LG 32LE5300 Television Review-Poor Value

June 16, in LED television

This is a bit of a surprise to me, frankly.  I’m normally all right with the smaller televisions, especially those from LG.  LG usually puts out a pretty good brand, but today they’re going to unnerve me with one of their newest offerings, the LG 32LE5300.

The LG 32LE5300 is a thirty two inch 1080p LED television that offers XD Engine to improve the major points of picture quality (brightness, contrast, detail, colors and signal noise), TruMotion 120Hz to reduce blurring in high-speed sequences, a variety of picture, A/V and color temperature modes, two ten watt speakers with Infinite Sound 2-way surround , one RF input, two A/V inputs, two component video inputs, four HDMI inputs, one PC input, one PC audio input, one optical digital audio output, and one headphone jack.

And sure, this sounds like a pretty nice television.  Lots of inputs with even decent consideration given to the older equipment, a nice picture, good quality audio–on the surface, this looks like a downright exciting television.  But then, you haven’t heard the worst of it yet.

This television runs you nine hundred bucks at Best Buy.  Yes, almost a thousand bucks for a thirty two inch television.  I personally find that ridiculously overpriced.  Sure, it’s a good television, but they’re probably charging almost double what they should be charging.

You can do a whole lot better than this one, even though the television itself isn’t a bad one–it’s just so wildly out of line for what it should be that it makes the LG 32LE5300 an extremely poor value.

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