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43 inch Full HD Digihome 287 LED TV with Freeview HD - Tesco Direct- £199.00

£199.00 @ Tesco Direct
43" Full HD LED TV with Free View HD. Would be a good second TV for the kids room. 1920x1080 resolution, Full HD Built-in Freeview HD. Connect to other devices via 2 HDMI connections ring your favo… Read More
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43" Full HD LED TV with Free View HD. Would be a good second TV for the kids room. 1920x1080 resolution, Full HD Built-in Freeview HD. Connect to other devices via 2 HDMI connections

ring your favourite movies and television programmes to life with the Digihome 43287FHDD LED TV. Housed in a slim black chassis, this large 43-inch TV delivers a stunning Full HD 1080p viewing experience with excellent depth and vivid colours. Enjoy a wide array of content with the built-in Freeview HD tuner that provides access to over 60 TV channels, 12 HD channels, and 25 radio stations, all subscription free.

The 43287FHDD offers a wide 178-degree viewing angle to give you the perfect picture quality from almost every seat in the room. The rear of the TV is fitted with 2 HDMI sockets so you can easily connect up a satellite box, games console, Blu-Ray player or any other HDMI equipped device. In addition, there’s also a USB port for the playback of compatible video, audio and photo files.

Rated 'A' for energy efficiency, the Digihome 43287FHDD LED TV has an energy consumption of 75kWh per year.

This product includes a manufacturer warranty period of 1 year.
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A 43 inch TV is "Good for a second TV for the kids room"
How times have changed!

Nice price though
10 Likes
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
It is cheap. May be it is made in China(I do not have any evidence). How do you relate quality with price? I was just posting a cheap and large TV which can be at least used as a second TV for children, mainly for the folks who cannot afford the 'made in the UK'(if there are any) and 'high quality' which are rare in the market. Apologies if I upset yous standards.

Edited By: kkthomask on Oct 18, 2016 20:06: edit
6 Likes
sam_of_london
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
Not only cheap but old as well. These are old stock which retailers are trying to get rid of. I would waste my money buying old garbage. Buy 4k instead.

For £200?

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13 Likes #1
A 43 inch TV is "Good for a second TV for the kids room"
How times have changed!

Nice price though
4 Likes #2
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
1 Like #3
Abbottwaa
A 43 inch TV is "Good for a second TV for the kids room"
How times have changed!
Nice price though
I was assuming that is the general thought process. In fact I have only one 40" Sony at home. I share that with the kids(if they allow)
10 Likes #4
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
It is cheap. May be it is made in China(I do not have any evidence). How do you relate quality with price? I was just posting a cheap and large TV which can be at least used as a second TV for children, mainly for the folks who cannot afford the 'made in the UK'(if there are any) and 'high quality' which are rare in the market. Apologies if I upset yous standards.

Edited By: kkthomask on Oct 18, 2016 20:06: edit
1 Like #5
kkthomask
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
It is cheap. May be it is made in China(I do not have any evidence). How do you relate quality with price? I was just posting a cheap and large TV which can be at least used as a second TV for children, mainly for the folks who cannot afford the 'made in the UK'(if there are any) and 'high quality' which are rare in the market. Apologies if I upset yous standards.
I agree.
I think all grown ups on this site will know what to expect from a £199 43" LED TV. X)
1 Like #6
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff


Not only cheap but old as well. These are old stock which retailers are trying to get rid of. I would waste my money buying old garbage. Buy 4k instead.
6 Likes #7
sam_of_london
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
Not only cheap but old as well. These are old stock which retailers are trying to get rid of. I would waste my money buying old garbage. Buy 4k instead.

For £200?
4 Likes #8
sam_of_london
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
Not only cheap but old as well. These are old stock which retailers are trying to get rid of. I would waste my money buying old garbage. Buy 4k instead.
bad advice if you don't have 4k feeds and don't plan on getting some anytime soon........when will freeview 4k be available?

HDR more worthwhile than 4K in any case and this area needs tiem to settle on a true widely available standard.

So by all means buy 4k / HR now and but don't be surprised if you need to buy again in 2 yrs time....
#9
afroylnt
sam_of_london
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
Not only cheap but old as well. These are old stock which retailers are trying to get rid of. I would waste my money buying old garbage. Buy 4k instead.
bad advice if you don't have 4k feeds and don't plan on getting some anytime soon........when will freeview 4k be available?

HDR more worthwhile than 4K in any case and this area needs tiem to settle on a true widely available standard.

So by all means buy 4k / HR now and but don't be surprised if you need to buy again in 2 yrs time....


Freeview 4k will never be available because Freeview is a waste of mobile bandwidth to send one way TV signals when it can be used for two way mobile communication. But 4k tv can play 1080p but not the other way around. Nowadays most boxes are 4k so you will very soon regret not buying 4k tv and your money will go down the drain.
1 Like #10
sam_of_london
afroylnt
sam_of_london
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
Not only cheap but old as well. These are old stock which retailers are trying to get rid of. I would waste my money buying old garbage. Buy 4k instead.
bad advice if you don't have 4k feeds and don't plan on getting some anytime soon........when will freeview 4k be available?
HDR more worthwhile than 4K in any case and this area needs tiem to settle on a true widely available standard.
So by all means buy 4k / HR now and but don't be surprised if you need to buy again in 2 yrs time....
Freeview 4k will never be available because Freeview is a waste of mobile bandwidth to send one way TV signals when it can be used for two way mobile communication. But 4k tv can play 1080p but not the other way around. Nowadays most boxes are 4k so you will very soon regret not buying 4k tv and your money will go down the drain.
I will be watching SD & HD for the next couple of years - maybe the odd 4k show if I continue with Amazon prime but that will be on a small 32" TV so 4K pointless. So I will be much happier with a non-4k set that displays SD & HD better than a mediocre 4k set. 4k isn't for everyone...but you know that already.

In 2 yrs time I might for go a HDR OLED set that will be 4k by default but who knows maybe we will be on to 8K and 12bit by then....
#11
afroylnt
sam_of_london
afroylnt
sam_of_london
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
Not only cheap but old as well. These are old stock which retailers are trying to get rid of. I would waste my money buying old garbage. Buy 4k instead.
bad advice if you don't have 4k feeds and don't plan on getting some anytime soon........when will freeview 4k be available?
HDR more worthwhile than 4K in any case and this area needs tiem to settle on a true widely available standard.
So by all means buy 4k / HR now and but don't be surprised if you need to buy again in 2 yrs time....
Freeview 4k will never be available because Freeview is a waste of mobile bandwidth to send one way TV signals when it can be used for two way mobile communication. But 4k tv can play 1080p but not the other way around. Nowadays most boxes are 4k so you will very soon regret not buying 4k tv and your money will go down the drain.
I will be watching SD & HD for the next couple of years - maybe the odd 4k show if I continue with Amazon prime but that will be on a small 32" TV so 4K pointless. So I will be much happier with a non-4k set that displays SD & HD better than a mediocre 4k set. 4k isn't for everyone...but you know that already.

In 2 yrs time I might for go a HDR OLED set that will be 4k by default but who knows maybe we will be on to 8K and 12bit by then....


In my experience 4k tv plays 1080p better as well. And 4k is not expensive as well. If you look for the deals, you can get 4k tv for similar price.
1 Like #12
sam_of_london
afroylnt
sam_of_london
afroylnt
sam_of_london
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
Not only cheap but old as well. These are old stock which retailers are trying to get rid of. I would waste my money buying old garbage. Buy 4k instead.
bad advice if you don't have 4k feeds and don't plan on getting some anytime soon........when will freeview 4k be available?
HDR more worthwhile than 4K in any case and this area needs tiem to settle on a true widely available standard.
So by all means buy 4k / HR now and but don't be surprised if you need to buy again in 2 yrs time....
Freeview 4k will never be available because Freeview is a waste of mobile bandwidth to send one way TV signals when it can be used for two way mobile communication. But 4k tv can play 1080p but not the other way around. Nowadays most boxes are 4k so you will very soon regret not buying 4k tv and your money will go down the drain.
I will be watching SD & HD for the next couple of years - maybe the odd 4k show if I continue with Amazon prime but that will be on a small 32" TV so 4K pointless. So I will be much happier with a non-4k set that displays SD & HD better than a mediocre 4k set. 4k isn't for everyone...but you know that already.
In 2 yrs time I might for go a HDR OLED set that will be 4k by default but who knows maybe we will be on to 8K and 12bit by then....
In my experience 4k tv plays 1080p better as well. And 4k is not expensive as well. If you look for the deals, you can get 4k tv for similar price.

I seen reviews that have said to get a good SD / HD picture you need to avoide the entry level 4k sets and go for one with good upscaling whcih is going to cost at least £650-£700. That's quite a bit above a good SD / HD set.

With people mainly buying over the internet its hard to guage how well a TV upscales SD / HD signals.
2 Likes #13
sam_of_london
afroylnt
sam_of_london
afroylnt
sam_of_london
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
Not only cheap but old as well. These are old stock which retailers are trying to get rid of. I would waste my money buying old garbage. Buy 4k instead.
bad advice if you don't have 4k feeds and don't plan on getting some anytime soon........when will freeview 4k be available?
HDR more worthwhile than 4K in any case and this area needs tiem to settle on a true widely available standard.
So by all means buy 4k / HR now and but don't be surprised if you need to buy again in 2 yrs time....
Freeview 4k will never be available because Freeview is a waste of mobile bandwidth to send one way TV signals when it can be used for two way mobile communication. But 4k tv can play 1080p but not the other way around. Nowadays most boxes are 4k so you will very soon regret not buying 4k tv and your money will go down the drain.
I will be watching SD & HD for the next couple of years - maybe the odd 4k show if I continue with Amazon prime but that will be on a small 32" TV so 4K pointless. So I will be much happier with a non-4k set that displays SD & HD better than a mediocre 4k set. 4k isn't for everyone...but you know that already.

In 2 yrs time I might for go a HDR OLED set that will be 4k by default but who knows maybe we will be on to 8K and 12bit by then....


In my experience 4k tv plays 1080p better as well. And 4k is not expensive as well. If you look for the deals, you can get 4k tv for similar price.


Sam you're talking out of your backside. You're also a troll, I've seen you in other threads trolling too.
1 Like #14
Bought this 6 months ago. Returned next day. Was worst TV I have had.

Went for a 43" Seiki. Superb decision by me :)
2 Likes #15
sam_of_london
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
Not only cheap but old as well. These are old stock which retailers are trying to get rid of. I would waste my money buying old garbage. Buy 4k instead.
Very poor advice, you will not find a £200 4K television anywhere.
#16
better offer for a Hitachi smart TV the same size. rather buy Hitachi that some random junk
2 Likes #17
Great deal for anyone not up their own backside.
1 Like #18
apmirkin
better offer for a Hitachi smart TV the same size. rather buy Hitachi that some random junk


Both are probably made in the same factory :D

Edited By: Gollywood on Oct 21, 2016 09:16: ok
1 Like #19
Sam_Crow
Great deal for anyone not up their own backside.


Nothing wrong with cheap TVs but some of the 'made for supermarket' ones are really poor in terms of picture quality.

I'd consider a Seiki if this is your budget
#20
Gollywood
Bought this 6 months ago. Returned next day. Was worst TV I have had.

Totally agree, had mine for around 3 weeks before returning it.
Picture terrible
Sound terrible
Interface terrible
Remote Slow
Build quality terrible.

I have a 6 year old LG 32" that beats this by a mile in all the above.

I would look for something else round the same price, however bad it is it won't be worse than this.

Edited By: julieallen on Oct 21, 2016 09:20
1 Like #21
julieallen
Gollywood
Bought this 6 months ago. Returned next day. Was worst TV I have had.

Totally agree, had mine for around 3 weeks before returning it.
Picture terrible
Sound terrible
Interface terrible
Remote Slow
Build quality terrible.

I have a 6 year old LG 32" that beats this by a mile in all the above.

I would look for something else round the same price, however bad it is it won't be worse than this.


I've owned Blaupunkt & Seiki - delighted with both. The Digihome was a horror TV.
#22
I own this exact model for a few months now and find it to be of suitable quality for the price. once connected to HDMI, if the source is on then output is fine. sure for more £ you get more but more than suitable for TV box and PS. if you are after a bargain this is it.
#23
Gollywood
Sam_Crow
Great deal for anyone not up their own backside.
Nothing wrong with cheap TVs but some of the 'made for supermarket' ones are really poor in terms of picture quality.
I'd consider a Seiki if this is your budget

was that seiki the one you posted on here? you been happy with it I take it?
1 Like #24
EN1GMA
Gollywood
Sam_Crow
Great deal for anyone not up their own backside.
Nothing wrong with cheap TVs but some of the 'made for supermarket' ones are really poor in terms of picture quality.
I'd consider a Seiki if this is your budget

was that seiki the one you posted on here? you been happy with it I take it?


That's the one. Absolute bargain! I won't say that it's as good as my main Sony 43" but for £169 it ticks all the boxes. And I'm usually very anti-cheap TV

Edited By: Gollywood on Oct 21, 2016 09:46: why?
1 Like #25
julieallen
Gollywood
Bought this 6 months ago. Returned next day. Was worst TV I have had.
Totally agree, had mine for around 3 weeks before returning it.
Picture terrible
Sound terrible
Interface terrible
Remote Slow
Build quality terrible.
I have a 6 year old LG 32" that beats this by a mile in all the above.
I would look for something else round the same price, however bad it is it won't be worse than this.
Good to know; tks for the info.
#26
Gollywood
EN1GMA
Gollywood
Sam_Crow
Great deal for anyone not up their own backside.
Nothing wrong with cheap TVs but some of the 'made for supermarket' ones are really poor in terms of picture quality.
I'd consider a Seiki if this is your budget
was that seiki the one you posted on here? you been happy with it I take it?
That's the one. Absolute bargain! I won't say that it's as good as my main Sony 43" but for £169 it ticks all the boxes. And I'm usually very anti-cheap TV

which one was it again? i'll have to keep my eye out for it. I uhm and ahhd but didn't bite. should have really.
2 Likes #27
sam_of_london
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
Not only cheap but old as well. These are old stock which retailers are trying to get rid of. I would waste my money buying old garbage. Buy 4k instead.
I presume you can find a latest spec 4k TV for £199?????
1 Like #28
EN1GMA
Gollywood
EN1GMA
Gollywood
Sam_Crow
Great deal for anyone not up their own backside.
Nothing wrong with cheap TVs but some of the 'made for supermarket' ones are really poor in terms of picture quality.
I'd consider a Seiki if this is your budget
was that seiki the one you posted on here? you been happy with it I take it?
That's the one. Absolute bargain! I won't say that it's as good as my main Sony 43" but for £169 it ticks all the boxes. And I'm usually very anti-cheap TV

which one was it again? i'll have to keep my eye out for it. I uhm and ahhd but didn't bite. should have really.


This was the thread that I created. The model number is there. Obviously OOS stock now but might still be available elsewhere?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/seiki-se43fo02uk-43-led-1080p-full-hd-freeview-hd-tv-black-169-ao-com-2447877

Edited By: Gollywood on Oct 21, 2016 11:13: ok
#29
I returned my Digihome tele straight away, really poor quality. Much happier with my Hisense tele, which is up there with the best for picture quality.
#30
Will Black Friday have better deals on cheap TVs like this one, but with better quality cheap brands like Seiki?

I'm looking for a decent Full HD TV for my bedroom to play PS4 on.
2 Likes #31
Publix
kkthomask
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
It is cheap. May be it is made in China(I do not have any evidence). How do you relate quality with price? I was just posting a cheap and large TV which can be at least used as a second TV for children, mainly for the folks who cannot afford the 'made in the UK'(if there are any) and 'high quality' which are rare in the market. Apologies if I upset yous standards.
I agree.
I think all grown ups on this site will know what to expect from a £199 43" LED TV. X)
How patronising!
Also not everyone can afford expensive brands. I have an expensive Sony bought last year and we got a Blaupunkt for the bedroom a couple months ago and side by side I cannot see any difference in the quality of the picture. Same 50 inch screen.
#32
£160 for me as the missus has double staff discount this week...Will be ideal to just replace my ageing tv in the bedroom
#33
samuelsmith87
sam_of_london
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
Not only cheap but old as well. These are old stock which retailers are trying to get rid of. I would waste my money buying old garbage. Buy 4k instead.
I presume you can find a latest spec 4k TV for £199?????


Yes I read Aldi is selling 4k for £199
1 Like #34
Voted cold because it's not as good as a something costing three times as much

What is wrong with you people?
#35
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
Bought this when it was 179, great picture, EPG can be a little slow,the media player is really good, hasn't choked on anything put onto a USB stick , MKV, AVI, MP4, all play flawlessly. For the money, a fantastic tv.
1 Like #36
sam_of_london
afroylnt
sam_of_london
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
Not only cheap but old as well. These are old stock which retailers are trying to get rid of. I would waste my money buying old garbage. Buy 4k instead.
bad advice if you don't have 4k feeds and don't plan on getting some anytime soon........when will freeview 4k be available?
HDR more worthwhile than 4K in any case and this area needs tiem to settle on a true widely available standard.
So by all means buy 4k / HR now and but don't be surprised if you need to buy again in 2 yrs time....
Freeview 4k will never be available because Freeview is a waste of mobile bandwidth to send one way TV signals when it can be used for two way mobile communication. But 4k tv can play 1080p but not the other way around. Nowadays most boxes are 4k so you will very soon regret not buying 4k tv and your money will go down the drain.
Drivel as usual!
#37
Bought the 49 in about 10 months ago.
Most annoying thing is takes a few secs to start up and no standby light so you are never quite sure it's coming up for those few secs.

Can't complain for price.
#38
kkthomask
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff
It is cheap. May be it is made in China(I do not have any evidence). How do you relate quality with price? I was just posting a cheap and large TV which can be at least used as a second TV for children, mainly for the folks who cannot afford the 'made in the UK'(if there are any) and 'high quality' which are rare in the market. Apologies if I upset yous standards.
It's a BIG screen (with Freeview fer christ's sake) for a SMALL price, what's ter knock?, and YES, absolutely perfect for the kids room, since yer not gonna get the kids BITCH about "Connections", "Audio quality" 0r "Refresh rate" , not that I'm suggesting for ONE second that this set would have issues in any of these departments.
#39
ferrarian
voted cold simply because this is cheap chinese, flooding the market with low quality stuff

You are wrong mate!

I have a 50 inch Digihome TV for over a year now and had no problems. The colour is excellent and sound is very good. I watch HD sports and found no much difference than high end TVs.

If you open inside this TV you will find LG Display.
#40
Voted hot i can put it in the window with a picture of a owl to stop the pigeons landing on my window sill.

Edited By: gother on Oct 22, 2016 18:22

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