Best Products TVs The 9 Best 32- to 39-Inch LED/LCD TVs of 2020 Find the best middle-of-the-road TV for your entertainment Share Pin Email Print 2019 TV Buying Guide 2019 TV Buying Guide Introduction TV Basics What is a Smart TV? What Are Pixels? What is HDR TV? HDR Formats Explained HDTV, HDMI, DVI or HDCP Measuring a TV Screen How Room Lighting Affects TVs TV Buying Guide TV Tech Comparison Guide LCD vs LED All About OLED TVs QLED vs OLED Extended Warranties Curved Screen TVs Is 3D TV Dead? What is a Roku TV? The Best TV For You Best TVs of 2019 Best TV Brands Best Cheap TVs Best Smart TVs Best Outdoor TVs Best Gaming TVs Best TVs Under $500 Best Online TV Retailers Best TVs by Brand Best Roku TVs Best Vizio TVs Best TVs at Walmart Best Samsung TVs Best Sony TVs Best Hisense TVs Best TVs by Size Best 40-inch Smart TVs Best 42-inch TVs Best 48-inch TVs Best 60-inch TVs Best 65-Inch 4K TVs Best 75-Inch TVs Best 80-85 inch TVs Best 26-29 inch LED TVs Best 32-39 inch LED TVs Best TVs for Picture Quality Best 4K Ultra HD TVs Best 4K Gaming TVs Best 4K TVs Under $1,000 Best 1080p TVs Best TV Accessories Best TV Antennas Best TV Stands Best TV Wall Mounts Best Under Cabinet TVs & Mounts Best HDMI Cables Best Blu-Ray Players Best Devices for Streaming TV By Taylor Clemons Writer Robert Silva has written about audio, video, and home theater topics since 1998. Previously, Robert was an audio/video expert for About.com. our editorial process Twitter Taylor Clemons Updated November 21, 2019 25 25 people found this article helpful Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products; you can learn more about our review process here. We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links. Our Top Picks Best Overall: TCL 32S327 32-Inch Roku TV Buy on AmazonBuy on Best BuyBuy on Walmart What We Like Roku built in Amazon Alexa/Google Assistant compatible Simplified hub menu What We Don't Like No Bluetooth connectivity If you're looking for a smaller format TV that still delivers great picture quality and smart functionality, check out the TCL 32S327 32-Inch Roku TV. This TV is built around the Roku streaming platform, giving you access to thousands of shows and movies with apps like Netflix, Hulu, and Prime Video. The simplified hub menu lets you choose apps, an over-air antenna, cable or satellite box, or game console input from one place, eliminating the need to manually switch inputs or browse multiple menus. The 32-inch screen gives you full 1090p HD resolution for great detailing and color saturation when watching your favorite shows and movies. With a refresh rate of 120Hz, motion blur is smoothed so you never miss a detail while watching sports or intense action scenes. You can connect your Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant device for hands-free voice commands. With three HDMI inputs, a USB port, RF input, and composite video port, you have plenty of ways to connect all of your media devices and game consoles. The 10 Best Smart TVs for Streaming in 2020 Best Budget: Toshiba 32-Inch 720p Fire TV Buy on AmazonBuy on Best Buy Placeholder Best Accessibility: Sceptre 32-Inch Android TV Buy on Amazon placeholder Best 4K: Samsung QN32Q50RAFXZA 32-Inch 4K QLED TV Buy on AmazonBuy on Best Buy placeholder The 7 Best 4K Ultra HD TVs of 2020 Best 720p: Skyworth E20300 32-Inch Android TV Buy on Amazon placeholder Best "Dumb" TV: Pyle 32-Inch 1080p TV Buy on Amazon placeholder The 9 Best TVs for Under $500 in 2020 Best 1080P: Samsung UN32N5300FXZA 32-Inch Smart TV Buy on Amazon placeholder Best Bundle: Sony KDL32W600D 32-Inch TV with Sony HT-S100F Soundbar Buy on Amazon placeholder Best Vizio: Vizio D40-D1 40-Inch Smart TV Buy on Amazon placeholder The 10 Best Vizio TVs of 2020 What to Look for in a 32- to 39-Inch LED/LCD TV Resolution - Televisions in this size range are available in both 720p and 1080p. You can save some money by going with 720p, but you’ll notice a marked improvement in graphical fidelity if you bump up to a 1080p television. It’s very difficult to find a 4K TV in this size range, but you can pair a 4K monitor with a UHD Blu-ray player and a streaming device if you want the best picture possible and don’t care about missing out on local television channels.Built-in apps - Since televisions in this size range are typically used in bedrooms, dens, and smaller living rooms, space is often at a premium. Choose a 32- to 39-inch TV with built-in apps like Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, and Amazon Video, and you won’t need to purchase a separate streaming device.Connections - Connectivity is always one of the most important features to look at in televisions, and mid-sized televisions in the 32- to 39-inch range can include a full complement of multiple HDMI inputs, USB connections, RCA jacks, optical audio outputs, and everything else you need to hook up all of your A/V gear.