Arianet 40" (Samsung Panel) LCD HD Ready LCDTV - HotUKDeals
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Description:

Its contemporary styling will suit any living room whilst a Grade A Samsung LCD Panel is at the heart of the TV giving you a breathtaking image. Let us immerse you in a High Definition experience.

The HD-Ready LCD TV with its screen size of 40" gives all you need to take you to the next level of home entertainment. Thanks to 500cd/m2 display brightness and 8ms response time it will provide for a thrilling viewing experience when watching fast moving and high-speed images.

Elegant and powerful, our 40" HDTV is ideal for your passage to the high definition at lower cost!

Technical Details:
Active screen size 40"
Aspect ratio 16:9
Brightness 500cd/M²
Tuner 1x Analogue
Contrast ratio 1200:1
Inputs 1xRF, 2xHDMI, 2xSCART, 1x S input, 1x s Audio input, 1xAV In, 1x AV Audio, 1x VGA, 1x PC audio, 1x Component (Y PB Pr/Y Cb Cr)
Headphone connection Yes - 1
Viewing angle 178° /178°
Dimensions (wxhxd) - mm 1015 x 755 x 280
Resolution 1366 x 768
Colour System PAL, SECAM
Speakers 2x 10W
Sound Stereo / NICAM
Power consumption 260W
Standby Power
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#1
That looks like a Teco.
#2
I only put this post up as i bought 1 a few months ago for the price i am very happy with it the colours are good for the price good value.Also aria do free del to.
#3
they do a 37" at £352.44, I only say cos i'm looking for a 37". Price seems cheap but I would probably spend a few extra quid and get a better known make (personally)
#4
Cold - cheap & nasty turd. You get what your pay for. People on here are obsessed with cheap rubbish.
#5
Voted Hot as it has a higher contrast ratio than the more expensive 42inch Vistron Tv.
#6
nokmond
Cold - cheap & nasty turd. You get what your pay for. People on here are obsessed with cheap rubbish.



A quick lok on AVforums dosent yeild and bad reviews so can you back up this claim. I know its cheap and not a recognised name but that don't necissarily make it rubbish
#7
nokmond
Cold - cheap & nasty turd. You get what your pay for. People on here are obsessed with cheap rubbish.


Cheap rubbish!?!

If you don't like it, look elsewhere. :p
#8
You waste your money then. I'd rather spend a bit more and get quality like [url]www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=PANA-TH42PX80-DVDR[/url]

Still i suppose some of you buy your meat from aldi.....
#9
Looking at the reviews on the Aria TV page, this is a TECO lcd. My uncles got the 42" version of this and its excellent.
Also "contrast ratio", I have read a few review sites about this, they say that manufacturers measure them differently which is why you sometimes get a big difference, also they cheat a bit to get a better figure and you carn't compare LCD & plasma that way. The best way to get a good idea is go to Comet or Currys and go down the line of TV's, look what best suits your eyes then check on the speck.
#10
I bought my meat today from lidl.Am I common?
#11
Lanse
I bought my meat today from lidl.Am I common?


No, you just liking eating horses bones and eyes.
#12
andycs
Looking at the reviews on the Aria TV page, this is a TECO lcd. My uncles got the 42" version of this and its excellent.
Also "contrast ratio", I have read a few review sites about this, they say that manufacturers measure them differently which is why you sometimes get a big difference, also they cheat a bit to get a better figure and you carn't compare LCD & plasma that way.[COLOR="Red"] The best way to get a good idea is go to Comet or Currys[/COLOR] and go down the line of TV's, look what best suits your eyes then check on the speck.


Sorry but that is the worst place in the world to go and compare tv's of any kind. You need to go somewhere where they have been set up properly not just put on dynamic and an aerial plugged in.
#13
Biggest problem is that it is not 1080p resolution. Starts to become significant on this size of screen IMHO.
#14
"No, you just liking eating horses bones and eyes."


Ah!

Sausages!
#15
hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Sausy sausy sausageeeeeeeeees
#16
mmmmm chippy chiiiiiiiiiiipppsss
#17
Having worked as a butcher making sossijes, they do indeed put in cheeks and other less common parts of the animal, but the ears, eyes and *rses go in the bin. Remember though, the best tasting meat is the muscle that does the least work (fillet, rump, rib). So just becuase you can't roast it because it's quite small, doesn't make it bad quality. But do check the meat content on the ingredients, it should be 80-90% of the sossij.
#18
I think I'd prefer Premium Panasonic Sausages (less fat and more pixels) Yummy!
#19
nokmond
Sorry but that is the worst place in the world to go and compare tv's of any kind. You need to go somewhere where they have been set up properly not just put on dynamic and an aerial plugged in.


Actually it's not that bad an idea, buy a tv showing the best piccture with a rubbish source connected in store. All LCD'S look nice showing a HD source but when you get home and plug an SD source (as most TV's are still used for) many disapoint.

flyingalan
Biggest problem is that it is not 1080p resolution. Starts to become significant on this size of screen IMHO.


Most would disagree and say it's irrelevant until nearer 50" plus. Most 1080p LCD's give a worse SD picture as well
#20
A "Grade A Samsung Panel" means nothing if it's being driven by a rubbish Engine and electronics.

Rubbish sales blurb
#21
nokmond
Sorry but that is the worst place in the world to go and compare tv's of any kind. You need to go somewhere where they have been set up properly not just put on dynamic and an aerial plugged in.


Don't know if you've been into these places lately, in Tamworth, the new Comet & Currys stores have all HD TV's set up to HD imputs, you can see the difference.

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