Summary: Nice size, fairly easy to operate, but it just has poor color. Mine is too blue and there is no adjustment for blue in the set-up screens. You can shift between green and red or adjust intensity. In the advance menu you can adjust color temperature but that will not get the image correct. I have had to use some special procedures in Win7 to adjust the color and still it's not right.
Summary: I really liked it, had no problems with it. I connected my PC using a HDMI cable and the TV looked awesome, has a excellent picture. I am also using for games with my xbox and I'm very happy, it's spectacular for gaming. I can honestly say I'm very happy with it.
Summary: This LG monitor/TV has some very good features, such as: a good remote, an easy to use radial menu, easy setup and customization, good inputs, and a nice appearance. It has good sound for a small flat panel, and it has a decent picture BUT ONLY AT A LIMITED VIEWING ANGLE. I bought this unit to be used as a wall mount bedroom TV and as a monitor for playing PS3 games.
Summary: Bottom line up front, the M2280D is, in my opinion, an overall "good" buy, and I would buy it again. The tv lives up to the name "FLATRON". This thing is definitely flat...although it almost borders on flimsy because of it (especially the base). The TV definitely is made as a TV with the capability of a monitor added as an extra feature...not the other way around. For connections and setup, the TV lacks most of the features of most "HD"-capable monitors.
Summary: This TV has a external power brick, not stated on the write-up and not acceptable... Never even made it out of the box. For the first time ever, I got less than par customer service from Amazon... What a downer. EDIT: There is a really weird spec sheet if you click the link to look at all of the specs. The spec sheet is for a PC... Also, there is no viewing angle listed for the TV, likely because they don't want you to know what it really is.
1080p, high end menu options, dual tuner memories, but still a TN panel
17 December 2011
Summary: Goldstar (LG) lists this as a 'monitor', not a TV. As in computer monitor, even though it has a built in tuner. Very odd. Equally odd is they do offer a 22" TV, but it is only 720p. For the price, one would hope for a IPS or PVA panel, but this still has a common (cheap) TN panel with narrow vertical viewing angles though not as bad as the viewing angles of Laptops! Plus or minus 10 degrees up or down and the PQ changes!
Great TV and Great Picture (After Changing Settings)
7 December 2011
Summary: The default settings for this TV sucked. They put the sharpness really high and at first at just thought that was the way the TV was. I changed the settings, lowering the sharpness mainly and then the TV looked awesome. I would definitely agree that the price was just a tad bit high but that is mainly due to the company that makes it. LG is actually very reliable for TVs. Overall the TV is great.
Summary: I have had this TV for about a month and a half and I am loving it, it has become my new baby. As I play a lot of video games I wanted a 1080p TV but not to large and this seemed to fit the bill. As well as Xbox 360 I have used it for movies, my computer, a old Xbox and just normal TV and it has been great for all those things. One thing I did notice, when you are not using hdmi the volume seems very low but despite that, I give it a definite 5 stars.