TCL 32S305 32-Inch 720p Roku Smart LED TV (2017 Model)

April 29, 2019 - Comment

32-inch class HD Roku smart TV. Roku TV personalized home screen. Dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi. 3 HDMI inputs, analog video input, USB port, digital and analog audio output. Digital television tuner. 720p resolution. 60Hz CMI. HDMI Ports: 3 (1 ARC); Resolution: 1366 x 768; USB Ports: 1 Product Features Dimensions (W x H x D): TV

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32-inch class HD Roku smart TV. Roku TV personalized home screen. Dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi. 3 HDMI inputs, analog video input, USB port, digital and analog audio output. Digital television tuner. 720p resolution. 60Hz CMI. HDMI Ports: 3 (1 ARC); Resolution: 1366 x 768; USB Ports: 1

Product Features

  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 28.9″ x 17.1″ x 3.2″, TV with stand: 28.9″ x 19.2″ x 7.2″
  • Smart functionality offers access to over 4,000 streaming channels featuring more than 450,000 movies and TV episodes via Roku TV
  • 720p HD resolution for a crisp picture. 120V – 60Hz 50W
  • Direct-lit LED produces great picture quality;Diagonal View : 31.5 inches
  • 60Hz refresh rate allows fast moving action scenes to be seen with minimal motion blur.USB File Format Compatibility:Video: MKV (H.264), MP4, MOV (H.264), TS (H.264) Music: AAC, MP3, WMA, WAV (PCM), AIFF, FLAC, AC3 Photo: JPG, PNG, GIF
  • Inputs: 3 HDMI (1 w/ ARC), 1 USB, RF, Composite, Headphone Jack, Optical Audio Out
  • Mount Pattern is 3.9 inches. VESA Wall Mount Pattern: 100 millimeter (V) x 100 millimeter (H)
  • NOTE : Kindly refer the Other Content [pdf ] Specification Sheet [pdf ] User Guide [pdf ] which is available below

Comments

Anonymous says:

Started off strong….aaaaaaand failed 🙁 *UPDATES Well, this certainly started out as a 5-star TV. Great price, and our family is a big fan of Roku boxes, having owned two already. Setup was easy and the picture was surprisingly good! All in all, I was very pleased.Until about a week in, I look up while my son is watching a show and there’s a vertical line of dead, blue pixels about 7″ long running through the middle of the screen, about 5″ from the left side. I was hoping it was just a streaming issue with his show, but nope- it was the screen. Really disappointed as a return of a 43″ TV, even if they foot the bill (and they should), is going to be a pain.I was hesitant to buy what I consider to be an off-brand, and now I’m wishing I had followed my gut and bought an LG or Samsung. In all fairness to TCL, minus the vertical line it’s a really nice TV, and I will update my review accordingly when I hear back from their warranty/service department.UPDATE: TCL tried to pawn the warranty…

Anonymous says:

May be a good tv, not for me. I loved this television when I first got it, but it failed after about a month. Okay, these things happen. I returned the tv for repair, and a few days later I got an email saying my tv had been repaired and was on its way back. When I got it back it still did not work. I phoned the company and was promised a replacement. I later got a call from TCL to say that they had lied to me for a second time. They had not repaired my tv and they were not going to replace it. They claimed that there was a “biological hazard” in the tv. I spoke to several members of their staff, and the upshot is that they feel empowered to tell lies whenever it suits them, that their promises mean absolutely nothing.I opened up the worthless tv and found no evidence of a “biological hazard. I believe I could repair it with one of the small boards at the back. Interestingly, that particular board appears to be unavailable.My conclusion is that this might be a good buy if you…

Anonymous says:

TV Great! Beware of Roku Support Scam Okay, I installed this TV 3 hours ago and so far good! The picture, clarity, color are all better than my 28″ Sharp which this is replacing. The Sharp worked fine for 6 years, about as long one should expect it to. SCAM ALERT I did run into a situation and I want to warn others about it. When I was setting up Roku, I could not get it to activate and it gave me the number of Roku support to call. I phoned and was told by a Jerry Maxwell I would need to purchase a license. There was a standard for 3 years 3 device for $79.00 or a deluxe licence for 5 years unlimited devices (don’t have cost). I was angry that I had to pay 79.00 for Roku since I had a Roku stick already but I thought what the hell I want Roku. I told the guy this is bull****!. He said he would call back. In the meantime I tried activating through my roku account and it went through! So maybe Jerry did something but when he called back, I said it’s working and I ‘m not paying $79.00! He hung up. So SCAM…

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