Key Features: 32in LCD with edge LED lighting; Smart TV online features, including BBC iPlayer; Freeview HD tuner; multimedia playback via USB; Built-in Wi-Fi via provided USB dongle

Manufacturer: Finlux

Quick Glance
Size 32
Display Type LCD w/ LED
Max. Resolution 1920 x 1080
Contrast Ratio 1000:1 native
Refresh Rate 50
Freeview HD Yes
Size 32
Display Type LCD w/ LED
Max. Resolution 1920 x 1080
Full HD 1080p Yes
Digital Tuner Yes
Freeview HD Yes
Freesat HD No
3D Ready No
Contrast Ratio 1000:1 native
Refresh Rate 50
Physical Specifications
Height 493
Width 783
Depth 40
Weight 10
HDMI 4 (v1.3)
Component 1
Composite 1
Scart 2 (1 RGB)
Digital Audio Out Yes (optical)
Headphone Yes
Ethernet Yes
WiFi Yes (via included dongle)

Laurent Lejeune

June 10, 2013, 3:49 pm


Can you confirm if this TV support DVB-C broadcast?



June 22, 2013, 2:11 am

As usual, no response.


October 16, 2013, 8:28 am

I bought the 40" version and as Finlux have refused twice to post my review I feel I should leave it here. The tv is appaling, massive light bleed in the corners, appaling ghosting on all images. Would not recommend this product at all. Its cheap and that's about it.

Arthur David Jones

January 15, 2014, 12:22 pm

I completely agree, my TV's stand was cracked, wonky and didn't fit; the TV itself was scratched, severely cracked, distorted and I could see the interior. Absolutely awful, and I didn't even turn it on!

It's cheap for a reason, invest in something you know.

john layhe

January 15, 2014, 4:14 pm

Ordered a 19inch TV, delivery no problem, picture and sound quality awfull, complained and was promised a replacement,..............Thats when the problems started, to tell the full story would take too long, but briefly, I have NEVER and by that I mean NEVER dealt with such an incompetant supplier of anything, it got so bad I demanded a full refund which I did eventually get after much more incompetance.
My advice, go to a reputable store, see what you want first before you buy .

Max Peacock

January 30, 2014, 8:44 pm

Do not buy TVs from Finlux. I am an average consumer and have just sent the following to Finlux -

Hi Finlux,

You have provided me with the worst consumer experience I have ever had (well done!). Below are all the ways you failed me and I will be posting on every social media website and forum I can find.


1. Finlux would not accept initial card payment and forced me to use another card. Order raised 01/01/2014.
- I have since spoken to my bank and used this card in other transactions, so this incident is isolated to Finlux
2. On receiving my confirmation I was referred to as "Mr Izzy Coulton"
- my name is Mr Max Peacock
3. I was then informed the payment had not yet been accepted and further proof of identity was required
- I sent my council tax bill
4. I made the order on the 1st of January. I understand from the website you offer a "next working day" delivery.
- I sent two emails asking for an update a week later...
5. In this time, I called Finlux directly, who stated an error had occurred between their processing and dispatching departments, which had caused the delay, and that someone would contact me to arrange a delivery date.
6. When the delivery date came, no TV arrived.
7. I received a call informing me that the TV was actually out of stock and I would be receiving another call to discuss alternatives.
8. I finally received your email response 4 days after that, stating (in bad English) that the service department would be in contact with me to arrange a delivery date.
- This confused me.
9. I did not receive a call to discuss alternatives.
10. Another two weeks past.
- each time I called the service line, I was informed the person I needed to speak to was not present
- I find it staggering that there were so few people who were able to help me that are suppose to represent you
- the majority of people I called were only interested in taking my post code (they are very efficient at this), ending the call quickly or offering to get someone else to call me back
- this is a massive waste of time and, I imagine, your money
- the emails I received were brief to the point of useless and usually along the lines of "we will get someone to call you"
11. Another week past.
- I managed to speak to someone who had a note on their system that said I was to be offered a "worked" model instead.
- I did not think this was a fair alternative (full price for a second hand, previously broken version of the TV I had, at that point, technically owned for 4 weeks).
- I asked for a refund.
12. It is now 31/01/2014, I have received an email saying I will receive the money in my account within the next 7 days.
- For some reason, I am not entirely sure I can trust it.

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