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2023 Vizio TVs and Soundbars Deliver Impressive Features and Prices

The new 2023 Vizio TVs ramp up the value with new features including a blazing fast refresh rate for gamers and loads of must-haves for streamers.

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There is a lot to like about the Vizio TVs and soundbars for 2023. In our recent hands-on with the new lineup, we found the colors and backup for essential formats and gaming features to be impressive. Gamers can take advantage of the display’s 240 Hz refresh rate at 1080 pixels on the M-Series Quantum X.

New Vizio TVs will also feature Wi-Fi 6 compatibility, an updated and more responsive SmartCast platform, and more emphasis on the WatchFree channels that allow Vizio customers to stream over 250 live TV channels at no additional cost. Bluetooth headphones can be used with these TVs, allowing you to watch quietly without disturbing those around you. For a more contemporary appearance, all of Vizio’s 2023 TVs feature a new ThinFrame design with razor-thin bezels.

In addition to the new TVs, we tested out two brand-new Vizio soundbars from 2023. With the new M-Series Elevate Soundbar, Vizio’s shape-shifting Vizio Elevate soundbar features can be had for less money while still delivering Dolby Atmos sound. Starting at $199.99, the M Series All-in-One soundbar is a slim and space-filling soundbar option. When connected to a Vizio TV via HDMI eARC, either of the new soundbar models allows users to adjust the sound settings on the TV.

Vizio 2023 televisions and soundbars will be on sale in late July at retailers like Best Buy, Sam’s Club, Walmart and others.

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M-Series Quantum X of 2023 Vizio

An updated Vizio IQ Ultra Plus processor powers the 2023 Vizio M-Series Quantum X to deliver better-looking movies and games. In our hands-on experience with the models, this set was a standout with its vibrant colors. Dolby Vision HDR, HDR10, and HDR10+ are all supported on the new models. Seeing them in movies and games, we were awestruck by their vibrant hues. Depending on the model, an Active Full Array backlit system can have up to 32 zones of local dimming.

Fast refresh rates and an advantage over the competition are possible for gamers with the 50-inch M50QXM-K01 model, which has the ability to refresh up to 120 Hz at 4K resolution and up to 240 Hz at 1080 pixels in size. HDR Gaming Interest Group (HGiG) support, ultralow input lag, and Dolby Vision auto gaming technology are supported by all sizes. Fine-tuning the game’s settings is now made simpler thanks to a new menu.

With the addition of Wi-Fi 6, you should be able to stream more smoothly across your entire home with these TVs installed. The highest frame rates and resolutions are supported by all four of the HDMI 2.1 ports on the Vizio.

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For streamers and gamers alike, the Vizio M-Series Quantum X from 2023 is an excellent choice. This is an excellent option with a starting price of $629.99 that delivers a lot more value than you’d expect. A 50-inch, 65-inch, and 75-inch model is available for purchase.

The Vizio M-Series Quantum 6 is expected to be released in 2023

Our favorite M-Series Quantum 6 is an updated version of the more traditional model that we’ve always liked. To begin with, they’re reasonably priced at $349.99 and offer an impressive image that’s packed with features like AMD FreeSync VRR, HGiG, and Dolby Vision auto gaming.

In spite of the fact that the 2023 M-Series (MQ6) and the M-Series Quantum X have some differences, this more affordable line still offers an attractive TV at an unbeatable price. The best place to start if you’re looking for a TV for your living room or a gaming console for your child’s room is with this one. Three HDMI 2.1 ports are included in these models.

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Sizes range from 43 inches to 75 inches for the Quantum 6 2023 M-Series.

The Vizio V-Series of 2023

The 2023 Vizio V-Series is Vizio’s cheapest 4K HDR TV option. Many of the M-Series’ gaming features, such as ultralow input lag, AMD FreeSync VRR, and Dolby Vision auto gaming, are supported on these models, as well. Dolby Vision HDR, HDR10, and HDR10+ will all be supported for streaming content to users’ televisions and other displays. Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth headphone connectivity are included in these models.

Vizio’s new V-Series TVs start at $289.99 for a 43-inch model and go up to 75 inches for a 55-inch model.

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The Vizio D-Series will be released in 2023.

A 24-inch to 43-inch model, the 2023 D-Series, is Vizio’s entry-level Full HD (FHD) with full-array backlighting model. The Vizio Voice Remote, which was introduced to other models last year, is now included in these models, as well as Bluetooth headphones support.

Kitchens, dorm rooms, and other areas where a smaller TV is more appropriate are popular places for these. Ultra-low input lag, HDR gaming, auto game mode, and AMD FreeSync VRR are all supported by these cards.

Sizes range from 24 inches to 43 inches and start at $1599.99 for the Vizio D-Series.

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Elevate Soundbar from Vizio’s M-Series, model 2023

Using this soundbar to watch Encanto immersed us completely in the film’s rich, immersive soundscape and outstanding vocal performances. More movies and video games will be perfect for testing this feature out. If you don’t have enough space to put the surround speakers behind you, you can use virtual surround instead. You can use this soundbar with any compatible voice assistant.

There will be a $799.99 M-Series Elevate in late July.

All-in-one soundbar from Vizio in 2023 M-Series

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Low-profile 2.1 soundbar: Vizio’s M-Series All-in-One soundbar. This is an excellent option for a second room or for enhancing the audio quality of a bedroom, respectively. We were impressed by the soundbar’s crystal-clear vocals and the small subwoofer’s ability to fully immerse us in the movie. HDMI eARC is used to connect this to your TV, and it has a dedicated input for your voice assistant.

Starting at $199.99, the new M-Series All-In-One will be available in late July.

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