Summary: We bought this TV in March 2011 and it is now October 2012. TV intermittently freezes and then will turn off on its own. The remote control will not work anymore, even after replacing the batteries. Of course, the warrant is only good for one year from both Vizio and Amazon.
Summary: I must say that when this TV worked it worked well. The picture was very nice. However 2 months out of warranty there was a loud POP and the picture died. Customer service was no help, and gave me a number of a company in Florida that does "out of warranty" work for Vizio (I'm in New York). Took the unit to a local repair shop and they replaced the power supply, but found that there were many other items wrong with the unit.
Summary: We purchased the Vizio XVT423SV 42-Inch TV January 14, 2011. Just a few days after the 1 year, the TV stopped working, had no picture or sound. We contacted with Vizio, they said since this is after the one year guarantee they have to see what they can do. They have a contract with ITI ( in San Francisco Bay area) to fix the TVs. Setting up dates with the repairman took several days, he came changed a part the TV did not work.
Summary: I bought this TV based off of Vizios name. I also had bought a refurb 32" from Tigerdirect in 2009 and loved that one. Because I was satisfied with my 32" I felt that the internet apps would be a great bonus with the LED lighting. The apps are a welcome addition to the tv and also at the time something that not all tv's had at the time. One of my favorite apps is the Amazon instant app which plays content flawlessly with no errors.
Summary: WhenI purchase the television I was very excited about the internet apps. They TV has a sharp look with pretty good sound quality. The problem I have is that the tv is basicly a Computer and takes a little bit of time to boot up. also I have problems with it freezing up during a cold boot. I have called tech support and thay have been good but the problems seems to come back. It has to do with the memory or cache in the system.
Summary: This TV outclasses all TV's in the 32" range. Do your homework now, agree with me later. This TV outclasses all TV's in the 32" range. Do your homework now, agree with me later. This TV outclasses all TV's in the 32" range. Do your homework now, agree with me later. This TV outclasses all TV's in the 32" range. Do your homework now, agree with me later. This TV outclasses all TV's in the 32" range. Do your homework now, agree with me later.
TV for people who want a no frills good picture (TV for movie lover's)
7 October 2011
Summary: Too start off, this T.V looks cheaply made. It has one button on the T.V for the volume etc.. It's the power button. You click it once, and then all the normal controls come up on the screen and you rotate the knob to select options. They really cheaped out on that, and it looks like crap. The stand doesn't rotate, which sucks because you have to move the stand with the T.V. People say the volume is great on this T.V. IT IS NOT!
Summary: I received the Television. There are some big problems. The first thing I noticed when I opened the box was that the television had some sort of sticky substance all over the screen. It looks like someone splashed some soda on the screen or something. There are scratches across the entire panel surrounding the TV screen and also on the base. Then I tried putting the television on the stand, but it's missing the screws that hold the television in place securely.