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Recertified: Emerson 32" 720p LCD HDTV RLC321EM9

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the usability. The image quality is also appreciated, but there are some critical views about the remote control and energy efficiency.

price, image quality, usability

energy, remote control

On average, users rate this product 51/100.

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Great price and great picture

 

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For an inexpensive TV I am pleasantly surprised with the picture quality

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Consumer review by:

remove this tv out of the site.

 

remove this tv out of the website. they should be out of business!

horrible

worse TV ever. just you warn you guys. i brought this at local store. i open it up found out they use super cheap stuff. very cheap components. avoid this TV. i even check at their website. all the make is clock,cheap radio, etc that's small. i guess...

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Great price, mediocre TV

 

You get what you pay for. Great for a second TV or a bedroom one.

Works just fine. Good picture especially HD channels

Slow changing channels. Slow turning on. Dark reds. Bright whites. Bad remote functionality, doesn't work from an angle, must be almost straight in front of the TV

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Avoid!

 

Rumor has it that Funai is taking strides to rectify this set's problems, but it stands to reason that any Emerson set currently on the market, be it new at retail or refurbished, will have the faulty power-board in it for the meantime. So until it's...

The TV works well out of the box. For such an inexpensive set, it appears to function comparably well next to its higher-priced competitors at first blush. The picture is great, with colors that pop under optimal settings. It features two HDMI inputs,...

Well here's where you start to hit a snag ; While the TV works great while it works, it is manufactured with a defective power-board. The board will eventually short, leaving you unable to turn on your TV. It's not a matter of whether or not it will...

Consumer review by:

No VGA input!!

 

price

No VGA input! This really surprises me! So I looked around, can not find a second 32'' HDTV without PC input (VGA) input. Could not imagine why they remove VGA port to save less than $10

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Nice 2nd TV

 

Vesa mount on the back is 100mm by 200mm. most cheap tilt mounts will fit, definitely don't spend more than $30 on a tilt mount. weights just over 20 pounds. so its easy to handle.

This TV has 2 HDMI, not one. had very good picture with DTV over-the-air 1080i signals, even though it displays them as less ; 720P looks pretty good, but definitely less quality then when the input signal is 1080i for some reason ; when a 480i/p...

has to "scan" each time a DTV channel is selected, takes 3/4 - 1 second ; remote must be pointed DIRECTLY at the TV for it to work. off even a few degrees and its dead in the water ; no cablecard slot, but no TVs have those anymore anyway ; being a...

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Run!!!!!

 

They built this to be the cheapest tv on the market with the cheapest parts. And you can tell. It breaks easily and wears out quickly. I would not have bought this tv had I known

Price and Picture Quality

The problem is that they use cheap parts. I have owned this television for 11 months. The past 3 of which I haven't had the television in my possession because its been in the shop waiting for a new system board. I have had to wait so long because...

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