Vizio XVT3D650SV: 65-Inch LED LCD HDTV with Passive 3D – Specs

By Daniel Chubb - Dec 20, 2010

If you are looking for a new TV then this may be the one you are looking for. It’s a 65” LED-lit LCD HDTV. This is going to be the new flagship HDTV for Vizio. It has a huge screen and we can only imagine what 3D would be like on it.

According to Will Greenwald of PCMag, it doesn’t only have 3D, there is more to this TV than that; it has built in WiFi, which will allow you to access the Internet apps used by Vizio. There’s a variety of different apps, to name a few; YouTube, Hulu Plus, Pandora and Netflix.

Perhaps one of the coolest features that this TV has, is the remote control; it has a full QWERTY keyboard that slides out. It doesn’t stop there! It connects to your TV using Bluetooth. The other accessories that it comes with are the glasses, it comes with 4 pairs, 2 of which are designed to be used with prescription spectacles.

The specs of the TV include: a 65” screen, 64.5” is viewable; a dynamic contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1; a refresh rate of 120Hz and a resolution of 1920 x 1080. It also has a VGA connection, Ethernet connection, 5 HDMI ports with HDCP. These are just some of the specs, but you can see the full details over at Vizio’s official website.

If this is taking your fancy then you will need to have $3,499.99 burning a hole in your pocket, you can get the Vizio XVT3D650SV from Sam’s Club and Costco stores.

What do you think of this TV? Is it something that you would consider purchasing? Let us know in the comments below.

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  • Anon

    I currently have the Vizio 55 inch Active 3D model. The 2D picture is outstanding. However, when I do play things in 3D, I notice a bit of ghosting/cross-talking. I'm kinda of annoyed by it. They say that LCDs are prone to this vice Plasmas. IDK… I'm wondering if this model is plagued w/the same issue… Being that it's not active 3D it may make a difference. I'm concerned at the differences on the specs too. Seems that the 55 inch model has better specs. Will the 2D/3D be just as good on this model? Oh and the passive 3D is not in HD… Can one tell the difference???

  • Rickey

    I currently have a 47" Vizio LCD TV, and for the money (in my opinion) they are the best TVs on the market. This TV sounds awesome; $3500 is very high for any TV though. I know 3D is still high right now, and the 3D glasses are worth about $150 a pair as well. Figure $500 of this is for glasses alone….you're getting a big TV with lots of features for cheaper than any of the other "name brands" (READ: Sony) TVs out there. If the price on this drops to about $3000 I would say it's a good buy!

    • Eric

      The glasses used here are Passive and they cost 2$ to make. Active glasses costs 150$. The technology used here is the same as Imax 3D.

      • l0keman

        If these are passive glasses, then the same glasses you get from the theater would work on this TV. Which is weird because these glasses that came with my TV (I bought one Today at Sam's) use batteries. Super weird for a passive glasses to need batteries, huh? OR, and I'm just spitballing here, you are talking like you know something when you don't.

        • nunua

          The glasses with this TV are Passive. You must have bought the older model that uses active shutter( needs batteries)