Product Comparison: VIZIO M50-C1 vs Samsung UN50JU7500FXZA
- If you are looking for GREAT resolution at a economical price, this is the TV for you
- When watching true 4K content, I just recommend pulling your couch/chair a little closer to the TV to enjoy the higher resolution
- The resolution and picture vastly exceed my previous 1080p LCD television and were well worth the upgrade.
- The colors pop, the blacks are black, and the motion and resolution are stellar.
- The only issue I had with the TV was the "Soap Opera Effect" default when I got it out of the box. Everything I watched, even Hollywood blockbusters felt like I was watching "One Life to Live."
- TV is pretty reflective, but isn't glossy
- Excellent TV for gaming. I bought this display specifically for playing 4K games on a GTX 1080. I'm using it with a racing setup with Project Cars. Just. Wow. The display is so clean at 4K it looks like a monitor.
- The 4K resolution adds a lot of smoothness to the picture
- This thing is amazing. super bright, clear, very nice. the true motion stuff is sort of weird to get used to at first but its cool after a while. the screen is just amazing. i cant explain it.
- The curved display is icing on the cake when sitting close, as I am.
- Unfortunately, the screen is highly reflective.
- The curved screen is very reflective when the TV is turned off and might be a problem if positioned opposite large windows
- Contrast and black levels are superb. Color reproduction, viewing angles and upscaling are all solid.
- Super crisp clear & defined with super contrasts & colors.
- When calibrated correctly, the color and contrast on this TV is incredible.
- This is a very nice tv with an amazing picture. The 4k video quality will blow you away, especially if this is your first 4k tv like it was mine.
- The active LED zones are very apparent, big blocks of light break up the picture even when this feature is turned off. Otherwise its a very attractive and capable unit.
- Absolutely amazing UHD, rich realistic colors, no motion lag, and surprised to find out it has 3D! Wonderful purchase.
- We have DishNet and played regular programing and we were impressed with the upscaling. On some programs we had on our DVR like RIO 2 I thought it looked totally like 4k.
- The upscaling is very good and with so little 4k content available right now that is important.
- The 3D is pretty dang cool, but I found out right away that I'm going to have to buy a new 3D Blu Ray machine If I want to watch one on anything other than the special 3D channel that's built in.
- Default settings have extreme motion blur and artifacts
- Severe wash-out if you're too close
- Sound is really good for this thin an enclosure, I do recommend investing in a soundbar to get the full impact of this TV.
- The sound is clear and the surround sound is amazing.
- I really like the sound leveling which keeps commercials from blasting at top volume
- Not bad sound quality from built in speakers
- Horrible sound, which was expected. However, it’s not a deal breaker as the surround sound works well enough. I would suggest external sound if you’re planning on this to be in more than a bedroom.
- Sound - frequency response (bad) --- useable volume levels are limited. With a simple adapter, I added amplified speakers powered by the tv's usb and use them instead of the built-in, or listen through the home theater (via optical cable)
- One of the selling points for me on this TV was the inclusion of some decent woofers (20 W, in addition to the 20 W mid-high range speakers)... not sub-woofers though. So bass handling is better than my previous 2013 6-series LED Samsung TV
- The sound is pretty clear considering they are box speakers in the television.
- Sound quality: Amazing! this thing seems to have a subwoofer built in. there are a few modes. one of them is Sports mode which amplifies EVERYTHING and makes the speakers super loud.
- The bass quality is really good being stock embedded speakers inside a tv. you have access to a graphic equalizer, and you can fully customize everything in the audio. You have Cinema mode too which rocks and sounds really good.
- The only con I found is the sound so far which I didn't like. It is very low and hard to hear people speak sometimes. So with it I bought a sound bar to compliment this tv.
- The LCD panel is great, the WiFi performance is on point and lots of HDMI ports.
- HDMI ports and USB, nice. DLNA support works well with my multimedia DLNA router wireless or direct connect is so cool!
- Vizio is a lower end brand so they are competing on value and features. And this one is chock full of features--as I said earlier 5 HDMI ports, USB input, Component video, analog audio out, SPDIF optical port and a wired ethernet port.
- One real disappointment is that ARC is working only on HDMI 1 which makes it impossible for me to use HDMI5 (the only port with high velocity mode) for my playstation and have the sound routed to the external speakers at the same time...
- There are really no ports on the tv itself. there's a standard red/white/yellow(right,left, video) video port, and a yybbgg video for older HD devices and a high density port for this external device samsung includes with the tv. this little box has 4 hdmi ports, 2 usb ports and a TOSLINK port
- It has 4 HDMI, USB, optical audio, and many many other inputs/outputs.
- Has outstanding media compatibility when playing video files thru the usb port on the tv.
- HDMI and optical cable plug into a mini box which connects to the tv with one cable. I like this new system and find it helps with cord management.