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Item#: N82E16889522026

Seiki 32" Class 1080p 60hz LED TV - SE32FY22

  • Full 1080p HDTV
  • Wall Mountable
  • ATSC Tuner
  • 3 HDMI Inputs
  • PC Input
  • Headphone Jack Out (3.5mm)
  • Coaxial Digital Out
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SE32FY22 32" SE32FY22 LED TV

  • Size: 31.5" Diagonal Screen
  • Panel Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Maximum Color: 16.7 Million


  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Component & HDMI Support: 480I, 576I, 480P, 576P, 720P, 1080I, 1080P
  • VGA: 640 x 480, 800 x 600, 1024 x 768, 1360 x 768, 1920 x 1080
  • OSD Language: English, French, Spanish


  • Analog & Digital TV Tuner: One
  • Component Video Input: One
  • Component Video (Y, Cb, Cr/Y, Pb, Pr): One
  • VGA Input (15-pin, D-Sub): One
  • HDMI Input: Three
  • USB Input: One (For service use only)


  • RCA Input: Two (R & L)
  • Audio Output: One (R & L)
  • Digital Coax Output: One


  • Dimension with Stand (W x H x D): 29.09" x 19.37" x 6.30"
  • Dimension w/o Stand (W x H x D): 29.09" x 17.44" x 3.35"
  • Carton Dimension (W x H x D): 32.28" x 22.44" x 6.46"
  • Net Weight with Stand: 12.57lbs
  • Net Weight w/o Stand: 10.91lbs
  • Carton Weight: 16.53lbs


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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year

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  • Joe S.
  • 9/8/2014 8:01:13 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs3rd Review On This TV

Pros: Hi everyone.

I had wanted a 32' Flat Screen TV/Monitor for some time now, and when I saw this one at $199.99, I couldn't pass it up. Now that I've had a chance to use it I'm not sorry I bought it. It has a good picture quality with plenty of good options. They include the following:

+ 3 HDMI Connections. Good.

+ 1 VGA Connection with 1 PC Audio connection for PC Audio. Good

+ 1 Component Connection. But there's a problem, which I described below!

+ 1 Composite connection. Again, there's a problem. Described below!

+ 1 Headphone output connection. I like this fact as it allows me to listen to the TV without waking everyone else up.

Cons: Ordered on Invoice Date: 12/24/2013 8:12:05 AM
1st Reviewed on Date: 1/1/2014

Recently the TV has been displaying some ODD behavior which I'll describe in OTHER THOUGHTS below.

I recently hooked up this Flat Screen as a 2nd Monitor for my PC and am overjoyed at the display. The picture quality is great and crisp for both games AND text. Right now the picture quality is just great (for me at least).

Let's face the facts here. In this day and age, and what with ALL the varied Audio and Video equipment out there, people NEED connections, and the MORE the better. First off, NOT EVERYONE has an ALL HDMI equipment setup. This also means that you CANNOT use ANY SHARED connections! Despite having great picture quality, this set is SERIOUSLY LACKING in the "CONNECTIONS" department!

I upgraded from a 19' (Jensen) Tube TV to this, but even the 19' TV had a BUNCH more connections than this Flat Screen does. It had 3 Component IN's, 1 Composite IN, 1 S-Video IN, and another Component OUT Jack. While it didn't have ANY HDMI or DVI Connections it still made it much easier to hook things up without having to use a Component Switch Box or anything else.

- NO S-Video OR FireWire connections. I wish it did. This means that anyone with any OLD S-Video AND/OR FireWire equipment is out of luck!

- NO USB connection for either Thumb Dives AND/OR HD's, it's ONLY for Software updates! This is a BIG MISTAKE and it's too bad it doesn't. This means NO watching Picture slideshows OR HD Movies. Too bad.

- NO Ethernet connection. Too bad it doesn't have one.

- Only 1 Component connection. Read below.

- The one Composite connection uses 1 of the Component's Connection. This means that you CANNOT use BOTH the Component AND the Composite connections together UNLESS you use a Y-Adapter. This is a BIG PROBLEM and a BAD DESIGN FLAW!

- NO Outputs of ANY kind! This means that anyone (like me) who uses a DVD Recorder (or anything else) must hook them up BETWEEN the Cable connection and the TV. This is a BIG mistake.

Other Thoughts: TV PROBLEMS!

This Flat Panel TV has been displaying some ODD behavior lately. One of the things it just started doing was to turn complete ON after being OFF for a while. I live alone and NO-ONE else has access to the TV when I'm gone and NO I DO NOT LIVE IN A HAUNTED HOUSE! I noticed this when I turned off the TV and went to work and returned some 5 hours later only to find the TV turned on. I have no idea HOW LONG it was on, or what triggered it to turn on in the 1st place.

The second quirky thing it has been doing started tonight. I went to turn the TV ON and normally the LED changes from RED to BLUE (from Standby to ON) when you hit the Power Button on the remote and then the TV turns ON. Tonight the LED stayed RED! It would not change no matter what I did. I tried NEW BATTERIES in the remote and even tried the POWER BUTTON on the TV itself and nothing worked. How I finally got it to work, was to unplug the TV from the wall socket and plug it back in. That did the trick! Like I said quirky!

I am in the process of sending this TV back to Seiki for Repair/Replacement so I can't comment on their Service but I will when I get my replacement TV.

I still think generally, Seiki has a pretty good TV/Monitor at this price, there's no doubt about that. Now the thing is, IF they would only take the time to add USB, Ethernet, FireWire, S-Video, and then fix the shared connections between the Component and the Composite connections then they would have a GREAT product. Probably one that EVERYONE would be clamoring to buy, especially at this price. Something to REALLY think about, Seiki.

I would have given this unit 5 stars just for the price I got this for AND the picture quality. I couldn't beat either one. The only reason I deducted ANY stars is because of its lack of connections. This is a serious flaw.

My final thoughts:

Would I buy this again for myself? IF I could get it for the SAME price (or lower), AND knowing the shortfalls this TV/Monitor has, the answer is 50/50 YES/NO. Would you believe that two weeks after I bought this TV, NewEgg put it on sale for $30.00 less than what I paid. Just my luck, oh well...

Would I recommend this TV/Monitor to others? I would honestly have to say that it would depend on what their needs are, and this would depend on a case by case situation, but probably yes.

Sorry Seiki. Nice try but, it's back to the drawing board for you...

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  • Jacques A.
  • 7/20/2014 8:01:18 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsTook a while, but finally decent PC Monitor

Pros: Inexpensive no nonsense TV/Monitor with LED. My usage is mostly for a PC Monitor and it does a decent job. You get true 1080p

Cons: The defaults of the device are horrible. I had to change almost every setting to get something reasonable.

Marcus R.'s review showed me how to set HD over the air (Thanks!)

I wanted HDMI input from my AMD card. That takes a LOT of work:

On the AMD Catalyst card software, make sure you change to have best digital match:
- Enable GPU scaling - Enable ITC
- scaling to: 0% Overscan
- Pixel format YCbCr 4:4:4

On the TV change had to put sharpness to 0, lower contrast and brightness

No PC compatible sleep mode that I have found. Have to manually turn On/Off with remote.

Other Thoughts: Now that I know how to fine tune it, it's a nice purchase. Just too long to get the PC through HDMI setup.

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  • Derek Z.
  • 7/14/2014 5:45:40 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDied the day after I got it

Pros: 1080p, was on sale at the time and it's a good size for a monitor.

Cons: Would not turn on the day after I got it. Not sure what happened. The TV turned off after my computer went to sleep at night, and the next morning the LED indicator was neither red nor blue and wouldn't turn back on.

Other Thoughts: I had to RMA this TV. Newegg's customer service was great, but I cannot recommend this TV after my experience. I will stick with Samsung or LG from now on.

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  • xiaokun f.
  • 7/11/2014 1:36:21 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsWarning!!! Poor customer service

Pros: Nothing

Cons: This is the worst online shopping experience. The first order came in broken. I requested a replacement and rush the shipping. The rep totally ignored my request and put it on a 3-7days shipping.
And I called the customer service again to fix this. Their supervisor said that was their fault but there's nothing they could do.
So, as a customer I have to suffer all these when I did not do anything wrong.

Other Thoughts: Guys never ever buy things here. Pay a little more at any other website where they treat you as a customer.

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  • Jordan B.
  • 7/8/2014 9:19:08 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWow!

Pros: Great picture quality for the low price! I was an Electronic Salesman at Sears and we sold Seiki tvs for an inexpensive alternative during the holidays and we didn't get a lot of returns for them and now that I have my own, I can see why! These are cheap, but not necessarily cheaply built. They are solid tvs that perform what you need for half the money you would spend for a Samsung and a "good enough" tv for my needs, as I use it as a computer monitor.

Cons: AMD Catalyst didn't recognize it's full 1080 resolution until I manually changed it, so watch for your computer messing up the resolution and don't blame the tv, it's great picture for little money!

Other Thoughts: It seems to put out a lot of heat for an LED tv.. My 51" Samsung plasma tv put out less heat when it was new so I'm concerned about the stress that it will add to components. Just an observation if you're looking for a tv that'll last 2+ years, you'll best want a Samsung or Sony. My verdict on Seiki longevity is still out, but so far, amazing tv for the money.

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  • DAVID B.
  • 6/27/2014 1:06:56 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsPoor Return Policy from Seiki

Pros: I purchased this to use with my custom built PC and found that the VGA produced a very good picture. I edit photos often, and this unit fits the bill as well as doing a great job for watching movies from the computer. I use a separate stereo for the sound. I'm not a huge gamer, but I do enjoy a first-person shooting game from time to time. This TV produces video quality that gives a good experience with that activity, as well.

Cons: When first used, the TV would shut itself down when the computer automatically turned off the video. The TV would then automatically come back on when the computer video signaled a return after moving the computer's mouse or striking a keyboard key. However, this great feature became intermittent after a month or two. I could not get the TV to come back on, even with the power button. I have to unplug the TV for about 30 seconds, plug it back in, and power it back on with the power button. Even turning the TV off with its power button does not deter the intermittent problem with the unit coming back on when it receives a new signal from the computer.

I contacted Seiki customer service via email, and they agreed that the unit was defective in a timely manner. But, in order to swap it out for a refurbished unit, I had to ship the TV to them at my expense. This drastically detracted from the great price of purchase. With shipping costs estimated at $40 to $50, I could have purchased a more established brand and saved this headache.

Other Thoughts: This was a true example of getting what I paid for. I just leave the TV on all the time now with my computer running a photo slideshow screensaver. I'm sure that this TV won't last long being powered up all the time, and I will replace it with a more reputable brand when it shuts down for good.

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  • 6/3/2014 9:45:52 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsDecent for the price

Pros: Good price for 1080p. the picture is not the best 1080p iv ever seen but not terrible.

Cons: I used it as a computer monitor for a short time but it is not great for pc use. not the best 1080p. speakers are weak

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  • Ricardo F.
  • 5/29/2014 10:58:04 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsseiki led tv

Pros: cheap, works fine, good picture, has all connectors, great for a budget tv or bigger pc monitor

Cons: Not much of having great sound, will need to buy speakers if you're planning to use it for the movie room. Seems faire for the price though.

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  • Lawrence L.
  • 5/26/2014 5:16:11 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat TV, unrealized "feature"

Pros: Using as bedroom TV. 32" fits allotted space. 1080p at a great price. No dead pixels, no light bleed, no worry about screen burn-in as with plasma TV's. Picture very decent for bedroom.

3 HDMI inputs (but see other thoughts below). Bluray player and Asus O!play mini "flash drive" player connected via HDMI. Eventually, retired HTPC will also be connected.

Native sound adequate as it's 4 ft away. With that distance, "line of sight" remote not a problem, neither is viewing angle.

Connected to over-the-air antenna. All digital channels received with a simple scan; no need for "tech menu" invocation via button press sequences on remote to tune.


Cons: As with just about EVERY remote these days, very cluttered. Labels difficult to see, ESPECIALLY with buttons that do not have the label on the button itself, but rather on the remote body; worst case is bottom-most section of remote

Base is lightweight. While stable, not much heft to it. Does not provide tilt option.

No "automatic source sense", as in when a source is powered on, TV automatically offers to switch to it. Given this is a baseline TV, understandable. No separate "TV" button - TV function must be selected using source+arrow buttons. Source button on remote simply brings up source menu to navigate with arrows, rather than with sequential presses.

Other Thoughts: Unrealized feature:
This TV came VERY close to being RMA'd, until I realized it was operator error:

HDMI inputs 1 & 2 displayed the expected 16:9 widescreen display, but, with the SAME source, HDMI input 3 would only display 4:3 pan/scan, not full screen. Checked source output resolution (1080p, 16:9), TV reported 1080p received, but display would resize to 4:3.

Given RMA replacements are ALWAYS shipped, unlike this TV that I had picked up at Will Call, debating subjecting a TV to UPS "kisses" as compared to just living with 2 functioning HDMI inputs.

Happened to re-read customer reviews, and review by Michael W., mentioning "Picture mode and Sound mode buttons for fast changes to picture and sound instead of entering the settings menu" struck a chord. Saw the remote's separate Aspect button, which did the trick.

Cause: while the setup menu has a zoom option, which had been set to "just scan" on initial setup, subsequent "unknown little finger" button presses of the Aspect button on the remote had changed HDMI3 to "Standard"; with the other HDMI inputs remaining as "just scan". Source info displayed using Info button does not display the aspect ratio, only the resolution received from source. Only way to tell what aspect ratio TV is using is to press the Aspect button (also used to cycle through the various aspect ratios).

While this is a good feature to have, allowing you to set individual aspect ratios for each HDMI input and what's playing on it, if you don't realize the possibility of "unknown" fingers changing, can be confusing. Certainly easy enough to correct, ONCE you understand the cause.

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  • Ashlyn S.
  • 5/24/2014 9:05:08 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: For a $189 t.v. it was a great purchase. I haven't had any problems. bought it just to have a t.v. in the front room but will use it as my desktop monitor eventually.

Cons: 720 p looks fine on this but 480 p looks really bad, but that's expected

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