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Review: Vizio M-Series 4K’s New Smart TV and Soundbar

If you’re hoping to upgrade your home theater system and gaming setup, but are overwhelmed by the amount of HDTVs and sound systems There, try the updated and newly sourced Vizio version M . series LCD TVs and soundbars. They offer excellent performance at a surprisingly affordable price: for less, you get a 50-inch 4K HDR smart TV (with all the usual apps like Netflix, Hulu, and Apple+) and an 11-speaker speaker, including two Satellite wireless up to 6 inches Subwoofer.

Vizio's new M-Series line of TVs and soundbars is a budget-friendly way to instantly upgrade your home theater.
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M-Series TVs take 4K clarity to another level with technology that claims to give you more than a billion colors – 75 percent more than a typical 4K TV – Enhanced brightness for better illumination and powerful backlighting that works in more than 30 screen zones and dark colors for deeper blacks and improved contrast. This line of TVs is also geared towards playersWith a powerful processor that gives you less than 10ms of lag and up to 60Hz of variable refresh rate that facilitates graphics and gameplay.

The 55-inch TV I tested lived up to the marketing hype and blew up the older Vizio setup — noticeably in color. Playing games on it was also a find at the price point, with no stuttering or lag when playing graphics-intensive games like Witcher 3 And the Our last part 2.

When you pair it with your 5.1.2 M-Series amplifier, you’ll be shocked at how easy it can be to outdo an old stereo receiver or lower sound bar setup. The new sound system features dual speakers dedicated to shooting upwards to create a dynamic audio scene that uses Dolby Atmos for immersive sound and DTS:X to add dimension to everything in production. Setting it up is easy as it is fully integrated; It is truly a plug and play system. Wireless and satellite subs are also key because you don’t need to run any unsightly cables throughout your living room or rely on wires already installed in the walls.

The best part, aside from the quick and painless setup, was that it instantly filled the room with impressive, subtle sound, putting my old setup to shame (20-year-old Onkyo receiver and Pioneer speakers). The satellite and subwoofers worked well together, providing an unobtrusive rattling that enhanced the entire audio/picture experience without being overwhelming.

Those looking for a simple, budget-friendly way to turn a home theater and gaming station into a modern and stunning experience couldn’t do much better than Vizio’s newly updated M-Series line.

[From $440 for TV, $500 for Sound Bar; vizio.com]

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