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: This is the first new moniter i have bought for many years after having a Sandisk SD screen. Its quite a step up and it's clear the technology is much better. I use it as a screen for my desktop PC and my PS3 and works great for both these things. I have an ariel but so far havn't been able to get it to work beacuse of the bad freeview signal in my area so nothing to do with the screen. It does have an internal ariel but again i wouldnt know how well it works.
Pros: crisp picture, freeview tuner, little glare, lots of inputs, simple stlying
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.
Summary: Image Quality I have been using this monitor with a PS3 and a high-end gaming/video editing computer, for both devices the picture quality is absolutely superb. The full HD resolution of the LCD, combined with LED backlighting really pushes this monitor ahead of all others in the same price range and size.
Pros: Perfect 22" full HD monitor/TV with multiple AV inputs and outputs, and excellent speakers.
Summary: For the money this TV is hands-down the best buy available. I use it for a TV / PC Monitor in the office. The LG M2280D 22 inch is a full HD LED TV with a stylish 22 inch flat-screen TV that offers 1080p High Definition and a 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio. Every colour explodes on your screen! The picture quality is stunning be it on Freeview, DVD or via the USB connection at the back.
Summary: Monitor with LED backlight, gives the user the ability to track the digital TV programs. Thanks to LED backlighting, power consumption is rather small and amounts to 35 watts. This monitor boasts a large number of connections, from which I would extract two HDMI video input and a PCMCIA slot for external modules and decoders.
Summary: I decided to buy this product as i have recently moved into my own apartmet and after spending a while searching throught reviews and round stores this seemed like a great choice. It receives both Digital and Analogue channels and the quality is a big improvement on my previous tv. I was drawn to this set mainly because of its incredibly stylish appearance but the specification also looked very good, especially considersing the price.
Pros: High quality display, easy setup, stylish asthetics
Summary: As a TV this seems to work very well. It receives both Digital and Analogue channels where I live. The 'red-button' and text services work fine, and actually seem to be a little bit faster than on my other TV. Sound quality is OK, there isn't very much bass but considering the size of the set it is perfectly acceptable. As a computer monitor it also seems to work very well.