Glad I went with the bigger TV
I was looking for a new TV for the bedroom. I was debating between this TV and the the 39" Samsung for the same price. I was leary because there was no reviews yet on this TV. I could not be happier with the purchase. The picture is awesome and the sound quality for a flat screen is great. I would definitely reccomend this to a friend or family member.
Couldn't have picked a better TV
I have had the TV for almost a week now after months of TV research. I saw the specs of this TV about 3 months before I bought and thought it was awesome. But I wanted to see the TV first hand. I really wanted to see what the picture looked like. I finally drove 2 hours to the closest best buy that had it on display. It is awesome!! It is almost too real though. Kind of takes the theatrics out, but for sporting events (Angels and Chargers!!!!) it looks awesome.
Stunning 4K resolution, Very good 1080p upscaling
There are TVs made to please videophiles, and there are TVs made to please consumers. The LG 84LM9600 is designed to make consumers - very wealthy consumers, that is - happy. Is it the best-performing TV we've ever seen in action? No. Is it one of the most impressive TVs we've seen? Absolutely.
The LG84LM9600 is a carnival ride for the eyes. It is purely fun and highly engaging. Yes, it is priced out of reach for most of us.
Does a good job of rendering 1080p
The LG 84LM9600 will set you back a cool Rs.1,700,000 (that's Rs. 17 lakh, in case you were wondering), and it's the price you pay if you want to be on the cutting edge of technology. Even if you happen to have this amount as spare change, we wouldn't advise investing it on a 4K TV right now for one simple reason - Content.
Would You Look at That!
So far things are going great. I really love this TV. Complaints are minimal (until someone knocks this thing over and shatters my hopes and dreams all over the floor) and the picture quality is great. The Seiki is thin and (relatively) light. Installation and set-up is easy as cake (good for we who are less than technologically adept). I will warn you that I have seen complaints regarding the retail/home mode on not just this Seiki but others.
Product retains the SONY accuracy in picture rendition and detail along with ease of setup. This model has additional features, including Internet connection. Setup is straight forward and easily followed. We had tried a competitor's model, but found it --though "big name" -- deficient in hi-definition performance, number and ease of interconnect with other signal sources, and certainly not worth the saving of just a few dollars from the SONY price.
This is a top quality HDTV.
The Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX340 has recently gone on sale and is another in the line of great HD televisions that the company has been producing for the past few years.
Great quality and great price.
The Sony BRAVIA KDL32EX340 is a wonderful TV to have for anyone. It will benefit those that need to put a TV in a smaller room, office, and for someone that loves to play videogames. If you're on a budget, and want a small TV with great quality, then this should be taken into consideration.
Best big-screen lcd TV value
Is an outstanding value highly accurate color and very good bright-room performance, deep black levels with great shadow detail,Out-of-the box the picture of the Magnavox 50MF412B/F7 is excellent,the quality in picture and sound exceeds any of the more expensive brands.
The main trouble with judging TV sets based on their contrast ratios is that there are no industry standards for these ratios.
Best TV I tried
This is the best TV I tried out over the last 30 days. I wanted to stay around $800 which is fairly easy these days if you dont need a smart/3D TV. I have Google TV and love it.
I took advantage of Best Buy's 30 day return policy with no questions asked.
I went into the store and every geek squad guy said that Panasonic Plasma is the way to go.
I went against their recommendation due to brand loyalty and got the 50" LG Plasma Model 50PA5500.
Very accurate color gamut
The TC-P50U50 is a budget plasma from Panasonic. It is, in a way, a spiritual successor to 2009's U1 series, albeit a modern, improved version. The U50 series is also the only series in 2012 to support neither internet access or 3D viewing. It is the meat and potatoes Panasonic for 2012.
Sweet Little TV
This is a great small TV for the price! I bought it for the kitchen to replace an old 13" analog model. Amazing how much room this saves compared to the old one. The only drawback is the sound, as others have noted. It's tinny. However, in a small area with the bass set on highest and the treble the lowest, it is just fine.
RCA 22inch dvd tv
The tv works just great. But the dvd player did not work right from the start.It took the dvd right in and nothing happend.Now i can not get the dvd out. eject does nothing.I got this to replace a 13inc crt converter box and dvd player.To get to only one remote controll device. Now I am down to two remotes.Still better then three. I would say that RCA just not what it used to be. GOOD LUCK to anyone buying one of these.
Buy This TV
Wow! After lots of research, I am glad I went with the Viera 50-inch plasma. I've never owned a plasma - you can definitely tell this is 600hz - the images move so crisp! The colors are so rich! Panasonic definitely knows how to make TVs.
The Viera Internet feature was very important for us. We decided to cut the cord (only using hulu, amazon prime, and our own media for now). I love that this is a built-in feature of the tv, so I do not have to run wires for Roku or Apple TV.
Astounding picture quality
In pure dollar/performance terms the Panasonic TC-P50UT50 is one of the best TVs we've seen, with astounding picture quality for the money. Black levels are the equal of Panasonic's ST50 series in a darkened room, shadow detail is very good, and colors are accurate. Unlike an LCD, as a plasma TV it has superb off-angle and uniformity characteristics. Despite the low price, the UT50 is still studded with the latest features, including 3D and Smart TV.
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