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I bought this tv on 18/12/09. I had just bought a PS3 and wanted a good tv to play games on. The tv is fantastic. It has a game mode that looks fantastic when the PS3 is connected through the HDMI slot. There are 3 HDMI slots which is ideal if you have a few different pieces of hardware that you want to connect. The picture quality is fantastic and watching blue ray discs is a great experience. It also has 9 choices of viewing aspect so you wont be short of choice no matter what you are watching.
The sound quality is very good (not quite excellent) although it can be a little bit on the low side when playing normal DVDs. However, its not really a major issue. If you like your surround sound you can always hook up a set of speakers. In short I think this TV is a great piece of kit. I'm very happy with my purchase. A high spec TV at a reasonable price. 9/10. 1 mark off for sound. Its also really easy to set up and use.
The innovation keeps coming with Regza XV Series Full HD Ready LCD television, blending superb picture and audio quality, and delivering it in slimmest, most stylish package to date. It has an on/off switch; sounds obvious but you can now choose to turn off your TV completely, rather than leave it on stand-by for software and channel updates.
The 1920x1080p Full HD Ready panel is driven by acclaimed Active Vision LCD picture processing technology and creates high definition images, full of vibrant colors, rendering scenes with an almost three dimensional depth of field. Exact Scan, pixel-for-pixel image mapping ensures you see all of the pictures, all of the time, without cropping the image. Extraordinary dynamic contrast ratios combine with Luma sens technology to automatically create perfect image contrast in any room lighting.
Stunning audio performance is guaranteed with SRS WOW technology delivering and expanded audio image. With a dedicated game mode; three HDMI connections; a component video input; REGZA Link CEC functionality and a built-in digital tuner, the XV series really is hard to beat.