Funai LF320FX4F 32″ 60Hz 720p LED HDTV

Funai LF320FX4F 32” LED TV is going to be one of the cheapest LED TV available in the market this season. The Television will be available at $98 at Walmart during Black Friday.  Does this inexpensive 32” high definition TV offer any surprise? Let us start with its display panel – the size of display panel is 31.5” when measured diagonally and offers 1366 X 768 pixel , thus, it supports up to 720p high definition playback.

Funai LF320FX4F is integrated with clear Pix Engine plus which optimizes all video signals that include the external analog input as well. It helps in creating a natural, crisp and clearer image, by enhancing edges, color management, digital noise reduction and improving contrast. Overall, it enhances the picture quality. The dynamic contrast ratio of the TV is 5000:1. The refresh rate of this HDTV is 60 Hz which is standard for almost all budget televisions. Like I have said in earlier HDTV reviews, unless you are moving fast action scenes or sports, you will hardly notice any difference.   Buyers can use it as HD   monitor as well. If you are going to play games on it, sitting too nearer to the television set may cause pixelated mess.

Funai LF320FX4F LED HD Television comes with Built-in ATSC / NTSC Tuner. English, Spanish and French are supported on screen display languages. On Screen Display Control includes Picture, Sound and Child control. The television offers various picture modes – Personal, Standard, Vivid, Sports, Movie, Game and Eco. Available sound modes are Personal, Standard, Vivid, Sports, Movie, Music and News. Beside this, it also offers 5 Band Equalizer, Auto Volume Leveling and Virtual Surround Sound controls.  The best part of the television is that it comes with JPEG Photo Viewer and Motion JPEG playback which allows viewing photos and videos from your USB flash drive directly. All you need to do is to connect the USB flash drive to the USB Port of this TV and enjoy viewing your photos or watch movies. It features auto shut off.

Funai LF320FX4F comes with two 8 watt speakers, thus, you can’t expect home theater like experience with this kind of speakers. Best option would be to connect it with home theater or sound bar to enhance the sound experience.

Another noticeable feature of the 32” Funai LF320FX4F is that it comes with 3 HDMI ports, two on the side and one on the rear. It comes with one component video with L/R audio, Antenna in, VGA in or PC in. There is no composite input. The output includes digital audio out, headphone jack. The television is wall mountable.

28 Responses to Funai LF320FX4F 32″ 60Hz 720p LED HDTV

  1. Wylie says:

    Does it come with a VGA output on thi model?

  2. sue.rills@facebook.com says:

    Is it worth buying?

  3. Greg Cowell says:

    What are the size of this tv . How wide and how tall from top to bottom and side to side and are the speakers on the front or bottom of tv thanks Greg

    • wpadmin says:

      Dimensions with stand [WxHxD]: 29.70 x 20.30 x 7.10 inches and dimension without stand 29.70 x18.40 x 4.20 inches

      Size of display panel- 31.5 inches measured diagonally

  4. mark says:

    does it have built in antenna for local Hd broadcasts

  5. Nettie says:

    want to buy this as a gift for son, is it going to last, is it a decent quality? love a deal, dislike lemons.

  6. dwayne says:

    Stood in line for the deal at walmart today from 2pm till 6pm. had to get wristband and wait. got the tv home and the graphics and contrast/color is horrible. I give this tv a thumbs down.

  7. Richard says:

    Just got home and hooked this TV up… I must say, it has BLOWN ME AWAY at $98. It did look a little “flat” in terms of the picture out of the box, but the menus are great and a little bit of tweaking later, it looks wonderful. No input lag from the Xbox. No dead pixels, no spots, was a GREAT purchase, granted it lasts. It doesn’t got hot or even warm, really. I paid the extra $9 for the service plan so if it does crap out, at least I can get my money back or a new TV. Can’t beat it. By the way, it shows up on the receipt regularly costing $139.99, so when they do hit shelves later on, expect this to be the price point.

  8. 0zman says:

    I just purchased this never heard of before funai set from walmart for $98. Powered it on and was surprised that it actually has a good picture quality on both digital and analog cable channels. Both Blu ray and regular dvd picture quality is good too. I connected a dongle to the sets usb port and it read and played jpg and mpeg media files without any issues. This is a good tv set for the price and I hope it lasts a while and so this one is going on my boat.

  9. marlie fredette says:

    Just bought this and my son hooked it up to his xbox, but cannot find an output for his turtle beach xbox headphones. please help!

  10. laura r says:

    where are the speakers located? front, bottom??

  11. Diabase says:

    This is a great low end TV. Support provided by the manual and website is vaguer that the outside of the box implies. For example the box says the set has a USB port. The manual says:
    • We do not guarantee that all USB Memory Sticks can be supported by this unit.

    I’ve tried a half dozen USB Memory Sticks so far but none are supported and Funai doesn’t even hint to what devices are actually supported except that “A USB Memory Stick that requires its own driver or the device with a special system such as fingerprint recognition are not supported.” None of the devices I tried required special drivers etc.

    On the other hand the manual does specify a wall mount unit but that unit is very overpriced actually costing more than the TV set cost. Unfortunately there is no information about what wall mounting standards the set uses except that it uses four M4 x 12mm screws.

    The manual suggests connecting the set to a PC is best done through one of its HDMI ports but trying two different computers with HDMI outputs, and a few hours of research into settings, I still cannot get the HDMI to work.

    But for $98 at the Black Friday sale, and with VGA working adequately, I can afford to do more research about compatibility.

  12. Brad T. says:

    I bought this TV. Stood in line for 3 hours. It worked the first night. The second night I tried to turn it on and it had already broken. This TV is a serious piece of sh!t…

  13. Becky says:

    I bought this TV at the black Friday sale. But got a voucher and had to get online and now will pick it up at walmart. But they are out of this TV and we are getting Emerson 32″ 720p 60Hz LED HDTV. which do you think will be better?

  14. Adam Jones says:

    Hey guys, anyone who got this TV having serious issues with pixelation? Everything on my screen is pixelated to the point where I can’t even read text. Not sure how this can qualify as 720p when I can’t even read the letters on my screen. Happens through HDMI, composite, VGA, and even coaxial. Am I going to have to return it or is there a setting I’m missing?

  15. Kyle Merchant says:

    What setting do you need it to be on to see pic of xbox, and do you need hdmi cables?

    • wpadmin says:

      You need HDMI cable. Here you go…
      Connect the HDMI cable to the HDMI port.
      Connect the other end of the HDMI cable to the HDMI input on your Funai TV
      Turn on your TV and console.
      If you do not see the Xbox Dashboard when you turn on your TV and console, you might need to select the video input

  16. Darqueshi says:

    How can I connect this TV to my laptop so I can watch videos I have on my laptop on this TV? May I have a step by step process, please. I thank you in advance.

  17. mario says:

    I have got this TV Funai lf320fx4f on black Friday.
    Suddenly the input source fixed on HDMI 3 and the TV gives no response to any command neither through the TV bottoms directly nor through the remote control. I checked all the bottoms may be one of them has been pressed and did not released, but I got all of them are free.

  18. Erica says:

    any clue what format to watch videos via usb? I tried Mpeg and it shows the title but says “video not supported.” Step by Step wold be amazing

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