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VIZIO M261VP 26-Inch 1080p LED LCD HDTV, Black

VIZIO M261VP 26-Inch 1080p LED LCD HDTV, Black
VIZIO M261VP 26-Inch 1080p LED LCD HDTV, Black

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VIZIO M261VP 26-Inch 1080p LED LCD HDTV, Black

VIZIO M261VP 26-Inch 1080p LED LCD HDTV, Black

~ VIZIO’s M261VP 26″ RazorLED LCD HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps puts the best of the web right on your TV screen, giving you the convenience of on-demand movies, TV shows, social networking, music, photos and more at the push of a button. Setup and use is easy with the M261VP’s built-in 802.11n Wi-Fi and standard Ethernet connection to the Internet. It also features RazorLED backlighting for brilliant clarity in a razor thin design that is only 1.34″ without its stand. An amazingly slim 1.34″ HDTV profile. Quick and easy 802.11N wireless networking built-in. Connect to the Internet to stream movies and TV shows, listen to music and more. Full 1080p High Definition resolution. This stylishly sleek HDTV offers full 1080p high definition detail and a 100,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio, delivering deeper blacks and brighter whites through contrast and dimensions as well as superior audio using SRS TruVolume and SRS TruSurround HD for advanced virtual surround sound and

  • VIZIO Internet Apps
  • Built-in WiFi 802.11n
  • 1080p Full HD with Razor LED backlighting
  • 100,000 to 1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  • SRS TruVolume and SRS TruSurroundHDTM audio

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  1. 183 of 185 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice Video, OK Audio, But it Crashes, November 6, 2010
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    This review is from: VIZIO M261VP 26-Inch 1080p LED LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    Wanted a bedroom TV that had full 1080p, network interface and Yahoo! Widgets (or similar capabilities). Most other TV manufacturers offer this combination of features only in models of 40 inches or larger — I wanted a smaller size for a simple bedroom TV.

    First, the good things… Very nice picture that remains clear and viewable even from way off angle — this is its strongest feature. Also, the built-in Yahoo! Widgets include being able to view movies or listen to music ordered from services such as Netflix and Pandora without an outboard box. Further, one of the Widgets brings in TV Guide over the Internet, which is helpful if your cable company can’t seem to successfully transmit a TV Guide (or similar function) over their own cable. I also found the remote control to actually be pretty good in the sense that the different buttons are of different shapes and sizes that you can actually find the correct buttons to push by touch without looking at them.

    Second, the OK thing… I have to echo, to some extent, some of the other reviews that criticize the audio — it’s not really that bad, but I’ve had other LCD TVs of similar size that did better. I must say, though, that the audio is clear, so you won’t find yourself unable to understand what someone is saying when they’re speaking softly, and the speakers output a full enough range that you won’t find yourself wondering where an instrument disappeared to when listening to a piece of music. I have encountered other small TVs (both old CRT types and current-day LCD types) that have had audio far, far worse than this — some were so bad that the whole casing of the TV would vibrate when certain instruments were played in a piece of music — this TV definitely does not have anything like that problem.

    Third, the problem… It actually crashes! This has to be the weirdest thing I’ve ever experienced or have ever said about a TV, but this thing actually crashes to the extent that it completely ignores the remote and its built-in button controls, and can only be brought back under control by unplugging it! I’m guessing, but I think it’s a simple case of overheating, because the crashes occur after it’s been on for a number of hours to the point where the back side feels awfully hot. The heat is a little surprising, since this is an edge-lit LED TV, and not one that uses CCFL backlighting. Also, it doesn’t seem to matter whether you use any of the Widget applications, or not — the crashing occurs even when you do nothing more than feed it video from a cable box or other source. So, the crashing doesn’t seem to be precipitated by running any particular Widget application.

    Fourth, some missing information… It is not made clear on Vizio’s website or even if you download a PDF of the user’s manual, but this TV comes with an external brick-type power supply. This item caught me by surprise as most LCD TVs of this size (in my experience) have the power supply built in. This is not a big deal, unless you intend to wall-mount it, in which case, you’ll need to decide what to do with the brick power supply.

    All-in-all, I would be perfectly happy with this TV if I didn’t occasionally need to unplug it in order to bring it back from crashing. It’s this weird crashing behavior that is actually causing me to consider returning it.

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  2. 92 of 94 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Wonderful TV but sound could be better, October 18, 2010
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    This review is from: VIZIO M261VP 26-Inch 1080p LED LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    Let me preface my review with the following. I’m not an audiophile and this purchase was made for a bedroom TV.
    The picture quality is fantastic; and by fantastic, I mean better than my 42in Samsung Plasma. The sound is less “tinny” than the previous model, but it still lacks in the bass which gives it that Laptop Speaker sound quality; though at a moderate volume, the quality appears to sound better (at least to me); Otherwise, for a bedroom TV, it’s superb.

    WiFi is easy to set up (built in, and supported 128bit encryption). I found the settings/menu system to be extremely well done and easy to use with their remote control.

    Tried netflix and with only 2 bars for WiFi (due to distance from router), the picture quality was awesome and never “readjusted” due to signal degradation.

    The controls are located on the back of the TV, which makes it little cumbersome for the fly by power on, but I like it because my 3 year old likes to push buttons. Besides…we have remotes, right?

    The remote is a little cheap, but easy to use.

    Vizio apps load fast on my network (ymmv).

    -.5 for not so good bass (or lack there of at low vol)
    -.5 for lack of more possible sound options in the menu.

    You’re definitely paying for picture, built in wifi & internet apps over sound quality with this purchase, so if you if you go into this purchase knowing this (as I did), then you should be happy and you could always hook up some external speakers to boost the sound quality.

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  3. 51 of 53 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV!, November 5, 2010
    This review is from: VIZIO M261VP 26-Inch 1080p LED LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    We bought this to replace the 19″ LCD that was in our kitchen and we absolutely love it. It was easy to connect to the internet (although I am good with computers and electronics). The picture we get when streaming netflix is awesome. Everyone that has been over comments on how thin the TV is and what a great picture it has.

    Other reviewers have commented on poor audio quality, I don’t agree with them. I guess there is room for improvement as far as the speakers go, but do you people really expect home theater sound out of a $400 high def razor thin TV? Also the TV is in my kitchen where there is usually so much background noise and other stuff going on that the quality of the sound isn’t really an issue. Lastly no one who has come over has ever made a comment on the sound quality and these are friends, not visitors who are trying to be polite.

    The internet apps all work great and entertain the kids for hours (I just need to figure out how to block the less appropriate content and it would be perfect). I would buy this TV again in a heartbeat.

    Edit on 12/18/2010: We have used this TV everyday for the past two months and we still love it. Pandora is great for Christmas music while we decorate and wrap presents. The internet apps work great and still no comments (good ones or bad ones) on the sound quality. We are still very happy with our purchase and I would definitely buy this TV again.

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