How do I set up a ps2 to a insignia 26" flat screen tv?
What's great about it: Simple hookup, sound and picture are very good,
wide picture is a must, and yes a good price and better protection
What's not so great: None
I have just bought this beautiful
Insignia TV set earlier this afternoon. My uncle bought it for me,
because my old Magnavox 19 inch television set is almost at its DOA. The old TV
didn't get the picture immediately once I turned that on--I only waited like
over three minutes or more for the picture to come back on.
But this Insignia TV is really good. 26 inches,
combined with a DVD Player, and it really has some cinematic quality. The hookup
was quite simple, but the hardest part of all was to autoscan once I turned it
on for the first time. But that was no longer a problem, because my landlord
showed me how to autoscan. Just simply press the menu button, and select the
autoscan. Once the autoscan is complete, the cable is like back on, and it looks
better than my old TV I had for almost 14 years.
I went to my local Best Buy in the mall, and one of the
clerks recommended it to me. Ironically, my uncle has the same exact one that I
have right now. It really fits in my living room on top of the TV Table. It's HD
all the way, and I love it. Despite the price, it's an awesome TV and excellent
quality to boot and it really delivered. Everything else was all set and it
didn't require any unnecessary reinstallations with my VCRs, Playstation 2,
cable converter, and of course, my other DVD Player. Great TV, for a not too bad of a price
and since it's flatscreen, I would probably have enough room to put my
Playstation 2 next to it, and like my new TV my
PS2 can probably fit there without much incident.
Nothing really bad. It seemed good enough for me and my
twin sister, and it seemed good enough for my uncle who bought it for himself
before he bought it for me. The price was too much for me--more if you can count
an extra $70 for the extended warranty plan. But other than that, it was worth
it. It was definitely worth it. SInce it's widescreen, I will want to keep it
widescreen all the way--unless I can zoom in for the most important parts,
especially if I can do it while playing a tape in my VCR (seperate from the TV).
If you want a good quatlity TV with superior cinematic quality, and you can get
closer views with everything you ever dreamed of getting for your house or
apartment, or wherever else you live, then The Insignia 26 inch HDTV set is for
Nov 27, 2012 |
Televison & Video