42" Plasma SD TV - £373.65 + delivery at Microdirect - HotUKDeals
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Not HD, but a good deal for those who don't use HD?

Description
This Beko 42WP300PS is a Plasma Television which has a display resolution of 85 480 pixels. This model is an EDTV-Ready Television TV with 2 x 7 watt speakers. Worth mentioning is the inclusion of a full-year manufacturers warranty

Specifications
General

Product Type
42" plasma TV
Digital Television Certification
Not certified
Width
105 cm
Depth
96 cm
Height
95 cm
Weight
32.4 kg
Display

Diagonal Size
42" - widescreen
Technology
Plasma (PDP)
Dynamic Contrast Ratio
3000:1
Brightness
1000 cd/m2
Vertical Resolution
480 lines
Horizontal Resolution
852 lines
Features
Parental control, on-screen menu
Remote Control

Type
Remote control - infrared
Audio System

Sound Output Mode
Stereo
Equaliser
Yes (5-band)
Output Power / Total
14 Watt
Connections

Connector Type
1 x SCART ( 21 PIN SCART )
1 x SCART (RGB) ( 21 PIN SCART )
VGA input
Power

Power Consumption Operational
275 Watt
Dimensions & Weight (Shipping)

Width (Shipping)
127 cm
Depth (Shipping)
35 cm
Height (Shipping)
80 cm
Weight (Shipping)
38 kg
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#1
Awful company to deal with - got a faulty tft -took 3 weeks and loads of phone calls and emails to get my money back -then they didn't refund courier charge they said they would and that took another 2 weeks -would not touch them ever again !
#2
good price thou for a 42 even thou dont hd
#3
good deal but shame not hd vote hot but i would not deal with this company again
#4
i would not deal with this company again


I'd second that - after returning a tv that didn't pick up a signal they told me they wouldn't refund my postage as the tv was working fine. The customer service guy was rude and I definitely wouldn't touch them in future.
#5
I am sure you can get a cheap HD 42" for maybe another £100. It's not like this is a quality TV anyway.

Go for HD, you might able to get a really cheap 42" HD for this price if you really looked!
#6
for another £130 i would go for that hd 42" lcd t.v in argos
still good price just shame about the company
#7
bridtown
for another £130 i would go for that hd 42" lcd t.v in argos
still good price just shame about the company

of course, pay more info you can afford the extra 30% and really plan to have an HD source in the next 2-3 years...
#8
I take it sd picture will look better on this tho as it is at native res so no upscaling.
#9
oohah
of course, pay more info you can afford the extra 30% and really plan to have an HD source in the next 2-3 years...


More like 5 years, how long do you keep your TVs?! :?

May as well spend more now and you will save changing TV every 2 years!
#10
cougarslam
I take it sd picture will look better on this tho as it is at native res so no upscaling.


I think it depends on which HD set you get.

Mine hasn't had any problems with SD though, but I can't comment on other TVs
#11
So if this set was HD, some of you would actually buy it. :w00t:

Beko & Microdirect, as if one isn't bad enough!

If any relative negative posts haven't put you off, the best of luck to you. You're going to need it!
#12
retropolis
So if this set was HD, some of you would actually buy it. :w00t:

Beko & Microdirect, as if one isn't bad enough!

If any relative negative posts haven't put you off, the best of luck to you. You're going to need it!


I don't think anyone who commented here, apart from maybe the OP would buy this TV :giggle:

If people were prepared to buy a cheap SD set like this, then they'd be prepared to buy a cheap HD set :whistling: Obviously it would be another £100ish, but IMO it would be the better option now
#13
ThePennyPincher
I don't think anyone who commented here, apart from maybe the OP would buy this TV :giggle:

If people were prepared to buy a cheap SD set like this, then they'd be prepared to buy a cheap HD set :whistling: Obviously it would be another £100ish, but IMO it would be the better option now


Obviously! :roll:
#14
Quantity over quality :)

Freesat HD and Freeview HD are launching over the next 18months too, whomever buys this will be kicking themselves within a year.
#15
retropolis
Obviously! :roll:


Well it's hardly going to be cheaper to get a HD set :whistling:

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