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The front of the Vizio VO370M is dominated by the 37-inch LCD display. The display is surrounded by a black bezel that goes from glossy to textured. Below the display is a Vizio logo that also acts as an indicator light.

On the back of the Vizio VO370M you"ll find you"ll find the power input, most of the ports for the television and mounting points for mounting the television on the wall. For information about the ports on the back of the Vizio VO370M see our Connectivity section.

The right side of the Vizio VO370M doesn"t have any features. On the left side you"ll find a small selection of ports and the on-tv controls. For information about the ports on the back of the Vizio VO370M see our Connectivity section.

The VO370M"s on-tv controls are found on the left side, just above a collection of ports. The buttons are glossy black plastic that look something like piano keys.

The Vizio VO370M"s remote control is a simple glossy black plastic affair that"s small and curved on the back to make it easier to hold. It"s also rather ugly.

The Vizio VO370M ships with a manual, remote control and batteries. Ther"s no cleaning cloth or HDMI cable included. There is some assembly required, but it"s not ardous. Simply slot the display into the stand and use a single included screw to hold it in place.

The Vizio VO370M is not a particularly attractive television. There"s just really no design flourishes here that will make it stand out as an object of praise. It"s not overly ugly, however, and it should blend into your decor.

The VO370M had slightly high black levels: we measured the deepest black that the display could produce at 0.35 cd/m2. This means that black areas of images on the screen won"t look like a true black; instead, they will look slightly greyish. This isn"t unusual in cheaper models like this, though; deeper blacks are typically only found on more expensive models, and the similarly priced LG 37HH30 had similar black levels.

The VO370M had bright whites, though; with the backlight cranked up to the maximum, we measured the brightness of the whites at a bright 338.99 cd/m2. That"s a decent score that is in line with what we typically see for TVs at this size. Althoug

Vizio splashes the number of 15,000:1 on the box, but is careful to describe this as a "dynamic 15000:1 contrast ratio". That"s because the display offers a feature called DCR (Dynamic Contrast Ratio) that dims the backlight on dark scenes, creating a darker black. We tested with this feature disabled, because we found that it didn"t come into effect in normal use; it only worked when nearly the entire screen was black,which doesn"t happen often.

The flip side of this is what happens to the whites; does the brightness of the whites remain constant as there is more and more white on the screen? Again, we didn"t see a problem here with the VO370M; the level of the whites remained mostly constant  as we increased the amount of white from 5% right up to a completely white screen.

The screen of the VO370M had some issues with unifromity; in our tests loking at pure white and black screens, we noticed some problems. On black screens, the corners of the screens were significantly ligher than the center, and on white screens the left side of the screen was darker than the rest. We don"t expect a display to be perfect, but the differences were significant, and could be seen when watching a normal video.

Gamma is a measurement of how quickly the display goes from black to white. If the gamma is too high, the image will look overly bright because the display is exagerating the brightness of the greys. The ideal we look for is between 2.1 and 2.2, but the VO370M was somewhat off from that; we measured the Gamma at 3.13. This means that the greys will look rather on the bright side if you were to look at this display next to one with a more ideal gamma.

The VO370M is a full 1080p display, but it doesn"t always have the luxury of being able to work with this highest of all HD resolution signals. Instead, it often has to display a lower resolution signal, which is why we test it with a number of different signals to see how well it can upscale them to fit onto the screen.

The VO370M did a decent job with 480p signals (such as those prodcued by standard definition DVD players with HDMI outputs): the images were overscanned by about 3%, which is normal, and we saw no major problems with the upscaling that the display did.

As part of our calibration process, we try and get the color temperature of the whites as close as possible to 6500k. For the VO370M, the closest we could get was about 6800k using the Normal color temp mode. But we also look at how consistent the whites are as they fade to grey; some displays have problems that mean that greys turn blue or orange. The VO370M didn"t have a problem here; we found that the whites remained very constant as the intensity fell, so most users won"t see any color cast to greys on the screen. the on;y exception to this is when the disply is almost black; we saw a significant shift with these greys.

The VO370M had a few minor issues here: as you can see the response curves are slightly bumpy, and both the red and blue curves show peaking, where the display doesn"t reproduce changes at the high end because it is already showing the brightest color it cam. What this can mean is that very bright objects (such as a bright flower or a bright uniform) will get lost, because the display can"t reproduce the differences between the bright colors.

The color gamut of a display is the range of colors that it can represent. The range of colors that a HD signal should contain is defined in a standard called Rec.709, and a good HDTV should be able to show approximately the same range of colors. That"s what we test here, and we found that the color gamut of the VO370M was a little off; the blue in particular was some way off from the ideal. What this means is that some colors (particularly the blues and reds) will look different to what the filmamker intended. This may not be a serious problem, but we do wish that the manufacturers paid closer attention to this.

The VO370M doesn"t have the 120Hz or 240Hz motion processing that many other models have, and this shows in the motion, which looks jerky and jumpy next to a model with better processing. Motion just wasn"t smooth; anything that moved at high speed across the screen, and the subtle details were lost. One of our tests uses a series of grey lines moving across the screen, and these just collapsed into each other; the pattern turned into a grey mush.

Mnay broadcasters use a system called 3:2 pulldown to give their TV shows a more filmic look, and the VO370M had no problem detecting and processing this effect in our tests; we saw smooth results, and only an occasional glitch in the image that indicated that it was having an issue. Overall, it did a very decent job; the resulting video have an attractive, clean look. The VO370M also had no problem displaying a true 24 frames per second image produced by a high-end DVD player.

The viewing angle of the VO370M was rather disappointing; we test this by finding the angle at which the black to white contrast ratio falls below 50% of the maximum, and this happened here at just 21 degrees. That"s a significantly smaller angle than some; this didn"t happen with the  JVC LT-42P300 until 38 degrees off axis. However, this is another curse of the cheap HDTV: we saw similar performance from the LG 37LH30 and the Samsung LN32B360 was even worse.

The VO370M includes a number of features that are designed to improve the aulity of images on the screen or to enhance low quality signals. We looked at each of these below.

As usual with features of this type, none of the features were of any real use. The DCR feature seems to exist purely to allow Vizio to put a bigger contrast ratio number on the box.

The remote that comes with the VO370M is a small, plastic device that is a lot simpler than most remotes. The curved hand fits well into the hand, but it feels like it is made out of cheap plastic that could easily break if you dropped it on a hard surface.

There are a much smaller number of buttons on the remote than most: just 29 against the 50-60 that we see on many remotes. That"s because the VO370M is a simpler TV than most; there are no media or other features that often add buttons to the remote, and it can"t be programmed to control other devices. The most commonly used buttons (the volume and channel ones) fall conveniently under the thumb, and we had no problem reaching down to input a channel number directly with the thumb without shifting the remote in the hand. If you want to access the on-screen menu or switch between inputs, you do have to shift your hand, though; the input buttons at the top are out of the reach of all but the longest-fingered users without using the other hand.

The VO370M is not blessed with a huge number of inputs, but it has a decent selection. There are three HDMI port (two on the back and one on the side) and a good number of analog inputs. There are composite, S-Video and component inputs on the back, plus additional composite and component inputs on the side. These inputs also come with accompanying analog video inputs, so you can connect up a number of analog video devices without having to swap cables all the time. There"s also a VGA input (again with accompanying analog audio input) and another set of analog audio inputs that are associated with one of the HDMI ports for connecting devices such as PCs that don"t send audio over the HDMI connection.

The ports on the VO370M are well placed; the back ports are slightly recessed so the cables don"t stick out too far, and the side ports are easy to find. Because they are pretty deeply recessed, you do have to lean around to be able to see which port is which, though; you couldn"t plug a cable in by touch alone.

The speakers built into the front of the VO370M had plenty of volume, but not a lot of kick; although the sound quality was good overall, the bass was lacking. Although there are several different sound modes on offer, none of them did much to add the sort of thumping bass that can make a movie come alive. A pseudo-surround sound mode called SRS TruSurround HD is also included, but this had only limited success: although it did produce a wider sound field, it didn"t have the all-encompassing effect that you get from a proper surround sound system. The bottom line is that the speakers on the VO370M are adequate for general use, but movie fanatics will want to invest in a decent surround sound speaker system to run alongside it.

The VO370M uses the same menu structure as most Vizio displays, which is simple and straightforward to use. When you hit the menu button in the middle of the directinal pad on the remote, you are presented with options for Picture, Audio, TV and Setup. Each of these options contains a number of sub-options (such as brightness, backlight, contrast, etc on the picture menu), and some also lead into sub-pages with more options (such as Advanced Video on the Picture page). Fortunately, some common options are put up front, such as changing picture mode, which can be done by simply hitting the left and right buttons of the directional pad from the top menu when the Picture option is selected, or changing the audio mode by hitting left or right when the Audio Mode option is highlighted.

Fitting in with the eco theme of this model, the manual for the VO370M is printed on recycled paper. The content is fresh, though; the manual does a good job of showing how to set up and use the display.  Also included is a good setup sheet that details all of the basic connections required to get the display up and running. Vizio has not yet made this manual available for downloading, but it should be available here soon.

The VO370M is a full 1080p screen that has a resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels, so it can display every pixel of the highest resolution HD signals that are in common use today. It can also handle lower resolution signals, from analog standard definition up to the 480p, 720p and 1080i signals  that many cable boxes and other HD devices produce.

The Internet doesn"t exist for the VO370M; it has no way to show streaming music or video unless you connect it to a computer and let it do the clever stuff.

Both displays are around the same price point: the Vizio costs about $600, while the LG is around $720. Both displays represent good value for money for 37-inch screens, but the Vizio is a bit more aggressively priced.

The LG had a slight edge when it came to motion; although neither display has particularly attractive motion, the LG looked smoother and had fewer problems. We saw issues with fast moving objects on the Vizio; edges became ragged and jerky, and faces almost unrecognizable. The LG had similar problems, but they were less intense and less annoying.

The LG was also the clear winner on viewing angle; the contrast ration between the blacks and whites held up for a significantly wider angle than the Vizio, although neither was particularly good. Bit displays would be fine for 2 or 3 people on a couch, but they wouldn"t cut it as an office display that needs to be seen by a large group of people.

Both displays offer a decent number of ports to connect a number of devices, with three HDMI ports and a good number of analog video inputs. The only real difference is that the Vizio includes an S-Video port, which might be useful if you have an old MiniDV camcorder that offers this, as it gives better video quality than the composite video port.

The Samsung is the smaller screen (at 32 inches) and runs at a lower resolution of 720p. but it"s also the cheaper screen, with a price of about $450, $150 less than the Vizio. Whether the extra size and resolution is worth the extra $150 depends on where you want to use it; the Samsung would be a better pick for a bedroom or spare room TV, but the Vizio might be worth it for a smaller living room that doubles as a movie theater, as the 1080p resolution is an advantage for watching movies.

Both displays had decent performance in our tests of color performance, although the Samsung did have a slight tendancy for the darker greys to have a slight reddish color cast to them. We also found that the RGB curves of the Samsung were a little bumpier than the Vizio, and the Samsung also had a slightly larger error in the color gamut, with greens in particular looking rather inaccurate.

The Samsung was the winner in our tests on motion performance: it produced distinctly smoother motion with fewer artifacts. Ont eh Vizio, fast moving objects had distinct and annoying trails, but these were much less noticeable on the Samsung.

This is the one area where the Vizio is clearly better than the Samsung; the Vizio had a wider viewing angle. We measure this by looking at the angle at which the contrast ratio between the blacks and whites falls below 50% of maximum, and the Vizio performed better. However, neither display was particularly good, and we wouldn"t recommend either display if you are looking for a HDTV for large groups of people.

The Vizio has the wider number and range of ports; it has 3 HDMI ports, while the Samsung only has two. It also has more analog video inputs. But this may not be an issue for many users; if you are looking for a TV for the bedroom or spare room, you aren"t going to want to connect a large number of devices.

The JVC model offers a slightly larger display at 42 inches versus the Vizio VO370M"s 37-inches. It will cost you about $200 more for that extra size, however, and the only benefit in terms of performance is slightly better motion performance. You do get one other nice extra for that extra $200, however, a built-in iPod dock on the JVC. If you use iPods and want an easy way to get the photos, music and video onthe device onto your big screen this might make it worth the upgrade. If neither the size or iPod dock matter, however, there"s no compelling reason to upgrade here.

The Vizio VO370M and JVC LT-42P300 are remarkably similar in their black and white performance, with the JVC holding a slight edge in each that produces a modest improvement in contrast ratio.

The Vizio VO370M does slightly better with RGB accuracy, meaning it should do a slightly better job of reproducing colors, but aside from that there"s no real difference betweenthe two televisions.

This is the one area where the JVC model is a clear winner, with significantly less motion blurring and fewer artifacts. That"s not to say that the television is an excellent performer here, rather that the Vizio VO370M is a very poor performer in this area while the JVC is just below average.

The JVC model offers a viewing angle about 50% better than the Vizio VO370M, which can make a significant difference if you"ve got a couple of couches sitting side by side in front of the television.

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In my experience, Vizio TV screen problems are not super common, but if something does go wrong, then this often shows as horizontal lines on Vizio TV screens.

You want to know,“Can the horizontal lines on my TV screen be fixed?”, and the simple answer is, “Yes”, whether they are thin black horizontal lines or even green lines or horizontal red lines on your Vizio TV.

Depending on the exact type and number of horizontal lines you are seeing determines the correct solution, so read through this article carefully, and hopefully we can fix your Vizio TV and avoid an expensive replacement.

Fix horizontal lines on your Vizio TV screen by unplugging your TV from the wall outlet, then re-seat all HDMI and other connection cables in the back of the TV, before plugging it back in again. If needed, remove the TV’s back panel and re-seat the T-Con ribbon, using compressed air to clean its contacts.

I’ll go into more detail on the possible fixes below for Vizio TV horizontal lines on screen, but remember before you do anything, that removing your TV’s back panel is likely to void your warranty.

So, if your TV was purchased within the last year, or has an extended warranty, you are much better to contact Vizio’s service center before performing any of the more invasive fixes.

Most Vizio TVs support auto-updating of firmware, but you can’t assume that this is turned on for you, unless you are using a Smart Vizio TV, where auto-updates are always on.

If you are using a Smart Vizio TV, then there is no option to manually update firmware – this is done automatically as long as your TV has an Internet connection.

Removing the back panel from your Vizio TV will void its warranty, so if you have bought it in the last year, then you are best to contact Vizio support and get them to either fix or replace your TV.

Gate drivers are connected to the TV’s panel by a ribbon cable, and the contact can sometimes come loose. They are bonded within the factory so are not user-replaceable, but you might find that squeezing the sides of your TV next to the thin black line helps to resolve it.

If your TV shows a complete black line across the screen, then you can assume you have single row drivers. Try squeezing the panel on both sides unless you know which side the gate driver is on.

If this does resolve the issue, then opening the back panel using the instructions in the next step, and applying tape to keep pressure on the ribbon cable should fix it.

If the issue isn’t fixed, then either the gate driver itself is faulty and needs to be replaced, which most probably requires a new panel, or there is a possibility of an issue with the T-Con board.

It’s hidden away under the back panel, behind the screen, and is a regular source of horizontal lines in TV images because it connects to the LCD / OLED panel with ribbon connectors which can come loose.

To access the T-Con board, you need to remove the back panel. If you’re not confident doing this, then now is the time to get an expert in. Otherwise:

The position of the boards will vary by model, but the T-Con board can be identified by the ribbon cables connecting it to the TV’s panel. Identify the main three boards you will see in the images below.

If you are still struggling, then any further work is likely to be beyond most home users, so I would suggest contacting Vizio Support is the next best step.

But all of the solutions for why there are lines on your Vizio TV fall into the four groups below. You can eliminate some possible causes by thoroughly investigating these below.

If they are fixed and not moving, that suggests there is physical damage to your TV, either directly to the panel, or to an individual connector on the T-Con ribbon or gate drivers, or elsewhere in the cabling.

If your Vizio TV screen glitch is horizontal lines that move around the screen, this suggests a failure directly within the T-Con board itself, rather than a physical breakage somewhere within the system.

If you see a single black horizontal line across your TV, whether it is LCD or OLED, it is either a broken row electrode or a failed gate driver. For panels that use double-ended row drive, the black line may only extend halfway across your panel.

If you see a number of black horizontal lines together, then the ribbon cables connecting the gate drivers at the side of the panel have probably lost some of their bonding. Try a little pressure on the sides of the panel, and if this fixes it, then remove the back panel and apply tape to the ribbon cable connectors to replicate the pressure you were applying.

It could also be a faulty Tab connection to the LCD panel, which would mean an LCD panel replacement – something that is almost as expensive as the TV itself.

If you haven’t been able to fix your problem using the steps above, then your next port of call should be to Vizio customer support, who can advise you if they are able to fix it.

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The VIZIO VO37L HDTV10A can either be kept on the stand base or mounted on the wall for viewing. If you choose to mount the VO37L HDTV10A on the wall, please refer to “preparing your LCD HDTV for wall mounting”...

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VIZIO VO37L HDTV10A User Manual INPUT – This button allows the user to cycle through the inputs. Repeatedly pressing of this button will step you through the input sources in the following sequence: TV, AV1/S-VIDEO, AV2, Component 1, Component 2, RGB, HDMI 1, HDMI 2 and HDMI 3.

Refer to your HDTV Set-Top Box user manual for more information about the video output requirements of the product or consult your cable or satellite operator. Version 2/28/2008 VIZIO VO37L HDTV10A User Manual

Refer to your DVD player user manual for more information about the video output requirements of the product. Version 2/28/2008 VIZIO VO37L HDTV10A User Manual Turn off the HDTV and DVD player. Using a HDMI-DVI cable, connect the DVI end to your DVD player and the HDMI2 end to the HDMI Input (white color area) at the rear of the HDTV.

Note: If you select Skip Scan, next time that you decide to complete this procedure; you will need to select the TV as input (through the Input key) and then go through the Menu option to select the Tuner setup to get the option of scanning the channels again. Version 2/28/2008 VIZIO VO37L HDTV10A User Manual button.

Now follow the procedure below to display channels from a different signal (External TV Tuner, VCR, Cable Box or Satellite Receiver) source, using different inputs at the back of you TV set. Version 2/28/2008 VIZIO VO37L HDTV10A User Manual to get information...

Menu display. Use the scroll to the Advanced Video option. Version 2/28/2008 button to b. Press the c. Use the Temperature option. VIZIO VO37L HDTV10A User Manual button to select it. button to scroll to the Color...

Your new TV set is now ready to automatically reproduce the best picture quality out of the input signal which is been fed into it. Enjoy your TV watching!! Version 2/28/2008 VIZIO VO37L HDTV10A User Manual button to button to g.

Color (Red, Green or Blue) Indicator Bar as before. Use the button to adjust the color. Press the button when finished. Repeat the procedure to adjust the other colors if desired. Version 2/28/2008 VIZIO VO37L HDTV10A User Manual

VIZIO VO37L HDTV10A User Manual Auto Phase (for Component input) Press the button to highlight the H/V Position. Press the button and the new H/V Position submenu will be displayed. Press the button to highlight Auto Phase. Press the button to execute this option. The TV will automatically look for the phase of the signal to fine tune the picture.

You switch to a different input The TV remembers the viewing mode from the last time you used a particular input and the screen size changes. (AV-C (Composite), AV-S (S-Video), Component, HDMI and TV). Version 2/28/2008 VIZIO VO37L HDTV10A User Manual

Connecting your VCR, 25 Connecting your Video Camera, 25 Technical Specifications, 73 Troubleshooting Guide, 69 Audio Adjustment, 44 Version 2/28/2008 VIZIO VO37L HDTV10A User Manual Parental Control, 55 Picture Adjustment, 39 Special Features, 49 TV Audio Adjust Balance, 45 Digital Audio Out, 45...

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You should know that Vizio televisions are not made by Vizio, and yes, that is indeed true. Vizio televisions are made by electronics OEMs. These companies design the TV models, negotiate the price, and then produce the TVs under the VIZIO brand name. Making TVs to order for companies that own a particular brand is a fairly common practice today. According to the Chinese website VIZIO TVs are made by OEM companies BOE, Foxconn, Innolux, KIE, Tolly, TPV, Zylux.

If you need to know the model number of your VIZIO TV or the serial number. The easiest solution is to look at the model number on a sticker on the back of the TV. There you will see a sticker with information about the TV.

Depending on the year of manufacture of your TV and what factory it was manufactured in. The location of the information label varies, you will have to look at the entire back of the TV, some models may have two information stickers. The first is a fuller, larger sticker, the second is in the form of a barcode with the model number and serial number on the side of the back panel, closer to the edge. Of course, if your TV is mounted on the wall and access to the back of the TV is difficult, there is another solution.

If you can’t find the model number on the sticker, missed the second way or just don’t want to look there, here is the second way to find the model number and serial number of your VIZIO TV. You can find the model number of your TV in the menu. To do this with a few keystrokes on your remote control, follow these steps. Depending on the version of your operating system the procedure may be different, I’ll show you some options, if your TV has a slightly different menu, the search will still look something like this

Since the TVs are made by OEM companies, VIZIO TV model numbers do not give much information about the technical characteristics of the TVs. The model number is only needed for information on screen size, TV series, and year of development. More detailed specifications can be found in the description of the particular TV. However, you can get some information from the model number of your TV as well. VIZIO TVs are divided into series, e.g. M, P, D series. Depending on the series, the technical characteristics of the TVs differ greatly. But you should know that VIZIO TVs mainly belong to the budget segment.

M – The first letter indicates the TV series. Vizio divides its TVs into series, which are indicated by letters or the full name, such as OLED or Quantum. You should know that series may be available for several years, for example, the M series has been available since 2013. But the 2013 TVs are very different from the 2022 TVs. You should keep this in mind when choosing a TV.

VIZIO TVs are sold in the North American market in the United States, Canada. Vizio does not have its own factories, the televisions are assembled by custom electronics assemblers. TVs are assembled in Mexico and China, but at the factories of what companies – is unknown, there is no reliable information, the company modestly keeps silent about it. Vizio followed the way of aggressive pricing; the TVs, where the declared parameters are similar to the TVs of leading manufacturers, cost 10-30% cheaper.

Because users in the U.S. and Canada pay little attention to technical specifications. The main thing the buyer pays attention to is the picture quality, price, access to network resources, such as Netflix and the like. VIZIO took advantage of this by building a business model focused on the North American market. The company’s employees work in two areas: sales, design and service. The company tries to keep up with the technology of other manufacturers, and it seems to succeed, although the picture quality is somewhat worse than that of the leading manufacturers, but the TV sets are popular among customers.

How to find out when made TV Vizio. Unfortunately, it is almost impossible to find out. The manufacturer does not specify this information. Indirectly the production date can be found in the model marking. But the following information should also be taken into account. For aggressive sales, Vizio starts production of TVs in Q3, and assigns them the model numbers of the next year, this was the case until 2018. Now new TV models are released every year. Anyway, if you see that the TV model is, for example, 2021, you can orient yourself, this TV model was produced from Q3 2021 to Q3 2022.

In 2021, VIZIO did not introduce any models of its premium TV lineup. All TVs have displays with a maximum frequency of 60Hz, which of course is not enough if you use the TV as a monitor for gaming consoles. I think the sales of premium models in previous years have not lived up to expectations. So the company management decided to produce more budget TV models.

In 2020 there was an experiment from VIZIO, OLED TVs with screens from LG. But it was also a single experiment, there are no new OLED TV models in VIZIO’s lineup anymore.

I don’t delete old pictures explaining the model number of the VIZIO TV. If you are interested in model numbers of older VIZIO TVs that are not covered in this article. You can ask a question in the comments I will definitely try to answer and help you.

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With all the advantages and disadvantages, lcdds are essentially a good choice for those who see the TV starting from 4k smartphone. Nowadays, in addition to the wholesale models, lcdds are essentially a good option for those that don ’ t have the capacity of a device.

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The Hisense U8H matches the excellent brightness and color performance of much pricier LCD TVs, and its Google TV smart platform is a welcome addition. But it’s available in only three screen sizes.

The Hisense U8H is the best LCD/LED TV for most people because it delivers the performance of a much pricier TV yet starts at under $1,000, for the smallest (55-inch) screen size. This TV utilizes quantum dots, a full-array backlight with mini-LEDs, and a 120 Hz refresh rate to deliver a great-looking 4K HDR image. It’s compatible with every major HDR format. And it’s equipped with two full-bandwidth HDMI 2.1 inputs to support 4K 120 Hz gaming from the newest Xbox and PlayStation consoles. Add in the intuitive, fully featured Google TV smart-TV platform, and the U8H’s price-to-performance ratio is of inarguable value.

In terms of design, the Hisense U8H is not as svelte as our upgrade pick, but it’s plenty sturdy and doesn’t look or feel cheap. Two narrow, metal feet jut out from beneath the panel and steadily hold the TV. They can be attached in two separate spots, either closer in toward the middle of the panel or out toward the edges, to account for different-size TV stands. The feet are also equipped with cable organization clasps—a nice touch for keeping your TV stand free of cable clutter. Though the TV is primarily plastic, its bezels are lined with metal strips, providing a bit more durability in the long run. I moved it around my home, and it was no worse for wear, but we’ll know more after doing some long-term testing.

The Hisense U8H has some difficulties with banding, or areas of uneven gradation, where transitions that should appear smooth instead look like “bands” of color (sometimes also called posterization). Like many current 4K HDR TVs, the U8H uses an 8-bit panel rather than a 10-bit panel, which affects the color decoding and color presentation process. This is usually relevant only with HDR video and games. When playing games on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, I saw a few instances where the content wasn’t rendered correctly and displayed ugly splotches of color on the screen. However, this almost always occurred during static screens (such as a pause menu or loading screen); I rarely spotted it during actual gameplay. Hisense has stated that it would address the problem in a future firmware update, but at the time of writing it was still present. This is a flaw that may give dedicated gamers pause, but we don’t consider it to be a dealbreaker for most people.

Finally, like most TVs that use vertical alignment (VA) LCD panels, the U8H has a limited horizontal viewing angle, which may be a bit annoying if you’re hoping to entertain a large crowd. Our upgrade pick uses a special wide-angle technology to address this.