Introducing the all-new VIZIO M-Series Ultra HD Full-Array LED Smart TV. With over 8.3 million pixels in every image, four times the resolution of 1080p Full HD, M-Series Ultra HD displays produce breathtaking detail and clarity. Full-Array LED backlighting and up to 28 Active LED Zones deliver superior light uniformity with an extremely high contrast and deep, pure black levels. Active Pixel Tuning enables pixel-level brightness adjustments for increased picture accuracy and contrast. With up to Clear Action 360, sports and action fans will appreciate the powerful image processing of the M-Series with a blazing 120Hz effective refresh rate enhanced with backlight scanning for sharper detail in fast action scenes.
Note: You must have a source of HD programming in order to take full advantage of the VIZIO 43″ LED HDTV. Contact your local cable or satellite TV provider for details on how to upgrade.
VIZIO M43-C1 43″ 4K Ultra HD 2160p 120Hz Class LED Smart HDTV (4K x 2K):
- 43″ LCD panel
With a 3840 x 2160 Ultra HD resolution (4K x 2K)
- True 16:9 aspect ratio
View your movies as the director intended
- Wide 178-degree vertical and 178-degree horizontal angles
See a clear picture from anywhere in the room
- Built-in digital tuner
Watch digital broadcasts, including HDTV programs where available
- HDMI Inputs: 5
Enjoy a superior HD experience with HDMI, the one cable audio/video solution
- 42.51″ screen measured diagonally from corner to corner
- Stunning Ultra HD picture — 8.3 million pixels and 4x the resolution of 1080p Full HD
- Spatial Scale Engine: Upscale HD to UHD
- Full-array LED backlight with 28 Active LED Zones
- Clear Action 360 with 120Hz Effective Refresh Rate
- 1 USB port
- Ultra HD Smart TV with QWERTY remote and dual-band WiFi
- V6 Six-Core Processor: quad-core GPU and dual-core CPU
- I switched from a Samsung 46″ 1080p HD tv to this product because of the price and decent reviews. My take? 1) Quality of HD is very good, compared to my old Samsung 2) Price is definitely a reason to buy this if cannot afford to buy other UHD tv’s 3) Easy to setup and apps are good. 4) However: UHD content on Youtube app for Vizio for some unclear reason does not process it to 4K that well. Other apps appear to do so. Don’t know why. How do I know? I connected my PC to Vizio and using Google Chrome (not Firefox because it doesn’t process 4K well), 4K from youtube becomes very stunning. I don’t think I can blame Vizio for the Youtube app itself because other apps appear just fine doing 4K. Hmmm… In conclusion: It’s a good, quality product at an affordable price. I recommend it for anyone who wants to see what 4K is all about. Why 4-stars? Not sure if I should blame Youtube for the app processing 4K poorly on Vizio or Vizio itself ….
- Ive had this tv for 3 days now and im very happy with it. the picture on certain channels like live news or sports is just amazing. i didnt even connect the 4k 2.0 HDMI cables yet. I have regular hd ones in them. im not sure how much of a difference it makes but if theres a decent jump in quality im excited. i like how with a push of a button you can get on netflix, twitter, etc since it is a smart TV. I only give it 4.5 stars because im not a fan of the remote. some people probably think the keyboard on the back is cool but im always bumping them underneath while changing volume, etc which it cancels out and nothing happens. not a huge deal but a little annoying.
- i previously had a 32″ Vizio 1080 240hz. This TV has a good quality picture but I really wish it was a 240 hz for an even clearer picture. One other thing is the stand. The legs require at least a 33″ wide stand. I really like the pedestal stand on the smaller version better.
- I bought the M43-c1 seven days ago and it’s great. I say this knowing it’s imperfections will get better soon. I am operating on software version 1.0.6. There is an upgrade coming as version 1.2.23 UHD. Unfortunately vizio is downloading this to tvs in a slow process according to your serial number. Earlier serial numbers already have gotten it. So you might wait a few weeks for the update to come. In the meantime know some of your settings that you applied will change back to default often. This I found happens anytime you change inputs, between shows on Netflix, and of course when you power off. Mainly the settings I find to change on there own often are the “Reduce Judder” and “Reduce Motion Blur” which are the ones to cancel out the “soap opera effect” Anytime you need to reset these slide the bar to zero and back to your preferred setting. Apparently this problem will be solved by the 1.2.23 UHD update. I suggest you read this thread about the Vizio M series: .avsforum.com/fwwworum/166-lcd-flat-panel-displays/1902977-official-2015-vizio-4k-uhd-m-series-thread.html
- The setup of this TV couldn’t be easier and once done the clarity was breathtaking. The colors are rich and bright.I think the skin tones need to be tweaked a little bit but overall , for the money it’s an unbelievable deal. After the download from Vizio, some imperfections with the background disappeared completely.Unless you spend 4,000 you cannot get a better picture.
- I spent what was to me a fortune on a Vizio TV that lasted only 1 1/2 yrs. it is completely broke and Vizio pretty much doesn’t care. Their answer was repeatedly, “You didn’t buy the extended warranty.” Warranty or not, the TV lasted only a year and a half. Please, stay away from Vizio. There are so many good manufacturers from which to choose.