VIZIO E400i-B2 40-Inch 1080p Smart LED HDTV
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Introducing the all-new 2014 E-Series 40" (40.00" diag.) Full-Array LED Smart TV with an ultra-narrow 10mm frame, crystal-clear LED-lit picture, and a faster, easier-to-use Smart TV experience. With b
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Also want to make note, the screws were extremely difficult to get into the proper holes. I had to borrow my neighbors screwdrivers which had a rotational handle that locks so you could get more pressure on it because the screws were extremely difficult to screw down. I know I didn't strip the screws, but that it was just extremely difficult to screw it completely down to the surface. I know it seems petty, but I would take off one star in the rating because of this. I understand the TV Stand has to be tightly secured, but the difficulty in getting all 5 screws was too much. My neighbor has a samsung 60 inch on a TV Stand that he told me didn't have issues screwing in tightly as much as he saw me with this TV. In the end I took out the screws twice to start over to make sure I didnt strip them and the TV is setup nice now.
For the size and quality of this TV by Vizio, this TV is definitely worth the current price.
I found myself quickly going to this more and more for gaming (moved PS4 to the Vizio, left the PS3 on the projector) because the projector needs a near dark room.
I love this Vizio so far (about 2 months) - this is my first Vizio and my expectations were curbed because I've read mixed reviews about the brand in general, people love em, people hate em - I didn't think it was going to be as good as it actually is!
The 40 inches of screen seem bigger because of the tiny bezel, which rocks! The face of the hdtv is 99% screen 1% bezel, and I love that.
I tested out the Smart TV stuff, works great - easy to set up. I use amazon, youtube, and a few other random apps... one disapointment is that Sportstacular (yahoo! sport app) is horrible, it doesn't even show majority of sports scores, no highlights, nothing really... just a few leagues like MLB, NFL, not even college NCAA sports (I'm pretty sure) - which is a disappointment. Anyways, that's my only gripe.
The HDTV looks beautiful for a 40" under $400... worth every penny. Does 1080p, great viewing angles, the black levels are pretty amazing for an LED, the colors look relatively accurate and screen can be bumped up to be pretty darn bright. Once it's fully broken in, I plan on calibrating it. There are LOTS of options for anyone who plans on creating the ideal viewing settings for your room. The preset settings are pretty darn good too - so I don't mind using those for now, but I know this hdtv has even more potential that I haven't even tapped into yet!
Last thing, this is hooked up to basic cable (PS4 via HDMI & Surround sound via Optical cable on HDTV) - no cabel box, and the SD & HD channels both look pretty good - I have options to make the screen wide, regular, box, 16:9, stretch, etc... or even Auto, so you can just click away through channels without having to mess with the ratios - and, the remote which comes with the hdtv is solid, nice click feel (semi annoying noise, if you're watching with someone "clicker happy"), with a nice button layout.
40" HDTV with minimal bezel,
good viewing angles, colors/black levels, and brightness,
lots of settings for tweaking to your room conditions,
SD & HD both are looking good,
smart tv stuff is easy to set up & fully functional,
...and all of this for under $400 --- If you're looking for a sub $400 - 40" hdtv, pick this one and you'll be happy with it as long as you're not expecting a $1000 quality hdtv. You get what you pay for, but in the case of this HDTV, you get a $400 that performs above it's price range!