Both are superior to everything you’d find in this price range five years ago.That said, the Vizio offers slightly better overall visual backlight processing and experience. But it lacks Konka’s convenient Bluetooth connection.
The V505-H19 is a thin bezel body. But it looks good at a low price.The 50-inch panel delivers 10-bit color, a 60Hz refresh rate, and 3840 x 2160 (4K UHD) resolution.It has a full-array LED backlight, so it’s not dimmable. That means the lights are lit from behind with several lights. But the lights will not dim or turn off to reduce the dimming.
The V505-H19 is very light for a 50 ” TV at just 21.5 pounds.I had no problem hanging the TV around to put my feet around to reach cable connections and so on.That meant there would be a bit of stress on points. VESA 200mm x 200mm mount to your bracket or wall.
Vizio knows that there are a lot of older devices on the market in this segment, so the port selection includes composite video inputs and RCA analog audio inputs / outputs.It also has digital optical (Toslink), coax for cable / TV. Satellite or over-the-air antennas, including three HDMI 2.1 ports (2160p @ 60Hz with one supported ARC output), a USB port on hand for media playback (thumb drives, etc.).
There’s no Bluetooth, but the Wi-Fi is dual-band 802.11n, which is fast enough for easily streaming most of the content. If not, there is still an Ethernet port.
Props for Vizio are for HDR10 + support, in addition to Dolby Vision, HDR10, and HLG, not all TVs do that, and it’s not just TVs at this price point. The TV also supports DTS surround and Dolby Atmos, has a low-latency game mode, and supports both Apple AirPlay 2 and Chromecast.The TV also supports Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri voice control.
Interface and remote
Vizio’s SmartCast Home has the same rich content as the TV user interface that comes with all the usual streaming providers, plus curated free content.The SmartCast is also easy to use and controllable. Using the SmartCast app on your smartphone or tablet if you want My only complaint, which is a minor flaw in this day and age, is the full internet connection and it doesn’t happen if your broadband connection stops working. You can still use the TV. But has limited functionality
On the other hand, the rapid repetition (I also noticed this in a review of Vizio OLED) to the company to fix the Media Player app, it was still a simple file browser like DOS, but now responds well, playing all the media I put in it. And not mistaken
The remote is simple and easy to use, although I especially appreciate the transport controls for making media playback a little easier. Still, it fits nicely in the hand and is large enough that it won’t disappear forever between the mattress pads. I didn’t talk to the TV outside of the test. But the lack of mic of the remote may annoy some people. Hey what can i say It’s an entry-level and you can use the SmartCast phone app for that purpose, as well as other supported protocols (Siri, etc.).
It’s a dead ring tone as well as a little blue and the backlight is concerned. However, it has slightly less moiré, shimmer and other artifacts when processing detailed areas in motion.
V505-H19 gives slightly more color saturation. But since the backlight / filter technology has a deep blue color, the red is tilted slightly to orange. Little lime green Very little I should say Many users may not even notice. Again, just like Konka.
Also, don’t forget the hype about Dynamic Motion Rate 120, if you read the description thoroughly, nowhere says smooth action or no judgment. There isn’t any motion compensation like the Konka said, within 60Hz / no offset limit, it’s better than I’ve seen. And the scenes that produce judgment effects, fast pans, and large objects moving rapidly across the screen are quite rare.
Although the V505-H19 supports the most popular HDR formats. It doesn’t have much contrast to do with it. Black is slightly better than the Konka, but still provides backlighting without local dimming. We’re talking more charcoal gray than black. Essentially, it handles HDR, but doesn’t make it a drama that the technology can deliver at higher-contrast and more expensive TVs.
When it comes to sound, the V505-H19 is fine for casual listening from time to time. But I find it annoying. If I were you, I’d say something louder. Please note that after the firmware update, the sound disappeared and did not appear again until I switched to cur free.