Vizio 70" Class Razor LED (2.35" ultra-slim)  1080p 120Hz HDTV, E701i-A3, Smart TV

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    Vizio 70" Class Razor LED (2.35" ultra-slim) 1080p 120Hz HDTV, E701i-A3, Smart TV

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    The Vizio Razor LED HDTV, E701i-A3 has 1080p Full HD resolution that delivers a crystal-clear picture, and a 120Hz refresh rate with smooth motion displays for fast action scenes with stunning detail and clarity. The 1,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio creates deeper blacks, so even the darkest scenes come to life. Plus, our ambient light-sensing technology automatically adjusts your Vizio Smart TV LED screen brightness for the best picture in any room.

    Note: You must have a source of HD programming in order to take full advantage of the Vizio 70" LED With Class Razor LED 1080p 120Hz HDTV. Contact your local cable or satellite TV provider for details on how to upgrade.
    Vizio 70" Class Razor LED 1080p 120Hz HDTV, E701i-A3:
    • 70" LCD panel
      With a 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution
    • True 16:9 aspect ratio
      View your movies as the director intended on the Vizio 70" LED With Class Razor LED 1080p 120Hz HDTV
    • Built-in digital tuner
      Watch digital broadcasts, including HDTV programs where available
    • HDMI Inputs: 4
      Enjoy a superior HD experience with HDMI, the one cable audio/video solution on the Vizio Smart TV LED
    • 69.51" screen measured diagonally from corner to corner
    • Built-in WiFi
      Stream from Netflix, VUDU, Hulu Plus and more

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    Contrast Ratio: 1,000,000:1 Dynamic
    Remote Included: Yes
    Resolution: 1080p (HDTV)
    Response Time: 6ms
    Tv Definition: HDTV
    Tv Technology: Internet Connected,LED
    Primary Color: Black
    Multi Pack Indicator: Yes
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Model No.: E701I-A3
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 86.7
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 62.6 x 12.6 x 38.4
    Walmart No.: 550758039

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    Customer Product Reviews

    Rated 4.5 out of 5★ by 143reviewers.
    Rated 2 out of 5★ by warranty issue with new TV, Vizio dropped the ball Purchased this TV on 06/22/2013, wall mounted and hooked it up that evening. Picture was excellent when paired with Blu Ray or 1080 video device and it worked great, save for the occasional lock up, until a week ago. The TV has started to develop small 'bright spots' where it appears as though the LED lights are starting to 'supernova' or something. There are approximately 10-20 of these small spots and they're spreading. I called Vizio to discuss warranty options and was told that I could have a 'recertified' (sold then returned to Vizio) television as an exchange and no additional warranty would be provided. I was berated on the phone by both first and second tier customer support and generally treated as though I was the bad guy for having an issue with their product. I'm a firm believer in the idea that a customer with a problem is an opportunity to make a customer for life. Vizio chose to go the other route and make sure I never purchased from them again. 01/10/2014
    Rated 4 out of 5★ by great price, and free home delivery. I bought this tv on cyber monday, and it was home delivered the following Monday.The picture is excellent, my only negatives. ( and I am nit-picking) is the sound quality and the app layout.The sound just isnt as "rich" as it should be for a tv that is like your own theater. I can see why they sell sound bars and similar ilk.The other negative is the app layout. As opposed to a screen full of icons., you get a ribbon which scrolls across the bottom.I like the keyboard on the keyboard on the back of the remote , and the remote is easy to operate and has three hot keys to reach amazon, Netflix and m-go.I would buy this tv again and would have no problem recommending it to my friends. 12/12/2012
    Rated 4 out of 5★ by Good TV - be patient on day 1 day 2 day 3 Friends, here is my review. This is a good TV. Please be patient for day 1 day 2 day 3 after purchasing this tv. When you on the tv with factory settings, we think we made a bad choice by purchasing this tv. but its not. this is good tv. The below are the settings you need to make. Then the you will see the original performance of this tv. It took 3 days to understand this tv. No manual making this tv less sale.. Bad factory settings.Set your tv to below settings---Picture settings menu---Picture Mode: MovieBacklight: 58Brightness: 50Contrast: 75Color: 49Tint: 0Sharpness: 0---Size & Position submenu---[no change]---Color Temperature submenu---Colour temperature: NormalRed Gain: 106Green Gain: 107Blue gain: 116Red offset: 128Green offset: 128Blue offset: 128--Advanced Picture submenu---Smooth motion effect: OffReal Cinema Mode: Smooth [grayed out]Noise Reduction: OffMPEG NR: OffColor Enhancement: OffAdaptive Luma: OffFilm Mode: AutoBacklight Control: OffAmbient Light sensor: Offgood luck.Thanks,good luck. 11/30/2013
    Rated 5 out of 5★ by Great TV for the price I purchased this television during cyber weekend Nov. 25, 2012 when it was discounted well below what it is priced now because my wife thought it was such a good price. Originally I was looking to buy the 60 inch Vizio, but when I saw the 70 inch at such a good price I jumped. It's almost too big for my living room. Almost! Wow, what a great viewing experience. It replaced a 36 inch tube tv and it's my first HD tv so it is mind blowing how much clarity there is when watching HD channels. The sound is pretty good, but does not have the deep base sounds that you can from a sound bar. I'm happy enough with the speakers it came with and am not planning to buy a sound bar. I have a lot of south facing windows in my tv room yet I can still see the screen quite well during the day. At night the viewing is phenomenal. The only problem is the quality of the picture is so good you can see every detail of the set or backdrop and lighting and lack thereof in many movies that were produced on a budget. Watching football takes on a whole new meaning now. It was easy to set up, but you will need 2 people as it is large and weighs about 90 pounds. The set up process was not difficult. I'm not a technical oriented person and I didn't have any trouble getting all the options working. 12/04/2012
    Rated 5 out of 5★ by Great LED at a great price! Ok, so my 62" Mitsubishi HD LED projection TV up and dumps on me.......We replaced the lamps and still.....Frustrating. My wife and I agree, it's time to replace; so we start the research process.I want the Sharp Aquos Quatron.....way too pricey. So we scale back, thinking Samsung or Sony.....great tv's but after further research we find that Vizio is right up there with Sony, Samsung and LG. Still I don't know....Vizio.....really? Oh yeah Really. All the quality, but for the price of a 60" we get a 70" and it's a smart tv (wifi,internet, netflix, etc).Now we search for the price Walmart by far, or so we thought.......We found this at a Costco, same price but with an instant rebate a little less. Plus, a 5 year extended warranty that covers everything including home repair, for just $99! Best Buy want $429 for a 4 year and Walmart $149 for 3 years. Needless to say we got it at Costco.But if you don't belong to Costco, Walmart is still the way to go.So, tech part of the review.....We have Directv with HDMI connected.....amazing picture! Absolutely no blurring with fast action......Just Amazing. We have PS3 for gaming and BluRay.....WOW! I thought the Directv looked good...1080P on the BluRays......WOW X AMAZING! Sound through the TV speakers is OK. Not bad, but not Awesome either. Perfectly ok for regular TV viewing. We run the audio using a Digital Optic line to our receiver to get DTS, THX or Dolby when we want the super heart pounding noise to accompany the stunning picture!As for long term, I guess we will find out. Some of the reviews on other websites have claimed long life with previous Vizio's, and I guess we will see.For now totally satified and even impressed with this TV! 12/09/2012
    Rated 5 out of 5★ by 70 INCH VIZIO I just purchased this TV this week. I have a VIZIO in every room of my house so I was not worried about my purchase of this beast. It is very big and the definition is amazing. I mounted this TV on a Hometrends Sparta black 3 in 1 TV stand you also can find this on walmart.com. It says its for up to a 55 but trust me this stand is a rock and the actual mount it holds up to 150 lbps and the TV only weighs 80 and is not wobbly what so ever. It says on VIZIO web site to use ten millimeter length bolts I used twenty millimeter length because if u want to mount this to a TV stand I WOULD NEVER TRUST SUCH A SHORT BOLT that only went in the back one or two threads I could not be happier with my purchase I have included a picture as well sorry bout the mess still doing my rearranging and wiring on this massive monster this is every mans dream TV!!!!!!!!!!!! 07/26/2013
    Rated 5 out of 5★ by Simply Amazing. Perfect Tv I bought this Tv during Cyber week for $1700 and I cannot say enough good things about this Tv. I upgraded from a 46" samsung, and this Tv is a different beast. So, much bigger and so much better. Its got a matte finished screen, not a gloss screen which is perfect in rooms with a lot of windows. Also, I use it to game a lot (black ops) and when you turn the game mode on and turn off all the other motion stuff there is absolutely NO input lag, which was one of my main concerns when buying this. Its perfect in every aspect, I would highly recommend this TV without a doubt. 12/19/2012
    Rated 4 out of 5★ by Good TV for the Price I purchased this Vizio 70" TV and its slightly smaller brother, the 60" Vizio E601i-A3, on Thanksgiving Day. Both were on sale at really good prices. They are identical except for the screen size. Both are really good TV's for their price but in general I would recommend the 60" over the 70". Here's why...Unless you are planning to watch most of your viewing content from a Blu-Ray player, the 60" Vizio is a better bet. The 60" Vizio produces what appears to be a superior picture from cable, satellite, and off-air broadcast reception. In other words, from everything that is NOT true 1080p resolution. Why? Well, there appears to be a size-related tipping point where "flaws" in lower resolution formats become much more noticeable and annoying. For Vizio TV's, this tipping point occurs between their 60" and 70" models. I suspect this is also true for most if not all other TV manufacturers as well. What I mean by "flaws" are things such as ghosting, artifacts, jittering, etc. To be sure, these "flaws" are there in the 60" but because the screen is smaller, they are much less noticeable. In fact, you probably would not even notice them on the 60" unless you put both TV's next to each other (as I did), see them on the 70", and then look long and hard at the 60" until you find them there too.At a true 1080p HD resolution, the picture quality on both Vizio sets is identical and the 70" really comes into its own because of the extra real estate. But keep in mind that only a Blu-ray player with a Blu-ray disc in it can produce a true 1080p HD signal. Everything else (cable HD, satellite HD, broadcast HD, and regular DVD players) is at best 1080i or 720p, or even just standard definition (480p). Generally, most people spend much more time watching cable, satellite, or broadcast TV as compared to watching movies on their Blu-ray players. As such, the extra cost of the 70" is just not worth it. At the time of this review, the price of the 70" Vizio was about twice the price of the 60" Vizio.Both the 70" and 60" Vizio TV's will require some tinkering to the picture settings to get a better picture. Their 60" and 70" models seem to come with factory picture settings that most folks just don't like. Not sure why Vizio has not addressed this issue. There are many posts on the Internet for the recommended settings but be careful as many of these posts are total nonsense. My personal observation is that the Backlight, Brightness, Sharpness, Color Temperature, Red Gain, Green Gain, Red Offset, and Blue Offset must all be adjusted to obtain a good picture. Once these adjustments are made, the picture is as good as any other TV brand in this price class. You would need to spend more to get a TV with a noticeably better picture.One last thing about the Vizio TV's... the "Zoom" screen mode size is not adjustable. It's either on or off. The zoom feature is used to help fill the TV screen when you are watching anything other than a 16:9 image format. My older LG TV has an adjustable zoom which allows me to gradually increase the amount of zoom until the screen is filled without over-zooming (cutting off some of the top, bottom, left, or right sides of the image). Turning on the non-adjustable zoom on the Vizio's frequently results in loosing small portions off the top and bottom (and sometimes the left and right) areas of the screen. A minor annoyance but still an annoyance.In summary, I would recommend either of these two Vizio's TV's. However, based on the reasons noted above, I would recommend the 60" over the 70" model and use the substantial cost savings to purchase the Vizio S4251 5.1 surround sound system and a Sony BDP-S3100 Blu-ray player. Yes, the cost difference is that much! 01/08/2014
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