Introducing the all-new VIZIO D-series Ultra HD Full-Array LED Smart TV. With over 8.3 million pixels in every image, four times the resolution of 1080p Full HD, D-series Ultra HD displays produce breathtaking detail and clarity. Full-Array LED backlighting and 8 Active LED Zones deliver superior light uniformity with an extremely high contrast, and deep, pure black levels. Active Pixel Tuning enables pixel-level brightness adjustments for increased picture accuracy and contrast. And with Clear Action 240, sports and action fans will appreciate the powerful image processing of the D-series with a blazing 120Hz effective refresh rate enhanced with backlight scanning for sharper detail in fast action scenes. In addition, the beautifully designed D-series is optimized to deliver all of your favorite entertainment in stunning 4k Ultra HD right out of the box. Thanks to HEVC decoding and ultra-fast 802.11ac dual-band Wi-Fi (up to 3x faster¹), you’ll get Ultra HD streaming from popular apps like Netflix, Xumo and UltraFlix². Its powerful Spatial Scaling Engine beautifully transforms your favorite 720p and 1080p HD sports, movies, and TV shows into near Ultra HD. And support for the latest HDMI standards enables Ultra HD playback from next generation cable and satellite receivers, Blu-ray players and game consoles. It all adds up to a beautifully simple experience where the picture is everything and nothing is more captivating!

3 thoughts on “VIZIO D40u-D1 40-inch 4k Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2016 Model)

  1. Bozanimal says:

    D40u-D1 works great as a UHD PC Monitor So far, the D40u-D1 has been excellent as a computer monitor. Text is distinct, response via the 4k@60Hz input works well, and it boots up fast. Setup was a snap, and the remote is highly intuitive. I actually returned a M50-c1 after finding it to be just too big to use as a monitor, though it too looked great.There are only two minor quibbles I’ve found with the D40u-D1: – Unless you use the single 4k@60Hz input, you get severe input lag from your PC. I’m using two PCs (work & play) via this monitor, so this was a deal-breaker for me. I ended up getting a 4k switcher to address the issue (). This has solved the issue, though it shouldn’t have been necessary, in my opinion. – There is some red-light bleed when viewing white lettering inside a solid red box, like at This bleed is only…

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