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.
- Awesome internet TV Review by Ole
This model is awesome for size and price. We live on a busy road and are using this unit in the bedroom which is next to busy road which is load. We can set the sound level to 22 it blocks out road noise and still sounds great. The wireless setup works perfectly with netflixs with our wireless N router, works as good as CATV. Good instructions easy to setup. We bought at Costco where you can't go wrong.
(Posted on 1/22/11)
- Great deal Review by Rutrag
I bought this set to upgrade from a Vizio VP322 (32" 720p plasma). I paid $539 for the unit including tax due to an instant rebate. I had no probelm hooking up an XBox 360, blu-ray player, and cable box using the HDMI ports. That picture was great. However, I hooked up a Wii through the component jacks, and the picture was awful. The white was excruciatingly bright and the text on the Wii's home screen was illegible. (This was on a Saturday.) Fortunately, once in game the picture was okay. The following Wednesday, I decided to use the optical out from the TV to see if I could streamline the audio hookups going into my receiver. While double checking that everythign still worked as expected, i was delighted to discover that the Wii homescreen looked as it should. I guess either Vizio or Nintendo (or both) updated their firmware to solve an apparent incompatibility issue. (The Wii looked fine on the older Vizio.) Using the online apps at first is a little clunky, and I actually found my univesal remore to general be more functional than the supplied Vizio remote EXCEPT when it comes to the online apps. I haven't gotten the chance to really play on the Xbox with it yet, but the demo screens for Halo 3 look awesome! Blu-ray and HD cable look good as well.
(Posted on 1/20/11)
- Love this HD TV with built in wifi and netflix app Review by Surya
Just purchased this from costco for $499. A full HD tv for this price? That's right, aswesome price. I can connect to my home WIFI and use Internet Apps that comes with it to watch streaming video from netflix. I can connect using ethernet cable as welll. Haven't tried other applications like radio, e-mail and live TVs. But, this is what I really wanted for a long time. With 4 HDMI inputs, I can connect my HP entertainment PC, blue-ray and other devices at the same time. Audio is very good but can be extended to dolby using external speakers.
Time to say bye bye to cable TV. I can subscribe to Netflix for $7.99 a month, a lot better than $50 for cable TV.
I wish the ambient light sensor was little more sensitive. It does not respond when I turn the lights on in my living room. The remote control is too smooth and has a tendency of falling off your hand. I also wish the TV could respond faster when I change the channel or press a button on the remote.
(Posted on 1/11/11)
- Great TV! Review by Mase2w
Just got it at costco this weekend (at the store) not online. This TV is sweet! It has the Vizio Yahoo Internet apps, which are ok, I wish there were more options and I wish it had Pandora. At the store, there was hardly any difference between the E421VA and this one (as far as viewing goes). The E421VA has a 120Hz refresh rate, and this one only has 60Hz, but it still has an excellent picture. The sound is actually pretty good, too! One of the best features is the Wifi and the 4 hdmi ports with the ethernet port and usb ports. Overall, it is a great buy and got it at Costco for $500 with a $80 instant discount.
(Posted on 1/10/11)
- Love It! Review by caitlinhailey
This is my second Vizio Flat Screen HDTV. Absolutely love it. Bought them both from Costco. My last one was purchased 1/8/11 and got it at a great price from Costco. Simple to use & would recommend to everyone. You won't regret it.
(Posted on 1/9/11)
- Interenet Review by Isablle
Love the Idea also of Tv and Pc together and wondering If, could you get internet if you tathered your Blackberry with it????
(Posted on 1/6/11)
- very interested when will it release? Review by I am not an early adopter ....usually :>
coming soon, but WHEN~ ! I am willing to wait a little to have this technology at my fingers. I like that you have combined elements of TV and PC to one central devise.
(Posted on 12/8/10)