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Coby LEDTV2326 23-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV/Monitor (Black)

1080p High-definition entertainment gets an upgrade, with Coby’s new line of super-slim HD TVs. This set features a brilliant, 23 inch widescreen display with LED technology and HDMI digital connection for crystal-clear picture, with energy-efficient design that meets the environmental standards of both Energy Star 3.0 and the California Energy Commission. Built-in digital TV tuner (ATSC/NTSC/QAM) HDMI digital connection delivers perfect signal transmission PC VGA connection for use as a computer monitor Digital noise reduction V-chip parental control, Closed- Caption, and Electronic Program Guide support Multi-language on-screen display Wall-mountable design (VESA 75mm x 100mm)

Product Features

  • 23 inch diagonal TFT LED widescreen HDTV (1080p)
  • Attractive super-slim profile fits anywhere
  • Energy efficient technology meets Energy Star 3.0 standards
  • Built-in digital TV tuner (ATSC/NTSC/QAM)
  • HDMI digital connection delivers perfect signal transmission
  • 23 inch widescreen LED HDTV with attractive super-slim profile fits anywhere
  • Energy efficient technology meets Energy Star 3.0 and California Energy Commission standards(standby power <1W)
  • Built-in digital TV tuner (ATSC/NTSC/QAM)
  • HDMI digital connection delivers perfect signal transmission
  • PC VGA connection for use as a computer monitor and V-chip parental control, Closed-Caption, and Electronic Program

2 thoughts on “Coby LEDTV2326 23-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV/Monitor (Black)”

  1. Nice to look at…painful to listen to…doesn’t last long (UPDATE) 7/30/14 UPDATE – I took the TV apart to see if I could find anything to explain the edgelight dropping out randomly, and did find a ribbon cable with a very loose connection. I re-seated it and haven’t seen any issues so far. I also found a label on the LCD panel itself that explains why the picture quality is as good as it is – my unit has a Samsung panel. For this I am adding back one star. I can’t add more because the average consumer shouldn’t have to disassemble their TV to get it to…

  2. Decent TV at a great price; Perfect for saving money. Knowing that the difference in quality of small television sets is marginal, I was willing to try an off-brand set. I picked up the Coby LEDTV1526 from a local electronic store chain for $88. The TV was a bargain for what I paid, despite its shortcomings. I bought it primarily to use as a monitor (which it does fine through the HDMI input but with some problems with the VGA input), but it works fine as a TV as well. In general, the picture is just as good as that of my 32″ Vizio, and the sound…

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