VIZIO SmartCast M-Series M50-D1 50" Ultra HD 2160p 120Hz Home Theater Display (4K x 2K)

VIZIO SmartCast M-Series M50-D1 50" Ultra HD 2160p 120Hz Home Theater Display (4K x 2K)

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  • 49.5" diagonal screen size
  • HDMI Inputs: 4
  • Wall-mountable
  • VIZIO SmartCast with Google Cast
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    Introducing the all-new VIZIO SmartCast M-Series 50-Inch Ultra HD HDR Home Theater Display. Part of the revolutionary VIZIO SmartCast collection with High Dynamic Range and Google Cast built-in, the M-Series features a powerful six-inch Android tablet remote preinstalled with the ingenious VIZIO SmartCast app that lets you browse content by genre across multiple apps all at once. What you love won't change, but how you experience it will never be the same again.

    Note: You must have a source of HD programming in order to take full advantage of the VIZIO SmartCast M-Series M50-D1. Contact your local cable or satellite TV provider for details on how to upgrade. If you use an external antenna to watch local over-the-air broadcast TV signals, a TV tuner is required and sold separately.

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    Introducing the all-new VIZIO SmartCast M-Series 50-Inch Ultra HD HDR Home Theater Display. Part of the revolutionary VIZIO SmartCast collection with High Dynamic Range and Google Cast built-in, the M-Series features a powerful six-inch Android tablet remote preinstalled with the ingenious VIZIO SmartCast app that lets you browse content by genre across multiple apps all at once. What you love won't change, but how you experience it will never be the same again.

    Note: You must have a source of HD programming in order to take full advantage of the VIZIO SmartCast M-Series M50-D1. Contact your local cable or satellite TV provider for details on how to upgrade. If you use an external antenna to watch local over-the-air broadcast TV signals, a TV tuner is required and sold separately.


    VIZIO SmartCast M-Series M50-D1 50" Ultra HD 2160p 120Hz Home Theater Display (4K x 2K):

    • 50" LCD panel
      With a 3840 x 2160 Ultra HD resolution (4K x 2K)
    • True 16:9 aspect ratio
      View your movies as the director intended
    • Wide 176-degree vertical and 176-degree horizontal angles
      See a clear picture from anywhere in the room
    • HDMI Inputs: 4
      Enjoy a superior HD experience with HDMI, the one cable audio/video solution
    • 49.5" screen measured diagonally from corner to corner
    • Wall-mountable
      VESA standard 200mm x 200mm
    • Built-in WiFi
      VIZIO SmartCast with Google Cast
    • 6" Android Tablet Remote

    TV stand sold separately. See all TV stands.

    TV mount sold separately. See all TV mounts.

    Tuner-Free Home Theater Displays: VIZIO Home theater displays play content from nearly all of your content sources, like most cable/satellite set-top boxes, game consoles, Blu-ray players and more. Use the included HDMI cable for the best quality connection to your high-definition entertainment devices. Note: If you use an external rabbit ear antenna to watch local over-the-air broadcast TV signals, a TV tuner is required and sold separately.

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    Aspect Ratio: 16:9
    Backlight Type: LED
    Is Remote Control Included: Y
    Display Technology: LED
    Resolution: 4K UHD ,  HDTV
    Color Category: Black
    Connector Type: 1 x Component Video, 1 x Ethernet, 4 x HDMI, 1 x Optical Digital Audio, 1 x RCA Audio L+R, 2 x USB 2.0
    Has Integrated Speakers: Y
    Model: M50-D1
    Screen Size: 50 in
    Brand: VIZIO
    Television Type: LED TVs
    Video Game Platform: PC
    Audio Track Codec: DTS StudioSound, DTS TruVolume
    Condition: New
    Manufacturer Part Number: M50-D1
    Color: Black
    Refresh Rate: 120 Hz
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 44.40 x 8.70 x 27.98 Inches
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    DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY
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    Platform
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    PICTURE QUALITY
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    Processor
    Tuner
    Tuner
    Refresh Rate
    Refresh Rate
    Clear Action
    Clear Action
    Backlight
    Backlight
    Resolution
    Resolution
    Active LED Zones
    Active LED Zones
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    CONNECTIVITY
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    USB In
    HDMI In
    HDMI In
    Ethernet
    Ethernet
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    Component
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    Bluetooth
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    Wi-Fi
    AUDIO
    AUDIO
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    VIZIO SmartCast™ M-Series 50” Class Ultra HD HDR Home Theater Display™
     
    50", 55", 60", 65", 70", 80"
    50", 55", 60", 65", 70", 80"
     
    SmartCast™
    SmartCast™
     
    V4
    V4
    No
    No
    120Hz
    120Hz
    360
    360
    Full-Array LED
    Full-Array LED
    Ultra HD - 3840x2160
    Ultra HD - 3840x2160
    32
    32
     
    2
    2
    4
    4
    1
    1
    1
    1
    4.1 LE
    4.1 LE
    Yes, 802.11ac Dual Band
    Yes, 802.11ac Dual Band
     
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    VIZIO D-Series 50" Class (49.50" Diag.) LED Smart TV
     
    24", 28", 32", 39", 40", 43", 48", 50", 55", 58", 60", 65", 70"
    24", 28", 32", 39", 40", 43", 48", 50", 55", 58", 60", 65", 70"
     
    V.I.A. Plus®
    V.I.A. Plus®
     
    V1
    V1
    Yes
    Yes
    120Hz
    120Hz
    240
    240
    Full-Array LED
    Full-Array LED
    1920 x 1080 (1080p)
    1920 x 1080 (1080p)
    12
    12
     
    1
    1
    3
    3
    1
    1
    1
    1
    N/A
    N/A
    Yes
    Yes
     
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    VIZIO D-Series 50” Class (49.5” Diag.) Ultra HD Full-Array LED Smart TV
     
    24", 28", 32", 39", 40", 43", 48", 50", 55", 58", 60", 65", 70"
    24", 28", 32", 39", 40", 43", 48", 50", 55", 58", 60", 65", 70"
     
    V.I.A. Plus®
    V.I.A. Plus®
     
    V6
    V6
    Yes
    Yes
    120Hz
    120Hz
    240
    240
    Full-Array LED
    Full-Array LED
    Ultra HD - 3840 x 2160
    Ultra HD - 3840 x 2160
    12
    12
     
    1
    1
    5
    5
    1
    1
    1
    1
    N/A
    N/A
    Yes, 802.11 ac
    Yes, 802.11 ac
     
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    VIZIO SmartCast™ E-Series 50” (49.50”) Class HDTV
     
    32", 40", 43", 48", 50", 55", 60", 65", 70"
    32", 40", 43", 48", 50", 55", 60", 65", 70"
     
    SmartCast™
    SmartCast™
     
    V6
    V6
    Yes
    Yes
    120Hz
    120Hz
    240
    240
    Full-Array LED
    Full-Array LED
    FHD - 1920x1080
    FHD - 1920x1080
    12
    12
     
    1
    1
    3
    3
    1
    1
    1
    1
    4.1 LE
    4.1 LE
    Yes
    Yes
     
    No
    No
    Yes
    Yes
    VIZIO SmartCast™ E-Series 50” Class Ultra HD Home Theater Display™
     
    32", 40", 43", 48", 50", 55", 60", 65", 70"
    32", 40", 43", 48", 50", 55", 60", 65", 70"
     
    SmartCast™
    SmartCast™
     
    V8
    V8
    No
    No
    120Hz
    120Hz
    240
    240
    Full Array LED
    Full Array LED
    Ultra HD - 3840x2160
    Ultra HD - 3840x2160
    12
    12
     
    2
    2
    4
    4
    1
    1
    1
    1
    N/A
    N/A
    Yes
    Yes
     
    No
    No
    Yes
    Yes
    VIZIO SmartCast™ P-Series™ 50” Class Ultra HD HDR Home Theater Display
     
    50", 55", 65", 75"
    50", 55", 65", 75"
     
    SmartCast™
    SmartCast™
     
    V8
    V8
    No
    No
    120Hz
    120Hz
    480
    480
    Full-Array LED
    Full-Array LED
    1920x1080
    1920x1080
    126
    126
     
    2
    2
    5
    5
    1
    1
    1
    1
    4.1 LE
    4.1 LE
    802.11ac Dual Band
    802.11ac Dual Band
     
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
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    Amazing High-End Features, Without The High Price!
    11/8/2016

    Customer review by Boxster126

    5.0 stars 11/8/2016 by Boxster126
    by Boxster126

    VIZIO sent me this display in exchange for a review. If you've been looking to purchase a Smart TV, there's no smarter choice than the VIZIO M50-D1 SmartCast Home Theater Display. Unlike other TVs which have popular apps (Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, etc) built into the TV, the VIZIO M50-D1 takes a different approach entirely, building Google Cast support into each set. This allows you to stream your favorite content from 1000+ apps right to the big screen using the included 6″ Android Tablet Remote! In addition, this set features 4K Ultra HD resolution, High Dynamic Range w/ Dolby Vision support, and full-array LED backlighting with up to 64 active LED zones. How they are able to offer such a feature-packed TV for $849 (or less, depending on where you purchase it from) is beyond me, but I'm not complaining. The picture quality is great (once you properly calibrate it), Google Cast is a game changer, and UHD 4K stuff looks incredible. The audio is adequate given the TV's thin profile, but a sound bar definitely helps. Overall, I couldn't be happier with this set, and I highly recommend this to anyone looking for a quality TV without breaking the bank!

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Great picture, cool tablet remote
    10/13/2016

    Customer review by gadgeteer

    5.0 stars 10/13/2016 by gadgeteer
    by gadgeteer

    Vizio sent me a M50-D1 in exchange for a review. I’m very happy with the VIZIO M50-D1 SmartCast Ultra HD Home Theater Display. From the ease of setup to the ultra-convenient 6″ Android tablet remote control and SmartCast feature that allows me to find and watch my favorite shows, to the gorgeous UHD 4K image that makes all my favorite shows and movies a joy to watch. If your’e shopping for a new display for your home theater, definitely take a look at VIZIO’s M-series displays. I know you’ll be as impressed as I am.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Solid 4K Display with Dual HDR Format Support
    10/12/2016

    Customer review by EBMG

    5.0 stars 10/12/2016 by EBMG
    by EBMG

    Review Statement: The author of this review received a sample unit from the manufacturer for the purposes of this review in exchange for the review. If you are like me and possibly have looked down at the Vizio brand in the past in favor of more expensive, well known brands, I can assure you that you can put your fears aside when it comes to the company’s new SmartCast M-Series 4K UHD displays. I have been blown away by the level of quality packed into this very affordable 4K display, which comes loaded with future proof technologies that the big brands don’t have yet (HDR10 and Dolby Vision support), and is close to half of the asking price of similar models by companies not called Vizio. The whole SmartCast system adds a new way to interact with your display, and makes the experience feel very familiar thanks to the inclusion of a 6″ Android tablet remote. Luckily you can download and install the Vizio SmartCast app to your own iOS or Android device if you’re not a fan of the included remote, or you can just use your current streaming hardware like the Amazon Fire TV, Roku, or an app enabled gaming console with one of the display’s four HDMI ports. In terms of picture quality the SmartCast M-Series 50″ outputs crystal clear UHD content that really looks vibrant thanks to the HDR10 and Dolby Vision support (content dependent). The picture is bright and lit uniformly thanks to the Full-Array local dimming technology it employs, so it looks good in both well lit and darker rooms. It really does offer next level display technology for an affordable price with a bit of future proofing built into it. The biggest downsides are the lack of HDMI 2.0 ports (only 1 included), and the lack of an OTA TV tuner, but there is hardware out there to make up for these omissions, albeit with a bit of cost being factored in to the overall asking price. Vizio has hit a homer with the SmartCast M-Series, and has made me change my tune on the brand moving forward. I can wholeheartedly recommend the 50″ model, as it is the one I tested, but I have faith the larger models, or the slightly more expensive P-Series displays, will feature the same level of quality in bigger and better packages. I have learned my lesson, which is don’t judge a tech company by its cover, because Vizio is more than just a brand for discount stores and frugal spenders. Plus they give you a free HDMI cable in every box, what other tech company does that!

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Great 4K Display with HDR Support for a Low Price
    10/11/2016

    Customer review by EntertainmentBuddha

    5.0 stars 10/11/2016 by EntertainmentBuddha
    by EntertainmentBuddha

    If you are like me and possibly have looked down at the Vizio brand in the past in favor of more expensive, well known brands, I can assure you that you can put your fears aside when it comes to the company’s new SmartCast M-Series 4K UHD displays. I have been blown away by the level of quality packed into this very affordable 4K display, which comes loaded with future proof technologies that the big brands don’t have yet (HDR10 and Dolby Vision support), and is close to half of the asking price of similar models by companies not called Vizio. The whole SmartCast system adds a new way to interact with your display, and makes the experience feel very familiar thanks to the inclusion of a 6″ Android tablet remote. Luckily you can download and install the Vizio SmartCast app to your own iOS or Android device if you’re not a fan of the included remote, or you can just use your current streaming hardware like the Amazon Fire TV, Roku, or an app enabled gaming console with one of the display’s four HDMI ports. In terms of picture quality the SmartCast M-Series 50″ outputs crystal clear UHD content that really looks vibrant thanks to the HDR10 and Dolby Vision support (content dependent). The picture is bright and lit uniformly thanks to the Full-Array local dimming technology it employs, so it looks good in both well lit and darker rooms. It really does offer next level display technology for an affordable price with a bit of future proofing built into it. The biggest downsides are the lack of HDMI 2.0 ports (only 1 included), and the lack of an OTA TV tuner, but there is hardware out there to make up for these omissions, albeit with a bit of cost being factored in to the overall asking price. Vizio has hit a homer with the SmartCast M-Series, and has made me change my tune on the brand moving forward. I can wholeheartedly recommend the 50″ model, as it is the one I tested, but I have faith the larger models, or the slightly more expensive P-Series displays, will feature the same level of quality in bigger and better packages. I have learned my lesson, which is don’t judge a tech company by its cover, because Vizio is more than just a brand for discount stores and frugal spenders. Plus they give you a free HDMI cable in every box, what other tech company does that!

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    EntertainmentBuddha
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Mostly satisfied after a month of testing
    10/28/2016

    Customer review by nopking

    4.0 stars 10/28/2016 by nopking
    by nopking

    Hi, my name is Paul, I’m a gadget reviewer, and I received the VIZIO SmartCast M50-D1 50” Home Theater Display in exchange for posting a review. I’m under no obligation to be nice to the product, just factually correct. TL;DR version review is "Good. If you don't need the tablet they've got a less expensive version, if you go up a few inches the active dimming has more zones, you'll probably like it". The month+ long review follows that I had to cut down by 2000 words to fit on Walmart.com. [Setup] The M50-D1 ships with a little tablet you can use as a remote control. I signed into my Google account on it, then had to update Play Services and a few other things, then was able to launch the VIZIO control app which needed to download a firmware update for the TV once it was up and running. All in all with all the updates and downloads on a 250mbit connection (yes, I’ve got business class, why do you ask?) I believe I was up and running with the newest everything in 20 minutes. [The tablet] The tablet is kind of a sweet little Android device. Seems fairly responsive, but it’s slower than my phone (HTC 10,) less storage than my three year old tablet (Nexus 9,) and generally is included I believe with the thinking that you’re going to use it mostly as a remote, which can be great. It’s also got wireless Qi charging and a stand, which is kind of cool and looks slick. [The IR remote] The unit comes with a little scaled down remote with between seven and eleven buttons depending on how you’re counting. Power, link, picture mode, aspect ratio, input, mute, volumes and channel up and down, and play/pause. I’ve found that the only thing I use the IR remote for after a month of using this product is to change the picture mode for my XBOX One S from game to vivid or calibrated when I’m watching UHD. [The built in speakers] Not a fan. I'd advise a sound bar. [The main course] Warning: the following review is by a red/green colorblind tech with better than 20/20 vision. As such I can’t reliably comment on the color reproduction. Wife claims it’s the right color pallet, looks good to me. I decided to compare four things on both the M50-D1 and my 55inch I purchased elsewhere. The first involved watching DirecTV and a meh-bandwidth channel that my wife wanted to watch (E!) and seeing how the native upscaling/dynamic range adjustments, black levels, etc fared. Based on my observations it looked better on the M50-D1 than my other TV (TCL 55up150,) which is also a 2016 model and can be found at club stores. Three comparisons involved an XBOX One S playing two different UHD movies (Watchmen The Ultimate Cut 4K, and The Martian 4K,) and also Gears of War 4 completely through when it was eventually released. Watchmen I really didn’t notice a difference between the two TVs, it seemed dark, grainy, and somewhat unpolished on both. I think that’s what they were going for as the animated segments were crisp. The Martian ended up being spectacular, being able to see grains of sand, a range of colors and textures I’d not seen outside of the Consumer Electronics Showcase on several thousand dollar displays. I’m guessing the big issue with The Martian looking better is the HDR display. The XBOX One S claims the M50-D1 supports HDR, and my other TV it says I’m out of luck in that regard. Gears of War 4 looked slightly better on the M50-D1, but not anything particularly stunning. I tried a few modes (vivid, game, custom,) and it otherwise looked pretty decent in all. I *think* in game mode I noticed a lack of blurring on the M50-D1 with the 120 refresh, but I may just be tripping here. [Thoughts] On value I’ll point out that I’m comparing a MSRP $849.99 50inch 2016 4K TV to a 55inch 4K TV that I picked up at a club store for $479.99. Obviously MSRPs don’t mean much as the TV is currently selling for whatever it’s selling for now (as of this review, $700, while my other TV is now currently rocking a $580 price tag, so I’m going to call this a $120 price difference for 5” less, lack of a TV tuner, better picture, and a 6” tablet). For me the tablet is a non-issue as I have more Android devices than you can shake a stick at and this tablet does little that any of them can’t do, except look cool while wirelessly charging. The 8gb storage is very limiting and unless I’m mistaken it’s not expandable. A tablet with this particular set of specs ranges between $37 and $60 bucks from what I can locate so let’s call it a $50 accessory that ships with the unit and that puts you at about $70 over one of the best deals on a good display I have run across. My wife has pointed out that if you aren’t particularly married to technology like I am that addition of a dedicated TV tablet would be great. She used her parents repeatedly as an example. And the picture is great in my opinion… however I’m a colorblind guy who’s going for crispness and black levels, and your eyes may vary. [Dislikes / room for improvement] I’m not a fan of the power input being on the far side of the TV. I’d like to have all my cables going down so I can sleeve them on one side, but this seems to be industry standard on all flatscreens. While the two rear-mounted USB ports are fairly accessible, a 6” extension cable would have been nice for the pesky odd sized items. Especially since the ports are recessed a few inches back from the edges of the TV. If you slap in a USB stick with a couple of movies on it there’s currently no evident way to control it other than a play/pause on the IR remote. I’m told nearly nobody uses multiple movies on a USB, but who knows. I really hate they shipped a tablet with no IR blaster to handle your remote casting needs. This means the unit ships with two remote controls (depending on your definition,) neither of them may be capable of controlling your IR-based tuner/audio/etc. Then again, that’s just another $10 or so for an IR blaster. Was not a fan of the leg screws. Would like to see hand tighten screws as opposed to having to break out the drill. The built-in speakers pain me, however this is a near universal complaint I have against every flat screen I’ve ever played with. The only exception being a very expensive and amazing Bose brand flat screen. While HDCP is v2.2 across the machine, the HDMI ports are not all the same. Port 1 is a v2.0, ports 2-4 are v1.4. The clock rate on the first claims to be 600MHz and on 2-4 it’s listed as 340MHz. Realistically I did not see much of a difference, but as 4K inputs grow you’re probably going to be having to decide which product gets the higher speed port. I’m basing this entirely on specs I’m seeing, I had no problem with this. Riffing off of the above according to the VIZIO app HDMI color subsampling is only available on HDMI1. I believe this means your UHD HDR content needs to be tacked onto the first input or it’s not going to look as good. The display does not appear to auto-tune to an HDMI input when I power up a device. Not a dealbreaker but would be nice to power on device X and have the unit ask if I wanted to switch to it. It does appear to switch to a USB stick when inserted, but that seems to be the only switching it does on its own. You can name inputs in the app and they’ll appear on the display when you’re switching so you don’t have to remember which input has what. [Considering I got it for free, would I have bought it?] Yes and no. I think the tablet is neat, but it’s not particularly useful to me, at least with the current software and ability of most of my other devices to handle it using the manufacturer’s VIZIO Smartcast app (available in the Play Store and App Store.) I’m told there’s a version without the tablet (the E50u,) which is a couple hundred cheaper and the same product. I’m not going to speculate what deviceless me would have done as, well, that’s not me. If you want that tablet in your life, it is pretty nice. Every time I pick up my HTC 10 and look over at that tablet I fear that it must feel bad knowing it will never be loved. If the price were at where I expect it would be without the tablet, yes. It would have been the TV I purchased (or the 55 or 60 inch version of it,) rather than my current one. It does look better, and the price is decent, and I’ve had good experiences with VIZIO products in the past.

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