JVC LT32WX50 LCD HDTV First Impressions Review
Tour & Design
The front of the LT-32WX50 has a pretty clean, simple look to it; there is nothing there to distract from the image on the screen apart from the blue indicator light in the bottom right corner. At the bottom of the display is the sound bar that holds the speakers.
The only major feature on the back of the LT-32WV50 is the cover that goes over the HDMI port, on the left side.
The svelte profile of the LT-32WX50 really shows when you look at it from the side: the display itself is just a quarter of an inch thick, although the bulge at the bottom where the ports, sockets and other circuitry are located increases the total thickness to about an inch.
The angle stand of the display adds to the minimalist look of the screen: it is a simple metal affair that holds the display up well enough, but does not allow it to rotate or tilt, although it can be removed if you want to wall mount the display.
The LT-32WX50 is a very stylish display, although the cables coming out of the back do rather spoil the effect. Real cablephobes may prefer the wireless displays that were announced by several manufacturers, as these don't require any cables except the power cable. But the thin progule of the LT-32WX50 will certainly elicit some oohs and ahhs from your gadget-loving friends and neighbors.