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Treats streaming video apps as a separate input.
Supports Bluetooth remote and other peripherals.
Inky, deep blacks.
QWERTY keyboard remote control.
Robust internet app suite.
Excellent viewing angles.
Solid image quality.
Lots of connectivity, including WiFi.
Very low power consumption.
Less expensive than other local dimming LED-based LCDs.
Remote control is a bit too big and thick.
Surround sound lacks depth.
No YouTube or Hulu Plus.
Can't hide/minimize menus during video calibration.
Minor software glitches, such as no signal "Info" during HDMI viewing.
Requires firmware update to play media on USB drive.
Some LED blooming.
Slightly noisy SD picture.
Picture settings can only be adjusted via remote.
By Home Theater Review on January 17, 2011
The Vizio XVT473SV is definitely one of the best deals in town for a higher-performing LCD that uses a full-array LED backlight system with local dimming. This TV reveals both the advantages and disadvantages of that technology--i.e. great overall...90
By PCWorld on December 22, 2010
Though the Vizio XVT3SV series aren't the best HDTVs we've seen, they're consistently above average....80
By Big Picture Big Sound on December 08, 2010
VIZIO has come a long way and the proof lies in the XVT473SV. You could easily see a display manufacturer cramming this much technology into a display - internet apps, integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, a keyboard-equipped remote - and then failing to...88
By Home Theater on November 08, 2010
The Vizio’s black-level performance falls just short of what the best—and more expensive—local-dimming sets have achieved. But the Vizio’s black level and shadow detail are nevertheless so good that I can’t imagine any...-
By ConsumerSearch on November 01, 2010
The 55-inch XVT5553SV upholds Vizio's reputation for producing TVs with great value. But that's not what really impresses most critics. Instead, it's the terrific picture quality -- easily competitive with even the best LCD TVs -- and great...-
By TechReviewSource on October 29, 2010
The Vizio XVT423SV 42-inch LCD offers 1080p high-definition resolution, a 240Hz refresh rate, 5 millisecond response time, built-in Wi-Fi, and many connectivity options. Good picture quality gives this TV a leg up against the competition, but...70
By PCWorld on October 26, 2010
The Vizio XVT553SV delivers solid image quality and a good collection of Internet features at an outstanding price....70
By HDTV Solutions on October 20, 2010
VIZIO has stuffed a bundle of compelling features into the 32" LED edge-lit XVT323SV. With top notch picture quality, this 1080p HDTV would be ideal in the bedroom or a home...80
By PC Mag on September 14, 2010
Vizio's 55-inch XVT553SV LED HDTV delivers big-screen goodness and a strong feature set at a very reasonable price....80
By G4tv.com on August 24, 2010
Video Review: With a 10 million:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 240 Hz smooth motion and built in wireless, the Vizio 55" TrueLED HDTV offers a solid television viewing experience. Chris Hardwick and Kevin Pereira review this TV and its slide-out keyboard...80