Summary: This is a basic "un-smart" TV and, in summary, it does its job well. Picture quality is excellent straight out of the box. Sound is OK, but we use a sound bar in any case. With 3 HDMI, plus PC and one RGB, it is well supplied with inputs. As with some other reviewers, our only complaint is with the really s-l-o-w start up. It takes a long time for the TV to acknowledge an "on" signal from the remote, even the little green light doesn't come on immediately.
Summary: This television is the best value-for-money LED TV on the market. It's incredibly easy to set up, has plenty of connectivity options, and the picture is crisp! The audio is decent quality as well. If you don't need the features of a smart TV then this is your guy! My only (minor) complaint is that the first time they shipped the TV it came with a cracked screen.
Summary: Very impressed with the picture at 1080p. Excellent clarity and color. Easy to hook up the peripherals, especially with the 3rd HDMI connection. Very thin and lightweight for its size. Only complaint is that you have to really push the power button on the remote to get it to turn on and off. But minor issue. So far, very good tv for the price.
Great deal for no-frills movie viewing, NOT for competitive multiplayer
Walking Tree, Amazon
6 March 2013
Summary: It has strength in exactly what I was looking for; a giant gorgeous picture and it does a great job with 120Hz, certain movies almost look 3D without having to wear glasses and it is lifelike. A little bit of a green push but I prefer green over red accentuation. The tinny sound is not a problem because I have a decent sound system to make up for it.
Summary: I have had this set for about 6 months and it a great set. Out of the box it need some tweaks with the settings but i found movie mode to be the best starting point( IMO the rest of the preset picture modes look bad). I also tweaked the picture with a calibration disc and noticed a difference. I also don't run the "clearframe" frame interpolation as it adds the "soap opera effect" and i personally am not a fan of it.
Summary: I'm very pleased with the picture of this TV, which of course, is the main thing one wants in a TV. It's amazingly crisp and the colors are great. I don't notice any problematic areas of the screen. I'm sort of baffled that it takes 15 seconds to get a picture after hitting the power button the the remote, and wondering if somehow there's some setting that I could change to alter this... but I looked through the menus and didn't see anything relevant.
Summary: This TV was purchased as a replacement for a plasma which was a little big for the space it was occupying (first world problem). It's as expected with a great picture, great sound and it was incredibly easy to hang. It's really thin and light especially compared to the plasma. My only complaint would be the picture is too good. The picture is so high definition you can identify the green screen on some shows and movies and it looks weird.
Summary: someone mentioned not getting TV code to work on other remotes..I was able to program it to my directv remote without an issue.
Pros: picture quality is excellent for a budget unit. Thin bezel and frame is nice.
Cons: The speakers are indeed garbage. The speakers point down and will sound muffled no matter the volume. You will def need a speaker system/sound bar if you plan on using it in a large living space. also if you ever need to use the onboard tv buttons, they are super sensitive and hard to "feel out". They're placed on the side of the tv and so it makes it even trickier. I upgraded from a samsung that swivel'ed. I def miss that feature.