If you are looking for an affordable television that isn’t massive in size, we have details on one LG model that we think you may be interested in. The 32-inch LG 32LN520B TV is available with a huge discount, but you may have to give up some functionality as an expense.
Just earlier today we gave you some information on the 24-inch LG 24LN451B and actually the two are very similar in specs whilst both belonging to different LG series.
Unfortunately, one key area of LG 32LN520B TV specs that needs to be addressed is resolution. This television doesn’t support 1080p full HD visuals, so you’ll need to be aware that you’ll potentially be buying a TV that only offers 720p resolution.
That already eliminates this 32-inch TV from being a viable PS4 and Xbox One choice, as most of you will obviously want to output games in 1080p and the clearest picture possible. Other specs also include a 60 Hz refresh rate, 1 HDMI port and USB access.
There isn’t even a VGA port either, so you won’t be able to use this as a PC monitor if you don’t have a HDMI slot on your TV. How much are you willing to go though to get the cheapest TV this month – at such reduced functionality as we see highlighted with this LG model?
Read some LG 32LN520B reviews here to see what other consumers are saying at this device. There are still some fantastic feedback for this TV, so it is all about preference and what you require a cheap TV for.
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