Excerpt: Older TV model with good picture quality if you tweak the settings, but it takes a pretty long time to figure out what works and what doesn't work for a good picture. Inputs are a paltry 2 HDMI and 1 component input which doubles as the composite input. You really need an HDMI multi input box for the typical household setup. Sound is adequate but even a low end soundbar will greatly improve the audio in your room.
Pros: adequate sound, Bright display, Energy efficient, good picture (eventually), Great Value, Inexpensive, Lightweight, Realistic color
Excerpt: This TV is good; an amazing picture and not too complicated controls. Well worth its price. We paired it with a Samsung Smart blue-ray player and both work well together (we don't have cable, so we only watch through the blue-ray or computer). Like most TVs the sound can be iffy with needing to go all the way to 100 for certain applications. One such application is playing videos from your computer.
Pros: Bright display, Built-In Speakers, Inexpensive, Lightweight, Realistic color
Excerpt: I purchased this 3D TV because I wanted to be able to watch 3D movies and sports, but didn't want to spend a small fortune. The TV is my first 3D TV and has not let me down. The TV has a lot of picture setting for customization of picture. The only negative thing I can say about the TV is that there is some flickering during some fast scenes. I use a surround sound system for audio, so I cannot comment about the audio of the TV.
Pros: 3D, Inexpensive, Lightweight, Realistic color
Summary: Everything about this tv is great. The picture. The 3D. It's almost perfect. The reason it gets 4 and not 5 stars is bc it only has 2 hdmi ports. Luckily I run everything through my receiver. But man. With all the technology this day and age only 2 hdmi ports is not enough unless u plan to plug and unplug often.