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32" Full HD Smart TV

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Toshiba 32" HD LED TV (2015)


The detailed specifications, photos and introductory video of the Toshiba 32" HD LED TV (32E2533DG). The list of the competitors most often compared to the Toshiba 32" HD LED TV.

The Toshiba 32" HD LED TV (32E2533DG) released in 2015.

Toshiba 32" HD LED TV is a HD Ready 720p television. This TV's LED backlighting is even more efficient than standard fluorescent backlighting. The 32" HD LED TV has Analog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM), DVB-C, DVB-T tuner(s).

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Toshiba 32" HD LED TV (32E2533DG) specifications



The Toshiba 32" HD LED TV is an Edge-lit TV. The Edge-lit on the other hand has LED lights that go around the edges of the frame. Screen size is measured in inches, diagonally from corner to corner. A refresh rate is a measure of how often a TV changes the picture. The higher the refresh rate, the more pictures are displayed per second. Television aspect ratio refers to the screens width compared to its height.

Screen size
80 cm
Aspect ratio
1366 x 768 px
HD 720p
Backlight type
Edge LED
Refresh rate
60 Hz
300 cd/m2
Response time
9.5 ms
Contrast ratio
5000:1 (static), 12500:1 (dynamic)
Viewing angle
178° / 178°




The 32" HD LED TV has PVR (eprsonal video recorder) functionality.

Active Backlight Control
Digital Noise Reduction
Dolby Digital Plus


2 x 7 W


1 x 3.5 mm Audio Out
1 x AV Component
1 x AV Composite
1 x Antenna
1 x CI+ 1.3
1 x D-sub
2 x HDMI
1 x Optical Audio Out
1 x USB 2.0


These dimensions are measured without the stand.

28.9 x 17.2 x 3.3 inches
73.4 x 43.8 x 8.4 cm
13.4 lbs
6.1 kg


The typical power consumption is measured with the equipment 40% loaded at a temperature of 25°C.

51 W (max)
32 W (eco)
0.39 W (off)


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This 32-inch Fire TV is just $119 on Amazon right now

By Tom Pritchard

Get a smart TV for less thanks to Black Friday

Black Friday deals are here, and things aren’t going to be slowing down with November 27 just days away. Among this year’s deals have been a massive number of TV deals, including this one from Amazon.

For a limited time Amazon is selling this 32-inch Toshiba Fire TV Edition for just $119. That’s $60 off the normal price, and one of the best low-cost Black Friday TV deals we've seen so far.

32" Toshiba Fire TV Edition: was $179 now $199 @ Amazon
Just like having a Fire TV stick, complete with all the streaming and Alexa you could ask for, but built directly into your TV. It's not the biggest or flashiest TV out there, but if you need a low-cost TV for your kitchen then you can't go wrong with this.View Deal

This TV may have a 720p resolution cap, but there’s an awful lot more to love. The main thing being that it’s a Fire TV Edition, which means it’s running the same Fire OS software as the Fire TV stick. The advantage being, of course, that you don’t have to use up one of its ports for a streaming stick.

Plus, this Toshiba TV has the Alexa Voice Remote, which means you can control what’s on TV with voice commands rather than messing with buttons and navigating menus. Alexa can also be used to control your smart home devices, and do all the other things you’d normally do with an Echo.

Other features include Wi-Fi connectivity, three HDMI ports and a single USB port. It may not be the biggest or flashiest TV around, but it is still extremely good value and is perfect if you’re looking for a cheap TV.

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Tom covers a little bit of everything at Tom’s Guide, ranging from the latest electric cars all the way down to hot takes on why Christopher Nolan is wrong about everything. Appliances are also muscling their way into his routine, which is a pretty long way from his days as Editor at Gizmodo UK. He’s usually found trying to squeeze another giant Lego set onto the shelf, draining very large cups of coffee, or complaining that Ikea won’t let him buy the stuff he really needs online. 

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The Toshiba 32LF221U19 32-inch Fire TV Edition is a more economical smart TV than even the Element Fire TV Editions from last year, and the addition of Alexa integration is a nice benefit on paper.


  • Very Inexpensive
  • Built-in Amazon Fire TV
  • Alexa integration


  • Middling black levels
  • Mediocre contrast
  • Modest color range

The Toshiba 32LF221U19 confirms that Amazon Fire TV platform can be put directly on any TV, without the need for a separate media streamer. Amazon continued its Fire TV push with a new partner in 2018. If you need the newest model with Fire TV built-in, Toshiba is now you go-to model, with the Toshiba Fire TV Edition. The panels are available in different in different sizes – Toshiba 32LF221U19 (32-inch – HD), Toshiba 43LF621U19 (43-inch – 4K UHD), and Toshiba 55LF711U20 (55-inch, 4K Ultra HDR).

All TVs in this series are even less expensive than the Element/Westinghouse Fire TV Edition, and the 55-inch model now supports high dynamic range (HDR). The Toshiba 32-inch TV we’re reviewing is the most affordable in this series, it’s functional, but the 720p resolution keeps it from being nearly as strong a recommendation as our Editors’ Choice for budget TVs, the 32-inch 1080p TCL 32S327 Roku Smart TV.


The Toshiba 32-inch TV looks very plain, unlike the pricey so do its larger siblings, with a minimalist glossy plastic bezel around the screen measuring 0.7 inches wide on the sides and top, and 1.3 inches on the bottom edge. There’s an infrared receiver for the remote on the lower right corner, with a Toshiba logo in the center of the bottom bezel. It stands on two feet that are equally nondescript, just glossy plastic feet extending from the bottom of the panel at an obtuse angle.

Still, for a budget TV, the design is quite functional, and like most value TVs, it won’t wow on style. Around the back, there are three HDMI inputs, a USB port, and an optical audio output that sit almost a foot from the left edge, facing left.

Others include an Ethernet port, antenna/cable connector, and an RCA composite video input that face downward, but in the same location. That’s about the same I/O options you find on pricey panels like the Samsung UN40NU7100FXZA. A combo of power/input button rests on the lower right corner at the back of the TV, and that wraps everything for physical controls.

Toshiba 32LF221U19 picture

Fire TV Remote

Also included in the package is a Fire TV remote, designed specifically for TVs, and rather big and more complex than the voice remote included with Amazon Fire TV media streamers. Nevertheless, it still is, a slim black plastic wand with a visible black circular navigation pad. Above the pad, there are three menu buttons and three playback buttons below it, while the power and microphone buttons are set on the top of the remote near a pinhole mic.

In fact, that’s the standard layout for Fire TV streamer remotes, only that Toshiba adds a volume rocker, mute and live TV buttons right below the playback controls. Also, they have introduced dedicated service buttons for Amazon Prime Video, HBO, Netflix, and PlayStation Vue. In addition to Bluetooth, you have infrared on the remote, so you can use it to control the TV if the Bluetooth connection drop, without having to re-pair the remote first.

Toshiba 32LF221U19 remote

Fire TV OS and Alexa

The Amazon Fire TV platform is created in such a way you can use your existing Amazon account to transact on app downloads, renting or buying media, and with an Amazon Prime membership you can access a wide selection of movie streams, TV shows, and music stream as well. So, you’ll need to sign in with your Amazon account to access most of the Fire TV features. However, unlike the typical Fire TV media streamer, you readily don’t need an Amazon account to use the Fire TV Edition.

Still, most users with an active internet connection will want to use their Amazon account to access the full features on the Toshiba 32LF221U19, based on just how enhanced it is as a smart TV platform. With Fire TV, you can access most major streaming services, including Amazon’s very own Video and music, Crunchyroll, Hulu, Netflix, PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, Spotify, and Twitch. Missing from the TV Ecosystem are Google Play Movies & TV as well as Google Play Music. Surprisingly, YouTube loads only via the FireFox or Silk web browsers, instead of its own dedicated app.

Alexa voice assistant access is included in the Fire TV, which you can launch and use by simply pressing the microphone button on the remote and speaking into it. It’s hands-free, just like ab Echo or Echo Spot, but fully functional out of the box with a button press. Again, you can pair the TV with an Echo to access Alexa through the TV hands-free and use your voice to control it.


The Toshiba 32LF221U19 uses a 720p resolution panel, which is the lowest any TV can go lately, but that doesn’t necessarily spoil the party here. Its feature offering and specs are very solid for an entry-level, budget TV that competes with monitors in pricing. This Toshiba 32-inch TV doesn’t support high dynamic range (HDR), a feature that’s only available in the 55-inch Toshiba 55LF711U20, that boasts a crisp 4K resolution.

With that limitation, you aren’t getting particularly wide color gamut on the 32-inch model, and it doesn’t exceed broadcast standards with fairly undersaturated reds. The rest of the colors are well balanced, not tinted, though, not the very vivid, something you expect from a 720p panel. For comparison, the similarly priced TCL 32S327 offers brighter colors, better peak brightness and wide color gamut, thanks to a 1080p resolution panel.

Despite the hum-hum contrast and limited color range on the Toshiba 32-inch TV, BBC’s Seven Worlds, One Planet on HD looks quite nice on it. You can pick fine details like feathers and leaves, but they aren’t as vivid as they are on the Toshiba 55-inch 4K TV. Sunny scenes are bright for our liking, but the panel’s low contrast means that shadows tend to look a bit blown out against the light. Sure, this isn’t the best picture you can find even on a budget TV, but it manages to look quite good considering the existing limitations.

Toshiba 32LF221U19 ports

Input lag and Power Consumption

Input lag is the time a display takes to update after receiving a signal. The Toshiba 32-inch TV shows varying capabilities in different modes. In Movie mode, the 32LF221U19 shows a poor 70.7ms input lag, but switching to Game mode cuts down to an acceptable 40.1ms, but still too high for us to consider it good for TV gaming. On the other hand, the TCL 32S327 and the 39-inch Insignia NS-39DF510NA19 both offer much better performance, respectively lagging only 17.6 and 15.9ms in their Game modes.

Power consumption on the Toshiba 32-inch TV is rather pedestrian, without any specific power-saving features or modes available, though you can save a bit of electricity by dimming the backlight. Under normal viewing conditions, it consumes 97 watts of power, while its 4K version consumes 137 watts, which we attribute to the high-res display.


The Toshiba 32-inch Fire TV Edition is a more economical smart TV than even the Element Fire TV Editions from last year, and the addition of Alexa integration is a nice benefit on paper. It does make significant compromises in picture to hit the sweet low price, however, resulting in downright poor black level and color range, but that’s to be expected when you find a 32-inch TV for less $200. Still, the Amazon Fire TV platform is robust with useful features that will blend well for home users looking for a small kitchen/bedroom smart TV.

Is there a better alternative?

Those who value a more balanced mix of usability and performance may want to closely check out the TCL 32S327 Roku Smart TV mentioned above. That TV comes as the base 32-inch model with a 1080p resolution display, but it doesn’t come in a 55-inch model, topping out at 55 inches.

If you want a giant screen on a tight budget, the 55-inch Toshiba 55LF711U20 is a recommendable choice, offering the full Fire TV Edition experience in a 4K HDR screen, but costs much less than competing 55-inch smart TVs.

Should you buy it?

Yes. If you want the extensive Amazon Fire TV features while spending as little as possible, the Toshiba 32LF221U19 is great buy. Otherwise, the 32-inch TCL 32S327 remains our Editors’ Choice, even though it uses Roku TV Smart Features, instead of Amazon Fire TV Edition in the Toshiba 32-inch TV.

TCL 32S327 32-Inch 1080p Roku Smart LED TV (2018 Model)

TCL 32S327 32-Inch 1080p Roku Smart LED TV (2018 Model)


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as of October 17, 2021 11:57 am

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The Toshiba 32L310U20 is part of the Televisions test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, TVs models like the 32L310U20 are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.

HD picture quality Evaluated using basic HD content (non-HDR). Based on objective tests and subjective evaluations by expert testers after TV is adjusted using standard picture controls to achieve the highest-fidelity image possible. Tested image attributes include detail, color accuracy, and contrast, using videos from a Blu-ray player, cable box, and professional broadcast equipment. All video content is played through the TV's HDMI inputs. Some tests are also performed via the TV USB input.

UHD picture quality Evaluated using basic, non-HDR, 4K-UHD content. (HDR content is tested separately) Based on objective tests and subjective evaluations by expert testers after TV is adjusted using standard picture controls to achieve the highest-fidelity image possible. Tested image attributes include detail, color accuracy, and contrast, using signals from a Blu-ray player, cable box, and professional broadcast equipment. All video content is played through the TV's HDMI inputs. Some tests are also performed via the TV USB input.

HDR HDR (High Dynamic Range) indicates how effectively the TV can reproduce the enhanced quality of HDR content. The benefits of HDR are best revealed on a display with a high peak brightness capability which allows them to present images with more realistic lighting and highlights. Very effective HDR can also reproduce fine gradations of shadow detail from black to white, and display a wider range of colors. Ineffective HDR presents images that are no better than regular standard dynamic range (SDR) TVs.

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