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VIZIO E472VLE 47-Inch 120Hz Class LCD HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps (Black)

VIZIO E472VLE 47-Inch 120Hz Class LCD HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps (Black)
VIZIO E472VLE 47-Inch 120Hz Class LCD HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps (Black)


Product Added : February 14th, 2013
Category : LCD TV

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VIZIO E472VLE 47-Inch 120Hz Class LCD HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps (Black)


VIZIO E472VLE 47-Inch 120Hz Class LCD HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps (Black)

VIZIO’s 47″ Class LCD HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps puts the best of the web right on your TV, giving you instant access to VUDU, Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora, Facebook, Twitter and more. With built-in Wi-Fi for easy set-up, this HDTV also boasts 1080p Full HD and 120Hz refresh rate for a superior picture at an amazing value. Its ambient light sensing technology ensures a perfectly-balanced picture that’s never washed out or too bright.Connections – Inputs HDMI: 4 (3 rear, 1 side) Component: 1 (rear) Composite: 1 (shared with component input) PC: 1 VGA (rear); DVI via HDMI RF Antenna: 1 (rear) Ethernet: 1 (rear) USB Ports: 2 (side).

  • VIZIO Internet Apps
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • 120Hz refresh rate
  • 1080p Full HD
  • TV without stand (Width x Height x Depth): 44.7” x 30” x 10.5”, TV with stand (Width x Height x Depth): 44.7” x 28.4” x 3.7”

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  1. 59 of 60 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy set up, good price, needs more robust remote, May 27, 2012
    By 
    Charles L. Vogel “Larry” (Seattle, WA USA) –
    This review is from: VIZIO E472VLE 47-Inch 120Hz Class LCD HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps (Black) (Electronics)

    I purchased this last week. I was impressed with the price considering the features, specifically the built-in apps and wireless connectivity. Set up was a breeze. I had it up and running within 30 minutes. Fantastic picture, good sound, a big step up from my 5 year old Sony Bravia. It’s close to my router, so I wired it in and am not using the wireless, so I can’t comment on that. There’s only two downsides, and these are minor. One is the remote. A qwerty keyboard would have been nice, but as it it you need to navigate through an onscreen keyboard with directional keys. This is big issue during setup…getting in passwords for Netflix, etc…but I don’t imagine it will be a big deal for everyday use. Another is that the out-of-the-box built-in apps don’t include Pandora. To get it, I had to sign up for a Yahoo account (yeah, I’m probably one of the last people in the world without a Yahoo account), then sign up for their app library, and download the app to the TV from there. Again, kind of a pain and not particularly intuitive, but once set up is done, it’s no longer an issue. So thanks, Vizio for a great product, but give us a more robust remote and include Pandora in the built-in apps and you’ll get 5 stars.

    Added three weeks later: OK, now I’ve lived with this TV for a while. I’ve also learned two reasons why Vizio was able to reach such a low price point with it: 1) the backlight is fluorescent (CCFL) rather than LED, 2) the limited feature remote. I learned this after visiting Costco and seeing another Vizio model (M470SL) that at first glance looks identical to this product but is priced $120 higher. They were side-by-side, and try as I might I could see no difference in picture quality…both were excellent to my eye. Upon closer inspection, I found the only differences to be the backlight (LED rather than CCFL) and a full-featured remote (I couldn’t get the remote out of the box, but it appears to have a qwerty keyboard, which would be great for someone who uses the TV to access internet apps like Facebook, etc). The LED model is thinner and probably more modern-looking to some. If you’re really interested, google “ccfl vs led tv” and learn how much of this is marketing hype and how much makes a meaningful difference to the end user (that would be you).

    I also noted that the reviewers at CNET complained that this model (E472VLE) does not render blacks very well, and rated it low for picture quality. I don’t know what they were looking at, but the picture looks great to me. Comparing side-by-side in the store with more expensive models from other manufacturers, I could see no appreciable difference. And as noted above, it appears identical to the Vizio M470SL (to my eyes), that CNET seems to like better. The specs actually show a brighter picture (measured in nits, whatever they are) for the CCFL model.

    I don’t use the TV for internet work…I use my computer for that…so I’m fine with a less robust remote. The only time it bothered me was during setup when I had to enter a bunch of passwords. Fluorescent backlight means it will use a few bucks more worth of electricity per year (at my utility’s rates it’s about $6 per year), but picture quality (to me) is indistinguishable from the more expensive LED backlight. I’ve also read some other reviews where customers have complained that the LED backlight failed after a few months. So for me, I’m sticking with the model I have.

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  2. 19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good budget HDTV, June 14, 2012
    By 
    Larry (Boise, ID) –
    This review is from: VIZIO E472VLE 47-Inch 120Hz Class LCD HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps (Black) (Electronics)

    After a week with this TV, I’ve decided that I’m glad that I resisted the urge to buy a more state-of-the-art, and more expensive, model. This meets all of my needs, plus adds some nice to have features that I didn’t think I would get for this price.

    The most important thing, of course, is the picture. I am very pleased with it. For example, I watched the OTA broadcast of the first game of the NBA finals, and the picture was as good as anything I’ve seen with the demo loops they show at the stores. Also, I’m pleasantly surprised that OTA SD content looks good, too. I’ve seen some other TVs at friends houses that do a poor job on SD content. It also does well with DVDs, and other non-HD content, such as things I have encoded over the years.

    The picture is incredibly sharp and detailed with an Xbox 360. If there are any image blurring issues in games, they are beyond my eyesight.

    This TV also has a very good viewing angle. I don’t notice much of a drop-off of image quality, even when sitting almost completely to the side of the screen.

    The speakers are another plus. Not spectacular, but plenty loud enough to fill the room, and of good fidelity.

    Another reviewer criticised the remote. I agree with that. It is of the “lots of tiny buttons” category, and not as responsive as I would like. But after programming the TiVo remote for the TV, I rarely use it, anyway.

    The various setup/tweaking menus could have been done better. For one thing, I don’t understand why, on a 1080p-capable screen, the text of some items is almost unreadable. Thankfully, there’s not much setup to be done, and for the most part, I’m too lazy to be a tweaker.

    The Internet connectivity and apps features are a mixed bag. The Netflix app is at least as good as what I have on a Roku box, and I will definitely use it; but the YouTube app , and some others I have tried are pretty useless.

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  3. 13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV. Sound is a little dissapointing., June 27, 2012
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    I’ll give you the quick rundown on this. The picture is great. All kinds of different modes for it. Game mode is a must for Video games, and it preforms well. It’s Very lightweight. The Remote control can be a little at times…unresponsive and small as well, but no biggie. It has a lot of features and includes setups for the ports you have for instance: HDMI 1 can be labeled HDMI1/360 or HDMI2/Computer. That’s great when you can name your inputs I think.

    Pros? Picture, setting features, lightweight, 4 HDMI ports, optical Toslink and RCA ports, and sleek design on a budget.

    Cons? Sound is quite a letdown but nab a LG Sound bar like I did and you’ll have a better time with your TV.
    The stand is a little too flimsy wall mount would be a better choice if your wall isn’t covered in Marvel posters like mine.

    All in all it’s a great TV if you got a little money in the pocket. If you can afford it get one with better sound.

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