a bit more from cNet.. but yes, 2.5 outta 5... OK at best
The good: The Vizio E2VLE delivers plenty of features for the price, including a 120Hz refresh rate, Smart TV and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity. Its streaming video and audio selection is excellent. It evinced accurate colors and its matte screen helps picture fidelity in bright rooms.
The bad: Compared with other budget TVs the 32VLE showed even lighter black levels, and it failed to properly handle 1080p/24 sources. Its Smart TV interface can seem dated, as can its styling, even for a non-LED-based LCD TV.
The bottom line: The Vizio E2VLE series may appeal to budget shoppers who just want Smart TV, but subpar picture quality hurts its chances against the tough competition.
This is back in stock at Dell Home and there is 10% cash back bonus($65) using Discover Card right now. Makes the final cost with tax about $635 w/ Free Shipping depending on the tax rate where you live.
Why not just run it through your sound system first, then to your TV?
My problem is that I don't have enough HDMI inputs on my sound system. I have quite a few on the TV. So once I hit that limit, I've had to run HDMI to the TV without digital optical output run over to my sound system. Then I use my Logitech remote to switch everything to the right input/output settings.
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