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Sceptre 32" Class 1080P FHD LED TV X325BV-FSR

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Product Description

Escape into a world of splendid color and clarity with the X325BV-FSR. Clear QAM tuner is included to make cable connection as easy as possible, without an antenna. HDMI input delivers the unbeatable combination of high-definition video and clear audio. A USB port comes in handy when you want to flip through all of your stored pictures and tune into your stored music. More possibilities: with HDMI, VGA, Component and Composite inputs, we offer a convenient balance between the old and new to suit your diverse preferences.
Screen Size (Diag.): 31.5" Backlight Type: LED Resolution: 1080p Effective Refresh Rate: 60Hz Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Product Details

SKU 774297583 Brand Sceptre
Model Number X325BV-FSR UPC 792343232742
Color Black Pre Order False

Customer Reviews

Chris

4/5/2020 5:00:00 PM

GREAT For the Price!

I needed an inexpensive 1080p monitor. Understanding that this is an inexpensive TV, it is exceeding my expectations running as a computer monitor. It does not have the contrast that a high-end Samsung would, but it is also a third of the price. Gaming is still absolutely stunning, even with the actual 60 Hz refresh rate. At this price, you can't go wrong with this TV.

TruthfulReviews

7/19/2021 5:00:00 PM

FANTASTIC PICTURE. Has Tuner for OTA Channels

This is a real TV has a tuner for Local Antenna TV. The Picture is EXCEPTIONAL Full 1080 Picture VERY CLEAR. .. Speakers Are okay, and this is in the kitchen where there is quite a bit if noise and I can still hear just fine. Have a ROKU hooked up and a Fire stick Everything works EXCELLENT into week 2....wish I would have Bought 2 for the sale price and put one in the bedroom too...When it's on sale again I will grab another one

LESTER

4/29/2021 5:00:00 PM

As of right now, the sceptre is a good buy.

I like how easy it was to set up without even reading any instruction guide. This TV replaced a 32inch Element TV because the picture went black after nearly three years of service. The cost of the image chips within the old Element was not worth the repair after a lot of research. These flat screen TV's are so cheap now. The Element was $118.00 and this Sceptre was $129.00. If you purchase a flat screen for under $250.00 dollars, you're better off just replacing the TV when it goes out unless you are still in the warranty phase where you should be able to get another TV for free. PS: The sound has to be turned up a little higher than the old Element that I had but you still get a pretty decent sound in my opinion.

NT67

9/12/2021 5:00:00 PM

Great low cost television.

For a non-smart low-end 1080p television, I love this thing. The image is better than I expected. The only minor complaint I would have is perhaps the sound isn't top notch, but for the price it is completely fine.

Dennis

9/7/2021 5:00:00 PM

Speaks for it's self.

Viewing from the side becomes fuzzy. Sound is good (I have a good sound bar that I'm not going to use. This is my second Septure 32", the first one went strong for 10 years and the audio quality was not as good.

Termimus

4/5/2020 5:00:00 PM

Delivery took a while - using it as a computer monitor - had to adjust the screen settings using the remote. All-in-all, it makes a pretty good monitor.

quietguy

9/1/2021 5:00:00 PM

An OK TV for the price...

Good picture, poor sound from TV speakers. Understanding and using controls somewhat confusing. "Hook ups and attachments" can be confusing, although access is okay for the most part. Unknown reliability. My former set was a Vizio 50". Loved it, but picture died after less than 4 years - that Sucked.

Tom

9/27/2021 5:00:00 PM

Good TV

What I like about this TV is that it has 3 HDMI connections, the price when I bought it was only $160, so that was good, the sound is okay, but that is because most new TV's are so thin and small that they don't have space for good speakers, I plan on getting a soundbar, the built in tuner worked good with my indoor antenna, it's not 4k, but I have this in my gaming room/den so it's not needed, but it is full HD (1080P), whereas most TV's this size are only HD (720P), picture quality is good, one thing I did notice is at extreme angles, the picture is faded out, but no one would be viewing at those angles. It is not a smart TV, but I did no need a smart TV, because I already had a Roku to connect to it. Overall I am pleased with my purchase

John

9/23/2021 5:00:00 PM

Adequate - basically a monitor with an OTA tuner.

This TV has no wireless or ethernet capability and therefore can not be connected directly to the internet. This isn't a problem if you're a security minded person and never do this except for firmware upgrades. It does mean you'll need some type of streaming box to watch anything beyond over-the-air. There isn't any documented procedure for upgrading the firmware which must be done via USB. This is a short coming. There aren't any screws for mounting to a 100mm x 200mm mount. This is a short coming. My wife thinks the default picture from our streaming box is very good. The 3 HDMI inputs make adding a second or third connection easy. Overall satisfactory.

Darren

6/6/2021 5:00:00 PM

Horrible Experience.

Defective right out of the box,unfortunately the new one was to replace one like it that only lasted a yr. before the back light dimmed. If it did not need to match up to two others as computer displays I would not get another one, which now cost $50.00 more to get. Horrible experience and weeks in delays.