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.
The E320VP didn't fare too well in our color temperature error testing, showing a notable cooling in color temperature along most of the range of signal intensity. More on how we test color temperature.
Here we ran into an odd result, as the RGB curves appear to peak early. Usually this is indicative of a calibration error, but then we noticed that the lines don't actually peak, but in fact they just change their slope drastically towards the brightest end of the spectrum. While that's good news for us in the lab, it's bad news for owners of the E320VP, as it means that they are liable to see a loss of differentiation between the brightest reds, blues, and greens. In addition, you may notice some color banding in gradients or shadows. More on how we test RGB curves.
Below are linear representations of the Vizio E320VP's individual RGB curves and that of the ideal response and the other comparison models. Be sure to take note of any color banding in the strips, as it shows you color values that the corresponding TV is incapable of displaying.
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