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Toshiba 24 Class / 1080p / 60hz / Led-lcd Hdtv

Toshiba 24 Class / 1080p / 60hz / Led-lcd Hdtv
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This HDTV features NetTV for access to Instant Content, including Yahoo! Widgets. The ultraslim depth is ideal for mounting the TV on a wall. Smart TV Get a world of instant entertainment on this smart TV. Connect to the Internet and stream movies, listen to music and access a wide variety of other content on your HDTV. Learn more about smart products.
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Dan Cabisada says...

After discontinuing service with my [capitalist] cable provider. I needed a TV to replace my old analog one. This was THE best quality and best fit for my budget. It was simple to put the stand on, and menu navigation is easy however, very small to read from across the room while wearing glasses. The picture quality is clear and vibrant with the LED back lit screen, and I am happy with the connection ports on the TV. The SRS sound is much better than I expected it would be at this price point, and the TV gets quite loud. I plan to invest in a good set of speakers to enhance my netflix viewing experience. The only downfall I've found is not all programs are formatted for wide-screen it seems, and sometimes the picture comes in square and small in the normal setting rather than wide-screen; or too big and off screen in the Cinema setting.

Laura Hayes says...

I would have rated this set higher but Insignia in its wisdom does not allow you to adjust color, tint, and sharpness from HDMI sources. You can only adjust brightness and contrast. I called customer support and the tech told me you can't adjust HDMI sources on ANY tv, which is an outright lie. I have a 60" Mitsubishi DLP that will allow me to adjust anything I want from HDMI sources, all the way down to really nitpicky things like gamma. That being said, the picture is still pretty good but not building the picture processing into the tv to allow color and tint adjustment for HDMI is unforgiveable. I will say that the sound from such a thin, small tv is impressive. It sounds better than a lot of much bigger TV's I've shopped. It's clear and crisp, with little to no distortion and even provides respectable bass without rattling the chassis. It provides plenty of inputs, the remote is decent(although I would have liked it to have a backlight or at least glow keys) and it's footprint is minimal. I would recommend this TV as a spare bedroom or kitchen TV. 2-year warranty is nice too but with LED being so reliable, I can't see anything really breaking. Pass on the extended warranty if they try to sell it to you. If you want to be able to tinker with your picture settings from HDMI sources(blu ray, cable box) then look elsewhere. Otherwise it's a fine set and a good value if you pick it up on sale(not worth full retail of 289.99).

Conor Ducharme says...

After weeks of searching for a replacement for my 22" 720p 16:10 computer monitor, I landed on the Insignia NS-24E730A12. This television has very good specs (24", 1080p, 50,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio, 280 Brightness), although of course specs don't always translate to good performance. I looked at several brands with similar specs, but couldn't find anything comparable in the $200- 300 range except for refurbished Vizios off Newegg. The Vizios received uniformly negative reviews in regards to its speakers, and that's what convinced me to go for the Insignia. I figured if the TV was a disappointment, I could easily return it to Best Buy. (For the record, I don't expect LCD speakers to be amazing, but I do expect them to be adequate. I'm not going to supplement a smallish bedroom TV with an independent sound system.) I was nervous about purchasing the NS-24E730A12 because it's such a new model that neither it nor its 22" sibling had any reviews to its name. In fact, until recently, the model wasn't listed on Insignia's website. I had to contact customer support to get a PDF of the manual. Skip to the end! I'm pleased with the NS-24E730A12 but it's not perfect.

Christine Ann Cruz says...

Having purchased over four television sets from Best Buy, I can say without a doubt that this was the worst purchase I ever made. I was trying to buy my mother a birthday gift that would fit in her bedroom and replace a CRT television to be hooked up for HD. It's not that there was anything "wrong", but no matter what settings I put it on it always had a washed out, gray picture with slightly average sound. I wouldn't even put this in my kitchen. I returned it the next day and spent $100 more for 32 inch Samsung. I know that this is kind of the economical version based on its price, but trust me when I tell you that there is nothing better in picture quality (reds, blues, yellows) than a Samsung of the same picture size. It was like night and day. Not only that, but there were problems with the HDMI cable that caused the television to start crackling, with white flashes of light across the screen. It started happening around 15 minutes after hooking it up. So happy to be able to return it, and found a 32 inch Samsung for exactly $100 more. So save your money, because I just could not recommend this to anybody.

Lola Bagsican says...

Went to Best Buy intending to definitely buy a 22" Samsung for our kitchen use. We wanted a TV with a great picture since we watch alot of TV in that room, but after comparing the Samsung and the Insignia side by side in the store we changed our minds. Even though the Samsung had higher specs, the Insignias screen was much clearer and sharper. With 170 horizontal and 160 vertical viewing angles the TV's screen looks perfect when I'm moving around the kitchen. I knew the speakers were weak, but they all are for small TVs. No problem, we attched a 32" Sony soundbar. I feel the instructions in the manual are poor. I had a terrible time trying to figure out how to switch the input from TV to AV. I wish companies would print detailed manuals for people like me who aren't experts. Only had this TV for a week but we're really happy with it. Also happy it's a 24" screen, just the right size for the kitchen. The sell price was great too.

Jason Soler says...

Insignia is a surprising brand. Externally, aside from the the tabletop stand it is very well designed. The inputs and outputs it gives you better choices than most high end brands which is great. Surprisingly high end TVs give you c r a p options for audio outputs (not everybody has 5.1 receivers that will take optical cables). The menus are easy to use and more options than some higher end TVs as well. Best of all is the picture. While the contrast ratio may not be the best for a LED, the picture is about as clear and vibrant as TVs get. Also, the speakers are great too. They're small speakers but they sound much better than the speakers on my 32" TV by a mile. The 2 year warranty is a great thing but I always recommend getting the 4 year store warranty, even if you're buying a sony. Also this is a great looking TV. The casing has a nice glossy shine and the screen is like a matte finish which is great.

Lynnftw says...

This is a great TV for the price. I originally purchased a 24" Dynex and found that to be a great mistake. The color was bad and seemed to vary from channel to channel. I took it back and got this Insignia for two reasons. One is that it is made by Samsung and the second was the price.When I hooked it up (which is simple to do), I couldn't believe the difference in quality. The color and sound are great and very easy to run. I have it in my office and have had people comment on how nice the TV is.The only issue I have had is that when setting channel favorites, I realized that it must be timed because as I scroll through to select channel favorites, the menu will disappear and I have to hit the menu button and continue where I left off.

Lola Bagsican says...

I bought this because I own a 32" Insignia LED 1080p 120hz HDTV. I like that tv and appreciate its picture and sound quality although it doesn't have a sound leveler. I wanted a small HDTV for the bedroom and the price for this tv was good, a bigger screen for the price than competitors' 720p models and more hdmi connections than most tvs of similar size. The picture quality was a little disappointing at first but when I connected to Netflix it was much better. The price for this tv is very good. Some smaller HDTVs have terrible sound, difficult to hear. Insignia tvs have decent sound. There are 2 hdmi connections and an adequate number of other connections. And Insignia tvs carry a 2 year warranty. This is a decent tv for a great price.

Amir Mathis says...

I am highly impressed with both the picture quality and sound from this 24 inch tv. Did I mention the sound quality?! I certainly agree with the other reviews on how nice the sound is. The picture is quite nice whether I use this tv either as a monitor for a pc or as a tv/with or without a DVD player. Setup was easy, and the remote works well -- I say this as someone who usually throws remotes away for small monitors/tvs/dvd players, but this remote/tv combination responds quickly and is well laid out. The user interface from the menu is a little basic compared to some other new tvs,A very good choice, especially for the price.

Allan Cook says...

I was a little hesitant because I'm unfamiliar with this brand but I was very impressed with the quality of the picture and sound plus all of the features of this TV at such a good price. I compared it in the store to a similar Samsung model and once I got it home compared it to my Sony Bravia set and this TV was nearly indistinguishable from them in terms of image quality. The remote and menu system are simple and logically laid out and it's very easy to adjust the settings, although the picture looked pretty good right out of the box. Very happy with this purchase.

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