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[Best Buy] Insignia 32" 1080p HD LED TV (NS-32D510NA19) for $129.99

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[Best Buy] Insignia 32" 1080p HD LED TV (NS-32D510NA19) for $129.99

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  • 32-inch LED TV with Full HD 1080p resolution offers dynamic and sharp images
  • 60Hz refresh rate enhances your viewing experience by reducing motion blur, making images appear smooth and lifelike
  • 2 HDMI inputs allow you to connect various home theatre peripherals such as a gaming console, Blu-ray player, or laptop
  • 5-watt speakers produce powerful sound for all your entertainment
  • Multiple TV modes with handy preprogrammed pre-sets include Energy Saving, Vivid, Standard, Movie, Game, Custom
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need to add $20 EHF fee - at least for Ontario

still, decent price
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I own that TV. It does what a TV should do. Not a great monitor, but easy to overlook at this price point
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well there is still someone that does not think this is a good price point.

LED/1080P for $130, i think it is insane

I have an older model Insignia that is we use everyday for last 7 years.
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Would this function well as a monitor for my racing rig..?
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immad01 wrote: well there is still someone that does not think this is a good price point.

LED/1080P for $130, i think it is insane
Not many competition in this size with 1080p. I wouldn't call it insane, still I am thinking seriously buying this 32" to use with my treadmill.
The best value right now are for 55" 4k, getting a 55" 4K tv for less than $300 is insane. However, I have nothing to do with a 55" TV.

Thanks OP.
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SynGamer wrote: Would this function well as a monitor for my racing rig..?
Most likely. Response time would probably not be the best, but not a big issue with race games
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Thanks OP, I'm actually contemplating the open box option. For my use, which is a secondary screen behind the bar, I'm not looking for amazing quality.
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mre wrote: Thanks OP, I'm actually contemplating the open box option. For my use, which is a secondary screen behind the bar, I'm not looking for amazing quality.
Was going to do the same, but sold out for that.
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i use a small insignia in the kitchen, not a bad product
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I bought the FireTV version of this tv two weeks ago for the same price
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bridonca wrote: Most likely. Response time would probably not be the best, but not a big issue with race games
Make sure you fiddle with all the settings as all TVs are different how to get the best input lag as you can see here :
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I keep an eye on Kijiji for cheap used TVs for gaming, playing with friends on multiple screens. I've purchased very old TVs over 40" for $40, and not too old 40" TVs that are decent brands like LG, for $100, and a couple in between. What I almost never see though is TVs around 30" that are 1080p, which is actually the size I would have gone with if I had.

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