Despite our usual picture quality quibbles, the well-equipped Vizio VO47LF 47-inch flat-panel LCD stays true to the company's good-value reputation.
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The well-equipped Vizio VO47LF 47-inch flat-panel LCD stays true to the company's good-value reputation despite our usual picture-quality quibbles.
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