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Sat Apr 21 00:00:00 MDT 2012mad0as0hell0 Rating:1.0
I BOUGHT THIS TV SPECIFICALLY BECAUSE IT WAS LISTED UNDER THE SORT OPTION OF "TV/DVD/VCR COMBOS." ONLY AFTER I PAID TO HAVE IT INSTALLED AND HAD NUMEROUS HOLES DRILLED IN MY WALLS DID WE REALIZE THE TV DID NOT HAVE A DVD PLAYER INSTALLED. O.CO REFUSED TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT OTHER THAN TO GIVE ME A **% OFF COUPON. ONCE I THREATENED TO CONTACT THERE CORPORATE OFFICE THEY FINALLY GAVE ME A **% COUPON, NOT THAT IT WILL MAKE THE DVD PLAYER THAT IS NOW GOING TO STICK OUT A FOOT OFF MY WALL AND LOOK STUPID ANY BETTER. BOO!
Fri Feb 17 00:00:00 MST 2012amber1962 Rating:2.0
i like the tv nd all that but i would not buy another tv liike this i see why the place was low cause you cant hear nothing.
Sat Dec 22 00:00:00 MST 2012roncocamo Rating:5.0
Hubby wanted small tv with built in DVD for his study. He couldn't be happier and has no complaints.
Fri Mar 02 00:00:00 MST 2012jess0226 Rating:3.0
The television is a very nice working one. It is lightweight and a great picture. It was delivered with a broken piece on it.
Fri May 11 00:00:00 MDT 2012joebackward Rating:3.0
If it hadn't been for the DOA DVD player in the first one of these I received, it would get a better rating. Cable-ready TV setup was easy. The menu navigation is as easy as any product like this. The LED screen looks really good. With obsolescent specialty products like this (smallish screen, integrated DVD player) we pretty much have take what we can get.
Wed Feb 13 00:00:00 MST 2013zozee Rating:4.0
I got this to use in the kitchen. It's a nice size, clear picture, set up was easy. Took one star off because the sound is a little thin and shrill but still quite usable. Another minor complaint is that when using the remote with digital antenna channels, the dash part of the channel number has to be entered - if just the main channel number is entered, it doesn't recognize it and goes to the lowest channel (so if I type in 10, it pauses then goes to 3; 10-1 has to be entered for it to recognize it). I am still happy with the purchase. Haven't tried the DVD player yet.
Wed Mar 05 00:00:00 MST 2014brens123 Rating:5.0
The clear, crisp picture on my Sansui has convinced me that I won't be buying any other brand in the near future. My family and I are completely satisfied with our purchase! This was supposed to be a gift to my husband for our anniversary, to be placed in our bedroom. Now, the entire family wants to pile up in my bedroom to watch TV, we have 4 throughout the house!
Sat Feb 02 00:00:00 MST 2013cjj1949 Rating:1.0
I have never been disappointed with a product from overstock before but this time I am. The sound is "tinny" the stand is hard to put together and no very stable, and this product is not cable ready, that should be noted in the information sheet someplace. I would not have gotten this TV if I had know what a pain it was going to be to get cable hooked up to it.
When you're setting up an entertainment room, your TV will be the focal point. Where and how you decide to mount your HDTV will affect the placement of your furniture and the quality of your viewing experience. The variety of TV mounts allows you to choose just about anywhere in your home as the location for your TV. Here are some places to use a television mount to secure your HDTV.
You can start enjoying your new television with minimal setup, right out of the box. And you'll probably get a great picture, too. But your TV may not be optimized for the various video sources you're using. That's why it can be good to play around with your TV settings to find the best picture. It really is easy to tweak your TV. Here are some answers to some questions you may have.
If you want more control over your TV shows, movies and photos, you might consider looking at DVD recorders. DVD recorders use recordable DVD discs, much like VCRs use VHS tapes. You can record your favorite shows and movies, creating your own chapters and even custom menus. DVD recorders come with a lot of features, so you may want to do some searching for the specific features you want your DVD player/recorder to have. Here are the top five features to look for in DVD recorders.
Watching movies, playing video games, enjoying the latest TV shows: When you're doing any of these things at home, you're looking at your television -- and whatever it sits on. A TV cabinet is furniture that is both functional and decorative. It will hold your media components and store some DVDs and games, too. To choose the best one for your living room, keep these tips in mind while you're shopping.
Once you have your new TV armoire set up, you'll be ready to make it a fixture in your home. A TV armoire is a great way to not only display your television, but also other decorations and household items. Whether your TV armoire comes with shelves or you just want to place a few items on the top surface, don't let it go undecorated. Here are a few ideas on what you can use to make your TV console the center of attention even when the television is turned off.
Lately, television consoles, stands and storage racks have been exhibiting updated designs, sporting storage for your media essentials in models that are tastefully coordinated to the rest of your living room furniture. Compact TV stands and corner TV stands are convenient in smaller apartments, dorm rooms and offices, but even large homes can benefit from the clean look and discreet presence of a television stand. As more people upgrade to lean flat-panel televisions, they are seeing that the smaller size of a TV stand is all they need. The furniture industry usually reserves the term "entertainment center" for the largest TV furniture, big enough for the television, a cadre of audio or video components and a full CD-DVD collection. TV stands tend to be smaller than full entertainment centers while still having enough shelves for a few components and some media storage. For smaller homes or for smaller rooms in larger homes a stand may be all the TV furniture you need.
One of the great things about high-definition television sets is that they are flat enough to mount easily on a wall. This can save a lot of space in your living room or bedroom that formerly would have been taken up by a giant tube television. It is important to note that not every television mount will be of the same quality. There are a number of things you need to consider before purchasing a TV wall mount.
Having a little entertainment in the kitchen can be enjoyable, especially when you have a large meal to prepare or a mountain of pots and pans in the sink. An under-cabinet TV may be just the thing to let you enjoy your favorite TV shows or watch a DVD while you work around the kitchen. Installing these compact televisions only takes a few minutes. Follow the steps below to install your under-cabinet TV and bring convenient video entertainment to your kitchen.
While your television set may be the focal point of your home entertainment activities, what it sits on -- or in -- says a lot about who you are. Is your TV still sitting atop that beaten up particle board TV stand that you bought at a garage sale 10 years ago? Perhaps it's time to upgrade your living room furniture, starting with a new entertainment center. Home entertainment centers have been around a long time and have evolved quite a bit from the massive wooden cabinets of the 1960s and 1970s. Which entertainment center is right for you will depend on what you want to use it for, the components you want it to store and your personal taste in furniture.
When you're tight on space, a corner entertainment center can fulfill all your entertainment needs in a fraction of the space. Picking up a corner entertainment center could be the perfect touch to complete your family room. Because most television stands are generally laden with a TV, video game console, DVD player and other entertainment odds and ends, it can be easy to neglect cleaning them. However, considering a good deal of attention is focused on your corner TV stand, it might be worth a good cleaning every now and then. Considering dust seems to gravitate to the corners of any room, you might want to do this more often than not; however, not all types of corner TV stands should be cleaned the same way, depending on material. The next time your corner entertainment center looks like it could use some sprucing up, use these tips to keep it sparkling for years to come.
Movies played on a DVD player provide a much clearer picture than the old VHS tapes and VCRs. DVD players are an essential part of a home theater system, allowing you to watch your favorite movies with amazing audio and video clarity. You'll find a variety of home and portable DVD players to enjoy entertainment anywhere. This DVD player buying guide offers tips to help you know what to look for when adding a DVD player to your entertainment system.
Audio and video technology continues to reveal new, more advanced devices that bring home entertainment to new levels. New televisions now feature more connection options in order to be compatible with a larger number of audio and video sources, like Blu-ray disc players and MP3 players. Here are some details on the most common connection types to help you make sense of the connection options available for your TV.
The latest televisions have made some major strides in picture quality, and they're loaded with features. This television buying guide will give you more knowledge on how to choose a great television with superior picture quality and features.
Setting your new corner TV stand up in your living room is the just the beginning. Today's decorating trends are all about multitasking. Some people see it as a waste of potential if you don't use your corner TV stand for something besides holding your TV. Decorating your new entertainment center isn't anything to get stressed about because decorating a corner TV stand is fast and easy. Keep reading for ideas on how to decorate a corner TV stand.
The placement of your TV creates a focus for your home theater and can affect your choice of furniture for the room. Television mounts are designed specifically to hold the weight of LCD or plasma TVs in fixed or adjustable positions. This TV wall mounts buying guide will help illustrate the options you have for mounting flat-panel televisions for an optimal viewing experience.
Let's face it. People spend a good deal of time looking at their plasma TV stands. Considering it is the piece of furniture that displays your most popular home appliance, the TV stand gets a lot of attention, and browsing for new plasma TV stands is an important task. There is no better way to turn any room in your home into the perfect gathering place for family and friends than to place a big screen TV at the head of the room, but you'll need television stands for all the big screen TVs in your home. When you are picking out a flat screen TV stand for any room, you have plenty of options. Here are some ideas on the types of television stands you have to choose from.
Shopping for a new TV doesn't mean emptying your wallet. High-quality, cheap televisions are available in all formats, including LCD and plasma TVs. By looking at brand names and other factors in televisions, you can save significantly. Consider a few of these tips as you search for your new cheap television and be sure to get the best deal and maybe even a few extras.
Dynamic features of advanced DVD recorders can offer a lot of flexibility when it comes to transferring your old tapes to disc or just DVD-recording your favorite TV shows and movies onto custom discs. Watch for a few of these features to narrow your search down to highly functional DVD recorders.
You've got the television of your dreams, but now you need a place to put it. There is a different TV stand to match nearly any type of home decor. From bulky cathode ray televisions to flat panel LCD televisions, there is a TV stand that will make your television's presentation more stunning. Before picking a TV stand, you should take into consideration the many different options available so that you don't end up regretting your decision.
Preserve your old home videos and movies by converting them to digital video with TiVo and DVRs. You can connect your DVR to a VCR or DVD player and record your old movies into digital formats that won't get scratched or degraded over time. Here are some simple directions for setting up your own DVR system and converting your old tapes and DVDs.