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.
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.
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.
Philips 50 inch - a decent flatscreen for a great value
The picture quality looks great for XBOX, PS3, DVD, Blu-ray, and HD cable channels. For regular TV or regular cable with no HD channels, the picture is not high quality. It is 1080p but only 60Hz as oppose to 120Hz. I think that may make a little bit of a difference. Also this is an LCD, which I believe is a little less quality than an LED or plasma. For around 600 bucks, however, I think it is worth the money.
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