Sansui 40-Inch 1080p FHD DLED TV Review

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Updated September 28, 2022

Looking for the best 1080p TV? The Sansui 40-Inch 1080p FHD DLED TV is worth another look. It has a slim LED display with a good video picture. It’s a very thin flat screen TV that is light and very easy to wall mount. It’s a good mix of old and new with both HDMI and VGA ports. Read on to find out what is on offer, but first take a minute to look at our best TVs list.

Why We Like It – Sansui 40-Inch 1080p FHD DLED TV

The Sansui 40-Inch 1080p FHD DLED TV, made by Circuit City, is a good size and good price for a basic 1080p TV. Its LED TV technology gives the display a great-looking picture, and there are a lot of input ports for maximum flexibility. For another option with great picture quality and the added benefit of smart TV functionality, check out our Samsung N5200 review.

Pros
  • Affordable; Circuit City brand
  • Many connections: 3 HDMI, USB, VGA
  • Very little power consumption
Cons
  • TV stand is hard to install
  • Sound quality isn’t great
  • Amazon reviewers report receiving broken units

Performance/Display/Resolution/Refresh

The Sansui S40P28F is a basic full HD LED TV with great picture quality and a vivid color range that makes TV shows, sports games, and films look their best. It has a 60hz refresh rate, good for video games. While not the more higher-end OLED technology, DLED TVs still clearly show details and clear pictures. Its capabilities are similar to the LG 22LJ4540 TV.

Related: Also check out our Seura Shade Outdoor TV review.

Sound

The sound on the Sansui is okay, but many Amazon reviewers said they purchased external speakers for better audio quality. The sound level is fairly loud for a flat screen TV.

See also: Our Samsung UN75TU8000FXZA review.

Smart Features

This unit is not a smart LED TV and does not have built-in wifi, nor an ethernet port. If you aren’t tech-savvy and don’t want to fiddle with smart TV setup, then the Sansui S40P28F is perfect for you. But if you’re looking for something to add to your smart home, check out the Sony X900E TV or read our Skyworth E20300 review and see which fits your needs best.

Ports/Expandability

The Sansui is very flexible, with 3 HDMI ports, VGA, and USB, all perfect for hooking up gaming consoles, Blu-Ray players, and your cable box. With the VGA port, you can even use this TV like a computer monitor. For more connectivity, the TCL 40S325 also has Bluetooth so you can connect wireless headphones or use your phone to stream content.

Value

At $190 for a 40-inch flat screen, the Sansui HD TV isn’t too expensive. It doesn’t have smart features, which decreases its value, but it’s still a good buy for someone who isn’t super tech-savvy, or just doesn’t want to mess with setting up a smart TV. The Sansui also comes with a 6-foot HDMI cable, other accessories, and a 1-year warranty. Most importantly, the Sansui has lower power consumption than other 1080p TVs on the market, increasing your overall savings. For another affordabe option with added smart TV functionality, you can read our Samsung M5300 review.

Sansui 40-Inch 1080p FHD DLED TV Wrap Up

This Sansui unit is a pretty good LED HD TV at a pretty good price. Its biggest downside is that it’s not a smart TV, but it’s good for anyone that just wants the basics. If you’re looking for something to add to your smart home ecosystem, check out the Samsung Electronics UN32N5300AFXZA 32″ 1080p Smart LED TV.

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