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As title says. Cant find much spec on the tv but the freeview picture seemed good and imo at the price it seems a bargain.
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http://img372.imageshack.us/img372/6760/image0097.th.jpg
#2
hot hot hot

not quite as good as the tesco 1080p over xmas unless this is 1080p?
banned#3
Nope sorry, these are 720p.

They have been instore for a while now and price has steadily dropped from £349
#4
Is it this one?

Cello/Neon C3273DVB
32 inch HD Ready LCD TV
Freeview built in Digital Tuner
2 HDMI sockets
2 scart sockets
500:1 contrast ratio
CI slot
2 x 6W Nicam stereo speakers
PC input
#5
thats because they are crap.

I bought my daughter one for xmas (smaller version) and had it exchanged 3 times for various different faults before the end of feb.
Customer service was very good, eventually getting a full refund, but very disappointed with the TV.
#6
You get what you pay for and this will deliver a whole 32 inches of rubbish picture quality. The sound will be pretty awful too (but it is on most TV's TBH).

Mind you, it's a good buy if you have cateracts!
#7
can you re-upload the image in full size showing the actual tv
#8
Price snobs

If your looking for a basic TV on a budget, then it's fine. If your looking for top spec, spend more money

SIM-PULLS!
#9
total and utter rubbish as bad as the alba and bush at argos for goodness sake buy a brand name yes you pay more but it will last years this tv will be lucky to last 2 years total crap
1 Like #10
LiGhTfasT
hot hot hot

not quite as good as the tesco 1080p over xmas unless this is 1080p?


If I was paying this sort of money for a tele then i wouldn't even consider a 1080p...the SD picture would be awful. And tbh I cant see much difference between 1080 and 720 on my 47" anyway.

This whole full HD thing is overrated if you ask me.
#11
I bought the Beko 32" LCD TV from Argos 18 months ago for £225 and its still going strong. For the bedroom you cant go wrong at this price. You could pay an extra £200+ for a branded make but will it be worth it if you using it for a 2nd set?

LOUGHBORO GUY
total and utter rubbish as bad as the alba and bush at argos for goodness sake buy a brand name yes you pay more but it will last years this tv will be lucky to last 2 years total crap
#12
you silly person
#13
never seen such a low contrast ration EVER!
1 Like #14
I am starting to wonder what people are drinking, smoking or whatever on this site.

£200, HD ready TV that is 32". I paid nearly £400 for a BUSH HD ready 26" 2 years ago. These idiots who are saying non brand name TVs are crap need to wake up and see some sense. You get what you pay for yes. However, if you have £200 to spend I cant see a reasonable reason to spend that money on a smaller sized TV if all you plan to do is watch TV.

Personally I am looking for a decent price branded 1080 40 or so inch TV, but I don't plan to skimp on the specs, but even I can see the value in this, as if I needed a replacement bedroom TV if my Bush TV died then I would snap one of these up.
#15
danny-mac
If I was paying this sort of money for a tele then i wouldn't even consider a 1080p...the SD picture would be awful. And tbh I cant see much difference between 1080 and 720 on my 47" anyway.

This whole full HD thing is overrated if you ask me.


Then your 47" TV must also be rubbish...............! ........or you watch it from the other side of your ballroom sized lounge.....!
#16
Think decent inputs are more important that the cost (aka brand) of the TV. My V+ box is doing incredible things with the SD picture on my 32" LG - so much so that when the SD and HD are broadcast side by side (ie on BBC 1 and BBC HD) I cannot tell the difference
#17
i must admit i can totally see the difference of 720p and 1080p on my Samsung 40" LCD TV (£700 18 month ago)

But anyone saying dont buy this its rubbish get a branded tv etc etc doesnt see this for what it really is! A cheap TV

if your not on great money or a tech geek then this is more than enouygh for a bedroom or a flat. I've seen them instore and the picture quality isnt too bad and the fact its 720p is a good thing for watching freeview etc

Anyone wanting 1080p shouldnt even consider buying a cheap ass tv and should go with a branded TV with a good image processer
#18
people can get so emotional when talking about ldc tvs lol !!!
i think this is a good price for a 32'' tv fair enough its not a name brand tv but then not everyone has got 400 quid to go and spend on a tv.as for people going on about cheap brands like bush,alba,beko etc my tvs are all going strong 5 yrs down the line so stop putting people off buying them products theres nothing wrong with them maybe you was just unlucky
#19
I understand the argument that some people just want as cheap a TV as possible, but I think I would rather pick up a second hand 32" CRT that get one of these rock bottom sets. Just check out well known auction sites you can get one for £50 easily. Probably less at a local second hand shop.
#20
Ur Mad!!1 200 For A 32" Hd Ready Lcd Is A Bargin. Stop Putting It Down At 200. Its Cheap And It Does What It Says On The Tin Lol.
And 1080p Is Worth The Buy Whoever Just Said It Nt All That. Have U Watched A Full Hd Telly On A Hd Film Ect.
I Have A 47" 1080p Full Hd Telly And I Love The Quality. Anyways Im Going To Buy This Tomorrow As I Need Another Telly.
So Thankyou For The Upload Ur A Diamond!! ;)
#21
duane29
Ur Mad!!1 200 For A 32" Hd Ready Lcd Is A Bargin. Stop Putting It Down At 200. Its Cheap And It Does What It Says On The Tin Lol.
And 1080p Is Worth The Buy Whoever Just Said It Nt All That. Have U Watched A Full Hd Telly On A Hd Film Ect.
I Have A 47" 1080p Full Hd Telly And I Love The Quality. Anyways Im Going To Buy This Tomorrow As I Need Another Telly.
So Thankyou For The Upload Ur A Diamond!! ;)


I guess it is cheap, and normally I'm against the "get a more expensive one" brigade but these bottom of the line sets really do look terrible. Maybe for the kids room it might possibly be ok I guess. But if you are even considering putting this in the living room, and you are not very very poor spend a little bit more and get something like this

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/165360
#22
Bought one at Xmas for my 2 son's for their bedroom, it's OK, decent picture, even better through their xbox paid £245 then.....Bumer :x
#23
danny-mac
If I was paying this sort of money for a tele then i wouldn't even consider a 1080p...the SD picture would be awful. And tbh I cant see much difference between 1080 and 720 on my 47" anyway.

This whole full HD thing is overrated if you ask me.


Cant have a very good tv then lol.

My panasonic plasma theres a huge difference between 720p and 1080p.
#24
Johnboy_1975
Think decent inputs are more important that the cost (aka brand) of the TV. My V+ box is doing incredible things with the SD picture on my 32" LG - so much so that when the SD and HD are broadcast side by side (ie on BBC 1 and BBC HD) I cannot tell the difference


:?
Maybe call virgin tomorrow and assure they really feed you with HD :)
Or is it time for you to start thinking about getting :thinking: ?

NO box/player can upscale SD to near HD quality. The whole upscaling talk is 99% marketing.
#25
striker33
Cant have a very good tv then lol.

My panasonic plasma theres a huge difference between 720p and 1080p.


Is you are sitting 6ft from it, otherwise you are deluding yourself. Lots of facts out there on the internet to support this.
#26
Sounds like a bargain to me so hot!

You do get what you pay for, I bought the panasonic p50v10 in november for my room and it is awesome, but cost £1350 (still bargain for the v10!) with 5 years warranty.

A 32" for £200 with a years warranty is a steal whatever the quality. As long as HD content looks better than SD content. You obviously aren't going to be a serious HD freak at this low budget. Perfect entry level TV IMO.
#27
Spotted this offer a week ago in Leicester but when I got back to Manchester and rang round there didnt seem to be any in stock hence I didnt post.

Think i'll try again. Need one for the 'back' room just for Xbox. Hot from me.
#28
500:1 contrast ratio for a 32" Telly!

No thanks!!

You do really get what you pay for with this size HD TV so dont be a tight wad and pay more for a decent one!

Sorry!
#29
LiGhTfasT
hot hot hot

not quite as good as the tesco 1080p over xmas unless this is 1080p?


i bought that tv at christmas and if this is not as good as that 1 god help anyone who buys this 1.Iknow 3 people who bought the tesco 1 and we have all had the same problems.never again
#30
Leadbeter
Then your 47" TV must also be rubbish...............! ........or you watch it from the other side of your ballroom sized lounge.....!


Nope, it's 47LH3000 and I watch it from 8 feet away.......:roll:
#31
The contrast ratio on most TV's advertised is usually inflated anyway as they quote Dynamic contrast ratio that can be measured in different ways to make it seem better.

As for this TV, if i were you i would pay an extra £70 or £80 (Not £200 or £400) an get a branded 32" Tv such as this Samsung from Richer Sounds:

http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/samsung/le32b450/sams-le32b450 £280
http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/samsung/le32b350/sams-le32b350 £270
#32
contrast ratio only matters really if your looking to watch movies etc in a dark room as blacks bars will not appear black more like a grey glow. i get it on my 1200.1 contrast tv.
#33
there's also the £299.99 with freeview and dvd player built in 37" at morrisons (Northampton) too
#34
THRILLER-DEEJAY
contrast ratio only matters really if your looking to watch movies etc in a dark room as blacks bars will not appear black more like a grey glow. i get it on my 1200.1 contrast tv.


The point i was trying to make is that most TV Sets these days are advertised with Contrast Ratios of 50,000:1 etc which is not a true figure as that is dynamic contract ratio and it can be measured in different ways by different manufacturers and it also depends on if it is plasma or LCD as plasma have static contract ratios. :-D

However saying that 500:1 is rather low for a 32" TV
#35
jamesdew
I guess it is cheap, and normally I'm against the "get a more expensive one" brigade but these bottom of the line sets really do look terrible. Maybe for the kids room it might possibly be ok I guess. But if you are even considering putting this in the living room, and you are not very very poor spend a little bit more and get something like this

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/165360


no i have a 47" full hd in my livivng room, i was thinking of this for bedroom just to watch normal tv ect n run my elite. will go and have alook at it n see what i think. ;):thumbsup:
#36
LiGhTfasT
hot hot hot

not quite as good as the tesco 1080p over xmas unless this is 1080p?


1080P is a waste on a tele this size. Also, resolution isn't what makes one tele better than the other, it's lots of other things, you can't normally tell from paper specs.
#37
williamj1
can you re-upload the image in full size showing the actual tv


Hi, hope this is a bit better:

http://img532.imageshack.us/img532/7162/image0095m.jpg
banned#38
seems ok tv for £200 price tag
#39
Astec123
I am starting to wonder what people are drinking, smoking or whatever on this site.

£200, HD ready TV that is 32". I paid nearly £400 for a BUSH HD ready 26" 2 years ago. These idiots who are saying non brand name TVs are crap need to wake up and see some sense. You get what you pay for yes. However, if you have £200 to spend I cant see a reasonable reason to spend that money on a smaller sized TV if all you plan to do is watch TV.

Personally I am looking for a decent price branded 1080 40 or so inch TV, but I don't plan to skimp on the specs, but even I can see the value in this, as if I needed a replacement bedroom TV if my Bush TV died then I would snap one of these up.


+1

Rep added. Need i say more
#40
Shivers
1080P is a waste on a tele this size. Also, resolution isn't what makes one tele better than the other, it's lots of other things, you can't normally tell from paper specs.


not for me i use my tesco one as a pc monitor and xbox so 1080 is a must. My tesco one has been brill cant fault it one bit

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