Originally Posted by dzt41j
I keep noticing people talking about returning TV's, especially through Amazon. One guy tried like 10 TV's! Another one ordered two TV's and was going to send back the 'loser' (maybe send himself back - lol). Many posters talk about sending sets back instead of trying service calls.
Don't people realize this is going to end up costing us all money, and if Amazon smartens up perhaps even make them think about getting rid of their excellent return policy?
It just seems like people should have some ethics and deal honestly with these vendors.
This is AVS. People tend to be stuck on cloud 9 when it comes to real problems with a set. Countless times have I seen people state they have a problem with a set "when running slides."
Things like this need to just stop. Will it ever? Sadly no. 90% of these "issues/problems" with a set is something only someone at AVS would see or call an issue.
If you don't see it during ACTUAL content. It IS NOT a problem. It's YOU not learning to just plug your tv in and get right to enjoying your favorite movie.
Then you have the fan boys. People stating things about sets they have never owned or bashing a set simply because it wasn't a Panasonic. Most common fan boy tv issue today? Plasma vs LCD. It won't ever end. It should not be like that. Sadly. It is. So take anything stated with a grain of salt.
But that's just human nature I guess. There's always a fight for something. Who has the best OS. Phone. Gaming console. Etc....
Anyone shopping for a tv should never come here 1st. You'll be over thinking your recent buy within 10 mins. Most likely end up being a part of the "returned it from having uneven slides."
Buy a tv. Enjoy it. If something is legitimately wrong. Then return it. But please. Don't go looking for an issue. Nothing is perfect. Don't expect it to be.