Summary: I bought this on a Black Friday sale for under $100. While it worked it was a good kitchen TV. However it lasted about 2 years and then the picture started to have lines in the bottom. A smack on the back left fixed the problem temporarily. Gradually the lines crept higher and higher and the lines began to expand into chunks of white horizontal bars. Long story short the smack in the back doesn't work anymore and all I have is a black screen with audio.
Summary: First are the positives. This is a quality tv, and it will last you. If you're content to have a smaller t.v. I got this t.v. back in May of 2009, and its still going strong today. The negative is it has no hdmi port. Recently I got a blue ray player. And I can't use it until I upgrade my tv. So I guess I get to do that next month.
Summary: Picture is decent, needs some adjusting depending on lighting but easy to use format, no HMDI port, just AV, monitor display port, and cable input. Volume is decent, able to watch and play movies through DVD, Blu-ray, Roku, PS3, Xbox 360, with decent picture and sound. Overall a decent buy for under $100, would not spend any more than that, good for a children's room, kitchen, bathroom, or college dorm TV.
Summary: purchased this tv at walmart, took it home and set it up, when we got it programed to our cable hook up we were disapointed in the picture quality, not as sharp as what we saw in the store. I boxed it back up and took it back the next day, found out that they hook up the tv's in store in a totally different way which we do not have available to us at home.
Summary: The Good: The TV served its purpose which was for a small bedroom. It was able to have cable or antenna TV. No major issues for the first 8 months. Audio is Average and picture is average as well. The Bad: Customer service is horrible if you have issues good luck getting it resolved. My A/V port on the TV lost the video portion and was no longer usable for items such as ps3 or DVD players.
Summary: This television is OK, but for the price I guess I should not have expected better. The quality of the connections seems to be somewhat fragile and cheaply made, but at least it is working. Just a cheap set for my purposes.
Summary: This TV is just okay, for bedroom or other low use areas. It doesn't seem to have a QAM tuner to allow you to access sub-channels like 3.2, 15.2, etc. while on cable(I have others that do this, including a Digital Labs 7"!) You have to totally reprogram this TV to broadcast to get the HD channels. The picture seems pretty good for cable though, so keeping it for limited use.
Summary: I bought this from our smalltown TV store in July 2011, not wanting to buy from the Big Box store. It was doing great until the picture started fading away. I took it back to the store I bought it from, sad to say, they were getting ready to go out of business. They checked it out and said that one of panel hadn't been soddered right, so I took it home, lasted 4 more days when the picture went out again.
Great little LCD TV over all, but something not so great.....
Quadro Sinead Summer, Amazon
26 November 2011
Summary: FIRST THE POSITIVES: I got this little TV at walmart for $98 last night, black friday. Now honestly for $98 bucks it really is a steal. It works flawlessly. The default color is nearly perfect without any user calibration. Perhaps a bit too saturated but that is easily udjusted. There are plenty of settings on this tv for picture and sound. There are numerous picture modes as well as several color temperature adjustments.