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oCOSMO CE4001/CE4001-A 40-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED TV

4.3 out of 5 stars 712 customer reviews
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  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Backlight: LED
  • Inputs: 3 HDMI, 1 MHL Port, 1 USB Port
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Ocosmo
  • Model Number: CE4001/CE4001-A
  • Display Technology: LED
  • Display Size: 39.5 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:09
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Product Description

Future proof your home entertainment now with the oCOSMO CE4001, a super slim designed 40" LED TV! Enter a world of HD picture quality that's crisp, clear, and with incredible detail. Dazzling viewers with rich vibrant colors, this TV supports the latest connectivity including one HDMI port with ROKUTM and MHLTM support! With the combination of friendly service and brilliant picture quality, this oCOSMO LED TV is the perfect addition to your home.

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Technical Details

Brand Name Ocosmo
Item Weight 19.3 pounds
Product Dimensions 36.7 x 8.7 x 23.8 inches
Item model number CE4001/CE4001-A
Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)
Color Name Glossy black
Specification Met Energy Star
Speaker Type Built-in

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ASIN B00AEP8TG8
Customer Reviews
4.3 out of 5 stars 712 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #33,857 in Home Theater (See top 100)
#398 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > Televisions > LED & LCD TVs
Shipping Weight 27.2 pounds
Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First Available January 1, 2013

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By M. Tremper on November 20, 2013
Verified Purchase
I just ordered this because of the obscenely low price ($278) compared to other TV's in this class. Like others I was very skeptical considering it was so cheap and from a brand I or anyone else had ever heard of. I considered if I didn't like it I can just return it, the price makes that risk worth it. The actual quality of TV blew me away. Before configuration the picture looks comparable to $800 screens of different brands. Blacks are black and colors are vivid. The system menu is very easy to use and attractive. The build quality is a little cheap but you get what you paid for. I've not noticed any dead pixels. Like other reviews have said the speakers are pretty crummy. I'd recommend getting a sound bar or a receiver to pipe audio out of instead. The reason it gets 3 stars instead of 5 is because it didn't come with a remote, joint to fasten the stand to the monitor, or any of the manuals or warranty information. The only things in the box were the monitor, stand, and power cable. I'm assuming this is an error on packaging's part and have written to customer support. Depending on how they get back to me may consider how I change my rating for better or worse. Till then I've got it built up on some books and controlling it with a universal remote after finding the manual on their website. I highly recommend this TV for someone looking for a basic LED HDTV without the smart tv bells and whistles and price. If future buyers also find parts missing out of the box you may want to steer clear unless you plan to wall mount it and use a different remote in which case you probably don't care.

TL;DR: It's a great TV worth more than what they're asking. Audio is nothing to get excited for so you may want a soundbar. I had an issue with not enough parts included but everything is fine now.
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This TV is pretty good for the price.

What this TV comes with:

1080p 60HZ TV Screen
Easy to put together stand
Instruction manual
Quick start guide
Remote control with batteries included (AAA)
Screw driver to attach the stand
Pinkish screen cleaning cloth

Connections This TV has:

1. Coaxial (Screw type connection)
2. Audio In (3.5mm jack used for when you want PC audio)
3. VGA Port (Connection used to connect a PC so the TV can be used as a PC Monitor)
4. Composite (Connection that uses Yellow cable for Video and Red and White cables for audio)
5. Component (Video connection that uses Red, Blue and Green cables)
6. 2 HDMI Ports
7. 1 HDMI/MHL/Roku Port (Standard HDMI port that also supports hooking up your cellphone and the TV will display what is on your phone as well as recharge your phone. Also supports the Roku Streaming stick.)
8. SPDIF (Used for sending out digital audio signals to digital surround receivers.
9. Analog Audio Out (Used for connecting to analog audio receivers)
10. Headphone (To attach headphones to the TV)
11. USB (Mostly useless.)
----USB Supports-
2 GB Fat32 and Fat16 flash drives
JPEG Pictures (Baseline only...progressive not supported)
MP3 Files (32-48k hz at 32-320Kbps)

Video and Audio Settings.

The TV includes just basic Video and Audio settings (with some advanced) that you find on most new TVs both cheap and expensive.

Video:
Various Video Modes
Brightness
Contrast
Color
Tint
Sharpness
Advanced:
Dynamic Contrast
Film Mode
Noise and Mpeg noise reduction

Plus a series of Aspect Ratio settings.
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I received my oCosmo 40" LED TV a couple of days ago. Hooked up the TV today. Outstanding picture! I did not expect this quality from a low cost TV. Sound is pretty good. When you set up the TV, go to "Audio" section and manually set the bass level to +8, and the treble to +3. This seems to be the best sound setting for this TV. Overall, I am very pleased with this TV. I would highly recommend this purchase!!!
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By Matt Kraus on December 5, 2013
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I work in pro AV and look at screens / displays for a living. Part of my work requires a large monitor, which was the purpose of this purchase - to be able to do a little work from home on weekends without a big price-tag or getting in the way of the family's screen.
My expectations were very low for this purchase, primarily because of the $249 price tag. That's disruptively low for a 40-inch 1080P product. Although I tend towards Sony and Samsung, I thought "hey, it's Amazon...if it's not worth the rock-bottom price, just return it."
At the moment this purchase is still pretty confusing. Yes, I realize LCD substrate doesn't come from very many places and that other than some of the internals, most LCDs have a lot in common screen-wise. But this device is over-the-top on features and is picture-wise several orders of light-year ahead of, for example, a Walmart Sanyo, anything made by Element, Westinghouse, pretty much anything by Vizio, and the rest of the low-cost alternative. It's Korean, which means (although difficult to verify) that the screen probably comes from the joint Samsung/Sony factory. The LED distribution is very, very even, without the splotching seen so often on low-cost displays. It has MHL, a very modern capability. I got a three-year warranty for $20. Even if it dies after three years and 1 day, that's like $8.50 / month for a what is a pretty good set. How are the manufacturers achieving this price? Perhaps sometimes "too good to be true" means I'll have to be wrong today. A+ purchase.
This is the best value monitor I have ever seen.
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