Summary: Overall, its a decent television for the money. Id probably recommend spending a few more dollars and getting a traditional LCD Samsung. Pros: -good viewing angles -cheap -really thin -good brightness Cons: -pretty bad contrast -darks and shadows frequently wash out
Summary: I've had this TV for about 3 months and the reviews are dead-on! The picture is nice (well...OK) but it takes forever to set it to the way you want it. After fooling with it for several hours, I finally came back to these reviews and used the recommendations of one of the reviewers. They were very helpful except that I had to tweak the sharpness more for my taste.
Summary: Lets be real about this tv, this is a mid level B brand HDTV. With that being said, you get exactly what you paid for. PROS: Its physical appearance. Its one of the better looking $500-$600 TVs out there, slim with a stylish bezel. Simple to assemble and setup. CONS: The TV does not swivel or tilt.
Summary: We bought this TV shortly after our TV died on Thanksgiving day. No boring tech specs here. The package arrived one day earlier than expected, Kudos to Amazon and UPS. The TV arrived in good shape. Upon opening the box, the base stand was first to come out; it has a fair amount of weight to it to help support this 40" TV. The screen easily connected to the base stand with four hefty screws...quite easy for one person to put together alone..
Summary: Toshiba once again delivers the best product for your dollar. It's not the best tv out there, but you won't find an LED of this quality cheaper anywhere else. I did notice the "soap opera" effect right away. Made a couple adjustments in the settings and now everything looks very good. Right away the audio sounded terrible, but I turned off the "dynamic audio" option and that seemed to help quite a bit. So far, pretty happy with the purchase.