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8.8* out of 10

Supersonic SC-199

9” Widescreen LCD TV Selectable Screen Mode: Wide (16:9) / N Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Supersonic SC-199

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Overall 4

no refund

emjay, Amazon
14 April 2011
  • Summary: The Supersonic LCD TV did not receive transmissions with the antenna provided. I contacted my cable provider to establish a connection so the TV could be used. Unfortunately, the cable provider's digital adapter was not compatible with the Supersonic TV. I attempted to return the item for a refund but was told TV's ARE NOT returnable. I now have "thrown away" $133.00. Beware of ANTONLINE.
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Overall 4

5-star my a##

RANCO, Amazon
7 April 2011
  • Summary: I was excited to receive this tv. It is 3 inches larger than every thing else out there. This did not last long.It was a problem right out the box. First off, every time you turn it on you must "switch" it from dvd player to tv. The default position should be tv. Secondly, the remote control is the most difficult to use I have ever had. Multiple presses for each command, if it then decides to act. Changing batteries,no improvment. Thirdly , The worst reception possible.
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Overall 2

Poor product and no customer service

D. Musall, Amazon
16 March 2011
  • Summary: Just recently received this from Amazon. The seller was Antonline. Do not buy this. You will be dissapointed! My item had poor audio from the TV. The DVD player seemed ok but the TV audio was noisy with hisses and scratches on all stations. Even did it with the volume turned all the way down. The buttons on the remote control don't respond very well. Neither did the buttons on the TV unit.
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Overall 10

Great Combination Emergency TV, Portable DVD, and Electronic Picture Frame

hazymarty, Amazon
24 July 2010
  • Summary: I was looking for a TV that I could use in the event of an extended power failure as happened in my part of Houston a couple of years ago after hurricane Ike. At that time a small battery-powered black and white TV I had which ran on 8 "D" cells maintained my wife and I's sanity, but now it wouldn't work any more since broadcasts are all-digital.
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