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Who says that ultra-luxurious high-definition players can only be owned by the super rich.

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Pros

4 HDMI inputs

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60" plasma for $2500 - cheap!

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Speakers are hidden behind the screen and down fire to a removable translucent sound reflector

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Faroudja video processing

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Cons

Not full HD 1080p - up to 1080i with a native resolution of 1366 x 768

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Hard to find in stores

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Who says that ultra-luxurious high-definition players can only be owned by the super rich? Vizio's goal is to offer high-end televisions at an affordable price. Enter the Vizio VM60P that offers 60 inches of plasma high definition for under $3,000. The VM60P television supports HDTV signals up to 1080i, but does not support true HD 1080p. It features 4 HDMI inputs, 2 component/S-Video/Composite inputs, and a single RGB for connecting your computer.

Features
  • 60" plasma HDTV
  • 1366 x 768 native resolution
  • Contrast ratio: 7000:1
  • Brightness: 1,200 cd/m2
  • Formats supported: 1080i, 720p, 720i, 480p, 480i
  • 4 HDMI inputs, 2 Component, 2 Composite, 1 RGB
  • Integrated NTSC/ATSC/QAM HDTV Tuner
  • Weight: 179 lbs

First released in February 2007 with a MSRP of $2999, it underwent a price reduction and can be found for $2499. Be aware that this TV does not support the new 1080 true HD format.

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Chepnut
01/25/2008 07:47

Costco has it for 2,000. I Don't mind that it only 1080i, I don't have anything that puts out anything higher than that.

Erik
09/17/2007 10:56

Another behemoth plasma from Vizio for dirt cheap. It's now $500 cheaper than when it first came out due to the 1080p competition flooding the market.

Ruthers
01/08/2007 11:01

It's still rather expensive for a TV...I wish I could afford it!

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