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VIZIO E500i-B1 50-Inch 1080p Smart LED HDTV


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VIZIO E500i-B1 50-Inch 1080p Smart LED HDTV

Introducing the all-new 2014 E-Series 50″ (50.00″ diag.) Full-Array LED Smart TV with an ultra-narrow 10mm frame, crystal-clear LED-lit picture, and a faster, easier-to-use Smart TV experience. With built-in Wi-Fi included, the E-Series connects you to the latest hit movies, TV shows, and music from premium apps like Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, VUDU, HuluPlus, YouTube, Pandora and more. And not only is it smart, this TV is packed with the latest technology – like Full-Array LED for superior light uniformity, and Active LED Zones x16 for deeper black levels and 5 million to 1 ultra-high contrast. Full HD 1080p and 120Hz effective refresh rate makes them perfect for sports and fast action scenes. VIZIO E-Series: Picture-Perfect, Simply Smart.

VIZIO E500i-B1 50-Inch 1080p Smart LED HDTV

FEATURED VIZIO E500i-B1 50-Inch 1080p Smart LED HDTV

  • VIZIO Internet Apps Plus -Instantly enjoy the latest hit movies, TV shows, music and even more premium apps straight from the Internet to your TV.
  • Full-Array LED backlight – Distributes LEDs across the entire screen delivering superior light uniformity and picture performance.
  • Active LED Zones x16 -Dynamically adjusts the LED backlight per zone creating deeper, pure black levels and higher contrast.
  • Built-in Wi-Fi -Connect with high-speed wireless for easy, clutter-free Internet access.
  • 120Hz effective refresh rate enhanced with backlight scanning -Enjoy clear fast action scenes.

 

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What customers say about VIZIO E500i-B1 50-Inch 1080p Smart LED HDTV

  1. Donald Schultz says:
    714 of 744 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Spectacular TV for the price, February 16, 2014
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    Pros:

    1. Vivid and very clear picture, especially with native 1080P content. The Smart Dimming (active LED zone dimming) feature does make a subtle improvement to the picture, so I recommend leaving it on.
    2. Smart TV dock with common applications such as Amazon Instant Video, NetFlix, Hulu Plus, and more. Also may be customized.
    3. WiFi and Ethernet connectivity. Ethernet is the preferred way since WiFi can be unreliable.
    4. Nearly borderless.
    5. 3 HDMI connections and a whole host of analog connections. Digital audio out (optical).
    6. 120 Hz. I have not noticed significant judder.
    7. Almost effortless picture tweaking by selecting “Calibrated” mode. This produces the best and most natural picture for a well-lit room without over-blowing the colors.
    8. Blacks are very deep, and much better than my older 42″ CCFL backlit Vizio TV.
    9. Remote is very nice and feels sturdy. Buttons are on the small side, however.

    Cons:

    1. Picture is not going to rival a $1,500 Sony or Samsung, but the picture is still very good.
    2. Viewing angles are OK for this set, but don’t expect to get too far from front and center. Washout of the colors will occur starting at more than 20 degrees from head-on horizontally, and about 40 degrees vertically.
    3. No ability to adjust how the motion compensation feature works. Older Vizio TVs allowed you to select the degree of aggressiveness of the feature. The user’s manual shows the option, but the option is not actually found in the TV menu system.
    4. WiFi is only 2.4 GHz. This is a major problem in my book. If you intend to stream and are in a place congested with 2.4 GHz networks, you really need 5 GHz. In my case I am using Ethernet, so it is not an issue.
    5. I do notice slight judder, especially with upconverted and streaming content. Not major, but if you look for it you will find it.

    Conclusion:

    I am very happy with my purchase. It was a worthy upgrade from my 42″ CCFL Vizio set. I am not using the TV internal speakers since I have sound piped out through digital optical to a sound bar.

    My picture settings are as follows, and I highly recommend them since I have had time to fiddle with TV:

    1. When initially setting up the TV, select “Home” mode. DO NOT select Retail.
    2. Go into the menu, Picture settings, and then select Calibrated. Although you will be tempted to fiddle with other picture settings….resist the temptation. I learned changing this one thing is the only adjustment you need make.

    Remember that you will need to select Calibrated for all inputs. It will default to Standard picture mode (very dim and not all that vivid) when you first switch to say another HDMI port for your BluRay player. Once you switch over to the different input, go ahead and make the change and it will remember the changes for each input. DON’T FORGET to also make the change for the Smart TV streaming hub “input” as well. It will default to Standard for that too until you change it. I would be happy to answer questions.

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  2. Armand Gerardi "Mondo" says:
    306 of 333 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    keeps getting better, January 31, 2014
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    Armand Gerardi “Mondo” (Coral Springs, Fl., USA) –
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    I just lost my Samsung 46 inch top of the line when after only 3 years the picture developed a bad screen. Broke my heart but I realized even Samsung gets bad parts now and then. I take super care of my electronics as I kept this LCD in new condition right up to its death. Three years? I told the Samsung rep on the phone. He just said it was out of warranty, so long story short I decided against another Samsung. I did a solid week of reading reviews and numerous visits to my local stores watching and adjusting several brands before deciding on a 55 inch LG or Vizio as my choices. I hated the new LG’s magic remote( works like a mouse on the screen) but I also heard that the Vizio had lame apps on their smart E & the better M series. Just last week I walked into my local “S” club and a guy was setting up the new 2014 E series B-2. He told me they were the first to get them. The vizio rep happened to be there and he pointed out that they re-vamped all the smart apps and told me of the new back-lit 12 panel led zone, which even the 2013 high tech “M” series didn’t have. After fiddling with the contrast and temp colors I was able to get a fantastic picture.Bought it, brought it home and set it up.Wow! I was pretty impressed to find a $700 TV that can go up against a $1500 TV. . Vizio also now has a smaller front frame edge measureing 10mm. only 2 mm less than last year but it makes for an almost invisable frame. Another bonus…Vizio ups the speaker wattage from 10 to 15 watts. Not mindblowing but way improved from the muffled speaker sound that is associated with most down pointed speakers that seems to be standard with most HGTV’s. Bottom line I love it. Its good to see a company like Vizio upping their game with internal improvements instead of a cosmetic makeover like a lot of other companies.

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  3. TACHRIS says:
    151 of 163 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Upgraded E series from a 47 to this 55, February 22, 2014
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    TACHRIS (AZ, USA) –

    Had this for a week. Great blacks and detail. After a couple hours of picture tuning I have an excellent TV for Blu-rays and games. Not using apps much other than Netflix via PS3. Again Picture and 120HZ motion is great for everything especially for around $700.

    TURN OFF Active LED control. Makes movie faces look like wax and smoothed over. It also reduced color which I found unnecessary.
    You’re better off turning off all “advanced picture settings” which makes the picture look too processed and noisy.

    UPDATE: This will give you an amazing HD picture. Took me 3 months to get it down. Enjoy!

    Start with “Normal” pic mode
    Color Temperature: Custom
    Backlight 45 to 50
    Brightness 40
    Contrast 78
    Color 54
    Tint -1
    Sharpness 30

    Keep film mode to Auto.

    If you’re a gamer switch to Game mode with these pic settings and you’re good to go!

    Over time the picture/LEDs are settling in very nice.

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