Summary: We bought this TV for a small space where we have a computer. The TV arrived a few days after I placed the order. Setup was easy and we connected the unit to our cable box. I also connected my video game system with no problem at all. The instruction book covered the basics. The sound is clear and after I tilted the screen, the picture was sharp. I've had enough experience with LCD screens to know how important the tilt of the screen can be to see it correctly.
Summary: I have been using this as both a Television Set in my home office, and a monitor on my Desktop. To say I am pleased would be understatement. The picture, sound and overall quality of the set up is excellent, and it's operation is so straightforward that the instruction manual was almost unnecessary.
Summary: I bought this tv and after about 2 years of moderate use (about 30 minutes a day) it just stopped working. After doing some internet research, I've learned that many Sanyo tv's have the same problem as mine. It just...stops working as the power light flickers off and on. Sanyo seems to make some pretty good budget electronics but tv's aren't one of them I guess. Be cautious.
Summary: Just like the other review here, mine quit working after a couple years also. This TV was RARELY used. I estimate it only had about 40 hours of use over the 2 year period since it was purchased. Like the the other reviewer stated, the power light comes on for a second or two and then right back off. ...I'm very disappointed with this Sanyo TV for having played out so soon and having gotten such little use out of it.
Summary: This may not be a good example of this model. While the quality of the image is excellent, I cannot recommend this set because of the extreme overscan and the poor tuner sensitivity. It should probably have been returned to the store right after its purchase 6 months ago, but there are several personal reasons why this just could not happen.
Pros: Picture quality is excellent except for the excessive overscan. Sound quality is good.
Cons: Top, bottom and sides of all programs are cut off in full-screen (wide screen - normal) mode. The tops of peoples heads are lopped off and the text messages that scroll along the bottom with newscasts cannot be read. Tuner sensitivity is very poor. It share a broadcast signal (with amplifier) with an emerson LCD TV. The Emerson pulls in the digital stations far, far better than the Sanyo.