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Have to say that's one of the ugliest TVs I've seen of late. The bezel is just way too thick, especially at the bottom of the screen - just makes it look cheap and that large button/light in the centre doesn't help. And what's with the 'scarlet' back, given that in most cases it'll be completely hidden?
@ needlegun: I find it quite attractive and a bit of a relief from the ultra-minimalist approach of thin bezels and pure black facia. I don't think it is as timeless as say, a KURO, but it is definitely 'of the time' and would look especially nifty in a guest room or for a teenager's XBOX 360. 5 years ago it would have been seen as an incredibly progressive design. Although 5 years from now I have no doubt it would be regarded as kitsch.
It's actually a very striking design, I've had a look at this in a local store and it is a very nice design with the strange hole through the bezel and the bright red back, maybe not to everyone's taste but personally I quite like it.
I think this is the first TV I've seen where the back is nicer to look at than the front (at least while it's off). I haven't seen it in person though so it's hard to be sure. It's certainly interesting, I'll give it that.
When i first saw it, I wasn't too sure about the design, but we chose it because the pic quality looked very good and the price very reasonable for a 37 inch full hd. Once home and installed it actually looks really impressive. SD picture quality is very good and HD is quite amazing. Sound quality isn't brilliant but very few flat screens are but its ok for general viewing, for movies a theatre system is a must. Only negative comment is no headphone socket or any other audio out other than optical.
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