Not everyone has the space or budget for a giant TV, but for mostThere are 55 inches and up – and for good reason. So you should not be shocked that my quest to find the best 32 inch TV has only two pics.
I usually start with a 55-inch display for several reasons:
- I always If you can afford it there is more space.
- A smaller TV is cheaper, so people rely less on reviews and more on pricing differences.
- Larger televisions are becoming far less expensive, reducing the price differential and considering larger sets better.
- The picture quality of a small TV is poor because TV manufacturers reserve their best technology for larger models. If you want great picture quality, the best possible wide viewing angle, industry-leading smart capabilities, top-notch sound quality, and an HDMI port or USB port for all your devices, a larger screen size is usually the way to go. .
- Readers asked me to review .
For all those reasons and more (at least not all the fun when watching movies and TV episodes, flipping through channels or streaming on Hulu, Netflix, or) The 32-inch TVs are the smallest ones I review – and there are only two current models with this screen size that are worth recommending. With like Upon reviewing the next largest size, you will not find the latest extras of this size – all 32-inch TVs are still , For example, and no one has extras to enhance the picture like . Instead I reward smart TV apps and built-in streaming apps for watching TV shows, YouTube movies and earlier.
The list below contains the best 32-inch-sized TVs I’ve seen in CNET’s test lab, where I’m comparing them.. I can only recommend two when I take into account things like experience, performance, refresh rate, resolution, remote control, smart features, streaming, sound, input lag, and connectivity. So, if you are unquestionably in the market for a small TV, then there are good pairs here.
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Remember how I said that the smart TV function king is in this screen size? Roku is our preferred platform for live TV streaming service like Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube and the rest, and is even better in this smart television. Buying a separate streamer for Roku at this price is a significant investment – and juggling that the steamer’s remote is a hassle – so if you must find a TV of this size to meet your needs, this is our best 32-inch pick Is tv.
It has three HDMI ports, delivers high quality images with 720 pixel high definition and is compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, so you need to upgrade your smart speaker devices to interact with this special 32 inch TV do not require. Read CNET’s TCL 32S325 Roku TV review.
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If you’re looking for the best 32-inch TV with Alexa, it has a built in Toshiba Amazon Fire TV system, making it a direct competitor to TCL’s Roku system. In general we like Roku better than Fire TV, thanks to better menus and search, but this Toshiba lacks a nice extra TCL: built-in Alexa, available by talking to the remote. Note that the above image does not include the echo dot.
This 32-inch TV also offers three HDMI ports, 720p HD picture quality and an LED display. Read our Toshiba 32LF221U19 review.
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still with me? If none of those TVs appeal to you, then my advice is that at this size, just about any Roku TV that is $ 130 or less is a good choice. Roku licenses its operating system to TV brands including HISENSE, RCA, Sharp and others, and any of them will deliver my top-of-the-line smart capabilities and advantages of smart TVs. If you insist on a small TV from another brand like Samsung, LG, or Vizio, that’s fine, but know that at this size you probably have similar image quality and a inferior smart than the two TVs above. Will pay more for the TV experience.
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Originally published earlier this year.