Very good set of streaming options
The Vizio M3D470KD's low price, very good image quality, and keyboard remote control make it a serious contender for the bang-for-the-buck crown. The audio problems and other quirks make the set less than perfect, but those shortcomings are negligible if you don't use your HDTV's built-in sound system.
Has a beautiful Razor thin design.
Advanced picture technology combined with a super thin profile make the Vizio M3D550KD TV a prized buy for anyone who is looking for a high quality 3D Smart TV.
Even though you may have to spend a little time fine tuning your picture once you unbox this television, this minor annoyance will seem like nothing compared to the stunning picture quality that you will be able to get once you are finished.
Best Value for Great Performance
Anyhow this is a great line of Smart TV's from Toshiba. Though I am looking forward to there new refreshed HDTV's coming in 2013 from what I've found out. This HDTV performs very well with vivid picture quality. The sound is alright, though I would recommend a Digital Reciever to really enjoy the audio.
Great picture quality, a classy glass-kissed design.
This TV's value really comes down to personal preference. If you'd like the "option" of 3D and a limited smart platform, but don't want to shell out the money for one of Samsung's higher-end models, the Toshiba is a high-quality TV, and is cheaper than comparison models. However, if you're buying to get into the new features like 3D and streamlined internet browsing, there are much better TVs out there for that purpose.
Superior brightness and excellent color.
Although Toshiba's L7200U series lacks some features of the competition's top-tier televisions, its picture performance matches that of more expensive models. The L7200U's strongest attributes are its brightness and color production; its weak points are its edge-light bleed in the corners and limited selection of apps.
Excellent addition to the man cave
Needless to say, I'm very happy with my purchase. Everybody that has seen the TV is equally impressed with the overall picture quality. They immediately assume this TV costs twice what it does. This bright LED backlit TV works great in the "cave" and has minimal glare as a result of the windows in the room. In fact, it's so bright that some may find themselves turning down the backlight at night time.
The remote has a weak signal and must be pointed directly at the TV's IR sensor.
We were impressed with the Toshiba 50L2200U (MSRP $899). This Toshiba produces good colors, has deep blacks, and gets modestly bright. It's also easy on the power consumption, which is a bonus since this TV's menu interface isn't so easy on the eyes. Aside from a few aesthetic details, the 50L2200U didn't give us much to complain about. There is the nagging issue of an unresponsive remote, but that was our biggest complaint with this TV.
Cheap and cheerful, Full HD display
At around $280 on Amazon, the Sceptre X325BV-FHD LCD HDTV is exceptional value for money, delivering a full HD experience to your home. It is cheap, it has good connectivity, great image quality and best of all, at this size, it will fit in any home easily. If you were looking for a new HDTV and do not wish to spend a small fortune on one, then the Sceptre X325BV-FHD 32-Inch 60Hz 1080p LCD HDTV should be just the right acquisition for you.
Awesome TV, Super value
A great viewing experience, especially 3D, is highly correlated to a larger image. It is real simple: you get immersed in a bigger picture than you do a 40 inch picture. For this reason, big tv's like this should be reviewed as providing an extraordinary experience that matches the movie theater experience because the screen is so stinking huge. Don't believe me? Play TRON on the world's best 40 inch tv, or 55 or 65 for that matter and then watch it on this beast.
Value per square inch is hard to beat on the Sharp LE745U series.
Value is what the LC-70LE745U is all about. Its got a strong set of features with varying qualities among them, but most of all its the price per square inch equation that Sharp is really winning on. Plasma TVs usually give these large Sharp's a good run for their money, but in 70" Sharp sort of rules the day with only a handful of TVs to compete. There are a few 65" plasma TVs such as the Panasonic TC-P65ST50 which sells for a similar $2500 or so.
Amazing TV and a Great VALUE!
I won't get into too much detail because I am far from an AV pro, and some of the other reviewers on this page have done a wonderful job describing this TV in detail for those that are curious (I agree with the 5 star reviews whole-heartedly). I don't do reviews often (ever?) but this TV deserved more applause.
I just want to say: WOW! Consider my expectations met and blown away (even after stalking this TV for a few months and reading lots of positive reviews).
A high quality 3D television that has many great features and is very affordable.
The LG 47CM565 47-Inch Cinema 3D LED TV is a great solution for those who want to buy a 47 inch 3D TV without having to sell an arm and a leg in the process. LG has consistently put out quality TV's and they didn't miss a beat when they made this one.
Remarkable picture, beautiful design!
Overall this is an excellent TV. The 2D picture is remarkable and the design is beautiful and unobtrusive in even the most minimalist environments. The Internet features are some of the best I've seen.
I don't expect to use the 3D much until the Olympics. Panasonic is the exclusive TV partner with the 2012 Olympics and this is one of their signature TVs. I expect they will want the 3D capability to shine.
Excellent with Strong black levels
The WT50 has a very modern appearance, from the front the panel glass seems to go all the way to edge thanks to a very slim bezel. There are brushed metal accents on the side of the panel that match the ultra-modern, curved, 2 legged stand. There is also a bit of clear acrylic accenting at the bottom of the bezel. The WT50 is extremely slim at about a half inch in depth.
Contrast and color accuracy are entirely average, on a TV that's fairly expensive.
The Panasonic Viera (MSRP $2299) is a good TV. It's sporting mostly accurate colors, passable contrast, a usable smart platform, and decent 3D. Noticing a distinct lack of praise? That's because, in our opinion, a $2000+ flagship TV from a company like Panasonic should be a lot more than simply "good".
The bottom line is, if you're shopping for a TV with the works that'll fulfill your expectations, the L47WT50 is a fine choice.
Pretty good quality for a very good price
Let me start by saying that my television came promptly and in one piece, two days after ordering. I was very happy about that, and even happier that it wasn't busted up into fragments during shipping- so order with confidence.
As for the television itself, the picture is pretty amazing. Some say you can't really tell the difference between 780 and 1080 with televisions of this size, but comparing it to my roommates television of the same size, mine looks clearer and crisper.
Great TV and fantastic value -- Get one while you can!!!
If you are looking for a good and serviceable TV and don't need a larger size than 42"' or more than two HDMI connections, or the other bells and whistles, this is a fantastic choice. I don't understand the relatively low marks it gets in its review by CNET; In my opinion, it is much better than the review indicates. The advantage with the plasma is you don't need to worry about the refresh rate and the picture is great no matter what angle you watch from.
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