SANYO 39" 1080p LED HDTV

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SANYO 39" 1080p LED HDTV
Price: $199.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days (Thursday, Aug 07 to Tuesday, Aug 12) + transit
Condition: Refurbished

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pretty good reviews (4.3 out of 5.0) over at walmart.com and check out the product page

I know contrast ratio numbers are meaningless, but I have two sceptre TV’s as monitors right now, so I can compare them easily. They are almost the same models: X409BV-FHD and X409BV-FHDU. I bought the second thinking it was the same model, but I was wrong. It has a noticeably less crisp display, so when I checked the Sceptre website I saw that the FHDU has a lower contrast ratio and no dynamic contrast ratio in comparison to the FHD. I’m wondering if these would work well as computer monitors since there’s no contrast ratio given.

How quickly does this TV switch among the inputs? My last Woot TV, a Westinghouse LD-4255VX, takes as much as 20 seconds to go between the cable box and the game console or back.

On http://www.hdtvreview.com/Sanyo-FVE3923-hdtv.html it says that it has 16:9 Native Aspect Ratio (if that is what you are asking for).

Be careful. Too many TVs cut off a small part of the desktop screen edge (like the task bar!) when connected through HDMI; though, they work perfectly when using D-Sub.

As this one does not have D-Sub, I wouldn’t bet the farm on it working well as a monitor.

The speakers on this TV are awful… I hope you have a sound bar because if not you will need one.

There is generally a plethora of options, both on the TV and on the computer, to correct this common issue, called “overscan”. Look in your graphics card settings on your computer and in the picture size options on the TV.

I bought 3 of these the last time on woot. All 3 had speakers blown out. I kept 1 and used a sound bar.

How does a television have anything to do with back to school?

Bought this last summer on Woot! for the same price. Great picture, but yes, the speakers were blown and sound horrible.

I bought one of these about a year ago. I use it daily as a computer monitor. I do a lot of gaming and the picture is always clear with no ghosting. When I first set it up I checked out the speakers and they weren’t blown, however after making sure they work I promptly set the volume to 0 and only use my sound system with it. Definitely a good buy in my book.

Got one a year ago. Here is the good and the bad.

Good:
-Decently big screen
-cheap

Bad:
-The one i got had blown speakers
-Not truly a 49" tv (48.something)
-Only has digital audio out
-Bad contrast with dark colors

I found ways to work around the sound; but, in the end, I wish I had just paid a little more for a better tv.

That guy on the left in the Partytime pic is creepy looking.

Fingers crossed mine has good speakers…other refurbs from woot had issues but I am hoping this one will be different!

Arrived with broken screen. Submitted support request for return/refund. No response. Made 2 additional attempts. No response…

Where are you Woot???

Sorry about that. I’ll add you to my afternoon report so CS can look into it.