|Excellent Small-Screen Viewing|
Any room. Any budget. Anytime you want to step up and enjoy top LED entertainment, the 19L4200U HDTV is ready, with excellent small-screen HD quality, plus the performance, reliability and versatility only Toshiba can offer.
Advanced Picture Settings
Wherever and whenever you want to savor high-def movies, gaming and slideshows—in the kitchen, bedroom or dorm room—this TV will exceed your expectations with its sleek, sophisticated Aero™ design, LED backlighting for bright, sharp images and great energy efficiency, too, plus excellent audio.
Many Ways to Connect
And if expansion is in your plans, the 19L4200U comes with a full jack pack of connections to help you do it: HDMI® for hooking in an AV receiver or a speaker system; an HD PC port for teaming up with a laptop; and much more. So if you think you're bound by a low-cost LCD budget, think twice and take a close look at the 19L4200U HDTV. You'll enjoy great LED entertainment at an LCD price, plus the get-more innovation that sets Toshiba apart.
Customer Reviews of Toshiba 32L4200U 32" LED HDTV 720p 60Hz
Toshiba 32L4200U - great TV8/6/2012
Very fast at processing my order. I received it 2 days after ordering
nice n perfect5/22/2012
Set up is very easy. The TV prompts you to scan for channels 1st thing. The TV did find every channel that I am aware of on my cable system, both SD & HD. Next, I choose to remove all SD channels. In my manual, it does not explain how to do this. I figured it out by playing in the menu. Under the setup menu, you have to select manual program, then you check the channels that you do NOT want. I really do not understand what that little thingie above the checkspot means. It looks like a little period with a curving arrow over the top of it. Must be a Japanese symbol. Anyways, click & forget it. Next I set up my wireless connection. I used all 3 options to set up the TV. The one I preferred is the assisted scan. It detects my wireless network & I only had to input my login security key. The TV connected with b/g compatibility instead of using n. Netflix looked great; I have not tried an other internet services yet.