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Coby LEDTV3226 32-Inch 720p 60Hz LED TV (Black)

by Coby

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32-Inch
  • Built-in digital TV tuner (ATSC/QAM/NTSC)
  • Connections: HDMI, component, composite, S-Video, PC, 3.5mm stereo in, RG6 and digital coaxial out
  • 6000:1 contrast ratio with 8ms response rate
  • 350 cd/m2 brightness
  • Panel: 30 7/16; W x 21 7/16; H x 9 5/8; D and VESA pattern 200 x 100
  • 32 inch widescreen LED HDTV with attractive super-slim profile fits anywhere
  • Built-in digital TV tuner (ATSC/NTSC/QAM)
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Technical Details

Size: 32-Inch
  • Brand Name: Coby
  • Model: LEDTV3226
  • Display Technology: LCD
  • Display Size: 31.5 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:09
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Product Details

Size: 32-Inch
  • Product Dimensions: 34.1 x 5.2 x 24.1 inches ; 15.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 21 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004CWCYJW
  • Item model number: LEDTV3226
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,877 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2011

Product Description

Size: 32-Inch

The Coby LED-TV3226 32 In. Class 720p LED High-Definition TV with new technology and a sleek minimalist design, is an energy-efficient way to enjoy your favorite shows. The LEDTV3226 features a brilliant 31.5 inch widescreen for a premium viewing experience, with digital HDMI connection for crystal-clear picture in vibrant HD. Multiple inputs and a 15-pin VGA interface allow this set to be used as a television or computer monitor. Digital noise reduction, film-mode detection, and integrated parental control also included.

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Customer Reviews

You will end up saving money buying a more expensive but higher quality TV.
Al
I'm glad I did it is a great LED TV the picture quality is very good and the sound is good .
Jon
The volume is limited, but it honestly did not bother me as much it seems to everyone else.
Heat2012

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

641 of 666 people found the following review helpful By V. Yalung on November 5, 2011
Size Name: 40-Inch
I bought this TV at Sears a few months ago for my bedroom, when they had it on sale for about 500 dollars. I thought at the time that 500 bucks (+tax) was a good deal on the relatively new LED technology, and the guy who worked there sold me on the fact that it takes about 1/4 the amount of electricity that my Vizio plasma uses. However, I later found that for a bit more, I can get quality name brands online, like the Panasonic that I recently bought and reviewed on Amazon.

I saw this on gold box today, and I thought I would let people know what they are getting, so here it is- first, you are getting a bare bones TV that is okay to watch on. The picture is actually pretty nice, when compared to older LCDs, and almost comparable to my favorite screen, the plasma. The picture is not as rich as plasma, but definitely more natural looking than the older 60hz lcds.

Anyway, here's the skinny:It has 3 HDMI inputs, which is nice, even for a living room set, and more than enough for use as a bedroom TV. There is also a PC connection so you can use it as a computer monitor, but I have yet to try that. It is VERY lightweight, compared to my 42 inch plasma, and most people will be able to mount it on their walls without the help of a second person. The picture, as I have said is very nice, when compared to other TV's in this price range, but it is a bit on the dim side. When setting the brightness higher, you will notice some "flashlight effect," if you're really paying attention, but most people looking at a cheap TV probably won't even notice, or mind too much. There aren't all the cool "new for 2011" features that most TV's have these days, like internet and Netflix, but if you connect your XBox or PS3 to the set, or a internet capable Bluray, it won't really matter.
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107 of 110 people found the following review helpful By Anthony on November 30, 2011
Size Name: 40-Inch Verified Purchase
I got this TV on sale via Amazon Lightning Deals. It is definitely worth a 400 price tag. The speakers can be loud, but obviously with this thin TV, don't expect any bass. The picture looks great on this LED, and I personally didn't notice any edge bleeding while watching X-men Origin in blu-ray. If you see this item go on sale, snatch it up! However, I'd have to say it's only mediocre at its normal price. Not bad, but for a few more $$$, you could get a name brand. All in all though, I'm happy with this TV.

Unfortunately, this TV does not has any analog sound output. Only digital coax and TOSLINK. So if you want to hook up speakers without a receiver, you'll need a digital converter. However, if you have a receiver with coax/TOSLINK, the coax or TOSLINK output on the TV will work just fine. Not worth deducting a star on, since this seems to be the way all TV's are headed(digital). Just a heads up, as I was disappointed when I saw no headphone jack or RCA outputs.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Jermaine Stewart on December 2, 2011
Size Name: 40-Inch Verified Purchase
Pros:
- Great picture quality once the TV warms up (takes about 15 seconds).
- Speakers are perfectly usable as-is and loud enough.
- Nice, slim design (thick bezel though).

Cons:
- Absolutely horrible flashlight effect.
- Still see some amount of noise (not bad though) when watching HD content (watched RIO blu-ray with PS3).
- USB connection is ONLY for servicing (manual states that it should not be used by end users).
- Takes about 10 seconds between pressing the power button on the remote and seeing a picture.
- All default color profiles were very off (not so bad as the settings can be changed to get acceptable colors).

I must admit that I was skeptical about purchasing this TV due to reviews I read for other TVs for the company. However, I saw the TV on the Lightning deal and figured that the price was right. So I bought it as a gift for my girlfriend. After receiving the TV we set it up (just connect the base) that night and hooked up the PS3 with a blu-ray copy of RIO. While watching the movie, all I remembered hearing was "No, this is not going to work." as my girlfriend watched with great disappointment. The flashlight effect was horrible. It looked as though there were four bright flashlights with the light coming from all four corners of the TV with the light almost extending all the way to the center to make an X. If that wasn't bad enough, there was some additional light coming from the top and bottom edge and a big horizontal blur of light that was half way between the center and the top of the TV. We could tolerate it for bright scenes even though the corner lights were clearly visible due to the black bars at the top and bottom of the picture (letter-boxing). However, darker scenes were just horrible.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By FireWynd on December 17, 2011
Size Name: 40-Inch Verified Purchase
Update July 24, 2013:
1.5 years later and the TV is still solid. No problems. It see's ~2 hours of daily use on average. I re-read my original review and agree with everything I said when I posted the review. All the pros and cons are still applicable 2 years later. If it means much, it hasn't developed any new problems. Additionally none of the cons that I mentioned below have got worse. Very happy with the purchase.

Original review from ~December 2011
Picked up for $340 - an amazing price. The next closest (in price) 40" LCD/LED TV we could find on Amazon was a LG w/ bad reviews for $500. We bought this as a hold me over TV for a the next few years. Figure with Apple TV coming out soon, that could revolutionize the TV industry. OLED and voice-enabled TVs, along with more internet integration are coming within the next few years. I couldn't justify buying a more expensive set that would become out-dated so quickly. So this TV fits the bill.

Despite it's flaws, you get what you paid for. Seeing how this was almost 1/2 the price of any other 40" TV on amazon, we knew what we were probably going to get as far as quality and was fine with that.

PROS:
-true 1080p
-No dead pixels
-Works
-Nothing outstandingly bad
-Amazing value (quality for price)
-Lots of hookups (3x HDMI and it either had component or composite too). Also has an old VGA plugin (no DVI). This means if you don't have an AV Receiver, then you in good shape since you can probably hook all your devices to this. 3x HDMI gives you (for instance): 1x BD Player, 1x Xbox 360, 1x PS3. Anyhow this is more than enough for most households. Oh and it has an old school coax hookup for those of you with older cable boxes. Tested this and it works for us!
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