Toshiba 32C120U 32-Inch 720p 60Hz LCD HDTV performance/price value
26 February 2013
Summary: Toshiba 32C120U LCD great picture vibrant color,good black level,contrast,one of the best 32"sets I found after comparing /viewing quite a few sets ,some costing quite a bit more. Now $229.95 at amazon or Best Buy it is a 2012 model so it's selling at good price .
Pros: Good color,contrast,detail,brightness at a budget price
Summary: I bought this television for my Wife's craftroom for Christmas. She didn't want a 1080 HD so I looked through the discounted 720p 32" LCD televisions. I had it narrowed down to this Toshiba model and a Samsung.
Summary: I have had this TV since July 9th & I got to say that at first I did have a problem with the sound like other reviewers stated up till about 2 weeks ago that is,I knew that there were sound problems going into this.So I was messing with the cable connection on the back of the TV went to change the...
Summary: I love Toshiba TV's. My father has had a similar model (older) for years and has never had any problems. I took this out of the box and it was spectacular viewing from the start. However, I didn't use the the TV right away or very often and when I finally got my new Blu-Ray player I noticed a small...
Summary: I am extremetly happy with this set. I have had its' 40" companion model 40E220U in my living room for several months so I already had a pretty good idea what I was getting. I actually purchaed two of these. One for the master bedroom and one for a guest room.
Summary: Great value for a 32 inch TV. Initially thought it was too dark, the picture wasn't bright enough even with back lighting turned all the way up. Solution: Menu > Preferences > Energy Savings Settings (keep pressing down, it's not initially shown on the menu) > Auto Brightness Sensor > Off
Summary: Just received it from Amazon and received it quickly. Plugged it in and turned it on and it worked perfectly. The TV is very light which is also a great feature as this is for the kids room and am not worried about it getting bumped and falling.
Summary: I had a 22 inch LCD in the room over the garage, and it works fine, but I found it hard to watch. Just too small for the room and my eyes. I searched for a replacement, starting with a low-priced ($199) Apex 32".
Summary: Love this TV! The pic is wonderfully clear and setup is fairly easy. The sound is really pretty good for an HD television, though at some point I imagine I will get a sound bar to augment it. I did turn off the Energy Saving picture thing, as many other people commented about.