A good TV with multiple options to connect both audio and video.
3 June 2013
Summary: This is a good TV for the money. It has a good picture and ample inputs and outputs. The sound isn't very good, but it can be connected to an audio system. Other TVs in this class don't have an audio output option.
Summary: I've only had the TV for a couple of weeks but so far everything looks great. Just keep in mind that this is a 720P resolution set and as such the picture will not be quite as sharp as you're used to on a large 1080P or 1080I TV. Most of the 4/5 star reviews on here give all of the best reasons for getting this set but I'd just like to add that you have to watch the price on here very carefully.
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. We finally figured out how to hook up our DVD player to the tv, but we could not get color. Nothing in the instructions addressed this.
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. This unit will be used mostly by the inlaws in the spare bedroom but I had to give it a test run. The Pros: 1) Great 720 picture.
Summary: I bought this for my daughter for Christmas. She loved it, but after a month the screen got a black line down the middle. We called Amazon and they immediately sent out a new one! She said the picture is clear and is very happy with it. So far all is well with the new one. I did buy an extended warranty and glad I did.
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. I also have the Toshiba 40 inch 1080p version of this same set which is about 9 months old and the great performance I've enjoyed with it is at least part of the reason I decided to go with this 32 inch 720p version for the bedroom.
Summary: This TV has none of the bells and whistles of other TV's, which made it a perfect gift for my father, who has never had anything other than a CRT and who watches the channels he can pick up for free with an antenna. Since most antenna channels don't exceed 720p (a couple go up to 1080i), he didn't need a full HD television. Also, he views his television at least 15-feet away, which makes the finer detail of a 1080p television irrelevant on a 32-inch screen.
Summary: I needed a 32" HDTV for our workout room that didn't have to have all the bells and whistles. The Toshiba 32C120U fits the application perfectly. Great set for a great price and Toshiba has good quality. Usually buy either LG or Samsung, but this set was $60-80 less than the others with great picture and sound. All in all, I am very happy.
Summary: Been without a TV for a month. Got this in yesterday. My Genius Son had it up and running in less than 30 minutes. Perfectly Programmed, etc. We have DISH and it all works great. Personally I like a simpler remote so this is good for me. The Dish Remote is plenty complicated. The head on view is excellent, the sound is good, easy to work with. Of course as you angle out the picture is not as good but it's not a home movie theater either. Good product at great price.