Coby's LEDTV3256 32" HD TV is full-featured in both image and sound quality and is designed to use very little power. Life expectancy of the LED backlight and thus of the TV itself is 30,000 hours, which at 5 hours a day comes out to about 15 years. The TV is slim -- under 2" thick -- and has a 16:9 wide-screen. You can mount it on an included stand or on a wall by means of optional 200 x 100mm VESA mounting brackets.
The outstanding qualities of the TV are high-definition picture, surround sound, automatic image-improving features, and a useful set of inputs, including three HDMI ports that enable various devices, like Blu-ray players, to neatly be connected.
Full-Featured in Image & Sound Quality
High-definition picture, surround sound audio, digital and analog inputs and more.
720p HD Enjoy clear detail in high-definition 1280 x 720 progressive resolution.
SRS TruSurround XT Clear and enveloping surround sound using only the TV's two built-in speakers.
5.1 Surround Sound Add an optional sound receiver or other compatible device and enjoy 5.1 channels of sound, meaning connect five speakers and one subwoofer, with each of the five speakers delivering a separate channel, a different sound.
Digital Noise Reduction Improves the appearance of slight imperfections in picture quality, "pixel" imperfections sometimes caused in the transmission process, such as when streaming from the web.
Native Contrast Ratio The higher a contrast ratio, the sharper colors are -- blacks are blacker, whites are whiter. The Native Contrast Ratio feature does its best to deliver an image as much as possible with the detail it was shot in.
HDMI and VGA This TV features HDMI, Component, Composite, VGA and audio connections, enabling you to plug in pretty-much any device -- Blu-ray and DVD players, for example, by HDMI, and computers by VGA. Three HDMI input ports are available and all three are HDCP (copy protection) compliant.
Estimated Yearly Energy Cost An FTC-supported Energy Guide estimates a yearly electricity use of 85.27 kWh and a yearly energy cost of $9.38. The cost is based on a rate of 11 cents per kWh and a usage of 5 hours per day. Standby power is less than 0.5 watts.