Summary: i your planning on buying it for what it was made for, than its a decent cheap t.v. If you want a 1080p monitor, this is NOT for you. The highest resolution this tv supports as a monitor is 1440x900. Its weird, it clearly has more pixels available to display, but it doesn't use them.
Summary: Purchased Black Friday 2010 - on sale with rebate. We wanted a to replace an older Sony CRT in bedroom with an LED TV and not spend a lot. For a bit over a hundred bucks (after waiting outside the store on a blustery cold morning) we got a pretty nice 22" TV.
i bought this refurbished by sansui, but it came as new
G. Meyer "garbagefile", Amazon
23 May 2011
Summary: it must have been a return or something. it still had the tape like stuff on the sides protecting it that they put on new TVs. the picture on this is very good when you hook it up to a cable box.
Summary: I bought this TV at one of the big box membership stores recently. Upgrading from a small tube set, for the kitchen. The design is very minimalist and nice to look at when the set is off. Picture quality for an inexpensive tv (I paid under $200) is very good.
High hopes, dashed shortly after turning on. Limited color shades and poor VGA/HDMI resolution support
ND Consumer, Amazon
4 January 2011
Summary: This TV was a black friday special at an upper-midwest home improvement chain. It was a 1080 panel in 22" size with LED backlight for 20% less after rebate than what others were charging for a 720 panel in 19" size with CFL backlight.
Summary: The television is a nice one for the price. It has a great picture and there have been no issues with it as of yet. It was bought as a gift for my daughter and she loves it. Where else can you get a 1080p for this price?
Summary: Pros: Sound is okay Cons: Terrible as a monitor (which you would expect to use a panel of this size as). Colors are washed out, blue is over emphasized, text is blurred. Fought with the settings for 2 hours in vain. Is this even a true 1080P panel?