Excerpt: This is a nice sized television that gets the job done, if you want something simple that you are going to watch television every now and then on. Otherwise, you might want to choose a different television to watch movies and play games on. Overall the television is set at a great price year round and you can buy it with or without an pre-installed DVD player.
Excerpt: Usually this tv has a bad reception it tends to go black when i doesn't have signal. It's frustrating getting up to fix the antenna and sometimes the image wont show anymore. All the channels you want to see wont show as well. I believe it was better before when there was no digital tv because at least when there was no good reception you were still able to see your favorite tv shows. But now there is no option at all.
Excerpt: This TV is relatively inexpensive, but you get what you pay for. From even a short distance, the image quality is grainy, though the further back you get the better the image appears; that's not necessarily a bad thing, but it's not good either, as the image overall tends to stay somewhat grainy, and at times a bit distorted. One great function is the ability to switch the format of the screen (Normal, 16:9, Movie Expand, Zoom, and Wide).
Summary: After doing a lot of research this TV stood out on price for specs so I bought it. Despite probably being better than the direct competition it really is very limited and you might as well spend another $100 to actually get some quality with a Samsung.