Review: Vizio VX32L HDTV
If you're looking for a quality HDTV at a good price, then Vizio seems to be the brand to look at these days. CNET has a review of one of Vizio's latest HDTV entries, the Vizio VX32L. The review starts out:
Vizio's VX32L HDTV may not be the least-expensive 32-inch flat-panel LCD on the market, but it's still quite affordable. Unlike most bargain-basement LCDs, however, this model provides a well-rounded feature set, including two HDMI inputs and a PC input along with plenty of picture controls. Those features, combined with perfectly acceptable picture quality, earn the VX32L HDTV our commendation as one of the best values at this screen size.
The review also states:
All things considered, the Vizio VX32L HDTV delivered a perfectly decent picture, and in some areas exceeded our expectations at this price point. The smallest HDTV size we're currently reviewing is 32 inches, and we don't expect many users to demand the ultimate in home theater picture quality from this kind of set. Nonetheless, we put it through our standard battery of tests, and the results were mostly good.
Overall the review is pretty positive although they only rated the TV 6.6 out of 10. Still if you're looking for a decent HDTV under $1000 you'll want to check out the Vizio VX32L HDTV.
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Posted by William Hungerford at February 9, 2007 10:03 AM