VIZIO 40-inch D-Series Full HD 1080p Smart TV with AMD FreeSync, Apple AirPlay and Chromecast Built-in, Alexa Compatibility, D40f-J09, 2022 Model

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Original price was: $229.99.Current price is: $148.00.

  • 1080p High-Definition – Watch TV in crisp, clear 1080p Full HD resolution and experience a brilliant picture with the VIZIO D-Series..Voltage : 120V.Viewable Area : 39.5”. Standby Power :
  • Full Array LED Backlight – Evenly distributed LEDs across the screen’s backlight deliver superior light uniformity and picture performance.
  • IQ Picture Processor – Delivers superior picture processing, faster navigation, and quicker load times to get to your favorite content faster.
  • V-Gaming Engine Automatically optimizes picture mode for gaming and makes next-gen console gameplay more responsive with Auto Game Mode, Variable Refresh Rate with AMD Freesync, D-Series lowest input lag, and newly added gaming menu.
  • SmartCast – With intuitive navigation, enjoy instant access to the best selection of apps from top-tier streaming services like Netflix, Disney+, YouTube, HBO Max and many more right out of the box.
VIZIO 40-inch D-Series Full HD 1080p Smart TV with AMD FreeSync, Apple AirPlay and Chromecast Built-in, Alexa Compatibility, D40f-J09, 2022 Model
VIZIO 40-inch D-Series Full HD 1080p Smart TV with AMD FreeSync, Apple AirPlay and Chromecast Built-in, Alexa Compatibility, D40f-J09, 2022 Model

Original price was: $229.99.Current price is: $148.00.

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Specification: VIZIO 40-inch D-Series Full HD 1080p Smart TV with AMD FreeSync, Apple AirPlay and Chromecast Built-in, Alexa Compatibility, D40f-J09, 2022 Model

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‎12.4 Pounds

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‎DTS Virtual:X, Free Channels with WatchFree+

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‎60 Inches

Standing screen display size

‎40 Inches

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‎120 Volts

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10 reviews for VIZIO 40-inch D-Series Full HD 1080p Smart TV with AMD FreeSync, Apple AirPlay and Chromecast Built-in, Alexa Compatibility, D40f-J09, 2022 Model

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  1. dutchw48

    Who can resist upgrading at this low price? This is a great value on a beautiful smart TV. My wife and I are in our 70’s. We had difficulty reading captions on or old 24″ TV. Problem solved! I completed the install with a little help from our caregivers. We purchased a mounting kit with an extension arm for our bedroom. This enables us to fold the TV against the wall when not in use, and easily extend the set for viewing. I plugged in our Amazon Fire Stick with no problems. The numerous streaming services included with this TV will expand our viewing options. We plugged in a new DVD player and our DVD library has been revived with a 40″ picture. We are thoroughly delighted! Although… We have several remote-controlled accent lamps in the bedroom. The remotes for the lamps interfere with the TV remote. Ho hum. We are still exploring lighting solutions. Meanwhile… Pink Floyd rocks in 40″ splendor!

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  2. Sandra Castillo

    El producto cumple con la descripción de la página. Llegó a tiempo y el tamaño es perfecto para un área pequeña.

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  3. Jesus Herrera

    Buena calidad de imagen y sonido. Lo que no esperaba es que su app hub no es funcional en México; hay que usar el celular para acceder a muchas aplicaciones,ya que desde la TV es imposible.

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  4. Cesar G.

    Funciono después que se actualizó, la verdad solo la compré por utilizar el AirPlay

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  5. Mermaid in Marina, CA

    It is perfect . Easy to set up , great picture , awesome features !

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  6. Richard J. Williams

    Has tons of apps preloaded. Everything I use. Clear sharp picture and sound. Not sure what the complaints about the sound and stand are. Went together easily and works great. Yes, a lot options. Use only what you need to. Ignore the rest. Good value!

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  7. Arturo Zertuche

    Esta TV tiene una de las peores pantallas que he visto, los negros estan bien, pero le falta brillo, colores mas vibrantes, fue imposible tratar de calibrar. aparte de eso, VIZIO SMARTCAST OS UI No funciona en Mexico, por lo cual es necesario que uno descargue la app de VIZIO en el smartphone para acceder a aplicaciones como youtube o Disney+. Claro siempre puedes hacer cast de tu movil, pero aun se aurrina la experencia de smart tv. si compran Vizio para mexico, preferible ardquieran un ROKU preferible compren Hisense A40H con android, color más vibrante una interfaz utilizable, solo que recomendado backlight a 60 y el resto en 50, nitidez 0 y se ve Excelente. Mejor calidad de pantalla me descepciona que hayan bajado la calidad de tv

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  8. Josh L McCullough

    We purchased this a couple of months ago (with our own money, no communication with or compensation from the company) as our old 43″ 720p flatscreen was starting to give out and have problems with the picture. We wanted to downsize a bit given the space in our living room, and didn’t want to spend a lot of money for a TV with a ton of features that we weren’t going to use. We did our research and settled on this 32″ Vizio as it had integrated Chromecasting (which we use every day) and a sharper picture than our old set without taking up a lot of room.

    After using it for a while now, we’ve got a pretty good idea of the ins and outs of this TV and how it works for our viewing habits. Some pros and cons:

    Sharp screen/picture quality – granted, it’s not 4K/8K/etc., but it’s quite a step up from the 720p screen we were used to. Even though it’s much smaller size-wise, shows and movies are noticeably better. It does take some adjusting through the settings to find your ideal viewing settings; there are a few different settings for different use cases like gaming, and turning off the motion setting improved things for us as well, but make sure you play around with them to find what looks best to your eyes.

    Size and weight – it’s featherweight compared to our old TV, very easy to mount and adjust and get where you want it without a lot of strain or stress.

    Inputs – you’ve got two HDMIs (one with ARC for using a soundbar), a USB port for powering something like a Roku, an antenna input and some various audio ins/outs. Unless you’re looking for a plethora of input/outputs, this will do the job for the average person out there. Especially given the price, it would make a great secondary TV for a kids’ playroom or similar location where you want to have one available but don’t want to sink a lot of money into extraneous features.

    Built-in Chromecasting – this is a great included feature, and frees up one of the HDMI inputs that we were using on our old set for a 2nd Gen Chromecast. We ran into a problem with this initially that I’ll talk about below, but it seems to have smoothed itself out somehow.

    The Vizio TV app – we have Android phones and I really like the Vizio app for controlling the TV (switching inputs, scrolling through Netflix/Hulu, etc.). We have a cable box that can also scroll through inputs but not other settings, but for cord cutters or people who don’t want to bother with a few different remotes the app connects quickly and reliably to allow you to control things.

    WatchFree – I just started scrolling through the included free movies and shows last night, and there’s a good selection to watch. Granted, if you’re using other streaming services then you might either run into duplicates or option overload, but it’s nice that Vizio gives you some extra choices for viewing when you purchase their TVs with this feature.

    Streaming apps – we use our phones and Chromecasting to watch Netflix/Hulu/etc., but you have a bunch of apps that you can load onto the TV itself and use in place of your phone if you so choose. Better to have more options in this respect than fewer, I figure.


    The speakers – they’re not great, our old TV was more powerful but we’ve gotten used to them at this point. We thought about getting a cheap soundbar but decided against it. Just know that for the price, you’re not getting an audio powerhouse. You can link a soundbar up multiple ways (look at the user manual online for instructions) if you require sharper sound. It can get plenty loud, it’s just that the quality overall isn’t fantastic. We don’t watch a lot of stuff where we’d need super-high-def sound, so it works fine for us. They’re down-firing rather than forward-firing, which may have something to do with it.

    Chromecasting – I haven’t had any problems at all, but my wife’s phone wouldn’t connect reliably for a while. We plugged in our old Chromecast for her to connect to, and now she hasn’t had any problems with either the built-in or external Chromecast. I’m not sure what did the trick, but I’m not going to question a miracle. She found online that other have had problems with reliable built-in Chromecasting, but given our experience YMMV. I made sure that the TV connected to our WiFi with a static address to isolate that variable, but the only thing that seemed to work was the solution above.

    The picture settings – there are a few different default settings for things like gaming, motion enhancement, etc. It can be a bit to go through in order to find your perfect setting(s), but if it’s not looking great at first just try playing around with those settings. I thought I was going to have to return it because the picture was a little dark around the edges and the motion enhancement was driving me nuts, but luckily I decided to play around with things and voila – I haven’t messed around with the picture settings since the first week we got it. It’d just be nice to have it start with a more common ‘default’ setting rather than one that’s supposed to give you a great picture but in reality is just full of supposed enhancements in color, motion, contrast, etc.

    All in all, I think it’s a great TV for the price. It’s got enough extras to cover the bases for most people and use cases if you’re looking for a TV at this size and price range, without a bunch of stuff you’ll never use. It sets up quickly in terms of getting it out of the box, upright, and plugged in in order to use without having to go through a phonebook-sized manual (anyone remember phonebooks?) to figure it out. The phone app is also very helpful and easy to set up, and I’d recommend this TV to others looking for the same thing we were.

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  9. Mermaid in Marina, CA

    Didn’t want a ginormous TV, no space for it. Searched for long time at Best Buy, Costco and Amazon for a 40” TV that would fit on my etagere shelf. Not all TV measurements are the same, you have to consider height with the stand. This Vizio 40” with the stand fit perfectly into my shelf space width wise, about 2” to spare in width and height, and 2” was just enough to allow for angle adjustments. My other existing and prior TV’s are all Vizio and I am quite happy with the Sony brand. I am using a Roku device and everything works great! Very happy with it so far. I’ll update my review later if there’s any problem. I also purchased the extended warranty just in case. In my decision process, other criteria that I factored in is that Amazon would deliver to my doorstep, therefore I would not have to drive anywhere, look for or wait for assistance, or ask for help at home to carry or drag it in from my SUV. That was a big plus! I only wish I had bought it sooner.

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  10. Sandra Castillo

    Es una buena televisión, imagen y sonido excelente solo que al ser de Estados Unidos y usarla en México pierde muchas funciones, se puede usar para transmitir desde celular o computadora e incluso con el air de una Mac o iPhone, pierdes la función de android tv pues en automático detecta la región en la que está (por el wifi) y no te deja instalar nada desde el botón de home, una solución parcial es usar la aplicación para poder acceder a otras aplicaciones que no vienen en el control (en el control solo puede usar hbo, Netflix y prime) desde la app ya puedes usar Disney (no puedes usar star+ porque al ser de Estados Unidos es una aplicación que no existe para ellos y no la toman en vuenta para su catálogo) en conclusión si vas a usarla con algún aparato nacional (tipo izzi, consola de videojuegos o algún aditamentos de smart tv de la región de México) te sirve mucho, si buscas una smart tv no te va a servir de mucho a menos que uses la app desde el celular y descartando algunas aplicaciones que no estén disponibles en estados unidos, en cuanto a calidad de imagen y sonido bastante buenos por el precio, la tasa de refresco de la pantalla es buena para videojuegos ya que tiene sus funciones y detecta en automático cuando una consola o laptop se le conecta

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