The vizio d55 review is a budget TV with 4K resolution and excellent picture quality for the price. The TV doesn’t offer as many features as other higher-priced models, but it’s still a great option for anyone who wants a large screen 4K television for less than $750.
The display on the Vizio D Series is a full-array LED backlight that delivers good contrast and accurate colors. This model also has a quick response time which is great for displaying sports and games. It doesn’t have a wide color gamut or local dimming, but it does have an impressive Delta-E rating of only 1.9. That’s one of the best ratings we’ve seen for a budget TV and it beats out the TCL 3-Series Roku TV (2.2), the Insignia F20 Fire TV (7.6), and the Toshiba C350 Fire TV (1.8).
The Vizio D Series comes with SmartCast, which is Vizio’s native streaming platform. It’s a bit basic compared to other affordable brands, but it has popular apps like Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, and Spotify. It also has a few extras like the Dove Channel, Newsy, Curiosity stream, and Xumo. Like other Vizio TVs, the D Series has a basic remote with small buttons that may be hard to read for some users. The remote has 6 button shortcuts for popular streaming services and it can be used to control a smart home device if you have an Amazon Echo or Google Home.