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. We mainly use it to relax for 30 minutes or so before bed, and then it goes off. Would I suggest this TV for a giant living room meant to entertain a hoard of movie-loving friends? No way.
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 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: 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: 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 picky as some about sound. One odd thing about the sound is that the mute button has to be pressed twice to completely mute it.
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). I read a few reviews previously about this tv and how it has sound problems and doesnt always turn on. All i have to say is that i disagree with everything that read.
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. It is comparable to the 27" tube we had; just wider. If money was no object we might get a slightly larger one but it is adequate for our needs.
Summary: After my old CRT TV died in my bedroom, I was looking for a decent TV with a good match of features and value. I didn't need anything fancy since I use it to watch news/weather/traffic in the morning or as a TV for my daughter to watch cartoons. I am very happy with this Toshiba as it has a good set of inputs, a decent picture, and a reasonable price ($250). Anyone buying this TV should read the review by Mark Fellows.
Summary: Bought this TV for my granddaughter's room and it's very good. Good picture quality on satellite and works perfectly in her 12X12 bedroom. If you want to setup a media center though, keep on looking. This set is short on needed connections to operate everything from your remote...