32" Class 720p LED TV (31.5" diagonal)
- LED Backlighting
- High Definition Resolution
- ENERGY STAR® MOST EFFICIENT 2013 TELEVISION
- Picture Wizard II
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 90 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dave58 great quality Like the quality/price relationship. We use it outdoors and the picture is excellent. Keep up the good work. April 4, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by rt4deere Good quality & price I purchased this as a repalcement for another brand TV. Pros: The menu is easier and more friendly to use. Quality of the picture is better with the same resolution. Cons: None March 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by sxd9mmb Great TV for the price! I bought this TV for the basement to watch it during the workout. Initially I was upset that this TV does not have an audio output - usually LED TVs don't have good speakers - but this one is producing a pretty good sound. The picture is very good too. Simple remote control. Does what it supposed to. March 2, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by dentaldave Fine, inexpensive quality TV Used as a reception area TV so we're probably not too critical. Only issue is the wall mount on the back of the TV is recessed so my existing mount did not work. I had to buy a new mount (costing 25% as much as TV!). March 1, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by trw Solid TV Right from the start this TV was "Right On" as far as set up went. All the menus are intuitive. Great features like auto on and off. The sound for a 32 inch TV is very good. I'm very happy with this TV, and the purchase price was very fair compared to similar TV sets. My next TV's will be LG. February 28, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by TCinDC inexpensive option with great picture and color excellent low cost choice. good picture despite low pixels. cheaper then local sears too. February 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by JohnLeyva Great TV for the price I needed a low cost TV for a family member and this one was perfect. Looked good and worked great. February 14, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by northwestgal Great inexpensive larger TV (32") This is our first move to a LED TV and we like it. We started out with the 22", but found it was just too small, then the 32" came up on sale at only $50 more so we bought it. It is hard to evaluate the HD features of this TV as we do not have HD on our cable and have not watched any HD movies via our computer. There is an HDMI port to which I have hooked up my computer to watch a movie (non HD) and it worked great. For some reason our DVD player will not work with this TV, but it could be because it is so old. I find the picture a little dark at times and have switched preset types (usually on cinema and vivid, sometimes standard). I have not experimented with the color beyond that as it seems fairly complex. I really haven't noticed the visual blur you can get with a 60Hz LED TV (there was a fair amount of visual blur on the 22", also 60 Hz). I have watched the Super Bowl on it as well as the Winter Olympics. (I do not know if HD sports will have more blur as I haven't watched any HD sports so far.) So, if you are looking for a less expensive TV with a good to great picture quality, then this is the TV for you. Before I bought this TV I researched manufacturers and LG came up as one of the better ones in Consumer Reports. So far I have not been disappointed, but it has only been 3 weeks. There are the following connections available: component/composite, HDMI, USB, and cable/antenna (RF). There is no connection for external speakers or headphones. The reason I rated the features at 3 is because there is no connector for headphones/external speakers (when it was advertised as having them) and there is no direct internet connection, you have to access through your PC. February 9, 2014
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