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Beko 37" HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview - £308.37 delivered @ BargainCrazy !

£308.37 @ Bargain Crazy
Model : Beko 37WLH530HID Use the attached 17.5% discount code to get this price. Cheap price for a 37" HD Ready TV with Freeview & without mind-blowing functions :) 37" (94cmv) Widescreen HD re… Read More
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Model : Beko 37WLH530HID

Use the attached 17.5% discount code to get this price. Cheap price for a 37" HD Ready TV with Freeview & without mind-blowing functions :)

37" (94cmv) Widescreen HD ready LCD
Nicam stereo
Automatic programme installation
PLL digital tuning (F.S. Tuning) DVB-T: with Digital Tuner
Digital comb filter
Digital colour transition improvement
Digital text
Programmable off timer (5 min. steps up to 120 min.)
On screen menu display (OSD)
2 scart sockets (1 RGB compatible)
5 band graphic equaliser
Full function remote control
Number of HDMI Inputs: 1
Number of Scart Interfaces: 2
PC Interface: Yes
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#1
To an uneducated sort like me this looks like a scorching hot deal
#2
with quidco - puts this at below £300 - Looks hot to me...
#3
false economy - beko=rubbish quality....this will be more landfill in 13 months time...contrast of 700:1 is pathetic for a start
#4
blammo;2670631
To an uneducated sort like me this looks like a scorching hot deal


I'm with blammo :oops:
#5
700:1?!?!? I didn't know contrast ratio even went that low!! :? My verdict - don't accept anything less than 10,000. You really do get what you pay for with HDTVs.
#6
very good price for me and for people who cant afford expensive brand stuff
#7
Don't say how much electricity usage when viewing. False economy really goes with that especially since energy prices are going up now. Anything more than 135W per hour is not acceptable. My guess is that this one uses over 250W per hour. The difference in money can be more than £100 per year. If you add this to the purchase price over five years, you pay £400 more than someone who buys a much better set now for say between £400 - £500 purchase price.
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pet2000
Don't say how much electricity usage when viewing. False economy really goes with that especially since energy prices are going up now. Anything more than 135W per hour is not acceptable. My guess is that this one uses over 250W per hour.

What makes you suggest such a high figure? I just checked and they rate it as 175W maximum.

pet2000
The difference in money can be more than £100 per year. If you add this to the purchase price over five years, you pay £400 more than someone who buys a much better set now for say between £400 - £500 purchase price.

I recently calculated that I currently pay the equivalent of £1 per annum for every 1W that is consumed 24/7. i.e. if my router consumes 10W whilst functioning it costs me £10 a year to run it.
Therefore a 175W TV costs £7.29 per year for every hour that you watch it per day.
So if you had the TV on 6 hours a day it would cost £43.75 per year, so a TV that consumes half as much power would save you £21.88 per year which is £109.38 over 5 years. Can you actually get 37” TVs that consume only 87.5W though! Probably not so the savings would be much less.
#9
Ive got to say ive a beko fridge freezer and its the best thing ive ever bought. So if the tvs are the same quality it will be good.
Also my tv is a hannspree @ 1000.1 contrast and opicture is great. (alot depends on your reception in your area anyway guys)
I vote it very hot!!!!!
#10
As already been stated companies like Beko are terrible for tvs, well they are ok if you dont plan on things like high definition.

Beko are ok for fridges but basic for tv's
#11
I think it's the OLD version of this TV that Bargain Crazy are selling as it's all silver .......the new models are Black........ a bit misleading going by the pic in the OP's pic above ! :roll:
#12
If your willing to pay £300 for this why not pay another £200 or so for a decent 1080p 40" lcd.
#13
Trust me when I say this is a fantastic TV as I got one not so long ago

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134824

1080i High Definition Ready.
32 inch High Quality Panel
Resolution 1366x768 pixels.
Receiving 1080P signal
Zero X radiation complies to green environment protection requirement
Soft picture and no harm to your eyes
Integrated digital and analogue
Brightness 500 cd/m2.
Contrast 800:1
60Hz Vertical Frame Rate
Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
Progressive scan.
Interleaved scan
Picture size among 16:9 ,4:3 #

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134824
#14
[QUOTE=Agharta]What makes you suggest such a high figure? I just checked and they rate it as 175W maximum.

I said I was only estimating because the figures weren't given. 175W per hour is quite O.K.
#15
daveph85
700:1?!?!? I didn't know contrast ratio even went that low!! :? My verdict - don't accept anything less than 10,000. You really do get what you pay for with HDTVs.


Loads of good tvs have low contrast, I went to buy a samsung set that had 10,000 contrast and changed my mind and got an LG with 5000 contrast because the picture was a lot better, some older 1080p sets have very low contrast and still have a better picture than some of the newer 1080p sets with high contrast.
#16
Beko is poo. I would'nt even bother with them. I got a 32in TV from Bargaincrazy last year and everytime a loud noise comes through the speakers it makes like a thud noise. There washing machines not good either.
#17
Got a £200 32" Beko TV from Homebase for PS3 games and its fantastic for the money
#18
False economy really - not to go too deep into it's spec - but it only has 1 hdmi, which by todays standards is very limiting.

I thought the analogy that they supposedly make good fridge freezers and must therefore product good panels was pretty funny though.
#19
I have a becko TV, a big CRT one

if you look through the slats you can see the components inside, one of them has phillips plastered over it, so they use good components

however, i would recommend the 37" hanspree as its great (mine cost me £360)
do a compare between this and the hanspree.

...the becko could be a cracker though
#20
I've got a Beko LCD tv and the quality is fantastic! I was a bit dubious when I was buying it but it was well worth the money
#21
MOD THIS NEEDS SHIFTED AS IT QUITE CLEARLY STATES YOU NEED TO USE A VOUCHER CODE.

SHOULDNT IT BE IN VOUCHERS????????????


''Moved this to vouchers as it requires a code to take advantage of the offer.''
#22
grumpiness
MOD THIS NEEDS SHIFTED AS IT QUITE CLEARLY STATES YOU NEED TO USE A VOUCHER CODE.

SHOULDNT IT BE IN VOUCHERS????????????


''Moved this to vouchers as it requires a code to take advantage of the offer.''


If it was a Voucher on it's own it would but it's a Deal with a Voucher attached !! :roll:
#23
It's only 720p, this is not a full HD TV. If you're buying one that's 32" or smaller then that doesn't matter but this is a large TV and you will notice the difference. If you're buying a 37" TV you should ensure it displays at 1080p. This will receive 1080p signals but will downscale them to 720p.
#24
Aside from all the specs, it's a decent enough price for a decent enough t.v. All this rubbish about it not being a top brand is poo; if you want a sony go and get one, this is a good value large, flat screen telly. Some of us just want something that does the job and looks pretty snazzy at the same time. Also, paying £300 as opposed to £500 leaves me with £200 for the pub so my visions blurred to the point that it could be my gran's black and white tbh. Actually that's a lie, her widescreen was loaned to her by leicester square, it takes up an entire wall in her bungalow.
#25
Someones_Mum
Aside from all the specs, it's a decent enough price for a decent enough t.v. All this rubbish about it not being a top brand is poo; if you want a sony go and get one, this is a good value large, flat screen telly. Some of us just want something that does the job and looks pretty snazzy at the same time. Also, paying £300 as opposed to £500 leaves me with £200 for the pub so my visions blurred to the point that it could be my gran's black and white tbh. Actually that's a lie, her widescreen was loaned to her by leicester square, it takes up an entire wall in her bungalow.


Actually its not rubbish, I had a Goodmans hdtv and it was horrible, it looked ok but I saw a cheap Samsung 32" with freeview for £300 and bought it.

A HUGE quality difference

Then my friend got a Beko and whilst it was ok it was nowhere near as good
#26
daveph85
700:1?!?!? I didn't know contrast ratio even went that low!! :? My verdict - don't accept anything less than 10,000. You really do get what you pay for with HDTVs.


That's a silly statement, contrast ratios are measured differently from each manufacturer, they all use slightly different technology and have different engines running them.

TBH you're best off going in-store to see this (assuming its fed correctly, sd/hd, and doesn't have interference) or ordering it and sending it back if you're not satisfied.
#27
Jelly
That's a silly statement, contrast ratios are measured differently from each manufacturer, they all use slightly different technology and have different engines running them.

TBH you're best off going in-store to see this (assuming its fed correctly, sd/hd, and doesn't have interference) or ordering it and sending it back if you're not satisfied.


there are the dynamic and "average" ones, similar to with speakers the RMS and peak.
Companys will try and advvertise the peak/dynamic to make their product sound better. Did you really think you were getting like a bazillion:1 ratio on an LCD?
2 Likes #28
royals
false economy - beko=rubbish quality....this will be more landfill in 13 months time...contrast of 700:1 is pathetic for a start


I don't understand the need for all the scathing comments. I have a Beko TV 20 months old and really great. I also (just checked!) have Beko Fridge, Freezer znd Tumble Dryer. All are 18 months old and have never let me down. Unlike those lucky to afford the extra £200 to get a better name, with 5 kids, I have to 'make do' with what my limited funds allow. I have been really impressed with the quality of all the Beko products I have owned and think it is unfair to call them 'rubbish' when it maybe in someone else's affordable range and actually perfectly adequate.
Maybe a few of you have had bad luck with Beko products, but that does not mean everyone has.
#29
ferret1603
It's only 720p, this is not a full HD TV. If you're buying one that's 32" or smaller then that doesn't matter but this is a large TV and you will notice the difference. If you're buying a 37" TV you should ensure it displays at 1080p. This will receive 1080p signals but will downscale them to 720p.


Rubbish.. 1080p ( full HD ) only makes a difference at 50+ " in size. And even then you need something to input into it at 1080p... which isnt a great deal atm.....

DVD - 576i .. nope
SD freeview/ sky - 576i ... nope
PS3 / Xbox 360 ... 720p ... nope ( a FEW very rare 1080p games )
Sky HD / Freesat HD... 1080i... nope

Bluray / HD DVD .. 1080p yep
PC games 1080p ... yep

So out of most peoples viewings ( the top few ) 720p is only needed. And 1080p actually makes image quality WORSE due to scaling required.

I work in a well known tv shop and the amount of uninformed people is insane. 1080P is marketing blurb if you are going BIG and plan on watching lots of HD DVDs or blu rays then its great. Or if you want a TV as a computer monitor its also great... If not then its pointless :thumbsup:

i stare at these things day in and day out ive owned ALOT of 1080p screens and now have gone back to a HDReady plasma which offers much better image quality than my old 1080p screens ( which included a plasma and LCD )
#30
Personally i wouldn't say this a good deal. For a start it is made by Beko, they make good cookers and washing machines but not TV's. I would't say the price is cheap either.
#31
i had a beko portable tv worked well for a few years till it just stopped working for no apparent reason
#32
savagevixen
I don't understand the need for all the scathing comments. I have a Beko TV 20 months old and really great. I also (just checked!) have Beko Fridge, Freezer znd Tumble Dryer. All are 18 months old and have never let me down. Unlike those lucky to afford the extra £200 to get a better name, with 5 kids, I have to 'make do' with what my limited funds allow. I have been really impressed with the quality of all the Beko products I have owned and think it is unfair to call them 'rubbish' when it maybe in someone else's affordable range and actually perfectly adequate.
Maybe a few of you have had bad luck with Beko products, but that does not mean everyone has.


5 Kids! Did you not have a TV to provide entertainment in the evenings when you were younger!?
:-D:thumbsup:
#33
grumpiness;2673472
MOD THIS NEEDS SHIFTED AS IT QUITE CLEARLY STATES YOU NEED TO USE A VOUCHER CODE.

SHOULDNT IT BE IN VOUCHERS????????????


''Moved this to vouchers as it requires a code to take advantage of the offer.''


If its a FIRST voucher post, then it should be better placed in vouchers*. This is a deal using a voucher which is already in the voucher section. Hope its clear now :)

* If a deal based on a voucher applicable to just one specific item, it can still be deals.
#34
Coupon cannot be redeemed
#35
VERY good price, hot
#36
moob
False economy really - not to go too deep into it's spec - but it only has 1 hdmi, which by todays standards is very limiting.

I thought the analogy that they supposedly make good fridge freezers and must therefore product good panels was pretty funny though.

I had a hotpoint fridge freezer....it was **** the seals on the doors kept splitting..............had to buy new doors £80 each
Beko had 4 years no probs great spec and price
WELL DONE BEKO
Wouldnt hesitate if this is their quality
#37
royals
false economy - beko=rubbish quality....this will be more landfill in 13 months time...contrast of 700:1 is pathetic for a start


My Beko cooker has lasted 4 years, the fridge 4 years also.
I have also had my TV for 3 years.

They are all still working perfectly fine. Not all of us can afford the "major" brands. Beko is a decent brand in my opinion.
#38
Believe it or not some of us _are_ happy to pay less, knowing full well that we're getting slightly less. Why can't people understand that?
#39
Boxrick
Rubbish.. 1080p ( full HD ) only makes a difference at 50+ " in size. And even then you need something to input into it at 1080p... which isnt a great deal atm.....

DVD - 576i .. nope
SD freeview/ sky - 576i ... nope
PS3 / Xbox 360 ... 720p ... nope ( a FEW very rare 1080p games )
Sky HD / Freesat HD... 1080i... nope

Bluray / HD DVD .. 1080p yep
PC games 1080p ... yep

So out of most peoples viewings ( the top few ) 720p is only needed. And 1080p actually makes image quality WORSE due to scaling required.

I work in a well known tv shop and the amount of uninformed people is insane. 1080P is marketing blurb if you are going BIG and plan on watching lots of HD DVDs or blu rays then its great. Or if you want a TV as a computer monitor its also great... If not then its pointless :thumbsup:

i stare at these things day in and day out ive owned ALOT of 1080p screens and now have gone back to a HDReady plasma which offers much better image quality than my old 1080p screens ( which included a plasma and LCD )


Rubbish... I've never been in a TV showroom where the TVs are set up properly so they always look worse than they can actually perform, so I'm afraid that a TV salesman is the last person I'd take advice from when deciding on a TV.

Why on earth would you buy a HDTV if you weren't going to watch HD content on it? It would be a pointless waste of money. You might as well pick up a nice big CRT for £50. On anything larger than 32" you will notice the difference between 1080p and 720p when watching Blu Ray discs or playing 1080p Xbox 360 games. If you can't you should probably go back to VHS. More and more content will be HD. It's a false economy buying a 720p TV when you're just going to have to replace it with a 1080p one in a couple of years anyway.

I strongly advise anyone considering buying a 720p TV to go and read some threads on AV Forums, they'll clear up the FUD for you.
#40
IanT
5 Kids! Did you not have a TV to provide entertainment in the evenings when you were younger!?
:-D:thumbsup:

:oops: expecting the 6th now, and do have a TV... Beko at that!!
Just don't sleep all that well....

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