Summary: Have had this TV for over a year, no problems at all. The people complaining about turn on/off time have never owned a smart TV. First, the time is minuscule, smart TV aside, all large TV's take a few seconds to warm up. Second, it's a smart TV, meaning it has a computer built in, it has to boot up and shut down properly. There's an indicator light on the TV that removes all mystery, you know when it's booting up or shutting down, five or ten seconds is no big deal.
Bought 2, one has issues the other one is flawless
20 April 2012
Summary: I bought two of these beauties to use in the office. One is working great, the other one has this green led blinking thingy. Also, the buttons on the tv are not working, maybe the led blinks because of that (not the status led, the service led, the one on the right). Other than that issue with the buttons the tv is working allright. The sound, i find it very poor comparing it with my old Phillips 29" CRT TV. I like the picture quality and the design.
Summary: Great TV for 1200 bucks. 55in w natural 3D... pic takes some time adjusting to get it right. ive been used to vizios & a zenith so that was an issue. It does have a 10sec delay when you turn it on... and some delays when switching from HD to standard or 720 to 1080 - like a blackout second to two. HDMI cables are a must! 3D is great.
Summary: I purchased this tv to replace my 50" Phillips plasma w/ambilight that I purchased when they first came out. I cannot believe such a night and day difference between the two. This tv is ultralight, very thin, provides excellent color out of the box, the Internet part is nice, but I have it connected to my ps3 so it's not used really. The sound does leave alot to be desired, but that is a trade-off with ultra-thin tv's.
Summary: I wanted to replace move SONY LCD TV to our bedroom and get a TV for our family room. After a fair amount of research I decided on an LED, primarily due to: picture quality and energy consumption. After a fair amount of research, I realized i could get an LED TV with 3D capability. So, I did price comparisons and read about active versus passive 3D.
Summary: Nice clear picture, television works as described. The only issue that I have found, is the time it takes for the television to power up - 20 to 30 seconds(this tv takes longer to power on than a DLP television). I initially thought there may be a problem, called Toshiba and the tech support did not have a clue or any tangible resolutions. I was going to send the television back, but, went on line and read other reviews, it appears this is normal for this model.
takes some work perfecting, but all-in-all a very nice tv
Travis J. Bailey "Travis", Amazon
27 November 2011
Summary: Over all a very nice tv. It's not quite as "plug-and-play" as my two year old Toshiba LCD (takes some work on tweaking the video settings) but does have a very nice picture. The speakers aren't the greatest BUT they also fire down and backwards. I'm currently using a couple of books to help divert the sound forward and it made a huge difference. I'll figure out a more permanent solution soon.