42” Class LCD Smart TV
MODEL NUMBER: E422VA Model Features:
- 42.02” diagonal
- Full HD
- VIZIO Internet Apps™
- Built-in WiFi 802.11n
- 50,000 to 1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
- SRS TruVolume™
- SRS TruSurroundHD™ audio
- Ambient Light Sensing technology
VIZIOs 42” Class (42.02” Diag.) LCD HDTV with VIZIO Internet Apps™ combines high definition technology and the best of the web together in VIZIO’s sleek signature style.
Enjoy the convenience of on-demand movies, TV shows, social networking, music, photos and more at the push of a button. The built-in WiFi (802.11n) receiver easily connects you to the internet while Full 1080p HD provides superior picture quality. SRS TruVolume™ eliminates volume inconsistencies while SRS TruSurroundHD™ provides virtual high definition surround sound.
An amazing value! This feature rich 42” has built-in ambient light sensing technology to auto-adjust brightness for optimum picture viewing no matter room lighting conditions. And, it’s eco friendly exceeding ENERGY STAR® 4.1 Guidelines to reduce energy consumption.
VIA (VIZIO Internet Apps)
Easily connect to the Internet and stream movies and TV shows, listen to music and get the latest news, sports and weather. Learn More
Energy efficient sensors auto-adjust brightness for the perfect picture regardless of room conditions.
ECO HD™ exceeds the current ENERGY STAR® 4.1 Guidelines, saving you money on your utility bills while limiting the impact on our planet.
The latest 802.11N Single-Band Wireless Networking is built-in making connecting to the Internet quick and easy.
1080P Full HD
Full 1080P High Definition resolution gives you over 2 million pixels, making the clarity and detail of your picture razor sharp. Learn More
SRS TruVolume eliminates volume inconsistencies between programming and SRS TruSurround HD delivers immersive virtual high definition surround sound. Learn More
|Resolution:||1920 x 1080|
|Colors:||10bit (D), 1.06 Billion|
|Dynamic Contrast Ratio:||50,000：1|
|SRS TruSurround HD™:||Yes|
|Channels/Speaker Output:||10W x 2
|Connections - Inputs (REAR)|
|HDMI with HDCP:|
|Composite:||1 (shared with Component input connector)
|RF Connector for Internal Tuner:||1|
|Ethernet:||1 - 10/100 Base-TX
|Connections - Inputs (SIDE)|
|HDMI with HDCP:||4|
|Connections - Outputs|
|Optical Digital Out (SPDIF):||5.1|
|Analog Audio Out:||1|
|Music (MP3):||Future feature via firmware upgrade|
|Photo (JPEG):||Future feature via firmware upgrade|
|Video (MPEG):||Future feature via firmware upgrade|
|Ambient Light Sensor:||Yes|
|Wireless (WiFi):||802.11n Single Band|
|Wireless HD (1.0):|
|Full HD 3D:|
|Remote Control:||VR17, IR Universal R/C|
|Net With Stand:||41.45lbs|
|With Stand:||40.15"W x 27.91"H x 9.05"D|
|Without Stand:||40.15"W x 25.83"H x 1.90"D|
|Packaging Dimensions:||44.88"W x 32.08"H x 7.28"D|
|Certifications||UL/CUL, FCC Class B, Canada (BETS-7), BQB, HDMI 1.4 incl. CEC|
|Compliances||Energy Star 4.0, ATSC Spec A/65, EIA/CEA-766-A|
|Wall Mount Specifications|
|Hole Pattern:||200(V)mm X 400(H)mm|
|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 value for the price Review by Joe
I picked this up at Costco, mounted it on a wall, and had it working in no time. I connected up to Comcast RNG110 cable box (via HDMI), and once I got things plugged in in the right order, everything worked seamlessly.
I later upgraded my wireless router (to a NetGear WNDR3700v2), and discovered a bug with the WPA password (passphrase needed to be shortened to 8 characters).
My two cons:
I hope a future firmware upgrade brings DLNA or some other mechanism to access my local networked library of music, photos and videos.
Hopefully the Netflix app will be updated to support closed captioning shortly.
I'm looking forward to the VIA Plus (google tv) models.
(Posted on 3/23/11)
- Vizio Review by Tech 1
Tv is perfect nice and clear,but the remote is awful I thought it would come with that keyboard remote. The remote that comes with this tv doesn't work well at all and doesn't fit the quality of this set.
(Posted on 3/22/11)
- Audio Popping Review by i003046
I already purchased a Vizio from Costco about 7 years ago and it's still running. Picked this model up yesterday and installed. Everything connected fine, colors and sound are great. I only notice one thing that was somewhat odd. When using my Series 3 Tivo and I fast forward or skip to the next 30 seconds in the program, I hear popping noise each time I advance the forward. Anyone have this problem with Tivo?
(Posted on 3/17/11)
- Great set - looking forward to firmware upgrade Review by Jesus Loco
Great TV. Can't wait for the Multimedia Support Feature to be released via future firmware upgrade.
Anybody have any idea when the firmware update will be released?
(Posted on 3/8/11)
- nice tv Review by kcook
there is some issue with netgear dual band. tv wont sink up with 2.4g band. No clue why not. any ideas
(Posted on 2/16/11)
- Love the TV, Hate the Remote! Review by solo
I picked this tv up a few weeks ago at Costco for $499. Great price, great tv but why sell a tv with internet capabilities and then skimp out on the remote? Especially when the VUR10 qwerty keyboard remote is out already and available for other models.
(Posted on 2/14/11)
- Great, but... Review by Tim
Great tv, great app, great $499 price at Costco, but.....I can't get my directv remote (on HR24NC-100) box to learn to toggle off/on and control volume.
I have other Vizio tv's that this works fine on. Any ideas?
(Posted on 2/1/11)
- Good TV. Poor remote. Review by alex
The remote is very small and is not back lit. Nor does it have any favorite channel memory buttons. The TV itself is a great value but be aware that this TV does not have the capability to interface with vizio's bluetooth qwerty keyboard remote. Great TV but let down by a very poor design of the remote.
(Posted on 1/27/11)
- Great features at unbeatable price! Review by KS
Another Costco customer who got this at $499.95 (I believe this price is through 1.31.11), with two-year warranty included. It replaced a two year old Sony Bravia M Class, and the Vizio has superior sharpness and true colors. Four HDMI inputs are great, but I have it connected to a Denon AVR-990 receiver as a monitor. The Vizio Internet Apps feature is outstanding. The TV recognized my Apple Time Capsule WiFi immediately, and it was very easy to set up my Netflix and Pandora accounts. I prefer the Vizio interface to Roku XDS box. Vizio customer service tells me that Hulu Plus update will be pushed out in a week or two. I live in Southwestern Connection, and my Terk amplified antenna pulls in over 20 HD stations from NYC, NJ, etc. The packaging is very clever in that you undo four clips at bottom, and lift the top of the box up and off, making removing the TV very easy. The Yahoo weather app is great. and the TV guide app is essential, as I canceled DirecTV a few months ago, and don't regret that for a moment. My only complaint is that the buttons on the remote are very small, and the "piano black" finish gets smudged quickly. Unless you think you need greater than 60Hz refresh rate, this full featured HDTV with built in WiFi is a terrific value!
(Posted on 1/24/11)
- So far so good Review by AJ
Picked this up at costco for $499 and it has been great so far...my mother in law saw it and picked up two for her home.
(Posted on 1/23/11)