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Sceptre 46" Class (46.0" Diag.) 1080p 3D LED HDTV E465BV-FHDD

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  • 1920 x 1080 1080i/p, 720p, 480i/p
  • ATSC / NTSC / Clear QAM
  • 5 In HDMI 1 (D-sub) 1 In Component Video 1 Coaxial Out

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Sceptre E465BV-FHDD a 46" LED 1080P 3D HDTV, which comes with three stylish sleek polarized glasses and one clip-on. With these four wonderful polarized glasses, you can invite all your friends over to enjoy this new amazing 3D HDTV! This 3D HDTV lets you virtually watch images pop out right in front of you for the ultimate experience and added SRS TruSurround Sound HD to enhance the audio quality. The sleek and stylish 3D HDTV comes with 5 HDMI ports, did we mention, 5 that's enough for your to connect all your favorite devices at once, a USB port so you can view or listen to your favorite photos/ audios on your TV. Not only can this 3D TV be switched to 3D to 2D mode but it can also be switched as a computer monitor as well.

  • newegg Full HD 1080P Support With a maximum resolution of 1920x1080, the widescreen SCEPTRE E465BV-FHDD fully supports up to HDTV 1080p (1920x1080, progressive) for a truly high-definition experience.
  • newegg 5 HDMI Ports The Sceptre E465BV-FHDD features five HDMI inputs to connect to up to 5 HD-capable video devices or gaming consoles simultaneously, making the TV a multimedia centerpiece.
  • newegg Built-in ATSC/NTSC/QAM Tuner Armed with a built-in ATSC/NTSC/QAM tuner, the SCEPTRE E465BV-FHDD receives digital/analog over-the-air and cable programming without additional digital set-top equipment.
  • newegg 2D/3D TV interchangeable Enjoy immersive 3D with the 46” widescreen Sceptre E465BV-FHDD. Sceptre’s 2D-to-3D conversion feature can turn everything from cinema classics to sports to your TV favorites into larger-than-life 3D.
  • newegg Energy star certified The Sceptre E465BV-FHDD complies with Energy Star V5.3 for superior energy efficiency.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Jonathan W.
  • 11/28/2015 11:21:40 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome

Pros: Price, Picture, Size, no flicker in 3D, cheap light weight glasses (the ones at the movie theater work just fine)

Cons: interlacing 3D loses 1/2 the resolution

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  • Timothy S.
  • 12/9/2013 3:02:19 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsI'm with Everyone Else

Pros: The picture quality looks great even right out of the box. After some minor calibration, everything looks stunning on it. Test patterns reveal that it lacks the deepest blacks or the whitest whites, but what it does manage more than suffices at this price point. Don't be swayed away by the "low" specs; they're just honest specs, for once!

I wasn't really a fan of 3D and I wasn't expecting the 3D to be good (especially for 60hz) but it actually looks fantastic! Very little tweaking was needed to get it working. (I used a PS3 and played a couple 3D-enabled games and watched a 3DBD movie.) The included glasses are sturdy and don't feel cheap.

The interface is, for once in a TV, not awful and every option is easy to find. This TV'll do whatever you want it to with minor tweaking, and it doesn't suffer from forced overscan or awful default settings like a lot of showfloor-designed TVs. You can turn off every single one of those lag-inducing 'image enhancements'. You can even label all nine of the inputs with your own custom-typed names. I don't even use all of the numerous features offered by the menu, so there's probably a bunch that I can't even remember.

Speaking of inputs, this TV has a TON of inputs. It has nine video inputs: coax, composite, component, VGA, and FIVE HDMI ports. The custom input labeling really goes hand-in-hand with this if you've filled every slot with a device. It also has USB features, but I've never toyed with it so I can't comment on that. All the inputs are labeled with very colorful sticker strips with high-contrast text and icons. Very handy for fiddling in dim conditions.

The build quality is great. I'm not partial to glossy finishes since they're dust-and-fingerprint magnets, but it's super sturdy once affixed to its base and swivels effortlessly if you need to get behind it. I've never been afraid to handle it or push it around; it doesn't feel prone to breaking.

The remote isn't complicated and labels are concise. It doesn't feel cheap and even has a nice rubber edge in case it gets dropped. The remote definitely wasn't an afterthought and I'm glad to see a manufacturer actually put effort into this oft-forgotten element.

Cons: The biggest downside to this TV is the built-in audio quality. It has a really in-depth equalizer menu, but no amount of tweaking can save its below-average speakers. If you want to use this set for anything serious, an external sound system is a requirement. It has stereo RCA, 3.5mm, and SPDIF (RCA) for audio-out options. I haven't experienced any sound lag tying all inputs to just one audio-out port (though I have so far only used the analog audio-out; I can't vouch for digital at this time). I wasn't really expecting built-in audio from a mid-range TV to blow me away, but even my cheaper TVs can do better than this...

The only other gripes I can think of are minor. The composite and component inputs share a single audio-in which is situated with the composite video far off from the component inputs, so you'll need an extension cable if you want audio from your component cables. The stand doesn't wobble much, but the TV is very thin and very light so it leans slightly to the left if you have all the inputs filled. The inputs are all crammed along the left half of the TV's backside, so running lots of heavy cables out of them will lean the TV over to that side by just a bit.

Other Thoughts: Just like all the other reviews have said, this TV far outperforms the usual expectations for this price point and I totally agree with them.

Its numerous options and straight-forward specs won me over as a gamer. I bought this TV mainly to play video games on, being attracted to its no-frills 60hz (a lot of "120hz" TVs suffer from huge input lag which destroys certain game genres like rhythm and action) and huge set of inputs. It's nice not needing to invest in an expensive HDMI switchbox. The days of dealing with TVs that only have two or even just one HDMI input are over. I kinda wish it had at least two component inputs, but RCA switchboxes are far cheaper than [reliable] HDMI boxes.

Speaking of input lag, I haven't experienced any at all on this TV at 720p and 1080p. Most of my rhythm games calibrate close to 0ms offset. The TV lags a bit at resolutions below 720p, but this is to be expected of an HDTV since it has to take time to scale the SD image up (and this TV does have decent scaling). I've got a good old CRT to pick up the SDTV/classic gaming slack so I'm not bothered by it.

This is just such a great TV for its price. I had never heard of Sceptre before and the specs seemed lame compared to other TVs in the same price range, but at least for me, a heavy gamer, it does everything I hoped it would do and more. I highly recommend it.

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  • William K.
  • 5/22/2013 12:25:06 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat deal on a nice TV.

Pros: Easy to setup. Easy to use. Great Picture and a nice swivel stand. Even the remote is high quality.

Cons: None really.He is exactly what I expected it to be based on the other reviews. I am very satisfied with my purchase.

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  • Daniel A.
  • 4/16/2013 12:11:07 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBest deal on the market

Pros: Excellent picture quality. Deep blacks, great viewing angle. Video games, 3d TV, Blu-Ray all look incredible. Plenty of input slots.

Cons: Factory speakers are mediocre.

Other Thoughts: Bought this on sale about a month ago. Hooked it up to a PS3 and my HD box from Comcast not really expecting too much for the price. The picture is amazing! Set it to vivid picture right away, and it's beautiful. It really shines in 3D mode though. Watched The Hobbit 3D, BLOWN AWAY. Best deal on the market right now for an HD TV. Period.

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  • Roslyn W.
  • 3/30/2013 4:30:03 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGREAT VALUE & PRICE

Pros: Lots of Connection Ports the TV is practically a steal for $399.99 great pic sound is not great like with most flat panel TV, but I have a sound bar so not an issue for me 3d is amazing, and the remote is for Directv books says use Sony codes so not sure if this means it is a re-branded Sony, but I like TV and highly recommend this TV and truly wish I purchased 2.

Cons: None at this price

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  • Charles S.
  • 3/24/2013 8:18:39 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsVery Good TV

Pros: High quality TV; a lot of bang for your bucks. The outside of the set is very attractive. I have another 3D television that is 240 MHZ and the 3D effects on this set are as good (which is very good). Remote is uncluttered with many, easy-to-use, simple features.

You can't go wrong with this bargain.

Cons: None yet.

Other Thoughts: Buy it, you'll be happy as I am.

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/15/2013 11:28:33 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing TV !

Pros: Great price! Lowest price I've seen for an LED 3D TV!

Easy mounting to base stand. Very easy to set up and connect to Comcast cable box, XBOX 360, PC, and audio system.

Amazing 3D picture on true 3D content. It also has a 2D to 3D conversion which provides a nice 3D effect on 2D content.

Easy to use remote with convenient 3D effect buttons.

3 passive 3D glasses, plus 1 clip-on glasses. They do have a cheaper feel to them, but they're very light-weight and comfortable. I haven't priced replacements but they can't be much.

Cons: No optical audio output; only has RCA Coax for digital sound. Not really a con for me as I just use the TV's stereo headphone out, but those in need of digital output must have RCA capable audio equipment.

Other Thoughts: I did some research about this brand and found very favorable reviews wherever I looked. Look up the 42" version of this TV here on to find some of them.

The 2D to 3D conversion effect doesn't give much depth within the picture itself, but rather you see the entire picture either in front of, or behind, the TV's frame, depending on your 3D settings. So it's a pretty cool effect, just don't expect to see any increase in depth between the images onscreen.

The TV really shines on true 3D content. From my PC I can play back ripped Bluray .mkv files in HSBS (half side by side), or Top/Bottom formats, select the appropriate 3D mode on the TV and get AMAZING 3D quality!

Comcast offers quite a bit of 3D content using the Top/Bottom format, and again the picture is amazing.

I actually do not (yet) own a 3D Bluray player but I understand the picture quality should be better than the side by side or top/bottom formats because the Bluray displays two full resolution images combined by the TV to give you the best possible picture.

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  • Jonathan J.
  • 3/8/2013 7:06:18 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome TV, Awesome Price

Pros: An Absolute bargain for a 3D HDTV at this price: performs better than any of the other mid-level price point TV's I researched. I shopped 6 physical stores and couldn't find anything to compare with the Sceptre in price/feature. Took time to research reviews and ratings on line especially as I was unfamiliar with the brand, and found that it consistently receives good reviews and ratings from everywhere.
Picture quality, colors are awesome, as expected from an LED TV, set up is a breeze (took less than 15 minutes to hook up to my home theatre system- including dialing in personal preferences for sound and picture). Would definitely recommend this TV.
While some reviews have dinged the sound quality, it is definitely passable, and easily optimized - and the high dollar boxes get the same comments- ulimately you are going to want to run this through your A/V receiver or get a sound bar if you want the deep sound you hear when you are looking at them in the stores (take time to notice that they are almost always hooked up to a sound bar or home theatre running surround sound, you never hear just the TV itself...).

As far as picture quality: I was a little concerned that a 4000:1 contrast ratio would denote a less than optimum picture, until I did research and found 1: that is the limit of the eye to detect anyway, 2: ALL movies are produced below that range, and 3: this is an actual vs. Dynamic ratio that Sceptre uses (Dynamic are often highly over inflated numbers, and pointless, as your eyes cannot define those ranges anyway). Simply stated, you would be hard pressed to point out any improvement in picture quality between this, and the competitors that run double to triple the price.
When I started looking, I was stuck on a SmartTV, but, that functionality is very easily accomplished with a 3D Smart Blu-Ray player (which you'll want to get to optimize the 3D, although the TV's internal upscaling does a good job converting 2D-to-3D, it's not the same as native 3D resolution from the Blu-Ray player). Hooked this up to an LG BP620 Smart 3D Blu-Ray and it's mind blowing how spectacular the picture and sound is.

Cons: Have not found any yet: It performs as advertised.

Other Thoughts: Awesome HDTV, will definitely recommend to my friends and associates. Although not familiar with the brand name, research shows that it is, in fact, built by a large name brand - won't spoil that here- look it up! (In fact, when ever you look at off-brand TV's don't be surprised to find out that Sony, Hitachi, LG, and Samsung in the end manufacture most of them!)

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  • Matthew R.
  • 2/20/2013 10:44:27 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat for the Price

Pros: great looking TV, the 3D function is nifty and its 2D-3D conversion is interesting. it doesn't' always look that great but not the TV's fault. so far there hasn't been any issues with the two i got.

Cons: none

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  • Eric T.
  • 11/25/2012 1:29:48 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat TV...

Pros: Great picture when viewing 2D and 3D... For a TV with 60Hz refresh, the 3D is excellent...

As most 3D TV's, the Angle for watching the 3D part is straight on to 45 Degrees. So, a 90 Degree Viewing angle for 3D which isn't unreasonable ...

Cons: The specs for the LED state 172 Degrees of viewing angle. This is true, but at that angle, colors are a bit washed out. A 120 - 135 Degree Viewing angle is best for proper color.

Other Thoughts: a Great LED TV for the price and 3D Ready. The Clip-On Polarized 3D Glasses that come with the TV are the BEST. They should of gave 3 Clip-Ons and 1 normal instead of the other way around. But you only get 3 Normal 3D Glasses and 1 Clip-on. Recommend buying a few more Polarized Clip-ons when you can

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