Performance exceeds expectations and delivers great picture quality
27 September 2014
Summary: Performance exceeds expectations and delivers great picture quality. Cinema sounds has a lot of punch.. so much, that a 'smart sound' function to minimize overly loud commercials would have desired.
Summary: The panel on this TV has failed after only 18 months of casual use. I called a television repair person who said it would cost more to fix the tv than to just replace it. I'm beyond disappointed! Up to this point I was very happy with the tv but would not advise anyone to purchase a JVC tv!!
Summary: I bought this TV. Is wonderful. Nice colors and bright display. Sound is the best !! I have MLB.TV and watch baseball games clear and bright. 3D movies excellent, better than a Sony, Samsung or whatever.. Netflix excellent, my friends are surprised about the quality of video.
Summary: We are sticking with our Samsung 50 inch plasma tv. Although it takes but 2 more seconds to get Netflix through our PS3 the picture quality of the JVC is just NOT good. The blue hue that you see when you stand on either side of the TV was annoying along with the slight separation of color while...
Summary: I purchased this JVC TV because it was the most affordable 55-inch with all of the features I wanted. We moved the set to a larger room and was replacing a 32-inch SONY Bravia which, except for size, was a great HDTV.
Summary: This is really a sleeper TV. The only place I could find it was Sam's Club and online. Very hard to find hence why few people know about it. The following three things make this TV worth consideration: 3D, sound, great picture quality. For the price you're getting a lot of features.
Summary: So I finally got a smart TV and I was totally excited for it. I was literally jumping up and down when the TV arrived to my house. I read the instructions, set it up and the screen was mat and very pretty.
Summary: I fell for the reviews. I assumed that in this day and age, with most of the screens made by Samsung and Sharp that all TVs would largely have the same image quality and that the differentiation of the integrated Apps, innovative remote and improved sound would be worth it. Boy was I wrong.