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The Toshiba 32C110U is a basic LCD television that can display in up to 720p high definition.

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Pros

Good picture quality given its price

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Easy to setup with clear instruction manual

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Low price, great for budget users

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Simple to use Dynamic backlight control, further enhances picture quality

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Cons

Horrendous speaker sound quality

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Lack of analog audio output

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Lack of AV output options

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The Toshiba 32C110U is a basic LCD television that can display in up to 720p high definition. The 32 inch screen has a native resolution of 1280x720, ensuring that 720p video will be displayed without any distortion or black bars on the sides. A refresh rate of 60Hz is used which is adequate for most general purpose viewing, and Dynamic Noise Reduction applies noise reduction to areas that it detects interference in the signal. DynaLight enables the screen to automatically get brighter or dimmer depending on the room's ambient lighting, and a Gaming Mode is available to minimize lag between movements at the controller and updates on the screen. The built-in tuner can process digital signals in NTSC, ATSC and QAM formats.

Features
  • 32 in LCD widescreen
  • Up to 720p HD
  • Native Display Resolution: 1280x720
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • DynaLight
  • Gaming Mode
  • Dynamic Noise Reduction
  • Tuner: NTSC/ATSC/QAM in the Clear
  • 2 x HDMI, Component, PC, USB inputs
  • VESA mount compatible
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Val
01/13/2012 09:57

I bought this TV just over a year ago. Overall it is great. The only problem is that bright colors, particularly red and orange, jiggle. I tried playing with the picture size, which seemed to stop the jiggling for about a month, but now it is back again.

Anonymous
10/12/2011 08:43

The U model supports 1080P. but lacks any audio outputs or even a headphones output. I assume toshiba was trying not to sell this product to any users as it lacks the basic outputs even in most cheap brands.

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