Pros: Great picture for 720P, will accept 1080P resolution at 60hz. has lasted a long time without much trouble.
Cons: this model is notorious for bad solder on the power connector causing the set to fail. it is a very easy fix, the power supply is separate and held in with 6 screws, simply re solder the bad spots and it is up and running again.
Summary: The design and function of the remote is so poor that you'd swear that you're holding something made by the Soviet Union cirica 1954.
Pros: Great picture and sound.
Cons: This television quit working after just over a year, leaving me with a very expensive paper weight. The company provided technical support, but nothing that could bring back the picture. Beware Olevia.
Summary: Comments about Olevia 237T: Olevia is one of those upcoming brands, on the lower side of the price range, yet on the higher side of the quality. Just very refreshing to see in the market these days. I bought the 537H for the bedroom and was extremely pleased with that.
Pros: For $599, It was not only the best buy but the only buy!Has all the basic functions for HD T.V. The tuner is very good at picking up all channels. Colors are accurate and brightness/contrast ratios are excellent.The audio is clear and loud at 30 watts and can be herd over your screaming kids, yel...
Cons: The "OSD" menu is not exactly intuitive but you will get used to it!
Summary: Comments about Olevia 237T: This is a great tv that I would have never thought I would have owned. I saw the price here at pcRUSH.com and couldn’t pass it up. Never ever heard of the manufacturer but the sound and picture quality is amazing. I give it a thumbs up.
Summary: The 537H is way better if you can buy that t.v.
Pros: This was a fantastic television while it worked!! After owning the t.v. for two weeks the Component 2 input went out I had luckily kept the box around which made the return extremely simple. I sent the T.V. back and spoke to a supervisor who told me that they would send a new set out as soon as t...
Cons: Never call Olevia on a weekend they send you to an overseas call center. On the weekdays you speak with a national call center, and they are actually able to help you.