Top positive review
Perfect picture quality, great audio quality and decent freeview HD built in.
on 6 February 2014
After months of research I've chosen this TV to buy and replace my current TV. I've heard a lot of stuff about the TV, a lot of negativity and a lot of praise, but ultimately for the price you can't go wrong with this TV.
When the TV arrived I was a bit sceptical whether I chose the right size, it was replacing my 23" Samsung 2333HD model that I've had for 4 years, I needed a bigger TV for gaming and watching movies, when I was tasked with screwing on the TV stand it seemed bigger obviously but not as much as I've hoped, as soon as I put the TV on my table I was really satisfied with the size, it was just perfect.
At first I was absolutely gobsmacked at the speakers quality, coming from my 23" Samsung 2333HD the sound on this TV was just flat, however after watching TV for a few hours I've gotten use to it so much that I actually prefer them to my old TV, so if you are worrying about the sound quality, rest assured that while you maybe shocked at first, you will grow to love them (That is of course if you don't use an external audio system)
While researching TV's I knew one thing from the start, and that was to not settle for anything but an LED panel, the picture quality is absolutely stunning, it's perfect for everything from Gaming, watching movies to watching TV. Colours are vibrant, and real life like, something that old LCD displays just can't do.
Freeview interface and feedback -
User interface on Freeview isn't great, I must say I'm actually a bit shocked, mostly because if you go to the guide, you can't see or hear what you were watching, something that is a must for me, it's also shocking because all my TV's to date allowed you to watch and hear the channel you were on while browsing the guide, of course it resized the broadcast to fit in with the guide, but at least then you could watch and browse. That said it's not bad, and a selection of Freeview HD channels is definitely at least 1 reason as to why you should choose this TV over the slightly cheaper model without Freeview HD.
There are variety of options in the settings, Picture, Audio, Setup (Tunning freeview and whatnot), Time (for setting time and date), Lock (Allows you to set a password), Option (General TV settings) and lastly Network which i find useless. There are options for everything but it could add a few more options, such as ability to turn on the standby light while watching TV.
Hopefully that should help you choose this TV, if you have any questions you are welcome to ask me on twitter @Sebianoti.