Nilait is a firm that has begun to generate interest among users for the affordability of its televisions, obviously most of them are low-end, but they integrate interesting features that usually improve the overall experience. Today we bring you one of the most basic models of this brand that gives us acceptable performance for certain actions and turns out to be ideal for personal use. We are talking about the Nilait Prism 32HA5001N .
|Make model||Nilait Prism 32HA5001N|
|Resolution||HD Ready (1366 x 768 pixels)|
|Frequency||50Hz / 60Hz (Hertz)|
|Dimensions without stand (Height x Width x Depth)||435 x 732 x 51mm|
|Dimensions with stand (Height x Width x Depth)||462 x 732 x 175mm|
|Weight (Without / With stand)||4kg / 4.2kg|
|VESA compatibility||Yes, 75x75mm|
|Energy Class||Category F|
|Content / Accessories||
Nilait Prisma 32HA5001N exterior design
It is normal for the aesthetics of low-end televisions to be very limited, since due to the budget they could hardly adapt a better construction to the design. Something similar happens in this case, although we notice that it does have some striking details , but we need a good placement to observe them.
We must bear in mind that we are dealing with a 32-inch model that, due to its dimensions, will fit well in kitchens or small rooms. We recommend purchasing the VESA bracket to mount the TV on the wall, so the front stands out more than it stands out for its thin bezels.
These generate a more attractive environment due to the presence that they have, however, the rear part has a bulky space that harms the design at a general level , in addition, we note that the construction materials are of low quality.
We only have two HDMI 2.0 that allow us to connect compatible devices and send their signal to the TV, likewise, it offers a USB 2.0 to play content, unfortunately it does not have the recording function. The rest of the physical connections are placed in the specifications table that we left at the top, right there we have placed the available tuners. There will be no wireless connection.
Image quality and functions in general
The image of the Nilait Prisma 32HA5001N does not stand out too much, since we have an HD Ready resolution that is currently one of the lowest. This does not mean that it is bad, in fact, it is used to display content, but there will be certain limitations with specific content.
Another detail to consider is that it has Direct LED backlighting , which seems regular to us because it does not include local dimming, therefore, there will be quality losses in very dark or bright environments. The interesting thing is that it has compatibility with HDR10 and HLG formats .
Technologies that work on contrast and colors generating a more immersive experience, yes, to notice the improvement the content must be compatible. As we can see the image will be acceptable up to a certain point .
We have two speakers that provide a total power of 12W that will be suitable for personal use, in addition, it offers Dolby Digital Plus that tries to deliver immersive and precise audio. However, there is currently more demanding content, so the sound may be left to us. In this case we can choose to purchase a sound bar, yes, we must make an extra expense, but perhaps necessary.
Is it worth buying this TV?
The Nilait Prisma 32HA5001N does not have a Smart TV, which can be a negative point for many, however, considering its price, it is totally normal. Obviously we are facing a very basic television that is probably better for a second home.
One of the main attractions is that it includes hotel mode , a perfect function for those who have businesses, offering the possibility of programming the maximum volume, setting the list of channels or simply establishing restrictions. Without a doubt, the price is what makes it worth it.
Are you looking for something basic, but with a Smart TV? A television that we recommend is the Nilait Prisma 40FA5001S that stands out for including Android 11.
Nilait Prism 32HA5001N: Pros and Cons
- HDR10 and HLG
- hotel mode
- back design
- No wireless connectivity