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HD Ready (720p) 94cm (37") Diagonal Screen 500cd/m Brightness 1200:1 Contrast Ratio 1366 x 768 Resolution 16:9 Aspect Ratio

Product Name: 37" LCD TV
Model No: LT37V1
Main Chip: TVIA 5600
Panel: Active Matrix TFT LCD
Screen Size: 37" (16:9)
Pixel Pitch: 0.6mm x 0.6mm
Display Colour: 16.7M
Max. Resolution: 1366x768
Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
Brightness: 500 cd/m^2
Viewing Angle: Horizontal: =88/-88, Vertical: +88/-88
Response Time: 8ms Gray to Gray
Synchronisation Range: Horizontal: 47~60KHz, Vertical: 49~61KHz
Front Controls: Power, Source, Menu, Channel Up, Channel Down, Volume Up, Volume Down, Enter
LED Indication: Red for AC power in. Green for operating
PC OSD Control: Brightness, Contrast, Volume, Phase, H-Position, V-Position, Sharpness, Source select
PC Input Terminal: D-SUB 15 Pins x 1
PC Audio in: PC Audio-in Jack x 1
Earphone: Earphone Jack x 1
Speaker: 10W x 2
Power Input: AC100-240V, 50-60Hz
VESA Compliant: 200mm x 100mm
Teletext: 10 pages (Hardware Decoding)
Power Consumption: 270W
Standby Power: Less than 3W
EMC & Safety: CB - CE
Accessories: Power Cord x 1 / Remote Controller x 1 / Batteries (AAA) x 2 / User Manual x 1
Weight: Net: 24.6Kg, Packaging: 30.2Kg

TV FUNCTIONS
TV Tuner: PAL-SECAM x 1 (PAL-SECAM BG/I/LL'/DK)
TV Support Display: SDTV: 480i/576i, EDTV: 480p/576p, HDTV: 1080i/720p 50/60Hz
Dual Display: PIP (Main: VGA/HDMI/YPbPr, Sub: TV/RCA/Scart/S) (Optional 3 sizes/4 locations) (Optional Sound from PIP)
TV Audio System: Stereo/Mono/Dual I/Dual II
Remote Control: IR Remote Controller

INPUT/OUTPUT
Video Input: S-Video Jack x 1 / Component Video Jack (Y.Pb.Pr) x 1 / RCA x 1 / SCART x 2 / HDMI x 1
Audio Input: RCA (L+R) x 1 / Component Audio Jack (L+R) x 1
AV Output: AV Video output x 1 / Audio output (R/L) x 1 (com in SCART)
Earphone Output: 1 (on the side)

Other Features:
Sleep Timer
Auto Channel Program
Channel Skip/Add
Channel Fine Tuning
Zoom Scaling
Child Lock
Colour Picture Preset
Colour Temperature Preset
Voice Effect Preset
Auto Volume Control
Menu Transparency Adjustable
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#1
Shame is only delivers 720p, but still a great price for a 37" LCD
#2
No digital?

I wouldn't buy a TV without built-in digital. Set top boxes are a thing of the past in my opinion.
#3
Gash
No digital?

I wouldn't buy a TV without built-in digital. Set top boxes are a thing of the past in my opinion.


Built-in digital boxes are never as good as separate ones, that is if your willing to spend the money a a good set-top box. With HD Freeview on trial and soon to be rolled out, those wishing for free HD content will have to deal with separate set top box.....
#4
and those of us with sky/virgin boxes wouldn't need the built it freeview either
#6
Good price for 37"
#7
Good size for the price. but is it any good ?.

Canny find any reviews on it
#8
Gash
No digital?

I wouldn't buy a TV without built-in digital. Set top boxes are a thing of the past in my opinion.


I'm sorry to say that set top boxes are the future, certainly for folks with the current generation of TV's with built in freeview as they'll be needed to receive any HD freeview channels in MPEG4..
#9
Rocksy
I'm sorry to say that set top boxes are the future, certainly for folks with the current generation of TV's with built in freeview as they'll be needed to receive any HD freeview channels in MPEG4..


I have to agree - I can't see the point in any tuner in a large LCD screen - you just need plenty of inputs. ;-)
#10
I got a 32" Elonex LCD for my dad late last year, which was £320.
Build quality is very nice and picture quality was stunning. The only thing it lacked was decent speakers, but then most LCD's have that problem.

I'd guess they'd use the same quality components in this set, which would make it a star buy fot that price.
#11
Gash
No digital?

I wouldn't buy a TV without built-in digital. Set top boxes are a thing of the past in my opinion.


not worried about digital ,many years away where i live but the 1 x hdmi puts me off
#12
wombat6025;1905922
I have to agree - I can't see the point in any tuner in a
large LCD screen - you just need plenty of inputs. ;-)


Agree



Who remembers Sony Pro Feel range in the 80's basically a monitor with loads of connections,
#13
Bully
not worried about digital ,many years away where i live but the 1 x hdmi puts me off


Norn Iron is scheduled for digital switchover in 2012 which isn't really that far off. I was trying to hold out a bit longer but the death of my old CRT forced my hand...
#14
1212 is still a fair while away yet... But im gonna agree - a LOT can change in 4 years with technology, and im just a bit weary that by the time the switchover happens, your TV will be considered old and redundant technology - the way CRT is considered now. But still, at £300 a 37" HDTV is a steal! Even if you are not getting full use out of it, you will soon...
banned#15
There must be a review of this somewhere
#16
Now showing as £299.57 :-(
#17
BorisTheSpider
Now showing as £299.57 :-(


The price is £299.57, but with delivery it is £326.89!!!

Still 3 left!
#18
ooops - i was having a true 'blonde moment' there. £299.57 somehow read as £399.57 in my head.

im off to get my coat now........
#19
Just ordered one :thumbsup:

As long as it works ok, can't complain at that price.

The stock hasn't gone down after I ordered though, think there must be a fair few left. Noticed Aria often does that whole "last few, order now" thing in the past.
#20
Last time i ordered a super web special, i noticed they were slowly drip feeding amount of stock in the specials, hmm now to get this thread unexpired
#21
Wow i'm surprised people are complaining about a 37" lcd at this price. What are you expecting to get?
#22
now showing as out of stock - gutted! this needs to be expired
#23
I was thinking about trying this out as a pc monitor.....nevermind not in stock..
#24
Uses VERY HIGH amount of electricity! The average yearly cost £150 [Sony or Philips cost £75]. Not such a bargain.
#25
I don't understand those talking of DIGITAL as though it is different to FREEVIEW. Whenever the digital switch occurs, all one needs to do is buy a £20 freeview box and plug it into ANY tv that has at least one scart connection (barring a nasty scart to RF converter). Am I wrong in saying this? I am just bewildered that the Government (and the public, it seems) thinks that the digital switchover means anything. It's like Y2K or something, 1) because people seem to fear it and 2) because when it finally arrives it will prove to be no problem at all.

Like I said, maybe I'm confused, but as far i'm concerned, when the switchover comes, all you need is a current gen. freeview box to continue 'enjoying' terrestrial television, isn't it?
#26
pet2000
Uses VERY HIGH amount of electricity! The average yearly cost £150 [Sony or Philips cost £75]. Not such a bargain.


What kind of usage is that figure based upon, though? Does my Sammy use a lot? :?
#27
Elonex went bust a couple of years ago, not sure if this would mean any warranties wouldn't be honoured...I work in IT and I know people who have bought their Elonex computers are suffering as they can't get parts or a warranty repair...but that's computers, not sure if TV's are the same..but I know some who have had problems with LCDs but cannot get their warranty honoured due to Elonex now trading again but having been bought by another big company...
#28
Houldey
I don't understand those talking of DIGITAL as though it is different to FREEVIEW. Whenever the digital switch occurs, all one needs to do is buy a £20 freeview box and plug it into ANY tv that has at least one scart connection (barring a nasty scart to RF converter). Am I wrong in saying this? I am just bewildered that the Government (and the public, it seems) thinks that the digital switchover means anything. It's like Y2K or something, 1) because people seem to fear it and 2) because when it finally arrives it will prove to be no problem at all.

Like I said, maybe I'm confused, but as far i'm concerned, when the switchover comes, all you need is a current gen. freeview box to continue 'enjoying' terrestrial television, isn't it?


You also need an aerial which is capable of recieving digital signals, with MOST in the last 5 years been capable.
#29
Look like there are currrently 7 in stock, if thats of any help?
#30
They rang me up yesterday and arranged to deliver it at 6pm. They never turned up and rang today and said they'd bring it on Saturday. 20-odd quid for next day delivery that you have to take because there’s no cheaper option. Brilliant service from city-link there.
#31
As previously mentoned this item is back in stock, however it's no use to those in Northern Ireland as Aria are unwilling to ship it to either the north or the republic. gonna have to look elsewhere...
#32
i prefer the hannspree 37" than this as hannspree make good HDTV's.

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