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alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of Vivo LTV42FHD TV. The average rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other TVs for all reviews. People really like the sound and usability. The image quality and design are also mentioned favorably. Some have doubts about the durability. Comments are divided on the remote control.

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On average, users rate this product 60/100.

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Vivo LTV42FHD 42inch Full HD LCD TV


For the price, it's a good buy. Can be used as a HDTV or a computer display and both work well.

Price. Thinner than average, very light and easy to move. Good picture quality. Has RCA audio out ports and can be connected to any hi-fi. Can access most setup menus without the remote. Inputs are easily accessible, as are the control buttons. Sleek...

Remote seems a little flimsy. Built-in speakers are a bit rubbish

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Vivo LTV42FHD 42inch Full HD LCD TV


i paid $548 from dick smith for this tv and i think anyone would be hard pushed to beat it on price/size etc

quite simply a very good all rounder

not too hot on sd but certainly not bad

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Vivo LTV42FHD 42inch Full HD LCD TV


allgood for what was paid if u want a better quality lcd or plasma save more money

good hdmi

bad sdbut cant complain a it was cheap az

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Vivo LTV42FHD 42inch Full HD LCD TV


Recommend as a bedroom/disposable/budget box for TV use or as a gift to people not picky about quality.Stand is too flimsy for me to recommend use where children are present (falling TV would be a constant worry) so a different mount would be...

cheap, hdmiYou could improve the image quality (see 'the bad') a little by hooking it up to a PC via HDMI and have the PC do the upscaling (video processing, PC will also need a TV Tuner).By then you'd have been better off putting all the $ of TV + PC...

no upscaling; SD media looks horrible and pixelly/blocky, motion a little jerky (advise looking elsewhere if your into watching sports), line aliasing (not a good thing), hello black where are you (plenty of grey but no black here), stand is a little...