The Vizio XVT3D556SP TruLED is a high-end 3D TV.

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The Vizio XVT3D556SP TruLED is a high-end 3D TV. In promotion, Vizio emphasizes the fact that their 3D is two times brighter than the average active system. The 3D processing operates from the TV instead of the glasses (up to four pairs included), a design that cuts down on eye strain, as well as crosstalk. This TV displays traditional HDTV content as well as 3D content on its FHD (1080p) display. The XVT3D556SP TruLED is one of Vizio's Internet Apps VIA Plus HDTVs (along with the XVT3D476SP TruLED model), which means that besides using Vizio's internet apps (with the TV's dual band 802.11n connection), you can also browse the internet using the Google TV platform. The intuitive Bluetooth QWERTY keyboard (with touchpad) allows you to navigate. With a 10,000,000:1 contrast ratio, the colors on this TV will come out rich and vibrant. The Smart Dimming feature automatically and precisely adjusts the brightness levels to optimize color and minimize light leakage. The 480Hz Smooth Motion feature helps to ensure that fast action scenes will not streak by. The XVT3D476SP TruLED 3D TV is equipped with SRS TruSurround HD, which delivers high definition audio. The SRS audio includes a TruVolume feature to keep volume levels consistent. For connectivity, this TV has four HDMI 1.4a inputs. This TV differs from the lower cost Vizio XVT3D476SP TruLED model in that it has a fifty-five inch display as opposed to a forty-seven inch display. The Vizio XVT3D556SP TruLED 3D TV is Energy Star compliant.

  • 55" LED 3D FHD display
  • 4 HDMI 1.4a inputs
  • SRS TruSurround HD
  • Bluetooth QWERTY (w/ touchpad)
  • SRS TruVolume
  • Energy Star compliant
  • Dual band 802.11n connection
  • 1 year parts and labor warranty
  • Smart Dimming
  • Vizio internet apps VIA Plus HDTV
  • 10,000,000:1 contrast ratio
  • 480Hz Smooth Motion
Post Review
04/02/2011 09:10

"Available March 2011". Really? I can't find it anywhere, and the customer service people at Vizio have no information. Looks to have great features. When will it really be available. Matt screen by any slim chance?

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