Great TV for the price!
The thing that attracted me to this tv is the fact that it has 3 HDMI inputs while most tv's in this range only offer 2. I really don't understand the thinking that goes behind selling higher end TV's with more HDMI connections. If the tv has internet connectivity built in, that is one LESS HDMI connection that is required, but if you are like me and want to add a streaming network player, you need that extra HDMI connection if you already are using the other 2 for BluRay and satellite...
Good smoothing effects from Clear Scan 240 feature
The 46L5200 is a fairly barebones model from Toshiba with 120Hz processing and a standard black framing bezel. It's a nice looking TV with similar features to the 417 model from last year. LED backlighting is edge-lit. It's an economic model with pretty good black levels and brightness for an LED/LCD.
Tiny viewing angle
The 50L5200U is an affordable, no-frills television from Toshiba thatâ??s available at a surprisingly low MSRP of $1099. We recently reviewed Toshibaâ??s flagship series for this year, the L7200U, and it proved to be a very high-quality smart TV for the comparably low price it retails for. In that regard, we were very excited to see if the mid-range L5200U series would match that same quality.
Like it more than my LED
- great picture... and love the extra size.
- like the quality of the picture better then the Pan LED we have... more like a movie... probably because it's projected... still super-sharp, just a little more like a movie
- 18 inch depth a complete non-issue for us... we have the space... not that heavy... easy to move around
- plenty bright... very bright room... lots of windows... no problem (can't tell diff between Pan LED in other room)
Great tv for the price
We were very reluctant to buy this tv as there was only one review with not the best rating.We have had other panasonic products with good results so decided to give it a try from a retail store so we could take it right back if we didn't like it.The picture is excellent-I Changed a couple of the settings to my likeing & its just as clear as our more expensive larger screen.
LCD panel at a low price point
The TC-L32C5 is a 32" CCFL (fluorescent) back lit LCD television that is aimed at putting a 720p LCD panel at a low price point. The U5 series is only available in the 32" size and it features a 60Hz, 720p panel. It does not have 3D or any online features so it comes in at a budget price.
Budget priced flat screen that comes from a credible maker.
One of the biggest benefits of choosing the Panasonic L32C5 is perhaps the price. At about $320 you get budget priced flat screen that comes from a credible maker. It does well in terms of general viewing and other media performances. Another upside of this TV is the gaming benefits. If you're one to use your TV along with a gaming console then this is a good buy.
Awesome TV, great quality and easy setup
As the reviewer before me said, this set has the best picture quality! I made the bad mistake of connecting coax initially but the images were not too sharp so I thought I'd give HDMI a try.. eureka! It auto-detected and even auto-sized the screen so I'm using wide-screen format which takes up the entire screen (no black bars on the top or bottom).
The BX series does not feature internet connectivity.
The 32" KDL32BX330 replaces the KDL32BX320 from last year, it is a fluorescent back lit, 720p, 60Hz LCD panel.
Rather than light the LCD panel with LED back lighting or edge lighting the BX series uses CCFL fluorescent back lighting. CCFL doesn't produce the same bright whites as LED lighting but the panel lighting can end up being more uniform than a thinner, more expensive LED edge lit television.
The viewing angle is good for an LCD TV
For an inexpensive 32-inch LCD television, the Sony Bravia KDL-32BX330 (MSRP $329) delivers. The motion performance is good, navigating the menus is simple, and the viewing angle is wide - for an LCD, that is. Not only is this TV budget-conscious, but so is its power consumption.
Not every feature can be a knockout on a TV this cheap, though. We weren't particularly impressed by the range of colors that the BX330 can produce, which does not measure up nicely with the industry standard.
Overly bright whites obscure detail and poor sound.
While the 32BX330 won't be wowing any videophiles, it is a solid performer with Sony's signature picture quality. This TV stands shoulder to shoulder with competing sets from Toshiba, LG, Samsung and Vizio and well above sets from the likes of Sceptre, Proscan, RCA and Element.
The only trouble is that along with the Sony name comes the Sony price, which averages about $50 more than other big name brands and sometimes as much as $120 more than smaller name brands like Sceptre and Element.
Great bedroom TV
I got this TV because it is a great size to put on my dresser for a bedroom TV. The built in DVD player is such a space saver. So far I have only used it for playing DVDs because I do not have cable. It works well and the sound is very good. I had to mess with the color settings when i first got it out of the box for awhile, but it seems fine after some adjustments. The picture is clear and crisp.
Great picture....poor sound quality
The picture seems to be great. The speaker system sounds like it is in a tunnel with very poor quality. I have tryied all the settings to adjust the sound...which is better but, still very poor. So, if you not into the theather hall or tunnel sound...don't get this TV.
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.
These are my initial (and lengthy) impressions so far. In short, I'm really impressed with the quality picture of this TV and the technology it uses. I'm very relieved that I don't have to use (and buy) heavy, battery operated and expensive glasses to see amazing hi def 3D right in my living room!
Blends sleek styling
One of the first LED-based LCDs sporting a passive 3D technology, the LG Infinia 65LW6500 blends sleek styling, above-average overall picture quality, and superior features to attract consumers. However, with so many 3DTVs edging each other out in the still relatively small 3D HDTV market, usually slight flaws like the muted 3D picture quality, along with bottom-line factors such as the hefty price tag, would make even this attractive and well-made television hard to sell.
Lightweight and inexpensive glasses for 3D
The 55-inch LG 55LW5600 is winning fans for its combination of good picture quality and cutting- edge features. The TV has better screen uniformity than many other edge-lit LED sets, such as the otherwise highly regarded Samsung UN55D8000 (*Est. $2,600) , but black levels, while dark, don't quite stand up to the very best sets, including that one.
Decent black levels for an edge lit LCD
The TV industry's love affair with 3D and connected TV features doesn't appear to be waning any time soon and this set's features keep it in line with the expectations of a midrange display. Retail prices are currently floating between $1,700 to $2,100 for the 55-incher we reviewed, which puts it in the range of similar models from Panasonic and Samsung like the TC-P55GT30 and UN55D6000.
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