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Vizio E65U-D3 65 4K Ultra HDTV review and calibration instructions

Christmas is the time of year that families like to gather around the TV and share some time with each other while watching some great movies, and so several weeks before consumers love to go out a purchase a new model, albeit at a much lower price than usual. We have taken a look at many TVs that we feel will be very popular during this period, although we have to say, the Vizio E65U-D3 65 4K Ultra HDTV looks set to be one of the popular ones.


There are so many great things about this TV, although one of the main VIZIO E65U-D3 65-inch features is its built-in Chromecast, although we are sure the 4K Ultra HD Home Theater Display will also prove very postive as well.

You get superior picture performance thanks to 8.3 million screen pixels that delivers highly articulated details along with piercing clarity in everything you watch. There are 12 Active LED Zones, and with advanced innovation to dynamically adjusts your screen’s backlight to give the viewer incomparable contrast levels, and sharper details with some of the deepest blacks we have seen.

We could list the specifications all day, as they are extensive, but we will just highlight the main ones, and those are 3840×2160 resolution, Spatial Scaling Engine, V8 Octa-Core Processor, Full-Array LEDm 240 Clear Action, built-in WiFi, 4 HDMI ports and 10W x 2 speakers.

A Vizio E65U-D3 65 4K Ultra HDTV review is the best way to learn more about this model, as you tend to gain a better perspective, but only if it’s a user review. Thankfully, there are many to choose from, such as on Best Buy, where there are almost 300 in all. Walmart has just over 40.

In terms of price, the usual cost would be $,1699.99, although Vizio has reduced it to $899.99, or Fred Meyer has gone even better with a price of $699.99 – although not until a few more days.

One last thing – People are always asking about the Vizio E65U-D3 calibration, and so you might ant to download the manual and quick start guide.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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