Changhong 32" 1080p LED HDTV Was $350 | Now $211.49 With Exclusive Coupon Code & Free Shipping @ Newegg.ca

15 June 2015

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If you want moderate sized high definition TV, this is your deal. The Changhong 32” 1080 LED HDTV was $350 and is on sale for $234.99. Use our exclusive coupon code and the price drops to only $211.49. Free shipping is also available for this TV.

Bargainmoosers, make sure to use our exclusive coupon code MOOSE615CAEX and save an extra 10% off your order. That drops this TV an additional $23.50 in price making it a nice deal for a small high definition TV.

These days everyone is trying to find the best media solution and there are a million different options. Chromecast, Netflix, Apple, cable DVDs, Blu-rays plus all the TV companies are looking for your dollar. Many high definition TVs now have turned to smart TVs that come embedded with a variety of services. The kicker is often you can bypass the extra price tag for those services simply by hooking up your laptop with your own HDMI cord, buy a small device like Chromecast to view wirelessly or hook up a game system you might already own.

For those of you who have been looking for a modest-sized TV, the Changhong 32” is here to fit the bill at a low price while giving you a great picture. I have been keeping an eye out for a tv like this for my friends cottage, they wanted something for rainy days. This TV has an LED screen with the capacity to run at 1080 pixels. The size of this TV makes it ideal for bedrooms and small living spaces. Your new TV includes three HDMI inputs and a USB for all of your media connecting needs. This is a slim TV with a narrow bezel. The sleek profile will give your entertainment system a modern look in your home. This TV also comes with a limited one-year warranty. This TV does have some mobile connectivity possibilities and is Roku compatible though I am finding they are not clear on what features are included with the mobile app other than Roku. Roku itself is not included, you would need to purchase the Roku streaming stick separately such as this streaming stick at Staples Canada for $49.99.

Price Comparison

Over at TigerDirect.ca, I found a Seiki brand tv with some smart tv capabilities such as streaming Netflix for $285.99. Best Buy Canada has a similar Insignia 32” high definition TV with the Roku features embedded into the TV for $338.99. If you want the Roku, you are better off buying our TV and then purchasing the Roku streaming stick, you still come out ahead. When I was doing my research, I did find several other tvs that were in this $200 price point at this 32” size. The difference is this TV has the high definition 1080p option that the other TVs do not have. To get that high definition 1080p at this 32” size, you are then jumping up another $150-$200 to a name brand TV. For example if you were to head over to Walmart.ca right now and look at all of the 32” HD TVs, they range from $377 to $407 for that high definition feature and are all known brands. If you are looking for a basic model that you can hook up to your media however you like, this model at Newegg.ca is a great way to go.

Reviews

Several reviews mentioned that this TV's default setting is a 720p resolution, but you can change the settings to get the full 1080 resolution. Most reviewers seem happy with this TV and have adapted it also to use as a monitor or for gaming systems. Here is one gamer’s review.

I have this TV hooked up to my Xbox one, which I use for my main entertainment system. Everything has been working great since I purchased it in November during black Friday sales. Picture is great, no issues with adjusting sound and using vocal commands through my Kinect.

If you are looking for a smaller TV with a big picture, this is a great buy. Newegg.ca also has great service from my own personal past experiences. I would not hesitate to buy a bigger ticket item as in the past the customer care took good care of me without hassle.

(Expiry: 21st June 2015)

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