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VIZIO M370NV 37-Inch

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VIZIO M370NV 37-Inch

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  • Customer Rating good tv, 2011-07-22
    This review is from: VIZIO M370NV 37-Inch
    I normally would only give this tv a four rating but the service from amazon was so good i just cant do it. Sio why the four? The tv is fine but it is not as bright as i thought it would be especially it being an led backlit model. It does work well though and i would buy it again. So why the five? The first one delivered was broken. i went on amazon’s website and sure enough they had an option for problems. The bottom line is they picked up the bad set the very next morning and sent a new one out right away. we had another set in two working days. Unbelievable! Amazon is truly the best!!

  • nelhig says:

    Customer Rating the short version, 2010-11-02
    This review is from: VIZIO M370NV 37-Inch
    There are already some excellent, lengthier reviews here that are very helpful with set-up for this hdtv. So, here’s a simple version – an excellent tv for the price, LED is the bomb(uses 50W – 60W) with proper settings, beneficial for off-grid solar systems, composite hookup is just fine for dvds, hdtv for stream(Roku)is great, perfect size for our living room (doesn’t dominate room), sound isn’t bad though have supplemental sound system that compliments nicely, easy remote to navigate but there was a bit of a learning curve, handy turn off button located on side of tv for quick setting adjustments, only needs a quick push, good customer service for one setting I needed help with which I wasn’t able to adjust initially, no problem getting a live person to help. Overall, very pleased with Vizio. Trust me, this has been a six month process going back and forth between hdtvs. Glad to finally see a 37″ LED. Beautiful picture!

    This review is from: VIZIO M370NV 37-Inch
    Amazon is the best price thus far for this LED LCD RAZOR HDTV. I checked Costco, Sams, Target, etc.. These other retailers were either not selling the set with RAZOR technology, or their price was higher. The 499 Costco set is a poorly reviewed Vizio set. Just beware and make sure you are getting what you want.

  • J. Rodricks says:

    Customer Rating Good Value, 2010-10-17
    This review is from: VIZIO M370NV 37-Inch
    I bought this TV in store for 629 which is what it’s going for from Target through Amazon.

    I had been in the market last year but ended up passing because I wanted the power savings of an LED backlight but it was a large premium at the time. My other issue is that I don’t have room for anything bigger than a 37″ TV. Frustrated, I gave up.

    This was bought as a gift though I had been very close to buying it for myself.

    This TV is extremely bright and has an ambient light sensor that does it’s job well. I configured the video to my eye and am very happy with what I am able to get out of it. Note that I am a photographer and am very picky about color tones. This TV is very adjustable and allows you to adjust anything a consumer would want. There are also a variety of useful presets which are actually quite good (ie: movie, football, baseball, gold, vivid).

    I did very little adjusting of the sound out of the box. It’s well balanced and can get loud enough. It’s fine, not great. I’d say it’s above average for a TV but nothing compared to a dedicated sound system.

    The TV does feature pretty good de-noise video processing. However I’ve had better luck keeping sharpness turned down. 1080i from Comcast isn’t a great signal so I cany fault the TV. 1080p Blurays look stunning so I know the TV is capable of displaying really great video.

    Overall I’m very pleased with this TV. Though I didn’t pay for it, I would have no reservations doing so. Moreover if this TV was available in the price range I was looking for I would just get it. I wouldn’t spend time shoppingnfor anything better- this is close to as good as it gets for the price.

  • GoBlue1997 says:

    Customer Rating Excellent, 2010-11-20
    This review is from: VIZIO M370NV 37-Inch
    Bought this tv 2 days ago and I’m more than impressed. The picture quality is amazing. After watching Avatar on Blu-Ray I was literally blown away. The speakers are small, but they certainly get the job done. I would recommend this tv to anyone who asked. You get a great picture for a pretty decent price.

  • BajaCapt says:

    Customer Rating Excellent value, from purchase to operating cost, 2010-10-11
    This review is from: VIZIO M370NV 37-Inch
    We had this TV for one month, we bough it here at Amazon.com
    As the title for this review indicates, this TV set is an excellent value for the money.

    Picture Quality
    I will start with the picture quality, we got this set connected to a Dish Network HD satellite receiver and the detail is very good for 1080i picture, and depending on the channel since not all Hi Def channels provide the same quality material, this TV does not disappoints, for example, HD Theater and Discovery Channel, 2 of our favorite channels, provide some of the best HD material in the programing choices, the pictures is quite amazing on this quality broadcasts among others… Now with a Sony Blu Ray player connected via HDMI, playing some reference material such as “The Fifth Element Remastered” Blu Ray, the picture detail is simply as good as it gets… The colors are accurate, bright and natural looking, the blacks are deep and give a great look to the overall picture.
    I also appreciate the HDMI jack in the left side of the TV, I use this to hook up my HD camcorder to review our footage prior to editing on my computer, this side HDMI connections makes it easy to connect anything from camcorders to Gaming Consoles etc without having to reach around the back.
    The picture adjustments with the remote are very easy to navigate through after getting yourself familiar with it, one quick word here about the remote, the remote has quite a narrow beam, this means that if you are close to the TV (from lets 4 feet or less, as I was while setting it up for the first time) you must aim the remote at the infrared eye which is in the lower left of the TV, this is less of an inconvenience when you watching the TV at recommended distance of around 9 feet, at this distance the beam has a chance to spread and just aiming it in the general direction of the TV does the job. With that said, the Menu is well laid out and intuitive.

    The Sound Quality.
    This is the weak point of this TV, the default sound settings produce a less than desirable sound from anything you have your set tuned in to, however, if you go into the Audio Settings you can somewhat alleviate this by going in the Equalizer Advanced adjustments, there are 5 adjustment bars there of 120KHZ, 500KHZ, 15KHZ, 5KHZ and 10KHZ, in there what I did was to tune down the 10KHZ to minus 8, the 5KHZ to minus 12 (the lowest setting), the 15KHZ to minus 7 and then maxed up the remaining 2 on the left which are the bass settings, by doing this it diminishes the very high treble sounding small speakers that come with the set and this settings gives an overall fair sound for general TV viewing. Now for movies we have a dedicated 5.1 sound system connected via Optical Cable from the Vizio Optical Sound output jack, this works beautiful 🙂 I had considered subtracting a star from the 5 given because of the sound, but after adjusting the default sound settings the sound is fairly adequate for general viewing so I left all 5 stars in there.

    The remote.
    As mentioned in the Picture Quality paragraph, the beam is very narrow on the remote, but this is only an issue if you are very close to the TV, if so you will need to aim the remote directly at the infrared eye on the lower left corner of the set, I was sitting very close while doing initial adjustments and that is how I came about to notice this, but once done, the viewing distance from our bed is about 12 feet or so, at this distance the remote operates just fine.
    It is a fairy comfortable remote with a good layout of the buttons, it is glossy black, it does not have back light illumination, not a big deal to me, but one thing I wish it had was an “Sleep” button, since it is in our bedroom and when you get that sleepy feeling it would be nice to have easy access button to this feature without entering the menu, which is what you need to do to set up the “Sleep” feature. Again, not a reason to subtract a star from the rating, the remote does its job well, perhaps Vizio will add a dedicated “Sleep” button in future sets.

    Power Consumption.
    This set shines here again, I connected it to my “Kill-A-Watt” meter and depending on your picture settings, it can variate from 30 Watts to 100 Watts of power consumption, my set with my preferred settings uses 50 Watts of power, I have the backlight set at 45, this is a very bright set so a higher backlight setting is not really needed, but then that is a personal preference. On stand by, this set uses less than 1 watt, this is a highly energy efficient set.

    Final words.
    We are very happy with our purchase, I consider this some of my best spent entertainment dollars, great deal from Amazon, great TV set, well packaged and saving money also on the electric bill, if you need a TV set on this size range, you should definitively consider this Vizio, you will not be disappointed.

  • Mike R PE says:

    Customer Rating Great value, high PQ, 2010-11-10
    This review is from: VIZIO M370NV 37-Inch
    My bedroom 27″ analog tube TV went, I was shopping for 32″ or 37″ HDTV, this was on shortlist
    Simply: Easy set-up, fantastic picture PQ, LED is more crisp that LCD, 3 HDMI in’s, etc.

    Perfect for bedroom, and 37″ is appropriate size for 11′ away.

    Compare this set to other 37″ HDTV’s, it’s very competitive along all the features and specs.

  • BLoc says:

    Customer Rating Good picture. Bad sound. Still good., 2011-01-06
    This review is from: VIZIO M370NV 37-Inch
    The other reviews will tell you that the picture quality is good and they are right. It really is a fantastic picture. Set up is a breeze and the controls are easy to use with the menus very easy to navigate. I was a bit reluctant to make this purchase after reading some reviews of this and other model Vizios about their sound quality. I made the purchase anyways and alas, found that the sound quality does indeed stink. I now run my audio through a tuner with 5.1 surround so it is a non issue. However, out of curiosity I did try the sound settings that reviewer BajaCapt recommended and found them to be an improvement.

    So, if you have a alternate sound system that you use, then this TV is an excellent deal. If you don’t, you will likely find yourself making some tweaks to make the sound less annoying. Perhaps a sound bar would be a good pairing.

    Overall, very pleased.

  • Customer Rating Finally went HD!!!!, 2010-10-03
    This review is from: VIZIO M370NV 37-Inch
    The Mrs. said I had to wait for my 32 inch Sony tube TV to finally croak before justifying a new TV, and I am so happy it did (I swear I wasn’t kicking the old TV honey!) I did a ton of research and found the Vizio Razor to be the best bet for the $$ (under $600 at the local wholesale warehouse), and I could not be happier. I also looked at the (non-LED) Vizio 37″ LCD TV (E370VA) for about $150 less, but I was really attracted to the LED backlight technology, and considering what all these HD flat screens cost a couple years ago, I figure the expense is worth it. My 32″ Sony was over $800 ten years ago!

    Setup was easy, really the hardest thing is understanding the best way to hook up the TV to my Comcast DVR box and other components. Definetely use the digital connectens (HDMI to DVI on my older DVR Cable box), or you wont get the 1080p resolution!!! The on screen menu system and remote are easy to use, and the getting started guide (which I looked at after setting up the TV for giggles) was informative and covered the bases without being too confusing. I was amazed that the remote worked on my cable box with out having to input any codes, but I did have to set it up for my DVD, and that took a little research online at vizio.com.

    The picture is so clear even on non-HD channels it is silly, but when you watch HD programs you really can appreciate the technology. The built in speakers are good, but I did connect the system to an old surround sound system I already owned so both the sound and picture are amazing. The system uses so much less power and space than my old TV, I wouldnt be surprised if my electric bill is lower! I just need a crane to get the old beast out of my house.

  • Jeff Takarsh says:

    Customer Rating Great Picture, Poor Sound, 2011-01-16
    This review is from: VIZIO M370NV 37-Inch
    For several weeks I’ve been looking for a 35″-40″ size HDTV for a small TV room (specifically a 37″ screen). After reading several reviews from a variety of sites, I decided to purchase a VIZIO 37 inch 1080p LCD LED (M3370NV). I read several reviews that indicated this TV was one of the best in this size class. Most of the reviews rated this TV very highly, especially in quality of the picture. There were several reviews that indicated that the quality of the sound was very poor, however, I assumed most of these were from individuals who were very particular about their TV experience. I just wanted a TV that was reasonable in price, energy efficient, good picture and sound quality, and easy to use with Direct TV. I got the TV home, setup was quick and easy. As the reviews indicate the picture quality was very, very good. I’ve been impressed with the quality of the images both standard and high adefinition. However, the sound quality is very poor. It sounds like the speaker is in a tin can, no base or depth of sound. I took a pair of old PC speakers and attached them to the TV, the sound quality improved dramatically. The PC speakers produce a sound quality more to what I expected to TV to produce. I’ve considered buying a speaker bar, but still can’t get past the fact that you should have to buy external speakers to compensate for poor quality. It looks like it is going back and I’ll start my search again. If you plan to purchase this TV, listen before you buy. The picture is great, but the sound is just not acceptable.

    The worst part, I bought this TV from Target and got the best price. Missed a greate sale on the TV a few weeks ago, but found it this past weekend 20% off, priced at $500. A great deal. Great Deal, Great Picture, loved it, but the poor sound quality has made it difficult to keep.

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