1080i - Televisions
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Tue Mar 13 00:00:00 MDT 2012warrace Rating:4.0
picture is great when you are directly in front of it,however when you are on the side just dark img
Thu Mar 07 00:00:00 MST 2013dsaleny Rating:4.0
The sound is hideous. Sounds like a tin can. May send it back for a refund.
Tue Dec 20 00:00:00 MST 2011pbaird Rating:1.0
This item wasn't worth $$! In fact it wasn't worth $$! Terrible quality, returned it immediately!!!!
Tue Jan 31 00:00:00 MST 2012larcar1 Rating:5.0
AS advertized, set up without instruction manual. Great picture
Thu Feb 16 00:00:00 MST 2012alloves69 Rating:2.0
picture was fine.....sound is too low. I wonder if anything can be done about the volume
Wed Mar 14 00:00:00 MDT 20123panthermom Rating:4.0
This TV is a great size for my kitchen counter. The picture quality is great! The sound quality is OK. I would recommend this product.
Tue Mar 27 00:00:00 MDT 2012jimmywc Rating:2.0
Have not had a problem with it yet & I hope to not have a problem. If I do encounter a problem I hope that I will have no problem getting product repaired or replaced.
Thu Apr 26 00:00:00 MDT 2012firetech2 Rating:4.0
Tv is great,sound quality not what I would consider very good. All in all it is a good product.
Fri May 11 00:00:00 MDT 20123dobes Rating:4.0
Purchased TV for the kitchen. Nice size. Quality matches price. No complaints.
Wed May 15 00:00:00 MDT 2013aksound1 Rating:5.0
Looks great , love the picture the product is very compact and fit with what I need I would get another one I hope is remains where I can get it.
Tue Oct 25 00:00:00 MDT 2011cablingqueen Rating:5.0
We bought this product to take with us in an RV. We used it both to get cable channels in a KOA Kampground and to play DVD's of old TV shows and movies. It did great in each. It also had a place for an earphone so that one person did not disturb another.
Wed Nov 09 00:00:00 MST 2011kdmdo Rating:5.0
Great picture, Small ,Lightweight, very Bright, Easy to setup! Arrived right on time. It is a great value and smaller LED LCD TVs are difficult to find. It was the perfect size for the 13" TV it replaced.
Fri Mar 16 00:00:00 MDT 2012pmcollector Rating:4.0
The TV is ok. We have it in our kitchen on a hutch and if you are sitting at the level of the TV, the picture is great, if you are standing up and looking down at the TV at all, the picture looks cloudy. We didn't return, but we aren't 100% happy with it.
Fri Apr 06 00:00:00 MDT 2012fsd2007 Rating:5.0
We purchased several small HDTV units and chose this model over the others based on size, cost, AC/DC option, and picture quality. So far, we are very pleased with this unit.
Tue Apr 17 00:00:00 MDT 2012saybe Rating:3.0
The tv is small as it looks. The screen is not as clear as you wish; when you are at an angle the image becomes blurry. And the stand is fixed. Thus, to installed it onto a wall you need special features and devices (extra cost.
Fri Mar 01 00:00:00 MST 2013dfcookie52 Rating:3.0
Bought this T.V. for my grandson.......the only complaint I've heard is, you have to be viewing the screen directly otherwise to sit on the floor and look up at the screen the picture disappears. He's happy with the T.V......the picture is fine for the size.
Sat Mar 03 00:00:00 MST 2012quacky41 Rating:5.0
The tv arrived right on time and was exacrly what I was looking for to put in the kitchen. I was able to hook it up in a matter of minutes. The only thing is that I could not use the cable remote to turn it on or off and to change the volume. The Comcast technician told me that the particular cable box I am using does not have the less known brands programmed and that is the reason. It's not a problem. I just use the tv remote to perform those functions.
Fri May 11 00:00:00 MDT 2012peggypie Rating:3.0
Picture fades when viewed from anything except straight on but I have it in my kitchen so don't actually "watch" it much, more for listening to. However, the sound is so tinny that I don't listen to any music stations on it. I think I'll see if I can hook up some little speakers to improve that. It serves it's purpose but is not a great TV. Super fast delivery though and it was very well packaged so arrived quick and in good condition.
Mon Dec 10 00:00:00 MST 2012kevincinidaho Rating:1.0
Good looking TV as long as you don't really care to watch it or listen to it; I bought this for my kitchen and was not looking for a high end model but this product is really bad-the picture was washed out no matter what settings I tried and the sound was like the old school trick of tying two tin cans together with a string and trying to listen...bad news.
Mon Aug 27 00:00:00 MDT 20121922kimmie Rating:1.0
Received item as promised with short turnaround time between order and shippings. Bought this for my 90 year old Mother-in-law as she wanted a small TV in her room to watch occasionally. Had since April. Have turned on maybe a half dozen times at most. Went to turn on last week and nothing happened. Checked all connections. Called customer service. Said someone would call right back. 3 days later I have to call back and technician on lunch break. I guess you get what you pay for.
High-definition televisions provide a higher resolution image than standard-definition televisions. Typically, HDTVs are available in three types: 720p, 1080i, and 1080p. The 720p and 1080i resolution TVs are quickly being replaced with 1080p as the industry standard, but there are still a lot of them on the market. Here are some comparison points for both 1080i and 1080p televisions to help you decide which will work best for you. What the numbers mean. In both 1080p and 1080i HDTVs, "1080" refers to the number of lines that make up an image on the screen. Each line is made up of tiny colored dots called pixels. The greater the number of lines, the better the resolution or clarity of the image. A 1080p HDTV displays 1,080 lines of pixels, whereas a regular television uses only 480 lines. Both versions of 1080i and 1080p HDTVs are superior to the 720p HDTV and to SDTV. What the letters mean. The difference between 1080i and 1080p HDTV resolution is seen in the way the lines appear on the screen. The "i" in 1080i or 720i stands for interlaced, meaning the odd-numbered lines appear on the screen followed by the even-numbered lines. The HDTV "interlaces" the lines together to produce an image. This happens faster than your eyes can detect, so you only see the full image. The "p" in 1080p or 720p stands for progressive scan, which means that lines appear sequentially on the screen. For this reason, the latter is said to have a sharper, cleaner image. Cost differences. When the technology was first released, a 1080p HDTV was significantly more expensive than 1080i HDTVs. The price of all HDTVs has dropped dramatically in recent years, however. You'll find great deals on both 1080i and 1080p HDTVs, so the price difference is negligible in most cases. Programming availability. Although 1080p picture clarity might be higher than 1080i, the resolution of the video source being used also matters. Most HDTV broadcasts go no higher than 1080i. Most video games are currently made in 720p, but a few are available in 1080p. Blu-ray players do support 1080p, and more Blu-ray discs are being made to take advantage of this capability. Some on-demand cable and satellite providers offer programming in high definition as well. The 1080p resolution and image quality are quickly being adopted by manufacturers and content providers, so look for more content for HDTVs that take full advantage of this technology. View All Televisions Back to Guides Directory View All Televisions
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