'Affordable price compared to other 240Hz TVs.'
'wonderfully sharp, rich image'
'Very noticeable clouding/blooming effect. '
'Ambilight technology dramatically reduces glare and reflections on the television screen by screening light sources that strike the front of the set'
'The 42-inch set offers exceptional brightness and contrast, as well as an integrated TV tuner with PIP capability for cable or broadcast reception'
'it was a bit confusing to have to use the menu key, as opposed to a dedicated "back" button, to move to a previous level in the menus.'
'We turned off all of the Advanced control options, none of which seemed to improve the picture, and cranked down the color control significantly to achieve the right balance.'
'Difficult to set up and use.'
'fast response panel'
'This is similar to what an Auto Iris does in a projector, only
you can't turn it off.'
'highest contrast and most vibrant images'
'murky shadow detail'
'It has a native resolution of 1,920x1,080 pixels, a.k.a. 1080p, which means it should be able to display every detail of 1080i and 1080p HDTV sources.'
'color inaccuracies and a lack of advanced video features irrevocably tainted this otherwise capable display.'
'tinny sound quality'
'No built-in TV tuner'
'a wide aspect display such as this one is ideal for DVD movies recorded in the popular 16:9 format, as well as high definition programming.'
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