After unpacking the unit is one impressed by the high quality, chic look of the almost frameless TV. The initial installation is - for lack of a printed manual - intuitive and easy to make. The establishment of a network was in my case, skipped as unnecessary (must be treated accordingly in other reviews). The channel scan - selecting digital or analogue, or both - takes about 10 minutes to complete. Here (all Sky channels with me, for example.) All channels are found and listed, which are present only optionally encrypted. For picture and sound several settings offered. In addition to image settings such as DYNAMIC or cinema and sound as rock or classical are also each individual adjustments that are stored accordingly, possible. Two glasses incl. Batteries are attached to the 3D experience that are pleasing easy to carry. The effect itself depends heavily on the material with which the Blu-ray player will be fed. AVATAR provides thereby naturally better than CLASH OF THE TITANS. aA comparable movie theater you should not expect, however.
Conclusion: + High-quality materials (attractive silver look). + Technically extensively equipped, most individual settings possible in simple menus. Initial installation a breeze. + Flawless motion playback. Knack sharp image even with analog leaked TV channels. + Amazing bodied sound (especially in the setting ROCK). + Valuable, tidy, pleasant to the touch remote control (is incl. Batteries supplied). + SCART connection possible using the included adapter (SCART to HDMI).
- Stand not rotate. - No Manual enclosed, only CD-Rom (however superfluous thanks to intuitive operation). - Black level has still room for improvement, but can be improved by manual adjustment. - Whining at a high level: remote is not illuminated.