Summary: I bought a used one of this model, but wanted to add my 2 cents in. This is a rather basic TV/Monitor. It also is a little bulky for the screen size. The depth is far thicker than one can get these days (2014). However, there are a few features that make this thing workable. First, it has 1080p capability. Many older LCD tvs of that time were stuck at 720p. There are also multiple inputs on the back (including HDMI) that lend itself well to hi-def viewing.
Summary: only had this tv for a day but the hd clarity is much better than my old tv. easy to set up but could not intregrate my dish remote to control the dvr and the tv together. otherwise seems to work great so far.
Summary: Nice little TV. You take it out of the box, attach the base (3 screws), put the included batteries in the remote, hook up the cable, plug it in, hit power, answer a few questions and it starts to automatically scan for channels which takes 10 minutes or so. Voila, you're watching and listening to TV. If you get a HD signal, they come in fine. For that you'd enter 5 for standard def. channel 5 and 5-1 for the HD channel 5. Easy.
Summary: This TV is the second try on purchasing a 19" TV. The picture is clear & sharp and the sound is acceptable. The first one (Sanyo) the sound drove me crazy, very tinny. There is a menu option that gives us several choices on the clarity of the screen. We do not have HDTV access.