Insignia 32" 720p HD LED TV (NS-32D220NA20) - Only at Best Buy
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- 32" LED flat panel TV features 720p HD resolution for enjoying your favourite shows, movies, sports, and video games in high-definition clarity
- Impressive 1366 x 768 native resolution delivers crisp detailes, so you'll never miss a thing
- 8ms response time with a 60Hz refresh rate keep the action moving from sporting events to gaming
- Includes 2 HDMI and USB ports to connect with external components
- DTS audio system and 2 x 5W built-in speakers give you a full, immersive experience
- Includes dedicated remote
Dimensions With Stand
Dimensions Without Stand
- Remote Control
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Of the 2290 reviewers who responded, 2169 would recommend this product.
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- Love- June 26, 2020
This TV surprised me I didn’t expect it to really be of good quality for the price but to my surprise I’m very pleased with my purchase. These picture quality is great and it has some since features.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great for the price...- May 18, 2020
This 32" LED insignia tv set replaced a 40" LED "W**GH**E" brand that only lasted 4.5yrs. 3rd Insignia LED in household (32", 55", 32"), Insignia brand is good quality and reliable. Purchased as deal of day: ~$102, OTD w/tax and Ca recycle fees. This insignia was perfect as i wanted a non smart, non connectable TV. For entertainment, bedroom TV is connected to outdoor , amplified antenna for reception. A blu ray connected via HDMI along with Roku for streaming also through HDMI. THE GOOD- good connectivity options: 2 HDMIs, USB (JPEG only, or power source) 1 analog, optical audio, 3.5mm audio. Power cord with velcro cord keeper. SCREEN QUALITY: out the box, preset picture settings are WAY off. Best picture quality achieved through custom calibration. For 720p spec pixel array is good. above average quality with 1080i and 720p over the air broadcast. 480i is mixed at best. black levels are decent. Viewing angle is above average even when off the "center sweet spot". No problems with Screen reflection as set is placed on shelving unit not wall mounted. Roku and Blu ray via HDMI screen quality above average achieved through custom picture setting. Sound quality can be surprisingly decent given the 10watt rating. Best setting Also achieved through custom audio calibration. DTS spec is good as the audio preset settings are worthless. NOT SO GOOD: the pedestals are flimsy. No more single sturdy , bulky pedestals in LED tvs. This is a trend among all brands. TV powers on quickly, BUT has annoying feature. For about 10 seconds tv DOES NOT respond to any remote control inputs. Set has only power button underneath the insignia branding. volume, channel, menu controls are missing, remote is a must! Another trend among brands. ps- BB needs to correct online listing: HDMI cable IS NOT included as stated in specsYes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great tv good picture- February 28, 2020
Quality sound and very easy setup and easy hookup with Alexa / googleYes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- For the price, this tv is awesone- May 31, 2020
Good picture, works great and gets child out of living room so she no bugging to play Xbox on the big tvYes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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- Disappointed- March 1, 2020
Reviews were really good for this TV so I figured I'd buy one. Purchased it on Sept 28th, unboxed it on Sept 29th, plugged it in and it was frozen on one of the initial set-up screens. Returned it for an exchange, no problem. Set that TV up, everything went fine. About 3 weeks ago (TV is less than 6 months old) I started having audio issues. I turn the TV on and have no audio. After scrolling through different inputs the audio will eventually come back on. Sometimes it's quick, other times it takes 20 minutes. I'm assuming it will eventually lose audio all together. I don't think it's too much to ask to get a few years (minimal use) out of a TV this price.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.