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26" HD ready LCD TV with freeview from Aldi £269.99

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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
26" HD ready LCD TV
each £269.99 *

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Featuring the very latest advancements in television technology, this sophisticated LCD screen TV is not only ready for the High Definition revolution, but also comes complete with built-in Freeview, allowing you access to over 40 new channels in an instant. Best of all, its slimline design makes it compact enough to slip unobtrusively into practically any corner of the home.

HD ready (1080i/720p/576p/480p)
2 x HDMI sockets (including HDCP decoding)
Integrated DVB-T tuner for all Freeview channels
Nicam stereo
Teletext with 100 page memory
EPG (Electronic Programme Guide)
Response time: 8ms (grey to grey.typ)
Viewing angle: 160° H/150° v (typ)
Contrast ratio: 800:1 (typ)
Brightness: 400cd/m2 (typ)
Physical resolution: 1366 x 768
3D digital comb filter noise reduction
200 programme storage locations
Automatic programme search with automatic storage
Picture Formats: 16:9, 14:9, Zoom, Panorama 4:3
Swap function
Child lock (DVB-T only)
5 favourite lists (DVB-T only)
Speakers: 2 x 8watts (RMS)
Video sockets: 2 x HDMI in (incl. HDCP decoding), VGA (15 pin D-sub), YUV (component), 2 SCART. S-Video in, composite video (2 RCA)
Audio sockets: Stereo audio in for PC, stereo audio in for composite video (2 RCA), stereo audio in for YUV (2 RCA), stereo headphone jack (3.5mm plug)
Accessories: Free remote control (inc. batteries), power cord
Weight: 13.1kg (net) 16.4kg (gross)
HD Detail like you have never seen before
High Definition is the greatest advancement in television technology since black and white changed to colour. A TV bearing the HD ready logo has the ability to display High Definition broadcasts of 720 or 1080 lines, as opposed to Standard broadcasts of 625 lines producing greatly enhanced picture quality.

FREEVIEW included
All Tevion HD TVs now include built-in freeview, which means you will have a greater number of Digital channels (and radio programmes) to choose from in an instant. Plus, thanks to the RED button facility, you can interact with your TV, actually taking part in the programme you're watching.
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#1
will this be instore only? my nearest store is Scotland
#2
ghosty;1447190
will this be instore only? my nearest store is Scotland

I think so, i'm sure Aldi don't have an online store.
#3
any reviews around for this telly? Looks a good price....
#4
Aldi also give you a 3 year guarantee. I have never had any problems getting a full refund on items I've taken back to them.
#5
Aldi was good a couple of years ago with price and quality but has changed since away from bargains and quality. You do get a three year guarantee but Tevion is not a good make. You do have 30 days to make up your mind whether you want to keep an item but, unless broken, the item has to be unused. I think there are better deals around.
#6
....for letting the world know, now I will have to wait in the wind and the rain from 7am Thursday morning to get one :p!!!!. Seriously tho, people say Tevion isnt a great make simply because Aldi sells their goods and this is usually without testing themselves. Ive had a few electrical items manufactured by Tevion and have so far had no issues. Anyway - for £269, the spec is top notch and should anything happen to the goods they are covered so inconvenience aside should there be a problem with the goods this is a great price.
#7
"Accessories: Free remote control (inc. batteries)"

Hmmm, you get a FREE remote control so it must be good LOL
#8
Are these wall mountable?
#9
This tv isnt great for the money, the contrast ratio is awful. For 30 quid extra you can have a 32inch hannspree or similar.
#10
@lawrenzini: Please get your facts right! THe contrast ratio quoted is 800 (typ) which mean stypical, NOT dynamic which is where the silly figures come from... 800 ISN'T brilliant, but it is pretty good...
And as for another 30 quid gets you a 32" hanspree, last I looked it would be at least 40 quid, and that would be WITHOUT freeview built in....
So for the money, decent contrast, ok brightness, 2xHDMI,, freeview and a 3yr warrantee... good value!
#11
bilbob
@lawrenzini: Please get your facts right! THe contrast ratio quoted is 800 (typ) which mean stypical, NOT dynamic which is where the silly figures come from... 800 ISN'T brilliant, but it is pretty good...
And as for another 30 quid gets you a 32" hanspree, last I looked it would be at least 40 quid, and that would be WITHOUT freeview built in....
So for the money, decent contrast, ok brightness, 2xHDMI,, freeview and a 3yr warrantee... good value!


Don't forget the free remote control!
#12
All my Aldi purchases have been returned for refunds because the items are cheap and inferior.
You get what you pay for and this tv looks cheap and i bet picture quality is poor (contrast ratio low).
Pay a little more and get a better brand name like Samsung who make some of the best LCD screens around!
#13
bilbob
@lawrenzini: Please get your facts right! THe contrast ratio quoted is 800 (typ) which mean stypical, NOT dynamic which is where the silly figures come from... 800 ISN'T brilliant, but it is pretty good...
And as for another 30 quid gets you a 32" hanspree, last I looked it would be at least 40 quid, and that would be WITHOUT freeview built in....
So for the money, decent contrast, ok brightness, 2xHDMI,, freeview and a 3yr warrantee... good value!


http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/specpage.html?NOV-32LCD - it's 30 quid. Agreed no nbuilt freeview, however I don't think that is an issue for most people.

Contrast ratio is v.important on an LCD, I wouldn't have one with 800:1.
#14
Why do people insist on comparing these deals at places like Aldi with main line high street brands?
That is not what these are meant to be... they are a budget, value brand with budget value performance... I would wager this set will perform as well as any sub 300 quid 26" LCD with built in FView and 2xhdmi and 3yr warranty.
Oh, actually, there isn't another one is there?
#15
lawrenzini
http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/specpage.html?NOV-32LCD - it's 30 quid. Agreed no nbuilt freeview, however I don't think that is an issue for most people.

Contrast ratio is v.important on an LCD, I wouldn't have one with 800:1.


Fair point... 30 quid. But many people won't actually WANT a 32"... I want an LCD for me bedroom, and a 32 will be too big... a 26 is ideal size... I WILL consider one of these. It's got built in FV, 2 hdmi, and a 3 year warranty, and it's from a physical shop I can take it back to if need be.
I've had many LCD's and I doubt that a 800:1 typical ratio is really THAT poor... my first LCD was a sharp 32 that had an actual ratio of 600.1 ... my current 6 month old sony, whilst visibly better, isn't THAT much better...
#16
my mates got the tevion hdd recorder as it going 24hrs a day no probs as for 30 day return unsed use it and return it after under guarentee:whistling:
#17
lawrenzini
This tv isnt great for the money, the contrast ratio is awful. For 30 quid extra you can have a 32inch hannspree or similar.


Nobody is talking 32", and Hanspree have many problems ( checkout AVForums )..no built in Freeview, so will soon be obsolete anyway.

Why bother posting?
#18
Sorry it's ok but nothing special.
#19
Inactive
Nobody is talking 32", and Hanspree have many problems ( checkout AVForums )..no built in Freeview, so will soon be obsolete anyway.

Why bother posting?


Eh? No built in freeview makes it obsolete?

You can buy freeview boxes, you know. Plus, a PVR is well worth an investment for a lot of people, and these generally come with at least one digital tuner. Which would render the built-in digital obsolete.

If people want to chip in with alternatives to the deal, then why not let them?

Also, the reviews for the other linked TV (the 32" Novatech, not Hanspree) are generally pretty positive.
#20
im after a budget 32 or a 20 something for the bedroom....

btw sainscurys have a nice looking 37" daewoo one but i bet its pants
#21
if you can afford the extra 80quid then go for the john lewis price match of this thread http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/131898/panasonic-tx26lmd70-26-lcd-tv-349-9/
much better tv than tevion and 5yr warranty with john lewis i have had 2 26lmd70's from JL using their price match.
#22
slotbadger
Eh? No built in freeview makes it obsolete?

You can buy freeview boxes, you know. Plus, a PVR is well worth an investment for a lot of people, and these generally come with at least one digital tuner. Which would render the built-in digital obsolete.

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I didn't say that it is obsolete, I said it will be, once Analogue is switched off, it will longer be a TV in it's own rights.

Yes you can connect up boxes to it, but then you end up with a load of remotes to operate things

So compare like with like if you are going to compare.

This set has Freeview..
banned#23
Inactive;1449420
Nobody is talking 32", and Hanspree have many problems ( checkout AVForums )..no built in Freeview, so will soon be obsolete anyway.
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I didn't say that it is obsolete, I said it will be, once Analogue is switched off, it will longer be a TV in it's own rights.

Yes you can connect up boxes to it, but then you end up with a load of remotes to operate things


Why bother posting?


Someone doesnt know what they are talking about me thinks.

What about those who use Virgin, SKY+ or Sky HD or anyother kind of PVR?

You could say that because it does not have HD Freeview built in its obsolete.

Besides I expect the freeview built into this set is sub standard..
#24
N20Y1D
Someone doesnt know what they are talking about me thinks.

What about those who use Virgin, SKY+ or Sky HD or anyother kind of PVR?

You could say that because it does not have HD Freeview built in its obsolete.

Besides I expect the freeview built into this set is sub standard..


I know full well what I am talking about.

A television to be described as a " television " must have it's own built in tuner, the ones being discussed ( not the Aldi one) have only an analogue tuner, which as we all know is being phased out, they will thus be obsolete as a Television.

You " expect " the Freeview tuner to be " sub standard " ... you will of course have some evidence to support your theory?? :roll:
#25
I agree with Inactive here, the TV will be obsolete when the analogue signals are turned off, then the tv will only be able to recieve nothing unless its connected to a digital source like Sky or freeview box, not everyone wants boxes connected to there tv's with god knows how many wires everywhere and scart leads and all that entails..
#26
saw one of the tevion's in aldi today - picture quality looked okay (they had a DVD playing) and looked not too bad in the flesh....a wee bit drab and plasticy but it's a tempter :-D

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