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Walmart Black Friday: 60" Vizio D60N-E3 1080p HDTV for $398.00

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Walmart [walmart.com] has 60" Vizio D60N-E3 1080p HDTV for $398.00

Black Friday deals start 11/24 online and in-store 11/24 6PM, see ad for details.

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Category: LED TVs, HDTV
Brands: Vizio
Available: Online and In-Store
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Curious what other peoples opinions of this TV are. It is a good price and ive always liked Vizio
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I have emailed Vizio regarding this TV. Can't really find anything on the model number. Probably just a TV made for BF, but if I can get any information I will post it.
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I have emailed Vizio regarding this TV. Can't really find anything on the model number. Probably just a TV made for BF, but if I can get any information I will post it.
Any luck with a response?
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Crap I forgot lol here is their email:

This is a 60" 1080p non-smartTV. The effective refresh rate is 60 Hz. The dynamic contrast ratio is 200k: 1. The number of colors is 1.07 Billion. This model has 2 HDMI ports, 1 Component/AV port, 1 coaxial port, 1 USB, 1 Analog Audio Out, and 1 Optical Audio Out. It has two 10W speakers. The dimensions with stand are 53.3" x 33.5" x 11.0" and without the stand 53.3" x 31.0" x 2.5". The weight with stand is 44.09 lbs, and without stand 43.21 Lbs.

Not a very good deal, but I guess for 400 it's not the worst deal out there.
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Crap I forgot lol here is their email:

This is a 60" 1080p non-smartTV. The effective refresh rate is 60 Hz. The dynamic contrast ratio is 200k: 1. The number of colors is 1.07 Billion. This model has 2 HDMI ports, 1 Component/AV port, 1 coaxial port, 1 USB, 1 Analog Audio Out, and 1 Optical Audio Out. It has two 10W speakers. The dimensions with stand are 53.3" x 33.5" x 11.0" and without the stand 53.3" x 31.0" x 2.5". The weight with stand is 44.09 lbs, and without stand 43.21 Lbs.

Not a very good deal, but I guess for 400 it's not the worst deal out there.
Thanks for your research and call with Vizio.
With such specification ( D-series, non-smart, 2 HDMI, 60Hz) I don't think it is a good buy. Better to jump on with other TVs in similar price though little smaller.
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Thanks for your research and call with Vizio.
With such specification ( D-series, non-smart, 2 HDMI, 60Hz) I don't think it is a good buy. Better to jump on with other TVs in similar price though little smaller.
that's what I thought. I was hoping it would be better though
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I happen to like the fact it is only HD (not 4K), don't need more than one HDMI port, and 60Hz is fine. There aren't any comparable TVs in this price and size I've seen. 65" would be better, but they are all 4K.
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