Summary: Philips 22PFL3505D/F7 22-Inch LCD HDTV, Black First off 5star in picture sound could be better but its fine i bought this tv in 2009 and its 12/1/12 when i wrote this review and this tv has lasted me 3 years so far picture is as good as the day i bought it.
Summary: Well my mother bought one almost 2 years ago and it still works fine. For that reason i bought the same TV, but i wasn't that lucky. Just 2 weeks later my tv has a thin vertical blue line that really bothers me.
Summary: the set has a very high picture quality so long as i am in the sweet spot,aprx.5ft.of the tv.when ever i get closer or farther away the picture quality will either get very dark or very light.i have HDMI cable connected. the lack of consistent high picture quality is my only beef.
Summary: Good quality tv. I've owned it for about a month and it has everything I want. I'm able to hook it up to my gaming system and my computer so it works out nice. Picuture quality is excellent as well. If you plan on playing Call of Duty with more than 2 people you might want a larger screen.
Summary: Dear fellow Amazonianz My previous television was a 25" Sharp purchased 15 years ago. At the time it was considered top o'the line, even though it weighed a mere 3 tons and was unmoveable. When it fell, landlord came running up stairs to see if I was still alive. Being so large and dense, it survived the fall and continued providing great images but the sound was slowly fading.
Summary: What can I say, the TV was a good value for the size and it came to the house in good shape. We've had the TV on almost everyday and it's been working perfectly. The set up was effortless, it automatically scanned the channels and we were done. I had to go back and de-select some of the stations but that was easy too.