Sceptre 3D LED 1080P HDTV takes the 32″ route

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Remember the first time you watched Avatar at the cinema? Were you blown away by the visuals, as well as reaching out to the screen to try and “touch” some of what you see there? I am quite sure that since then, you would have tried to watch some other 3D movies as well, but whether those had the same kind of effect on you as Avatar did remains to be seen. Well, if stereoscopic 3D is your cup of tea (it is not everyone’s), then you can always check out Sceptre’s latest offering – a 32″ 3D LED 1080P HDTV which is touted to deliver an immersive 2D as well as 3D cinematic viewing experience right in the comfort of your own living room.

This 3D HDTV will also come with SRS TruSurround HD, not to mention having an external styling cue which will be able to elevate any decor and viewing experience. Apart from that, Sceptre is also well know for their price sensitivity, which is why they have slapped a $599.99 price tag on this puppy, knowing that times are pretty hard at the moment for about anyone and everyone else. More on this 3D HDTV right after the jump.

Each purchase of the E320BV-FHDD will also be accompanied by two pairs of polarized 3D glasses, where it is capable of displaying 16.7 million colors at a 1,920 x 1,080 resolution with a typical contrast ratio of 3,500:1. The end result? Breathtakingly crisp images in both 3D and 2D. You will be able to choose from silk black with gun metal highlights, where its refined looks are matched by its image quality and ultra svelte design that measures all of 1.9″ thin.

6 Band Sound Equalizer settings should do their job well in making sure your ears will always be on the receiving end of the best audio quality, while 5.1 Digital Audio Output and 3D Noise Reduction are there to help create an even more immersive entertainment experience. Want to purchase more polarized 3D glasses? Those are available over at Sceptre’s site.

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