Summary: Its a tv. It still works. I'm not picky about the color and sound. Everything looks good and adequate. Occasionally connect pc's when i don't have a monitor. Never bought a wireless adapter. Connect ethernet or a wireless router as a bridge when i need to upgrade firmware.
Summary: Great TV but as I found out on the Internet it seams to have an inhearant flaw where it looses the ability to use some HDMI ports. We rarely watch cable and such so using the apps in the TV for crafting and such was just AWSOME!
Summary: The picture quality is fine. We use it for watching movies on Netflix. It is most definitely NOT plug and play. The owner's manual is NOT comprehensive. Have had to re-set the internet password several times.
Summary: I have been using this for a year now. I have it hooked up to my computer and to a dvd player. I am using the HDMI option and the resolution is remarkable. I don't have any complaints other than the sound. It seems like these types of T.V.'s are very quiet in comparison to the old style T.V.'s.
Summary: So I give this tv a solid 4 mainly because, I should have went with the 37" and I do not have a Blu-Ray player so I am unsure about the true potential. This tv is beautiful to look at. Set up was really easy, and had zero defects out of the box.
Pros: Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality
Summary: I've had this TV for two weeks now - here are my first impressions... As expected, this TV has a wonderful picture, which I guess is what matters most. Brightness and clarity are terrific. Blacks are pretty deep, though not quite as black as I was hoping.
Summary: I bought this TV to replace an older 27" tube TV and I have to say I love it with one exception, the sound. The picture is very clear and the HD pictures are amazing. Coming from a standard TV, this is a major jump in image quality for me.
Summary: I returned this TV and buying similar mode 32LE5300 without internet. I will attach a media player like "WD TV Line Plus" with it. 32LE5400 is quite limited in playing media from my DLNA server. It does not play photos and videos that I have from my cannon camera.
Summary: Well it's a 1080p set from a major manufacturer. I expect it to be good and it doesn't disappoint. I really like NetCast - direct connectivity to streaming services. The services are somewhat limited, but that's likely to change with software updates.