Great TV with DVD Player
I am very pleased with our purchase. The TV was easy to set up and looks really nice on the TV stand I got for it. Picture quality is better than I expected. Sound quality is definitely adequate - it isn't bose quality speakers, but I have no trouble hearing the TV loudly from across the room. I would recommend to someone looking for an affordable TV with great features and a nice design.
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.
Very Good Picture and Sound
I was trying to save a few bucks getting a new 32 inch TV and initially bought a Westinghouse UW32SC1W from Costco. What a big mistake! I ended up returning it and getting this Samsung unit instead for a few more dollars. That turned out to be a good move since this one has great picture and decent sound, something missing from the Westinghouse even after 3 days of endless adjustments.
For its' price the TV looks very promising. It has good image quality with some (albeit not many) extra features. It definitely has it's place in your household if you are looking for a secondary tv. Buy it for your bedroom, mount in on the wall and enjoy!
Great TV for the bucks
It was easy to run through the setup and tweak the color and sound, and both are great. I could have spent more and gotten a bigger or "better" set, but we don't notice any difference between the RCA and my brother's 55" 1080p, (though we probably would in a side by side comparison). Our bottom line is that we have a HDTV that we are happy with, and spent $1200 less.
Excellent TV for the Money
This is a great HDTV for the money. Dont get me wrong, its not up there with the Samsungs that are 3 times the price as this one. But for the money, I was overly impressed. The picture quality is stunning in full HD 1080p, and believe me, I have a skeptical eye. I own a CCTV distribution company and I used this in my showroom to display some of our Hi-Def 1080p cameras. My cameras look better on this monitor than any other that I have seen.
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.
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.
Low priced LED backlit LCD
The E series are Vizio's entry level line of Razor LED edge lit LCD televisions. They come in a wide variety of sizes and trim levels. Although they lack some of the features of the higher end models, like internet connectivity and higher refresh rates, they have the same thin, modern design as the other Razor LED TVs.
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