The Olevia brand was owned by Syntax-Brillian. The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy yesterday and will shut down everything except its Vivitar digital camera brand, which it will sell. There are only eight employees left.
This TV is a compelling value. People used to compare it to a Sony etc and say it’s almost as good but half the price, so I’ll buy the Olevia. NOW the OLEVIA’s picture quality is BETTER than the big boys at a cheaper price. (See Wired’s review of the 47-inch.
Syntax-Brillian manufactured its Olevia devices in Taiwan, which also produces its circuit boards and plastics for the TVs. The assembled sets, ranging from 23″ to 42″ screens, are then boxed and shipped on container ships to the Port of Long Beach in Southern California.
After 30 seconds, toggle the main power switch up or to the on position. When the switch is flipped, the blue light above the power button on the front of the TV will illuminate, indicating the TV is on and ready to use.
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The market has become strikingly cutthroat in recent years, and one of the reasons is Syntax-Brillian, the plucky little company behind the Olevia brand, bringing household names such as B. continues to cause headaches like Sony and Sharp.
Olevia 32-inch 1080p Smart LED TV.
She has started her own law firm and each episode tells a different legal story. I’ve read that there won’t be another season of ‘Olivia’, but for a little escape to the beautiful French Riviera with beautiful actress Laëtitia Milot and no gory images, this was a gentle oasis. In French.
Unsourced materials may be disputed and removed. This is the following episode listing for Nick Jr.’s Olivia. The series ran for two seasons between 2009 and 2015.
Watch Olivia Season 1 | Prime Video.
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Based on numerous online reviews, the SILO brand has terrible quality control issues. My experience was the lesser of the possible evils, but there were still problems. Luckily for me, the TV worked when it arrived with no dead pixels or broken parts (which seems unusual).