems are: PIP does not work as per instructions. Have not figured that out yet.
Summary: A few days ago my 1991 27" RCA Colour TV died in the middle of a Nintendo Wii video gaming session. Ran a few checks and realized that the old tv had indeed died. Oh what to do? Obviously, buy another tv. So I did my resarch and finally ordered up the Vizio XVT323SV 32 inch LED LCD HDTV. It arrived yesterday. I was delighted how light it was (about 30 lbs) as I carried it down the basement to its new home. The 100 lb RCA was just dead weight in comparsion.