questionsdoes anyone know how good of a tv this vizio is?

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i bought a LCD Vizio (not led though) a few months ago and so far I am very satisfied

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I owned that brand before and had nothing but positive things. I bought the t.v. off of woot last year. It was an LED and worked wonderfully. I ended up selling it five months later for the same price I had bought it.

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I am very happy with my Vizio TV. I've owned it since November and have had zero problems.

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@meyerk0, @natedogg828, @xarous: thanks for the good report. Do any of y'all have the 37" LED?

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@gewoodworth: I had the 32" led 120hz fantastic telly for the price.

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@xarous: great! Now all I have to do is finish saving up for it.

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@gewoodworth: That TV is very good. It has a somewhat metallic aftertaste but you really get the good crystal flavor up front. Those were the two things I really noticed about the taste. Other than that it's just about as palatable as your average flat-panel TV.

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Samsung > all other TVs

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@iggz: yeah, I know they're great TVs, along with a couple other brands, but they cost about $100-200 more than vizio when similarly equipped.

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I don't know about the specific model you are looking at, but I have been happy with Vizio. I have several Vizio televisions and monitors (including some refurbs) and have been happy with them. One seems to get good bang for the buck with Vizio.

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@gewoodworth: I just purchased almost the same tv a few weeks ago, but with a few variations. I got the 42" LED LCD from Costco (I posted it on deals.woot, but let me know if you can't find it on my posts). The TV that I got was $10 cheaper, but it was bigger and didn't have the web capabilities. Rather than spend another $200 - $300 for WIFI, I dropped $100 on a Sony Bluray (also Costco) and now I get Netflix, Pandora, etc through the Bluray player. All said and done, my purchase was $90 more but I got a bluray player, a bigger tv, and an extra year on the warranty (courtesy of Costco).

The tv is great. My wife had complaints about the picture quality/color, but it was really just a matter of getting used to such a crisp picture and the higher refresh rate. Our old tv was a 37" 720p 60hz Magnavox, and this is a huge step up.

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@murph929: Great suggestion. I hadn't thought about getting a blu-ray that has the same internet features... I'll have to look around at those.

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Had a Vizio for years before I made the switch to Samsung. They have quality TVs and great prices. Side note, their virtual surround sound bar and sub woofer are sweet, still use it with my current setup

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I would not be afraid of Vizio. I have 3 a 32" 720 plasma 3 yrs old, a 32" 720p lcd just over a year old, and a 47" lcd 120hz 1080p I got at Christmas time. All are great tvs. Great bang for the buck.

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I Love my Visio. A lot of people talk about "The Visio Pop of Death" and thats what happens if you complete the following steps often:

1. Locate your TV in an enclosed space with little to no breathing room for ventilation.

2. Leave your TV Playing for exceptionally long periods of time.

3. dont consider these factors anyways when placing your TV.

I'd say give it some breathing room and you're great with any Visio. Like I said I love mine, I got it last August a 32" LCD and Its great. Your Link looks like a sick TV too.

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I have one in a larger size it's rated at a lower end of tv's but I have found that the colors are great and have not had any trouble with it.Love it.
My son has one, my daughter and mother we all love them.I would definitely buy Vizio again.

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I purchased a Vizio TV and within 30 days the coler would go out for a few seconds on come back. Took the TV back and exchanged it for another Vizio and within two days the coler would go out again. So took that one back and now am purchasing a Sony. Didn't want to try for the 3rd time.

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bought an LED Razor vizio 26'' TV that use as TV and Monitor and must say that it beats my 55'' inch Sam ToC. It works great as a monitor and with a click I'm watching TV without even getting up. Plus for $69.99 divided into 3 equal payments i bought an extra 2 year warranty from vizio.com. Now I'm covered for 3 years! Sweettt!!!

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I have bought te 32'' from walmart last tear in October, it is now December 2012 and the damn thing will not turn on. I tried to reset it and that did not work. I am in the process of taking it to a TV repair man but, this crappy town I live in doesn't have one so I have to drive 140 miles to see one. I put my 52'' inch samsung up in place of the visio and the color wheel busted a day later. Anyways, the point is, I bougt the Visio with the insurance and a month later when the warranty expired the TV breaks. I bought the Visio TV because it was cheap and actuallyhad a really good picture. But, Visio is only sold in Walmart affiliated stores so they might as well put GREAT VALUE on it stead of Visio