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8.2* out of 10

Sansui SLED3280

Great Deal: $399.99

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Overall 8

Sansui SLED3280

Justin, Amazon
7 February 2013
  • Summary: Amazing picture though i use this as a pc monitor. To get games and all working with you a custom made driver may be required. Everything works great the only other problem is if you own a Mac the screen can and will go to 1080p but is shifted over to the right of the screen and can not be corrected. Thus why i give it 4 stars and not 5.
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Overall 10

Sansui TV

MartyZ "Engineer", Amazon
19 August 2012
  • Summary: I needed a TV to fit in a 30.7" space that had variable audio out, and was 1080p with LED backlight. This unit was perfect. It is 2 years old, but new. I have 3 Sansui, and they are all wonderful. It replaced an 18 month old high end Sony that died. My only gripe and it is Sony's problem. The Sony BlueRay DVD remote doesn't know Sansui codes and is to crappy to scan for the code. But I was able to get rid of 2 remotes!
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Overall 2

Terrible !!!

leb "leb", Amazon
4 June 2012
  • Summary: The other reviewer was correct. I took a chance on this tv assuming that the other review was overly sensitive since he was a digital artist. Boy was i wrong! the tv looks as if you have your color depth settings set to 16bits. terrible terrible. id go so far as saying this is NOT a 1080 or 720 resolution tv. You cant read any text on screen if using a computer. while watching videos the colors bleed into each others pixel. its useless. its not even worth $200.
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Overall 2

Get what you pay for

Fate3283, Amazon
4 January 2012
  • Summary: I've owned a 720p HDTV from RCA for several years and have always loved it. When it went out I decided to upgrade to 1080p and found this one from Sansui. The picture quality was horrible. The edges were much too sharp, and were only slightly better when the preferences were changed. What was worse though, was the color. Instead of having a smooth transition between colors it was more like abrupt color swatches.
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