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VIZIO E32-D1 32" Google Cast 1080p TV + $100 Dell Gift Card $199.99 w/ FS @ Dell

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$199.99 w/ free shipping

Includes $100 Dell eGift Card (added in cart)

Specs
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (effective); 240 Clear Action
  • Contrast Ratio: 200000:1
  • Viewing Angles: 178? H / 178? V
  • Google Cast-Ready, Wi-Fi
    • Inputs
      • 2x HDMI
      • 1x USB
      • 1x Component
      • 1x Network LAN
      • 1x Optical Audio Output
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I wonder if the Google Cast feature will work on 5ghz networks like Chromecast 2.0 does...I don't see it anywhere in the specifications.
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Quote from stanlee.steemer View Post :
I wonder if the Google Cast feature will work on 5ghz networks like Chromecast 2.0 does...I don't see it anywhere in the specifications.

Should be good to go according to the manual. Don't own this one myself, but see built-in Wi-Fi 802.11ac, so it should be dual band. Can use search term on the manual ("Wireless-AC"): https://cdn.vizio.com/documents/e...-e32d1.pdf Smilie
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Quote from swiftshinobi View Post :
Anyone know how this compares to the Dell here?

http://slickdeals.net/f/9014855-samsung-un32j5205-32-inch-1080p-smart-led-tv-100-dell-egc-229-99?v=1
Personally, I would pay the $30 extra bucks and get the other deal because Vizio's quality control on their electronics didn't work for me. I had 3 devices from Vizio, a TV, a sound bar, and a tablet. They all had various issues due to poor quality control or design flaws.
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Last edited by MPoWeRM3 August 19, 2016 at 12:43 PM
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Quote from MPoWeRM3 View Post :
Personally, I would pay the $30 extra bucks and get the other deal because Vizio's quality control on their electronics didn't work for me. I had 3 devices from Vizio, a TV, a sound bar, and a tablet. They all had various issues due to poor quality control or design flaws.
I have had 4 Visio TV's and couldn't disagree more. All have been the best TV's I've ever had
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TV now $219 with no gift card
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I have had 4 Visio TV's and couldn't disagree more. All have been the best TV's I've ever had
Overall, I will agree wholeheartedly.

Out of the several I have owned, the only Vizio product I have had fail was a 70" model that apparently had a known factory defect. That said, the TV only failed after 3 years of heavy use by my inlaws (10+ hours a day), was outside of warranty (by 2 years), but because it was a known defect, Vizio still agreed to completely cover the TV under warranty and sent me a brand new 70" TV (not refurb) free of charge, including the delivery charge both ways (and the delivery company came in, unpacked it, set it up, and repacked the old one in the box).

In this day and age, I see a lot of electronics that don't even make it to 3 years (even though they should), but to have the company still agree to cover it under warranty after 3 years and even cover freight and installation charges is simply unheard of.


This is as opposed to one of my other past TV's, which was a Toshiba DLP that had one of the known flawed DMD devices that started failing early and having dozens of stuck pixels -- which most manufacturers who used that DMD apparently warranted without question -- Toshiba warranty support, whom I did call, conversely said what essentially amounted to "we switched all production to LCD last year and don't care about the DLP you purchased anymore, so tough luck sucker" (paraphrasing).


Essentially, Vizio has earned a LOT of goodwill and future purchases from me with their actions and Toshiba has done the exact opposite.

So, personally, I have no problem recommending Vizio wholeheartedly -- and strongly recommend avoiding Toshiba due to their corporate attitude, regardless of whether or not they make a good product (don't know; don't care).
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