Toshiba TF-32A710U21 32-Inch Smart HD Fire TV

Last updated date: October 8, 2020

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Toshiba TF-32A710U21 32-Inch Smart HD Fire TV

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Overall Take

This HD Fire Edition television connects through Wi-Fi and HDMI, and it supports YouTube, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu and Netflix so you can enjoy streaming content combined with live, over-the-air TV. It also uses voice control, and it allows you to easily switch inputs, launch apps and control smart home devices.

In our analysis of 13 expert reviews, the Toshiba TF-32A710U21 32-Inch Smart HD Fire TV placed 2nd when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Fire TV Edition brings together live-over-the air TV and your streaming content on the home screen. Connect any HD antenna (sold separately) to watch live over-the-air TV or stream movies and shows from Disney+, Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, Hulu, and more. Everything you’d expect from a remote – plus launch apps, search for TV shows, switch inputs, control smart home devices and more, using just your voice. With Prime Video, Netflix buttons, instantly access your favorite apps. This TV is smart and simple in every way. Just plug it in, connect to Wi-Fi and enjoy. Plus, your TV keeps getting smarter with new Alexa skills and features through automatic over-the-air software updates, so that you always have the latest. Watch over 500,000 streaming movies and TV episodes in HD, from Disney+, Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube, Hulu, and more. Plus, access tens of thousands of channels, apps, and Alexa skills. Item arrives in packaging that reveals what’s inside and can’t be hidden.

Expert Reviews

Expert Summarized Score

2 expert reviews

User Summarized Score

2,214 user reviews

What experts liked

This TV is smart and simple in every way has new alexa skills and features. You can also launch apps, search for shows and control smart home devices.
- Best Reviews Guide
This fire TV allows you to enjoy thousands of channels and has a voice remote with Alexa.
- Best Advisor

What experts didn't like

The built in Wi-Fi adapter could be more powerful.
- Best Advisor

An Overview On TVs

With television technology improving so rapidly, sets are replaced much more often these days. They certainly are more affordable than they used to be, and they come with features unimaginable even just a few years ago.

The first step in buying a new television is establishing a budget and sticking to it. Otherwise, you could end up with features you may not need at a price you’re not comfortable with.

Then, you will need to decide if you want the TV to be wall-mounted or tabletop. This choice can lead you to your ideal screen size, which can range from 14 to 100 inches. A tape measure will be handy in this case.

The next decision is whether to get an LCD or OLED TV. LCD (liquid crystal display) TVs have edge-mounted lights, or lights mounted right behind the screen. The latter is preferred because of better contrast, but these models are not as sleek and slim and can be more costly to buy and operate.

LCD and LED TVs have panels that use liquid crystal pixels, which may have more limited viewing angles; higher-end models may have Quantum Dot technology, which offers a better viewing experience.

OLED (organic light-emitting diode) TVs work with organic phosphors, and their self-emitting pixels each generate individual light. This results in better contrast and light for viewers. They may be more expensive and not work as well with HDR content, though.

Resolution is another factor to consider. Ultra HD (4K) and HD are the two big choices on the market today. Here is a comparison in terms of pixels:

  • HD TV = 1920 by 1080 pixels
  • Ultra HD =  3840 by 2160 pixels

That’s a big difference. Since more and more services like Amazon and Netflix are using 4K, your decision may be influenced by how often you stream content. 4k also looks better on larger screens of 50 inches and more.

The TV Buying Guide

  • You may want to get an Ultra HD TV for your main viewing room and a smaller HD to use in the bedroom, office or kitchen.
  • Some TV screens are curved, although these are not as popular as they once were. Some people prefer them, but they can distort on-screen reflections. You also have to be sitting in just the right spot to avoid distortions.
  • With so many multimedia options, you also need to know what kind of connections you will need for your new television. The most important ones are USB ports, multimedia support, and HDMIs. The TV’s product description should contain useful information about this.
  • Take some time to research the TV’s speakers, too. Sound quality can make or break your TV purchase.