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Slow changing channels

Why does it take approx 4 - 5 seconds to change channels? I use the remote that came with the tv but to go from one channel to another is too slow.

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Same with our Insignia (19" LCD). Takes forever to change channels, and sluggish as heck in general. The viewing angle is poor, and the screen is not adjustable... We have a paperback book under the back part of it's flat base, so we can actually see the picture, without distortion and the shiny, aka "off the optimal viewing angle" silvery look. The picture (when watching it straight-on) and sound is fine, but the slow/sluggish performance, the tiny info and memo text, etc. makes it pain to use. Yes, It was "only" $100 + tax, but it should have a better, more acceptable performance and feature set.

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