Summary: It's been just over 3 years since I purchased my refurbished Sigmac, and I'm incredibly happy with the purchase. The TV is awesome, and I can't believe I found it at such a cheap price. People always comment on the image, the 1080p and 120Hz combo really looks amazing.
Summary: I am still using this TV after 3 years (it quit turning on a little after 2 years and I had to repair it). It has mainly been used for PS3 and PS4 usage. The 1080p and 120Hz is a minimum requirement for me after having this TV.
Summary: I bought, sold and installed 30+ of the 32" SIGMAC Flatscreens to a low budget Boston hotel. Six or seven units were Dead on Arrival. I was able to swap boards around and bring about half back to life and deliver.
Summary: The screen quality is very good for such a cheap price, but the speakers are HORRIBLE. They sound terrible even at low volumes. If you're looking for a cheap TV for a short term use, I think this is for you.
Summary: I purchased a 55" version of this tv. Be careful, you get what you pay for. 4 months after purchase the TV went out. The extended warranty i paid for dosen't kick in for one year so i was forced to goto the manufacturer. Except there's a problem...
Summary: This is a wonderful little set, providing a medium sized screen with 120hz and the best resolution currently possible (1080p). Plenty of inputs, pc compatible, and sleek. Great little set, great price. The problem is -and perhaps I am simply overlooking the jack- a lack of a headphone jack.