Sceptre 50" Class FHD (1080P) LED TV (X505BV-FSR)

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Sceptre 50" Class FHD (1080P) LED TV (X505BV-FSR)
MSRP : $349.99

Sale : $199.99
Sold & shipped by Walmart
With X505BV-FSR, razor-sharp clarity and dazzling color unfolds right before your eyes. Clear QAM tuner is included to make cable connection as easy as possible, without an antenna. From battle scenes to car chases, MEMC 120 will smoothly deliver almost twice as many frames as 60Hz. HDMI input delivers the unbeatable combination of high-definition video and clear audio. A USB port comes in handy when you want to flip through all of your stored pictures and tune into your stored music. More possibilities: with HDMI, VGA, Component and Composite inputs, we offer a convenient balance between the old and new to suit your diverse preferences.

Sceptre 50" Class FHD (1080P) LED TV (X505BV-FSR):

Key Features:
  • Screen Size (Diag.): 49.5 in
  • Backlight Type: LED
  • Resolution: 1080p
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Effective Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Frame Rate: MEMC 120
  • Smart Functionality: no
  • Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 25,000:1
  • Viewable Angle (H/V): 178 degrees/178 degrees
  • Number of Colors: 16.7M (8-bit)
  • OSD Language: English, Spanish, French
  • Speakers/Power Output: 10W x 2 

    Surround Sound Mode


Connectivity:
  • Component/Composite Video: 1
  • HDMI: 3
  • VGA: 1
  • Headphone: 1
  • SPDIF Auto Output: 1
  • USB 2.0: 1

What's in The Box:
  • Remote Control

Wall-mountable:
  • Mount Pattern: 200mm x 200mm
  • Screw Size: M6
  • Screw Length: 10mm

Support and Warranty:
  • 1-year limited labor and parts

CFarmer63

Why Pay More?

I received this television one week ago. I was a bit worried it would be hard for a short, older person living alone to set up on a tall entertainment center because of the large screen size, but it is so lightweight that it was no problem at all. I am very impressed with the picture quality and sound volume. My sister has a $7,000 television and had to hook up a sound system to hers to get the volume I enjoy from this TV. My hearing isn't what it used to be, so I need the volume. In my opinion, my picture quality is as good (and in some cases, better) as the that of many high-cost televisions. Unlike many other televisions today, the remote control is easy to use with large enough buttons to see and touch. I was hesitant to order this brand without having seen it at the store, but I am so glad I did. Should I ever upgrade to a screen larger than this 50" diagonal screen, I would not hesitate to buy another Sceptre.

Willy

Correction for an existing review,

A reviewer complained that the screen width was 45 inches rather than the 50 inch advertised. CORRECTION, Television screen sizes are measured diagonally. A 50 inch diagonal screen will measure approximately 45 inches in width. Just wanted everyone to have the facts as they are.

p38cat

50" Sceptre FSR

Ordered Aug 23 received Aug 26. I had it up on the wall in no time. Read all the instructions. With very little tinkering and adjusting sound I popped in a Blue Ray movie. Fantastic picture and sound quality. At $269.00 purchase price I feel like I robbed the bank. Crisp clear picture, sound much better than anything I have heard from a flat screen. Get one, you will be amazed.

JMGWorkPlay

3 out of 3 out of the park on Sceptre TV's!

More money for other things! This is my 3rd Sceptre TV -- all excellent. The value is tremendous. The sound on this TV is actually pretty good, just adjust the sound settings in menu. I bought a Sceptre sound bar, but the TV speakers are better. Don't spend money on brand name TVs.

SLUU

Good TV

Was waiting for Black Friday to buy a big screen TV when I saw this... $260 looks just like a Black Friday price for me, such a steal that I don't think a 'buy-now' makes no sense any more. You get a pretty decent TV 2 months ahead of Black Friday to enjoy, at a Black Friday price, why not? Been using this new 50" TV with my Playstation 4 for gaming, no problem at all. Pictures look perfect with action games and sound isn't a problem to worry about either.