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Excellent picture quality,
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This review is from: VIZIO E550i-B2 55-Inch 1080p Smart LED HDTV (2014 Model) (Electronics)
This TV has excellent picture quality. It is very sharp, clear and vivid. Most important think is, it is matte screen. No glare or reflection. To me, this TV is better than Vizio most expensive 2013 M series. Black level is very good. Sound quality is good too. In PC mode through HDMI, 1080P video is super fine. I believe, nobody should regret after buying this TV. Love it!!
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Initial post: Feb 5, 2014 11:10:11 AM PST
GA. Post says:
I want one, but these are so hard to find right now. Maybe Sams has them, but my closest Sams was out of stock. And shipping from Amazon is two weeks and even Vizio direct is out of stock.
Posted on Feb 5, 2014 4:19:58 PM PST
Yeah, yeah, yeah, but what I want to know is how is uniformity and blooming. i.e., does the full-array baklighting work as adverise? How much blooming is there with the local dimming scheme? Thanks!
In reply to an earlier post on Feb 5, 2014 4:31:42 PM PST
This TV is very thin and light weight compare to any other brand in same size. It looks great to me. This TV has very good black level without active LED zones on. Once active zones are on, black looks more black. I did not see such black level in any tv before. Vizio did a fantastic job to improve picture quality this year.
In reply to an earlier post on Feb 23, 2014 5:17:40 AM PST
William Ramsey says:
How is it for gaming? Any blurring or smearing during fast motion? I've seen video of the 2013 M series in motion and it looks AMAZING(Especially the smoothness!) The only thing that is giving me pause about the E series is the fact that its really native 60hz panel.
Posted on Jan 21, 2015 6:47:02 AM PST
That was a pretty great review. I bought the same samsung tv to replace my previous 10-year old junk but I couldn't stand the cables just hanging around behind the TV. Just not used to them, I guess. I saw this brand called FlexiMounts and they had a ""cable management mount"" for a pretty reasonable price that worked perfectly. It's a must buy if you're as OCD as I am. Hope this helps!
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