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Vizio D-Series 32” 720p Full-Array LED TV (Refurbished)
Perfectly sized for a bedroom or compact living space, this TV can connect to streaming devices and DVD players, broadcasting movies and shows in the crisp definition and bright colors of its 32-inch screen.
Watch in High Definition
Hovering around 1 million pixels, 720p HD resolution creates a crisp, true-to-life picture. This realistic appearance makes movies, shows, and video games feel more immersive, letting viewers spot tiny details from the raindrops on a windshield to the fuzz on a honeybee.
Enhanced Brightness and Depth
LEDs boost brightness, creating a brilliant picture that’s easy to see whether you’re curled up for a late movie or getting ready for a noon kickoff. Striking black and white levels give images more pop, contribute to a more realistic sense of depth, and amplify shadows and other lighting effects. LEDs also consume little power, making them more energy efficient than other forms of display lighting.
HDMI and USB: Connect to More Content
An HDMI port connects high-definition components such as a Blu-ray player, cable box, or Roku Streaming Stick directly to your HDTV. USB input pushes your TV’s connectivity even further, letting you interact with even more content on a big screen.
- Product number: D32HN-E4
- Screen size: 32” class
- Resolution: 720p HD
- Lighting: full-array LED
- Effective refresh rate: 60Hz
- Aspect ratio: 16:9
- Dynamic contrast ratio : 200K:1
- WiFi: no
- Media streaming apps: no
- HDMI ports: 2
- USB ports: 1
- VESA mounting pattern: 100mmx100mm
- With stand: 10.36lb.
- Without stand: 9.92lb.
- Product dimensions:
- With stand: 28.73”x19.06”x7.87”
- Without stand: 28.73”x17.10”x 2.91”
- Condition: refurbished
- 90-day warranty from Hyper Microsystems
Vizio launched in 2002, when rival companies had already been selling TVs for decades. Despite being a relative newcomer to the TV market, Vizio hit the ground running. By 2007, it sold the most LCD TVs in America. Its runaway success is thanks in large part to its bread-and-butter HDTV, the LED-backlit 1080p set that can be found in many living rooms. Yet the company also takes chances on the latest technologies. In 2015, for instance, it launched what is arguably one of the most high-end sets ever produced—the $130,000 Reference Series, a 120” 4K set with support for more than one billion colors and integrated 5.1-channel surround sound. While the hefty price tag will deter most TV shoppers, Vizio will inevitably find a way to pack the cutting-edge technologies into a more consumer-friendly set—the approach to TV-making that brought it success in the first place.
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