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The Dynex DX-32L150A11 is a bare-minimum, 32” LCD flat-panel HDTV from the Dynex DXxxL150A11 series.

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Good picture for price. Plenty of ports for connecting everything you need and somethings you dont.

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Price is good. 32" for $300.

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If you use Favorites the tuner will puke.

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It's a good idea to hook it up to surround sound or through a stereo. The factory sound from the TV is a little weak.

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The Dynex DX-32L150A11 is a bare-minimum, 32” LCD flat-panel HDTV from the Dynex DXxxL150A11 series. It’s wider than previous models in the series like the 26” DX-26L150A11, but it sacrifices slightly in contrast. Regardless, it too provides 720p video content reproduction and essentially stands as a solid choice for a consumer seeking a large screen, a high-definition resolution, and clear-cut colors and blacks. Like its smaller counterpart, the DX-32L150A11 relies on HDMI, Component, Composite, and PC inputs & outputs to receive and transmit video content from a plethora of different sources.

  • 32” LCD Flat-Panel HDTV
  • 720p Full HD Resolution
  • Standard I/O Selection
  • 3D Y/C Digital Comb Filter
  • Parental V-Chip Control
  • Channel Labeling
  • Sleep Timer
  • VESA Mount Compatible
  • Standard Remote Control
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
  • Type: LCD Flat-Panel
  • Size: 32" Class:
  • Depth: 3-7/8"
  • Contrast Ratio: 2300:1 Native; 5000:1 Dynamic
  • Brightness: 420 cd/m2
  • Resolution: 720; 16:9
  • Screen Refresh: 60Hz
  • Audio: 6W 2-Speaker System
  • Optical Digital
  • Composite Video
  • Component Video
  • PC Video
  • PC Audio
  • S-Video
  • RF
  • HDMI
  • Headphone
  • Standard Remote Control
Post Review
06/28/2010 09:52

We took first one back - the second had the same defect. Called 800-305-2204. T/S admitted firmware issue (if more than 8 Favorites used). Said they're working on it. They said call back for update Interim I limited faves to 8. Yesterday it puked anyway. Today when I called T/S they said there is "no issue". They said return unit back to "the store" and call them if problem. I did. I did. Today Dynex said it's the cable provider's fault. Subsequently I took that third one back and "the store" wouldn't give me another. BB said (without saying) they know this TV is bad but they are gonna sell them anyway (to suckers). (No way can they allow me to crack open boxes) I can have my money back or upgrade to a $500 model. They get no more money from me. The retailer doesn't want to stand tall. They only want to deal with idiots. If they can't lighten your loafers, you go now. When I asked dept. mgr. to verify aggravation at repeatedly rescanning channels he said "I have a cable box!" Of course he doesn't even need a TV. Just a monitor. Moron. The geek is totally weak.

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