Presentation of the Thomson 32HD3326
Concerning technology, it is worth noting that this model is delivered with a HD resolution.
TV design presentation Thomson 32HD3326
Very different from its predecessors, the brand tries here to differentiate itself to meet the needs of consumers.
This new Thomson 32HD3326 is rather flat.
With its screen surface of 32 inches, As far as the base is concerned, there are also things to say. Indeed it has a double base, in which we have a division where each part of the base has its place. With this, the TV is exactly the same on both sides, thus creating a very symmetrical and stylish TV that can be enjoyed in any room.
32HD3326 from Thomson – The screen
With this new model, Thomson confirms one of its technological choices. The quality of the LED gives an excellent rendering.
With regard to the display, the company proposes a HD resolution. Beyond its size, we are still in front of a beautiful quality screen.
Even better, thanks to its advanced technology, the screen of this television provides a HD quality resolution.
32HD3326 from Thomson – The sound
The television set is equipped with two baffles and a power output of 5 W.
32HD3326 from Thomson – Embedded intelligence
A detail is to be taken into account in the decision to purchase this 32HD3326 Thomson: there is no smart TV. Good or bad news, I can’t say. Anyway, for those who would like this TV and this feature, you know what to do: buy a TV-Box in addition.
Technical characteristics of the Thomson 32HD3326
Here is a summary chart of the technical features of the TV:
|Sizes of the television without stand||73.5 cm x 43.5 cm x 8 cm|
|Screen size in inches||32|
|Display system||Direct LED|
|Tuners available||DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C|
|Number of tuners||4|
|Number of USB ports||1|
|Number of HDMI ports||2|
|Number of audio outputs||1|
|Number of audio inputs||0|
|Component Input (YpbPr)||Yes|
|Composite Input (Video)||Yes|
|Power consumption||50 W|
Our conclusion on the Thomson 32HD3326
Negative point on this 32HD3326 is the absence of smart tv. It’s surprising in this day and age. But since we’re in a low-end product, why not.
With its Direct LED panel, this TV is doing better than average. The lighting is uniform.
This TV has the correct resolution, nothing more. Producing and marketing TVs today in HD is often sufficient and well suited for ‘basic’ uses. But this standard will certainly be outdated in a few years’ time. It is therefore a temporary and/or occasional choice. You’ve been warned.