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32" LCD TV- VALUE AT JUST £279.99- BE QUICK!!. Super 32" LCD TV. I bought one and am impressed#! Over half the price of the senior brands!

The retailer is http://www.dabs.com
- richthemoneysave

Panel Size :32"TFT (Active Matrix)
Aspect Ratio :16: 9
Resolution :1366 x 768 (WXGA)
Pixel Pitch :0.51 x 0.51 mm
Display Colors :16.7M
Brightness (cd/m2) :500cd/m2
Contrast Ratio :1200 : 1
Response time :8ms
Viewing Angle, H/V :176 degree(H) / 176 degree(V)
TV system:PAL, SECAM
Video Signal :TV,YPbPr,HDMI,VGA,SCART1, SCART2,Video,S-Video
Audio Signal :RCA Audio In(L/R), headphone Out
Internal Speaker :Stereo Speaker (8Wx2)
OSD language :English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian
Other Feature :Support DE-interlace, NICAM, 10 pages Teletext, Aspect ratio adjustment, 3D Comb Filter, noise reduction
Remote Control:Yes
Power Supply :AC 100~240V 50/60Hz
Power Consumption :Working 200W(Max),Standby 4W
Net Weight :16.7 kg
Monitor Dimension (WxHxD mm) :813 x 645 x 240mm
Carton Dimension (WxHxD mm) :913 x 735 x 263 mm
Regulation Safety&EMI:CE
- Syzable
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#1
Welcome to HUKD richthemoneysave :)
#2
-7.6DG cold already...why?!?!
#3
g8 find.. seems like it was £240 2 months ago.
#4
Welcome to HUKD richthemoneysave :)

P&P is £13.38 inc VAT - £293.37 delivered :)

PS: Its a HD Ready TV
[mod]#5
Added the specifications to the original post for you. :thumbsup:
[helper]#6
Don't feel you have to rush out and buy this - there are several other tv's around the £300 many of which have been mentioned on here (Mirai, Hannspree, Orion, Elonex). Reviews on all of them seem to vary widely so I'd read around first. According to posts on the avforums http://www.avforums.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=155 this may be a rebranded Digimate tv.....
#7
You can get this with free delivery via pricerunner (follow any dabs link). I wont post a link to it as it is a thrid party (which to me is no different to getting cash back via quidco which is also a third party) but feel it will save people money. You can't use quidco with this though.
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[SIZE=2]Emmajk42 I hope I haven't broke the rules again but it does save people money and that is what we are here to do. Sorry in advance if I have.[/SIZE]
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gari189
Don't feel you have to rush out and buy this - there are several other tv's around the £300 many of which have been mentioned on here (Mirai, Hannspree, Orion, Elonex). Reviews on all of them seem to vary widely so I'd read around first. According to posts on the avforums http://www.avforums.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=155 this may be a rebranded Digimate tv.....


I agree, there are several tv's that are 32" around the £300 mark.

Don't want to feel like I am knocking any of these budget deals, but still buy wisely with research into each of them as you have said.

Some people state that these budget tv's have the same panels as the big brands...and this is true, they do. Apparantly there are only something like 5 different lcd panel maunfacturers. However the panel isnt the be all and end all of picture quality. A lot of cheaper lcd tv's dont have decent picture enhancement circuitry and have very basic picture enhancement settings.

So I strongly advise anyone to think about what they are going to use their LCD for before buying, saving that exta £100 over a big brand with enhanced circuitry in may not be the best option.

If you are pumping through HD sources however, then a cheap lcd is fine, however with standard definition sources, unless you have decent circuitry to enhance the picture quality through settings, a lot of cheap lcd tv's struggle to provide the image quality of any of the big brands, and even then still research!
#9
gari189
Don't feel you have to rush out and buy this - there are several other tv's around the £300 many of which have been mentioned on here (Mirai, Hannspree, Orion, Elonex). Reviews on all of them seem to vary widely so I'd read around first. According to posts on the avforums http://www.avforums.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=155 this may be a rebranded Digimate tv.....


know what you mean, seem to be lots around. have 300 to spen on a lcd , any wish to comment on what would be the best one to get?
#10
simonbrowne
know what you mean, seem to be lots around. have 300 to spen on a lcd , any wish to comment on what would be the best one to get?


Have a look at my post above, and also look at that avforum for reviews by people that have bought some of these cheaper LCD's

Don't buy on price alone is my advice, look at what you NEED the lcd tv for first. Do you need it for standard definition material? Is it going to be used for a computer monitor at all? Video Gaming? Any HD material you are going to be putting through it?

Research as much as you can, £300 is cheap for a 32" but even so, its still a lot of money to pump into something that you will use on a daily basis, you dont want to be disappointed.
1 Like #11
spend some time on avforums.... I ended up going for the AOC from Intekx.com as it had the best balance between price (£330ish iirc), merchant (not a bad word read against intekx) and review of the performance.

For the record I am more than happy with mine and almost everyone who comes round and watches it (fed from standard Virgin, not V+) comments on how good the picture is. Granted they are not experts, but I suspect if you are then you won't be interested in a budget one.

did I mention spend some time on avforums? :) just don't get too put off by the negative geeky stuff and remember what you are loking for from a budget tv.
[helper]#12
Apparently you get an additional 2 years warranty (3 years in total) with Digimate if you register online within 14 days of purchase. Some reports of motion blur with this tv on the av forums.
If you look on the av forums every telly has its faults which makes choosing even more difficult. Most of my viewing will be standard definition with some HD use with an xbox. For me - I think the best value around is if you can get John Lewis to match the price of the Toshiba 32c3030db of £449 from Empire Direct. You get a good telly at a good price which is gauranteed for 5 years. [edit - just noticed a review that was fairly critical of the telly :cry: ]
Problem with most of the £300 ones are they only have a warranty of 1 or 2 years although the Mirai comes with 3. If I have to go for a £300 one I'd probably go with Orion or AOC...still looking at the moment.
Forgot to mention Orion can be purchased from Currys for £350 but you can reduce this by £30 using discount code, if you go through quidco you get 3.5% cashback and you can also get an additional 5% off using NHS discount code. But look on the av forums first. Not sure of the cheapest price of the AOC...
#13
Just look at the reviews !!! I think if I was worried about the quality with 98 mostly positive reviews I would be more assured - nice spot to the OP - :thumbsup:
#14
i got one a few months back with free dvd hdmi upscaling dvd player and hdmi cable actually saying that i had it before uk ps3 was out maybe like 4 - 5 days before so about march time not had any problems with mine its been 200% all the way and got mine for less that this with free stuff!!! to me its warm not hot
#15
Thanks for the support- emasu & edi & zafonic. Thanks also for altering the post to include delivery- something I`ll do next time::oops:

Yes- I do agree with what`s been said. I`ve read AVForums also- but there are no tellies 100% perfect- so this HD set for the money they are asking for can`t be bad can it.

Forgot to state also:- `REDUCED for this weekend only! Was £299.99- NOW
£279.99 inc vat + Del Ch.`

Quidco state- `LCD`s- save 2%!!`:thumbsup:
#16
Food for thought before buying a big LCD tv: consider why you are buying a TV like this. Unless you need a new TV (in which case by all means get a HD-ready one like this) I would advise against getting one for the picture. Having a HDTV set like this and NOT having a HDTV source (like Sky+ HD) will mean your picture quality will suffer over your old SD tube telly. By all means, be ready for the future, but these will only get cheaper and better over time. I'm thinking Christmas when I'll dive into HD - as I expect another price drop before then and maybe a few more channels available.

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