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June 6, 2006

VIZIO Announces Breakthrough Father's Day Prices on HD Plasmas and LCD TV

Looking for a new and cool TV for Dad but you haven't won the lottery yet? Well, VIZIO has announced some great deals on a cool line of Plasma TVs. According to their press release:

VIZIO ANNOUNCES BREAKTHROUGH FATHER'S DAY PRICES ON HD PLASMAS AND LCD TV
  • Award Winning 50" Plasma Hits $1,999 Price Point
  • VIZIO 42" Plasma Hits $1,499 Every-Day Price Point
  • 32" LCD Leads with Super-Value $899 HDTV
  • VIZIO is now the Fastest Growing Plasma Brand

Here's a peek at those TVs:

VIZIO 50" Plasma


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The VIZIO P50HDM employs 1366 x 768 native resolution, 1,000 cd/m2 brightness and Faroudja DCDi motion-adaptive de-interlacing to deliver vibrant, rich images in 231 billion different colors. The P50HDM's video processor features Single Scan Technology for a 10,000:1 contrast ratio, reduced solarization and false contouring-along with improved sharpness, non-linear chroma enhancement, closed color suppression, non-linear scaling and adaptive contrast/color controls. It's array of video connections includes two dedicated HDMI inputs, a VGA-type PC input and two component video inputs. It also comes with built-in speakers, stand and universal IR remote and is protected with one-year in-home warranty.

Compare Prices at Amazon: VIZIO P50HDM

The VIZIO 42" Plasma HDTV


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The VIZIO P42HDTV takes on the attractive piano-black styling and built-in silver speakers of the P50HDM plasma TV. The 1024 x 768 native resolution widescreen boasts the latest-generation glass with Single Scan Technology for a 10,000:1 contrast ratio, high 1200 cd/m2 brightness and 30 bit, 231 billion colors. Its advanced video processor produces reduced solarization and false contouring while offering sharpness improvement, non-linear chroma enhancement, closed color suppression, non-linear scaling, and adaptive contrast and color controls. The 42" VIZIO features dual tuners, including ATSC off air, clear QAM digital cable and NTSC tuners. It offers PIP/POP, 3:2 pulldown, 3D-comb filter and motion-adaptive de-interlacer. Video connections include two component, HDMI and VGA-type PC (up to 1280 x 1024) inputs along with multiple video settings. It comes with easy-to-setup guide, a universal IR remote control, and a one-year in-home service warranty.

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The VIZIO 32" LCD HDTV


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The "super-value" VIZIO L32HDTV LCD offers high definition 1366 x 768 native resolution with fast 8 ms response time plus dual tuners including ATSC off air, clear QAM digital cable and NTSC. It comes with built-in speakers and a universal IR remote control while offering PIP/POP, 3:2 pulldown, 3D-comb filter and motion-adaptive de-interlacer. The component, VGA-type PC and HDMI video inputs along with multiple video settings ensure that it will be in high demand by the entire family. The 32" LCD also comes with an easy-to-setup guide and a one-year in-home service warranty.

Compare Prices at Amazon: VIZIO P32HDTV LCD

Sweet! Those are definitely some pretty nice price points for Plasma and LCD TVs. We've heard some good things about VIZIO TVs and we'll see about getting a a review unit so we can share our opinions with you. If you have any feedback on VIZIO TVs, please share with us in the comments section.

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Posted by William Hungerford at June 6, 2006 12:15 PM

Recent Comments

I should have been clued in when we we didn't get a return email from tech support when we couldn't figure out their crappy instruction manual. But now after only having it for 3 months the remote control and the buttons on the TV don't work to control the volume or turn the stupid thing off. How handy is that? And when we called to see what to do they said to hold the power down for 10 seconds and if that does work, take out the batteries and push every button on the remote twice each. That didn't work either. Look, I'm not the technician, here. You'd think in this age of blogoshere's, they'd just send a new remote. Frickons idiots - oh, that would be us for buying it!


Posted by: Mile High at July 18, 2007 12:23 AM

Looking for 60" plasma or lcd tv,you have anything


Posted by: Sam Briggs at November 9, 2006 1:45 AM
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