VIZIO 65” Class LED Smart TV with Theater 3D®
MODEL NUMBER: M3D650SV Model Features:
- Theater 3D™ - Crystal clear, flicker-free 3D
- VIZIO Internet Apps® with built-in WiFi
- Includes 4 pairs of VIZIO 3D glasses
- 120Hz refresh rate
- Edge Lit Razor LED™
- Enhanced 2-sided remote with keyboard
- 1,000,000 to 1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
- 1080p Full HD
- SRS StudioSound HD™
- Ambient Light Sensing technology
- Meets ENERGY STAR® 5.3 guidelines
- Four HDMI® ports
Bring that intense 3D movie experience home with VIZIO’s 65” Theater 3D™ LCD HDTV. Winner of Popular Science’s Best of What’s New 2011, Theater 3D™ is advanced, flicker-free 3D that’s better and brighter than conventional 3D. With four free pairs of battery-free 3D glasses, this HDTV puts next-generation 3D well within reach.
Featuring Edge Lit Razor LED™ backlighting, 120Hz refresh rate, 1,000,000 to 1 DCR and 1080p Full HD, this superb HDTV displays both 3D and HD content with amazing clarity, color and contrast. And VIZIO makes no compromises when it comes to sound with SRS StudioSound HD™.
Also includes VIZIO Internet Apps® and built-in 802.11n WiFi, giving you the convenience of on-demand movies, TV shows, social networking, music, photos, and more—all at the push of a button on the smart remote with keyboard.
VIZIO Internet Apps® (V.I.A.)
Theater 3D™ Glasses
Edge Lit Razor LED™
1080P FULL HD
SRS StudioSound HD™
Dynamic Contrast Ratio
*Works in most movie theaters
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION FOR WATCHING 3D CONTENT
You may experience discomfort while watching 3D content. You may feel symptoms of eye strain, vision fatigue, color or depth distortion, motion sickness, nausea, dizziness, disorientation, or other discomforts. If you experience any of these symptoms, stop watching television and take a break for at least thirty minutes before resuming. If the symptoms are severe or continue even after you have stopped watching television, consult a doctor.
Even if you do not experience any of these symptoms, take regular breaks from watching 3D content.
Take care to monitor children’s watching of 3D content. Children (including teenagers) may be more at risk of experiencing discomfort while watching 3D content and less likely to report symptoms. Monitor children’s television viewing and watch for signs of discomfort.
Some viewers may be susceptible to epileptic seizures or strokes when viewing 3D images, even if those conditions have not been previously diagnosed. If you or anyone in your family has a history of seizures or strokes, or if you have any other reason to think you or someone under your supervision may be susceptible to epileptic seizures or strokes, consult a doctor before watching 3D content.
|Screen Size:||65" Class|
|Backlight Type:||Edge Lit Razor LED™|
|Colors:||1.06 billion (10-bit)|
|Dynamic Contrast Ratio:||1,000,000:1|
|Response Time:||5.5 ms|
|Viewable Angle (H/V):||178°/178°|
|OSD Language:||English, Spanish, French|
|SRS TruSurround HD™:||Yes|
|Speakers/Power Output:||2 x 15W|
|Connections - Inputs|
|Composite:||1 (shared with component input)|
|PC:||1 VGA (bottom); DVI via HDMI|
|RF Antenna:||1 (bottom)|
|USB Ports:||2 (side)|
|Connections - Outputs|
|Digital Audio Out (SPDIF)||1 (side)|
|Analog Audio Out||1 (3.5mm) (side)|
|VIA (VIZIO Internet Apps):||Yes|
|3D File Formats Supported:||Yes|
|Ambient Light Sensor:||Yes|
|PIP (Picture in Picture):||No|
|Remote Control:||Enhanced 2-sided remote with keyboard|
|3D Glasses:||4 pairs of VIZIO 3D glasses|
|Certifications:||CSA, CSA-US, FCC Class B, BQB, HDMI v1.4 incl. CEC/ARC, App certificates, Dolby Digital Plus|
|Compliance:||Energy Star 5.3, ATSC Spec A/65, EIA/CEA-766-A, California Energy Commission Auto Shut Down|
|Net With Stand:||104.9lbs|
|With Stand:||60.9”W x 40.9”H x 16.1”D|
|Without Stand:||60.9”W x 38.5”H x 2.3”D|
|Packaging Dimensions:||64.7”W x 41.9”H x 2.3”D|
|Wall Mount Specifications|
|Hole Pattern:||400mm x 600mm|
|Standby Power Consumption:||<1W|
|Energy Compliance:||ENERGY STAR® 5.3|
|VIZIO Warranty||One Year Parts & Labor; Free Lifetime Technical Support|
VIZIO, Inc. has made every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information provided herein. All product specifications, functionality, features, configurations, performance, design and other product information described herein are subject to change without notice. VIZIO, Inc. disclaims liability for typographical, technical, or descriptive errors
- great tv Review by rpeery
Great tv. I have the higher priced vizio soundbar with subwoofer both mounted on the wall with cables in the wall. Movies and video games are great in 3d. I leave the tv speakers off and just use the soundbar. The sound is great. Very happy with both purchases.
(Posted on 1/2/13)
- Vizio 3D TV (M3D650SV) Review by caps68
Just got this tv out of lay-a-way today at walmart, I have it on the wall and it looks great and I could not be more happy. Just can't understand how I went to Wal-mart and they just had 1 in the back, but when I went to there web site, it said not available at this time. All I can say is good for me that they had one just for me. I already have 55" 240HZ TV (M550SV), and 3- 32" 60HZ TV (E321VL). I love them all. I also just got the Vizio 40" 2.0 Home Theater Sound Bar (SB4020E-AO), I now have the sound bar hook up to the 65" 3D TV, It sounds so good together. Well I would give it a 10 out of 10.
(Posted on 12/15/12)
- Great TV for price and viewing Review by cemoto
I had been researching replacing my Samsung 50 in plasma TV with something larger and of better quality. I had the Samsung for 3.5 years and suddenly a horizontal line appeared across the entire screen. Shortly thereafter a couple of other lines started to show up. I checked online about this and found this was a common issue with the Samsung Plasma TV and the fix would be around $700-$800.
When checking into a replacement I wanted at least a 55" size and LED/LCD. I was interested in Wi-Fi but didn't really care too much for the 3D aspect. When looking at the floor models at Sam's Club I was impressed with the pictures of most of the TV's, but when I saw the Vizio 65" model sitting next to the latest greatest Samsung 55" Smart TV the Vizio had the best picture between the two. Having time on my hands, I took hold of both the remotes to the two, the Samsung and the Vizio, and started to adjust the pictures. The Vizio had the better picture hands down. I was sold right then and there. The wife and I have been enjoying this TV for over a month and every time we turn it on we are still extremely impressed with the picture. We couldn't be happier and highly recommend this TV, you will NOT be disappointed.
We haven't tried the 3D yet, but if it is anything like the wonderful regular HD picture I'm sure this will knock our socks off.
Best part is the Vizio was $400.00 less than the Samsung and we got a 65 inch compared to the higher priced Samsung 55inch. Buy it and enjoy!!!!
(Posted on 11/17/12)
- Great Deal on a great TV Review by Shar3411h
We have been looking for a new TV for about 3 months, checking prices, etc.. We went today to Sam's Club determined to get a TV this time. After walking around we had almost settled on a 55 in. Vizio for $1348 (No wifi or 3D). I began to wander and went over to the closeout section because I saw some TV's sitting there. Well much to my surprise there was this 65" Vizio display model "as is" for $1318.71. When we asked, we were told no remote, no 3D glasses, no owners book. We knew we could find the manual on line but the young man who was helping us said "I can find a Vizio remote to at least turn it on and off". It appeared to have a scratch on the screen but upon inspection it was something that came right off with a little elbow grease. But the young man said "I need it gone so I'll mark down to $1100". I told him make it $1000 and we'll take it. He said the lowest he could go was $1025.01. To say the least we snatched it up and this great young man found a smart remote in their spare remote box and 3D glasses, so all we were missing was the owners manual. Hey for that price I can handle it!
We've got it all hooked up and WOW is is great! Love the Vizio!!!
(Posted on 11/10/12)
- What a deal! Review by StilettoSpy
We bought ours at Sam's and got the display model. SO, We got our for only $1139. We just lucked into walking in the store at the right time and they had JUST reduced it. Never believed that we could get this huge monstrous TV in 3D for that price. I bet we won't have any trouble getting people to come over for super bowl.
(Posted on 11/8/12)
- Can't get off the sofa Review by Greg
Without doubt I think this is the very best television on the market today. I put it on the wall with help of a friend and had no problem doing so. There is plenty of room to get your hand up to make the connection after the TV is hung. (Just make sure that you have the wires pre-hung through the wall and down past where the TV bottom will be.) The picture is absolutely the very best picture I have ever seen and that is not even the 3D, hasn’t seen the 3D yet but can only imagine how special it will look. For the money, for the price, for the enjoyment you can’t go wrong with this choice.
(Posted on 10/27/12)
- VIZIO TVs ARE AWESOME Review by HOUSEMAN0426
I have two Vizio TV in my home at the present time. and Im convince, Vizio has got a customer for life. The Vizio M- Series 65 inch 3d tv is awesome. the picture just blows you away. Thanks Vizio for making a great product. No complaints at all so far.
(Posted on 8/5/12)
- Very Happy Review by oldwrench
I jumped on the Walmart deal in Jan. Installed myself in new to us house with no problems. Only things I've had problems with are the glare which I corrected by not tilting screen down as far leave it a little flatter to the wall.The other was wireless connection but that too was an easy fix with a better router. Picture and sound have been great, controls OK. I stream Netflix almost daily with little or no trouble.I have three Vizio TVs and two Blurays Plus a sound bar. All good products.
(Posted on 7/18/12)
- Absolutely Incredible TV & now $1649 at Walmart! Review by Jason M
So for quite some time now I’ve been toying with the idea of replacing my old Sony Non-HD TV in my family room. I have a 50” Panasonic in my bedroom and I wanted something really big for the family to enjoy. I have stayed away from the 3d sets because the glasses were such a pain (batteries, weight, etc.) but with the Vizio, the glasses are the same as what you get at the movies and no batteries to worry about.
So I looked around at several TV’s and found the Vizio on sale at Wal-Mart for only $1649.00, what a deal! Looking at the Vizio side by side with the “big brands” the Vizo’s picture definitely was clearer and crisper for a fraction of the cost. So, after swallowing hard and shelling out the cash, I brought the new family member home.
Setup was a breeze and with a bit of help placing the TV on my stand we were up and running within twenty minutes. Once you power the TV on, the easy setup menu appears and guides you through the initial process. One thing to note and this may be a bit silly, but I really was impressed that a full sized screw driver was included to mount the screws for the base. Nice touch Vizio.
After flipping through the channels for a bit and playing with the A/V settings, I decided to try out the app’s that came with the TV. It was easy and fast to link my current Netflix account with the TV, all I did was push the Netflix button on the TV entered a bit of Data and off I went. An hour or so later I was dying to try out the 3D feature on the TV, sadly I didn’t have any 3D blue ray discs but I remembered the Vudu button on the remote, presto! Vudu quickly came up and to my surprise there was a $20.00 credit with my new Vudu account compliments of Vizio. The kids wanted to watch the new Ghost Rider movie in 3D so a few clicks, glasses on and the 3D on this TV was absolutely amazing!
Now I am about a week into ownership of this TV and very happy. Movies, regular TV, and Video Games are wonderful! The only Con is the remote which comes with the TV is not universal so I can’t add any other components to it, bummer because the other features on the remote are excellent! If you are looking for a big 3D TV with all of the bells and whistles which is not going to cost you 4-5K, this is the one for you.
(Posted on 7/15/12)
- Is that price of $1798 @ Walmart correct?? Review by rickymahn!
I viewed this stunning set @ Sams Club this past weekend & I couldn't believe the "already low price of $1978!!!" The Vizio was next to a 70" Sharp Quattron & though they both looked very good I noticed the Vizio was picking up more information; that's more detail in every scene! Was able to see the individual blades of grass on the golf course versus the Sharp seeming to show mostly a green mass.Plus this M series has a really nice/brighter than other sets 3D. With these type of features along with a truly impressive 65" no other led set will come close for bang for the buck. I am going to Walmart to see with my own eyes the $1798,to good to be price!
(Posted on 4/12/12)
- Great TV Review by jonandcrys
Couldn't be more pleased with my purchase other than if I had paid less for it. I was in the market to replace our 47" vizio because after moving, our new living room was so long we could barely see it. Now the only problem I have is the glare from the "glassy" screen and windows behind me. I can live with this as I will put up curtains and blinds. You absolutely cannot beat the walmart price of $1798 for this monster. Similar TVs will run you atleast 2500 bucks and thats ON SALE!!! 3D is a gimmick, but I have to say that I'm happy I got to experience it at home to see what the hype was about. After all, most TVs are going to it anyway.
+ + +
►light weight for easy mounting,
►cool remote (bluetooth, not infrared),
►4 hdmi is plenty with all the other ins and out you'd want (optical, etc),
►decent sound for 2" thick,
►Passive 3D opposed to Active (movie night with friends is dirt cheap, sorta, lol)
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►glossy screen (but that makes the picture clearer im sure so no biggy)
►I don't need apps on my TV, there are plenty of computers here (this is only a negative since it could save money in production, thus lowering prices)
(Posted on 2/13/12)
- great tv Review by ezmoney
Bought my 65 inch 3d at walmart on jan 31st and could not wait to watch. Had it set up in 20 min and love it. Paid 1788.00 and its worth every penny. I now have 9 vizio tv's from the big 65 to the 22 inch. Plus soundbars & dvd players. The big 65 is my favorite. Thanks Vizio
(Posted on 2/11/12)
- Awesome value Review by Okiegrandboater
Purchased this TV Feb 09 2012 to replace our 55" Samsung HDTV (720) rear projection (approx 10 years old). We had been looking at new tv's for about a year but just couldn't choke down the price. Then we saw this TV at Walmart and was amazed at the value. After a few days of research and thinking about it we bit the bullet and took the TV home. Wow was all I can say, fantastic TV quality, the picture is amazing and it's just a great TV I can't imagine my eyes being able to detect a difference between this TV and 5000.00 Tv if there even is one. All I can say is don't waist your money with a "expensive" brand it doesn't get better than this :)!
(Posted on 2/10/12)
- Very nice. Exceptional quality at a reasonable price. Review by D-Man
Purchased this at Walmart February 8, 2012, just a couple hours before the Super Bowl. Offered free delivery but we took it home in our 4-Runner. We had been window-shopping for a 65-inch 3D LED HDTV with internet access for months. We really considered the Vizio XVT series but decided to wait and see if anything new came out since the XVTs had been on the market for some time. We shopped other brands, too, not just Vizio.
When we saw the just-released M series and the price was so much lower than the XVTs, we thought it couldn't be comparable in quality. But after reading a few very good reviews we decided to take one home for the $1,798 Walmart price. Yes, hundreds of dollars less than the cheapest XVT online and even lower than a refurbished XVT.
We couldn't be more pleased with the ease of setup and the picture quality. Yes, we compared lots of HDTV specs. Yes, the high-end Samsungs and Sonys look a little better in the Best-Buy showroom. Those unites are around $5,000 plus you need to buy those expensive active 3D glasses to see 3D on them. What matters is if you are pleased with a TV when you get it home and start watching it.
Pros: Outstanding picture quality with no picture difference on any part of the screen. Even the old black and White Gunsmoke episodes look great. Easy Vizio apps. Simple remote and on-screen menus. After being turned off for ten minutes, the TV shuts down completely. Starting with this M Series, you can even turn the Vizio logo off if it bothers you.
Cons: The screen is reflective. The frame and base aren't anything special to look at. You CAN position your TV to eliminate reflections, and you won't be watching the base. The sound is just okay, but we already had our own sound system.
I enjoy watching the picture on this unit and I am ecstatic that I didn't pay 5 Grand for only a somewhat better TV. Can't speak to the long-term reliability yet, or to the 3D, but this 65-inch Vizio M series HDTV appears to be a great decision.
Did we watch the Super Bowl? Boy, did we watch the Super Bowl!
(Posted on 2/8/12)
- Great so far! Review by Paulyterp
I bought the older model 65" from Costco last November. While walking around Walmart (and 4 days before my return period expired), my fiance noticed that this 65" was $400 less than the older model from Costco. We jumped on this right away and bought the new TV... had it set up at home just before the Super Bowl. Here's what I've noticed so far...
Pros (what's better on the new model):
* There is no red ghosting that was visible and annoying on the old model.
* The smoothing effects seemed to work better.
* The picture in general seems to be a hair sharper.
* There is no edge-lit border around the picture. The older model is significantly brighter around the edges, and that's not a good thing!
* No Bluetooth (but do I really care?)
* The keyboard being behind the remote is annoying.
* The TV does not auto convert to 3D. When you turn to a 3D channel, you have to manually convert to 3D where the older model did the automatically.
* 4 vs. 5 HDMI ports.
the fact that the newer model does not have the red residual image makes ALL the difference. That red blur is something you can't un-see and can get really annoying. Overall, I'm very happy with the Vizio 3D TVs and think they provide an excellent value. But if I were you, I would go with the M series. :-) Hope this helps.
(Posted on 2/6/12)
- LOVE IT! Review by aroufus
Over all excellent purchase. Same panel as the LG unit.
(Posted on 1/30/12)