Excerpt: When you think of Sanyo you think of Pachislo Machines if your In Japan, Now if your in America you think of cheap tvs from Walmart. This is exactly what your getting for the money. You can easily pick up a 32inch flatscreen for around 300... Nice price but here is the problem, Sanyo LCDs have a bad problem of screen burns..
Excerpt: I was not expecting such a crisp, clear picture with only a 15" screen, but I was pleasantly pleased to find out I was wrong. We got it for my 86 year old mother-in-law. She is very pleased with the picture, but she is having a lot of problems with the remote control. Too many buttons. The television itself takes up such a small amount of space that we were able to position it on top of her desk and she couldn't be happier.
Excerpt: I wanted and needed a new tv so I went to walmart for a good deal. I got the tv home and since I am not techno swavy it took me a very long time to get it set up. but I think i have got it right but I don't have hd cable and so the pocture quality is a little blury on some of the channels. charter cable says for 5 a month I can get hd and all my chanels will be clear. I have only had the tv 3 days so we will see what time will bring.
Excerpt: I purchased this TV (Sanyo DP15647) 7/27/07 and have had no complaints with it until today ~ it flat out DIED after working fine up to turning it off last night. Green power light comes on but NO picture, NO sound. Prior to this the only 'complaint' was the location of the volume buttons on the remote!
Summary: Love - the small size(since my room is small and this fits neatly into the scheme of things - the fact that it has quite a good number of video input options(out of which I use one for hooking my PS2 Great buy if you are looking for a small, slim lcd tv for a small room!!