This tv very good when your eyes get use to it, and have a play around with the setting.
don't listen to my comment before.
I'll have to check with the test team on Monday, bradley26, to see if they can remember the settings we used.
Sure you don't need a new aerial bradley26?
can someone give me the best settings for freeview and bul-ray for this tv. thanks
no i dont think so, because my old tv had great free free picture.
im only sixteen so im not great at all this thing.
rubsh free view picture all grain
tanks andy clough
Bought this TV from John Lewis back in November for 450 pounds and it is the best buy I have ever made. The freeview on mine is fantastic at home with a strong signal and is the only freeview device on my corridor at university that manages to pick up a single channel. I think that is testament to the quality of the tuner.
The number of inputs is absolutely fantastic, perhaps it is only missing a standard optical out port, but the coaxial offering is adequate. The picture quality is genuinely superb whatever you decide to throw at this TV and the sound is excellent for a model of this size. I think that you still need to purchase a good set of speakers if you are putting this in your living room, but in secondary room the TV packs enough punch. I could talk all day about the positives this TV has to offer.
The only negatives I can suggest are; the TV appears to take a long time to start up from standby (10 seconds before you can change channel/access menus) and that you need to play around with the settings to remove some noise on Blu-Ray playback. Very minor gripes considering how good the TV is overall and I'd have gladly paid the RRP for it.
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