The all-new 2015 E-Series Full-Array LED 32″ (31.50″ diag.) Smart TV has arrived. Featuring a new modern design, brilliant picture quality, and faster, easier-to-use smart TV experience, VIZIO’s 2015 E-Series brings you premium HD entertainment at an incredible value. Full-Array LED backlighting distributes LEDs behind the entire screen delivering superior light uniformity and picture performance. VIZIO E-Series: Incredible picture, unbeatable value.

2 thoughts on “VIZIO E32-C1 32-Inch 1080p Smart LED TV (2015 Model)

  1. Amazon Customer says:

    Great set! Not perfect, but great! I purchased this set on tuesday and after a few days I am going to do a short review. I will update next week after I have had more time with the settings.Overall it is a very good set. Picture is great, features are great and it looks awesome mounted on my wall. I like the minimal design, I like the minimal remote as well, even though most people seem to be upset there isn’t a keyboard. The only function button on the TV itself is a small power button on the rear of the set, near the HDMI ports, for turning it on and off. I am fine with that, as I have several remotes that program and I don’t plane on “Losing” the remote like some reviewers are worried about. (see: too lazy to look for it). here’s a couple of categories:Design: 5/5The bezel is thin, and sexy. The set itself not thick depth-wise, but not too thin either. It weighs about 55 pounds and is easy to move around. The Vizio badging is in the bottom right corner, and is very minimal and…

  2. Dana says:

    nice thin bezel The TV is very good-looking, nice thin bezel, easy to assemble, and very light. Picture quality is definitely sufficient for the price, and I haven’t even had time to tweak it manually yet. My first issue is minor, and it is that it does not support a 5.0GHz wireless band, which is what I like to use for my streaming devices.Second though, was that upon selecting picture presets, the back of the TV(not the speakers) started to hum depending on the setting. After playing with it, it appears that the Auto Brightness Control setting is causing the hum to get louder or change tone. Only the Vivid and Computer setting would not hum, and the Auto Brightness Control is set to OFF in those settings, but in all of the others, it is set to low, med, or hi, and the hum becomes louder the higher you get. Turning ON the Auto Brightness Control on Vivid or Computer mode will cause it to start humming again, and weirdly, turning it OFF on the other presets causes it to hum the…

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