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JVC SP55MC 55-Inch1080p 120Hz LED TV


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JVC SP55MC 55-Inch1080p 120Hz LED TV

55-Inch ELED 1080P 120Hz Ultra thin narrow bezel design. Edge LED backlit. Full HD 1080p. 120Hz CrystalMotion. CrystalColor Enhancement. 20M:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio. XinemaSound 3D acoustic and post processing technologies. Support Dolby Digital Decode. USB picture viewer. Ambient light sensor. Local Dimming. Internet Connected Experience (I.C.E.)with preloaded and downloadable ICEapps. WiFi 802.11n built-in. USB ports support pictures, music and video playback. QWERTY keypad remote.

JVC SP55MC 55-Inch1080p 120Hz LED TV

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  • Wi-Fi 802.11n Built in

 

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  1. Casch "Chris" says:
    80 of 82 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Beautiful Picture (after a little work), September 9, 2013
    By 
    Casch “Chris” (Northern California) –

    This review is from: JVC SP55MC 55-Inch1080p 120Hz LED TV (Electronics)

    I’ve only had this TV for a few days but now is a good time (while still fresh in my mind) to write a review regarding the great things and things that frustrated me in setting this TV up as well assessing the quality of the finished setup. I was replacing a plasma array that was using so much power that it was adding about 20 or so a month to my power bill. This is an energy star set so the savings should be dramatic.

    First impression was the size of the TV. With that thin bezel it took up not even an additional inch from my previous plasma 50″. So, even with the extra 5″ of screen size the foot print is identical (actually 1″ wider but identical height). It also comes with a qwerty keyboard on the back of the remote… a nice feature but it is an infrared remote so you need to have line of sight for it to work.

    Unboxing was easy and setup was straight forward and no surprises. If you have everything in place all you have to do is plug in the HDMI cables and other connections and turn it on. It did not come with its own set of cables so make sure you have them before setting up. Inputs and outputs are adequate with 3 HDMI, composite, antenna, Ethernet, and component as well as USB host. I’ve seen more but I don’t even use all of these.

    OK, now I turn it on. Setup wizard walks you through the steps of configuring the television. Very easy, quick and intuitive. Love the WI-FI and it configured in seconds. Within 5 minutes I was up and viewing my satellite programing. Disappointing! I was used to my plasma with the beautiful blacks and rich colors. This was WAY sharper looking but looked washed out. So I went to the menu and decided to adjust the picture settings. Lots of settings and intuitive so that wasn’t the problem but it either was too dim OR looked washed out. For a set that boasted 2 million to 1 contrast ratio this was a bust and a deal breaker. I looked on JVC’s online site and came across a little blurb about local dimming and how that allowed the set to actually achieve the stated contrast ratio (I thought that local dimming was the feature to dim the set in low light conditions… NOT). On further investigation on other sites revealed what it does. A simple definition is…. there’s an array of LED lights behind the liquid crystal pixels, and local dimming is when sections of the LED array are turned off or dimmed to help produce the deep blacks. Suffice to say I turned this feature on and voila! I had blacks. I don’t know why it didn’t come with that GREAT feature enabled but mine didn’t. NOW, I am REALLY happy with the picture. Yes colors aren’t quite as bold as the plasma but the picture is MUCH sharper. Blacks too aren’t quite as good either when the scene is very bright. This is a very bright picture and stands up well to a brightly lit room. I watched a football game last night and motion was good so 120Hz seems fast enough for sport viewing.

    The sound quality is stunning for in cabinet speakers on such a thin set. I won’t say it matches a sound bar in quality but it is useable and I don’t turn on my theater sound except when watching movies. It has contoured sound so that when volumes are low it boosts the bass adding to the perceived quality. The thirty watt speakers are plenty loud. When 3d sound is enabled it boosts the voice frequencies so that dialog is easily understandable. I did find it a little shrill for me though when volumes were high. It also has sound leveling so that commercials don’t blast you out of your chair when you turn the volume up to watch your programming. Worked well but could hear some compression artifacts while this is on. It sounded like a soft knee compressor (those of you with sound experience will understand) and did allow some loud content through (actually this is better as it sounds more natural).

    The set also has built in WI-FI (remember) and apps that allow you to use Netflix and Vudu as well as connect up with a media server. I was under the impression that you could get additional apps from the internet. Nope. That is all it has. It does say that when updates are available they will add more like YouTube and the like. I couldn’t find a way to force an update though so it must decide to do it on its own.

    So in conclusion I’m happy. Are there better sets out there? Not at this price. Is it perfect NO (but what is).

    Pros: Large good picture, great sound, nice very thin cabinet, WI-Fi and plenty of inputs for me. Digital optical out for connecting to external sound system.

    Cons: Could be a larger manual that explains things better. User upgradeable apps were missing. Website was minimal at best for information.

    9-19-2013 update: Set works fine. After some additional fine tuning the picture is getting more to my liking.

    I measured the power draw under actual use and was amazed at how little it uses. With a VERY bright picture it draws from 72-…

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  2. C says:
    16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Decent Budget TV, December 29, 2013
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    C

    This review is from: JVC SP55MC 55-Inch1080p 120Hz LED TV (Electronics)
    I bought this TV for my elderly parents at Costco as a replacement for their 7-year-old 42″ 720p plasma. Setup was straightforward and intuitive and connection to the wi-fi router was quick. The sound quality, as others have mentioned, is good, but I had to tweak the settings to make it sound natural and not distorted. Although this TV claims it is a “Smart TV”, it isn’t really, because the only apps available are Netflix, Pandora, and Vudu Movies. There is no way to update the software to allow for the addition of apps. But I knew that before buying the TV.

    For me, the biggest shortcoming of the TV is the narrow viewing angles. Move more than 20-30 degrees of off center viewing and the colors wash out and light leakage becomes distracting, especially during dark scenes. Viewing directly however, the picture and color quality is good, and motion seems to be fairly smooth and crisp.

    In summary, this is a decent budget TV. I paid $679.99 (on sale at Costco), which I think is a very reasonable price. With the new ultra high definition 4K TVs on the horizon, I didn’t want to shell out $2000 for a 55″ Samsung that would simply be obsolete in 2 years. In my opinion, $799 is a little high and there are likely better bang-for-the-buck options than this model at your local Wal-Mart or Best Buy.

    This TV is actually designed and manufactured by AmTRAN Technology Co.,Ltd, the Taiwanese electronics company that also makes many Vizio-branded TVs.

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  3. Wish '73 says:
    20 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    JVC Impresses!, September 17, 2013
    By 
    Wish ’73 (VA) –

    This review is from: JVC SP55MC 55-Inch1080p 120Hz LED TV (Electronics)
    Purchased this set 9/16/2013 at COSTCO. Originally $799, on sale for $679 (thru 9/29 & supplies last). There were just three boxes left after we loaded ours – other racks for tvs fairly full, which tells me others willing to make this choice. Honestly, would have preferred a Samsung, but $1697 (top of the line) vs $679 – well, if you want to spend that much don’t bother reading further.

    I had seen this set last week and compared picture with those around it. Others were not as bright (less expensive Samsung, Vizio – BTW, I am NOT reviewing this for pay; nor do I work for JVC, COSTCO, or in any related retail field. Checked it out again with my wife and her eye for detail. We turned the 7000 series Samsung so we could view both sets “head-on” although from about 12 feet or so (distance of our couch from tv at home). No perceptible difference in picture quality between the $679 JVC and the $1679 Samsung, in our opinion.

    I was able to handle the tv loading into our SUV and carrying it into the house. Basic instructions on the top of the box for removing the contents – straight forward. Some assembly required – 4 screws to attach stand to tv, 3 screws to attach stand to base (all seven included); JVS even includes a nice Phillips-head screw driver for this task! Unplugged our 6-yr old plasma (an Insignia that has been a great tv – just has some burn-in, lower-middle section of the screen, about 7% of total screen area). Easy hook up to blu-ray player and cable dvr.

    Set-up was simple with minimal need to reference the “Quick Start Guide”; all very intuitive. In our case, the “Local Dimming” was already “On” (Press “Menu” on the remote, icons appear upper left to bottom left, press “Picture” then “Advanced Picture” to see the “Local Dimming” feature and others.)

    Explored different channels; watched “Star Trek: Into the Darkness” via “On Demand”; a dvd – opening scenes of “The Fellowship of the Ring”; Monday Night Football; and few minutes of “Through the Wormhole”. Blacks were very black, colors vibrant, sound was rich and full but had to adjust via manual settings to hear dialogue, which minimized the “Surround Sound” experience but enabled us to hear clearly.

    Unobtrusive appearance when off; thin profile and “picture frame” look (just need a nice photo/picture to display!).

    Have not accessed the online features yet, although Wi-Fi has been connected (easily) and is working.

    All-in-all, very satisfied. Sure, a Samsung would have been nice but would still advise comparing picture and features before paying the premium price.

    As for quality and dependability – we had a 35″ tube style JVC for years that served us well; as noted above, our Insignia (almost 6 years old) still working well, despite a little burn-in and has great picture. Unless one is a very discriminating videophile, this tv at this price (even $100 more) is a great choice.

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