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Good 3D support and image quality.
Bluetooth keyboard remote.
Dual band WiFi support.
Very good SD and HD image quality.
Good black levels and 3D depth.
Generous port selection.
Bundled Bluetooth remote control with QWERTY keyboard.
Four pairs of lightweight 3D glasses included.
Additional pairs are inexpensive.
Accurate color in bright areas.
Passive 3D image brighter than active 3D TVs and showed less crosstalk than 3D LCDs.
Not many ports.
Audio quality is mediocre.
No USB multimedia playback support as shipped.
Smearing in fast motion.
Relatively light black levels.
Poor screen uniformity and off-angle viewing.
Glossy screen reflects ambient light.
Black areas tinged blue.
Couldn't handle 1080p/24 content properly.
By AVguide on September 14, 2011
Last year, Vizio’s earliest 3DTV models dabbled a bit with active-shutter 3D glasses technology, but the firm has quickly dropped that format in favor of passive polarized 3D and now offer passive 3D HDTVs in screen sizes from 32” up to the...100
By Home Theater on May 19, 2011
The Vizio XVT3D650SV has a lot to offer as a 2D set. It’s bright and detailed, with good color, impressive black levels, and fine video processing. Its flaws—no set, after all, is perfect—are minor and easy to ignore. The Vizio did...-
By PCWorld on April 30, 2011
Vizio's giant LED-backlit set bundles generally good image quality with solid connected TV features and 3D support at a reasonable price; multimedia playback is promised via a firmware upgrade....80
By HDTV Solutions on March 23, 2011
The edge-lit LED XVT3D650SV is one of the first passive 3D TVs to enter the market. And this 65" VIZIO, with it solid 2D and 3D picture quality, has successfully proved the merits of this technology. If you are looking for a really, really large 3D...90
By PC Mag on March 11, 2011
The first passive 3D HDTV, Vizio's 65-inch XVT3D650SV delivers theater-like 3D on a big screen, and includes four sets of 3D glasses, five HDMI ports, and a generous catalog of Internet apps....80
By cnet on February 16, 2011
The well-equipped Vizio XVT3D650SV is the first passive 3D TV and provides an intriguing alternative to active 3D models, but subpar 2D picture quality hurts its...64
By Betabuzz on March 15, 2011
Heimkino-Profis haben ein neues Objekt der Begierde: Der Vizio XVT3D650SV setzt die Messlatte für XXL-Fernseher ein Stück höher. Obwohl der Hersteller in Europa weitgehend unbekannt ist, weiß das Gerät mit einer hervorragenden...63