With Christmas fast approaching there are a number of products that proves very popular as gifts, these are smartphones, tablets, laptops and also TVs. We know the latter can often be more expensive, but there are some tablets on the market that costs even more than TVs, and the RCA 32-inch LED HDTV is a fine example of that. It’s price is very competitive, although with mediocre specs this is to be expected.
This particular RCA 32″ Class LED HDTV comes with the model number LED32G30RQ and while its resolution is pretty decent, the rest of the specs leaves something to be desired. However if what you are looking for is a second TV, or even one to put in your child’s room, then this model could be just what you are looking for.
Main RCA 32-inch LEDD HDTV specs – First up we have that 32-inch panel with its 720p and 1366 x 768 resolution. It has a refresh rate of 60Hz, a response time of 7 ms, 5000:1 contrast ratio, 220 cd/m2 brightness, 3D digital comb filter, 16 watt sound output, 8 on each side. Digital TV tuner, and 2 HDMI ports.
If you are worried about its size and fitting it into a certain space, the RCA 32-inch LED HDTV measurements are Width 31.1 in, Depth 6.3 in, Height 20.1 in and weight Weight 16.8 lbs.
We know this is not the best TV out there at the moment with a competitive price, the LG 32LB520B is a fine example of that. However, we have heard from some of our readers and seem ver pleased with their purchase of this 32-inch RCA TV.
One Product-reviews reader said the TV works fine and her daughter also uses it as a monitor, as she connects it to her laptop. The TV was very easy to set up and was ready to use in no time.
Another reader said that while the picture quality is pretty good, the sound is not because it sounds far too tinny. They hooked it up to their computer sound system with its speakers and separate subwoofer, which does help give the TV a new lease of life.
These are just what a couple of owners thought, and if you would like to add your views, then please do so below.
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