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Vizio XVT323SV Razor LED


$700.00 Released June, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Large amount of online streaming content and "widgets" available. No noticeable lag with gaming consoles. Bluetooth connection enables various wireless devices, including a remote and headset.

The Cons:Ships with USB ports that aren't active, planned for future updates. Color tinting is visible when viewed off-center.

With an ultra-thin design that's sleek yet durable, the Vizio XVT323SV Razor LED is an LED backlit LCD HDTV that saves energy and produces high quality images. The 32-inch screen television set has 120Hz refresh rates and an Ambient Light Sensor that improves contrast.

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Product Shot 2 The StudioSound HD creates optimal sound quality that supports the Energy Star 4.0 compliant model's clear and detailed picture. To add a unique touch to it, the LCD HDTV also has Bluetooth capability and has Smart Dimming technology that optimizes the picture quality.

Features

  • 32-inch screen
  • LED backlighting LCD
  • 120Hz refresh rates
  • StudioSound HD
  • Smart Dimming technology
  • Ambient Light Sensor
  • Ultra-thin
  • Bluetooth capability
  • Energy Star 4.0 compliant
  • 4 HDMI outputs

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    large amount of online streaming content and "widgets" available

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    no noticeable lag with gaming consoles

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    Bluetooth connection enables various wireless devices, including a remote and headset

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    sound quality is above average, with clear dialog audible without turning up the volume

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    refresh rate can handle fast-moving subjects without blur or streaking effect

Cons
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    ships with USB ports that aren't active, planned for future updates

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    color tinting is visible when viewed off-center

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Bob Smith
Bob Smith: #vizio_xvt323sv_razor_led I would have expected this TV to cost a whole lot more based on the specs, but it's cheap, and the picture quality is awesome! Nice and crisp. The setup was easy when I connected my DISH Network HD satellite system using HDMI. I used to have 60Hz and I especially want to mention the 120Hz because it's much nicer and it can handle much faster motion and sports on ESPN that my old TV couldn't do. I love that! I also bought a fast-paced game for my PS3 just because of this TV I have now. My co-worker at DISH has excellent taste in TV, thanks to him for steering into the direction of this one. Jan 4, 12
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