26" BEKO 26wlk530HID Black / Silver HD Ready LCD TV Freeview (Refurbished) - - HotUKDeals
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A very cheap 26'' HD Ready TV, with built in freeview. At micro direct for £234.99 delivered. Don't forget quidco at 3%, which equals £7.04 so effectively the price for the TV is £227.95! This product is refurbished and comes with a 12 month warranty.

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26 Beko 26WLK530HID Widescreen LCD TV HD Ready Freeview

Beko bring you the 26WLK530HID which boasts both style and value - with great specifications at a reasonable price. With a HDMI connector this great little set is also HD ready meaning its ready to receive HD images from HDTV broadcast, Blu-ray DVD or HD DVD.

High Definition Television is the highest quality of digital television available. It works by increasing the amount of scan lines providing a clearer and more detailed image than those available on regular analogue or digital TV.

Nicam stereo sound gives you near CD quality audio reproduction with 2 x 7watts audio output from the built in speakers. The PC input socket means it can double up as a monitor for your PC applications.

Watch over 30 channels for free on this family sized, budget priced LCD TV that's ready for a HD future. 8 Day (EPG) electronic program guide.
HD Ready
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suspended#1
is it possible to get further warranty??? either way a good deal tho

for people to lazy to read the whole post:

26" built in Speakers + freeview with 8 day electronic programme guide
HD ready (i imagine 720i/p and 1080i)
Only 1 HDMI (not sure what spec this will be, probably 1.2 (newest is 1.3 - sum1 can explain the small difference)

has a PC input - probably VGA

does Vista support 16:9 ratios out of the box???

using a Nvidia 7300GT, how would i change it to 16:9 or would it resize auto...?


feel free to post if im wrong about this - ill gladly change my post
1 Like #2
i am not sure about the warranty, but i know vista works with 16/9
#3
benwoodcock
is it possible to get further warranty??? either way a good deal tho

for people to lazy to read the whole post:

26" built in Speakers + freeview with 8 day electronic programme guide
HD ready (i imagine 720i/p and 1080i)
Only 1 HDMI (not sure what spec this will be, probably 1.2 (newest is 1.3 - sum1 can explain the small difference)

has a PC input - probably VGA

does Vista support 16:9 ratios out of the box???

using a Nvidia 7300GT, how would i change it to 16:9 or would it resize auto...?


feel free to post if im wrong about this - ill gladly change my post


I run a 42" LCD in wide screen 16:9 with Windows XP so I would imagine Vista certainly would.
#4
using a Nvidia 7300GT, how would i change it to 16:9 or would it resize auto


You don't need to, you just set the resolution of your PC to match the optimum resolution of the display, in this case 1366 * 768.

Also using VGA with LCD TVs is far less hassle than HDMI, which can suffer from overscan problems. (Losing 5%+/- of the displayed picture for example. All depends on the TV.)
#5
benwoodcock
is it possible to get further warranty??? either way a good deal tho

for people to lazy to read the whole post:

26" built in Speakers + freeview with 8 day electronic programme guide
HD ready (i imagine 720i/p and 1080i)
Only 1 HDMI (not sure what spec this will be, probably 1.2 (newest is 1.3 - sum1 can explain the small difference)

has a PC input - probably VGA

does Vista support 16:9 ratios out of the box???

using a Nvidia 7300GT, how would i change it to 16:9 or would it resize auto...?


feel free to post if im wrong about this - ill gladly change my post


Voted hot, good bedroom tv with freeview

I too run windows xp on 32" loewe lcd so should not have any problems with 16:9 format
#6
These always pop-up they had the 32 inch hanspree for £217 last week. Only ever 1 to buy so only 1 person can benefit.
#7
Wow, This is a great price for a tv with freeview built in!
#8
PHIL201086
These always pop-up they had the 32 inch hanspree for £217 last week. Only ever 1 to buy so only 1 person can benefit.

32'' hanspree for £217 are you sure???
suspended#9
thanx a lot guys for the help

overscan means it gives ur screen too many frames per second doesnt it
and screen burn is only on plasmas or rear projections

to change it to the optimum res would i right click on the desktop
go to graphics properties and click 1366*768 or would it appear when i click on my graphics card (it hasnt arrived yet form ebuyer, loving GC atm


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warning [/COLOR]Google checkout ends today so hurry up!!!
#10
bryntaylor99
32'' hanspree for £217 are you sure???


Yep, refurb ofc. You gotta be quick because they go within hours of them being put up. They also had a 27" and 32" AOC refurb quite cheap.

Edit: Actually £217 was on OCuk for hanspree B-grade stock. I had it saved on my favourites.
#11
just in case anyones interested, you can get this wihtout freeview refurb for £217
http://www.microdirect.co.uk/(17717)26-BEKO-26WLK520HD-Black-Silver-HD-Ready.aspx
#13
Thanks, good price. :thumbsup:

Was wondering though, has anyone ever had problems with refurb items?
1 Like #14
suze
Thanks, good price. :thumbsup:

Was wondering though, has anyone ever had problems with refurb items?


Well i am forever buying refurb's and must say i have never had any trouble so i would recommend them but only if there is a considerable saving and your offered at least a 12 month warranty (I never touch those items with 30 day warranties you see on ebay a lot) - if there are any major glitches they should show up in the first 12 months.

[LIST=1]
[*]Had lots of refurb mobile phones from Phones4U in my day: NO PROBLEMS!
[*]Refurb DAB Radio: Going strong over 2 years later from Currys
[*]Currently typing on a refurb philips PC: Over 1 year old and no problems so far from PC World
[*]And i have just ordered a refurb DVD recorder from ebuyer

[/LIST]

so i would recommend them!
#15
Thanks for advice 1303, good of you to reply :thumbsup:
#16
Damn these Refurb TVs go out of sale fast lol. Next time one is popped up for really cheap can someone put it as a deal? Really looking for a HD tv asap and cheapest is always the best for me lol
#17
http://www.techfever.co.uk/products.asp?partno=5891

Mirai 27" (new) £289.99 on techfever only 2 left but a great deal about £20 cheaper than anywhere else (they have the 22" model at £15 cheaper which says that this must be a good price for the 27" and last week this tv was £317).
#18
They cancelled my order for the Beko tv :( But I managed to get a 27" refurbished Goodmans on ebay for £240 quid :) Ebay is always worth a look.
#19
I don't think a goodmans is ever good though :roll:
banned#20
Lexeus
I don't think a goodmans is ever good though :roll:

Goodmans is the worst of the worst IMHO and I'd never buy a TV from Ebay as the guarantees offered are worthless.
#21
Back in stock!

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