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VIZIO M3D650SV 3D Smart LED LCD HDTV Review

65 in.

A large LED LCD that comes equipped with smart functionality and 3D technology.

July 02, 2012
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Introduction

VIZIO's M-Series comes in one screen size: 65 inches. The M3D650SV, at an MSRP of $2199, is a large LED LCD that comes equipped with smart functionality and 3D technology. It ships with 4 free pairs of passive 3D glasses, and for its size and features, is probably most comparable to Panasonic's 65-inch VT50, though the VIZIO is radically cheaper.

Considering its price, the M3D650SV is a decent deal. VIZIO's 3D technology, as well as their smart platform, are both less rewarding than the parallel features found on Panasonic's VT50, but its core performance--color, contrast, as well as audio--are very good.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Design
  3. Tour & Design
  4. Connectivity
  5. Performance
  6. Picture Quality
  7. Screen Performance
  8. Audio
  9. Power Consumption
  10. Calibration
  11. 3D
  12. 3D Effect
  13. Software & Internet
  14. Apps & Internet Features
  15. Software & Interface
  16. Conclusion
  17. Photo Gallery
  18. Ratings & Specs
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