It’s a strange thing, folks, but in all the time I’ve been writing about television sets here, I haven’t come across very many Dynexes. Is it Dynexes? Or Dynexii? Well, no matter. Anyway, Dynex isn’t a model that’s come up very often, and this is something of a surprise because they seem to be a very good model, or at least that’s what I thought the last time I took one on, which was also the FIRST time I took one on. And so today I tackle the Dynex DXL4010A .
The Dynex DXL4010A is a forty inch 1080p LCD television with two ten watt speakers, two composite inputs, two component video inputs, three HDMI inputs, one PC input, one RF input, one S-video input, one audio output, one optical digital audio output and one headphone jack, for those nights when you want to watch television late and not wake anyone up.
The Dynex DXL4010A has a terrific looking picture and decent sound (which is probably to be expected from lower wattage speakers like these), plus a fairly simple control style, so when you add these all together you get a system that actually looks pretty sweet.