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Curtis 42-Inch 1080p 60Hz 3D LCD HDTV, Includes 3 x 3D Glasses

Curtis 42-Inch 1080p 60Hz 3D LCD HDTV, Includes 3 x 3D Glasses
Curtis 42-Inch 1080p 60Hz 3D LCD HDTV, Includes 3 x 3D Glasses


Product Added : April 3rd, 2013
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Curtis 42-Inch 1080p 60Hz 3D LCD HDTV, Includes 3 x 3D Glasses


Curtis 42-Inch 1080p 60Hz 3D LCD HDTV, Includes 3 x 3D Glasses

Bring that intense 3D movie experience home with this 42″ 3D TV. You’ll enjoy the same crystal-clear, flicker-free 3D you get in the theater, with similar lightweight glasses that are comfortable and included (3 sets) with the TV, so you can launch your Theater 3D experience right out of the box. 2D content is stunning as well. 1080p Full HD resolution renders every image with amazing clarity and super-sharp viewing for fast-action sports and movies. There are 3 HDMI ports making it easy and accessible to connect the TV to other devices. Enjoy the 3D TV experience at an affordable cost!

  • 42-Inch LCD 3D TV, 1080P
  • Includes, 3 x 3D Glasses,
  • Connections: HDMI x 3, VGA, YPbPr, AV Audio/Video, PC Audio & RF Coaxial Out
  • Multi Language On-Screen Display, Sleep Timer Function, Bass, Treble, Balance Controls
  • Wall-Mount Ready, Limited warranty 1 year parts and labor

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  1. 24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    1st Review of Curtis LCD4299A – Great Bargin in a 3D HDTV, January 13, 2012
    By 
    Deano
    This review is from: Curtis 42-Inch 1080p 60Hz 3D LCD HDTV, Includes 3 x 3D Glasses (Electronics)

    Can’t touch 42 inch 1080p 3D at this price! Found it on new years for $450. But with no reviews that were out there on it, it’s a risk to buy sight unseen. But not really once you have. I thought some of you might be out there looking for someone who had something, anything to say about this specific product.

    Curtis is a little known mfr, but their other sets get good reviews where it counts for 3D, in the display. (OBTW, they’re NOT the phoenix of Curtis Mathes, an exceptionally high quality mfr that went under in the eighties).

    You’ll want to read DisplayMate’s 3D shootout review on Passive 3D superiority to the earlier (and still market dominant) Active 3D.

    [...]

    Bought a refurbished Samsung BDC5500 3D player on the same order (yes, it is a pattern you’re seeing here). Hooked up both & was watching 3D blu-ray in under an hour last nite for only $530 combined.

    PROs: Price, bright clear display, price, 1080p 3D, price, 42in, price, 3D glasses same as Theaters (wink wink)

    CONs: So-So audio, Stand can’t pivot, cheap Remote (I know cheap), And no good BDC5500 remote code for Curtis TVs, “35″ gets ON-OFF control only. Lastly (from my brief experience) the enormous 16″ x 23.5″ bracket spacing rules out many adjustable wall mounts. I’ll have to fab my own.

    I’ve obviously only barely tapped into this TV’s feature set, but it did just fine scanning my broadcast TV channels (don’t need cable just to watch news), and the HDTV stations I flipped thru come in looking just fine. And yes, as you probably guessed I use bottom-feeder $15/mo DSL (at least I’m not dial-up) so I can’t tell you how it does on internet streaming.

    Other disclaimers – Never saw a Curtis TV before unboxing mine, so I can’t give you a fully informed account of side-by-side viewing competition on a retailer’s sales floor. But I’m a Samsung fanboy when it comes to displays (there, I said it) with 4 of their monitors (up to 27″) gracing various computers in my house. And nothing with this Curtis HDTV’s screen disappoints.

    Oh, ignore the occasional claim you may run across that 3D Blu-Ray players are either `Active’ or `Passive’ and must be matched to an HDTV of the same technology. That’s bunk. This Passive 3D HDTV works just fine with my Samsung player whose MFR is leading the Active 3D camp. Google it if you still feel hesitant.

    Now let’s be realistic on viewing expectations. Breathtaking movie theater 3D awesomeness you ain’t gonna get (at least if like me you sit close to the front). At this screen size it’s like viewing a 3D scene through a wide window. But it IS bright & clear 3D, has visual depth, and gives just that much more of an immersive experience over just your basic Blu-Ray.

    And did I mention price?!? For the cost of normal 1080p HiDef, you’re getting great 3D for free!

    UPDATE 2/14/12 – Good news. The Logitech Harmony 300i Universal Remote Control works with this TV. You can find a refurbished model for $17 bucks online. Since the programming codes for each individual device are downloaded from Logitech’s website, I’d wager any of their universal remote control models will do the trick. This overcomes the most major of my concerns. I did find a wall mount large enough to fit the super-wide bracket holes. It’s extra-heavy duty made for TVs up to 65″ and weighing 4 times as much, costing double what should otherwise be necessary for a 42″ TV. But I’ll never have to worry about an earthquake shaking it off it’s brackets.

    Paired with a better remote, I’ll up my rating for this TV to 4.5 stars.

    The built-in audio is still sub-par compared to the other strengths of this TV, but if you’re playing the audio through a decent sound system, there’s no reason not to have this TV as the centerpiece of a modest home theater system.

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  2. 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Does everything you could possibly expect for the price, February 1, 2012
    By 
    Auroran (Aurora, IL USA) –
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    This review is from: Curtis 42-Inch 1080p 60Hz 3D LCD HDTV, Includes 3 x 3D Glasses (Electronics)

    I bought this TV from Amazon, but with a price match to CompUSA. It arrived last week, and so far, it works perfectly–as well as I could possibly expect for the under-$500 price I paid.

    The passive 3D technology (using lightweight polarized glasses) is generally both impressive and unobtrusive.

    a) The one true 3D Blu-Ray movie I have watched so far is Disney’s Christmas Carol. 3D effects were impressive but not eye-popping. However, I think that was Disney’s deliberate intention–to avoid exaggerated 3D effects that might nauseate children and give adults headaches over an hour-and-a-half span.

    b) 3D (side-by-side) YouTube videos (streamed from the Internet to my Panasonic BDT215P Blu-Ray player) look good. The TV automatically recognizes side-by-side video and displays it in 3D.

    c) 3D photos and videos on my HTC Evo 3D phone play reasonably well, in 3D, on the TV via a simple MHL adapter. The quality is lower because the pixel resolution is that of the phone’s own screen (960×540) rather than the source (1920×1080 photo, 1280×720 video).

    d) 3D photos and videos from my Evo 3D play better when transferred to a USB stick and plugged into the Panasonic Blu-Ray player. The Panasonic sends side-by-side to the TV, which (again, very conveniently) automatically interprets it as 3D. The only glitch in this procedure is that 3D videos must be remuxed into the .mkv format by a tool such as mkvmerge (and with the obscure option Disable Header Compression enabled).

    e) The TV offers 2D-to-3D conversion for anything it displays, from DVDs to broadcast television. This added-3D effect is generally rather minor, but I will probably use it when I can.

    In buying this low-priced 3D TV, I consciously made a few tradeoffs:

    - I didn’t need LED backlighting. The primary advantage of LED backlighting is to make the TV lighter and thinner. This might have been nice, but I was not willing to pay considerably extra for it.

    - I didn’t need any Internet capability in the TV itself. My Panasonic BDT215P player has all the Internet capability I need right now; and as the technology progresses, I can eventually replace a small $130 player much more easily than a large $480 TV.

    - I didn’t need a name brand. I figure that passive 3D technology (for 42″ TVs) is probably manufactured in only a couple places on earth right now, so I suspect that my TV was built in the same place that produces Vizio or LG 3D TVs. Interestingly, RCA Televisions Canada sells this same LCD4299A as their own, although I could easily believe that Curtis simply bought the RCA name in Canada. (I don’t think there is a “real” RCA anymore, just a virtual brand.)

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  3. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    great tv!, February 2, 2012
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    This review is from: Curtis 42-Inch 1080p 60Hz 3D LCD HDTV, Includes 3 x 3D Glasses (Electronics)

    I purchased this tv to basically just see if it was even any good for the price..I have to say this tv wrks great ! The 3d movies look great the regular 2 d looks great and blue rays 3d or not also look great! I feel like i got such a bargain on this tv and is the best buy i have done in a long time!! Buy this set !! You will get the quality of a top shelf brand name for much cheaper!!! A must buy for anyone who wants 3d at a bargain price!

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