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Polaroid 15.4" LCD Television - TLA-01511C


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Product Details

  • ASIN: B000PLZINI
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #174,272 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 30, 2007

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Polaroid 15.4" LCD Television - TLA-01511C

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Sound but no picture.
Zachary P. Hubbard
I have made repeated calls to the repair shop to see if they have been able to get the necessary part.
M. Horneck
This is a problem with many LCD TV's and monitors with built-in speakers, so watch out in general.
Steve K.

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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Edward I. Wallick on May 16, 2007
I live in near LAX in an area that has terrible TV reception. About 10 years ago, I installed a roof top antenna, but still not great. The Polaroid with its digital tuner does the job. I get HDTV on over 40 stations in perfect clarity using just an amplified indoor antenna. I paid 200.00 for it. When you consider the cost of an ATSC tuner and a 15 inch monitor, this thing is an absolute steal. Buy it. It is the cheapest way to get into HDTV that I have seen!
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By ~ g ~ on December 19, 2007
Greetings!
I purchased this TV to replace our old (9+ years) 'ICEBOX' (brand name)10 inch TV with built in DVD player that included a bunch of other really neat features. Nothing was wrong with the unit - we just felt it was time to try a HDTV with a rectangular screen.
This new Polaroid TV was placed on the top of a new HD, very small DVD player. They both sit together in exactly the same place as the old TV. With great expectation and excitement, we snuggled up comfortably in our RV's double bed to enjoy our new, updated movie experience.
I am sad to report that it was a great disappointment. The predominant problem is that even though the TV sits upon a low shelf at the foot of the bed, it is quite difficult for both my husband and myself to see the picture from what I guess is known as 'the proper viewing angle'. That said, if I stand across the room, or, even look down the hall at the screen - the picture is great!
Unfortunately, it seems as though this unit would be much better suited for, say, a kitchen, or any room that one was either standing or moving around. The viewing angle is much less important (meaning one gets a nice picture) when one's head is above, or at the same level as the TV.
Snuggled in bed does not lend itself to a good viewing angle :-(
The other disappointment was the sound. After reading all that I could in the manual to make sure the mistake was not either in the connections, or a setting on the silly remote (the remote is also poorly designed - not a big deal - but was enough to irritate everyone who used it!), we had to admit that the old "IceBox", 9+ year TV had far superior sound!
Long story short (too late for that now, eh?
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By ROGERTOPSHELF on December 13, 2008
I did considerable research before purchasing this model as a replacement for a small 12" analog model that we had on the kitchen counter. Both online and in-store comparisons led me to choose this Polaroid for its simplicity, picture quality, and price. It was a perfect replacement, and even upgrade, in preparation for the pending technology obsolescence mandate.

I found the picture quality to be better than similar small-screen LCD digital TV's that I compared in stores. The contrast and color is eye-popping when viewed straight-on. However, after receiving and installing the unit, I found that its display has a dramatic vertical viewing angle sensitivity, getting very dark below horizontal and washing out above horizontal. The side-to-side response is not as dramatic. This was not a problem for us, as it got wall-mounted on a fully extendable arm to free up kitchen counter space and allow it to be pushed out of the way when not in use.

The sound is not remarkable, but adequate for the small in-case stereo speakers in the open-air grill area along the bottom of the unit. I would not have expected home theatre sound in a 15" TV. The unit has a fully capable ATSC tuner for receiving off-air digital broadcasts as well as cable/satelite. It can also tune the standard broadcast channels (until February '09). Overall, we are very pleased with the unit and it serves our intended purpose extremely well.
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14 of 19 people found the following review helpful By M. Horneck on July 8, 2007
The Polaroid TV model I purchased was the FLM-323B, but I am warning all potential purchasers of Polaroid televisions that they might want to consider another brand. The TV is fine--great picure--until it dies. Our television died--no power, no anything--exactly one year and two days after we purchased it for over $1,000, including the warranty. Since we were good consumers and bought the warranty, we thought it would be no problem. We would have our TV fixed or replaced in no time, right? WRONG. We are going on SEVEN weeks since the repair shop picked up the television. According to the repair shop, there are really only two major parts that go wrong on the television: the screen and a main circuit board of some sort. The board is the part that died.

I have called Polaroid repeatedly, each time getting some new story about when the part will be available and about how they are working to resolve the issue. I have made repeated calls to the repair shop to see if they have been able to get the necessary part. Polaroid told me the part would be ready on 24 June (a Sunday) and they would use expedited shipping. I checked--again--on the part on 25 June and got nowhere with Polaroid. The repair shop, however, was able to do a little research. They told me that the part in question had been on back order since MARCH and that the date Polaroid expected to receive the part had been changed from 24 June to 13 July. The repair shop made clear that they did not think Polaroid would have the part by the July date either. Another call to Polaroid and another lie about how someone would be calling me from the service department.

Indeed, I have been assured during at least four separate phone calls to Polaroid that I would be contacted by people from their service department.
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