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The VBR200W is a mid-level Blu-ray Disc player from Vizio, released in early 2010.

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Blu-ray playback is smooth, detailed and sharp with great color

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feels solidly constructed and durable

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HDMI Auto does a great job automatically working out the best possible picture quality settings and aspect ratio, makes it easier to work with

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WiFi built in, only takes a minute or two to get set up

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menus are easy to navigate, intuitive

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sound is very clear and powerful, good definition

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wide variety of online functions available that are all well-rendered and easy to work with

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very easy to set up, just plug and play - even the network is automatically connected once plugged in

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remote isn't always responsive, need to hit the button a second time sometimes

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USB port is on the back - more awkward than it needs to be

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The VBR200W is a mid-level Blu-ray Disc player from Vizio, released in early 2010. Full HD 1080p video output and 7.1 digital surround sound is fully supported. Primary features of this player include built-in 802.11n Wi-Fi, Vizio internet apps and support for numerous streaming services. Users with Netflix, Pandora or Vudu accounts can get video and audio content streamed directly to their HDTVs over the internet. The popular photo sharing site Flickr is supported for photo slideshows, along with Twitter for keeping up to date with friends. Those with DVD collections can use this player to upconvert video, allowing lower resolution discs to look their best. A wide range of audio decoders are built-in, including Dolby Digital TrueHD and DTS HD. Video output connections include HDMI, Component and Composite. Audio output options include Coaxial and Optical Digital Audio.

  • Full HD 1080p video output
  • 7.1 digital audio surround sound (via HDMI)
  • Netflix, Pandora, Vudu, Flickr, Twitter support
  • BD-Live & Bonus View support
  • Audio CD, MP3 and JPEG playback
  • USB media playback (MP3 and JPEG only)
  • Networking: 802.11n Wi-Fi, Ethernet
  • Dolby: Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital TrueHD
  • DTS: DTS Digital Surround, DTS HD Advanced Digital Out
  • Power consumption:
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