Viore LED24VF60 24-Inch LED 1080p HDTV

  • 24 inch wide screen (measured diagonally) for a complete home theater experience
  • Super slim LED backlight TV, only 49mm thick
  • Energy Saving Eco TV with LED backlight. More natural colors and better picture quality than conventional LCD TVs with less power consumption
  • 1920 x 1080 native resolution for Full-HD (1080p) performance
  • Integrated ATSC TV tuner for HDTV broadcast reception
Product Description
The VIORE LED24VF60 is a 24-Inch 1080p (Full-HD) LED Television. The TV has 1920 x 1080 native resolution for Full-HD (1080p) performance and wide-screen (16:9 aspect ratio) for a complete home theater experience. The super high picture quality has been realized by VIORE engineering with high brightness for a vivid and brilliant picture and with high contrast for deeper blacks and brighter whites. The ATSC TV tuner is integrated for over-the-air HDTV broadcast recep… More >>

Price: $260.10

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5 Responses to “Viore LED24VF60 24-Inch LED 1080p HDTV”

  1. D. Corbett says:

    I was researching HD TV’s to get to play 360 on when my large TV was being used. Ordered this TV from Amazon (had shipping issues but not amazon’s fault so won’t get into that)

    Upon opening the package it looks real slick. It was a snap to get it installed into the base, placed into position and turned on. One thing I noticed right away is that the remote control for this TV works for both my Samsung 52″ and the Viore (and the samsun control works for the Viore too) After some googling it appears that Viore’s are manufactured using a lot of Samsung parts.

    The internal speakers didn’t seem very good but I will just be using headphones with this set (which sounds good).

    The 1080p looks awesome on 360 playing modern warfare 2. Everything is crisp and sharp.

    Overall I am impressed with this TV. It’s easy to move around, cheap, and great quality!

    If you’re looking for a cheap secondary TV for console gaming (360, etc) look no further!

    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. Adam Jensen says:

    I echo many of the other reviews I read before I decided to buy this TV. For the price it has all the features you want and a pretty good picture. The sound however is pretty bad. I got it for my office and it should work fine in there, but I caution you if you plan to watch in a bigger room. The speakers are actually on the back of the TV facing away from the picture. It seems like a weird place to put speakers, and it results in the sound coming to you bouced off a back wall presuming its on a stand. I have no idea how you could hear the TV if you wall mounted it or had it in an entertainment center nook or something. If you don’t care too much about sound then this is pretty good deal. If you want good sound, I would look somewhere else.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  3. Casey Mast says:

    After scouring [...] and [...] for the perfect TV, had the perfect option.

    Viore’s 24 inch, HDTV searching, backlit LED TV is lightweight -perfect for the mobile college student.

    After playing a few rounds of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, I noticed the TV kept up with the XBOX 360’s 1080P output. I believe the refresh rate is 60MHz, although this may be an option for Noise value. Regardless, the TV kept up with my XBOX. No noticable screen lag or ghosting.

    LED HDTV = LCD HDTV LED-Backlit. Don’t be confused over the packaging: LCD Backlit-LED is the same thing as an LED TV. ([...]).

    Only qualm: The HDTV roaming did not pick up signals my other HDTV’s have. I will configure more later to see if it’s a setting issue.

    Overall, the TV is outstanding. The VIORE feels solid. The colors are vivid. The TV is lightweight. For [...], I couldn’t find from any website an LED HDTV of this size. I’ve only had the TV for two days, but I am submitting a review to encourage any potential buyers to seal the deal.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. ET says:

    It is well known from other reviewers that the audio is not good but a couple PC speakers can resolve this issue. The reason the sound is poor is attributed to the fact that the TV is very thin and as a result you cannot insert speakers with better sound because they require more depth. For the same season the manufacturer could not fit inside the thin housing the power supply. As a solution the manufacturer provided an externalpower supply (separate “box” with cords)but as it turns out this is not bad – see PROS below.

    CONS: Vertical picture viewing angle is poor. If you are in bed and the TV is slightly above the straight horizontal line the picture becomes too dark.

    PROS: The power supply for this TV is external (110 VAC input, 12V DC output). The TV power supply rating (stamped on the TV) is 12V DC at 5A. This means that you can operate this TV in your car, RV, boat, etc. It can be an excellent emergency TV. For emergency TV you may want to consider the smaller (22-inch model, consumes a bit less power.)

    The remote control of this TV also operates my two big Samsung TVs and vice-versa. I would speculate that Viore is a low cost “daughter” company of Samsung.

    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. Tony says:

    I am an avid year home audio/theater enthusiast and own and have a lot of experience high end home theater gear.

    We have been looking for replacement TV for our bedroom for about 6 months – I have shopped all the stores and was not satisfied witht the poor picture quality of what they had to offer for smaller LCD TV’s. We really liked the larger LED TV’s but they were too big for our bedroom – then we accidentally found this TV on Amazon and decided to take a chance and I am glad we did.

    Great picture – I have it hooked up to a rooftop antenna and the HDTV tuner works great – no issues. Played a standard DVD and it looks good as well

    Sound is fine for a bedroom, just turn the surround option off and increase the bass level and souds fine, but I think if this TV was in a room larger than 12 X 15 you would need some other speakers.

    Should note if the TV is above eye level the angle of the TV screen is tilted upwards, which makes it difficult to see – but you can simply angle it down and problem solved

    In summary – I cannot find fault with this product, we are very satisfied and would highly recommend.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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