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Discussion in 'Displays' started by Kevin Collins, Jun 13, 2013.
Sell that one...unless you really just want the excuse to replace the Denon.
I have the current Denon up on craigslist and Amazon so if it sells then I can use that money towards a new one.
Wouldnt mind an up to date Denon.
Changes to the line I have seen are added fronts High and wide and removal of some surround outs.
Also 4K upscaling, which I probably wont need and 3D pass through.
Oddly it seems that some of the ci Line that was introduced early this year has already been discontinued with less features.
I can get a avr3313ci for $800 and it has all the features of the newer avr3000 version.
fun stuff! (always fun to upgrade).
Hope it isnt hurting the pocket book too much.
Does Vizio have a bad reputation?
The worst reputation of all 2nd tier brands. There are 3rd tier that make better stuff.Although, I would hope Vizio finds a way to throw some semblance of quality into a $4000 product.I'm frankly surprised Vizio(as a brand) is still around. This has to be twice as long as every other brand the guy has brought to market.Anybody remember MAG?That was the first craptastic.Edit:It was MAG, not AOC.
I find your opinion on Vizio interesting Sam. As such a staunch Onkyo supporter you'll be the first to mention their industry-leading market share and how their AVRs fly off shelves. But when it comes to Vizio, and their same industry-leading market share, it's more about "craptastic" and youre surprised theyre still around. Why the disparity? I only ask because Vizio reviews reflect more their market share and not so much your opinion of craptastic.
Gregg shares the same opinion I do. He probably has more insight into the ODM that makes Vizio's stuff.
The Vizio M line is getting good reviews and word of mouth.
At least they haven't had a lawsuit thrown at them like what happened to Samsung. But if there's anything about Vizio that potential buyers of their product may not know, I would like to know as much as possible. I've read good reviews of their products, but I'm open to a second opinion.
When ever a manufacturer targets the bottom tier of consumers, you will have products that will fail often and early.
And what is the "bottom tier" of consumers? Is there a better alternative to Vizio's 80 TV"?
Sharp AquosA projectorIf you want to spend "big bucks"Panny professional 85"
Heres their "bottom tier" status, according to The Katz anyway...
Heres evidence of their reliability, according to Consumer Reports and JD Power anyway...
Got the tv yesterday. Spent a good portion of last night setting it up and adjusting the video settings. There is a ton of possible settings on this tv. Still a lot of work to do to get it right.Plugged the Directv reviewer and bluray in direct so I could check out some 3D and it looked terrific. Only sampled Oz and a a couple of 3D channels on sat tv. Now need to get a receiver so I can pass through the signal. Looking at the Denon 3313.Appears that Denon released this item this year and it's already discontinued for a newer model and line.
What speakers will you be mating your receiver with ?
I have been using a set of Klipsch rf-3 for about 14 years now. Still going strong.
He's making sure your speakers are 6ohm>The xx13 are notorious for puking on
I didn't realize that we had this thread going.
Here is a link to a 80" vizio that I calibrated a few days ago:
Not a bad display.....strongly consider adding a DVDO duo video processor and professional video calibration if you desire image fidelity / accuracy.
Costco has a $600 coupon in thier flyer for October