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32 Inch Coby LCD HDTV For $169.99

Big thing comes with big price. But new 32-inch Coby LCD HDTV may be braking the rule. The price is being told $169.99. Surprised? Yes my friend, you have heard the right figure. COBY is a refurbish product. Lets find out some details.

Include a sleep timer and closed captioning, with the 720p (1366 x 768) native pixel resolution and 6000:1 contrast ratio (provides a high level of contrast between light and dark), Coby TFTV3227-Z 32″ HDTV comes along with stunning picture quality for immersive entertainment. In fact, 60Hz panel, 3 HDMI inputs and 20-watt speakers makes the difference from other TVs. To operate the TV, there is a Remote that runs through 2 AAA batteries.

As, COBY is refurbished, so might seem to us that, its parts has no warranty. But surprisingly the good news is, it comes with a 1-year parts warranty too. For kind information, the Product Features are :

* 31-1/2″ screen measured diagonally from corner to corner. Optimal for viewing in medium-size rooms

* Digital noise reduction
Advanced processing techniques improve the appearance of DVDs, TV broadcasts, streaming video and analog connections for striking clarity

* High brightness (450 cd/m²). For an arresting viewing experience

* 20W full-range stereo speaker system provides immersive audio. An S/PDIF audio output supports up to 5.1-channel surround sound

* Digital Coaxial audio output

* PC video input lets you connect your computer to experience high-resolution images

* Ultraslim design (3-3/4″ deep). Ideal for wall mounting (with optional mounting kit, not included). VESA 400mm x 200mm compliant

* Native contrast ratio (6000:1) ensures clear and vivid scenes

* 3 HDMI inputs
HDMI cable is NOT included. High-speed HDMI cable is the only connection that can deliver a full HDTV experience with a full 1080p picture and digital surround sound

Might not be the perfect one according to your demand, but sometime, cheap things have the ability decorate your dorm room or bedroom more than the expensive ones. What do you think, Guys? Do share with us.

Source : CNet, BestBuy

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