Released April, 2011
The Pros:Uses passive 3D glasses - not the bulky ones that require batteries. Good Internet app integration - supports all of the major online streaming services. Built-in Wi-Fi - no need to purchase an expensive USB adapter.
The Cons:Poor sounding built-in speakers. Glossy bezel/stand - picks up fingerprints and dust. Lacks some of the manufacturer's higher end features like picture-in-picture and Smooth Motion.
The Vizio E3D320VX is a low-cost 3D TV. The low cost of the E3D320VX is the chief factor emphasized in promotion. To keep the price down, this HDTV lacks features like picture-in-picture and Smooth Motion.
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Though it plays 2D content in 1080p, the E3D320VX is not capable of playing 3D in full HD. Two pairs of active 3D glasses come with this HDTV. The thirty-seven inch display has a 200,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, which helps to ensure deep blacks and bright whites. Though they share most specs, this model is a step down from the next-in-line E3D420VX model in that the E3D420VX has a forty-two inch display, as well as a higher refresh rate (120Hz as opposed to the E3D320VX's 60Hz refresh).
- 37" display
- CCFL backlighting
- 1.06 billion colors
- Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 200,000:1
- Refresh Rate: 60Hz
- Response Time: 5ms
- Viewable Angle (horizontal/vertical): 178 degrees
- SRS StudioSound
- SRS TruSurround HD
- SRS TruVolume
- Channels/Speaker Output: 2 x 10W
- 3 HDMI w/ HDCP (two on rear, one on side)
- Component input
- Composite input
- Computer RGB input
- Stereo Audio 3.5mm jack
- RF Connector for Internal Tuner
- Ethernet port
- 2 USB 2.0 ports
- Optical Digital Out (SPDIF)
- Analog Audio Out
User Reviews (3)
uses passive 3D glasses - not the bulky ones that require batteries
good Internet app integration - supports all of the major online streaming services
built-in Wi-Fi - no need to purchase an expensive USB adapter
thin and lightweight - great for wall mounting
poor sounding built-in speakers
glossy bezel/stand - picks up fingerprints and dust
lacks some of the manufacturer's higher end features like picture-in-picture and Smooth Motion
not capable of 3D playback in Full HD
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