Review Of The ORION 46 Class LED-LCD HDTV
ORION HDTV Is A Great Buy.
I was at Walmart shopping for a new TV and was surprised to see that they had an ORION HDTV. To be exact the ORION 46" Class LED-LCD HDTV. I was interested right away, as I had owned an ORION some years ago, before they came out with flat screen TV's. I owned it for quite a few years, before giving it away, while still in good working order.
Anyway I had intended to buy a vizio or Samsung TV, that is until I saw the ORION HDTV, which is 46 inches, verses the Vizio which was 42 inches, and the Samsung which was 40 inches. Plus the ORION was on sale, cheaper than both of the other two TV's. So knowing ORION was a good brand I went ahead and bought it. I was definitely not disappointed. I have owned the ORION 46" Class LED-LCD HDTV for a little over three weeks now, and just love this TV. The picture is so clear and crisp, the colors are so vibrant, and you can really tell, as I watch a lot of cooking shows, and just looking at the food makes me just want to sit down and eat it.
So I got the TV home, and out of the box, and attached the base, which is only 5 screws ,and a phillip screwdriver. I plugged the cord into the back of the TV, and hooked up the cable, and put the batteries in the remote control. I turned the TV on and began the setup process., which was very easy, and I followed the instructions in the booklet which comes with the TV. You should always read the instructions first, so you know what you are doing.
About The ORION HDTV:
*** Intergrated Digital Tuner ( ATSC, Clear QAM )
*** Mercury Free
*** USB Playback ( JPEG/ Motion JPEG )
*** 3D comb filter
*** HDMI/ Component/ PC Input
*** Headphone/ Digital audio output ( coaxial )
*** Convenience functions
*** Channel setup
*** Labeling channels
*** Setting the Lock
*** Closed caption
*** CC options
*** Aspect Ratio
*** Media playback
A lot more features, that I have not listed, but good deal for the $$'s!
Now we have the TV already, and we turn it on. The first thing that comes on the screen is the "Setup Wizard" menu, and this will assist you with the air/ cable hookup setting, and will automatically program the channels for you. The booklet will tell you everything you need to do all this. It is simple as that. I really don't want to bore you with everything that can be done on the Orion HDTV. Nobody ever remembers all that stuff anyway.
If you need more information on the company. They are located in Olney, Illinois, and you can visit the website at www.sansuiproducts.com They are also available for additional help and customer service.
So all in all, I just have to say once again, how very happy I am with my Orion HDTV, and I still have yet to explore all the features that this TV has to offer, but I am looking forward to finding out. But until then, I will so enjoy watching my Orion!! One word of advice however, try to always read reviews or go with what you know when picking out any product, even reliable word of mouth is a good thing. This is what I go by. Well see ya all, till my next product review, so stay tuned.
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