I ordered this TV mostly for the price. I used to sell Proscan when they were RCA's high end line, and was dissappointed to find that they are just a name now, and was a little concerened before I got my tv, which I ordered through Walmart's "site to store" service.
But I have to say, this tv gets a nice picture, has all the features I need, and when I get a 1080p program the image is startling and pretty. The buttons on the remote are easy to navigate, and located in the areas where they should be. Most of the features can be accessed through the menu, but also from it's own button on the remote. So, for instance, if you want to set the sleep timer, you can scroll through the menu, or press the "sleep" button. The Channel and volume are on the center round "navigator" control, and also with regular up/down controls seperately. The aspect ratio button is next to the power button at top left, which is nice, because depending on what you are watching, it needs to be changed according to the feed. Last channel viewed is right above the center navigator button, and easy to find. Suffice to say you will pleased at the way the buttons seem to be "where they should be".
It has plenty of inputs for me, check for your needs, but I havent used them all yet.
I'll get something bigger when money allows, and this will become my bedroom tv, but for now, it really is all I need to enjoy any programming I want to watch.
I have read some reviews with people that have trouble with the tv out of the box, and honestly, I think they had it on the wrong input. This may the first sophisticated tv some people have owned to date, and once you take the time to learn the tv it is quite impressive for the money. There are better tvs out thre I am sure, but they will run 100 to 150 dollars more, and I am happy that I have something NOW!
Oh yeah, it's even pretty when it's off.
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