Connect with us

Tech

New Vizio TVs and Soundbars Deliver Impressive Features and Prices

New Vizio TVs and Soundbars Deliver Impressive Features and Prices

The 2023 Vizio TVs and soundbars offer an exciting mix of features at great prices. Recently, we got the opportunity to get hands-on with the new lineup, and we were impressed by the colors and the support for essential gaming features and format options. Gamers are able to get the most out of the display thanks to the M-Series Quantum X’s capabilities for a refresh rate of 240 Hz when it is set to 1080 pixels.

In addition, the 2023 Vizio TVs have compatibility with Wi-Fi 6, an improved and more responsive SmartCast smart TV platform, and a greater emphasis on the WatchFree channels, which enable Vizio owners to stream more than 250 live TV channels at no extra cost. These models also come with a unique upgrade that enables you to use Bluetooth headphones with your TV, allowing you to watch television without disturbing other people around you. For a more contemporary appearance, all of the 2023 Vizio TVs feature a new ThinFrame design that has extremely thin bezels.

Along with the new TVs, we also tested out two new 2023 Vizio soundbars. Dolby Atmos support is included in the newly released M-Series Elevate soundbar, which also has a lower price point than the Vizio Elevate soundbar but offers the same shape-shifting features. The M-Series All-in-One soundbar is a new option that starts at $199.99 for a thin and space-filling soundbar. Both of the new soundbars can be connected to a Vizio TV via HDMI eARC and allow users to control the sound settings on the television.

Beginning in late July, the new Vizio TVs and soundbars will be available for purchase at a variety of shops, including Best Buy, Sam’s Club, Walmart, and others.

2023 Vizio M-Series Quantum X

VIZIO

The newly released 2023 Vizio M-Series Quantum X is a model that has been updated with a Vizio IQ Ultra Plus processor, which will result in improved visual quality for both movies and video games. When we got our hands on the models, this set was the one that stood out the most because of the stunning colors it produced. Dolby Vision High Dynamic Range, HDR10, and HDR10+ are all supported by the new models. The vibrant and eye-catching colors that were used on these models in the movies and video games really struck us. Depending on the model, there is an Active Full Array backlit system that can have up to 32 different local dimming zones.

The 50-inch M50QXM-K01 model is capable of 240 Hz refresh rate at 1080 pixels and 120 hz at 4K. This gives gamers the ability to attain blisteringly rapid refresh rates and gain an edge over the competition. Dolby Vision auto gaming technology, ultralow input lag, support for HDR Gaming Interest Group (HGiG), and AMD FreeSync Premium VRR are all features that are supported by all sizes. The redesigned game menu makes it much simpler to customize the game to your specific preferences.

These televisions come equipped with compatibility for Wi-Fi 6, which, among other benefits, ought to improve the quality of streaming video throughout your home. Vizio incorporates four HDMI 2.1 ports, each of which is capable of supporting the highest resolutions and refresh rates.

For gamers and streamers alike, the 2023 Vizio M-Series Quantum X offers an exceptional combination of value and quality.. This fantastic option starts at $629.99 and delivers a lot more bang for your buck than you would expect. It comes in sizes of 50 inches, 65 inches, and 75 inches.

2023 Vizio M-Series Quantum 6

New Vizio TVs and Soundbars Deliver Impressive Features and Prices

The new Vizio M-Series Quantum 6 is an update to the more conventional M-Series, which is a series that we have always enjoyed. These sets have a starting price of $349.99, making them affordable for a large number of consumers. They provide a beautiful image that has excellent color delivery and support for technologies that are considered essential, such as AMD FreeSync VRR, HGiG, and Dolby Vision auto gaming.

Even though we were able to spot certain differences between the 2023 M-Series (MQ6) and the M-Series Quantum X, this more affordable series still offers a great-looking TV at a price that is extremely difficult to beat. This should be at the top of your list whether you are searching for a television for your living room or a fantastic alternative for gaming for your child’s bedroom. These models come equipped with a total of three HDMI 2.1 connections.

The 2023 M-Series Quantum 6 can be purchased in sizes of 43 inches, 55 inches, 65 inches, 70 inches, and 75 inches.

2023 Vizio V-Series

New Vizio TVs and Soundbars Deliver Impressive Features and Prices

Photo Credit: JOSH SMITH

The 2023 Vizio V-Series offers the most affordable option for purchasing a 4K Vizio TV. These models have a fantastic appearance and are compatible with a variety of gaming features that are also supported by the M-Series, such as ultralow input lag, AMD FreeSync VRR, and Dolby Vision auto gaming. Users will have access to support for Dolby Vision HDR, HDR10, and HDR10+ when it comes to streaming. These models support connectivity via Bluetooth headphones in addition to Wi-Fi 6.

Starting at $289.99, the brand new Vizio V-Series can be purchased in sizes of 43 inches, 50 inches, 55 inches, 58 inches, 65 inches, 70 inches, and 75 inches.

2023 Vizio D-Series

Photo Credit: JOSH SMITH

The entry-level 2023 D-Series from Vizio features Full HD (FHD) and full-array backlighting in sizes ranging from 24 to 43 inches. These models now come with the Vizio Voice Remote, which was introduced to other models last year and includes compatibility for Bluetooth headphones.

These are very common in dorm rooms, kitchens, and other spaces where a more compact television would be more advantageous. Support for ultralow input lag, high dynamic range (HDR) gaming, automatic game mode, and AMD FreeSync VRR are all included.

The Vizio D-Series comes in sizes of 24, 32, 40, and 43 inches, with prices starting at $159.99.

2023 Vizio M-Series Elevate Soundbar

New Vizio TVs and Soundbars Deliver Impressive Features and Prices

The Vizio M-Series Elevate soundbar is a 5.1.2 soundbar that offers Dolby Atmos and DTS:X audio. When the soundbar recognizes one of these sources, the speakers on the ends will automatically tilt upward in order to reflect sound off of the ceiling, creating a more immersive listening experience. When music is playing or standard surround is enabled, the speakers will face forward. The performance of this soundbar is extremely impressive, and this is a really unique feature to witness.

When we watched Encanto with this soundbar, we were immediately immersed in the film thanks to the immersive surround sound and fantastic vocal performances. We can’t wait to put this functionality through its paces with more video games and movies. You can use virtual surround if you do not have enough space in your room to position the surround speakers behind you.  This soundbar offers the functionality to connect to a voice assistant of your choosing, giving you more options to customize your experience.

The 2023 M-Series Elevate may be purchased for a price of $799.99 and will be available by the end of July.

2023 Vizio M-Series All-in-One Soundbar

The new Vizio M-Series All-in-One soundbar is a 2.1 soundbar that has a low profile. This is an excellent option for a second room or for improving the sound in a bedroom. This soundbar impressed us with the crispness and clarity of the vocals it reproduced, as well as the movie-watching experience it was able to maintain despite its relatively small subwoofer. This features an HDMI eARC connection, so it can be used with your TV, and it also has a dedicated input for a voice assistant.

The starting price for the 2023 M-Series All-In-One is $199.99, and it will be available in late July.

For adverts, sponsored articles and promotions, send a WhatsApp message to +234 908 608 0999, or send mail to: sales@orientaltimes.ng
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Oriental Times