Vizio M65-E0 LCD Ultra HDTV Review Specs

Dimensions (WxHxD, Inches): 57.6 x 35.8 x 10.9 (with stand); 57.6 x 33.1 x 2.5 (without stand)
Weight (Pounds): 57.3 (with stand); 55.3 (without stand)
Video Inputs: HDMI 2.0a (1, with ARC), HDMI 1.4 (3), component video (1)
Audio Outputs: Optical digital audio (1), minijack analog stereo (1)
Other: LAN (1), USB (1) Price: $1,100

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Billy's picture

There is no excuse to omit a tuner. How much could that cost anyway? There are times, esp. in the country, when the internet is down, so streaming is not available. Plus, local newscasts, stuff like that, are important. I do not want a world where this proliferates and the Feds use it as an excuse to auction off the TV radio spectrum, forever dooming us to bought programming, leaving us at the mercy of the rich boys. Who is the 12 year old idiot making these choices? Those guys in Silicon Valley are out of touch with real people. Maybe all the hype they create excites all the youngsters, but those of us with a little life experience can think for ourselves, and are not slaves to those artificially created trends that make the 1% so very very rich.

patrick's picture

As opposed to Billy whom doesn't like the fact there is no tuner, I love it. The reason I don't want a tuner or any "smart" functions is simple. The screen lasts a lot longer than other technologies, especially "smart" functions, they expire in a year or two at most. As for tuners, there are too many to account for and all of them raise costs. ATSC, NTSC, SECAM and PAL, then for digital you have DVB-T (three types), DVB-C and DVB-S. DVB-T is already succeeded by DVB-T2. So omitting the tuner in favour of an external one via HDMI makes sense. The lack of multiple HDMI inputs does not. Removing that tuner also removes the need to produce different models for different regions; I wish other manufacturers will follow this trend.