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32" TV. Devently priced. £249.00 @ Sainsburys

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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
Not a bad price.

Have browsed internet, and this is one of the most decent prices for a 32" hd ready television.
Whilst not 1080p, it is still 1080i though.
Grab one, i think i am!
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Hi
Thanks for posting. And welcome to HUKD.
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#2
No freesat, so in comparison for me, not a good price. Only in comparison to the tesco deal though. Thanks for post!
#3
holmesgroove
No freesat, so in comparison for me, not a good price. Only in comparison to the tesco deal though. Thanks for post!


Don't you mean freeview?
#4
is that Devently in Cumbria, or is it Devently South Yorkshire?
#5
stamfordblue
Don't you mean freeview?


Yes, and no. If you were to look at the specifications, it states: Built in freesat? Then an X

Just tryin to be specific. Like you I guess. Nevermind eh!
#6
Why is anyone bothered about built-in Freesat or Freeview?

I'm annoyed by built-in analogue tuners as there's no analogue TV signal where I live and that input is fixed (i.e. non-deselectable) in my TV's list of input sources.

FreeviewHD is scheduled to be in my area within a year so an integrated SD DTT-tuner will be redundant but I receive only the limited lineup available from a relay so I'd go for (at least) a FreesatHD tuner to connect to my router and take advantage of the forthcoming iPlayer availability which means an integrated SD sat-tuner would also be redundant.

I don't want integrated anything and I don't want to pay for integrated anything. I'd much prefer a lower-cost TV with no tuners at all - and no integrated DVD player as I prefer my own choice of device capable of playing various types of DVD.
#7
JonBoy
Why is anyone bothered about built-in Freesat or Freeview?

I'm annoyed by built-in analogue tuners as there's no analogue TV signal where I live and that input is fixed (i.e. non-deselectable) in my TV's list of input sources.

FreeviewHD is scheduled to be in my area within a year so an integrated SD DTT-tuner will be redundant but I receive only the limited lineup available from a relay so I'd go for (at least) a FreesatHD tuner to connect to my router and take advantage of the forthcoming iPlayer availability which means an integrated SD sat-tuner would also be redundant.

I don't want integrated anything and I don't want to pay for integrated anything. I'd much prefer a lower-cost TV with no tuners at all - and no integrated DVD player as I prefer my own choice of device capable of playing various types of DVD.


Personally, just for easiness as it's for a spare room. It's nice to have a choice...
#8
JonBoy
t.

I don't want integrated anything and I don't want to pay for integrated anything. I'd much prefer a lower-cost TV with no tuners at all - and no integrated DVD player as I prefer my own choice of device capable of playing various types of DVD.


Perhaps a monitor may suit your requirements better than a TV then, a TV must have a tuner, otherwise it isn't a TV.:roll:
#9
Inactive
Perhaps a monitor may suit your requirements better than a TV then, a TV must have a tuner, otherwise it isn't a TV.:roll:


That answer is better than the deal itself! :thumbsup:
#10
Inactive
Perhaps a monitor may suit your requirements better than a TV then, a TV must have a tuner, otherwise it isn't a TV.:roll:


No - there's much more to it than that. There are technical differences - you could do some web searches to learn more.

Although there are some monitors available with HDMI input, even if I chose one with 1920x1080 cos a FreesatHD box upscaled to 1080i how would I connect a standard Sky digibox, for example, to it (remembering that physical connection isn't the greatest challenge)?

There have been TVs on the market with tuners in a separate box - the absence of an integrated tuner didn't stop the display unit being a TV and neither did that absence make it a PC monitor.
#11
holmesgroove
Yes, and no. If you were to look at the specifications, it states: Built in freesat? Then an X

Just tryin to be specific. Like you I guess. Nevermind eh!


Isn't there a difference with FreeSat and Freeview? :whistling: This TV has Freeview as it states it has a Digital TV tuner. So yes to freeview :thumbsup: not to FreeSat. Didn't know of many TV's that have FreeSat.:oops:
#12
mr_deals
Isn't there a difference with FreeSat and Freeview? :whistling: This TV has Freeview as it states it has a Digital TV tuner. So yes to freeview :thumbsup: not to FreeSat. Didn't know of many TV's that have FreeSat.:oops:


I'm not gettin podantic or gonna blow whistles at you. I just stated what was in the specification dude. Who gives a toss whether it's one or another. It doesn't have either anyway. As I say, I was just compairing it to one which has(Technika). Sorry to have got your feathers ruffled. Read it!
#13
Looks a good deal. It has a digital tuner so will have Freeview. Freesat is only good if you have a satellite dish which excludes a lot of people.
Freeview HD is a decade away for most of the country and I'm not even sure there are any tv's on sale at the moment that are capable of picking it up.
This is a good deal for the majority of the uk. Nothing fancy. Better tv's if you pay more, but ok for the money.

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