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VIZIO M602I-B3 Review
60" Full-Array LED Smart TV, $1249


I will admit that it took me a little experimentation to fine tune the VIZIO M602I-B3's picture to my taste. But once I flipped Motion Blur Reduction on, the picture jelled and almost all the content that I displayed on it looked marvelous.

A word of warning, this 60-inch TV will amplify dodgy content. If the program is noisy or grainy, you will see it unless you are sitting a good distance away. But feed it Blu-ray quality material and you will find yourself moving closer and closer to the rich, luscious, colorful image.

Vizio M602I-B3

As a reminder, the M602I-B3 is not a 3D TV, but if you turn Smooth Motion Effect to Medium and maybe raise Sharpness to 35, the clean, focused image will begin to simulate a 2.5D picture.

As for audio, I have two words, 60 inches. The little 10W speakers as plucky as they are, just can't produce a full bodied sound worthy of M602I-B3's five foot (diagonal) screen. I matched the TV with a VIZIO 5.1 sound bar system that I have in for review and the extra muscle made a big difference.

Of course, if visions of home theater are dancing in your head, then buy a separate surround sound system.


The 60-inch VIZIO M602I-B3 Smart TV with its full-array LED backlighting with local dimming delivers a remarkably rich picture. Combined with a host of Internet content providers, this attractively priced, easy to use TV earns our Highly Recommended rating.

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