Vizio PQ65-F1 LCD Ultra HDTV Review

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The Vizio produced considerable blooming when displaying bright white objects against a full black background. But that situation is relatively common with LCD TVs and blooming only rarely intruded on real program material (including the black bars on widescreen films). Screen uniformity was fair to good. Subtle vertical bars could be seen on low-level full-field gray test patterns, but were hard to spot on actual program material. The right side of the screen was also a hair brighter than the center and left side, but again this was not an issue in normal use (such issues can also vary from sample to sample). Off-axis viewing was typical for most LCD displays, meaning that you’ll want a center seat for the best picture. An Enhanced Viewing Angle control in the Vizio’s menu made no visible improvements.”

 

 


 

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