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VIZIO E260MV 26-Inch Class Edge Lit Razor LED LCD HDTV
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- Edge Lit Razor LED backlighting for brilliant color and contrast
- 1080p Full HD
- SRS TruVolume and SRS TruSurround HD audio
- Touch sensitive TV controls
- Two HDMI port
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- Brand Name: VIZIO
- Model Number: E260MV
- Display Technology: LED
- Display Size: 26 inches
- Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Top Customer Reviews
Size: fantastic - super thin, and light, which enables keeping shoved toward the back of its surface to keep the kids' fingers away from the screen.
Picture: Excellent, very crisp (using HDMI cable). Easy enough to modify settings to get the right picture for your lighting conditions. My set is in a naturally-lit room and I have had no problem with the picture or colors as a result of the bright sunlight.
Sound: fine. If you just want to watch TV/movies, the built-in speakers are fine. They won't make you go ga-ga, but if that's what you want, you'll already have (or soon hereafter acquire) a speaker system.
Heat: Here's a really trick of the LED backlighting - it produces surprisingly little heat compared to a more traditional LCD. Most LCDs generate a fair amount of heat, but the LED LCD doesn't generate nearly as much.
Dust: For whatever reason, the bevel seems to attract more dust than other LCDs in the house (TV and computer screens). Dust doesn't collect so much on the screen as around it - odd, but easily dealt with and doesn't affect the picture.
Bottom Line: Great TV, especially for the price.
Now the bad. The sound is absolutely terrible. The Tv can get loud without distortion, but the speakers are on the back of the unit and the quality is bad to begin with. Furthermore, it would not be a good idea to mount this TV to the wall unless you plan to buy external speakers. Problem two, getting external speakers. Vizio's current sound bar is 39 inches long, as are most sound bars. So if you mount this 26" Tv with the the 39" sound bar, it looks disproportionately awkward. And if you invest in a home theater system, it is unlikely your going to buy a 26 inch TV. Third, when you turn the Tv on and change channels, the screen turns blue for 1.5 seconds. This is normal for this TV. I don't know why, but this blue screen irritates me for some reason. Finally, although the remote is comfortable to handle, it seems really cheap.
My final thoughts, if you need a tv for kids or teenager 14 years or younger, this is a reasonable choice for the price. The picture will be great with a gaming system. For older teenagers and adults, I have to say to pass on it. Look at another 26 inch TV or invest another 50 dollars and get a nicer TV with decent sound.
After watching several movies and baseball games on this TV, I decided that I needed to get a sound bar because the sound quality is so bad.Read more ›
as for the comment about aspect ration from another person.. there is a setting that is standard on most tv's.. it allows for regular tv viewing (like our old crt tv's that were square), it has wide screen and it has what is called panaromic.. this feature keeps the center normal but stretches the pic to reach the edges.. these settings are normal for all tv's from what I see. When you are using HD on tv's in general, you don't use these features. But the tv does have the ability to change the pic size in these 3 settings.. The remote has a variety of ways to access it.. at the top of the remote is a criss-cross bar.. click the center of it and it will display all the settings you can adjust. just click the "wide screen" feature and from there you can change the size of the screen you are viewing (again this is for viewing in NON-HD format).
For the price this is a great tv for the ofc or the bedroom..
- Good picture, decent value.
- Built in speakers have little bass (typical for tv speakers) and the audio out to auxillary speakers is less than half what it should be. External speakers had to be wired up directly to the dvd (instead of thru tv) in order to get decent bass for movies.
- Has frozen up a couple times, and had to turn on and off for buttons to become responsive again.
- No mp3 player, only picture viewer.
- No menu button on remote, have to press button on TV.
Overall not a bad tv for the money.
UPDATE: Feedback from comments, "the 'menu' button on the remote is accessed by pressing and holding the OK in the center of the 'plus key.'"
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The TV works well and looks good, but the remote had mushy buttons from the start. After minimal use, half of them don't work anymore.Published 1 month ago by Thomas Fiddaman
Horrible sound. This is my second Vizio and will never get another.Published 18 months ago by Laurie M.
the tv was a bit scratched up when i received it the stand is a bit wobbly and the sound quality is not very good but he picture is nice and the tv is a nice size and rather slim.Published on January 14, 2014 by Alicia
Very Good Product for the price. Well packaged and easy to install with the stand that comes with it or it can be mounted to the wall. Read morePublished on January 12, 2014 by Hammercl
Has two hdmi ports one of them isnt working, the tv looks good i plug in the play3 and pc but have to
Be switching hdmi cable
After dealing with King-Electronics all day yesterday and after trying to get them to refund my purchase and after trying to return their defective product I was asked by a... Read morePublished on September 10, 2013 by Collin Funke
The great majority of reviews I've read regarding the E260MV have been written by people who use it as a TV and a DVD/Blu-Ray monitor-- quite understandable, since it's billed... Read morePublished on August 13, 2013 by Azimuth Solar