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Why the Small Sized 32-inch Smart TV is an Amazing Companion

by Tanjni Pache Content Writer
There are obsessions, and some of them can be commonly construed as bigger the better - mine is a bit different. I like things that are a bit compact. In this case, what am referring to is my iFFalcon's F2A series TV. The size I got for myself is the smallest in the category, the 32-inch. You may think it's not that small, but given the screen sizes that I see in many households and office spaces, it's nothing. But that doesn't mean my TV set is inferior in any sense. It has everything that you could ask for. In fact, it's an out-and-out Smart TV. It's no ordinary 32 inch HD LED TV and has every bit of amazing features that make it quite state-of-the-art and convenient for me as a user. I'll start with the screen specs. 3 things that I like about it are-

2K Resolution - It's UHD screen resolution is something that stumped me completely for the first time. No matter how many movies or TV/web series I watch, I am always amazed by the sheer detailing and the high resolution it displays. Anything, even a bland commercial looks magnificent.

HDR - High Dynamic Range is the mashup of an image with different luminosity levels combined together to create the perfect blend of brightness and darkness. The UHD levels are best noticeable when there is HDR without which you can't experience the brilliance of TV watching fully. Since there are a limited number of original content that conform to the HDR format, the best option is gaming. If you have a console and games, HDR will make you believe in magic.

Micro-Dimming - Last week's episode of GoT featured the longest battle in television history was shot mostly under low lighting conditions which created a lot of problems, especially for those who watched it on their phones, laptops or other smaller devices but for me it wasn’t worth a snag. With my amazing contrast levels and Local Dimming settings, I enjoyed the 80-minute sequence relaxed in my bed. It also has the IPQ engine settings which make anything easier to watch under any lighting conditions.

Apart from these three things, there are a lot of things about it that I like. The Dolby DTS sound is amazing. Since it's my bedroom TV, I didn't go for the Surround Sound feature. But I had a demo of it before buying so, in my opinion, it's amazing. Nevertheless, even without the sound, it’s so cool. Especially this IPL Season followed by the Cricket World Cup I’m so geared up for the roaring audience and the right kind of cricketing sounds. The sound is crisp and very natural to ears, and the different kind of sounds which are produced in one single scene can be distinctly heard.

Okay, I must narrate a funny thing that happened. So iFFalcon has this intelligent optimization technique. Under any lighting conditions, the display adjusts as per the lighting conditions of the room. After the initial days, I found out that it has the IPQ engine which makes that all happen. The four-dimensional scene optimisation, precision coloured field technology, intelligent colour range and high brightness precision control technology make it all the more worthy.

My 32 inch Smart TV India is spot on with its Android functionalities. The Play options, Google Assistant, the ease of access everything is magnificent with the Smart TV. I download/toggle/remove apps as per my convenience. With Assistant, I get to know a lot of information as well. What makes the experience top notch is Artificial Intelligence. I mean controlling volume levels and switching channels is all elementary. It’s everything you’d imagine not possible by a TV (only if you weren’t aware of what AI is). It creates my planner, updates my playlist, controls my home appliances, plays content according to my mood and a lot of other amazing stuff. The AI remote is like a magic wand in hand.

The F2A is pretty amazing in terms of modernism on television. Its feats are impeccable, and the category is available in 2 more sizes i.e. the 40-inch and 49-inch. While I went for the smaller one, you can buy 32 inch LED TV or go for the bigger counterparts.


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Created on May 10th 2019 05:40. Viewed 374 times.

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