Watch your favorite programs with this 32-inch Insignia LED TV, which delivers 720p resolution for vivid detail. Enjoy the rich colors and clear picture in any lighting condition, and connect to your home network by using the built-in Wi-Fi connectivity to access streaming content. Download the Roku application to your phone to control this Insignia LED TV.
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Great TV w/ Roku Built-in
Posted by: chrispens from: on
This tv was a replacement for our bedroom tv. We previously had a Roku 3 connected to our tv so setting up this tv was a snap. About the actual tv...great picture quality even at 720 dpi. Super thin and very sturdy legs on each end of the screen. Having three HDMI inputs is great. The Roku style remote will be very foreign to users that have not used one before, but the instruction sheet is great and learning the buttons comes natural.
Think of the TV as a Roku device with a screen and inputs for your cable/sat set top box. Everything is based on the Roku OS (Operating System). Connecting your other devices are easy, especially if they are HDMI. Make sure the devices are connected and powered on and the TV will do the rest.
There are some reviews that mention the TV is not very loud. Our TV is set up in our bedroom where we have a window A/C unit. We have no problems hearing the TV over the A/C unit.
Lastly, the remote has a built-in headphone jack. When you plug in headphones the TV is muted and the sound plays only through the headphones. This combined with a super easy to use sleep timer makes the TV a great device for the night owl that does not want to wake up their significant other.
88 out of 97 found this review helpful.
Great bedroom/dorm TV
Posted by: KajeX from: SLC, UT on
I've never owned Insignia TVs before. I normally only purchase more expensive brands, so my expectations were a bit low. I was pleasantly surprised with this TV.
• Full Roku support and can play most channels. Seems faster than my old Roku 2.
• Wifi enabled
• Simple remote that I actually like. I love the volume rocker on the side of the remote. Very easy to navigate.
• Each of your TV inputs show up on the Roku screen as their own "channel" that you pick the label for.
• Supports HDMI ARC, Optical, and basic HDMI CEC controls
• Roku phone/tablet app can be used to control the TV
• 720p resolution. Not full HD, but for the price, it's hard to complain.
• Roku app has a power button. You cannot turn the TV on with it. (I know. Overly critical point, but without the original remote, it's very hard to find the button to turn it on.)
• HDMI CEC functionality is limited. You can turn on and off a receiver by turning on and off the TV, but you cannot use media player controls to operate another media player like a Fire Stick or Raspberry Pi. Navigation buttons, play, pause, stop, and other media buttons do nothing to attached HDMI devices even with HDMI CEC turned on. The instruction manual on the Insignia website seems to contradict this fact. I tried several HDMI CEC playback devices, and none of them would work with this TV.
• There's no way to actually label inputs other than the handful of presets already programmed into the TV. There are many presets, but it would be nice if the channel were labeled better.
• TV has difficulty passing 5.1 surround from TV inputs to a receiver. To be honest though, I doubt most people are hooking this TV up to a surround sound system given the price.
• Not compatible with Playstation Vue or Ultraflix channels, though all other major channels seem to be compatible.
At the end of the day, this is a really decent TV that requires nothing to be hooked up to it to sit down and watch a movie or TV show. It's a very easy to use TV that would be great as a gift for parents or children. The fact that it's wifi enabled would make a great wall-mounted TV as it can do most video services without anything hooked up. The cons listed above do not detract from making this a very decent secondary TV.
35 out of 36 found this review helpful.
Posted by: JBPpa from: on
I tend to go for high end tv's (Samsung/Sony) but since this one was for my 7 year old's bedroom I didn't figure she'd even be able to notice the difference. I currently have 60" and 40" Samsungs and this thing is right there as far as vibrance and clarity. Speakers seemed pretty immersive for such a small tv as well. The best thing about it (especially for a kid) is how easy is to navigate, with roku and all of your inputs being all together in one home dashboard. I highly recommend this TV to anyone wanting a smaller, affordable TV for a kid and for those that want a good streaming experience on a budget.
19 out of 20 found this review helpful.
Great product for the price....
Posted by: robo from: on
I purchased the Insignia 32" Smart Tv with built Roku player. It's great , the picture is very sharp and clear, the sound is great from those rear speakers and connecting with my Roku account was a breeze. Also with this TV you only have one remote which makes it easier to use. This Tv replaced a 32" Samsung and while I'm a Samsung guy through and through this Insignia Tv is great !!!
28 out of 32 found this review helpful.
Good idea but flawed implementation
Posted by: laser128 from: on
I have a couple of Roku 3 boxes for streaming from HBO Go, Charter Spectrum, Plex and other providers. So when it came time to buy a TV for my office, I bought an Insignia with the Roku built in. The concept is great -- single remote with all the Roku channels in a familiar interface and support for other source devices like Apple TV, a Cable Box, Blu-Ray Player, etc.
Unfortunately the implementation is flawed. The Roku TV is running an earlier version of the Roku OS than the Roku 3 is running (7.0.2 versus 7.2.0). I didn't realize it was a problem until Charter updated their Spectrum app which worked on Roku 3 but would no longer load on the Roku TV. When NBC released it's subscription sports app (NBC Sports Gold) at the end of June, it worked great on Roku 3, but doesn't load on the Roku TV. I contacted Roku, Insignia, Charter and NBC but nobody took ownership of the problem and so I'm left with a Roku TV that isn't compatible with 2 very important streaming apps. My only option at this point is to buy another Roku 3 box and connect it to the Roku TV. Sounds like a Monty Python skit. So I would highly recommend not buying a Roku TV from Isnigia, Sharp or any other vendor.
45 out of 63 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Melo from: on
What I love about the TV is the Roku.
I mounted the tv in the breakfast nook and I don't have to put an extra line and cable box to watch my local channels, ESPN, HGTV, etc...I recommended it to my sister and she bought one at Bestbuy too.
14 out of 18 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Gonzo122 from: on
It's hard to get good and cheap but this fits the bill.
Hook up any hdmi device whether it be blu ray player , Xbox one, PS4, etc.
It's 720p and has built in Roku which means it's interface has apps to watch movies through Netflix, Hulu,Etc. Intuitive menu interface.It's a decent Set for a kids bedroom or secondary room.
It has DLNA! This means it auto detects any media library you have setup from your PC like plex or kodi. Stream all your ripped and digitally acquired media.
Tiny remote, it will get lost if you are not careful.
It has optical port for Headsets or home threaten amp an odd choice for its screen size but good benefit.
The sound is Nice but tends the play up the background music , they have presets for sound but it's easy to drown out vocals.
It has a good picture and good niche features and happens to be cheap. A pleasant surprise.
16 out of 22 found this review helpful.
Decent set with some issues
Posted by: cbhardt from: Branford, CT on
Does not load the required version of Roku (minimum of 7.1) to allow access to Playstation Vue in streaming channels.
10 out of 13 found this review helpful.
Designed for Streaming
Posted by: CHDinCT from: on
If your looking for a TV predominantly for streaming shows, etc., this is a good set to go with. Has dedicated buttons on the remote for the popular streaming services but also when you first turn it on just using the power button, it displays icons for all the services you've set up in your Roku account, including various free services. Alternatively, you can select the icon for any one of the wired connections (e.g., HDMI) if you're connected to a cable or sat service too.
We set this up in one of our bedrooms where there is no cable outlet. Connected easily to our wireless router. So far we've used it to stream Netflix and some of the free streaming services. Didn't want to spend a lot on a TV for the second bedroom so we opted for this inexpensive Insignia set. Picture quality is better than I expected. Haven't connected it to our sat service yet, but will do so eventually. My only small complaint is lack of understanding of the remote functions, of which there are few vs a regular TV. Still a bit confused on how to navigate within Netflix, for example, using the various buttons, but not too big a deal overall.
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
I got just what i was looking for but bad picture
Posted by: Publubber from: on
I was looking for a TV for my kitchen and den. It had to be a 32" to fit the window and I was looking for something cheap since it won't be used often. It's meant to be utilitarian for cooking/cleaning and when we have guests and actually using our den. My wife had placed a small TV on the sill and I hated it as I thought it looked trashy from the den side. But since there is no other good place for a TV in our kitchen I got to thinking and had the idea of mounting it so that it could be used in our den too since we didn't have a TV in there. So I had the idea of using an articulating arm mount, as shown. I measured the window and determined a 32" would be ideal. Then I got to shopping. Given that we are "cord cutters" I loved that this TV had Too I built in. I hate our smart Vizio and every other smart device I ever operated. But I love Roku so settled on this one. Watched it for a while and when it went down to $140 I pulled the trigger. The pros are obviously the low cost and Tom I built in so we have fewer wires. The cons are that the picture is bad and the remote doesn't have numbers on it. In watching the World Series and the picture is so bad that batters faces look very cartoonish. I haven't watched anything else so I would have to defer to my wife. The remote is just a glorified Tom I remote with volume buttons on the side. So when in antenna or (cable) mode there is no way to change the channel without scroll g through them manually. It was very frustrating going from 49 to 8. We live in the New Orleans market so there are still quite a few channels even with just an antenna. Obviously, if you have a cable box, this won't be an issue. In conclusion, I got just want I wanted. A cheap 32" TV with built in Roku, but the picture is bad and the longevity is yet to be determined. With that said, I hardly ever write reviews and just took this opportunity to show off my ingenuity and handiwork!