Summary: I've had it about a year now. No issues at all. Sweet TV. I like that mute only brings it to half mute, nice feature. I swivel it constantly from left to right (left when I'm at my desk, right when watching TV in bed) and the HDMI cable hasn't gotten "loose". I figured it would by now but it hasn't.
With this model you can even label QAM cable channels
David Johnson, Amazon
23 November 2012
Summary: While most TVs these days seem alike in everything from styling to performance, the people at Toshiba were thoughtful enough to include what I consider to be a very important feature in the Model 26C100U, one that is sadly missing from most 2011-12 TVs today.
Summary: We bought the Toshiba 26C100U TV because our DTV converter was fading, and we were told the converters were only meant to span the time between the conversion and the purchase of a tv with its own digital tuner.
Summary: I bought this TV for my bedroom, and it is the perfect size. I put it on top of a dresser and I can see it just fine from my bed. I hooked it up to my DVD player and the picture was great, haven't tried it with the cable box yet, but I'm sure the picture will look great.
Summary: My expectations were probably much too high. I found the sound to be fine but the picture needed to be set on maximum brightness and even then at times it was not bright enough. The viewing angle for good color renindition is limited which is probably true of all LCD TVs.