Upstar P40EA8 40-Inch 1080p LED TV (2014 Model)
( stars, based on 764 reviews)
Give your home the high-definition touch with the Upstar 40" Class 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV . This HDTV is ideal for movie nights as it produces stunning images with its 1920 x 1080 resolution. It features 5,000:1 contrast ratio and fast response time, delivering blur-free images with enhanced quality and sharpness. You can also use its VGA and three HDMI ports to connect to your HD devices with ease for a full spectrum of superior entertainment.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #32263 in Home Theater
- Size: 40-Inch
- Brand: Upstar
- Model: P40EA8
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 23.03" h x 35.80" w x 35.94" l, 19.14 pounds
- Native resolution: 1920 x 1080
- Display size: 39.5
- Refresh Rate: 60Hz (Native)
- Backlight: LED (Direct-lit)
- Smart Functionality: No
- Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 35.7" x 21.4" x 2.7", TV with stand: 35.7" x 23" x 8.5"
- Inputs: 3 HDMI, 1 USB, 1 VGA, 1 Audio
- Accessories Included: Remote w/ batteries
Most helpful customer reviews
219 of 231 people found the following review helpful.
Great TV for the Price BUT 1 Issue...
Okay first things first sounds garbage, luckily I have a PC stereo system I connected through the Headphone jack.
Anyway great TV for the price.. the TV is great looking, clear, and quality is about the same as my 200$ PC HP 1080p Monitor...
BUT... Only after some changes...
When connecting my PS4 through HDMI I realized the TV looked TERRIBLE, it was all weird looking, not clear, like the sharpness was at 100000% lol. BUT I FIXED IT!!!
If you bought this TV for gaming or are using a HDMI cable and the picture looks like crap, try going into the TV settings, then Video, then Advanced Settings, then HDMI Mode...
Change it to GRAPHIC...
Also known as Gaming Mode on a lot of tv's..
Shows how the game was supposed to look without extra TV processing.
You will notice a huge differance in clarity and this will cut down on lag from controller use to TV response.
Basically by changing the HDMI mode to graphic, the HDMI output (be it gaming console, pc, or cable) bypasses "extra" processing features of the TV that
make the game and TV broadcasts look crappy and also causes lag. By bypassing those features you will get a much clearer picture.
Although you will lose the ability to adjust Sharpness and Color, you can still adjust the Brightness and Contrast of the TV to your preferance
which isnt a big deal because the Sharpness and Color options on this TV is what causes the crappy look lol. But after I fixed that, I was satisfied :)
Still 4 stars because of all that lol.
148 of 156 people found the following review helpful.
Love love love it!
This tv is awesome & so is its price! I kept readin reviews that the sound wasn't loud enough, but I think that the sound is awesome! I normally keep it at 25 and find that it is a bit too loud! Also the screen is sleek and crystal clear. I'm used to 1080p tvs and can't notice a difference! I was able to set it up on my own, no man needed.
33 of 35 people found the following review helpful.
Not a bad TV, especially for the price
By Aviation Guy
Not a bad TV, especially for the price... Picture looks pretty good, and it has all the features of any standard HDTV. Just as an FYI to anyone purchasing this TV in 2017, Upstar is now out of business and has filed for bankruptcy in the United States, so therefore, any warranty claims won't be valid. You still have Amazon's return policy of course.
Due to the warranty being invalid, I'd recommend buying a used one through Warehouse deals if there's one still available. Great price, and on ours, the only problem was a small tear in the top of the box. Everything inside was brand new and still in the original packaging.