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Vizio E322AR 32-Inch 60 Hz Class LCD HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps – Black



Vizio E322AR 32-Inch 60 Hz Class LCD HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps – Black

  • VIZIO Internet Apps with built-in WiFi
  • 100,000 to 1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  • SRS StudioSound HD
  • USB multimedia – video, music, photos
  • Ambient Light Sensing technology

VIZIO’s 32″ Class LCD HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps puts the best of the web right on your TV, giving you instant access to VUDU, Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora, Facebook, Twitter and more with built-in WiFi for easy set-up. Its ambient light sensing technology ensures a perfectly-balanced picture that’s never washed out or too bright. SRS StudioSound HD supplies advanced virtual surround sound, while three HDMI ports accommodate your home theater setup, Blu-ray Player and cable or satellite TV to

List Price: $ 299.99

Price: $ 298.00

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3 responses to “Vizio E322AR 32-Inch 60 Hz Class LCD HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps – Black”

  1. The P says:
    19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Vizio E322AR, June 4, 2012
    By 
    The P

    This review is from: Vizio E322AR 32-Inch 60 Hz Class LCD HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps – Black (Electronics)

    PROS:
    Just bought this TV the other night and setup was easy, from a hardware point of view. Electronically connected to my DTV box and my home network with little effort, albeit, the remote was a bit touchy.
    Picture is what I would expect from a 720p unit of this size, clear and precise, good blacks with no artifacts visible.
    Sound is good with the surround turned on (from a surround broadcast channel).
    All-in-all, a great TV for the price, didn’t really think I was going to find a “smart” tv in this 32″ range with as many pre-loaded apps as this one has.
    If you’re looking for a smaller (32″) unit that will preform well in a bright light room, that can be seen from almost any angle, look at this model from Vizio.

    CONS:
    setup requires you to input some things with alpha-numeric characters and the remote only has numeric . . . keyboard is supplied on screen but navigates slowly until you get the hang of it.
    I had to use a Samsung code for my DTV remote to interface with this TV, the Vizio codes didn’t work (probably too new for DTV to even know about it yet). Not Vizio’s fault, a Directv issue.

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  2. Tastinient says:
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    1 month update – buggy tv – downgraded to 3 stars, June 5, 2012
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    Tastinient (Arlington, VA United States) –

    This review is from: Vizio E322AR 32-Inch 60 Hz Class LCD HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps – Black (Electronics)

    1 MONTH UPDATE – I’m downgrading to 3 stars from 4. Frankly the TV is buggy for my tastes. The latest thing that displeased me is I could not get audio from my laptop to run through the TV speakers (PC audio in). So if you want to use this as a computer monitor, it’s a major compromise. Driver updates didn’t work, trying HDMI audio didn’t work, and I did a store exchange and the replacement didn’t work either. Finally, Vizio tech support essentially blamed my computer (even though I’ve had no problems getting sound when I hook it up to other TVs. If someone here has solved this, and can leave a comment or tip, I’ll gladly revoke the downgrade.)

    Here’s my original review, which noted some other bugs.

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    I’ve owned several HDTVs and I think this TV has some strengths, but some bugs and weaknesses.

    PRO
    -Price is great for a web enabled TV
    -Quickly found my wifi network
    -Apps store is nice, lots of free choices. Weather, news, radio, Facebook, Twitter etc
    -Picks up channels via antenna as well as my name brand TVs do
    -Light and small profile for its size makes it a nice choice for small rooms
    -Use some apps (like weather and news) while watching TV. MULTITASKERS rejoice! (I might have given the TV 3 stars instead of 4 until it exceeded my expectations here)
    -Customer service was easy to reach.

    CON
    -Remote clashes with LG TV and my Altec Lansing mini stereo, they seem to share some but not all remote functions
    -Some apps are buggy, lock up
    -Sound is good but not great, with some menu tweaks it improves
    -Menu system not very intuitive and kind of clunky
    -Small remote buttons
    -Viewing quality at side angles diminishes
    -Not a thin set, light and small footprint but chunky in back
    -USB flash drive appears to have an 8gb max. Wasn’t mentioned in manual.
    -A little slow to power up, and then more lag time to connect to the web
    -App limit – you can only load a maximum of about 15 apps.
    -I’m having trouble getting audio to the TV from a PC. Customer service not much help.

    I put this TV in my kitchen, which I think is about the right place for it. I think I’ll enjoy the option to play music and news with the apps, check Facebook and stream video, and to pull up news headlines and weather info while I wait for water to boil or during commercials etc. Picture and sound are good for a budget TV and I hope to get better views with some more tweaking. However, I don’t think I’d want to use this as my primary TV because of some of the compromises listed above.

    So far, I prefer turning the surround sound off, but setting the speakers to “Rock” mode to amplify the bass a bit. I find the video looks best in “vivid” mode in my brightly lit room.

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  3. craig paul says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV Great Price but…., June 13, 2012
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    Great TV. Internet apps are a nice feauture for the $500 price tag. The TV is a little slow starting up but not a deal breaker.
    There is NO composite input on the TV, seems odd. While most components do not use use crappy composite video anymore, my kids GameCube does so it cannot be played on this TV. Kind of a downer there.

    Either way, good TV at a good price.

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