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Syntax Olevia LT37HVS 37-Inch HD-Ready Flat-Panel LCD TV

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  • 1200:1 dynamic contrast ratio
  • HDTV ready; 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i
  • 20W x 2 Speakers
  • Split screen/PIP and single TV tuner
  • 1366 x 768 pixel resolution
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Technical Details
Brand NameSyntax
Item Weight75 pounds
Product Dimensions45.6 x 26.3 x 11.7 inches
Item model numberLT37HVS
  
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Additional Information
ASINB000B6JJNC
Shipping Weight97.9 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 28, 2005
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Syntax
  • Model: LT37HVS
  • Display Technology: LCD
  • Display Size: 37 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
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Product Description

The Olevia LT37HVS LCD TV comes with 2 TV tuners. One is the NTSC tuner you've been accustomed to. The other is ATSC tuner. ATSC lets you receive HDTV broadcast TV from the airwaves (optional HDTY antenna required). Or you can choose optional HDTV from Cable or Satellite carriers, if you wish. This fast, bright, 37" 16:9 Widescreen is perfect for TV, DVD, Photo, and Videogames. With a VGA port included, you can uses the LT37HVS as a PC computer monitor - view the Internet or run a program while watching TV. You certainly can. This TV has split-screen and PIP display. Built-in speakers deliver 20 watts per channel sound for stereo and virtual-surround. Add an optional home-theater system for full 5.1 channel sound (or greater) - just like the movies. With Syntax iDEA, integrated circuits analyze color and presents it at optimal, realistic levels that are sharp and beautiful. Integrated Super-IPS (super in-plane switching) technology is a collaborative technology between LG. Philips LCD, Philips Consumer Electronics, Hitachi and Zenith. Super-IPS (Super In-Plane Switching) assures extremely natural, wide viewing angles to comfortably view TV. High Brightness 800 cd/m2 8ms Response Time - Fast response for rapid, fluid movement. Excellent for use with high-performance videogames PIP & Picture Grid Views Digital YC 3D Comb Filter HDTV, Progressive Scan Inputs 178 / 178 Degree Wide Viewing Angles VGA Inputs for use as a PC monitor - VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, WXGA 20W + 20W Virtual-Surround Speakers Ports - Component HDTV / Composite Video Input RCA x 2 / S-Video Input 4-pin DIN x 3 / Audio Input RCA L/R x 8 / HDMI-Input HDMI-I x 1 / VGA Input D-Sub 15 x 1 / RS232 Service Includes Table Stand / May be wall mounted with an optional wall adapter - Compatible with VESA 100 x 200, WM-15D / WM-20D Dimensions 45.6 (W) x 26.3 (H) x 11.7 (D) with Stand; 45.6 (W) x 24.2 (H) x 5.9 (D) without Stand /

Customer Reviews

I'm sure I'm not the only person to complain to them, so hopefully things will improve.
Bjorn
It is bright, has great connection features and the picture when hooked up to a hdtv source (be it DirecTV or DVD) looks fantastic.
Jamkou
The HD picture is crisp and clear and the colors are bright and very vivid, the sound is very good also.
M. Phillips

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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Jamkou on November 7, 2005
I researched alot of LCD TV's before making my choice. This Olevia TV is a great deal. It is bright, has great connection features and the picture when hooked up to a hdtv source (be it DirecTV or DVD) looks fantastic. When you put it side by side to any Sony or Sharp for that size, it is very hard to justify paying an extra $1000 to get those. This TV is pretty awesome. The response time is perfect at 8 ms, so while watching football or hockey there are no motion artifacts. The only slight drawback is its remote is rather clunky, but not bad and not enough that it would lower my score. We use our satellite remote anyway and it is hooked up to a suround sound system even though the speakers that come with it sound great as well. Good job Syntax! I recommend this LCD TV. Perfect size as well.
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62 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Christopher J. Hans on October 19, 2005
This is the first LCD tv that I've owned but based on what I've seen of others in the big box stores, this one stands up against units that cost more than double what this does. I've had it running now for over a week and it works as advertised - and that's what i'm looking for in any product. I haven't found any feature or function that is not what they claim it to be. Yes some of the common brand names have a more slick case and nicer remote but none of them had anything compelling enough for me to spend upwards of $3000.00. Overall this Olevia tv is a quantum leap for me personally as I was using a 9 year old RCA 36 inch monster that had seen it's better days. The big guys better watch out - if Syntax keeps delivering better product at half the price of the competition, they could really grab some market share. Bottom line - if you want to get into a high def LCD tv thats of a reasonable size but can't drop 3 grand - give this one a try.
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Bjorn on March 7, 2006
Since my original review, I have revised my opinion of this set. I now give it four stars out of five, but it's the support that gets only two stars out of five.

I'm a pretty fair guy, and I always try to post something positive about things when I can. I never appreciate when others have nothing good to say about something, and can only harp about how bad something is.

Out of the box, the TV's screen flickered on and off, with a buzzing sound that was annoying.

The specs sounded good, the reviews said "good value, great TV", but I didn't realize I would be spinning the roulette wheel on this. But in spite of spending the extra cash for the extended warranty, it took forever to get a replacement. It is advertised as "in-home repair", but what that means is you have to first find a way to actually reach their support teams, which is pretty much impossible, unless they FEEL like calling you back.

They offer a telephone number to call, but when you do, you have to navigate through their seemingly easy voicemail system, only to be number whatever in line, and do you wish to hold ... if so press "1" ... no answer ... still wish to hold press "1" ... no answer ... sorry nobody is answering, so you'll have to go back to the main menu, lose your place in line (seriously ... I'm not kidding here), and start all over. It's THE WORST SUPPORT LINE EVER! I spent an hour trying to get through sometimes getting to be next in line, holding, holding, holding, only to get kicked out to the main menu DESPITE ASKING TO HOLD, where I had to start all over, only to find myself SEVENTH IN LINE.

I can't say enough about how bad the support communication is.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Yi Feng on December 16, 2005
I have owned this TV for 2 weeks. Overall I like it.

1. It is a HDTV. Amazon says HD-Ready which is not accurate. It has a build-in ASTC which works fine with a HD atenna I loaned from someone.

2. I still subscribed from Comcast a HDTV box. Using its component outputs, 11 HD channels look awesome. The bad thing is once you get used to these 11 channels, those old analog ones become horrible to view. Comcast NTSC tunner seems worse than this TV's own NTSC tunner. When I hook the cabel directly to the TV's atenna-in, the pictures indeed look better than those from the camcast box. However, Camcast encrypted all HD channels to force you use their box.

3. I then bought a Philips 5900/37 DVIX/DVD player with HDMI output. The player is capable to do 720p and 1080i up-conversion. Suprisingly, the upconversion looks great. I can see no blocks. I threw in two HD-DVIX movies. They play back on the TV with fantastic pictures. I love HDMI. Once cable for both crystal clear video and audio.

4. The only drawback is its VGA input. I do think it is bit too fuzzy for a computer monitor. And it doesn't sync very well with 1280x1024@60. I tried a computer game "Call of Duty". It looks good but not great. They should've provided both DVI and HDMI.

Overall, I think the TV serves the mission really well. I highly recommend it.

I bought it directly from Target. $1415 including Tax. and shipping. No complains for the price.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J. Yu on December 9, 2005
I had been watching on this TV for a while before i made a decision two weeks ago. The picture quality of this TV is so great that I cannot see any difference between this TV and other brands such as Panasonic and Samsung. However, my TV has a buzz problem with the left speaker. When no sound presents in the TV, this buzz can be heard even 2 yards away. I called their technical support, they told me it is normal. I cannot agree with them on this point. Their technical support is too weak or not as helpful as expected. This issue looks like some leakage problem with certain electricity capacities. Hopefully, it is an individual case. Other than this, this TV is great.
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