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VIZIO - 32" Class - LED - D-Series - 1080p - Smart - HDTV-Front_Standard

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  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    RIDDLED WITH PROBLEMS FROM DAY 1 - DO NOT BUY!!!

    Posted
    NatSpeaksTruth
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    "Run Simba, run away and never return" to Vizio. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is a 100% real review. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING REVIEW: Model: Vizio D32F-F1 32 inch Status of Item: Brand New (Non-Refurbished / Not Used) Purchase Location: Best Buy Online Received Product: October 26, 2018. Date of Review: January 2, 2019 (68 days after receiving the product) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Pros: * Looks good * Remote is simplified * Smart TV * Cheap Cons: * No real help from Vizio support, no resolution to my problems * Doesn't work like expected to * Cannot install/uninstall apps (Vizio chooses what apps to show you) * Issues with Hulu app * TV restarts by itself whenever it wants to * Have to stream big title applications from phone application (no way to install onto TV) I bought this TV to be used as a monitor for my computer. Right out of the box it was having issues with Hulu streaming, it would frequently give me errors when trying to stream Hulu and ONLY Hulu. I chatted into tech support on their page the same day and they told me to do a factory reset - DIDN'T WORK. Then they told me to unplug the TV and hold the power button and plug it back in - DIDN'T WORK. As of today, the issue is still happening and they told me that it is on Hulu's end. Exactly 2 days after my 30 day return period ended, my TV started to restart on its own. It happens about 4 or 5 times in the span of about 6 hours. IT'S REALLY ANNOYING! I at this point do not feel confident reaching out to Vizio only to have them waste my time again without resolution. I advize you to stay away from Vizio as their quality has REALLY went downhill. My refurbished Vizio TV from 2014 works with little defect, this brand new TV can't seem to work right at all. I should have returned this TV the same day when I started seeing the Hulu issue. I am kicking myself in the butt now! Please learn from my mistake ladies and gentlemen. ALSO, ONE THING YOU SHOULD KNOW IS THAT SMARTCAST IS NOT THE SAME THING AS A CHROMECAST SO BEWARE! The way the smart TV portion of the TV works like this: You go to SmartCast by pressing the input button. It takes you to a page with preloaded junk you cannot delete and preloaded "apps". Technically these are NOT applications because you cannot delete or install anything, you just get to choose from what's already there. PREINSTALLED (AND ONLY "APPS" THAT ARE ON THE TV) "APP" LIST: Hulu YouTube Netflix Prime Video (Amazon) Sony Crackle WatchFree (Vizio) Movies & TV (Vudu) iHeart Radio Xumo YouTube TV CBS News Live 24/7 NBC Fandango Now Redbox on Demand CBS All Access D A Z N Filmrise FF (That's all I see on the logo, I do not know what it stands for.) Flixfling Taste It Newsy HaystackTV Dove Channel CuriosityStream TG PlutoTV Music B ConTV Plex USB Option - To play media via USB Access more apps - When you click on this option it says this: "All the apps you know and love. With Chromecast built-in, you can stream your favorite apps like YouTube, Spotify, HBO NOW, Pandora, and more to your big screen. Just launch the app on your smartphone, then tap the Cast button *Applications and content may require fees or subscription charges. Availability varies by region. Youtube and Chromecast build-in are trademarks of Google, Inc." So if you want to listen to Spotify, you'll have to launch it from your phone on the phone app which is very incovenient if you only have one phone and you are on a call but your family wants to listen to music in another room. Please do your research on Vizio's quality before making this purchase, Google "Vizio restarts on its own" or even "Vizio Smart TV Freezing" I have read that a lot of people experienced Vizio's TV's freezing up. This is probably the most in-depth review I have ever done but I want to make sure that you are well informed of how I was scammed. Yes, I call it a scam because they have my money and I have a half working TV. AGAIN, LEARN FROM MY MISTAKE PLEASE!

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      VIZIOEntertainmentExpert

      Hello NatSpeaksTruth, thank you for your feedback it is appreciated. Please contact our customer support at 877-878-4946 for assistance with your television. VIZIO

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Great Picture; Poor Software

    Posted
    Smb87
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    For a 32” TV, the picture and black levels were really good due to the full array local dimming backlighting. The sound was also decent for a 32” TV. Google Chrome casting worked great from apps on a tablet too. However, we ran into a couple issues which made this TV a pain in the butt to keep. If you turn the TV off while Netflix is on, turn the TV back on and change inputs to watch over-the-air antenna channels, you will not be able to change channels using the remote or the phone app remote until going back to Netflix then back to antenna. When you’re a cord cutter like my parents, who primarily watch Netflix and local TV, this is a big pain to do on a regular basis. We reset the TV and it started doing it for both Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. We exchanged it for another unit, same thing. (We ran through remote and TV reset steps with support on both.). A Vizio technician came out and verified that it was a software issue. It wouldn’t be as annoying if there were a TV button on the remote, instead you have to select the input button and push it 3 or 4 times. My mother was going to keep the TV and just deal with the above until it stopped connecting to the apps. It was connected to the internet but it didn’t register it as such. Nothing would reconnect it allowing it to open Netflix except for a 30 minute long factory reset process. There are other interface, settings and remote nuisances which were annoying such as the no TV (antenna) button on the remote. It was slow to open apps taking up to 5 seconds. This time we exchanged it for the just released Samsung N5300. Not as deep darks but it’s better in just about every other way. Zero problems and a lot of conveniences. The smart and antenna interfaces are much better. You just hit exit on the remote to get to TV and there is a built in guide for local stations which is really convenient. My mom likes that the remote has a sleep timer button. It’s zippy - entering an app is instant. Note that you need to change sound to Optimized but I’ll probably get my mom a small sound bar. Cannot recommend this Vizio with all of the issues it had aside from a good picture.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great tv for the money

    Posted
    MissJulep
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    My old tv died after about 10 years of capable service, so I was looking for a fairly inexpensive tv to replace it. This seemed like my best bet based on the reviews I read here. Setup was very easy, especially since I'm not using the "smart" features of this tv. I already have an Amazon Fire TV that is set up with everything that I need, so I don't need the built-in links to Netflix. However, I did hook it up to my Wi-Fi, which was simple enough. Also, I was pleased to see that it automatically recognized that one HDMI cord was plugged into my Fire TV and one was plugged into a DVD player; it even labeled them that way in the input list. Plus, I've found that for most simple functions, I can use the tv remote to navigate on the Fire TV. It kind of doesn't work for going back to a previous screen (or I haven't figured out what button to press to do that). I'm using this as my main living room tv and I'm very happy with it, but I'm sure others would find it too small for that. The picture quality is great IMO, although I'm not a geek about such things. Audio is decent as well, although I can understand why other reviewers talk about installing a sound bar. I might do so someday, but for now the audio is acceptable. I also hooked this up to my antenna to get local channels and that has worked really nicely. It took a few minutes to scan for channels, but it found all of the available ones. I had to re-position my antenna as some of the channels would come in and out, but it was great to be able to see a signal strength on the tv screen so I could find the best position to get a good signal on the channels I really cared about. Overall, I'd recommend this tv, although I haven't had it for very long so I don't know if it'll last as long as my last one did. Oh I did find that my very old DVD/Blu-Ray player has some issues with the aspect ratio on the tv, so I'll likely have to replace the DVD player. Might be useful to know if you have older equipment that you're trying to connect to this tv, although that's usually a risk you take with new equipment.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    My new Vizio TV broke down 4 months after buying

    Posted
    jamie

    I bought my brand new VIZIO 32" D-Series 1080p Smart HDTV in February 2018. A few weeks later, the company had to send out a repair person to replace everything on the inside (motherboard, speakers, etc) except the display due to a buzzing audio problem. Now, four months later (June 2018), the company has to replace the entire TV because the screen has gone permanently black. On top of that, it will take almost a week for the replacement TV to arrive -- which isn't even a brand new replacement. Vizio is sending a "recertified" TV that someone else had returned to the company. The company assures me that it will be "just like new" -- which means little given that my previous brand new Vizio TV was a poorly manufactured dud. Then I have to haul the broken TV to a UPS location, even though I don't a car. Is my situation rare? I've googled around to see if others have experienced this black screen of death problem -- and yes, Vizio is notorious for it, as well as numerous other issues, like violating people's privacy. Vizio TVs apparently have a disturbingly bad track record of breaking down outside the warranty period. In addition, other former owners have posted their stories about the company telling them tough luck, your out-of-warranty TV is not fixable at all, and would you like to buy a discounted replacement TV from us again (even though the discounted TV would be more expensive than from other retailers). Sure, the display quality was good while it lasted. But holy heaven, I have never had so many problems with a brand new TV before. I would recommend to my friends to stay away from this company.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    on screen display teeny tiny and other things

    Posted
    kenr
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I chose this 32" Vizio Smart TV for my bedroom because of the pricepoint and that it was one of the few 32” models that had 1080p display. I use an HD Antenna for my broadcast. There are 3 things that I do NOT like about this TV. One is the on screen display. Even with my glasses, I cannot make out the channel numbers on the screen. They are very very tiny, and basically unreadable as well as all the other on-screen info. What was Vizio thinking? Knock 1 star off for that. Another is the remote. It is small and cumbersome. May be ok for someone with tiny hands but it literally takes me 2 hands to type in a channel number because of where the keypad is located and the buttons are the size of pinheads. I like a remote that I can pick up and use with 1 hand. At least I can buy a universal remote that has a lighted keypad and bigger buttons at Walmart for $12 to remedy this. Knock another star. The final thing I do not like is the fact that there is no built-in TV guide in the Vizio menu. When you use an antenna, you are not blessed with a TV guide channel. My Samsung offers a wonderful TV guide for HD antenna. It takes a few taps on the remote to get there but at least it's there. Vizio doesn't even offer this TV guide anywhere in it's menu options like Samsung does. Knock another star. For these reasons, I would not buy another Vizio TV. I will say that the picture quality is great. But when you cannot even read the on-screen display with your glasses on because the numbers are so microscopic, I do not like that. I guess I will stick with Samsung for future TV purchases.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      VIZIOEntertainmentExpert

      Hello kenr, thank you for your feedback it is appreciated. VIZIO

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Issues With Apps

    Posted
    Pigman
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I like the fact that the remote has direct access to 6 apps. Too bad 3 of them have issues. Netflix, cannot watch anything and get the the message "We're having trouble playing this title right now. tvq-pm-100 (5.2.102)" Crackle, can watch the ads just fine, but when any program starts to play I get "Uh-oh, something went wrong." Vudu, Trailers and ads play fine, after that all I get is "Playback error Sorry, the video player has stopped working. Please try again." I spent close to an hour online with Vizio Support using Live Agent Chat. 3/22/2019 agents name is Booker. Case # 17150135 Tried all the suggestions that the agent told me to do and then he said, "Okay if that is the case then there should be no problems on the TV side. I would reach out to you Centurylink for this issue as it seems there is something in your network blocking it from using apps properly." So now I am supposed to have my ISP help me fix my Vizio TV? I told the agent that I get all these apps using my other Vizio TV with VIA apps and another TV with an Amazon Firestick. Final response from agent "Yup, they run on different operating systems. Something is blocking the apps from being able to retrieve data properly. Century link should be able to help in this circumstance."

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      VIZIOEntertainmentExpert

      Hello Pigman, please contact our customer support again at 877-878-4946 for further assistance with your television. VIZIO

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    doesn't work out of the box

    Posted
    frustrated

    We purchased this tv for our daughter for her college dorm room. after giving it to her, we wanted to show it to her and see the really nice picture it had. Well, so much for that. We got it out of the box, plugged it in. It started the setup and got to the first screen where it asks what language. We couldn't get the tv to do anything. changed batteries in the remote, held the remote inches from the tv sensor, still nothing. We looked up online to see what trouble shooting we could do. turned it off and on by the switch on the back of the tv., unplugged the tv and held the power switch down for 15 seconds, took the batteries out of the remote and pushed all of the buttons. put everything back together and tried it again, still nothing!! We called the 1-877 number on the back of the remote, the woman had us do all the things we already did, still nothing. There is supposed to be a light on the remote when you push a button, guess what- no light. so at the minimum the remote is dead, This tv is going back and we are getting the Samsung we were looking at. What a waste of time and a big disappointment for our daughter. GREAT GIFT!!!!! thank god we wanted to test it before our daughter went to college.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Good Price, but be aware...

    Posted
    SteveinNC
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    The price for this TV is okay, but we found a couple things we did not like: 1) The remote response was very slow. At first, we thought it was our wi-fi connection, but a later purchase of a different brand proved that was not the case. The remote also has a very flimsy feel. 2) You cannot download any apps to this TV. It comes preloaded with Netflix, Hulu, YouTube TV, and a lot more apps which will keep most users satisfied. However, it does not have Sling or Fubo. As time goes on, there will probably be new apps on the market. You won't be able to enjoy them. This is apparently the case with all Vizio models. What made this more annoying was that I spent 30 minutes on chat thru BBY's website with a tech rep insisting I just needed to go to the App menu and search for the app store icon. There is no app store, because this brand does not allow you add apps. So this TV is okay if you are sure you'll never want to add any other app. Given how fast technology changes, that could be frustrating.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      VIZIOEntertainmentExpert

      Hello SteveinNC, the SmartCast input does have limited applications installed and you cannot add extra apps to the input. We are continuously evaluating new applications for possible addition to this screen. In the meantime you can cast any of the thousands of Chromecast enabled applications to the TV from any mobile device on your network. Please contact our customer support at 877-878-4946 for assistance with your remote control. VIZIO

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great bang for the buck

    Posted
    BMacy
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I bought this as a holdover TV until my 4k TV arrived and this would be relegated to bedroom duty. It has great functionality for both analog OTA signals and for the native apps and HDMI signals. I connected to my home wifi network very easily, and setup was a breeze. There are a couple of downsides to this TV for me, these may not be negatives for all purchasers. For one, the TV does not support 4k. Let's face it, 1080p is a 2nd tier resolution at best, especially on an LED/LCD platform. As OLED becomes more popular, look for 8k resolution on the horizon. I'm no critical viewer, but even I could tell the difference coming from a 4k set to the 1080. For bedroom duty, a fitness space, or other, non-critical viewing, this is probably adequate. If you're looking to be wowed by a picture, look elsewhere. Second, there were a TON of updates that needed to be done before I could use this set. I needed to let the TV sit and run updates for nearly an hour (on a gig-speed connection, not exactly dial-up) before I could access the apps built in to the TV. That said, the built-in apps were very good. Though, I did notice a few key omissions: HBO, ESPN, NBC Sports, etc. Since I connected an Apple TV, this wasn't an issue, but might be if this is what you're looking for. On the whole, I would probably recommend this set. For certain uses, it is ideal. For some users, it may also be ideal. I'll be looking for this set, albeit in a slightly larger size, as a gift for an aging grandparent come Christmas.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Good picture, poor sound, Smartcast is intrusive

    Posted
    ArtB
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Picture quality is good for the money, but sound quality is pretty bad. And for someone who uses it with cable service, not as a Smart TV, the constant requests for agreement with Vizeo and Google terms and conditions, which I do not wish to agree to, are intrusive. Futhermore, the constant attempts at signing me up for Smart TV fucntionality, every time we turn the unit on, get in the way of basic cable TV -watching . Apparently, the TV is not smart enough to figure out, after two weeks of watching, and about 30 attempts to get us agree to Smartcast terms, that we connect to a signalvvia HDMI port I every time we turn it on, because it never returns to HDMI port I input, and we have to reset that every time we turn it on and want to watch TV. And, as others have said, the remote control is way too small. And did I say the audio was poor; do not buy without a sound bar or surround system to use instead of the internal microscopically small speakers. Thus is it apparent that Viseo really only markets this TV, at least at this low price point in order to monetize a record of your TV watching habits. I do wish there was an equavelent TV without the Smartcast feature, but if there was, I expect they'd have to charge more for it.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      VIZIOEntertainmentExpert

      Hello ArtB, please contact our customer support at 877-878-4946 for assistance with your television. VIZIO

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great picture/OTT support; lousy controls

    Posted
    Rokky
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    Agree with others that the picture is great; sound is ok, but routing to an amplifier/speaker system is best. Nice that it supports Chromecast (fine for me as compared to another reviewer's experience it seems), and big plus that it supports YouTube-TV as well as (if not better than) the Roku Express that we have on our big TV. Con: definitely the remote! The controls on it are hard to see, and use due to faint markings (back-lighting much needed), and smallness of the buttons. The user interface (UI) is not very intuitive, and takes a lot of "practice" to figure out - i.e. switching inputs takes multiple passes to get to the desired one, and "translating" what the non-HDMI ones names mean takes some trial and error. For example the antenna input "name" is the currently tuned-in station number/call letters, so it is not the same on the menu choices from one time to the next if channels are changed much. MUTE BUTTON just stopped working! Will check with Vizio support to see if I can get a remote replacement...

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great 32" FHD TV

    Posted
    mji71
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    VIZIO please make a 32" 4K TV !!! The masses are waiting... With that being said, this 32" FHD TV is great on display, audio, and features (including smart TV and Alexa/Google voice integration). I've tested every aspect of this TV using for TV, Xbox/PS4, FireTV and desktop/gaming computer. Once the color is properly calibrated and the correct video mode is selected (including enabling the Game Low Latency feature when gaming and the Computer picture mode when attaching a desktop computer), then I am 100% satisfied with this TV for the price I paid. If you are in the market for a 32" FHD TV, then encourage you to try this model and take the time to familiarize yourself with ALL of the features (there are tons) and learn to properly configure!!! I wholly expect you to be satisfied. This coming from a person with 20+ years in IT... VIZIO please make a 32" 4K TV !!! The masses are waiting...

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Simple TV that does what it should

    Posted
    Daniel
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    This TV lives up to my expectations. Initial setup was a cinch -- connecting to the Blu-ray player, soundbar and the network. Using the remote (that came with batteries) is very straight forward. I also ended up pairing the TV with simple $5 generic universal remote and have been more than satisfied. I mostly use the TV to stream Hulu and have had no issues thus far. The HD picture is crystal clear and the audio quality is also spectacular (both on its own and through the soundbar) I chose this TV because it was on the smaller side and fits better in a smaller apartment. Additionally, it was the only TV that I could find that had the capability to use analog connections for sound outputs. (It also has digital optical audio output) My only 'complaint' is that I did try utilizing the companion mobile app, but was disappointed because it didn't work (couldn't connect it to the TV because the app kept 'cycling' back and forth between the various setup screens). However, this does not hinder the use of the TV and is not a major issue.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Compares well with peer sets

    Posted
    jamestom
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    The setup and operation was a snap, with good WiFi reception from my other room's WiFi router. Integrates with no problem with my TiVo satellite box HDMI output, and my DVD HDMI output. I am using the analog audio output to a Bose audio unit to get good quality sound, that I'll replace with a soundbar over time. The 10w audio was a bit tinny to my ear, as I'm replacing a 20w audio HDTV. For others, perhaps the audio would be acceptable. That'll be true of any 32" range HDTV with 10w audio -- there are almost no 32" TVs with >10w audio. SOAPBOX: It's like the days when toy started the "batteries not included" devolution. The manufacturers compete on price (blame us?!) and so now it's "quality audio not included". Like its peers 10w sound (5w per channel) is simply insufficient to produce good sound, and the 32" range is unlikely to be hooked up to a home theater audio system. So now just like buying batteries separate from the toy, one must pay at least $100 extra for a separate sound bar, and the included internal audio goes to waste. Sigh.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice TV hard to rate

    Posted
    Joey
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    First TV was brought home mounted and turned on worked for a hour and quit. Wouldn’t hold power and wouldn’t completely turn on. Called Visio they did a few test things over the phone and determined it was in fact shot and said we could send it to them to repair or replace or we could take it back to Best Buy since it was just purchased. We chose the easier of the two and took it to the store. They checked it to see it didn’t work and replaced it with another one. No issues great service thank you BB. The new one has worked fine since knock on wood. About a month now. Picture is solid for lower end TV ( it’s in a kids room) it has some nice features and the smart WiFi hooks up well. I would recommend the TV for the price point for a bedroom or secondary area for tv or games. But it started out a little rocky.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    OK TV for the price

    Posted
    Caffeinator2
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
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    I needed an inexpensive HD-TV for a bedroom, and this one was about the right size, and lightweight/small enough to easily move. I don’t really need the smart features, and with only a pretty bare-bones wi-fi speeds and no ethernet ports in the room, wouldn’t be able to do much streaming anyways. Had to switch the picture mode from auto, since it over-compresses digital signals that are in 4:3, i.e. they already have black bars on the sides, but the TV doesn’t recognize that, adds its own set of bars, and you end up with vertical stretch. Switching to standard or widescreen mode fixes that, though. While I liked other brands I had previously purchased better, this one is economical, and the image quality overall is really not bad, at least when you have hi-def inputs, like digital channels, or blu-ray.

    I would recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response

      VIZIOEntertainmentExpert

      Hello Caffeinator2, thank you for the feedback it is appreciated. VIZIO

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Go with Vizio

    Posted
    SadStache
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I was looking for some Tv's for a game room, particularly for video games but sport watching as well. I already have a larger Vizio 4k Tv for the bedroom and I am very pleased with it over the years so I started looking at Vizio's first. Considering the distance I would be from the Tv I knew I had to get a 1080p resolution. The picture is very good for gaming, as well as anything else. The sound is sufficient, not bad but nothing to brag about. The only negative comments I have which is prevents the 5 star rating is only having 2 HDMI ports and that the remotes work for both Tv's. Meaning if I want to adjust the volume on one it will simultaneously change the volume on the other, which I think most people won't have this issue lol. If I could I would give the Tv a rating of 4.5 stars.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Limited functionality and staff

    Posted
    Dawn
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
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    I was very excited to bring home my TV. I went in specifically looking for 1080p and I told the Best Buy employee that I stream Direct TV Now and asked if I could do that through the TV directly and was told yes. It is not so. I called Vizio to set everything up for the remote and the control for my phone. They have dozens of platforms available... including Direct TV, but not Direct TV now which makes no sense at all. And the very condescending sounding rep at Vizio customer service sounded like Paris Hilton's talking double. I was furious. So now I have a Roku for a top of the line TV. It works well, though I can't speak to the chromecast it comes with because I can't use it, but other than that its decent.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Perfect TV for the bedroom

    Posted
    DeepBlueC
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I was searching for a smaller LCD TV for the bedroom when I came across this Vizio 32 inch model. I have two larger Vizio TV's that have been great so I decided on this model and I couldn't be happier that I did. It is a great looking TV and just the right size for the bedroom. The built in WiFi was simple to get connected to my home WiFi network and having 2 HDMI ports made it easy to connect to both my cable box as well as a multimedia center built on a Rapberry Pi platform. I even connected it to my outside OTA antenna and the tuner was able to receive more than 30 OTA HD stations, great for when I just want to watch local programming. Combined with all the other features this TV is perfect for my application!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    My calibrations for Picture and Sound

    Posted
    Calibrate
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I did not like the out-of-box defaults for both picture and sound and made my own adjustments. I like Vivid, but it was too strong, and audio from the speakers was difficult to hear. If your into navigating the menu system, you can create your own picture profile as well as adjust the sound settings. I think the settings I have attached greatly improved both. Maybe these will also work for you. I am using the TV for over-the-air and Netflix through a TIVO box.

    I would recommend this to a friend