A majority of reviews on Emerson TVs tend to be negative, but there are mixed and positive reviews as well. Reviewers on Consumer Affairs complain about a faulty power supply, short warranties and board problems, while there are positive reviews for its price, design and sound settings.
As of 2015, the reviews for Emerson TVs on Consumer Affairs are mostly negative. One reviewer complained of lack of power after installation, blown fuse and faulty drive transformers. Although the TV has different power outlets, most of them are faulty. Reviewers complain that the 90-day warranty period is too short to cover future defects. One reviewer was displeased with the option to buy an extended warranty after the normal warranty.
Several reviewers complained of board problems that are expensive to repair. One reviewer mentioned faulty transformers and faulty plugs that require upgrades. Many reviewers complained of dropping pictures during scene changes requiring one to turn the TV off and on. Some users mentioned screeching noises and faulty sound settings. One reviewer complained about disabled remote controls and loss of video signal.
Several positive reviewers mentioned that Emerson TVs are affordable. One reviewer mentioned that it was easy to set channels during installation. Some reviewers were pleased with the sound settings that are easy to adjust and customize. There are few positive reviews for the three-year service plan for future warranties. One reviewer praised the design and the simple remote control with few buttons.