Great Bargain TV for second bedroom, or spare den!
Cool Spot, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: I got this TV during the Black Friday 2013 "Lightning Deal". It's a great purchase for a second bedroom TV or spare guest room, or even those just wanting a quality HDTV without any of the frills of newer TV sets. It has 3 HDMI, 1 Component, 1 Composite, VGA/PC. Screen quality is great if you take the time to adjust picture settings from their preset values. I have it currently hooked up to my Wii U ( as well as PS2 ) and haven't had any issues with video game consoles.
Summary: Television broke withing eight months. Now it must be shipped back to the manufacturer at MY expense and it will be replaced by a remanufactred unit. I don't expect that to last any longer. I'm considering just throwing it in the trash. It's not worth the shipping. The sound and picture are mediocre at best.
Summary: Average picture, very slow response remote control. Picture went out in 8 months (common w/ Seiki). After over 1 1/2 months, emails, and 10 hours of being on hold and conversations w/ Seiki Customer Support, I am still waiting on them to process and ship my replacement.(though I have been told many times they are waiting on UPS...not true!) A simple search on online I found that many others have an identical experience with the product and company.
Summary: Super pleased with this tv! Received this tv free when purchasing another item for my house (obviously the "free" aspect makes me a bit biased) but as it so happens, I have another tv comparable to this one already. I also have a Phillips 32" LED flat panel model# PFL4505D/F7 that I purchased about 3 years ago for $300-350 (when that was about the lowest price for a 32" flat panel, especially name brand) and this one has features I've wished for on my Phillips since I...
Summary: I guess every one has a different opinion.All TV's come from china and a lot of manufactures have production problems.I bought 3 of these not from amazon but from big lots for $199 each.i could not be happier.I have not used the tv, just using these as gaming computer monitors. I have a huge desk shaped like a square horse shoe.
Summary: The TV has to be replaced due to two white vertical lines on the screen. Seiki informs us that we must pay to ship the TV back. Since this is a warranty repair, can Amazon get these charges reversed?