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Customer Reviews of Coby LED3DTV4086 40" 3D 1080p LED-LCD TV w/ 2 Pairs of Active 3D Glasses
My wife and I were recently searching for a TV and our quest took us to several "box" stores and online. Well we finally settled on this specific one as the consensus was that this TV had the best overall picture, sound, and overall quality. We are extremely pleased with our purchase!!
Highly Underrated TV10/31/2012
I was not able to find a review for this tv anywhere. However, considering the price, I thought I would try it. I primarily purchased this for use on a PC. Was very difficult to get set up (initially the quality was terrible and I had thought I bought a piece of junk), but once I got it working properly and ditched NVIDIA 3DTV PLAY (worthless software) and used TriDef 3D, the quality was amazingly good. I'm not saying you should expect it to compete with high end TVs like Samsung, but the colors, especially, are very deep which has made gameplay much nicer. It looks like a different game when comparing it along side my old Westinghouse LED TV and my older LG LED TV. Using the 3D functionality was even better. I was quite surprised that the 3D was very clear and bright. It is a shame that active shutter 3D is being phased out, since, with the right setup, is far superior to passive (Active shutter provides full resolution, whereas passive runs at much lower resolution). There are some annoyances when running it on Windows Desktop (seems to be some refresh issues where little spots are blurred occasionally), however, I never see this in gaming, so I don't believe it is the TV itself, but rather something that the NVIDIA card is doing. All in all, though, I am thrilled with the value of this tv. For the cost, I couldn't have done better. Very sad that it seems no one has even given this tv a chance.