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It is huge and the resolution is absolutely stunning... Swap your 21-inch LCD for this baby and be wooed... Perfect for Windows Vista

Vision PM-42FHDLCD 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution Vision PM-42FHDLCD

The world's first 42" LCD screen to offer full 1080p high definition pictures, you get true HDTV quality to take you into a galaxy of enriched visual entertainment! Equipped with HDMI and DVI inputs, you can connect up to HD-ready equipment such as set-top boxes and BluRay/HD-DVD players, as well as outputting your computer's display to this widescreen LCD set.

Delivering maximised reliability, the Vision 42" LCD TV is housed in a functional design, taking your home viewing to a whole new world. A sharp contrast ratio of 1,200:1 offers a staggeringly powerful visibility in all kinds of lighting conditions. Ready to work with PAL, NTSC and Secam signals, the versatility of this LCD HD-ready television is packed with features. Working with your existing equipment thanks to two Scart sockets and an RGB capability, this high-grade TV set is a value-packed performer for the high-definition age!

Features

* Hi-Def LCD Television
* HDMI and DVI connectivity
* Full High Definition 1080P
* 1920 x 1080 resolution.
* Comes complete with desk stand
* Sleep/wakeup/Realtime Auto On/Off
* Teletext 252 pages
* Zoom / Freeze Screen
* Multi TV Scan

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#1
great array of inputs too including:

1 x dvi
1 x hdmi
2 x component
2 x scart
1 x s-video
#2
its all getting confusing with all these deals
do i spend the same amount for a named 32" or go for a cheaper bigger one
#3
Thanks siliconbits :)

Looks good to me ! 5% Quidco cashback will offset the £58.75 surcharge.
#4
jasonrat
its all getting confusing with all these deals
do i spend the same amount for a named 32" or go for a cheaper bigger one

What matters most is how it looks and whether you like how it looks... and for that you actually need to eyeball it.
#5
4ms response time!!!!
#6
Fantastic deal.
#7
Fantastic deal. This is capable of 1080p, full HD format.
#8
jasonrat
its all getting confusing with all these deals
do i spend the same amount for a named 32" or go for a cheaper bigger one


Jason, this one is actually a 42-inch and what sets it apart from the rest of the band IMHO is that it has a near 2MP resolution. That makes a HUGE difference; nearly 80% more what other screens display.
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Several points worth noting after reading up on this set on AVForums.

Reports show people have only managed up to 720P on component - 1080i is not possible. 1920x1080p at 60hz has also not been achieved via HDMI/DVI as the set maxes out at 30hz which is still 1080i.

The set is actually one of these but rebranded http://www.alibaba.com/catalog/11486103/Television.html

Lots of reports of dead pixels too :-(

Vision claim that there was a batch of these sets incapable of 1080p, the conversation surrounding the set seems to have died though.
#10
Thanks for this siliconbits and the extra info as usual MBeeching :)
#11
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#12
siliconbits
what sets it apart from the rest of the band IMHO is that it has a near 2MP resolution. That makes a HUGE difference; nearly 80% more what other screens display.


So what you are saying is that this unknown brand is supposedly a lot better than the top brands?
It would be good to see a professional review of this against other brands...
#13
Wouldn't go near it.

Main reasons:

1) MBeeching post above shows it's display limitations.

2) Only 1 HDMI input

3) Poor contrast ratio
#14
Save your money and buy a quality brand (Sony, Panasonic, Pioneer etc) would be my advice, even if it does mean missing out on 1080p.
#15
The Sony Bravia 40inch 40w2000 (IMO) is the only LCD to touch the plasmas
Still £1300 quid though... (unless you know better?)
#16
Bigfootpete
So what you are saying is that this unknown brand is supposedly a lot better than the top brands?


on paper may be the specs look better, but that doesn't count for a lot, you really need to see them working.
#17
jasonrat
its all getting confusing with all these deals
do i spend the same amount for a named 32" or go for a cheaper bigger one

Easy, pay even less for a brand 42" here; http://www.laskys.com/televisions/plasma_tvs/plasma_tvs_40/lg_42pc1d.html
#18
Nice price for a 1080p I suppose, but at 42" you need to sit <8 feet to see the detail, and 6.5 feet ideally. Otherwise, just buy a 720p, you won't see any difference.


Personally, I'm tending towards the American view that 1080p is for 65-70" sets for most people (I've got a 55" 1080p).
#19
arfster
Nice price for a 1080p I suppose, but at 42" you need to sit <8 feet to see the detail, and 6.5 feet ideally. Otherwise, just buy a 720p, you won't see any difference.


Personally, I'm tending towards the American view that 1080p is for 65-70" sets for most people (I've got a 55" 1080p).


At that size I think I would rather have a projector setup rather than a huge TV always dominating the room.
#20
erics
At that size I think I would rather have a projector setup rather than a huge TV always dominating the room.


Yeah, a lot of people have a similar opinion, but the problem is 1080p front projectors are insanely expensive, where rear projectors at 60" or so can be had for $2500.
#21
John Mason


That's a plasma.... not LCD....
#22
siliconbits
That's a plasma.... not LCD....


My parents have the LG 42pc1d and it's a cracking set. The picture is great even with a SD picture, it looks like the best sub £800 deal to me. They bought it from Currys using the deal that was on here a week or so ago. I'd be pleased to have one of them in my living room. Personally tho I'm waiting for the Panny PX70 range... going to wait for it to come down in price a bit first too, unless there's a really good deal somewhere.
#23
For a 1080p that is super cheap.

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