Summary: If you've been waiting for a full-featured, big-screen LCD TV--and by big, I mean 5-feet-plus on the diagonal--that doesn't cost an arm and a leg, the Vizio XVT3D650SV may well be the answer to your prayers. For $2000 @ Walmart in Nashville, TN (as of March 13, 2012), this 65-inch LED-backlit set delivers good image quality and 3D support, plus tons of user controls and great connected-TV features, all easily accessible via Vizio's usual first-rate user interface and a...
"I find that most of the cited "bad" issues aren't true."
27 February 2012
Pros: purchased just one month ago at walmart somehow at a massive discount. WE GOT THE M3D650SV. I thought it was the same model but it has almost no problems at all, certainly none of the ones cited in this cnet review so we are ecstatic...
Cons: few problems. I notice a few very dim "splotchy" areas of grayness or dimmer screen areas on very uniform and lighter color backgrounds. They are never visible in regular viewing by any of my family. So, overall, no cons, except the TV wasn't free!
Awesome product! Great value for the money seller prompt accurated shipment
9 January 2012
Summary: original packaged with all accessories included and fast shipped as scheduled, which looks new open boxed item but works fine and this quality TV, has all features, no distorted or ghost images are found. Its 3d pictures are bright and lively defined, and 2d images look natural but not too sharp as LG and I dislikes the screen has high gross layer always has too much lights reflection around need to coverup and darken my room.
Summary: This is a great TV. I did a lot of research before i brought this item. It is HUGE if you have a small room you may want to look at other TV's. The color and clarity is outstanding. It was well packaged and shipped without any problems. It is heavy and you will need some help with it. The 3-D is super. There are other TV's out there but as far a i am concerned this is the best value for your money. I would highly recommend it. A 10 plus out if 10.
THE BEST 65" LED TELEVISION ON THE MARKET TODAY! HANDS DOWN!!
12 December 2011
Summary: I would first like to point out that I have only had the pleasure of owning this set for about 3 weeks now, but these are my initial observations. . The first thing that comes to mind when you walk into the room is, WOW. The sheer size of the screen is enough to make any man child drool, but the sleekness of the frame, simplistic but appropriate glossy frame, and 2 inch thick rear panel really compliment this monster of a television.
Cons: When using with a PS3 and playing video games, the unit will default to "Game Mode" as ON. If you are playing a game that outputs at 1080p or 1080i turn "Game Mode" OFF or you will get horrible flickering.
Pros: Professional reviewer must not know how to adjust picture settings. 2D picture is fantastic! Turn on the Smart Dimming feature and the black levels are black with great contrast! Set has no problem with 24 frames per second decoding, either! Screen unifor
Cons: Price was high, but now marked down to $2500 at most stores!
Pros: Easy set-up. Big screen matters. Blu-ray very good. Good color rendition. Passive 3D enjoyable (loss of resolution not annoying). Value. Very good intuitive remote.
Cons: Black levels too light. Excessive backlight bleeding in the corners. Some smearing during rapid movement. Glossy screen reflects everything. 2D low-definition material suffers from too little resolution on too big a screen.
Pros: Basically it has very vivid colors and good black levels to go along with that. Good screen uniformity along with pretty good off center viewing. No headaches from 3D that I've noticed. The wifi and internet features are nice to have.
Cons: Not really any major cons that bothered me enough to not like the set.
Pros: + Passive 3D image brighter than active 3D TVs and showed less crosstalk than 3D LCDs + Superb streaming and widget content via well-integrated apps platform + Includes unique Bluetooth remote with slide-out QWERTY keyboard + Integrated Wi-Fi
Cons: - Relatively light black levels - Poor screen uniformity and off-angle viewing - Couldn't handle 1080p/24 content properly