Sceptre 24" Class FHD (1080P) LED TV (E246BV-F)
|MSRP : $149.99|
Sale : $89.99
|Sold & shipped by Walmart|
- Product Description
- Additional Information
Note: You must have a source of HD programming in order to take full advantage of the Sceptre 24" LED HDTV. Contact your local cable or satellite TV provider for details on how to upgrade.
- Screen Size (Diag.): 23.6"
- Backlight Type: LED
- Resolution: 1080p
- Effective Refresh Rate: 60Hz
- Smart Functionality: no
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 8,000:1
- Viewable Angle (H/V): 178 degrees/178 degrees
- Number of Colors: 16.7M
- OSD Language: English, Spanish, French
- Speakers/Power Output: 10W x 2 Surround Sound Mode
- Component/Composite Video: 1
- HDMI: 1
- VGA: 1
- Headphone: 1
- SPDIF Auto Output: 1
- USB 2.0: 1
- Remote Control
- Mount Pattern: 200mm x 100mm
- Screw Size: M4
- Screw Length: 5mm
- 1-year limited labor and parts
TV mount sold separately. See all TV mounts.
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Under $100 Suprise. So Much For So little.
First I was grateful for the Free 2 day shipping. I got it on a Saturday, unfortunately the Fed Ex guy dropped it at my door and did not, that I am aware of, knock on my door to let me know he did. I was sitting a few feet away I would have heard him knock. Someone could have stole it, big box sitting on your porch steps. I had the TV out of the box, set up and working in less than 5 minutes. Yep, pulled it out the box, laid it down flat to attach my cable line, attached the stand, (2 steps), unwrapped and plugged in the power cord, put batteries in remote, hit power button and walla. It worked. I then proceeded to customize my picture and sound settings. I like the cinema/surround sound speaker setting. Not a bad little TV for under $100 dollars. I would recommend.
Bigger is Not Always Better!
My second Sceptre, have a 40" already. This is just the right size for an end-of-bed-TV. Easy set up, all the inputs you need and works well. I attached a set of computer speakers via headphone jack to beef up the sound. Recommend!!
Just as described. Has a feature I missed. Some may like the audio help assisting in set up. Great picture on Frontier cable. Channels. Looks neat and Frontier cable remote recognizes tv features
Almost Free HD Digital TV
After sales tax, this $86 HDTV was only $98. I bought it as an experiment to use with a $17 window-mount flat antenna, the kind that are advertised all over the Internet. To my astonishment and delight, everything works great. Although the nearest city with an HDTV transmitting tower is over 40 miles from my house, the feather-weight ten-square-inch pancake-flat antenna that I stuck up (with the provided adhesive patch) on the inside of a bedroom window magically picks up eight (8) HDTV stations that look absolutely great on the 24-inch HDTV screen of this dirt-cheap TV set. So for a total of $115, I now have absolutely free HD television forever with no monthly bill. By the way, although the Walmart ad for this HDTV television set doesn't say so, and the box doesn't even say so, this product comes with a hand-held remote control unit, and batteries for that unit are included. Also the TV itself is feather-weight and pancake-thin. An adult could throw it across the room like a Frisbee.
Great television for the price!
Like most other reviews on this TV, the picture is excellent, but the sound quality leaves a lot to be desired. The sound is ok for a small to mid sized room, but a larger room will leave you disappointed. When I put on a cheap set of Dell speakers that I had sitting around forever, the sound quality really shot up. That tells me that the TV has a great audio potential, but the speakers they install internally sound cheap. Those internal speakers do not really do this TV justice. The picture looks excellent at 1080i and even at 720i. The channel scanner found 26 digital OTA channels using an old, cheap antenna. I was expecting no more than 10 channels found, but 26 was a real bonus. The sample pictures shows the quality of free OTA channels. And the TVs light weight makes it a snap to install on a wall mount. And, it includes a good quality screwdriver to use to mount on the included stand. Overall, this television is an excellent bargain and I would buy it again.