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Toshiba 32" Class – LED 720p – Smart HDTV – Fire TV Edition [bestbuy.com]
Model 32LF221U19
$99.99

The same price it was on Prime Day.

Fire TV experience built-in
Fire TV Edition brings together live-over-the air TV and your favorite 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 Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, Hulu, HBO and more.

Voice Remote with Alexa
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, HBO and PlayStation Vue buttons, instantly access your favorite apps.

Keeps getting smarter
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.

Endless entertainment
Watch over 500,000 streaming movies and TV episodes in HD, from Prime Video, Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, HBO, and more. Plus, access tens of thousands of channels, apps, and Alexa skills.

Get it all in one place
With Fire TV Edition it's easy to see everything you've recently watched – live TV, streaming services and connected devices – in one place. Plus, you can connect your cable/satellite box or gaming console through one of the TV's three HDMI inputs.

Alexa-enabled
Want to watch something new? Press the microphone button and say "Find dramas," and Alexa will show results from hundreds of integrated apps and channels. Want to order a pizza? Check the weather? Dim the family living room lights? Alexa can do that too.

Pair with an Echo device for hands-free control
Control your TV hands-free including power, volume, channel navigation, playback, search and more. Simply pair your TV with an Echo device and Alexa will hear you from across the room. (Echo sold separately)

31.5" screen (measured diagonally from corner to corner)
A good size for a small living room, bedroom, or dorm room.

720p resolution for quality HD images
Watch broadcast TV and DVDs in high definition.

LED TVs perform well in all lighting conditions
They also deliver deep blacks and rich colors.

Speed and performance
Powered by Quad-core CPU/Multi-core GPU for responsive streaming – experience instant search results and fast and fluid responsiveness.

Advanced TV sound
Two 6w Onkyo speakers, with DTS TruSurround and Dolby audio deliver an immersive experience.

Personalize your viewing experience
Customize the name of each input, adjust picture settings for each connected device, favorite live TV channels in the guide and more.

3 HDMI inputs for the best home theater connection
Plug in plenty of devices, like your cable/satellite box or gaming console. (HDMI cable not included)

1 USB input
Connect a USB to extend the duration of live TV pause from 2 minutes up to 60 minutes. Easily connect your digital camera or other USB device to view compatible photo and video files.

Enjoy the picture from multiple angles
The wide 178° viewing angle provides a clear picture for viewers seated near the side of the screen.

Manage the viewing experience for your kids
The parental control functionality lets you block content based on program ratings and check ratings of unfamiliar programs.
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At small size it really doesn't matter unless you sit right on top of it. The limits of human vision make 720p and 1080p the same at 4' distance. Beyond 5' you aren't even seeing full 720p on 32" set.
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Does anyone who owns these TV's with the Fire TV OS built-in and a Blink camera know whether I can say "Alexa, show the front door camera" and the TV would show the image from the Blink camera? I think it can be done with the Fire TV Stick and Cube, but I am not sure if it can be done with the standalone TV.
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Thnks OP tried to rep you says I must spread it around.... bought 1 for my bar TV we've been using a old TV for there for years so good upgrade for cheap price...
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Does anyone who owns these TV's with the Fire TV OS built-in and a Blink camera know whether I can say "Alexa, show the front door camera" and the TV would show the image from the Blink camera? I think it can be done with the Fire TV Stick and Cube, but I am not sure if it can be done with the standalone TV.
Yes, fire TV and blink work together that way.
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Does anyone who owns these TV's with the Fire TV OS built-in and a Blink camera know whether I can say "Alexa, show the front door camera" and the TV would show the image from the Blink camera? I think it can be done with the Fire TV Stick and Cube, but I am not sure if it can be done with the standalone TV.
It works with Nest and Ring. I assume it will work with Blink if it works with the fire stick. You have to talk into the voice remote.
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It works with Nest and Ring. I assume it will work with Blink if it works with the fire stick. You have to talk into the voice remote.
Just want to add works with Wyze and Geeni/Merkury (cheap Walmart) cameras too for those ballin on a budget
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It works with Nest and Ring. I assume it will work with Blink if it works with the fire stick. You have to talk into the voice remote.
You don't necessarily have to talk into the remote. Pair it with any other echo device (like dot echo or show), and you can tell it to turn on, change channels, volume and even turn off. Super handy when you're in a rush to get out the door, lost your remote or have your hands full.
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The Insignia version of this TV doesn't allow casting. Is the Toshiba version the same?
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You don't necessarily have to talk into the remote. Pair it with any other echo device (like dot echo or show), and you can tell it to turn on, change channels, volume and even turn off. Super handy when you're in a rush to get out the door, lost your remote or have your hands full.
I think my Alexa system has special needs. Most any command results in "Here is some music you might like."

When I use Alexa, I need to make sure I have plenty of free time for repeated attempts.
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Is there a list of the video files extensions this can handle via USB? and can this do Youtube?
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Does anyone who owns these TV's with the Fire TV OS built-in and a Blink camera know whether I can say "Alexa, show the front door camera" and the TV would show the image from the Blink camera? I think it can be done with the Fire TV Stick and Cube, but I am not sure if it can be done with the standalone TV.
Yes you can certainly tell that to your television through the Alexa command and it will show you where ever your camera is. I have it set up with my front door and all I say is Alexa show front door. And boom!
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I just don't understand why anyone is still making 720p TVs anymore.
It cannot cost more than a couple bucks to just make it 1080p,

Can someone please enlighten me.
Unless your TV is 52 inches or larger typical eyes cannot see the difference between a 720 P and 1080 P. Hope that makes sense.
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