Everyone bashes the sound, and while it's not near as good as the samsung dlp it's replaced, once you tweak it, it's acceptable. I would still have a secondary sound system for better range. Think about it, what kind of speakers are you going to get for a budget LED tv? The speakers can't be that big to provide better sound quality. My gripes are as follows:
The lack of instructions, I have no clue how to set favorite channels, no clue how to program the remote or what the buttons are supposed to do. The software that runs the thing. Jesus, it's slow, it's basic, it's not easily understood. It seems they made this to basically be a tv to hang in a bar or club, where you set it and forget it till it don't work. Did I mention its freaking slow? If I haven't it's slow. I end up hitting the remote buttons several times before the tv responds to the command. Then it goes all the pushes at once and flashes the screen thru them all when it catches up. (seizure warning) What I like:
Picture for the price. Yes 60Hz is a little slow, and you do notice (esp in games) but it is what it is. The price justifies it being slow there. Price. Under 600. It's a LED tv under 600 bux. Sure it's obviously not going to be top of the line, and the cons are what they are, but you can live with all that to keep a budget and pull a good bang for your buck win. All that said it is also worth noting I had to exchange the first one I brought home. I hadn't noticed initially but found a line all the way across of dead LED's. Of course, took it back to the walsmart I got it from and they didn't have no more... ended up snagging one from another store in town.
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