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ModelVIZIO D-SeriesVIZIO D-SeriesVIZIO D-SeriesVIZIO V-SeriesVIZIO V-SeriesVIZIO V-Series
Screen Size32"40"60"40"50"65"
Refresh Rate60Hz60Hz120Hz4K 60Hz4K 60Hz4K 60Hz
Smart TV
Weight8.70 lbs14.33 lbs42.77 lbs14.97 lbs21.32 lbs44.97 lbs
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Vizio has become a very prolific TV manufacturer lately. With so many different models and series, it can get hard deciding on which one you want for yourself. To help narrow down the options, today I’ll be comparing the Vizio V series and the D series. There are some key differences between the two that should be properly outlined so that you can make your most informed buying decision.

What D Series and V Series Have in Common

Both the Vizio D Series and V Series were released in 2018 and 2019, making them relatively new models. They were designed to be budget level models so that more people could afford the benefits of a 4K HDR TV without having to break the bank.

Both the D Series and V Series are available in large sizes from 50 inches and up. They both come in 4K resolution and feature HDR 10 compatibility. Both also feature support for voice assistants such as the official Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa.

Both series also use LED screens with full array backlighting. Additionally, both series use SmartCast as their primary Smart TV OS.

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In terms of sound quality, both TVs sounded the same to my ears. It was nothing terrible but was ultimately the same kind of average-at-best SQ I expect from most cheaper TV models. The Smart TV Functionality is also more or less identical between both series. SmartCast has issues with app compatibility and loading screens, plus both models have identical remote controls.