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VIZIO VO320E 32-Inch ECO 720p LCD HDTV (2010 Model)

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  • 32" LCD HDTV (31.51 diagonal viewing area) High Definition 1366 x 768 Native Resolution
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Brand NameVIZIO
Product Dimensions35 x 28 x 9 inches
Item model numberVO320E
Color Nameblack
Specification Metenergy_star
  
Additional Information
ASINB002ATBEVI
Best Sellers Rank #88,128 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight34 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 1, 2009
  
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  • Brand Name: VIZIO
  • Model: VO320E
  • Display Technology: LCD
  • Display Size: 32 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
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Product Description

Add Style To Any Room. The chic textured finish of this 32-Inch ECO HDTV sets it apart the pack. Consuming less energy than traditional HDTVs, it exceeds current Energy Star Guidelines by at least 15%. The High Definition resolution and 15,000:1 contrast ratio deliver an exceptional HD viewing experience in a stylish, sophisticated package. Current Version 3.0 ENERGY STAR TV products Specification require that all qualified televisions address both active and standby power (when your TV is on and off). This VIZIO HDTV meets the current minimum standards by 15% saving you money on your utility bills.

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Customer Reviews

Highly recommend this unit, along with the vizio brand. I now have a 47" Vizio and quality/picture is great as usual. Read more ›
I have a hdmi cable hooked to it from the cable tv box. Picture is gorgeous! I can't believe this tv only cost $290. Read more ›
It did alleviate quite a bit of Space from the JVC 27" tube TV I had. However, the picture wasn't that great. I used it for a standard DVD and you can clearly see the… Read more ›
We mounted it in the bedroom and it was very easy for my husband to lift up onto the stand. The picture is great. One of the reviews said that the logo at the bottom was… Read more ›
we have basic cable from Time Warner. all local channels are free for the HD(which is nice to have) Fox However is no better than regular with the HD while CBS NBC and… Read more ›
Bought this back in 2009-2010, and it has successfully survived through four movings (two through college, 2 moving from…This thing delivers great quality and longevity. Read more ›
this is a superior product at any price. at really reasonable price charged its almost stealing. Read more ›
If you want good quality and a reasonable price, this TV is an excellent choice. Read more ›
It does have fixed, variable or no sound options. So, final words, great value for the money. Great picture with lots of adjustments, my primary concern. Read more ›
Will buy from Vizio again! Great TV at a Great Price! Read more ›
Its lighter than our old one so I was able to carry it in our home and up the stairs. The Picture Quality is quite good considering the price. Its not as good as higher end… Read more ›
I saw this tv on display and was pleased with the quality. I liked the price as well! For an upgrade to the television in our bedroom, this turned out to be a gem! Read more ›
Ordered this thru Amazon and it was out of stock, but stock was quickly replenished. Set up was easy. Not currently using HD feature but it is a real nice TV for the money. Read more ›
The instruction manual and quick setup guide are very well written, and you will have this TV setup in no time. The TV has a myriad of ways to connect up to various video… Read more ›
Good picture, easy set up, simple remote. Perfect for somebody who wants or needs to upgrade from obsolete TV but generally is not comfortable with new technology. Read more ›
It is light, easy to mount on a wall, and visually attractive--surprisingly unobtrusive for its size, and a thin strip of chrome along its bottom edge adds a neat touch of… Read more ›
For 15 bucks I picked up a cheap "wall mount" antenna that I can use to pick up "off the air" HD broadcasts to watch my weekend football, and all I can say is HOLY COW!!!! E… Read more ›
Otherwise: set up was easy, menu is friendly and functional; remote is functional; outlets in the back are well positioned and well marked; general appearance is good; and,… Read more ›
We do NOT have cable or dish and use only an indoor…Picture is beautiful (everybody that has seen the TV has remarked on the beautiful picture quality); the sound is great. Read more ›
I bought this LCD TV and its my first lcd and i love it,the picture quality is great the sound is ok,and the TV is lighter then it looks Read more ›
This a great little tv. Very nice picture great sound. Lite as a feather and very energy efficient. Read more ›
First LCD. It is in treadmill room in house and has great picture and sound. Would recommend this TV to anyone that needs a 32" set for a small room. Read more ›
Sound quality is good considering small speakers (sound is comparable to my old 27" RCA). Sound is just fine for a large bedroom. Read more ›
This TV has much higher quality and workmanship than the 26 inch model. Excellent PQ, VG sound, VG viewing angle, no glare. . The cable hookups go in horizontally, while… Read more ›
This is a great TV for a great price. The menus are well organized and I've not had any problems since I bought it almost a year ago. Read more ›
It's very easy to set up; only took about 5 minutes. The controller is easy to navigate. The picture is fantastic. Read more ›
All the inputs and outputs I need Good remote control Looks really slick Read more ›
Good picture, easy set up, simple remote. Perfect for somebody who wants or needs to upgrade from obsolete TV but generally is not comfortable with new technology. Read more ›
Pros: price/value; crisp, bright picture; good remote; mostly easy set-up; 2 HDMI input connections, plus component, RGB, and RF; 100,000 to 1 contrast ratio; excellent… Read more ›
Otherwise: set up was easy, menu is friendly and functional; remote is functional; outlets in the back are well positioned and well marked; general appearance is good; and,… Read more ›
You won't notice the difference unless you already have a higher end television; even…The picture is bright and sharp, particularly when using the "Vivid" picture setting. Read more ›
Response time (8ms) and update rate (60Hz) less than you'd want for fast-paced sports. No "Smoothing" or "cinema modes, no PiP, etc. Read more ›
For use with a video game console and to watch movies (either on regular tv or via…The TV has a lot of great features and adjustments to make it suite your specifications. Read more ›
I use in "retail mode" like others suggested (less energy efficient). Also use "vivid" picture mode, which I think gives the nicest picture and best color. Read more ›
This tv is perfect for my small living room. The colors are bright and crisp and I have gotten many compliments on the picture quality. I've had it for almost 2 years and… Read more ›
Out of the carton,…I haven't even attached the Comcast adapter yet and I am amazed with the crispness of the picture, lack of distortion and the color quality is great. I… Read more ›
Picture adjustments are manual only (no ambient light sensor). Blacks and color good, not outstanding. Response time (8ms) and update rate (60Hz) less than you'd want for… Read more ›
After considerable fussing with brightness, contrast, color and other controls, often in flagrant violation of what DVE advised, I was about ready to return the set--which… Read more ›
Bought this Tv at Wal-Mart also. Have looked at many LCD Tv's over the last three years, and found that finding a good LCD Tv at a affordable price frustrating at best. Coul… Read more ›
Vizio has done the unthinkable and focused on performance all the while lowering the costs to just about nothing…to purchase a strong 32 screen at a price we can afford. Read more ›
The product…Besides, most human eyes cannot differentiate 1080p in 37-inch screens on down anyway since the resolution is too highly compacted on smaller screens. Read more ›
The only thing we were dissatisfied with was the delivery(which really doesn't…Otherwise we couldn't be happier, it has everything we wanted and the size is perfect. Read more ›
(Note: as long as you select "Vivid" as your picture mode, you will get the…I found that 32" is the perfect size for a bedroom, apartment, or other small to mid-size room. Read more ›
Arrived in great shape. No issues with initial qaulity or shipping. Read more ›
It's very easy to set up; only took about 5 minutes. The controller is easy to navigate. The picture is fantastic. Read more ›
The cable hookups go in horizontally, while the 26 inch model had vertical…The vertical hookups would be fine with a wall mount, but were difficult to use on my stand. Read more ›
Not for Home Theater. Great for secondary viewing area (e.g. guest bedroom) or less demanding viewer. Picture adjustments are manual only (no ambient light sensor). Read more ›
(Amazon doesn't help out either, you are on your own). Vizio customer service is poor, slow and I still have no working tv. So much for how great this tv is, I wouldn't… Read more ›

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223 of 229 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 27, 2009
Although I work in a technical field and love all the new gadgets and gizmos as they come out, I consider myself on the "trailing edge" of technology. That is, I don't buy the new stuff until it drops considerably in price, whether it be GPS, I-Pods, or HDTV's.

Even this season, with my 42 inch rear projection CRT TV (bought used for $200), I wasn't ready to make the jump to HDTV. My satellite service is in Standard Def, and just saw no reason to go to HDTV....yet.

Well, my trusty 42 inch decided to take a permanent vacation and without a lot of cash (read zero....) budgeted for a new TV, and two teenagers in the house (which elevates TV from a luxury to a necessity), I went about looking for a cheap "interim" TV that would fill in the gap.

Off to WalMart with little or no expectations and I started pricing around.

I live in a small apartment, and although I was initially was hell bent to not go below 42 inches, my lack of liquid assets quickly told me that 42 inches was a bit above my price range.

I found this TV on sale for $398.00. The picture blew away anything else in it's size and price range. And being almost 300.00 cheaper than a comparable 42 inch model, I decided to eat my pride and save some green.

Like others here, I find the whole "eco/green" crap a little out of control, but in the case of this TV the whole ECO thing does two things.

1. The TV is amazingly light. At just over 24 lbs with the stand, this TV is a joy to move around compared to that 42" tank.

2. The TV is EXTREMELY energy efficient. At approx 85W operating and .33W standby (thanks to a slightly annoying amber VIZIO logo that can't be turned off without unplugging....
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157 of 173 people found the following review helpful By Kyle Slayzar on June 26, 2009
OK, first let me just get the ecology-friendly "green" crap out of the way, which we probably do not care much about anyway since we just wanna watch the game/movie/show. The new Vizio eco-lines consume roughly 85 watts while running (.33 in standby), which is somewhat less than its predecessors. This will marginally, if at all, effect your electric bill (the switch over from plasma to LCD will save you enough as is), but you can sleep better at night knowing your new green television will save the rainforest for .000000000001 more seconds - that should give the animals plenty of time to duck and cover when the bulldozers come in.

OK, that crap aside, the new Vizio Eco-Line is a considerable improvement over previous models, which were specifically designed for economy and not so much performance. Vizio has done the unthinkable and focused on performance all the while lowering the costs to just about nothing allowing us mere mortals the opportunity (finally!) to purchase a strong 32 screen at a price we can afford. Now keep in mind that the standard resolution on the Vizios is still 720p and not 1080p (see Vizio's Java Series if you want a 32-inch in 1080p)) so it's not true-high definition. The product description states 1080i, but remember that it is only a simulated up-conversion (hence the "i" for interlaced) so it's not all that important. Besides, most human eyes cannot differentiate 1080p in 37-inch screens on down anyway since the resolution is too highly compacted on smaller screens.

Now, the Eco-Line sports a considerably higher contrast ratio (15,000 dynamic) compared to the older models capping out around 2,000.
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Richard H. Martin on December 2, 2009
That title has two meanings. This bargain 720p HDTV can be made to display a very good picture, but not if you 'obey' Vizio's instruction manual. You will pay a big penalty if you fall for Vizio's green marketing baloney.

It appears that all TV manufacturers adjust their picture controls at the factory to make their displays stand out in a lineup on a shelf in the store. Often that creates a picture which at home is inaccurate, too bright, too contrasty, over sharpened, etc. Thus any new TV must be 'calibrated' to produce a picture that correctly reproduces the video signal it receives. Sure enough, Vizio does that with the VO320E too. But that makes it draw more current. So during the initial setup routine the manual advises you to select the "Home Mode" rather than "Retail Mode," to "give you the opportunity to save energy." It says nothing about any effect on picture quality. So, good (and penny-pinching) citizen that I am, I dutifully punched in Home Mode before proceeding, a few days later, with calibrating the set using the Digital Video Essentials (DVE) system. When I finished the picture indeed looked pretty good... at night in a very dimly lit room. But in daylight it was lousy--dim, dull, and washed out. An unpleasant surprise, since a review of inexpensive LCDs in the October, 2009 issue of Consumer Reports had graded the VO320E's picture as "excellent." By then I had forgotten about that "Home"/"Retail" toggle, which doesn't appear in the VO320E's regular picture-tuning menus. After considerable fussing with brightness, contrast, color and other controls, often in flagrant violation of what DVE advised, I was about ready to return the set--which I bought for our brightly illuminated kitchen--when I realized that, duh, a little more juice might make a difference.
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