Product Type: Hitachi 3D LCD TV
Newest Review: ... was one of the cheaper options at the time. We had never owned anything made by Hitachi but I've been really impressed by this product. It... more
Superb job Hitachi!
Member Name: Lollipop_94
Advantages: Picture Quality, features, everything really!
Disadvantages: Obviously in hindsight we would have got a bigger version
We bought this LCD 32" TV for £400; with it's appealing black and shiny style.
Opening the box, it comes with: a remote control; 2 AAA batteries; an instruction book; a quick guide; a cable holder; and a matching stand.
It comes with built in digital TV, and has full HD 1080- you can tell.
Despite it not being the most recent TV (buying it in 2009) it has definitely been the most reliable!
Furthermore, comparing it to our more recent purchase of a 50" plasma, it by far outshines it! The picture quality is just outstanding; we didn't have to change the colour, the brightness or any other options in order for it to suit us- it was great already!
This TV did sit in our living room, yet since getting our LG plasma (which i have already reviewed) this Hitachi has now been moved to our kitchen- yet to be honest, we would prefer it to be the other way round, yet with the size of rooms and where we watch the most TV, it seems more appropriate to have the LG in our living room.
Despite this being a rather short review (lacking on the technical knowledge due to having this TV for a while and losing the information booklets) I can't see us getting rid of this TV any time soon, we have had no technical problems with it what so ever, it is the perfect TV by far!
Summary: Definitely recommend- great picture, great everything!
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