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Vizio E321VL 32" 720p HD LCD Television
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- stanleysjsJan 29, 2012by
Incredibly Great product - so I bought another one within a weeks time.
This is an unbelievable product for the money...
As I explored it's capabilites - I kept saying: "NO WAY"... my wife keep saying "WAY"... because she saw what it was that I remarking about.
The picture is crisp - and although it is advertized at 720p HD - there are modes where it actually does 1090p! I know that because the "mode" is displayed briefly as you change input source.
Finally - I liked it so much that I bought one for my mother in law. She's 86 (years old - not Maxwell Smart) - and her hearing is going... this TV helps her in 2 ways:
1) The audio is MUCH CLEARER - then her old CRT - so she doesn't have to PUSH the VOLUME as high..
2) It goes LOUDER - even without external speakers.
This was a hit. I would NOT be surprise if I buy a larger format TV from this vendor to replace the BIG SCREEN in my family room.
One more thing: and PLEASE don't take this as a negative. The first TV had a slight issue with the VGA input. Since I planned to use that input... I contacted TECH SUPPORT. They were VERY receptive to my situation... and QUICKLY made things RIGHT.
Yep... Good product, fast shipping, good service. Why not buy?
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- jcballantyne014Aug 13, 2012by
Very Functional, Better than expected TV. Definitely Recommended.
I bought this product after using a box television set that was starting to die, emitting high frequency sounds that heart my ears. I used that television mainly for gaming, and with some font in games, I couldn't read what it said, which could make things difficult.
I went with the 32 inch Vizio because I was afraid a 22 inch wouldn't do well for gaming at the distance I sat (about 7 feet away) and because of the low price and high reviews of this set.
This TV is advertised as 720p, that's true, however there are settings with HDMI, as it mentions your pixel setup whenever you change input conveniently, it runs at 1080p, and in the quick start guide, it can run at 1080i for TV. This was a very pleasant surprise, and it shows amazing detail.
The preset settings for different scenarios works great, and it's very simple, yet effective. The sound is really good, I haven't turned it louder than 25, which seems to be close to a third of the way up, and it is more than sufficient, and clear. It's also a pretty good stereo sound, as I can usually tell which direction a person is coming from, say, in a video game.
The remote that comes with the TV is incredibly light, even with the 2 AAA batteries, that were included (Along with the screwdriver to set up the TV's stand), and is practical, easy menu interface and shortcut buttons for functions that actually make sense.
So far I've really enjoyed the TV and haven't encountered a problem.Read full review
- okeigajSep 22, 2012by
I love this TV!
Is money tight and you're just looking for a good tv? Well the Vizio 32" inch TV is a great item for you. Im currently a college student and i bought this TV to put in my dorm room. Its an easy to setup TV and does give off a brilliant picture even if its hooked up to an antenna cable. My other roommate has the same size TV but a different brand and i believe that my TV shows a better quality picture. I am happy that i purchased this TV and feel that its worth every dollar i spent on it. 1101
- david-510Nov 19, 2011by
This is a good TV: it was easy to assemble the TV stand & it comes with a stylish remote control.. The only reason why this TV doesn't get a 5 star rating is because of the 720p & 60hz : The picture quality is ok, but I regret not buying a bigger size screen because that would've boosted it to 1080p & 120hz. Overall I would recommend this TV, but if picture quality is a factor, then you shouldn't purchase this item
- swoutpostJun 15, 2012by
Was pleasantly surprised. I recommend this TV.
Purchased Vizio for a 3rd TV in kids room. It works very well with a 12 year old. The system is connected to a amplified 4 way HDMI splitter driving two other TVs. The splitter is connected to 4 inputs, Blue Ray, VCR, Satellite Dish and Computer. The Vizio has a surprisingly good picture.The software and hardware have had no problems, considering the house is all solar and uses two Outback Inverters. I notice no difference in picture quality on or off diesel generators, where tube type TVs would have some harmonics's lines from a generator. The Vizio I would recommend.