What must one do to live in this house?
You mean yours doesn’t look like that??? oh wait…neither does mine. =/
Are these TV’s factory refurbished?
They are not. We list the condition as “Factory Reconditioned” when it’s done by the manufacturer or a 3rd party under their direction.
For the 60 incher, Vizio is now selling the 2014 version of this (M602I-B3), brand new, for the exact same price on their site.
[MOD: Plus $99 shipping]
Forget the TV, where do I get a couch like that?
Hey my guy, look before you leap. That 2014 version of the M60" is not a 3D television. Someone said (a spirit maybe), that Vizio is taking out 3D from new models of the M series, and putting them on the up-coming expected P series.
Is is it just me, or does that sound like the Imperial March when you hum it?
Sams Club or Costco 2949.00 not refurb. For this size of a buy, I would rather spend 250.00 more for a new one. And for about 89.00 more you get square 3 year warranty that kicks in after manufacturer 2 year warranty for members. Great deal. Plus they price protect for 30 days, and 90 day return period. you actually can price match for 90 days at costco, as if they don’t price match, tell them you will just return yours and buy a new one. They won’t want that, so they will price match for 90 days.
Vizio Unveils 2014 M-Series TVs
By: HomeTheaterReview.com, June 11, 2014
VIZIO M-Series Full-Array LED backlit LCD Smart TVs
(M322i-B1) $329.99 (MSRP)
(M422i-B1) $529.99 (MSRP)
(M492i-B2) $699.99 (MSRP)
(M502i-B1) $699.99 (MSRP)
(M552i-B2) $899.99 (MSRP)
(M602i-B3) $1,249.99 (MSRP)
(M652i-B2) $1,499.99 (MSRP)
(M702i-B3) $1,899.99 (MSRP)
(M801i-A3) $3,199.99 (MSRP)
True they are not 3d for 2014, but they are now full array backlit instead of edge lit which will be an improvement on larger screen sizes.
That said, I am a proud owner of a 50 inch 2013 model and I love it’s picture and slim bezel.
It looks like you have to be two feet tall. Everything looks so short in that picture, like the table is 6" off the ground.
Last year’s M series used LED edgelighting, but all of Vizio’s 2014 models now use full-array LED backlighting with local dimming—12 zones in the 42" model and 32 in models measuring 49" and above. In addition, the new M series implements a feature called Active Pixel Tuning, which adjusts the brightness of individual pixels dynamically—for example, opening the LCD shutters of the pixels reproducing stars in an otherwise black background, preventing halos. The image quality was excellent, certainly better than last year’s M series.
Just received my TV, but one corner seems to have some damage. The whole corner is bright white, but it doesn’t appear to be backlight bleed as it doesn’t show up when the screen is black.
I replied to you on Facebook, but please be sure to email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
I still haven’t gotten my 55" anyone else still waiting?
If you’re not seeing any tracking/updates to a part of your order please email into email@example.com and let them know.
They should be able to provide you with further details regarding your purchase.
Whelp, still waiting on an email response, the TV, and it’s been 10 business days. Starting to think I got hustled. Lol