Summary: My wife and I were in need of a slim TV for the bedroom of our new apartment. We just didn't have the space for the chunky late 90's projection TV that we used to use. We opted for this TV mainly because it was small enough to not hurt our eyes in a small room, and the price was good.
Summary: I purchased this tv on March 1, 2013. The tv works great but the print on the instructions is so small we had to use a magnifying glass to read some of it. Also, there are no instructions for customizing your tv settings.
Summary: Remeber when HDTV were thousands upon thousands of dollars. Well those days are gone as this technology becomes the norm in the common household. I purchased the Toshiba confidently due to my past experiences with their products and with the sale price of 219.00 I could not pass up the offer.
Summary: This Toshiba model is a "5 Star Value" but I'm giving it a 4 star rating because it isn't the very best of the best 32-inch HDTV's out there, but good enough for my needs. Honestly for the money you can not beat this model.
Summary: Ok, I got this on an awesome sale ($200, free shipping, and only $20 for extra year of warranty), so I shouldn't say anything bad, but: audio cracks on some channels. I found an audio firmware update on toshiba.com for this specific model, along with decent instructions on how to freshly format a...
Pros: Picture is great on HD channels; sound is great mostly; size is perfect for bedroom; love all the ports on back;
Cons: Audio crackles on channels with poor reception (antennae), cannot connect wirelessly.
Summary: I've had this TV for about 6 weeks so far, and I am very satisfied with this purchase, especially for the price (I got it for $229, its price as of writing is $249). The picture quality seems great, and the speakers are decent as well; no distorted sound at normal volume, though I can't say I'm as...
Summary: I am in college now(as a freshman) so i had to buy a new tv, which is a must-have for any dorm room. For $220 and free shipping, the TV got to my dorm the same day i arrived, and it was not damaged in anyway, (it was fulfillment by Amazon).
Makes A Great Monitor For PC and You Have TV To Boot
WILLIAM J., Newegg
15 August 2012
Summary: So everone knows just for information. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a compact audio/video interface for transferring uncompressed digital audio/video data from a HDMI-compliant device ("the source") to a compatible digital audio device, computer monitor, video projector, and...
Pros: The picture is great and you can hook any of the latest and greatest toys up to it even older ones with an adapter which takes your device and returns the output to USB or HDMI. I connected my computer which supports HDMI straight to it and I hooked it up to my Bose sound system no problem and th...
Cons: The only negative things I can think of is the refresh rate could be better, it could have a few more HDMI and USB ports but for the money you cannot complain really.
Summary: We bought this TV to replace a 27-inch tube that blew. We've had it a week and we're pretty happy so far. We bought it in June 2011 at HH Gregg in Myrtle Beach after reading online reviews. Paid $270 inclusive. We'll be using it as our main set in the living room, primarily to watch cable tv.