Summary: The TV itself is OK but we have issues with the audio. I always have the TV remote next to me because the audio will go from too quite to too loud, so I adjust the volume through out the movie. At times I can barely hear the TV when the volume is maxed out.
Summary: I got a great deal on this tv at $400 at a local store. But right from the begining I noticed the backlight was bleeding on the top right and lower right corners of the screen. While watch full screen tv its not very noticable unless it's a very dark scene. But watching a dvd with the black bars on the top and bottom you can see it all the time. Which has bothered me from day one.
Summary: After 15 years of our big-box rear-projection TV, we made the jump to HD and bought this at a big box store for $399. Good: -Picture, during day hours -Price -Connections Bad -Backlight bleed - there's a lot. It's not a huge deal to me, but be aware of it - some people can't stand any of it. Other Coby TVs have had the issue as well. -Horrible built in sound quality, but that's expected. I hooked up my system. Overall, it's not a bad deal.
Summary: Overall pleased with the Coby LEDTV5028. Comes out of the box with overscan enabled, also contrast and color saturation are set way too high. Once I adjusted the picture, the video quality was good. Sound is sub-par as others have mentioned. Great value.
Summary: Got it on Black Friday. So far, love it. Pictures are good, especially watch 1080i or 1080p programs. Dual TV tuner which I definitely need for my satellite provides analog signals while cable provides digital. Having given 5 stars, I'll focus on what are not so perfect, Plain design - it's a 1080p LED, nothing more. That is, if you are looking for fancy looking or trim, you'd be disappointed. However, I'd like to add that ultra slim design is really a plus.
Summary: We have had this television for several months and are very pleased with it. It has 3 HDMI inputs, but only one AV input. There is one very small area in a corner that is missing some pixels, but otherwise it is a fantastic picture.
Summary: Got this tv on a black Friday sale from Fry's at a screaming deal of $397.00. I knew Coby make very reliable products in affordable price ranges but not sure about this 60Hz TV until I watched it. With a marvelous native contrast ratio, pixel-to-pixel scan option, and 6.5ms response rate it can easily beat any brand name in terms of picture qualities. A very decent operational menu without cumbersome options provide easy-to-use user experience.
Summary: I bought this TV locally for half the price I see online. FIRST, it's by no means a match for top of the line brands, but it's a darn good tv for the money. colors are vibrant and blacks are not bluish as in other cheap panels, some uneven edge lighting but no worse than some more expensive brands, blacks are actually pretty good, SD channels look worse than my LG LED tv, but I can't see any major flaws with this tv.