- Free 60-Day Tech Support: This item is eligible for FREE Tech Support for 60 days from the date of delivery. Over the phone, our trained technicians can help you set up, configure, connect, and troubleshoot so you can start enjoying your new purchase. Owners of qualifying products can reach Tech Support by selecting your product on the Contact Us page. Learn more
ViewSonic VT2300LED 23-Inch 1920x1080p LED LCD HDTV with Built-in HDTV Tuner, Black
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Integrated digital ATSC (HDTV) and NTSC TV Tuners
- Edge lit LED backlight, SRS HD Audio with SPDIF output
- ATSC/QAM TV tuner, 3 HDMI ports, VGA and component video
- 1920x1080 resolution
Customers also shopped for
Special offers and product promotions
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
The VT2300 LED HDTV is the perfect multifunctional HDTV/ PC display for any room in the home or business. With its full HD1920x1080p native resolution panel is perfect for viewing HDTV video entertainment or working as your desktop PC display featuring the latest LED backlight technology. It versatile connectivity including 3 HDMI ports, VGA, HDTV tuner, and component video inputs make this multipurpose compatible will a wide range of CE and computer products. Enjoy the precision audio with its built in SRS TruSurround HD audio or connect to your favorite digital audio system with the SPDIF output. Easily mountable on the wall or custom integration with the VESA 100mm x100mm rear mounting feature.
From the Manufacturer
Full HD 1080p on this 23 inch TelevisionViewSonic’s 23" VT2300LED HDTV immerses you in the action with Full HD 1080p resolution delivering 100% of your HD signal for incredibly precise images. LED technology gives you sharper images – blacker blacks and brighter whites. Revel in the unparalleled definition and detail delivered by 8000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and the high brightness panel. Super-fast video response and advanced image processing ensure extreme clarity in all your HD entertainment.
Advanced image processing delivers clearer, crisper, sharper images
Advanced image processing eliminates noise, increases contrast and detail and optimizes color for rich, vibrant images. High-definition images look amazing and even standard television images are unbelievably smooth and sharp.
OptiSync® technology now features HDMI
Add versatility to your LCD TV with support for HDMI with high-definition content protection (HDCP) and analog (VGA) signals, plus component, S-video, composite, and TV/cable input.
Vivid graphics, clear text, stunning TV
Ultra-high brightness, dynamic contrast ratio of 8000:1, and 1920x1080 optimum PC resolution provide vibrant video and crisp data images in the living room or on the desktop.
Connect to all your peripherals
The integrated ATSC/NTSC/QAM tuner and multiple connectivity options including HDMI with HDCP give you all the inputs you need for game consoles, DVD and Blu-ray players and computers. Get maximum enjoyment in kids’ rooms, dens, kitchens or any room in your home with the beautifully styled, high-performance VT2300LED HDTV.
16:9 Full HD 1920x1080 resolution panel
Experience a new dimension in movie viewing and gaming with Full HD 1080p super resolution for the optimum richness and clarity in picture quality.
Mercury-free LED backlight
Uses less energy but produces more vivid colors – blacker blacks and brighter white.
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
The first one I received worked brilliantly for the first day, then I turned it on the 2nd morning and it just cycled through the channel list without actually stopping or showing anything. I was pretty disappointed but Amazon made it easy to return. I printed up my label, the UPS guy showed up with a second box, I gave him my return box, and I was up and running again in about a week. Not too bad I suppose.
One observation. I'm very supportive of Amazon wanting to be a green company but I really think that part of the reason my first TV had an issue is because they shipped the TV in the box it came in without any additional packaging. So it got to me relatively banged up. The second TV, still working after 2 weeks, came in a box with a hole punched in it. Not promising. The issue is that the box, as packaged is not sealed, it just has one of those foldy flap things in the center and if someone wanted to they could have easily gotten into the box and taken anything they wanted and there would have been zero evidence of tampering. Spend a couple bucks guys, put these things in TV's with some bubble packing and spare yourself the returns.
Picture. The picture on this TV is actually pretty impressive. Not as good as the 23" Samsung LEDTV that I was originally looking at but definitely a very good picture with vibrant, but not surreal colors. Straight out of the box the backlight is set at 50 percent and this is adequate for most rooms. I use it in a room with a substantial amount of light in the day so I have mine set at 60 percent and it is very viewable. Off axis viewing is acceptable from side to side and when viewed from above, when viewed from any kind of angle from below it's next to worthless. I had it on a stand on my desk originally and an angle of as little as 30 degrees and you get that picture fade that makes it look like you're looking through a polarizing filter. As long as you keep this in mind I think this TV is good for 90 percent of applications.
Sound: Sound quality is tinny and insufficient. I knew this going into this unit. I had a 2.0 set of computer speakers that I set up on either side of the TV, used the headphone output, and just cranked the volume on the computer speakers to max. I can use my remote to control the volume, no problem, and it sounds great.
Menus. Menus are typical not great. OSD is lacking and the type is much to small if you're any distance from the TV. I like to watch TV in bed when going to bed and you can't read the type letting you know what's on and there's no option to increase the size of the type. One thing that is really handy, since I don't have cable, is that when you hit the info button, it tells you the relative signal strength. One thing that is terrible, unlike most HDTV's, this TV has no program guide. The channel list provides just that, the channel list with station IDs. When you hit on info you can find out what you're watching, but there's no way to look ahead to see what's going to be on any of the channels that are programmed in. Even the old Sylvania ATSC tuner I bought 5 years ago has this ability. Poor choices Viewsonic. Channel changing takes a second or 2. Leads me to suspect that they put in a less powerful CPU to control this TV, but it gets the job done and aside from losing the signal it hasn't frozen up or played audio that was out of synch yet.
Remote is acceptable and does not need to be pointed directly at the TV. All the frequently used buttons are immediately available and it only took a day or so to know where all the functions I wanted were by feel. No complaints. Touch controls on the TV itself are relatively sensitive and I have had no issues thus far.
All in all I'd say that bang for your buck this is a very competent TV/monitor. There are very few choices in this size that have all of the features that this one does. Picture in picture would have been nice. I would have like putting TV in the upper corner of the screen while using the rest of the screen as a desktop extension, but that's a little much to expect for 250 bucks. the form factor is very nice and thin. Not a fan of the silver base but that's just my personal preference.
I would recommend this monitor based on the quality of the picture but realize that it has limitations. Neither of the 2 that I received from Amazon had dead pixels so that speaks to the quality of the screen manufacturing at least. A good choice for someone wanting the picture quality of an LED but not wanting to break the bank.
First let me say that this is a goog looking HDTV. It will catch the eye if standing on any desk. But in my honest opinion, it has two real defects that can be a deal breaker, so be aware.
Nice Looking TV
Very Light and thin.
Plenty of inputs and outputs for the everyday use.
VERY NICE AS A MONITOR (HDMI-DVI cable is the best choice)
Easy to use and set up (assembly and setting up took less than 5 minutes including analog and digital channels from my local cable company)
Space saver and versatile (I use it as a monitor for my bedroom desk and as TV at night)
First is the audio issue. This TV sounds like my grandfather's old transistor radio. There's no sign of low frecuencies and no matter how much tweaking you can do, you will end with a mid-hi tone that can be very annoying to some people like me. I hooked up a pair of good external speakers and problem solved!.
Then is the angle-of-view issue. Horizontal view is almost perfect, but there is a mild loss of if you change your vertical angle of vision. So every time I want to watch TV from a point lower than my desk (like the bed), I have to tilt it down a bit in order to get the details of darker scenes instead of shadows.
Start up time is around 5 seconds.
Nevertheless I'm happy with my purchase. 4 stars rating for HDTV and shipping speed, but full 5 stars as a monitor.
I have a Dell Vostro 1310 laptop (3years old) and I bought this as an external display to convert the laptop into a Desktop. Picture quality is awesome, I get full 1920x1080 resolution display just using a plain old VGA cable. Great sharpness of image, absolutely no picture flaws that I can see (and I'm not a person who has low standards).
I haven't tested the sound on it, but I wouldn't expect much since the speakers are on the back and look small. But the TV has a headphone jack and so one could buy their own set of speakers and plug it into the TV.
I haven't used this as a TV yet. (just got the product 5 days ago, and I need to get an antennae). But I guess there's ample reviews here saying it works great as a TV. Just wanted to write this review since someone gave a rather convincing sounding review that the product is no good as a Monitor, and that had gotten me worried but I decided to take a gamble and am happy that I did; Therefore I wanted to let others in a similar situation know that I bought this primarily to use as a monitor, and it works amazingly great as a monitor, in spite of whatever written here stating otherwise.
/matt (2011 August 5th)
===== Update August 7th, 2011 ======
Again I shouldn't have believed all those people here who're the kind that buy a toyota pick up truck to haul a 52 foot trailer. For the size of the TV, the speakers are great - provides good sound in my bedroom even when the sound it left at a fourth of as high as it can get. I should have tested the speakers before believing the reviews and ordering an external speaker set -- now I have to sell that off when it comes. But yes, contrary to what anyone else says, the sound is great.
Got a cheap antenna and tested the TV functionality out. HD channels look awesome on this TV. The older format channels look fine but not great; I guess it would be the case on any fullHD TV though - you're comparing that against the HD quality for one, and they don't have the resolution for your TV for the other.
On other fronts, the TV stand that comes with it doesn't allow rotation on the vertical axes, but allows rotation on the horizontal axes - which is fine since you could just reposition the whole thing if you wanted to rotate on the vertical axes. I was really worried since I need a TV that can be tilted up/forward and down/backward since i need it primarily as a monitor - so happy on that front too. Assembly and use was a cakewalk, really happy about how user-friendly this is. I also liked the options on the remote.
It also has a cool feature that if it's on computer input, and if I turn off the computer, the TV would turn off after 10 seconds. While this is expected, the cool thing is that, when I next turn on the computer, I don't have to turn on the TV again, it will sense the computer input becoming active and turn itself on. So basically great for a power-conscious but lazy person.
Most recent customer reviews
I bought this TV from Amazon three years ago and it has been an OK TV until last month it went dead.Read more