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TCL LE48FHDF3300ZTA 48-Inch 1080p 240Hz LED HDTV with 2-Year Limited Warranty (Black)

TCL LE48FHDF3300ZTA 48-Inch 1080p 240Hz LED HDTV with 2-Year Limited Warranty (Black)
TCL LE48FHDF3300ZTA 48-Inch 1080p 240Hz LED HDTV with 2-Year Limited Warranty (Black)


Product Added : March 15th, 2013
Category : LED TV

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TCL LE48FHDF3300ZTA 48-Inch 1080p 240Hz LED HDTV with 2-Year Limited Warranty (Black)


TCL LE48FHDF3300ZTA 48-Inch 1080p 240Hz LED HDTV with 2-Year Limited Warranty (Black)

TCL LE48FHDF3300ZTA 48-Inch 1080p 240 Hz LED HDTV with 2-Year Warranty. Enjoy a fantastic viewing experience with the TCL 48-Inch 1080p 240-Hz LED HDTV. This LED television offers ample HD connections as well as high-definition picture quality with incredible contrast and vibrancy. Incredibly stylish with its narrow bezel and glass base. Whether you’re relaxing with friends watching your favorite program, cheering on a favorite team, or sharing your latest vacation photos, you’ll love how this high-definition LED television brings your entertainment to life.

  • Large screen viewing experience with LED 1080p picture quality
  • Stylish with narrow bezel and glass base
  • Ample HD connections

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  1. 121 of 125 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Beautiful TV with high quality, October 18, 2012
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    I received my TV three days ago. After testing with different video sources, I have to say this is a great purchase!

    The TV has excellent picture quality, compares well with my 46 inch Sharp. The remote control is easy to use and one can easily adjust color, contrast, etc. I love the appearance of the TV with thin bezel and glass stand, which is stylish, concise but not too bold. It fits well with my classical furniture in the living room.

    It is not a smart TV, no wireless and internet connection. But this is not a big problem. Since one need to buy a blue-ray player anyways. A $100 blue-ray player usually comes with wireless and pre-configured video-sites and websites. I bought a Sony player and hooked up with this TV perfectly.

    Overall, I am very very happy with this TV.

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  2. 72 of 73 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Buy this TV, December 4, 2012
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    trem0r
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: TCL LE48FHDF3300ZTA 48-Inch 1080p 240Hz LED HDTV with 2-Year Limited Warranty (Black) (Electronics)

    My wife and I bought this TV over the Thanksgiving holiday, so we’ve had it set up for a couple of weeks now. Price at purchase was ~$450. This is my main living room TV and my goal was to find a product under $500 in the 42-46″ range. Never realized I could get such a nice display at 48″ for this price. Based on other reviews and research, I figured that the TV would be ‘good’. I had no idea that it would be GREAT. We took a shot in the dark on TCL, not having been able to see it in person before the purchase.. The free 2 year warranty sealed the deal.

    Aesthetics:
    Excellent! The bezel on this tv is ultra thin – much thinner than comparable models of the same size. When the TV is on, I hardly notice that there is even a frame around the screen. It’s a really nice touch, especially when you compare it to a Vizio with their gigantic angular bezel. It comes with a heavy glass base (which was unexpected) and makes the TV very sturdy standing. Even LG and other more popular brands in this price range have flimsy plastic stands. Nice touch, TCL. The remote that comes with it is average..nothing special, but not lacking.

    Settings/Options:
    This TV is not internet/app capable which is exactly what I wanted. I have it hooked up to a HTPC which does all of the streaming/recording that I need it to. Personally, I feel like internet capable TVs are overrated. Most of them are more pricey than they’re worth, especially if you can set up a nice HTPC to do those types of things for you. With that said, the picture options are basic (color, tint, brightness, contrast, backlight, sharpness, etc) but I found them to be more than adequate to get the look I wanted. I’m also impressed at how bright this TV can get – it can get much brighter than some of the other models that I compared it with, so bright I actually had to dim it considerably.

    Inputs:
    There aren’t a whole lot of inputs on this TV, but as an average TV user, I don’t really need them. If you’re going to hook up more than a couple of HDMI devices, I’d suggest getting an HDMI switch. For me, 2 is enough since everything is routed via the HTPC.

    Sound:
    Some of the other reviewers here have stated that the sound quality is less than expected, and I agree. I do not have my TV hooked up to any kind of sound system, surround or otherwise, and I found the sound to be slightly lacking. It has plenty of volume and I usually have it at around level 20 out of 100 in normal situations, but it does sound a little hollow and without much bass. There are various sound presets, and after some tweaking, I managed to find a sweet spot that is acceptable to me. After listening to it for 15 minutes or so, I got completely used to it. If you’re an audiophile, you might want to consider a sound bar or some alternative speaker set up.

    Video/Picture:
    I am extraordinarily impressed with the picture quality that is coming out of this $450 TV. I dare say that it rivals TVs in the ~$800 – $1k price range. My dad has a 46″ Samsung 1080p 120hz LCD, and my wife’s grandmother just bought a brand new LG 47″ 1080p 120hz. This display beats the LG hands down in terms of clarity, sharpness, motion blur, contrast, etc. I would say that this display is on par, and even slightly better than the Samsung in those same categories. Granted, my dad’s Samsung is a couple of years old, but I personally haven’t seen a better display under $1k until now (even in store).

    Black levels are excellent, whites are bright. Sports are crisp and without blur. My cable box allows me to switch between 720p and 1080i broadcasts, and I’ve experimented with both. Even though 1080i is a better resolution than 720p, the broadcast is interlaced (instead of progressive) and some TV’s have a problem deinterlacing a 1080i stream – not this display. Occasionally, there are some artifacts @ 1080i (not p) but unless you’re ‘really trying’ to scrutinize, it’s not worth mentioning. Of course, blu-ray is 1080p, not i. If you don’t know the difference between 1080i, 1080p, and 720p, I’d suggest reading up on those. Television broadcasts are NOT 1080p. I’m extremely impressed with the deinterlacing processor on this display, and have left my cable box setting @ 1080i simply for the higher resolution. It might be noteworthy to mention that if you have HD cable service, not all boxes default to 1080i. Mine, by default, transmitted 720p. Some of you might not even notice the difference.

    Other thoughts:
    - I did a lot of research before I bought this display. I read all the reviews here on Amazon, and other places. I also did some corporate research on TCL and found that they have a contract with Samsung, so I believe that the newer TCL models use Samsung screens. I am not 100% on this, but it makes a lot of sense now that I have the TV – Samsung makes great displays, and I honestly believe that this…

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  3. 83 of 89 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    No 3D, No Wifi, No Internet. Beautiful Image. Love it!, November 12, 2012
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    This review is from: TCL LE48FHDF3300ZTA 48-Inch 1080p 240Hz LED HDTV with 2-Year Limited Warranty (Black) (Electronics)

    I just got this TV today a couple of hours ago.

    First, the obvious. At this price, it is an amazing deal! I’m glad to have found a TV brand that decided to sell a TV with a great picture and very little else. I already have an HTPC with blu-ray, wifi SD car reader, etc, and with an HDMI connector. Why would I want to spend extra money on redundant gizmos on the TV itself?

    The TV has great aesthetics and looks very elegant with its thin bezel and glass base. It is no Sony or Samsung ultra thin but it is quite good-looking.

    Now to the picture and sound. The usual brightness, contrast, hue saturation adjustments are there but, very thoughtfully, somebody had presets built in such as natural, movies, and others. That’s very convenient. The same can be said about the sound settings with an equalizer and presets for movies, regular, music, etc. It’s nice to be able to set up the sound quickly if one is not watching a movie with the external sound system. I had no problems with the quality of the built in speakers.

    I hooked up my antenna (I don’t pay cable since I have my HTPC streaming lots of stuff) and the HD programming looked fantastic. I then watched a number of videos stored in my PC; 1920×1080, 1280×720, 720×576 640×480. Everything looked as good as the source allowed. The “creation of the world” segment from the “Tree of Life” was as spectacular as it was meant to be.

    I am very pleased with this TV. The quality is very good, period, but at this price it is remarkable.

    N.B.
    As to the packaging, it almost gave me a heart attack! The box is standard box for TV packaging. However when the box was moved before opening it, the sound of broken glass could be heard! Needless to say that was very disturbing. As it turned out, the sound was being made by screws and a metal plate packaged loosely inside a plastic bag. Instead of being tightly held by the styrofoam packaging as with other TVs that I’ve bought, this bag was just bouncing around in a space inside the box. Nothing was damaged but that noise was heart stopping.

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