Summary: Bought this tv for my grandkids room this past Christmas was a year ago. it may have been turned on and used may 24 hours all together in that time. Was watching it today and it just went off wont come back on. Waste of money should hwbe bought a vizio.
Summary: The Emerson LC320EMXF 32” HDTV is an entry level unit that has served well for over four years, though, admittedly, it sees less use now, than it did the first two years, as it has been moved to the spare bedroom from the master, where it did get fairly constant use. That said, I have experienced zero problems; it always turns on and shuts off, there are no dead pixels that I can see, etc. For a 720p HD unit it provides pretty good picture quality for the price.
Summary: I bought this TV during Walmart's Black Friday sale. I've had it on for about 7-9 hours a day since Christmas. I haven't had the random blackouts or power supply issues that other owners have had, but there is one very annoying thing about this TV: the remote signal. First, some context. Prior to this, I owned a little 17" Vizio.
Summary: I got this as a black Friday deal. My daughter needed a new tv as she only had a tube tv. It has yet to disappoint. The only thing I can say is that the sound quality isn't the best. Not something I would put in my living room at all. It is worth the $99 I paid for it.
Summary: Bought this model and after just a few months we were watching it and the screen went black. Tried to turn back on with remote and on tv and nothing. Tried the hold power and push the menu repeatedly nothing. Paid almost $200. I expected better quality from Emerson. Wish I would have read reviews of this model first, so disappointed!
Summary: I have had this television in my room for about two years now and have never had a single issue with it. I use it regularly and use it frequently for ps3. The 720p quality is very nice. Its not 1080p but ive seen 1080p tvs that don't look as nice, especially at 32in. I give it four stars due to the fact that it is very light, almost too light, it could have been built out of stronger material and It can easily be knocked over by a child.
No reliability problems, great picture, horrible sound.
Sean S, Amazon
7 July 2013
Summary: I have not had any reliability problems with this television. Had it for 1 year now but it is only used a few weeks per year in a summer house. Main reason was the price and the picture seemed good. One year on..... I still think the picture is good.. Contrast is as good as my Samsung at home and at 32in the movies are very sharp and colorful. Great job on that and heck of a bang for your buck. Here's where the wheels fall off the cart.
Summary: I have had this t.v for over a year, and I had to write a review due to seeing how some have had such a negative experience. I was trying to find a 1080p tv that was 32 inches. Seems they are hard to find, and speaking to the guys at target, with t.vs being 32inches or smaller 720p will seem like 1080p. I took it home hooked up my LG blue ray player via HDMI connection to t.v. I don't have cable since its too expensive at this time.
Summary: Got this TV for Christmas. Very frustrating in that it has no TV guide built in (to the remote?), and all you can see on INFO button is what show you're on... not what's coming up, have to change channels to see what's on those channels, etc. It could be that with a different remote you could see that. I'll give it two stars since it hasn't quit on me (yet). Don't know about the reliability, since I haven't had it all that long. But - it's an Emerson.