Summary: Love the TV. Works great and the prices was great to boot. Just one issue, have a problem with the audio. Only when the audio is coming from the TV, about every 10 to 15 minutes, there is a silent gap of about 1 or 2 seconds, they it works normally again.
Summary: Picture is great, sound is great, I like everything about how the unit functions. It's also great in the aesthetics department, and the price is good too. There are only two HDMI inputs. In this day and age, everything is starting to hook up to HDMI. My Xbox, Bluray player, laptop, and phone all plug into HDMI, and I would assume a lot of people will have cable or sattelite hooked up via HDMI.
Summary: i am satisfied with the tv.it is a good brand. i wanted to go larger and am satisfied. i had to go HD to get the best picture on the large screen. but i feel that it was worth it . my reply is go buy one for yourself.
Summary: This is a good basic 50" flat screen tv. Picture is good, no glare, can be viewed from any angle in my living room. The sound isnt the best, but it works fine for my purposed. I am just using it for basic viewing. If you are looking for a good solid tv, this is a great choice.
Summary: For the price I got it for it was a good buy. The colors are bright but it could be just a bit sharper in the picture. The lack of outputs make it difficult for additional components to be connected i.e.: surround sound, gaming headset etc. but still able to make it work. That said, you may not need auxillary audio because the speakers are VERY loud, I dont turn the volume past 15 and the 1/2 mute feature helps when the kid is napping.
Picture is very nice. Little issues about quality.
28 November 2012
Summary: The best way to describe this TV would be by saying that this TV is a reasonable priced TV with an excellent picture. I didn't give 5 start because there is something wrong with my unit's angle, well it's kinda tilted. It stand on a perfectly straight and strong place, but when I measured the height from both sides of the TV, I saw 0.5 inch height difference.
Summary: Skipping many of the details of how I acquired the set because they aren't germane to reviewing the actual set, I'll simply say that after much research, I decided on this set against a comparable 50" Panasonic set that was an edge-lit LED. I ended up with a floor model from Sears for $539. Best Buy matched WalMart's online price of $498, but they had no manual (turns out I didn't really need it), no box and no original remote.