Advantages Affordable, easy to set up, picture/sound quality.
Disadvantages Some may prefer a 'big brand' TV.
For a recent birthday present I decided to ask for a new TV for my bedroom. I am a regular shopper in my local Morrisons supermarket, and with access to a 10% discount in the store I decided to take a look at their range of televisions during the weekly shop. In the past I have had just had the old TV from the living room when we replace it, but I decided I wanted something new of my own, and didn't want anything too large. I took a closer look at the Neon C2469F as it boasted a 24" screen and built-in DVD player. Although I were aware Morrisons stock mainly obscure brands of electrical equipment I were happy to trust the quality of this one as from the experience of a member of staff within the store they hadn't had many of them returned due to faults. Normally I would opt for a brand I could trust, but on this occassion I were satisfied that this one would be up to the job.
Although I am very good at setting things up in our house, whether it be flat-pack furniture, an alarm clock or a new games console I am always the first person that my family turn to. However, I were still surprised at just how simple setting the Neon 2469F was, and even though technology is apparently getting more complicated I still find 'auto set-up' more and more popular among modern technology.Once I had positioned my TV in the desired location I were ready to plug it in. Immediately I noticed how sleek the design is, with a clean finish to the glossy black border around the screen itself, and a perforated strip along the bottom of the screen which is where the speaker is located. The Neon branding is simple and also features just below the screen, and overall I am already pleased with my purchase. The base of the TV is sturdy and is also in jet black. I have never had any issues with the rigidity of this, and am pleased with the build quality both in the appearance and feel.
The supplied power cable is simply slotted into the 'AC Power In' slot to the rear of the TV, and you are ready to go. Upon turning the TV on you are met with an 'auto setup' screen, and by following the extremely simple instructions you can soon be watching your favourite channels. The supplied instruction manual gives an explanation of all the controls for the remote control, though for now you need to just understand where the 'OK' and directional buttons are.
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