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Haier LE32F2220 32-inch LED HDTV user reviews

Consumers had heard a lot about the Haier LE32F2220 32-inch LED HDTV last year but were unable to find any reviews on it. This was a huge issue because people hate to commit to a new TV without doing some homework first.

This is not the case this year, because over the past year we have seen various Haier LE32F2220 32-inch LED HDTV user reviews and the model has been well received

Even though it has been a year since its release, you’ll see on Haier’s website that they still produce and sell this particular model, which either means it is popular with consumers, or the company is slow in bringing out new models?

Okay, so we have established that the Haier LE32F2220 is getting on a bit now and so the specs will not be as good as some of the latest 2013 budget TV models. However, this is a good thing because it means the price will more competitive.

Haier LE32F2220 delivers sharp, clear, high-definition pictures
Haier LE32F2220 delivers sharp, clear, high-definition pictures

We can see that Amazon has 24 user reviews for the Haier LE32F2220 32-inch LED TV and has achieved 3.3 out of 5 stars, which is to be expected considering its aging specs.

Most reviews seem to agree that the TV looks super slick and image quality was better than expected, but the sound is not up to scratch and they tend to breakdown, which is when you learn how poor Haier support is.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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