dealsvizio e321vl 32” flat panel lcd hdtv (recertified…

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I know "full HD" is really just marketing jargon, but I thought it meant 1080p.

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Anyone have any experiences with QuickShip that they'd care to share? The website looks a little sketchy, but maybe it's just the payment by paypal/google checkout...

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Under warranty first line states "All sales are final. We do not offer refunds or exchanges for different items." think I'll pass

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@heatherwinds: True, but right underneath that it explains that they will replace a defective item within the 60-day warranty window. Sixty days is not ideal of course, but it is a refurb and it is cheap.

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I have this exact model bought new from walmart for $259.00. Like my other 4 vizios itworks great!

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I'd be in if it were 1080p. On the site it shows 720p. That said, I have a Vizio and think it's a pretty good TV for the price.

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For 199.99 You can get a new Dynex from Best Buy. Not Quite Vizio quality, but I've got one and it works well.

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@gwk1967: Exactly at least 1080 I FYI $248 new $210 refurbished @ Walmart

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At 32".. at a normal viewing distance.. you'd probably be hard pressed to tell the difference from 720p to 1080p anyway. I have a refurbed 32" Panasonic Viera that is only 720p.. and it looks great to me.

100,000 : 1 dynamic contrast... I can't stand it on mine because of the constant flickering from light to dark scenes.. so I wind up turning it off. It's probably ok to have on for a everyday TV show or maybe a video game.. but for a movie that might have some dark to light transitions... it blows.

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I bought this from Woot barely a week ago for $200 + $5 shipping. This is not done, Woot. Wait at least a month before you make people feed bad.

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iffy about the website but for the price it's worth the risk. I also checked out walmart online and on top of the $210 price it was $20 for shipping.

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I bought the exact same Vizio TV from Secondipity about 2 years ago through woot. It looks and works great. Mine was refurbished and I paid the same as listed here. Everyone then commented "Don't buy it, you'll regret it... save your money and get a 1080P!" Glad I bought it. Have it in my bedroom and watch it almost every night.

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@ramkum: I got the same thing, felt pretty bad when I saw this -_-

oh well, its only 20 bucks right?!

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I've been looking for a new, second set for awhile. It's time to get off the fence; in for one.

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Convinced my sister-in-law to get one. We'll see how it goes!

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Can't even tell you how many of this model we've fixed under warranty. Good news is, that once fixed, they don't seem to have a problem again.

This model is famous for either failing to turn on, or getting stuck on the Vizio splash screen. A quick Main Board swap, and all is back up and running. While I don't know for sure, I think they had some sort of defect on the original boards that cause corruption of the firmware.