32" HD Ready Widescreen LCD TV with HDMI and Twin Scarts £299 plus Free upscaling digital set top box and HDMI lead (while stocks last) - HotUKDeals
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32" HD Ready Widescreen LCD TV with HDMI and Twin Scarts £299.00 plus Free upscaling digital set top box and HDMI lead (while stocks last)

£299.00 @ Goodmans
Features * Features * State-Of-The-Art 32" Widescreen LCD TV * 2 x 10W RMS power output * 1 x HDMI input * Nicam digital stereo sound * 99 Station, auto programme searc…
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9y, 2w agoFound 9 years, 2 weeks ago
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* Features
* State-Of-The-Art 32" Widescreen LCD TV
* 2 x 10W RMS power output
* 1 x HDMI input
* Nicam digital stereo sound
* 99 Station, auto programme search & store
* Fastext and Digital text
* Easy to use on screen displays
* Connections for PC use
* High brightness 550CD/m2 screen
* 1000:1 contrast ratio
* 170 degree horizontal/ vertical viewing angle
* Manual/Auto selectable 16:9/ 4:3 aspect ratio
* 1366 x 768 screen resolution
* Sleep timer and child lock
* 2 Scart in/ out, s-video in, composite video input, PC audio and video
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#1
Does anyone know if this has a headphone socket?
#2
Try this Pet

http://www.avforums.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-618869.html

or anyone who is interested, its a bit basic and went off topic but was about the goodmans and could be added too
#3
What's an upscaling digital set top box? :?
#4
steevieboy4u
What's an upscaling digital set top box? :?


For those of you who already have HD Ready TVs actual HD content is still hard to come by. Unless you want to pay hefty Sky HD or Virgin Media subscriptions the GDB15HD is the next best thing, sharpening those often blocky, smeared images to a crisp 1080i resolution.
#5
One good reason NOT to buy this, it only has one HDMI socket.

If you want to plug in say a HD box from Sky AND say a PS3 you need 2 HDMI sockets.
#6
Or a hdmi switcher
#7
guilbert53
One good reason NOT to buy this, it only has one HDMI socket.

If you want to plug in say a HD box from Sky AND say a PS3 you need 2 HDMI sockets.


Depends if your using a AV amp, I'm using a av amp which has HDMI switching so could use that for the extra HD sources, or you can get 4-1 HDMI switchers for about £20 I believe.
#8
Why is this showing as expired? Still seems in stock.
#9
wheres the site gone?
#10
which is better the one on ebuyer with 1500:1 ratio or this one?
#11
Its Still In Stock! Take It Off Of Expired!
#12
Their site seems to be down at the moment
#13
I'd rather spend an extra £100 and get a Samsung with a much-better contrast ratio.

This is still a hot deal though, hot and rep added.
#14
Still available!!!! Looks like a great price.
#15
coolfi
which is better the one on ebuyer with 1500:1 ratio or this one?


The ebuyer one is better as the higher the contrast ratio the better. Although if u want a cheap tv then this may be good value.

Edit- I think the Vistron Tv posted a few days ago is not as good as this as it has a 500:1 contrast ratio so this deal is HOT.
#16
Just checked the User Manual and there is NO HEADPHONE SOCKET. Power consumption 190 Watts and 5 Watts in standby.
#17
Can someone unexpire this as it is still available
#18
Just checked on the ebuyer and it says 1500:1 ratio, but the description on the manual it say 800:1, if I was to buy the ebuyer one, how do you check for ratio?

link here http://www.ebuyer.com/product/131916
#19
You might want to look here if you are thinking of buying the ebuyer one, some very mixed reviews
http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=688026

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