VIZIO’s Ultra HD Technology TV and All-New 2015 Audio Collection Showcase

VIZIO, the maker of the top-selling Ultra HD TV1, introduced today details behind the industry’s first-ever line of High Dynamic Range Ultra HD TVs to support Dolby Vision – the VIZIO Reference Series Ultra HD Full-Array LED Smart TVs – available in 65″ and 120″ class screen sizes. The result of a decade of knowledge in pushing the boundaries of picture and audio quality, the beautifully designed VIZIO Reference Series is packed with groundbreaking, innovative technologies. Equipped with Dolby Vision for a dramatically different visual experience and Ultra-Color Spectrum for a wider color gamut, the Reference Series displays stunningly beautiful Ultra HD detail with over eight million pixels in every image. An 800-Nit, Full-Array LED backlight and 384 Active LED Zones create a stunningly vivid Ultra HD picture with striking contrast. Several 4K Ultra HD Dolby Vision titles will be available from Warner Bros. streaming through VUDU, Walmart’s video-on-demand service for movies and television. When combined with the integrated 5.1 sound bar system on the 65″ model, home theater aficionados will not only enjoy unprecedented cinematic picture quality, but a powerful home audio experience that delivers a Sound Pressure Level of up to 101dB.

America’s #1 sound bar company1, today announced the launch of its 2015 home audio collection, which features seven all-new models, complementing screen sizes from 32″ and up. VIZIO set out to design audio products that serve an optimal enhancement for today’s advanced HDTVs, bringing superior sound to any room in the house. The VIZIO 2015 home audio collection offers a wide variety of options, ranging from the VIZIO 29″ 2.0 Sound Bar to the flagship 40″ 5.1 Sound Bar System. The new line-up also includes the VIZIO 2.0 and 2.1 Sound Stands, ideal for smaller spaces like traditional media cabinets. The latest audio offerings from VIZIO are starting to roll out to retailers such as Amazon, Best Buy, BJ’s Wholesale, Costco Wholesale, Sam’s Club, Target, and Walmart.

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