A Full HD screen combined with advanced refresh rate and dual-band Wi-Fi helps you to experience every single moment. The TCL 32S325 smart TV looks amazing with a sleek, minimalist style, whether it’s off or on. No more flipping over inputs or wading through complex menus. Like mobile applications, all your highlights are on your fingertips right from the moment you turn it on. Choose from thousands of streaming channels showcasing over 500,000 movies and TV episodes plus live sports, news, music, kids and families, health, science and technology, wellness, foreign language, and more.
The TCL 32S325 32-inch Roku TV appears like a miniature version of larger Roku TVs. It’s lightweight, slim, and relatively sleek at only 8.6 lbs. While it’s classified in the 32-inch class, the display size measures just below that in 31.5 inches on the diagonal.
Despite the TCL 32S325 small dimensions, you’ll find a generous amount of connectivity options, such as three HDMI interfaces, a USB 2.0 port, and as well as a headset jack, A/V and antenna inputs, and optical digital audio output signal. Unlike other Roku TVs, the power cord connected to the rear of the unit isn’t very long. This may limit your placement. However, it will make shedding the power cord of a problem, and if you are working with a confined space, the short cable could be a non-issue anyway.
The remote follows suit in terms of simplicity and modest size. There are four shortcut buttons included in the base of the remote of TCL 32S325 TV to take users straight to Netflix, Sling, Hulu, or even Amazon. And like all Roku remotes with volume controls, the buttons, including a mute button, are situated on the perfect side of the batter. This results in easy and quick access and enriches the already comfortable and intuitive feel of the distance in hand.
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Like image quality, audio is surprisingly loud despite the size of TCL 32S325 TV. The built-in 5-watt speakers provide relatively full sound that could become very loud. The sound settings are not as robust as the image settings. By default, the quantity style is set to away, which means the sound quality is automatically set based on the content. But you can elect for levelling up to out low and high sounds, or nighttime mode, which permits you to set the most volume. We did notice some difficulties with extreme lows and highs in TCL 32S325 TV, but turning on the levelling option did appear to help smooth out of the drops.