Summary: We are using 3 of these TV's for our conference room setup (using Eyefinity). The TV's are nice, but 2 of the 3 won't save the settings after they go to sleep (Game Mode, and Pic Size Native). The connection to the computer is different for the one TV that works, so I think it's responding to the signal that it's getting, just wish I could over-ride that.
Summary: This tv is fine for the money. It works great. I have had it about 8 months now with no trouble. It is a low end model. If you want more bells and whistles then you need to get a higher end model but for what it does, this tv does fine
Summary: I'm not fussy about getting a perfect picture--so for me finding an image preset was a quick way to find a good picture. I fully agree with what the other reviews provide including the sound. Since the speakers are behind the screen, the sound is noticeably affected and as a result is only so so. This may be solved with a cabinet that better directs the sound out into the room. To correct the sound, I send the audio out from the TV into a stereo.
Summary: My 7 year old plasma just went out yesterday. So, I purchased this because of all the positive reviews and because the price was right. I have to say; the picture is a sight to be seen. The sound is a little on the tinny side, but, the TV is only 1 7/8" thick. I'm surprised they fit any speakers in it. My old Panasonic was about 5-6 inches deep, and weighed 93lbs. This only weighs 37lbs. I am further amazed at how simple everything is to set up.
Summary: I am happy to read that most of the reviews are positive. I'm not here to bash the set, but to share my experience. The reason I bought the TV is that it's a great looking set front and back. The stand was easy to set up. The first thing I noticed was the power buttons on the side. Didn't like them. It's flat and you can't feel whether or not your turning it on or off. Once turned on, I found the software to be not the best to navigate and I grew frustrated.