|Screen Size||32 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366 x 768 pixels|
NEC E325 32 inch Large Screen 3000:1 6.5ms Composite/Component/VGA/HDMI LED LCD Monitor, with Built-in Tuner & Speakers.- Wall Mount Bracket Sold Separate
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- Integrated multimedia USB player makes digital signage simple
- LED backlighting technology reduces power consumption and allows for a slimmer cabinet depth
- Thinner bezel improves display's aesthetics
- 24-Hour On/Off timer maintains power schedules
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|Display Resolution Maximum||1366 x 768 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920x1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||2560 x 1440|
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|Item Dimensions||31 x 19.7 x 5.2 in||28.6 x 8.1 x 19.4 in||29.5 x 19.6 x 9.4 in||28.75 x 8 x 20.25 in||28.6 x 8.1 x 19.4 in||2.7 x 29.2 x 17.4 in|
|Item Weight||1 lb||14.3 lbs||23.8 lbs||14.3 lbs||14.3 lbs||27 lbs|
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The 32” NEC E325, a direct-lit, commercial-grade display, is ideal for education, corporate and other digital signage applications. Compared to previous generation displays, this model's LED backlighting allows for reduced power consumption, a thinner depth, a smaller bezel and lighter weight. The E325's integrated tuner and speakers allow users to enjoy high-definition broadcast capabilities. This display also features a USB player in which video, audio or JPEG picture files can be loaded and played in sequence for signage purposes.
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My son used to have an Olevia 32'' TV, but he decided 9-10 years was enough and it was time to get a new TV/monitor. He did the research and found out about these NEC monitors, as he did not want anything to do with a smart TV.
According to him, smart TVs by even the big name manufacturers would go out of support in a couple years, shorter than the time my son would make use of the TV, and the hardware inside would oftentimes be slow from the start (or when compared with next years model).
Plus, the smart portion of the TV would often require the user of the TV to agree to all sorts of terms and conditions even if they only wanted to use the TV portion and not connect to the Internet. In all, it was clear my son disliked smart TVs with a passion and he decided on this monitor instead.
We got it for him for Christmas and set it up shortly thereafter. Like I said, he really liked it! Some of the differences that stood out to all of us were:
- Clearly legible text in games / non-cable video playback
Yes, when compared to a TV from early 2000s, the NEC blew it all away. However, no one would have imagined that the difference was so clearly visible. In games like Perfect Dark or Super Mario RPG, the text is like a night-and-day improvement. In the Roku interface, the main menu is easier to read than ever, even across the room,
- Quick response time
One of the specifications my son was looking for when choosing a new TV/monitor was the response time. Gray-to-Gray (GTG) is often the only figure quoted, and that was the case on NEC's website, but the big box retailers don't always include that figure online. The NEC E325 boasts a 6.5ms response time (GTG). However, other color response times aren't quoted.
When playing games, the NEC is closer than the older TV (with 8ms response time) to the output on my son's Open Broadcaster Software recording laptop (which uses a low-latency Avermedia ExtremeCap U3). There is less ghosting with games like Mario Golf for the N64 (when the ball goes near the hole, a blue streak follows it - the streak is less pronounced on the new TV) and other games hide the ghosting well enough that it cannot be seen.
- Quick turn-on/operation time and less power draw
The new NEC monitor turns on quicker than the older Olevia. The Olevia had to display a short logo on screen every time it booted up, and you could clearly hear and see it working. The screen would flicker some and the speakers would pop, before the screen would be filled with whatever you were displaying.
The NEC monitor requires no such display logo time and the only indication it is turning on is the flashing red light on the lower left of the bezel. The LED for the on/off indicator is less bright than on the Olevia, which is an improvement, and uses a soft red color. No speaker pops or hardware sounds can be heard whatsoever.
When actually using the NEC monitor, it takes a few seconds to switch inputs (during which time the screen goes blank) or resolutions (same deal). If you're like us, where you have an HDMI switch and thus only require one input, then this won't affect you either. When playing games like Super Mario RPG, where the game has a different resolution in-battle and out of battle, the screen interestingly does not blank.
In all, this was a fantastic step up from the Olevia TV and everyone is very happy with the Christmas gift, especially my son.
However, we could not help but notice there was one con to this TV/monitor:
- Sound issues
I suppose the commercial display aspect of this monitor (and the fact it has only 5W speakers) means sound is more of an afterthought than with our last TV. The sound output often appears 'different' between scenes even within the same video playback (such as YouTube via Roku). Whereas the older Olevia had a more uniform sound output, the NEC overemphasizes speech and conducts underemphasis of background music.
In fact, in the majority of games we played on the N64 and SNES, background music was heavily lacking while character speech and sounds-of-fighting were pushed to the front, as it were. It was kind of disappointing as the on-screen menu options for sound don't provide the ability to turn this off.
Despite these sound issues, this is a solid replacement/upgrade TV for gaming or non-cable video playback. The text visibility improvements really stand out as the winner here. We all definitely recommend this NEC E325 for anyone looking!