Don't be afraid to buy this tv
I was scared to buy this TV at first because of the low price and off brand but the TV came fast set up easy and works awesome...the picture isn't as good as my 50 inch Samsung plasma but is still a good picture...best way to set the picture is to buy a video setup DVD...the 3d works great...if the TV's picture seems blockey its because of you input source....pop in a blueray and you'll see what I mean. HD TVs require a good signal.
TV is good, remote sucks
A few weeks after having received the TV, the remote would only change the channel to channel 7 no matter which button I pressed. I bought a universal remote to replace it but am now unable to change the HDMI source on the TV. Can anyone recommend a universal remote that wii work with all of the TV functions on this model?
Affordable, DVD player
The Coby TFDVD3299 is a small yet modern HDTV and could do well as a secondary TV. The built-in DVD player is useful addition and will reduce the hassle of playing movies. There's not much of extra stuff with this TV, though. Bedroom TV I'd say. For a cheap price.
Nice for video games, not so great on sound
This is a nice little TV that I managed to snag at around 140$. (160$ with warranty.) It's got a really nice, vibrant picture once you adjust the settings to your tastes. Might wish for a little more saturation. But just a tiny little bit. The sound...Well, that's pretty crap. Honestly. I'll probably invest in better speakers somewhere in the future, but it's definitely not a deal breaker. At the price I got it, it was worth it. As another reviewer said, it's a nice little gem.
Functional with a few quirks
This TV has a good number of inputs, is very thin, and has a good picture.
However, after an exchange to verify it wasn't my unit specifically, I identified two flaws in this model of TV. One, the volume is always too loud. Having it on 1 or 2 is a reasonable listening level, and it is unbearable after about 20 (of 100). Two, given the LED nature, there are 'hot spots' on the screen where the backlights are.
Movies look and feel like you are watching on a good projector/screen combination
The Mitsubishi WD-92840 is without a doubt, one of the most fascinating home theater products I've experienced. In some respects, it is impractical and unforgiving in the wrong environment. It spits in the eye of the rest of the industry at a time when everyone is fighting to see who can make an HDTV as thin as a sheet of paper. It needs its own room with controlled lighting for optimum set-up.
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