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Seiki SE19HE01 19-Inch 720p 60Hz LED TV (2013 Model)

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  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Backlight: LED (Edge-Lit)
  • Smart Functionality: No
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 17.42'' x 11.12" x 2.10'', TV with stand: 17.42'' x 12.97'' x 5.11''
  • Inputs: 1 HDMI, 1 USB, 1 VGA
  • Accessories Included: Remote w/ batteries
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Technical Details

Size: 19-Inch | Style: TV
  • Brand Name: Seiki
  • Model Number: SE19HE01
  • Display Technology: LED
  • Display Size: 19 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
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Product Description

Size: 19-Inch | Style: TV

Seiki 19-Inch Class 720p 60Hz LED HDTV

Product Information

Size:19-Inch  |  Style:TV

Technical Details

Brand Name Seiki
Item Weight 5.7 pounds
Product Dimensions 17.4 x 6 x 12.9 inches
Item model number SE19HE01
Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
Color Name Black
Specification Met Energy Star

Technical Specification

Warranty [pdf ]

Additional Information

Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars 1,348 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #5,663 in Home Theater (See top 100)
#116 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > Televisions > LED & LCD TVs
Shipping Weight 7.3 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available May 19, 2014

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From the Manufacturer

Retro DVD Combo Series H Series F Series G Series 4K Ultra HD Series
Available Screen Sizes 22 inches 24 inches, 32 inches 19 inches, 20 inches, 24 inches, 26 inches, 28 inches, 32 inches, 39 inches 22 inches, 24 inches, 40 inches, 48 inches, 50 inches 55 inches, 60 inches, 65 inches 39 inches, 50 inches, 55 inches, 65 inches
Backlight Technology LED LED LED LED LED LED
Resolution 1080p 720p 720p 1080p 1080p 2160p (4K Ultra HD)
Refresh Rate (Native, Effective) 60Hz 60Hz 60Hz 60Hz 120Hz 30Hz, 60Hz
Smart No No No No No No

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Customer Reviews

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Style Name: TVSize: 32-Inch
Where to begin...where to begin? Well, I won't bore the readers with a story; but here's a little background info about this TV.

This Black Friday, I had a choice between standing in line at Walmart and waiting for a 98 dollar Funai or being smarter and getting a 98 dollar Seiki TV on Amazon. The reason why I went with Seiki is because I have yet to run across a review for a Funai TV; and secondly, I've actually seen the Funai in action via a family member that got one. While the Funai wasn't bad, it certainly lacked some of the connections and presented a less crisp image. Anyway, onto the review-

TV build/Accessories-

This Seiki 32 inch TV comes with a remote, 2 batteries, a stand that you'll have to screw on with a Phillips head screwdriver (which is standard), an instruction manual and a one or two page colored diagram that shows all the TV's features and connections. It could've come with an HDMI cable, but being that I own about 5 of them, it's no big deal. However, in the accessories department, an HDMI cable included would be the only thing that's missing to make the deal a little sweeter.
The TV's build is a bit on the light side. In fact, the TV is extremely light and can be picked up by anyone.
The stand is just alright; but I'll get into that part later.

Score- 9/10


This TV's connections includes 3 HDMI ports, a USB port, a Component port, VGA port, Composite/AV port, 3.5 mm audio cable (this can be used for headphones/earphones/speakers/and supporting soundbars), A Coaxial cable In port (also for soundbars) and finally, an RF cable out which would be used for antennae support.
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Style Name: TVSize: 20-Inch Verified Purchase
Pros: Aesthetics, Picture, Input options, Price, Low power consumption
Cons: Poor single speaker, cheap remote control. Marginal base.
Conclusion: We would buy this product again, we would recommend this product to a friend or family member at the right price.

Appearance/Application: Looks great in our kitchen (see uploaded images), you really could not ask for more on how it looks, for a cheap TV its fantastic. Paired this with a older Roku from the bedroom and we were up and running wireless in no time. All our home media streams to it along with Netflix etc. so we dont have to have a cable box or DVR in the kitchen. Compact package. Added a 5 year squaretrade warranty for this TV. $62 + taxes is a solid deal.

Picture: 720p, Good contrast. Vibrant color. Good brightness. Light bleed from top and bottom evenly, appears to be edge lit screen. Other reviews bashing the viewing angle are being critical for this price point, we can see the screen fine from a wide angle. Picture was better than expected. Quick cycle of the picture options on the dedicated remote button yields improved picture over power saving default.

Sound: The speaker does face out the bottom and its not a good experience. Cycling sound preset options on dedicated remote button yields instant improvements. Its better sound than my Toshiba 24" LED. Sound was about what I expected out of a cheap 20" TV. The headphone jack volume is controlled with the remote control (for those that want to add external speakers yet retain volume control via remote) We are adding some $30 Logitech Z200 Multimedia Speakers 2.0 speakers to this TV. (4.5 Stars)

Connectivity: 1 HDMI / 1 Composite / VGA with 3.
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Style Name: TVSize: 32-Inch
Got this TV on thanksgiving night for $98 to use in an extra room. First one I received had a bad pixel but Amazon sent a new one to me really quick - be sure to check for stuck / dead pixels on your unit after initial setup.

Once I received the 2nd unit, I hung it on the wall rather easily as the TV is so light. Then I hooked it up to the cable coax, I was off and running. The picture was not so great and I wasn't getting high def channels. After a bit of googling, I found that the tuner necessary to get high def channels without a cable box comes disabled on this TV. After enabling the tuner it makes a giant difference. The TV goes from kind of washed out to looking great. (see below for directions)

As far as the hardware goes, the tv is light, has a small bezel and is pretty good. The remote is kind of weak and feels flimsy but it does the job.

How to enable QAM using the remote:

1. Press Menu button
2. Press 0 four times
3. Select "Others"
4. Select "Other settings"
5. Select "Cable QAM"
6. Enable QAM
7. Press Exit button
8. Press Menu
9. Select Channels
10. Rescan channels
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Style Name: TVSize: 20-Inch
Ordered a Seiki product and after 9 months, the audio/visual ports stopped working. We contacted the company and after talking to a tech support rep, we instructed to ship it back to them (at our own expense) and they would ship us a new one because our malfunctioning unit was still under their "great" 1 year warranty.

We shipped it to their location in Mississippi (at a personal cost of $120) We were initially instructed to email the tracking number to the rep we had originally spoken with to speed up the process of them shipping us the new one. We shipped out the originally TV on Nov. 20th. We never received any confirmation that they had received the number or later the product until we called 2 weeks later. After being on hold for 30+min on several occasions (most times we were sent to voice-mail) we were told everything was in line to ship and to expect our new TV within 7-14 business days. After two more weeks, we called back. still no TV. we were told that they no longer made our model and we would have to wait until a refurbished model was available. Already having waited a month for this replacement, we refused to accept this and finally got a supervisor to approve an upgrade to the next size up. We have since been waiting for the replacement, approaching two months now. Every time we have called, we are told its waiting to be shipped or they are backed up and it will take up to 5 weeks to ship or their warehouse is out of stock. Every time a new story. We are out several hundred dollars between the initial purchase of this TV along with shipping it back. I would NEVER recommend anyone purchase anything from Seiki, they are incompetence and disregard for their customers incarnate.
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