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42" LCD 1080p Full HD Easy Touch TV - £399.00

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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Hello

I noticed that toys-r-us in Preston are selling a full HD 42" LCD TV for £399 which is not bad in my books. It's an Easy Touch TV as far as i can see.
These are the specs i pulled off the Amazon site

* Display Features:
* 42"DVB-T(MHEG-5)
* Display Technology:LCD
* Digital Compatibility: 480i/480P/576i/576P/720P/1080i/1080P
* Panel Manufacturer:CMO
* Panel Type: MVA/PVA (Multi Domain Vertical Aligment) Class: A
* Aspect Ratio: 16:9
* Resolution: 1920�1080
* Contrast Ratio: 8000:1
* Brightness:500nits
* Response Time: 6.5ms

Enjoy the benefits of digital high definition TV with Easy Touch ET0L7142P -42" Widescreen Full HD LCD TV.This 1920 x 1080 resolution TV comes with a contrast rate of 8000:1 to display deep blacks and bright colours on its 42" screen.Easy Touch TV has Integrated Digital Tuner for, DVB-T reception with (MHEG-5) so you can watch free digital television channels. Perfect for your digital entertainment and family get together in front of the television, the ET0L7142P -42" includes two HDMI sockets so you can hook up external video devices. Make a step to another level of television with ET0L7142P -42"!!

They have them in stock in Preston toys-r-us. Not sure if its nationwide.
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#1
what brand is it? and there is nothing on their website at all.
#2
awoodhall2003
what brand is it? and there is nothing on their website at all.


as in OP brand is "Easy Touch"
specs from Easy Touch site:


480I/480P/576I/576P/720P/1080i/1080p standards compatible.

Brightness: 500

Connectors type: TV (RF), S-Video, Component (Y,Pb,Pr), Scart 1, Scart 2, VGA - D-Sub (15-pin), 2xHDMI, 3.5mm stereo jack, VGA - input, Audio input, Video input socket

Contrast: 8000:1

Dimensions (include footing) [mm]: 1030 x 730 x 270

Dimensions [mm]: 1030 x 675 x 110

Display Resolution [pixels]: 1920*1080

OSD: OSD 21 european languages

Response Time [ms]: 6,5

Screen Size [inches]: 42

Speakers: yes

Stereo NICAM / A2: yes

Support Resolution: 1920*1080

Teletext: yes

VGA D-SUB (15 pin): yes

View angle horizontal [degree]: 170

View angle vertical [degree]: 170

Weight [kg]: 28,5

http://www.easy-touch.com/gfx/resized/333x250/zdjecia/30222-telewizor_lcd_easytouch_42_etl071-42hd.jpg
#3
i wouldn't touch it with a barge pole lol no pun intended!
#5
ah ok, im afraid ive never heard of them thus the question!
well seems cheap enough for the set, not sure if i would trust them myself, but hey cheap sets work out well sometimes, ive got a hannspree currently.
#6
Ignore the naysayers. A 42" LCD for £399 from the high-street is a good deal in anyone's books. If it goes wrong you can always return it. It's not like you're buying from pixmania or something :roll:
#7
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y234/sidler/toys-r-us.jpg

I scanned the reciept thingy if anyone wants to track it down
it'd make a mighty fine monitor for a PC i suppose since it's a VA screen
#8
Yeah but LCD tvs there really is a huge element of you get what you pay for. Some of the cheap (300-400 quid) sets I've seen look absolutely awful compared to the higher end sets. I think it's quite important to shop around and do research when buying one of these.

Interesting deal though, thanks to the OP for finding it.
#9
Review on amazon from one customer
#10
I'll give my local toys are us a ring and see if they have 1 in stock
#11
Bargain for a 1080p and 42inch, u can pay a lot more and go bigger screen i.e. lg 50 inch for about £700 but hey,depends on how much you have......i have 40 inch aldi tevion....v happy with it,and had it for nearly three years.
Don't be scared off by the names is what i'm saying,or go and buy a Sony for hundreds more:thumbsup:
#12
I got this TV yesterday, the Woking store didn't have it on display or advertised, and they had 2 in stock. I'm used to watching my housemates 1080p 42" toshiba, so I'll give you my first impressions.

GTA IV looks pretty good on it, though not totally sharp. I believe the game runs at less than 1080 so probably due to scaling artifacts. Colours are as good, or nearly as good as the toshiba.
I also played a DVD through the xbox 360, looks very good but on things like moving water there was more artifacting than on the toshiba tv, must have better processing. However, this is just showing up the flaws of the source video!
Freeview tv looks very good, well scaled, didn't notice any artifacting. Alot better than virgin cable tv looks on the other tv!

All in all, quite happy with it.
#13
awoodhall2003
but hey cheap sets work out well sometimes, ive got a hannspree currently.


HANSPREE MAKE SOME PRETTY NIFTY PC MONITORS!! :thumbsup:

YOU GOT A VGA ADAPTER ON YOURS??? :thinking:
#14
MattSqu


GTA IV looks pretty good on it, though not totally sharp. I believe the game runs at less than 1080 so probably due to scaling artifacts. Colours are as good, or nearly as good as the toshiba.
I also played a DVD through the xbox 360, looks very good but on things like moving water there was more artifacting than on the toshiba tv, must have better processing.


IT IS DOWN TO THE RESPONSE TIME OF THE MOITOR/TV!! THIS 1 HAS 6.5 M/S RESPONSE TIME IF YOU GOT ENOUGH BUCK TO DO IT YOU WOULD BUY 1 WITH 3 M/S RESPONSE AND THEN YOU WON'T GET MUCH BLUR AT ALL :thumbsup:

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