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VIZIO E291-A1 29-inch 720p 60Hz Razor LED HDTV

VIZIO E291-A1 29-inch 720p 60Hz Razor LED HDTV
VIZIO E291-A1 29-inch 720p 60Hz Razor LED HDTV


Product Added : January 12th, 2013
Category : LED TV

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VIZIO E291-A1 29-inch 720p 60Hz Razor LED HDTV


VIZIO E291-A1 29-inch 720p 60Hz Razor LED HDTV

Introducing the new E-series slim frame design. The VIZIO 29-Inch Class Razor LED TV is shattering the mold in a way only VIZIO can, with high-quality design and picture at the best value. Enjoy richer colors and more vivid details with LED technology. A slim frame design with ultra thin profile makes this a stunning centerpiece in any living space. Plus, this Razor LED HDTV is more energy efficient than a conventional LCD TV, to save you even more money.

  • Razor LED for richer colors and more vivid details
  • Slim frame design with ultra thin profile beautifully enhances any living space
  • TV without stand (Width x Height x Depth): 26.42-Inch x 16.75-Inch x 1.97-Inch, TV with stand (Width x Height x Depth): 26.42-Inch x 16.75-Inch x 8.12-Inch
  • 720p HD resolution for a clear, lifelike image
  • SRS Studio Sound HD delivers crisp, clear audio

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  1. 23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV! Stand and positioning is a little strange…, November 27, 2012
    By 
    KDM (Iowa) –
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    This review is from: VIZIO E291-A1 29-inch 720p 60Hz Razor LED HDTV (Electronics)

    I was looking for a TV for the kitchen that fits in a cabinet so I had a limited size that I could work with. I really wanted at least a 26 inch TV.

    I had originally purchased a Samsung UN26EH4000 26 inch LED TV based on the excellent reviews,
    however when I got it hooked up I was dismayed with the pixelated picture quality with my DirecTV HD receiver.

    I started looking for other 26 or 28 inch TVs when I saw this 29 inch Vizio. I looked at the product dimensions hoping it would fit and to my surpise it was an exact match! And it was 3 inches larger than the Samsung to boot! At the time there were no reviews available so I really didn’t have anything to go by except for prior experience with a 22″ Vizio LED (still working, just wanted something larger). I decided to buy it knowing that Amazon has a great returns policy. I figured I would compare it to the Samsung and return which ever one I did not like.

    The assembly of the TV is very easy. The stand is not a typical flat panel stand (more on this later). It installs easily by just snapping into place and there are 2 screws that are hidden from the bottom to install. Very easy to install though. From there it is typical install of plugging in your cables.

    This TV has 2 HDMI ports, and the first port supports Audio Return Channel (ARC) which is a nice feature if you are going to hook up an AV receiver. It also supports standard composite and component connections and a PC connection.

    For audio connections it has an optical audio out connection and a 1/8 inch mini-jack audio out. This 1/8 inch jack is a standard headphone jack and the volume control of the TV controls the volume of this jack. THe Samsung TV does NOT have this feature and I sorely missed it. I use the 1/8 mini jack to hook up a nice pair of computer speakers for better sound and being able to turn off the TV speakers and still use the volume control from the remote to control external speakers is a great convenience.

    The picture on this TV is noticely nicer than the picture on the Samsung. Within a minute of hooking it up my wife instantly said this picture was noticeably better than the Samsung, which is strange because when I mentioned that I didn’t like the Samsung picture she said it looked fine to her! Women, go figure! Just kidding. Both are 720p resolution but the Vizio is a much nicer picture. When you are close to the TV (within 3-5 feet or so you can start to notice a lower resolution but from a greater distance, 720p is more than adequate. I would suggest getting 1080p for anything larger.

    The internal speakers really are not too bad. They aren’t surround sound quality but they are fairly robust and actually sort of loud. I forgot to plug in the external speakers at first and though they were being used because the sound was that good. As with most flat panel TV’s there is very little bass.

    THe only strange (not negative, just different) thing about this TV is the stand. This TV does not have a standard upright stand. The stand consists of a V shaped bar that attaches at the bottom back of the TV and the TV actually leans back about 5 degrees to stand up. For my application this is good and bad. The tilt actually helps alleviate some glare from straight on light sources. For us, this TV is in an upper cabinet in the kitchen the TV leans back and it looks a little strange sitting in the cabinet, but in no way affects the functionality. Just be aware that it sits this way when purchasing. One of the stock images shows the approximate tilt of the TV when using the stand. It also has standard VESA mounts if you wanted to utilize an arm.

    The TV itself is slim. It isn’t the slimmest TV but it is pretty slim. The outside frame is also minimal and provides for an overall sleek appearance to the TV.

    Aside from the funky stand, I would rate this TV a 4.95 stars out of 5.

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  2. 64 of 80 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV for the price, provided you don’t need streaming video., November 7, 2012
    By 
    Andy Rosenblum “Andy Rosenblum” (Saratoga Springs, New York) –
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    I recently purchased the VIZIO E601i-A3 60-inch 1080p 120Hz Razor LED Smart FHDTV, an absolutely phenomenal TV with every conceivable feature you could ask for. Wanting to get a smaller TV for a second bedroom, I stumbled upon the TV featured here, the VIZIO E320-A1 32-inch 720p 60Hz LED HDTV TV at a friends house. He had just purchased it from Amazon. Upon checking out the TV; I felt as if it was missing some features that I was looking for. My friend was a little upset, but eventually pleased when I told him that he might want to return it to Amazon and get something else. While the picture and sound are excellent on this model; unless you’re only buying a TV for the basics; I’d spend a little extra and get one that has more features than this. On the other hand; if all you need are the basics, look no further, as you won’t find a better picture on any other 32″ TV. This one comes with only 2 HDMI ports, which in my opinion is too few. There’s no picture in picture, and more importantly, there’s no Apps for streaming video. It comes with a very thin bezel(a great feature), as do all of the new Vizio TV’s. The 720P resolution is superb, and is all that’s needed on a TV of this size. As mentioned above; the surround sound was exceptional and quite an improvement over previous generation Vizio TV’s. While at his house; I watched a few minutes of a soccer game, and found the picture to be extremely stable, with virtually no blurring effect during movement. The problem with the TV(for some people, not all) is that for the price, or slightly more; you can get one that has a lot more features. My friend knew nothing about streaming video, as he gets Netflix DVD’s by mail. When I told him about the streaming feature available on most new TV’s; he agreed that he had probably made a bad choice for him, which does not mean that this would be a bad choice for others. The bottom line is that if you’re looking for a basic TV without streaming capability; this is an excellent choice. If you want more features, such as are available on most new TV’s, than I would look elsewhere. Keep in mind that many people have no interest in streaming video, and as such this TV IS a superb choice.

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  3. 6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Vizio 29″ TV, December 28, 2012
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    This review is from: VIZIO E291-A1 29-inch 720p 60Hz Razor LED HDTV (Electronics)

    I purchased this TV because it was the right size to fit the space I needed it for. I love the picture quality but there are some things I would change about it. For example, I had difficulty fitting the stand to the back of the TV and even had to call the VIZIO tech people for help with this. It seems you have to really get rough with it to get it into place. I was afraid of breaking the plastic to do this. I also don’t like the way the stand makes the TV slant backwards. I think it needs some sort of adjusting capability. Then, there is the issue of only being able to use a little more than half the screen if you are trying to watch a show that is not HD. In other words, my 29″ TV is about a 20″ TV most of the time. Hope this helps someone in deciding whether of not to purchase this product.

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