32" TOSHIBA FULL 1080P HD LCD TV 1920x1080 Res 30 000:1 Contrast Ratio FREE DELIVERY!! £379.05 @ Laskys - HotUKDeals
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£399 - 5% = £379.05

Be quick 5% only lasts until 24th April 09

Alternatively for those who use Quidco Dixons have it for £399 with 4% quidco £383.04 Delivered and this doesn't expire!!!!

http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/store/dix_page.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@0163330443.1240258806@@@@&BV_EngineID=cccjadegmkjdlelcflgceggdhhmdfhm.0&page=Accessory&sku=769085
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#1
Dixons don't have quidco any more for electricals

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Dixons Entertainment sell DVDs, CDs, Books, and Games. All at low cost and all delivered FREE.
#2
Topcashback do Dixons though.
#3
http://www.dixons.co.uk/product.php?sku=769085< link to use after quidco or topcashback
#4
voted hot as this is cheaper than deals i've seen for this but i read its pointless having full HD on anythin smaller than 37"?
I'd pay an extra £80 for the 37" model (37XV555DB).
#5
a bit pricy for a 32", should be around 300 mark! get the lg below for 300! 720p is enough unless u use it as a pc monitor
#6
mikeswrx02 is right, 1080p on a 32" LCD isn't worth the extra unless you're planning on hooking it up to a computer. If you are then this is a heck of a price!
#7
weiran
mikeswrx02 is right, 1080p on a 32" LCD isn't worth the extra unless you're planning on hooking it up to a computer. If you are then this is a heck of a price!


have you ever used a tv as a monitor? bad plan.
#8
Man why do 1080p 37-40" TVs cost hundreds more?
#9
Diekund
have you ever used a tv as a monitor? bad plan.


I hope you have a reason for making such an erroneous statement?
#10
Sephiroth
Man why do 1080p 37-40" TVs cost hundreds more?


Just wait for the good deals... My Toshiba 37" 1080p (which I use as my primary monitor) cost £391 from Sainsburys.
#11
Sephiroth
Man why do 1080p 37-40" TVs cost hundreds more?


Not hundreds more. the 37Xv555db 1080p can be had for around £460-£500
#12
I got my Toshiba 42IN 42XV553DB 1080P Digital LCD TV from Clearance Bargain's with a 12 month warranty for £459.99 :thumbsup:

Only diffrence between the 555 and the 553 is the stand.

TV quality is good and would recommend a Toshiba.
#13
Really nice TV. £424 (-2.5% Quidco http://www.quidco.com/digital-direct/ = £413.41) with a 3 year warranty http://www.digitaldirect.co.uk/toshiba/32xv553.htmlIn stock as I type.

This TV has been about for many months (it's been posted here lots of times) and I assume this is the last of the stock.
#14
Diekund:
have you ever used a tv as a monitor? bad plan.


Agreed if it's your only screen.
#15
I agree with all you guys saying wait for good deals and such. Just annoying my parents keep asking me every day if I've found a cheap TV for them! Clearance Bargains as in the ex-Argos stock store? There's one in my hometown. I should check there.
#16
petermerritt
Agreed if it's your only screen.


Disagree, I have a 32" sony bravia 720p tv and its hooked up to my ps3, pc and also use it as a TV and have no probs at all.
#17
TehJumpingJawa
I hope you have a reason for making such an erroneous statement?


well they are not supposed to be used close up. the glare on them kills my eyes
#18
mano8
Disagree, I have a 32" sony bravia 720p tv and its hooked up to my ps3, pc and also use it as a TV and have no probs at all.

Thing is with a 720p screen it has a lower resolution than my 19" monitor. That's why they're bad for computer screens. Unless you have poor eyesight and need everything to look massive. A 1080p screen used as a computer screen isn't too bad but a dedicated monitor at 32" would be higher than 1080p. 1080p is the standard for a 24" monitor. Well technically it's 1920x1200 due to the 16:10 vs 16:9 thing.
#19
Sephiroth
I agree with all you guys saying wait for good deals and such. Just annoying my parents keep asking me every day if I've found a cheap TV for them! Clearance Bargains as in the ex-Argos stock store? There's one in my hometown. I should check there.


Yeah Clearance Bagain's the ex-Argos stock we have one in my town of Stanley ,County Durham don't know how many they had but when i seen it for 459.99 i snapped it up that's a whole lot of telly and 1080p/24fps for the price :-D...
#20
good deal
banned#21
great deal
#22
Costco have these for about 404.00 with a 5 year warranty!
#23
TehJumpingJawa
Just wait for the good deals... My Toshiba 37" 1080p (which I use as my primary monitor) cost £391 from Sainsburys.


That was kind of a 1 off.

I bought the Tosh 37" 1080p from Sainsburys in Jan for just shy of £470 and that was still a great deal, and considering it wasn't Dixons and it was actually in stock on the day and I got the TV and took it away on the day, it's still a great price now. I use it as a second monitor and its perfect.

I've noticed (just out of interest) how much my particular TV and similar TVs have been selling for and TVs in general haven't come down much in price at all over the last 4 months. Sure, there's been the odd blistering deal on here for a lucky few, and 100 others from poor retailers where you are never likely to get the goods advertised on their website, but on average this TV and a lot of other deals on here are still selling for a hell of a lot more.
#24
Diekund
well they are not supposed to be used close up. the glare on them kills my eyes

Erm, turn the brightness down :roll:

HDTVs can make excellent monitors, and are absolutely fine for close-up use.
#25
Hi guys,

I had a 26" DMTECH lcd tv that has gone breaky breaky on me.....all sorts of multi colour rainbow lines going through it. Im not thinking of repair want to get a new one. This was perfect for my pc.

I have been thinking about buying a new LCD screen. Mostly i use as a pc monitor.

I was thinking of getting a 32". What do you guys think is this advisable for pc usage.

Any lcd tv's you can recomend for about £350 ish max.

Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

Thank
Nad

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