You WILL be dazzled!!!
Take my advice and go check this model out for yourself! Just be prepared to be DAZZLED and don't be surprised if you end up signing your life away to get one! These new 4K resolution HDTV's are game changers, just like the original 720/1080p sets were. Sony's upconversion with their X-Reality PRO chip is TOP NOTCH , the build quality is great , the sound is WAY WAY above average and the color/detail is out of this world.
I love my new Vizio. This TV was a breeze to set up. The picture is beautiful and the 3D is amazing. I have not been a huge fan of 3D movies in the past, but I am now. It looks great and is easy to switch back and forth between 3D and 2D content. I would recommend that you purchase this product... you won't be disappointed.
Vizio is introducing M3D650SV, an HDTV with Vizio Internet Apps (V.I.A.), a service that lets users access everything on the web without using a PC or set-top box. V.I.A. gives users instant access to favorite programs like Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Hulu Plus, Netflix, Pandora, Rhapsody, VUDU, and Yahoo! TV Widgets.
Poorly implemented internet and 3D technology.
VIZIO's 65-inch M-Series, the M3D650SV ($2199 MSRP), is a strong core performer that'll save you money, but its unique features run the gamut from fairly interesting to hardly worthwhile. Where core performance is concerned, the M3D650SV has very good contrast, color, and black/white dynamics. It's also got speakers with a higher wattage than the average HDTV, so its sound output is both generally louder and of higher quality.
2D and 3D performance is excellent.
All things considered, I really like the M3D650SV. It's 2D and 3D performance is excellent. Yes, you must sit far enough away to avoid seeing the thin, black horizontal lines endemic to passive-3D flat panels, but I didn't see them except in light text on a dark background at an optimum viewing distance of 9 feet.
Vizio rocks! Best bang for the buck deal! Amazing 65 in. price
In the end, this is a killer tv deal for it's size and price. Without a doubt, this is a keeper! I remember buying our first Vizio many many years ago when they first came out, and since then, all future tv purchases, after carefully shopping around, also ended up being Vizios. The Samsung DLP was the last one. And now, that too is replaced with a Vizio. Haven't had a single problem with any of our other Vizio's.
Best Value for Great Performance
Anyhow this is a great line of Smart TV's from Toshiba. Though I am looking forward to there new refreshed HDTV's coming in 2013 from what I've found out. This HDTV performs very well with vivid picture quality. The sound is alright, though I would recommend a Digital Reciever to really enjoy the audio.
Great picture quality, a classy glass-kissed design.
This TV's value really comes down to personal preference. If you'd like the "option" of 3D and a limited smart platform, but don't want to shell out the money for one of Samsung's higher-end models, the Toshiba is a high-quality TV, and is cheaper than comparison models. However, if you're buying to get into the new features like 3D and streamlined internet browsing, there are much better TVs out there for that purpose.
Superior brightness and excellent color.
Although Toshiba's L7200U series lacks some features of the competition's top-tier televisions, its picture performance matches that of more expensive models. The L7200U's strongest attributes are its brightness and color production; its weak points are its edge-light bleed in the corners and limited selection of apps.
Sharp, Clear and Bright!
We have a 44" Samsung in our 5th wheel camper and really enjoyed the picture clarity, so that's what influenced our decision on this Samsung. From the moment I turned it on, I could not believe the picture. This TV has it all. Plus the 3D is fa-nominal. If you order from Amazon, they ship it free, no sales tax and the shipping company un-crates it and sets it up for you at no charge. Of course I gave the guys a $20. as a tip though. All in all, so far we're very pleased with our decision.
The picture is also not as standout as the top tier models, but is still very good.
At $999 you may be hard pressed to find a better TV in the market in the 40" size. Not many top tier manufacturers are making the smaller sizes these day with their best models anyway. So even at 40" the UN46ES6580 is a good deal considering picture, features, and the Skype camera and 4 pairs of 3D glasses. Competition is from the LG 42LM6200.
Fairly expensive for a 46-inch TV and color accuracy would've been better.
The Samsung ES6580 is good TV, but most of its best features are the ones you'll find on almost all of Samsung's 2012 line-up. The robust Smart Platform, immersive 3D, and slick design/interface aside, it's proven to be a slightly modified version of the ES6500 series, packed up pretty with a pouty little webcam.
The differences between the two are quite simple. Where the ES6500 is the better television in color integrity, the ES6580 is brighter, which gives it a stronger contrast ratio.
Great Value... but some minor disappointments
Great picture (be advised that Dish TV, Direct TV, etc. all compress the HD signals - so to get a proper view of the picture, either get the HD from a Blu-Ray disk or an antenna - over-air HD is not compressed, so it looks much better). Most TVs with this kind of picture are much more expensive... hence the great value. I also like the remote and the navigation. Hooking up a Blu-Ray/DVD player and Roku was pretty standard.
Great Passive 3D TV
I like the color rendition for movies right out of the box. No color adjustments needed. Very cinematic. The passive 3D is great if you have glasses wearers in your home (or visit you regularly). Toshiba only supplies standard glasses that most be worn over perscription glasses but third party companies sell compatible "clip on" polarized lenses that can be attached to the person's perscription glasses and work great. No more trying to wear glasses over your glasses. It's nice.
Sweet Little TV
This is a great small TV for the price! I bought it for the kitchen to replace an old 13" analog model. Amazing how much room this saves compared to the old one. The only drawback is the sound, as others have noted. It's tinny. However, in a small area with the bass set on highest and the treble the lowest, it is just fine.
Great TV for the bucks
It was easy to run through the setup and tweak the color and sound, and both are great. I could have spent more and gotten a bigger or "better" set, but we don't notice any difference between the RCA and my brother's 55" 1080p, (though we probably would in a side by side comparison). Our bottom line is that we have a HDTV that we are happy with, and spent $1200 less.
RCA 22inch dvd tv
The tv works just great. But the dvd player did not work right from the start.It took the dvd right in and nothing happend.Now i can not get the dvd out. eject does nothing.I got this to replace a 13inc crt converter box and dvd player.To get to only one remote controll device. Now I am down to two remotes.Still better then three. I would say that RCA just not what it used to be. GOOD LUCK to anyone buying one of these.
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