Vizio E320VP LED LCD HDTV Review
Won't thrill you or give you many nasty surprises, but gives exactly what you'd expect from a TV in its class.
Even though the Vizio E320VP has two 10-watt speakers, we were surprised at how bad the sound quality was. For reference, if you played the same audio file through the speakers of the E320VP and a set of very dated PC speakers, you would probably decide to use the PC speakers when using the Vizio instead of those installed in the E320VP.
The menus themselves aren't too confusing or frustrating, but sometimes it can be a pain dealing with greyed-out menu options. Overall though, the basic layout is actually a plus for us, as it means we know exactly where everything is going to be without too much guesswork.
The submenus emulate the look of the parent menus, following the same format and layout, depending on what submenu it is. For reasons we can't really determine, there is an equalizer submenu that alters the audio performance of the painfully tinny speakers slightly. This probably could have been omitted.
The instruction manual for the Vizio E320VP is very forgettable, with its ill-executed table of contents and awkward layout. On the whole, it contains most of the information you'd need, but it is definitely a chore to access it.
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