AOC L32WA91 32" LCD TV Freeview HD Ready 1366x768 450cd/m2 6.5ms 3x HDMI Scart MPeg4 - Black 2 Year Warranty - NOT A DUPLICATE DEAL! £264.99 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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I went to look at the other AOC TV deal on ebuyer:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/652203/aoc-l32wb81-32-lcd-hd-ready-tv-free

but found this one for just £15 more with (what I think is) a much better spec. Specifically 3 HDMI, better contrast, better response time and, most importantly, 2 x10 watts as opposed to 2 x 5 watts. Thought it was worth a separate post.

HTH someone. The brand gets good reviews on eBuyer.

Product Description
Size

* Size: 32
* Aspect Ratio: 16:9
* Panel type: LCD

Display

* Brightness: 450cd /m2
* Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 7,500:1
* Panel resolution: 1366 x 768
* Viewing Angle: 176/176 Degrees
* Response Time: 6.5ms
* Display colours: 16.7 million
* Colour Temperature: Normal/Cool/Warm

Receiving system

* Broadcasting system (SD) Analogue/Digital: PAL/SECAM/DVB-Terrestrial
* Broadcasting system (HD), MPEG-4/H.264AVC: Yes
* Autostore/Sorting/Plug & Play: Yes/Yes/Yes
* NTSC video playback: Yes

Convenience

* Text page memory: Yes (1000 Pages)
* Electronic progamme guide (EPG): 7 days
* Interactive: MHEG5
* Auto volume level: Yes
* OAD (over air download): Yes

Picture enhancement

* 3D MA deinterlacing: Yes
* 3:2 & 2:2 pull down: Yes
* Blue/Black/White stretch enhancement: Yes/Yes/Yes
* Skine tone correction: Yes
* Picture mode: Personal, Standard, Vivid, Movie, Eco (5 modes)

Sound quality

* Audio output power (RMS): 2 x 10w
* Nicam stereo/A2/Mono/Dual I-ii: Yes/Yes/Yes/Yes
* High fidelity sound system: Virtue Surround
* Sound mode: Personal, Music, Speech (3 modes)

Connectivity

* RF input: 1
* Number of SCARTs: 2
* Side AV/S-video/headphone/HDMI: 1/-/1/1
* HDMI: 2
* Component video/RL audio input (RCA): 1/1
* SPDIF digital sound output: 1 (Optical)
* D-sub, PC compatible: 1
* USB (for Service: 1
* Common Interface slot (PCMCIA format): 1

Other features

* PC Input (Recommended timing): 1360 x 768 @ 60Hz
* Child Lock/Sleep timer: Yes/Yes
* Light sensor (wisdon light): Yes

Wall Mountable

* VESA Standards: 200 x 200

Dimensions

* Dimensions with Stand (W x H x D): 793mm x 562mm x 233mm
* Dimensions without Stand (W x H x D): 793mm x 527mm x 104mm
* Weight: 12.4kg
* Table Stand: Included

Power

* Power Supply: AC220V~240V, 50/60Hz
* Power Consumption: 130w
* Standby power consumption: <1w
* Switch off power consumption: 0w
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#1
i have had a 32" AOC which i bought brand new 3.5 years ago for £320 and i must say its a smashing TV and does a grand job!
banned#2
what the hell is AOC?
Spend a bit more for a half-decent brand
#3
Mascherano
what the hell is AOC?
Spend a bit more for a half-decent brand


I also have an AOC that I bought about 4 years ago. I bought this after doing loads of research after our trusted Philips gave up the ghost. At the time my AOC 32" had FABULOUS reviews and it is a fabulous tv. Lots of spec at minimal price. The only problem I have with mine is that you have to switch it off at the mains.

If anyone thinks they are interested in buying one do some research - you may be pleasantly suprised. For me there is more to life than a name brand, there is always room for an unknown especially where there are outstandingly good reviews.

Thanks for posting OP.
banned#4
good post Monaco, always good to hear an informed opinion. They are in very short supply around here
#5
AOC have been making computer monitors for years, Seen they got into the flatscreen TV about 4 years ago and got me one for £356. Its still going strong now.

Do your self a favour get an AOC you wont be disappointed with the quality for the price.
#6
Is the built-in freeview capable of receiving programs broadcasted in HD ? (e.g. BBC HD / ITV HD)
it has MPEG-4/H.264AVC so in theory it should but I want to know before I buy...
#7
Just bought one. Please could anyone clarify about the HD tho as it is only due for delivery next Friday.
banned#8
tricky1981uk
Just bought one. Please could anyone clarify about the HD tho as it is only due for delivery next Friday.


looks like youre the guinea pig fella- you tell us on Friday
#9
I just got one, good tv overall, its not freeview HD as I have it available in my area and the hd channels are not coming up on the channel scan, also have found that every time I change channel the freeview subtitles appear and I have to turn them off manually, tricky let me know if you have the same problem ?
#10
Cheers, thought it would work as it has the required decoder, i will check it out guys and post my findings next weekend! Really hope it does pickup hd.
#11
It maywork on HD actually as not sure if I can get a strong enough signal with my crappy arial
#12
Right I can now confirm it will not work woth UK freeview HD - this is advice got from UKTVFREE

"Rob M: your TV might support MPEG-4 AVC over DVB-T, used in some other countries, but that is not what the UK is using. Mux B is using *DVB-T2*, which is the second generation of DVB-T and isn't compatible with older receivers."

I also phoned AOC today about the subtitle issue, they said its a known problem and AOC are working on a firmware upgrade.

Anyways cant complain, its a good TV and im impressed with the picture quality, just have to stick with my HD downstairs as this TV was only for the bedroom anyways - my get that ebuyer blueray player though for £57 :)

Great delivery though ordered 330pm came next morning at 830am with saturday delivery.
#13
Tv came a day early, abso amazing quality and picture.

Looks really smart in black/red.

Also comes with a full 3 year warranty not a 2 year as stated on website!

Not tried the freeview HD as yet (need to sort out aerial) but works like a dream with my Humax Freesat HD box.

10/10
banned#14
tricky1981uk
Tv came a day early, abso amazing quality and picture.

Looks really smart in black/red.

Also comes with a full 3 year warranty not a 2 year as stated on website!

Not tried the freeview HD as yet (need to sort out aerial) but works like a dream with my Humax Freesat HD box.

10/10


result!
#15
Argos has a choice of branded 32'' tvs at a similar price, also pay nothing for 12 months (using Argos card)
#16
I've had a 27inch AOC hd tv for over 3 years now, it's been brilliant so far *touch wood*.
#17
Hi Mate,

I don't know if you have the same model as mine (the one named above) but if you look at the base of the TV to the right hand side there is a small on / off switch situated there, thus saving you having to turn the TV off at the mains.

I hope this helps

Monaco Blue
Mascherano
what the hell is AOC?
Spend a bit more for a half-decent brand

I also have an AOC that I bought about 4 years ago. I bought this after doing loads of research after our trusted Philips gave up the ghost. At the time my AOC 32" had FABULOUS reviews and it is a fabulous tv. Lots of spec at minimal price. The only problem I have with mine is that you have to switch it off at the mains.

If anyone thinks they are interested in buying one do some research - you may be pleasantly suprised. For me there is more to life than a name brand, there is always room for an unknown especially where there are outstandingly good reviews.

Thanks for posting OP.

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