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I picked this particular TV because it is 12 VDC capable plus it has an included DVD player. It is perfect to install in an RV. Picture quality is as expected. It is a nice unit overall. Of course, the sound quality is terrible but that is par for the course in these TVs. I added a Bluetooth transmitter and a quality Bluetooth speaker -- sound problem solved.
Disappointed that you have to be looking straight at the screen to NOT get a distorted or blurred picture. Using this in our travel trailer and had to buy tilting TV mount just to be able to see the screen unblurred. Screw holes in back of TV stripped out before I could even tighten the crews on 2:4 holes:( For the price I guess it's OK but I would not buy again. DVD player works great so far and simple to use.
My main complaint with this TV is the volume, or rather lack thereof. At 100, it is not very loud and the sound quality is rather poor. I have not yet tried the DVD player. To be fair, for the price it does what I need it to do.
Picture is good and the unit itself is priced good! But the sound will only work when plugged into 120v when it’s running off 12v the tv and DVD player works but there’s no sound! Other than that it’s a good product
The off-brand LED/DVD combo TV in my Mother-In-Law's (MIL) room recently bit the dust, so I needed to find a replacement. After doing some research, this TV, the Supersonic SC-2412 24-Inch 60Hz LED-Lit TV, seemed to be the best compromise between value and performance. There were TV’s more highly rated, but they cost about 1/3rd to ½ more than this unit. And the cheaper units were savaged in their reviews. So I purchased and installed this TV, and hoped for the best. Below are my impressions:
The good: - Easy to assemble and has a sufficient number of ports and some interesting features - The picture is great - Includes a full-featured remote (although the buttons and descriptions are small, which bothers the MIL)
The not-so good: - The picture is great *only* when you’re looking at the screen from a fairly direct (ie, head-on) angle - It does not include the ability to choose from several screen sizes (such as normal, zoom, automatic, etc.) It used to be that only the cheapest sets didn’t allow you to select a screen size. I was disappointed to see that this is not an option for this TV, and the MIL has complained about it. - DVD operations are slow
The bad: - I expect speakers on LED TVs to be fairly mediocre, but these are worse than average, both in their tinny sound and because the speakers just aren’t very loud, even when turned to maximum. This is another complaint from the MIL. - The product description says that the TV is noise reducing, which I take to mean that it levels out the sounds loud sounds either from sudden volume shifts during your show or for commercials. If true, it fails this test because the only time the TV comes close to being loud enough is when a commercial blares out of your speakers.
The neither good nor bad: - The set is so uncommon that I wasn’t able to get my Comcast cable remote to recognize it, so my Mother-in-Law has to use two remotes to operate the TV. That's not this TV's fault, but it is annoying.
Overall, this is an “ok” TV. It doesn’t have any fatal flaws (although poor sound and volume come close) or any outstanding features (the picture quality might qualify here if you weren’t forced into a somewhat direct viewing angle). I’ll be honest in that I was hoping for better, but it’s not a bad value for your money. But you may want to consider spending more for a better set, unless you want to listen to *your* MIL's complaints. Three stars.
i got this for a 12v TV for my class b van. one clear issue is it's volume. i have it set to MAX, just to be functional. and i am not hard of hearing. any background noise at all, and this TV won't be loud enough with it's own audio