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Best Rated 19 to 29-inch HDTVs Reviews and Comparison

January 10, 2014 by  
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Best Rated 19 to 29-inch TVs 2014 – This page contains a roundup the best top-rated smaller LCD and LED HDTVs, presented here for a comparison of price, features, and reviews. This size is good for small bedrooms, kitchens, dens, and dorm rooms. Many can double as both a TV and a PC monitor. Most of these TVs do not come in 1080p resolution, or have 120Hz and other advanced features. You must go up to 32-inches to see these features. You can check what size you need by consulting our HDTV Sizing Guide. For 2014 we have seen more LED Backlit sets. Click on the reviews link underneath each TV to see owner reviews and ratings for each model for easy comparison.

Best Rated 19 to 29-inch HDTVs – Comparison & Reviews

Samsung UN19F4000
19-inch LED TV
Samsung UN29F4000
29-inch LED TV
VIZIO E-Series E241i-B1
24-inch LED TV
VIZIO E-Series E280i-B1
28-inch LED TV
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720p LED TV
19-inch TV
60Hz
*not published
3 watt speakers
Play Media w/USB
1 USB 2.0 Port
2 HDMI
Headphone Jack
- – -
2013 Model
720p LED TV
29-inch TV
60Hz
*not published
3 watt speakers
Play Media w/USB
1 USB 2.0 Port
2 HDMI
Headphone Jack
- – -
2013 Model
1080p LED TV
24-inch TV
60Hz
*not published
2 watt speakers
Play Media w/USB
1 USB 2.0 Port
1 HDMI
Headphone Jack
SMART TV + WiFi
2014 Model
720p LED TV
28-inch TV
60Hz
*not published
5 watt speakers
Play Media w/USB
1 USB 2.0 Port
2 HDMI
Headphone Jack
SMART TV + WiFi
2014 Model


Best Rated 19 to 29-inch HDTVs – Comparison & Reviews

Samsung UN22F5000
22-inch LED TV
VIZIO
E221-A1

22-inch LED TV
Samsung UN28H4000
28-inch LED TV
Toshiba 29L1350U
29-inch LED TV
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1080p LED TV
22-inch TV
60Hz
*not published
3 watt speakers
Play Media w/USB
1 USB 2.0 Port
2 HDMI
Headphone Jack
2013 Model
1080p LED TV
22-inch TV
60Hz
contrast: n/a
2 watt speakers
- – -
1 USB 2.0 Port
1 HDMI
Headphone Jack
2013 Model
720p LCD TV
28-inch TV
60Hz
contrast: n/a
5 watt speakers
- – -
- – -
2 HDMI
- – -
2014 Model
720p LED TV
29-inch TV
60Hz
*not published
*not published
Play Media w/USB
1 USB 2.0 Port
3 HDMI
Audio Out
2013 Model


Related Article: Best Rated 32-inch LED TVs Comparison

Related Article: HDTV Buying Guide 2014

Glossary of Terms
Play Media w/USB = This means you can play your videos, show your pictures or play music by plugging in a USB thumb drive to your TV. You can also plug in an MP3 player, or digital camera.
SMART TV + WIFI = These TVs have Smart TV operations for streaming media like Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, Youtube, and they also have built-in WiFi to wirelessly connect to your home network.
LED = An LCD screen using an LED backlight. Uses less power and gives you a brighter picture with better contrast.
LCD = Liquid Crystal Display, using a fluorescent backlight (not as good at LED)
720p = (1366×768) with 1 million pixels resolution (Standard broadcast HD)
1080p = (1920×1080) with 2 million pixels resolution (Maximum Blu-ray quality)
Contrast = refers to dynamic contrast. Higher is better. More contrast allows more shadow details in the picture.
120Hz = 120 hertz anti blur technology. Eliminates blur on LCD TVs during high action sports and movies.
60Hz = Normal TV without anti blur technology.
HDMI = HDMI inputs allow you to connect devices to your HDTV such as DVD and Blu-ray players and game consoles.
LED HDTV = Instead of a conventional fluorescent backlight, these HDTVs use LED lights for backlighting. This dramatically improves picture contrast, colors, and overall picture. LED TVs also use much less electricity.
Speakers (in watts) = This is the power of the speakers. Higher wattage speakers are better as they can project the sound louder.
Response Time (ms) = how fast the screen can “paint” the screen. It is measured in milliseconds or (ms). Lower numbers are better. A lower response time is best for fast paced games, video, fast moving movies and sports.


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