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Venturer KLV3915 15.4-Inch Undercabinet Kitchen LCD TV/DVD Combo
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- 15.4-inch undercabinet LCD TV/DVD combo (No AV No HDMI Input)
- Flip-up screen flips around and up to save space and protect the screen
- DVD player - compatible with DVDs, CDs and JPGs; Digital/analog ATSC/NTSC TV tuner
- AM/FM radio with digital tuning and station presets
- Includes magnetic remote control and under-cabinet mounting hardware
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Enjoy the companionship of the KLV3915 15.4-inch undercabinet TV/DVD combo as you work in the kitchen. The space-saving design features a flip-up screen that flips around and up safely tucking it away while it’s not in use. You’ll be able to enjoy your favorite TV shows via the ATSC/NTSC tuner, your favorite movies with the built-in DVD player, and your favorite turns with the AM/FM radio with digital tuning. Use the clock and timer functions to bake a cake or roast a turkey. Follow along with your favorite cooking shows to prepare new dishes to impress dinner guests. The KLV3915 includes a magnetic remote control so you can store it on your refrigerator for easy access.
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The LCD seems of good quality and with and HD picture source the screen is pretty good. The input is basically limited to coaxial cable and does not have an HDMI port. I don't think the screen is true HD resolution, but it is pretty close. Getting around in the features is not the easiest thing in the world but it's workable. If you are looking for your first feature being undercabinet and don't care much about the rest then you are good.
The biggest problem I have with it is that the TV plugs into a GFI circuit in the kitchen. Whenever the circuit should happen to trip, which it has twice in the past month...the unit completely forgets everything about itself. Not just the clock, but all the channel programming, settings everything. So I have to rescan for channels again, set the clock again, etc. This is very annoying even if it were to happen only once a year after a storm. However, you get what you get when there are limited choices in this type of product.
Buy this if you really need the unit to be undercabinet and have a DVD player built in. If you can just get away with a regular HDTV on the counter I would recommend it instead. Since this screen is so big, when its open it basically forces you to move everything under the unit that you might want to keep there to someplace else anyway. You really don't get to use the counter space there if you plan to use the TV every few days or so. Why not just give up the counter and have a TV that remembers its programming?
June 16th I reviewed this item under the title "The Jury Is Still Out" as follows:
To begin, let me say that Amazon has been exceptionally good about making good on the products they sell.
Roughly 3 days after we installed one of these, it developed a bad sound problem on an analog UHF channel. We contacted Venturer who told us it had to be returned for repair. Return shipping would be on us. So we contacted Amazon who immediately issued a return pre-paid shipping label and also placed an order for a replacement item. Within 4 hours from detecting the problem, the TV was in the hands of UPS. Four days later UPS delivered a new replacement. We could not have hoped for any better service from Amazon and greatly appreciate their policy.
The first TV would have probably been a 3-4 star item. It installed easily and worked fine out of the box but the picture was was unremarkable at best. Colors were not vivid and the overall image lacked sharpness and had a slightly cloudy-like appearance. Of course, it did not help that a Sony Bravia was visible in the background so we could not avoid comparing the images---but there was really no comparison.
The TV seemed built well enough and the front panel buttons were easy to use and clearly visible. Sound was adequate for a kitchen TV and we certainly had not expected any great sound system from it. All-in-all, the TV seemed adequate for it's intended application. But then, the sound on our one UHF analog channel began continually going from loud to soft which prompted our call to Venturer Support and return of the item. Sound on our analog VHF channel and all digital channels was fine-only the UHF went bad.
We installed the replacement TV immediately on receipt and were amazed to see a major improvement in the image. It is still lacking in comparison to our Sony but it is remarkably better than our original and is certainly a very acceptable picture. All right out of the box. The previous TV had been tweaked as much as possible for best picture but still fell short. New TV did not require any tweaking at all.
Despite being the same model, our new TV is about a year and a half newer than the original (from the manufacturing date) and seems to have newer software. It sets up slightly differently than the first and the setup screen is noticeably different.
If this replacement holds up it will be worth a 5-star rating, considering it's application. It gets a lot of use so we'll be monitoring it closely and if there are no more troubles will modify this review and give it the extra star. I hope it does because it is a nice TV.
One reviewer was disappointed that the screen could not be stored in the up position but that was not the case with either of our two. The screen will not go directly back up, but if it is rotated 180 degrees to the position it came in from the factory, it locks fully up very nicely, so perhaps that is an improvement.
I would conditionally recommend this TV to anyone having need of an under-cabinet model. If it holds up I will remove the "conditionally". I'm glad though that we bought the 3-year SquareTrade warranty, just in case. Of course, we often buy extended warranties these days because quality seems to be lacking from much we buy, unlike many years ago when products were manufactured in the US or Japan. Since then, quality seems to have gone out the window to minimize costs and maximize profits. Just my experience and opinion.
August 23rd under a new title and a 5-star rating: This replacement TV is definitely very good and I have no qualms about giving it a 5-star rating, for it's intended application. Although I received both TV's within roughly two weeks of each other, their manufacture dates are more than a year different. Apparently a lot improved in that span of time because the new set is very much better than the failed original. This newer set has given us absolutely no problems whatever and has an excellent image and good sound on all channels. Again, compared with the 22" Sony Bravia visible in another room behind this kitchen TV, this Venturer compares very favorably. Not the Sony but excellent image nonetheless. Image is bright and very sharp with vivid colors right out of the box with default settings. The first TV required serious tweaking yet never achieved a really good picture or color. This one is great. The sound is just fine, although not as loud as we might like on occasion, but certainly not enough so to downgrade the rating. All-in-all I have lots of praise and nothing to criticize about with this set. If it holds up it will have been a great purchase. Just in case though, I have the extended warranty. The competition in under-cabinet TV's is about non-existent so there are really no real choices. So it is extra rewarding that this set has proven to be so good. I would honestly recommend this item for anyone needing a good under-cabinet TV.
July 17, 2013: This TV continues to be excellent for our purpose as an under-cabinet kitchen TV. A few months ago we began having goofy problems with the sound and picture locking up occasionally. I contacted the manufacturers Support and received a prompt, courteous, and constructive reply by email. The first suggestion did not correct the problem so they next suggested a full reset. The procedure seemed a bit odd (leaving it unplugged for some extended period and then pressing the on-off switch rapidly several times) but I tried it, fully not expecting anything good. The problem immediately disappeared and many months later it remains problem-free with the same beautiful display. We live in the shadow of a very high-power broadcast radio station and it is entirely possible the RFI scrambled the computer brain of this TV. I remain very satisfied with this product and would suggest it for anyone needing a good-quality kitchen TV which does not take up any counter space.
Mounting wasn't all that difficult, other than having to empty the cabinets and run a new coax line. It did mount almost totally lush at the front of the cabinets, maybe a 1/16" past the front of the cabinet. Do not try to use a coax cable with a premade connector that includes a "boot"/ There is simply not enough room between the cable connection and the wall for a boot. Also, be careful to locate the cable so that it matches the recess in the TV chassis where the cable connection is. A tradition wall plate with and "F" connector won't work since there is not enough room for the cable from the plate to the TV. The solution is to use a plate with a hole and connect dirctly to the TV and push the excess cable back into the wall cavity. Failing to do that will prevent the unit from mounting tight against the watt. As an alternative, the cable can come down from the cabinet but then a 90 degree "F" connector will be required.
Keep in mind that the screen is relatively large and it takes room to swing down and pivot for viewing. That means a clean counter are underneath the TV for that purpose. The hinge and pivot do feel a little weak to me and the hinge could use a detent style lock to help keep the screen in the up position. In our case, the wall plate for the cable connection provides some additional friction to hold the screen fully folded and flat.
Overall, I'd recommend this TV to anyone that wants to be able to watch TV conveniently while in the kitchen.
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