All of the gaming fans out there must be on the lookout for which TV is going to offer the best gaming experience. If you are on the lookout for the best 32 inch TV for gaming, then you have come to the right place. There are quite a few different televisions which can make the decision making process difficult, but having the right reviews can help to make that process easier. Find out the pros and cons to each of the top 32 inch TVs on this list, and hopefully those will make the process a bit more clear cut for you.

VIZIO E32-C1 32″ 1080p Smart LED HDTV


Pro: This television is simple to use, has Wi-Fi built in, dual HDMIs plus a USB port, and is a full smart TV
Con: The light bleeds out from the back, and the colors on this TV are quite dull

Overall, the VIZIO E32-C1 is listed as one of the best 32 inch TVs for gaming due to the fact that it’s affordable and has all of the capabilities gamers need right at their fingertips. It is easy to connect the different gaming systems to the ports, and simple to charge anything, or connect anything, that may require a USB as well.

Sony NSX-32GT1 32″ 1080p LED HDTV


Pro: Fully backlit, internet-ready television that has the power of Google TV behind it
Con: The TV is short-lived, and struggles to establish a connection with the internet according to many owners

The Sony NSX-32GT1 is a good TV for the price, if you want a Google TV. However, a lot of people are having trouble getting this television to last longer than a year. Many people like the features of this TV, including the full QWERTY keyboard on the remote. This makes looking things up online, or accessing the movies in the library associated with the apps of this TV, much easier.

Sharp LC-32LE653U


Pro: This TV is full of smart apps, offers Wi-Fi that is built in, and weighs less than 20 lbs
Con: The sound board sometimes goes out, the warranty does not cover replacement, and the power randomly switches from on to off, or back, without you doing anything

After buying the Sharp LC-32LE653U, most owners note that this television has issues with some of the boards inside the TV. Many owners have had to have the power and the sound boards replaced, and something about this TV creates the same issue over and over. Even with the new boards in the TV, the same issues tend to pop up.

TCL 32S3800 32″ 720p 60Hz Roku Smart LED TV


Pro: Full LED TV, 3 HDMI ports, and a single USB port
Con: Stops a lot while streaming, and poor packaging so units are often damaged upon arrival

The TCL 32S3800 is a good television for gaming with its three HDMI ports and one USB port. It allows you to have your cable plugged in, plus two gaming systems. The picture is large and clear, but if you spend a lot of time online, you may notice that some of the internet features lag up now and again.

Samsung UN32J5205


Pro: Offers Wi-Fi built in, has an incredibly clear picture, and the unit adjusts the brightness according to the brightness of the room it is used in
Con: The television is slow to respond, often requires updating, and has minimal useful apps

The Samsung UN32J5205 offers a spectacular picture, but the rest of the television is difficult for most users to get a grasp on. The purchase is for a high-end LED TV, that is also useful for gaming, but for younger generations that want to be able to game quickly and stream effortlessly, this television may prove difficult. This TV is probably ideal for older, more patient, consumers than young gamers.

LG Electronics 32LF5600


Pro: Strong color variations like plasma, 2 HDMI ports, and under 20 lbs
Con: Very few updates to remain compatible, a lot of glare, and regular audio issues

The LG 32LF5600 is good for gaming if you only have one gaming system to plug in. It’s got two HDMI cable inputs, so if you use one for TV programming, you are still good with your favorite gaming console. The glare can be handled by making sure you have the television placed properly in the room, and its lightweight design allows it to be easily moved.

Toshiba 32L2300U 32″ 720p LED HDTV


Pro: A full LED TV, one HDMI port, and a weight just over 12 lbs
Con: Only a single HDMI port, making gaming difficult, and the remote does not always like to work

The Toshiba 32L2300U is not an ideal television unit if you are looking to do any hardcore gaming. It only has a single HDMI port, meaning that if you watch TV on it, you have to flip out the HDMI with your gaming console to be able to use it. The weight makes changing it as necessary easy, but it would be more convenient if the unit was able to have additional HDMI ports.

*Any prices mentioned in the article were at the time of publishing and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

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