Sceptre Delivers 37" 1080p HDTV For $499.99

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News Posted: Thu, Dec 9 2010 3:27 PM
Sceptre may not have a prescence like Sony, Vizio or Samsung, but if you need a new HDTV for your bedroom or office, they definitely have an option to think about. The company has just revealed a new 37" 1080p HDTV, with a glossy black bezel, a rounded stand, silver trim and a 6.5ms response time.

Of course, the panel has a native 1080p resolution, and it can swivel up to 30 degrees. It has a unique Equalizer setting for users to adjust and control the tone/volume of the audio, as well as three HDMI ports, a 4000:1 contrast ratio, a built-in USB port, 10-watt x 2 speakers, a SPDIF digital audio output and 450 nits of brightness. It even has an ATSC/NTSC/Clear QAM tuner, and it's available for $499 at Sears, Target, Amazon, K-Mart and NewEgg.

Sceptre Unveils Its 37- inch 1080p LCD HDTV, Adding Stunning Brilliance to Any Décor and Elevating the Ordinary Entertainment Experience
Glossy black 1080p HDTV emits flawless images and vivid colors for an entertaining experience in any room of the house

City of Industry, Calif. - (Dec. 8, 2010) – Sceptre, superior manufacturers of world class LED and LCD HDTVs and flat panel monitors, has just announced the addition of its new wall mountable 37-inch LCD HDTV. This stylish black TV features a crystal clear 1080p resolution display, stunning imagery, a slim/lightweight design and sleek silver trim.  These compact units with a stunning black glossy finish make a great addition to any room of the home, whether that be the living room, bedroom, office, game room or basement.

This budget-friendly LCD HDTV boasts a quick 6.5 ms response time and an auto dynamic contrast enhancement that allows color to balance for a more vivid viewing experience and superior display. It’s even Energy Star 3.0 complied, which saves about 20% energy compared to other LCDs.

This 37-inch LCD HDTV swivels up to 30 degrees for a more versatile viewing experience.
It has a unique Equalizer setting for users to adjust and control the tone/volume of the audio, creating a more natural sound experience.

For expanded functionality and versatility, this unit features 3 HDMI ports, which allow users to connect various peripherals, including Blu-ray players, personal computers, AV receivers and video game consoles. Plus the VGA port makes transitioning from TV to PC monitor quick and easy.

37-INCH LCD - PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

    * Active screen size 37”
    * Aspect ratio 16:9 widescreen
    * 1080p HDTV
    * Sleek and slim design
    * Glossy black finish
    * Auto dynamic contrast enhancement
    * Typical 4,000:1
    * 3 HDMI ports
    * Resolution 1920 x 1080
    * Energy Star 3.0 complied
    * USB port supports JPEG/Audio
    * Headphone jack
    * 10 watts x 2 Stereo Speaker
    * SPDIF digital audio output
    * Brightness 450 cd/m2
    * ATSC/NTSC/Clear QAM
    * Swivel (up to 30 degrees)
    * Model number: X372BV-FHD

Available for just $499 MSRP, this 37-inch LCD HDTV can be purchased at Sears, Target, Amazon, K-Mart and NewEgg.
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Sceptre is no where near the best, but I used lots of their LCD monitors for years and their good for the price. Just don't use the internal speakers since they always suck.

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realneil replied on Fri, Dec 10 2010 11:53 AM

Found this for $438.00 online just now.

I used to use their LCD screens years ago too. They were selling for low prices at the Computer Fair in Pomona for years. If they broke within the first year, they would send you another one to replace it after you sent them the bad one.

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