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32" Full HD (1080p) LCD Digital TV @ Aldi £299.99

£299.99 @ ALDI
This is our first full HD (1080p) television. Full HD greatly enhances picture quality and is compatible with Playstation 3, Blu-ray Players and Sky HD (or cable equivalent). * 32" (82cm-visibl… Read More
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This is our first full HD (1080p) television. Full HD greatly enhances picture quality and is compatible with Playstation 3, Blu-ray Players and Sky HD (or cable equivalent).

* 32" (82cm-visible) Wide Aspect Panel
* Full HD IDTV (Freeview)
* DVB-T Tuner
* 250 Pages Teletext
* SRS Surround Sound XT
* 16:9 Widescreen
* 2 ?HDMI
* 2 ?SCART
* 8 Day Electronic Programme Guide
* Resolution: 1920(H) ?1080(V)
* Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 10,000:1
* Brightness: 500 CD/M2
* Response Time: 6ms
* Colour Capacity: 16.7m Colours
* Viewing Angle: 178°(H) / 178°(V)
* 3D Comb Filter
* 3 year warranty


OK it's not a Samsung or an LG but it's a decent Full HD TV with 3 years warranty for less than £300.

Available 4th June.
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#1
Classic sales quote

"This is our first full HD (1080p) television. Full HD greatly enhances picture quality and is compatible with Playstation 3, Blu-ray Players and Sky HD (or cable equivalent"


No actually it will make SD feeds look worse and just show any HD material as it should be.
#2
Uridium
Classic sales quote
"This is our first full HD (1080p) television. Full HD greatly enhances picture quality and is compatible with Playstation 3, Blu-ray Players and Sky HD (or cable equivalent"
No actually it will make SD feeds look worse and just show any HD material as it should be.

Quite agree. Plus who would want to sit 4' away from the screen to see that picture quality! Personally having bought a few "own brand" electronic/computing/gardening items from Aldi in the past that proved to be totally flawed or badly supported, I wouldn't risk my £ with them any more for any such item - fine for food/groceries/bric-a-brac (which is how my local Aldi now looks as too many of their bi-weekly specials which USED to sell out within days, now lurk in the stores for months) but not for asset items. Personally I think their pricing/staffing/stores are on the decline while Lidl's are clearly on the ascendency round me.

That said there may be some PC users who might value it for use as a Full-HD PC monitor on the basis that they can try it and return it fairly quickly if it does prove flawed (eg unable to actually pixel map 1:1 from a PC feed).

MKD
#3
Uridium
Classic sales quote

"This is our first full HD (1080p) television. Full HD greatly enhances picture quality and is compatible with Playstation 3, Blu-ray Players and Sky HD (or cable equivalent"


No actually it will make SD feeds look worse and just show any HD material as it should be.


So if you only have an sd feed (sky), you should not buy a full 1080p HD tv? I am a bit confused.
#4
boonergooner
So if you only have an sd feed (sky), you should not buy a full 1080p HD tv? I am a bit confused.


If you've no plans to upgrade to Bluray or SkyHD in the near future stick to a 720p tv
#5
Great find, great value.:thumbsup:

3 year warranty included @ less than £300.;-)

Voted HOT.
#6
Uridium
If you've no plans to upgrade to Bluray or SkyHD in the near future stick to a 720p tv


Why? The 576i source is going to get upscaled in either case. Having a finer grid in which to rescale the image means better IQ, doesn't it?
#7
dxx
Why? The 576i source is going to get upscaled in either case. Having a finer grid in which to rescale the image means better IQ, doesn't it?


Upscaling is a very misused word and it's actual meaning means interpolation. The process of interpolating an image of a certain number of pixels to an image of more pixels results in roughening the edges. Imagine a picture contain 2 x 2 pixels (yes I know it's an extreme case but will highlight the example). If 2 x 2 pixels is converted to a 1920 x 1080 image, then the 2 x 2 pixels have to be enlarged by using basic trigonometry to produce the resultant image.

Pre and post processing will be required to use more advanced algorithms rather than simple trigonometry by using edge detection methods to smoothen the edges. Some TVs possess this ability and can make SD feeds appear less blocky but if this TV does not have a processor capable of adequate pre and post processing then SD feeds will look poor. If a computer is connected then the computer can be used to process the image from a TV tuner.

What does IQ mean in this context?
#8
Now we have had a lesson in electronics, remember that this TV can be returned to Aldi within 28 days for any reason if you don't like it, so if the picture or sound isn't to anyone's liking, just take it back...sorted.
#9
Also if you are using with an SD feed the upscaling quality is even more important, this is what you really pay for with a branded HDTV as it's the processing engine/chipset that really does the work.
#10
Don't see why you would need 1080p for Sky HD. Blu-Ray yes.

Agree regarding the interpolation issue -- however seeing as many people now are buying upscaling DVD players, TV tuners etc this is less of a problem than it once was. The difference in PQ between a cheap TV connected to an upscaling DVD player and an expensive one connected to the same player is, for the most part, a function of the panel only, and the difference is likely to be minimal.

That said, with a small panel size and a low price tag, I don't see much point in a 1080p screen.
#11
anyone get this?
#12
Yes, I've bought one. Wanted one for my static caravan. It is branded LOGIX by Beko. Seems fine to fine although I'm not a LCD TV expert.

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