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HD TV Budget = £300

Sweetchinmusic Avatar
9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
I know people on here must be getting sick of the amount of deal requests for TVs lol. Sorry i finally have some money and just want to get one and get it over with. Need a HD TV preferably 32 inch. And Freeview. Im not a 100% technical wiz but if it has 1080p than that would be great though im sure id never use it lol.

Ive seen some like the Hanspree and stuff but there are so many negative reviews for the ones ive found. So any ones which is decent i would much appreciate it.

Thank you so much for any help.
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9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
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#1
Don't think you'll find 1080p for £300!!!
#2
Well to tell you the truth i really dont know what it is lol. I was just assuming if there was such a one. Otherwise i really dont mind as long as its a decent HDTV lol
#3
I recent got the Phillips 23PF4321 23" LCD from Dixons. Had to buy the Freeview DTR210 as an extre but with discount and Quidco it came in at around £320.
#4
I never look in these forums at other threads, luckily for you today I did...

I present to you a 32" LCD HD TV @ ebuyer.com with FREE Delivery ... currently rated 5/5 stars from 14 reviews, 99 in stock left.

You can order up until about 4pm tomorrow and still have it arrive at your door Thursday morning.

NO freeview but buy yourself a freeview box ~ £20
#5
oh and you get a free miniature football tv :p
#6
Sweetchinmusic
I know people on here must be getting sick of the amount of deal requests for TVs lol. Sorry i finally have some money and just want to get one and get it over with. Need a HD TV preferably 32 inch. And Freeview. Im not a 100% technical wiz but if it has 1080p than that would be great though im sure id never use it lol.

Ive seen some like the Hanspree and stuff but there are so many negative reviews for the ones ive found. So any ones which is decent i would much appreciate it.

Thank you so much for any help.

as with mst negatives theres positives

in your price range i would go for the hanspree
dont think u'll get much for £300 unless u go for other (non) branded lke mirais etc
id defo go for the hanspree for £300
#7
I got a Samsung refurb 32" for £300, its £350 with freeview
#8
ryouga
I got a Samsung refurb 32" for £300, its £350 with freeview


where from???
#9
Ive been thinking about that Hanspree one but i dunno im just hesitant to buy it for some reason lol. I dont mind brands im not really fussed about that, just that i have seen a bad review about it here and there. Is it a really good TV for the price?
#10
I found this on Ebuyer too

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/128561/rb/0

Is it better than the Hanspree?
#11
killabyte
where from???


Play.com but theres none left now
#12
Sweetchinmusic
I found this on Ebuyer too

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/128561/rb/0

Is it better than the Hanspree?


Difficult to say, the trouble with reading reviews is one person will love something, another will hate it.

For £300 you havn't really got a lot to lose to be honest.

One thing to consider, neither of these models have built in Freeview, I know you can plug in a Freeview Box, but that usually means another remote control etc.
#13
That's if you want to use freeview at all.
#14
Spark
That's if you want to use freeview at all.


Fair comment, however after analogue is switched off, any TV without built in Freeview will not function as a standalone TV.;-)
#15
When freeview starts it's hidef content after analogue is off, most freeviews will be only be picking up 50% or so of the DVB-T broadcasts.

£300 hdtv, just not very big tv...
http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/-/657/864/-/3436238/Acer-AL2416WB-24-Widescreen-TFT-Monitor/Product.html?P36=5TU9BR

Spec wise HD Ready TV = 720 minimum vertical lines + HDCP which that has albeit without any tuners.
#16
schizoboy
When freeview starts it's hidef content after analogue is off, most freeviews will be only be picking up 50% or so of the DVB-T broadcasts.

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Interesting, do you have a link to your quoted facts? I havn't seen anything that confirms that.
#17
Im leaning towards the Hanspree just considering it for a couple of days. Plus i get that small TV too so i could sell it and get some money back or something. Anyone know how long that deal is going to last?
#18
I would go for this AOC, got one and it very good - http://www.intekx.com/product_info.php?cPath=17&products_id=106

this ones 27" but theres a 32" one
#19
Seems like quite a good deal actually. 262.50 isnt bad. Although im guessing it will go up with delivery by quite a bit
#20
High Def & "Cheap" shouldnt be used in the same sentance. You will only get what you pay for in this instance.

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