Model # SE32HY10

Internet #204634862

SEIKI 32 in. Class LED 720p 60 Hz HDTV

Discontinued SEIKI

32 in. Class LED 720p 60 Hz HDTV

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Product Overview

The SEIKI SE32HY10 32 in. 720p LED with 60 Hz contains built-in technologies to deliver a clearer picture, including a 3D PAL/NTSC comb filter, 3D video noise reduction, over-the-air ATSC/NTSC RF input support, digital/analog channel auto tuning, V-CHIP/CCD/Favorite Channel support, and more. This TV features an easy-to-understand on-screen menu for adjusting the TV's settings. Adjust contrast and brightness, audio settings like bass and treble, or set a sleep timer, plus much more. The menu supports English, French, and Spanish. Easily connect your accessory components by utilizing the available multiple connections (including HDMI, VGA, Component, Audio and AV depending on the TV model) incorporated in the HDTV. Plus the TV's built-in speakers produce high-quality, crisp and clear audio stereo sound, powered by high-quality amplifiers.

  • 31.5 in. diagonal screen for smaller rooms
  • 720p resolution (1366 x 768 pixels)
  • 60Hz refresh rate for a smooth images
  • 3000:1 contrast ratio for vibrant colors
  • Two 8-Watt speakers with audio surround make it easy to hear everything
  • 3 HDMI inputs allow you to plug multiple devices in simultaneously
  • 1 USB port (service port only), 1 component input, 3.5mm stereo mini port
  • Includes a remote control with batteries and a stand
  • Built in 3D video noise reduction
  • 178° viewing angle makes it possible to watch TV from almost any location
  • 6.5 ms response time
  • VESA dimensions for wall mounting: 200mm x 200mm
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