Summary: This is a great tv if you are looking for options to watch local channels when stuck at work or at a function away from tv. It has a really nice picture and it comes with two types of antenna but if you are in a metal building you might want to buy a bigger antenna because sometimes position can be a pain , but this is with all portable tvs. This tv also has plenty of volume unless you are in a really noisey place.
Summary: The scan picked up all of the digital stations in the Chicago area and they come in crystal clear. Occasionally, I may have to move the TV a little or extend the antenna to pick up a station. The TV is so light and can be carried around. I only have to plug it in about once a week to charge it. The only thing I can barely complain about is that the on/off switch is small and kind of awkwardly located. The design on the whole is very slick looking. The sound is good too.
Summary: I had a little trouble at first getting it to scan for channels -- I kept getting the dreaded "no signal" message -- but that was my fault and once I figured it out, there's been no further problem.
Two things I noticed in other reviews that I don't understand or agree with. One is that it can operate on regular batteries. I wish that were true, but I don't think so. As far as I can tell it only works on the battery that's built in.
Summary: I received the TV and it was exactly as I expected. The reviews that I had read really lead me in the right direction. I originally thought the TV would play while moving in a vehicle. It clearly states that it is intended for stationary use only and not in a moving vehicle. Which is understandable since you have to search for the rays. The sound is fine for the price and what you would expect for such a lower price TV.
Summary: I got this tv for camping and long car rides (needs inverter because no car plug made for this item) and about a week after it arrived my power went out. I whipped out this little sucker and it worked perfectly. I got about 15 channels on the air setting and in hindsight could have even ran my cable to it. Some of the channels i picked i don't even think i get on my digital cable. A few were some kind of Mexican radio channels, which is weird because i live in Indiana.