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    1. SONY 34 Inch Super Fine Pitch(TM)
    $99.94 list($149.99)
    2. Casio EV-570 Handheld Portable
    $79.99 list($199.99)
    3. Axion ACN-5503 5" Portable TV
    $199.99 list($229.00)
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    $174.00 list($249.99)
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    18. Panasonic PV-DM2792 27" Triple
    19. Audiovox DV9000 TV-DVD Floor Console
    20. Axion ACN-3517 5" Portable Black

    1. SONY 34 Inch Super Fine Pitch(TM) XBR(R) Television KD-34XBR960

    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002NDFKM
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 28378
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Product Description

    The cutting edge just got sharper with Sony's KD-34XBR960 34" Super Fine Pitch XBR Television. Featuring a 16: 9 Super Fine Pitch CRT, Hi-Scan 1080i display, and Digital REality Creation MultiFunction V1 circuitry, the KD-34XBR960 brings you a true cinema aspect ratio picture that is brighter, sharper and more vivid than ever before. The KD-34XBR960 also gives you the other high-end features you would expect from a Sony XBR television, such as Cinemotion Reverse 3-2 Pulldown technology, MID X Multi Image Driver circuitry, and Twin-View two tuner Picture-In-Picture. You can even view your family photos onscreen and listen to MP3 audio with the built-in Enhanced Memory Stick Media slot. ... Read more


    • HD Detailer Wideband Video Amp
    • Has a ATSC Integrated Tuner and Digital Cable Ready with CableCARD Slot
    • Also has NTSC TV Tuner for standard analog TV reception
    • Cinemotion Reverse 3-2 Pulldown Technology
    • Twin-View Two Tuner Picture and Picture

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Sony 34XBR960 with matching 34XBR3 stand....
    I purchased this HDTV with the matching stand,that I highly recommend. It provides a seamless integration of the 34XBR960 and SU-34XBR3 (stand).The stand comes with one glass shelf for components and another one can be ordered ,if needed ,for $40.00. I have read many reviews saying the stand does not have room for enough components. I only learned of the 2nd glass shelf after purchasing the SU-34XBR3 and was pleasantly surprised.

    The 34XBR960 is perfect if you are going to place it in a corner of your room. The 960 and stand are wide in front but taper off in the rear and fit snugly into a corner , where I have mine. I first ordered the stand, put it together and placed furniture sliders under the stand. I can now move the 960 and stand easily if I want to.
    The 960 is a very attractive unit and is loaded with everything you might need in a HDTV. The internal HD tuner found all my OTA (over the air)channels in about 5 min. and my analog ones so I was watching HDTV in no time. I was impressed with the quality of the picture, really sharp and clear. I watched the Patriots vs. Colts last night and was really blown away with an absolute perfect picture that looked like you could reach in and pick up the players.
    The remote is very easy to use and the top flips up to reveal buttons for DVD operation. I watched to DVD's and could not believe how much clearer and sharp they were compared to my old TV. The menu for this unit is the easiest to navigate and watch TV at the same time.
    I am very happy I picked this HDTV, there are cheaper units out there but none will beat the PQ (picture quality) of this set.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect TV - You just can't get better
    This TV rocks - but if you're someone scanning tv's and are in the classic "Plasma / LCD / Tube" dilemma let me tell you how I ended up buying this TV:

    I had been looking for an HDTVfor several months to replace the standard 31" TV in my den.After lots of research the end result seemed to be plasma.It was brighter, you could get a wide and big screen, and you could mount it to the wall.Gone would be the massive entertainment center and now I could have the same capability with very minimalist appearance.

    Projection TV's were out, didn't like the side views and all the talk about picture abormalities.Plus even with the small ones this thing is still a tank.LCD's were too expensive and too new plus more talk of issues with them.

    I didn't want to spend more than three grand on a TV.After reading a lot of pros and cons, my thought process was to buy an EDTV Plasma (Enhanced Def TV).The logic was 90% of the TV plus all the DVD's I watch aren't any higher resolution than what an EDTV puts out.Why put down an extra 1200 bucks to get something you rarely will notice?Some HDTV purists say otherwise, but bang for bucks wise EDTV seems to be the way to go.Also, my gut tells me that odds are, anyone with a plasma TV will toss the thing in less than ten years either due to burn in, fading, or a newer technology.

    After all that, I found myself thinking why am I spending three thousand dollars on a TV that isn't full HD with known issues such as burn in (which will make we want to replace it in 5 years) and is a compromise? I also know I'm probably going to move with my job in under a year and mounting a plasma to the wall professionally would cost me $300 more (I checked).

    What I ended up doing was buying a tube TV.The top of the line Sony KD-XBR960 which if you check sites like, they use that tv as the reference TV for other HDTV sets to compare it to.It's a 34" wide screen tube and the picture is absolutely perfect and bright.Knocked my wife over when she saw the Steelers play in HDTV (Jets should have made those field goals by the way). This thing has all the latest toys on it which makes it relavent for the long haul (cable card, built in HDTV tuner and HMDI inputs).Only downside is that it's the size of a tube tv but for me that's no big deal, it replaced the same thing.

    My logic on this is I bought a Sony tube tv and it will last me 15+ years.It's known technology that no matter what comes our way this thing will be up to speed.It's comfortable knowing the plasma and LCD folks are spending tons to try and just reach the picture performance of my tube tv. When I have more money, I take this tv and move it to my bedroom or a game room and then I buy the plasma or whatever to put on the wall.

    Hope this helps you.

    5-0 out of 5 stars My Big Fat Cutting Edge Sony XBR TV
    I did it! I blew the wad! I spent the bucks! I took my chances! And I did it all online!

    I have now proven that for close to $2000 (give or take a hundred) a little research and you too can own a little bit (well ok, a BIG FAT BIT) of cinematic slickness. I am one lazy pig. I like conveniences, I like well-designed circuitry, I like clicking buttons, but I'm just a damn practical piggy and in no way want to pay top dollar to get it.

    So this year I went looking for a bargain in TV's, (Hah! Like anything in the audio video market has been a bargain lately!) just to check if the price of HDTV and HTIB's and Progressive Scan DVD's and and and, well you know, all those buzz words filling the sales pitch for the gorgeous new big screens that we all drool over at the local Circuit City's and Best Buy's of the world, I being one for finding frustration and not just waiting for it to come to me had to see what could be had at a relatively cheap price range.

    Well, let me tell you don't bother going anywhere locally at first, the internet has made this whole mess of technical mumbo jumbo and research and pricing and comparing this to that feature SO MUCH EASIER. SO MUCH BETTER.

    Thank you CNET, THANK YOU!

    So I recently headed over to CNET to see what the geeks of techno savyness were up to these days and clicked over to the HDTV reviews. I know full well I cannot afford those thin beauties of flat panel goodness, the Plasma screens, the LCD wonders, those things you see gracing the walls in all those mansions or as MTV likes to call them cribs of the rich and famous.

    Nope this pig aint got's no 10000.00 smackers to lay down at the local Audio Video den of iniquity. I would have to settle for the cheap $5.00 ho of video technology the lowly CRT.

    Low and behold before my very eyes did I spot my prey. The Sony KD-34XBR960, CNET's Editors Choice and proclaimed reference TV for all HDTV displays they review. What's this you say? A silly CRT is the reference for Plasma and LCD?! You betcha my fine digitally minded friend that is exactly what the experts of the big screens say. The blackest blacks, the most vivid colors, the gold plated circuitry to rule all that is televised is a 34 inch screened, 194 pound, 24 inch front to back, plastic coated, mammoth beast that literally flattens all those wanna be HDTV Plasma and LCD's of the world and breaks their sorry little flat panel hearts all for a measly $1755.00, no state tax, free shipping, thank you for shopping.

    Take it from me my brothers and sisters, Technology can only do so much, so fast, and so flat, and unlike what they want you to believe if you aint got the clams to spend on those pricey ELITE flat panels at the high end of the Pioneer spectrum (hint hint) you are just not getting the dollar for dollar crystal clear, Regis and that bimbo what's her name, image you should be expecting for your hard earned bucks.


    Now about those strange numbers often heard when talking about the HDTV picture this Sony KD-34XBR960 can provide...

    480i - This is what you are currently used to seeing in old DVD players and NTSC broadcasts. 480 interlaced lines of data. This is old school DVD/TV and the reason you need to upgrade to a Progressive Scan DVD player and a digital TV signal from satellite or cable, your choice.

    480p - This is the best you can hope for from the current DVD's being produced out there, honest, only 480 progressive scan lines. Got it? That is 480 lines of all video data available on the disk period. Until High Definition DVD's are on the market this is the actual format and the highest quality picture source currently stashed on those silver disks, that's all she wrote, end of story.

    1080i - Here is the first step up in HDTV broadcasts. 1080 interlaced lines of video data. Allot of the first generation of HDTV broadcasters are using this.

    OK, a quick note here... now some DVD players out there are saying they upscale the DVD data to this format 1080i and the next format 1080p. This is called over scanning and is pretty much just a one-trick-pony feature because there really is no 1080 lines of data on the DVD's you and I are buying on In other words this is just a fancy way of trying to get more out of the non-HDTV format. If there is a choice to make I would go for a perfectly good high quality 480p Progressive Scan DVD player currently available like the Pioneer DV-578A and leave these up scaling models on the shelf till we actually start seeing DVD's with 1080 lines of data that we can actually buy. Then we will know which of these DVD players does a good job playing High Definition DVD's. I myself take a conservative stance of wait and see on this feature.

    1080p - Here is the current holy grail of HDTV broadcasting, the top of the heap and yes the Sony KD-34XBR960 can display this format in all it's digital glory if and when you actually find a source that is showing this.

    For those of you not following the long explanations given above the Sony KD-34XBR960 has the ability to show 480i, 480p, 1080i, 1080p video formats. The picture is crystal clear hands down, I am stunned.

    Next thing you should do of course is prove all this techno weenie mumbo jumbo to yourself in real life, go look at the picture and do not just take my word for it, so wander on over to Circuit City (The only people who carry this particular Sony XBR model). Yep! You, my friend, do not want to simply order anything like a television online unless you see it in person. The Sony KD-34XBR960 is simply too big and too expensive, too much everything, in my book to take any chances.
    Now notice how they keep this baby away from the Plasma and LCD displays? No, I mean it, watch where the Circuit City places these CRT's.
    They are nowhere near the $BIG MONEY$ flat panels. Hmmmm, I wonder why. Could it be the $5000.00 dollar price difference? Could it be manipulative marketing?

    Take a look at the picture and force them to show you this model next to a Sony flat panel of your choice Plasma or LCD playing a DVD using (Component Video) you know the three RCA jack video plugs with red/green/blue. Force those floor boys to whisper sweet lovin in your ear, then walk out and do your shopping online like all us smart shoppin folks do-be-do-be-doo.


    Oh I almost forgot, digital input/output (Those silly plugs) found on the Sony KD-34XBR960, well in a nutshell...

    HDMI/DVI - The tip top digital video connection... I personally combine these two input/output plugs when talking about them and you have seen these before. These are basically the same connections as you would find on the back of your computer monitor. That should also give you a hint about where the world of audio/video is heading. Straight to your desktop computer I say.
    Anyway, the Sony KD-34XBR960 has a single HDMI input which I would recommend leaving for your High Definition DVD player you will eventually be buying sometime next year for probably way too much money, oh well. High-end DVD players toting the latest wiz bang features have these DVI/HDMI connections so if you got one use it.
    Last but not least DVI to HDMI converter connector plugs are available which is also the reason I combine these two formats.

    Component Video - The three red/green/blue RCA jacks. This is the current standard everybody should be using today. You should have this if you are even thinking of looking at buying this TV. The Sony KD-34XBR960 has two of these connections.

    The formats I write about below are sub-par digital video connections.

    S-Video - Yeah, that little black circle plug with the thin wires inside that bend and break off when you try to plug it in because you cannot find the way it is supposed to go in and you are about to lose it and bash something, That one! Good-bye you sucky useless thing! Good-bye and good riddance! Piece of junk! This is so old school and so finicky. Buy a better DVD player or whatever you have to and throw this in the trash. The Sony KD-34XBR960 has three of these, 2 in the back and 1 in the front so you can plug in your video games.

    Psssst...Kids, Sony has (Component Video) cables for the PS2 for around $20.00. Uh huh, you can now dump this last stupid connector, hook a Fiber Optic Audio cable to the Surround Sound system (That square plug thingy in the back.) and go styling with better definition and Surround Sound while you play Ratchet & Clank. Just don't let dad catch you playing in the back of the TV, you can thank me later.

    Composite Video - That single yellow RCA plug. This was never a good idea to begin with; I mean, come on think about it. A complex analog signal going through what is basically a mono jack? Nah, it's trash. The Sony KD-34XBR960 has one of these.

    RF - Your Cable connection. This is why I want a satellite TV reciever now! Comcast prices just went up and for what? Better technology? Better picture? Better customer service? Hell no! Stupid Clear Channel wannabe! The Sony KD-34XBR960 has one labeled Cable and one labeled UHF/VHF.

    Quick note... Digital signals from local stations are free and are coming on-air all the time. Get yourself a $30.00 VHF/UHF antenna and check for them. Save yourself some cash if you can live without cable.
    To use the Sony KD-34XBR960 with Comcast (DO NOT! I REPEAT! DO NOT buy the stupid HDTV tuner they have.) Order the Digital package then after they install it take the box they give you and remove it from between your TV and the wall, now plug your Sony KD-34XBR960 directly into the cable. If you also get movie channels that need the box use a splitter on the wire coming from the wall. (Visit Radio Shack for this.) Connect one side directly to the RF connector labeled Cable on the TV and connect the other through the Comcast box and then to the RF Connection labeled VHF/UHF on the TV. Now you can watch eveything and still have HDTV signals coming to your TV.
    That's right folks Comcast is deliberately stopping HDTV signals getting through their box. Repeat after me... "Death to Comcast! Die Die Die!"

    For those of you not following the long explanations given above the Sony KD-34XBR960 has a total of 7 video inputs and all the currently available connection types on the market. I hate Comcast.


    The Sony KD-34XBR960 does come with it's version of Surround Sound but even though it has a marvelous tone and quality speakers I myself was more interested in the Fiber Optic Audio Output plug that it has on the back. Let me tell you why.

    No TV speakers can compete with a HTIB (Home Theater In A Box)

    Let me repeat myself...

    If you are buying a TV at close to $2000.00 I certainly hope you set aside some cash for some type of Surround Sound System. If you are cheap like I am you will look at the HTIB's for the best price.

    I myself after vigorous research purchased the best budget setup IMHO on the market. A Surround Sound System so new that is only available from a couple of online stores.

    Onkyo HT-S870 Go check on that product. You will thank me.

    Quick Update

    Just found out an interesting fact for those of you out there wanting to use that Fiber Optic Audio Output plug on this here Sony KD-34XBR960.
    The tuner is selective about what it outputs on the Fiber Optic Line. If you are watching an analog station you can only output the audio through the RCA Audio Outputs not through the Fiber Optic Audio Output.
    The station must be digital for this TV to output the Dolby Digital Audio through the Fiber Optic line.
    Boy did I beat myself up trying to figure this one out today.

    Quick Update: Part 2

    Someone asked me in email what DVD players I would look at if I was buying one today.

    The top three interesting DVD players on my budget minded wish list...

    Sorta Low Price: Toshiba SD-340E

    Direct from the UK for around 79 pounds (OK, let's see, that's about $155.00 US) a major brand name with all this old hackers' favorite bells and whistles!
    Multi-region (Play ANY DVD from ANY country.)
    DivX (3.11, 5.0 & XViD), MP3, WMA, DVD-R, CD-R/RW, VCD, SVCD, JPEG, Progressive Scan, Automatic Selecting PAL or NTSC Component Video Output!
    SO YES, you can use this in the US. *Heavy Sigh*
    Uber Chic Euro Tech cool!

    Mid Range Price: Denon DVD-1910

    Denon'$ entry-level player for around an affordable $200.00. Yah it up-scales to 1080i too but unfortunately all the lower priced, well made, brands are pushing this feature and well... I would look at this player simply because I keep hearing how exceptional it is.
    DVI output is the BIG plus here and would only require a DVI to HDMI cable to put your Sony TV over the top in drooling high quality DVD picture pleasing pleasure.
    Serious DVD Enthusiast cool!

    Used or EBay: Panasonic DVD-RP82 or DVD-XP30

    Legendary! I mean it! Why did Panasonic stop making these unbelievable low priced players? WHY? What were they thinking? Anyway, if you want a chance at finding a DVD player very, VERY, well known for having an exceptional picture that people will still pay good money for (but most often get great deals on because other people have no idea what they have, heh!) even after they stopped making these models.
    EBay Bargain Hunter Techno Geek cool!

    That's my piggy view of the current crop. ... Read more

    2. Casio EV-570 Handheld Portable TV
    list price: $149.99
    our price: $99.94
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005T3SM
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Casio
    Sales Rank: 631
    Average Customer Review: 3.54 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

    Take your TV on the go with the Casio EV-570 portable TV. Catch the big game or your favorite show when you can't be at home to watch. The EV-570 features a glare-resistant 2.5-inch liquid crystal display (LCD) color screen and runs for up to 2 hours on AAA batteries.

    Watch any broadcast channel on the VHF or UHF dial with the built-in antenna. Optional connections allow you to hook the TV up to cable or to boost your reception with an external antenna (not included). You can also connect the unit to an external video component, such as a DVD player or VCR with an optional A/V cord (not included).

    The EV-570 features a built-in speaker, as well as an earphone jack. The channel tuning keys are on the front of the unit. Volume and brightness controls are included on the side. The TV can be powered by your choice of 4 AAA batteries or a AC or car adapter (not included). Without batteries, the EV-570 weighs less than a pound.

    What's in the Box
    Handheld TV, owner's manual. ... Read more


    • 2.5-inch high-resolution LCD screen; measures 8.5 x 7 x 1.4 inches (W x H x D)
    • Weighs less than 1pound without batteries
    • Runs up to 2 hours on 4 AAA batteries, optional AC/DC connections
    • Optional inputs for cable and A/V components
    • Built-in mono speaker and earphone jack

    Reviews (13)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Best Portable Tv
    I have one of this portable TV Casio EV570 ,my freind borrowed it from me and enjoy wacthing,he got one for him he enjoyed wacthing because the picture so clear.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Casio has Crystals
    This company comes out with superb configuration for handheld TV's. The 2.5" screen model EV-570 is Casio's smallest TFT (LCD technology abbreviation) TV. The picture is very sharp and clear. Don't avoid buying this TV just because it doesn't have the cheapest price tag. I have enjoy watching the VCR through the audio/video jack right on my lap instead of the large TV screen. This handy size TV will be enjoyed both indoors and out.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good TV for its size
    I take a lot of road trips so I decided to get this handheld TV. All I have to say is wow; I was up in New Hampshire over the weekend and this TV picked up more channels, while in the car, than the TV we had in our place that had rabbit ears. The only problems I encountered were that I was watching a football game and I couldn't see the score because the screen was too small. Also the battery life is no more than just over 2 hours, but I bought rechargeable batteries and a charger which gets rid of that problem. Anyway I would definetly recommend this TV to anyone who wants to watch a TV when they aren't close to one.

    1-0 out of 5 stars DEFECTIVE PRODUCT - DON'T BUY IT! 0 stars.....
    I was given this item as a gift and 5 minutes after putting in the batteries and getting nothing but a dark fuzzy screen, I call up the customer support number, a minute later the batteries exploded in the unit (while I was on the phone with Casio Customer Support). Their reply was "these things happen".

    Then I was told to either return the defective product where it was purchased within 30 days and the retailer would replace it, or pay for shipping and insurance to send it to somewhere in New Jersey where I was told it may take them up to 30 days to look at it.

    I'm not sure if I even want another one, at the risk of getting injured by exploding batteries from bad circuitry.

    I would never buy or reccommend any products from Casio.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Poor picture quality!
    It is almost impossible to get a clear picture on any channel and the sound quality is poor. Buying this handheld was a big mistake! ... Read more

    3. Axion ACN-5503 5" Portable TV with AM/FM Radio
    list price: $199.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005RD8K
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: American Action, Inc.
    Sales Rank: 2304
    Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

    The ACN-5503's small size and five-inch color screen and built-in FM/AM radio tuning makes it ideal for sports events, camping, dorm rooms, or other portable or space-constrained applications. A set of audio/video input jacks lets you use the set as a monitor for a DVD player, VCR, camcorder, or gaming console, and the ACN-5503 comes with AC and DC power adapters for use in either home or vehicle. It also runs on nine D Alkaline batteries or an optional rechargeable battery pack (no batteries are included).

    The set offers a monaural headphone jack for private listening using optional headphones. There's a jack for an external antenna, as well, though a telescoping antenna comes built-in. The set uses a bar tuning system. Its tuning range covers VHF low (channels 2 to 6), VHF high (channels 7 to 13), and UHF (channels 14 to 69), and its recommended operating temperature ranges from 41 degrees to about 104 degrees Fahrenheit.

    What's in the Box
    TV, AC power adapter, DC power adapter. ... Read more


    • Portable television with 5-inch CRT screen and built-in FM/AM tuner; 6.75 x 6.25 x 11.25 inches (W x H x D)
    • Audio/video inputs let you connect an external DVD player, VCR, camcorder, or gaming console
    • Offers telescoping antenna, external antenna jack
    • Monaural headphone jack affords private listening
    • Includes AC adapter, DC car adapter; runs on 9 D batteriesor optional rechargeable battery pack (no batteries included)

    Reviews (4)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Great while it lasted
    this small color TV was fine for less than a year. It has a great picture, even though tuning in to local channels was tricky. Within the first year the sound started to go, but I found if I turned the TV off and on quickly, the sound returned. I don't expect it to continue working at this rate. You get what you pay for!

    2-0 out of 5 stars Enjoy it while you can...
    I bought one of these a couple years ago. The style and size were just what I was looking for, and the picture was fine, but it lasted only a couple of months before it stopped working. I turned it on one day and smelled the distinctive "electrical burning" smell, and the unit was fried. I got what I paid for, but hoped it would last longer than that.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Action ACN 5503 5" Color Monitor
    If you are looking for a tv to connect to cable I strongly recommend looking for another brand. This model has a plug in for an outside antenna that can be used to connect it to cable with the proper adapter (not provided), however because of a poor quality tuner it will not hold the cable channel signal.It looses the channel when the station switches back and forth from local to network broadcasting. Also when you turn the set off and on.I've owned several 5" color tv's and have never experienced this problem.The tv that I purchased was "refurbished" and it was really lousy... I'm not happy with the purchase, but I'm keeping it as it is not worth the hassle of returning it...

    5-0 out of 5 stars Big things come in small packages
    I boought this yesterday, its great. It uses batteries to make it portable or you can plug it in. You can even hook up a video game consolec up to this little thing. It's in color and has a great picture. I highly reccomend buying it. ... Read more

    4. RCA E09344 9" Kitchen TV (White)
    list price: $229.00
    our price: $199.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000056SK7
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: RCA
    Sales Rank: 6019
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

    Now you can cook and watch your favorite programs at the same time. This kitchen TV is compact and features an attractive exterior to fit in with almost any kitchen decor. You can stand the TV on the counter, or a swiveling, under-cabinet mounting bracket allows you to conveniently store your TV.

    The RCA has V-chip parental control whereby program rating information is sent by the broadcaster before the beginning of each program. It blocks unwanted television broadcasts with U.S. government-required circuitry. The V-chip blocks three types of programs: regular television programs, broadcast movies, and unrated programs. The television will match program rating to user preference and block the entire program. User preference is secured using a four-digit password. Also, the front panel locks, so small children cannot adjust the volume and channel.

    An auto cable and air switch sets tuner to cable or "off-air" frequencies during initial setup. Then the system automatically scans for and locks active channels into channel memory.

    A sleep timer automatically turns off the TV after a preset period--for the times when you drift off to sleep in front of the television. With an alarm timer, you can wake up to your favorite morning show, or it can turn on your television automatically and catch your favorite program. Since the alarm setting remains in the TV memory indefinitely, the TV can be scheduled to turn on at the same time every day.

    The corresponding remote has a protective plastic cover so you can easily wipe it clean. On-screen displays make it easy to adjust most picture, sound, and convenience features from the remote control.

    The TV comes with a headphone jack (headphones not included) and a warranty that covers 90 days for labor and one year for parts (two years for picture tube).

    ... Read more


    • 9-inch family-friendly kitchen TV for storage under kitchen cupboards; 11.5 x 10.2 x 13 inches (W x H x D)
    • V-chip parental control and a front-panel menu lock
    • Multilingual onscreen display
    • Headphone jack
    • Plastic-coated remote control is easy to clean

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great set.perfect for the kitchen.
    This TV has a sharper picture than my 32" Sony wega.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great 9 inch TV
    I bought this as a Christmas present for my wife 4 years ago because she likes to watch Oprah while getting supper ready and she likes to listen to National Public Radio on Saturday mornings. And this wonderful television comes with an FM tuner, so we had the best of both worlds. The picture is clear and sharp. The sound is crisp and clean. And my wife has used this TV practically every single day we have been home for the past four years and it still works great.

    One thing we did notice, though, is that once in a while when you turn the TV on, it will take up to ten seconds for the volume and picture to come on. We're not sure why this is. It only started happening recently. Yet I still recommend this 9 inch TV if you are looking for something small that will fit on your kitchen counter or on a large bedroom/bathroom vanity, and especially if it is important for you to have the FM radio option, because many TVs do not have it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Old model was good, new model is great.
    I owned the prior model, which was a pretty good set but had some nagging flaws (buttons often broke, pushing the wrong button reset the picture to 'baseline', which was awful). This set has flush buttons that are water resistant, the picture is good every time, and even the automatic (when muted) closed-captioning is useful. The FM tuner is gone, but it wasn't that good anyway. ... Read more

    5. TERK HD-TVS Slim Profile Outdoor HDtv Antenna
    list price: $149.95
    our price: $123.99
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    Asin: B0006N2PDQ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Terk
    Sales Rank: 17210
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    Product Description

    passive (non-amplified), directional antenna, optimized for HDTV * VHF and UHF capability for reception of channels 2-69 * adjustable antenna element, for optimal signal reception * mounting mast and foot included, with required mounting screws * 15-3/4"W x 29-1/2"H x 9"D * ... Read more


    • Lightweight and compact designed directional HDTV VHS/UHF antenna
    • Utilizes non-traditional electromagnetic antenna design for superior performance
    • Designed with a very high 20-to-1 front to back ratio that accomidates the reception and modulation of reflected signals
    • Includes mounting mast, foot bracket, and mounting hardware

    6. Sony XVM-R75 Motorized Fold-Down Widescreen 7" LCD Monitor (Silver)

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    Asin: B00006AGO1
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Sales Rank: 28692
    Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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    Whether keeping the kids entertained on the drive to grandma's or rehearsing your sales presentation on the way to the next meeting, the Sony XVM-R75 7-inch flip-down LCD provides a welcome distraction (as long as the driver isn't watching). The monitor provides wireless viewing in your choice of widescreen or conventional 4:3 formats. It connects through the included XA-117 connection box which transmits data directly from your trunk-mounted DVD changer, game system, or other compatible peripheral device.

    The screen offers adjustments such as brightness and contrast (dimmer) control to let you view images clearly in most lighting conditions. The unit also features a built-in IR receiver so that it can be operated with the included remote control. An IR transmitter lets you listen using Sony's wireless headphones (not included).

    The XVM-R75 relies on your cars battery to provide power, so when the key is not in the ignition, the panel will automatically fold closed. This is a helpful feature for preventing car break-ins, as it renders the monitor much less visible.

    The XVM-R75 comes with everything you'll need for initial installation. Sony recommends that you have this product professionally installed to prevent accidental interference with or damage to your car's safety and operational systems. Additionally, you are urged to make sure that the XVM-R75 is mounted in a location that will not obstruct the driver's view.

    What's in the Box
    XVM-R75 LCD, XA-117 connection box, RM-X123 remote control with lithium battery, extension cable (5 m), power cord, DC-DC cord, stereo mini plug-to-plug cable (5 m), mounting plate, screws, tapping screws, cord stopper, crimper, operating instructions, warranty information ... Read more


    • Motorized, flip-down design for car installation
    • Supports 16:9 widescreen and conventional 4:3 aspect ratios
    • Built-in IR transceiver for use with remote and optional headphones
    • 3 A/V inputs, 1 A/V output; power output terminal for peripheral devices
    • Sony recommends professional installation

    Reviews (1)

    2-0 out of 5 stars looks good, but not dependable.
    Great monitor with a cool factor of mototrized fold-down. The problem is the fold-down motor is not durable in regular use. I have owned this monitor for just barely 2 years, and the motor is defective. At every bump on the road, the monitor would automatically close, which drove the kids...and me crazy!! I originally had this professionally installed, and now, the technicians stated that the motor is defective/broken. I am disappointed and really was expecting a much more reliable product from Sony. ... Read more

    7. Audiovox 4" Slim Clamshell LCD Screen (LCM4000)

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    Asin: B000069E2I
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: AudioVox Communications
    Sales Rank: 38326
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    8. Apex GT2015 20" Flat-Screen Stereo TV

    Asin: B000069BDM
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: APEX
    Sales Rank: 53986
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    The 20-inch Apex GT2015 uses a Pure Flat picture tube, which not only looks cool compared to a conventional, bulbous screen, but also provides a high-quality, high-contrast picture owing to the screen's ability to reduce reflected ambient light. It has a 4:3 aspect ratio, and three picture modes (normal, theater, memory) and four sound modes (speech, music, theater, memory) that let you customize the set for different uses.

    The GT2015 has a built-in 181-channel tuner. It provides stereo audio (with 5 watts per channel) from broadcast programming via Multi-channel Television Sound (MTS), which permits broadcasters to encode stereo audio within the video portion of TV programming signals. It features a set of composite A/V connectors on the front of the TV, as well as two A/V inputs, one S-Video input, and one A/V output on the rear.

    A black-level extension circuit enhances picture gradation, while digital geometric correction automatically configures the screen's image positioning with no mechanical adjustments required. The set also features a trilingual onscreen display (English, Spanish, French), closed-caption display, V-Chip parental control, a sleep timer, auto-off, channel recall, channel scan, and a unified remote control.

    Tech Talk
    Aspect ratio: The aspect ratio refers to the shape of the video image. Standard television has a 4:3 aspect ratio, which is almost square in appearance. Digital television will have either a 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratio, which is widescreen and appears rectangular, looking more like a movie screen and filling more of the viewer's field of vision for a more lifelike viewing experience.

    What's in the Box
    Apex GT2015 20-inch TV, remote control (infrared, K12C-C1), 2 AAA batteries, and owner's manual. ... Read more


    • Includes a unified remote control
    • 20-inch TV with Pure Flat picture tube for reduced reflections; 20.16 x 20.55 x 20.08 inches (W x H x D)
    • Front-panel A/V input accommodates a camcorder, gaming console, or VCR
    • V-Chip parental control keeps young eyes off mature content
    • Stereo sound with 5 watts per channel

    Reviews (6)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money on anything else
    Nevermind the "for the money" reviews, for any amount this is a great TV set. Flat crystal clear screen, large enough size for any application, superb sound and as many in/out jacks as you could need. Anything comparable to this would be double the money. The channel change delay is barely noticeable. If you're one to spend wisely, as I am, you wouldn't buy anything else.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Picture, Great looking, Great Quality
    Wow!What a nice looking tv!I found it at Target for only $88!!I could not believe it.Has the same picture quality as my Sony. PlayStation 2 games are crystal clear too.

    This is a great looking tv and very good quality as well.I saw this at Target for $88, snagged one up, and by the time I rolled my cart back to the electronics area there was only one left on the shelf.They were restocking the shelf already by the time I went to leave the store.:)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent flat-screen television for the price!!!
    Get your hands on this affordable tube for a way low price.This TV was manufactured in 2002, but don't let that fool you.It is high quality even though there is a lag in channel changing, believe me you won't notice it much.

    You can Get this television (brand spanking new) for a limited time at TARGET stores for the incredible price of only $88.So go on and pick up this set, it's loaded with high end features for a low end price.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Tv
    so far I had no problems with this TV , When you switch channels it does have a black screen in between switching ( No Problem w/me) The sound has also a automatic adjustment while switching (still no problem w/me) overall the Picture is Great, and I rate it a high five. For the price you cant beat this Tv .Just check it out befroe you buy turn up the sound switch channels, Etc Etc.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Best value 20" Flat screen TV under $200
    This flat screen TV has value written all over it. The brand name is relatively new so there is a risk for the long term, but at [$$$] on amazon or [$$$] at [another store], this is a winner. Changing channels using the remote takes 1 second, picture quality not as good as Panasonic or Sony. but for price, you can't beat this value. ... Read more

    9. Vantage Point 19''-21'' White TV Ceiling Mount (PTC20W)

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    Asin: B00005T3I8
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Vantage Point Products
    Sales Rank: 45788
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    • 0, 5, 10 degree downward angle, 360 degree rotation, White Finish

    10. Stylish VHF/UHF/FM with Universal Dipoles

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    Asin: B00005T3KI
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Jensen
    Sales Rank: 3792
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    11. RCAE13320 13" Color TV

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    Asin: B00005T3D6
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: RCA
    Sales Rank: 20874
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    • 13 Hi-Con Picture Tube - Increases contrast under bright room conditions
    • On-Screen Clock, Sleep and Alarm Timers
    • V-Chip Parental Control
    • Trilingual On-Screen Programmable Menu Display - English, French, Spanish
    • RCA ChanneLock Digital Remote (23-Button)

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars RCA lives up to its well deserved reputation
    Delivering high quality at a low price! This RCA Televisivion has all the bells and whistles and is worth every penny!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Product
    This television has amazing image quality for a 13 inch television. I've ran DVD's, videotapes, video games, cameras, and everything else imaginable through it and they all show up with excellent color and quality. Sometimes it seems that the volume fluctuates (how loud a certain spot on the volume bar is seems to change) but I'm guessing that's just my cable provider. Overall, a great value at under $100.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Nice Features for small TV
    I wanted a new tv for my room and picked up this one because of the av hookups, the brand and the price. It also looked pretty cool too. The child lock on the front should be on ALL tvs. The commerical skip buttons is cool too.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Very Good
    This TV has the best value out of all the TVs I have Looked at. I have had this TV for almost 5 months and have never had a problem. Has a very sharp picture and good sound. The menu is very easy to use and has easy to use color adjustments. If you need a small TV buy this one! ... Read more

    12. Audiovox 5.6" Screen for the Audiovox Portable Video Systems in a Bag (VBPEX56)

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    Asin: B00006H2VK
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: AudioVox Corporation
    Sales Rank: 10106
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    13. PTC Series Ceiling Mount for 13"-17" TV (White)

    our price: $46.99
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    Asin: B00005T3AL
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: VANTAGE POINT
    Sales Rank: 15451
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    14. Wall Mountable Passive VHF/UHF/FM Antenna

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    Asin: B00005T3KJ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Jensen
    Sales Rank: 10649
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    15. JVC AV-32D303 32" TV (Silver)
    by JVC
    list price: $599.95
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    Asin: B000066R7K
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: JVC
    Sales Rank: 39278
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    16. Apex AT2402 24'' TV
    list price: $249.99
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    Asin: B000066IUP
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: APEX
    Sales Rank: 42778
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    • Includes 23-key remote control
    • TV features 3 picture modes (normal, theater, personal) for individualized watching
    • Parental control with V-chip
    • 181-channel tuner with channel scan
    • On screen menu in English, Spanish, or French

    Reviews (12)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great set...Awesome picture and sound
    I bought this T.V. on Amazon about five months ago.I bought it to replace a Samsung television that kind of internally blew up.I looked around quite a bit for a good yet inexpensive television.When I saw this one I was a little worried about getting an eletronics product from a company I have never heard of (I have regretably done it before).After five months of EXTENSIVE use I have nothing but good things to say about this product.

    I use it primarily to watch DVDs and VHS tapes.The picture is extraordinarly clear with very little glare when I put a light up to it (there is no more glare than any other television would have)

    The sound is as crisp as I could ever want from an unaltered television.I was originally planning on setting up a small and subtle sound system to the T.V. but its stock sound quality convinced me that doing that would be unnecessary.

    I use the sleep timer every night and change the sound settings to allow me to fall asleep easily without being awaken by loud moments in movies or shows.

    Overall this television set has pleasantly surprised me.I was originally looking for a T.V. that would simply work and not fall apart, instead I paid much less than I thought I would and got so much more.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Terrible picture
    I thought I'd save a few pennies by purchasing this TV, and was intrigued by the flat screen and 24" size, but now I'm stuck with a TV that has poor sound, poor resolution, and poor color.Spend the extra few dollars and go with a reputable brand.

    5-0 out of 5 stars More bang for the buck
    I bought this animal at the grocery check out. It was among the candy bars and magazines. Don�t worry it was not impulse. I needed a TV with all the impute and output formats and this one fit the bill. I can not believe you get all this for the price. It installed in two minutes (would have been faster if I hadn�t dropped the included remote batteries.) I tested it with both cable and DVD. Before purchasing I read the manual and found that ther3e are many other features to explore. Most important for me was the build in sound as I did not want to set up an elaborate sound system. I do get some glare from the overhead lighting, but it is practically in front of it. You will also have to like the silver color which goes in my chrome and glass room. The remote is well designed and has room for fat fingers. I could go on with all the pluses but I do not want to bore you. I think I�ll just go back to watching it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Buy for Price & Features
    I bought this TV for my roommate more than 8 months ago.We saw it in a store where we could compare audio and video performance with more than 12 other TV's of the same size.The picture was crisp, sharp and bright.The audio was also very good.The performance compared favorably with that of TV's 3x the price.

    Things got better after we brought it home.In addition to many features that most TV's now have (sleep timer, etc.) it has 2 features I have not seen before.You can not only customize the video presentation, you can customize the audio as well.Now I can do this on my big, expensive tuner, but the settings on this TV are unique and most helpful.**If you like to fall asleep with the TV on or are suffering from mild hearing loss there is a setting that brings dialog to the fore and minimizes loud noises like explosions, musical crescendos and engine sounds.**This feature is also helpful in cleaning up the often-muddy soundtrack on videos of old films.

    I have read a few reviews of other Apex products that mentioned difficulties with service or reliability, but so far (knock wood) this TV has done a great job and i would not hesitate to recommend it to others.

    5-0 out of 5 stars WOW!!!
    I just bought this wonderful television last week, I love it so much. The sound is awsome, you can here a pin drop. There is no glare and the screen's picture controls ae outstanding. What I really like out of all the other things is the built in V-chip so that I can set limits on my children's veiwing. I give this T.V. 5 out of 5 ... Read more

    17. Audiovox VOD806 Overhead 8" TV-DVD Player Combo

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    Asin: B00006AVC9
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: AudioVox Communications
    Sales Rank: 8723
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    4-0 out of 5 stars Traveling Movie Theater Works Great
    I have this DVD player installed in a 2001 Suburban. It fits and looks great with the optional Audiovox overhead console for the Suburban. I opted for that so I wouldn't lose the back seat air controls from the original overhead console.

    The unit is easy to operate and works very well. Its screen doesn't close easily and I probably would have thought this to be a defect if the installer hadn't mentioned it when he was showing me how to operate it. A 16:9 screen would be cooler, but for the car the screen size is just fine.

    The only problem I've noticed is that it seems to have problems handling imperfections (scratches/fingerprints/debris) on a DVD. It sometimes gets stuck (i.e. pauses) at certain points in a movie. So far this has only happened on DVDs that have visible scratches, fingerprints or debris on them. Skipping forward a little works to get past the problem. Since these same DVDs work flawlessly in our home DVD players and any flaws in the DVDs are very minor I've thought about taking this player back for a replacement. But, since it hardly ever happens I'm okay with it.

    Our kids (4 and 2) really like having this in the car. We recently took a trip across the state and when the kids weren't sleeping or coloring, they were watching movies. It was the first long trip during which we didn't hear the "are we there yet" chant from the back seat. The kids were totally content.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Not sure if worth the money
    I bought this and had it installed and within the week, it stopped working. I had it replaced and had to add an extended warranty because I'm not sure how long it will work. The 8 in screen is great. It is annoying to have to select the FM reception each time it is turned on to hear it. The screen doesn't close very easily into unit. I haven't had any problems with the Audiovox video in a bag so I thought I'd give their DVD system a try. It's only been a week, but it's still working. ... Read more

    18. Panasonic PV-DM2792 27" Triple Play TV-DVD-VCR Combo
    list price: $749.99
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    Asin: B00005YU7S
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 33430
    Average Customer Review: 2.33 out of 5 stars
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    • 27-inch TV with built-in DVD player and VHS hi-fi stereo VCR
    • Plays DVD, VHS tape, Video CD, audio CD, CD-R, and CD-RW (including MP3 encoded discs)
    • PanaBlack picture tube enhances contrast and depth of all video sources
    • VCR Plus+ simplifies programming
    • Dolby Digital and DTS outputs (for use with compatible surround receiver)

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Panasonic a great product
    This television has a great picture and the ease of operation between the TV,DVD,VHS is fantastic.
    The owners manuel is an encyclopedia (lol) but pretty easy to follow. To be honest the hardest part was converting the Panasonic remote control. I still haven't figured out how to make the cable remote work on the Panasonic remote.But that being the only problem. The picture and options on this television is fantastic. I have a 52" TV in the living room and I watch the Panasonic.A great buy............

    1-0 out of 5 stars what a mistake. NEVER AGAIN
    TV works fine, as does DVD. Six weeks after we bought it, the VCR unit didn't work. Wouldn't accept tapes. Sent it for repairs, gone two weeks. Got it back, worked fine for another few weeks. N ow it's broken again. And guess what? Panasonic says that, since it's over 90 days, the labor charges are our responsbility. We'll see about that.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Great for a year, then: IMPLOSION
    This product worked fine for a year. Then, one night, a series of pops and bright flashes on the screen became more frequent during the course of two hours. Finally, they became rapid-fire and the TV died! I had had it for 13 months. Happily, I bought it with AmEx and they will repair or replace it under their double-the-warranty protection plan. ... Read more

    19. Audiovox DV9000 TV-DVD Floor Console

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    Asin: B00006F2JL
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: AudioVox Communications
    Sales Rank: 39727
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    20. Axion ACN-3517 5" Portable Black & White AC/DC TV
    list price: $29.95
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    Asin: B00005RD8C
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: American Action, Inc.
    Sales Rank: 23629
    Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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    Tune in to television from the game, the car, or the comfort of your bedroom with the ACN-3517's 5-inch black-and-white screen. The back panel sports a telescoping antenna, and you can hook up an external antenna for better reception. Screen settings include adjustments for vertical hold, brightness, and contrast. A monaural earphone jack lets you listen in private.

    The unit's electronic tuner gives you access to VL, VH, and UHF channels, and it runs on 10 D batteries (standard or rechargeable, not included), an external DC power (adapter included), or AC power (adapter included).

    What's in the Box
    TV, AC power adapter, DC car power adapter, user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more


    • 5-inch black-and-white portable television; 6.5 x 6.25 x 8.5 inches (W x H x D)
    • AC/DC power adapters included; also runs on 10 D batteries (not included)
    • Vertical hold, brightness, and contrast control on rear panel
    • Telescoping antenna, external TV antenna jack
    • Electronic tuner with VL, VH, and UHF channels

    Reviews (3)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Pathectic Tuning
    This thing cannot tune at all. I live within 5 miles of the broadcast towers of Buffalo, New York, and I can tune in just ONE (1-not a typo) station. It seem to love this station so much that no matter what you set the tuner for, it chooses that station. The sound is just as bad; the station I get has sound, but is garbled behind reason. DO NOT BUY THIS. IT IS A WASTE OF 30 BUCKS

    5-0 out of 5 stars Sleek and well made..........5 stars plus
    We used to have a white TV similar to this that was a promotional gift from our telephone company, but it broke so we started looking around for a replacement and for the price and what features you get this is a GREAT buy. and better made than some traditional small televisions. The colour is a matte finish so it stays clean and neat looking. And there aren't a lot of dust trap nooks and crannies. Sleek and light.

    We keep it in the car for when we are out and running errands and one of us stays in the car. It is handy to have on hand when I drop someone off for a doctors appointment and wait in the car. It is also great to have on outings if there is a sports program on that others want to watch.

    If there is a downsize it is that it requires 10 D size batteries so buy rechargeable ones and use the plug in jack or the cigarettes adapter whenever possible rather than just the batteries. When we have gone batteries only they last for one or two shows. Which means one average length football or baseball game being broadcast. So use the adapters! And the earphone set up is nice as well. And the antenna folds down easily and out of the way.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Action ACN-3517 TV by Sanjay Schrapel
    This is an excellent television, perfect for taking on the train, plane, bus or on long car trips. Firstly, I must say I like the look of it. Yes, it is black, but I like the shape and sometimes the really colourful (notice how I spelt colo>uRead more

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