Easy Touch 42" Widescreen Full HD LCD TV with Freeview (1080p) - £499.99 delivered @ Amazon ! - HotUKDeals
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Easy Touch ET0L71 42P -42" Widescreen 1080P Full HD LCD TV - With Freeview

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Enjoy the benefits of digital high definition TV with Easy Touch ET0L7142P -42" Widescreen Full HD LCD TV.This 1920 x 1080 resolution TV comes with a contrast rate of 8000:1 to display deep blacks and bright colours on its 42" screen.Easy Touch TV has Integrated Digital Tuner for, DVB-T reception with (MHEG-5) so you can watch free digital television channels. Perfect for your digital entertainment and family get together in front of the television, the ET0L7142P -42" includes two HDMI sockets so you can hook up external video devices. Make a step to another level of television with ET0L7142P -42"!!

LCD Full HD display 1920x1080p This display has a resolution that is referred to as Full HD. The state-of-the-art LCD screen technology has the full high-definition widescreen resolution of 1080 progressive lines, each with 1920 pixels. This allows the best possible picture quality for HD input signals with up to 1080 lines. It produces brilliant flicker-free progressive scan pictures with optimum brightness and superb colours.
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#1
If anyone bought this when it was posted before, if you're quick you should be able to get the difference back from Amazon. :)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/208002/easy-touch-et0l71-42p-42-widescreen/
#2
is there pc input?
#3
More to the point, did anyone buy one last time??

Was it any good?

:?
#4
Can anyone find specs for this anywhere, I'd like to know what inputs it has really?
#5
Yes......

Display Color: 16.7M(8bit)
View Angle:170/170
Panel Life: 60000Hrs
Menu OSD: 21Languages
Stereo: NICAM/A2
Audio Output: 7W+7W
Color Gambit: 72%(NTSC)
Interface:
2x HDMI
VGA (D-Sub)
2x YPbPr
S-Video
2x SCART
Video Input
L/R Audio Input
RF In/Out
Common Interface
RS232(Update)
Digital Audio
PC Audio
Headphone Jack
#6
OK its 1080p, that does not automatically make it a great picture, better than say Phillips 720p screen on here earlier.
Is there any reviews for it?
#7
This is rubbish!
#8
sharp910sh
This is rubbish!


well that's helpful

if you'd like to explian why it's rubbish then we can value your opinion.

specs looks fine to me and i'm now awfully tempted
#9
hondar
OK its 1080p, that does automatically make it a great picture, better than say Phillips 720p screen on here earlier.
Is there any reviews for it?


Having a higher resolution does not automatically make it better.

As it's a no-name brand, it could possibly have a cheap panel, backlight bleed, weak blacks and washed out colour.

Without a proper review, I wouldn't risk the money.

Better off spending that much on a good quality 32" 720p/1080i screen.
#10
Is it better than Tesco's £399 42-inch Technica deal
#11
I would say so.

Connections, pixel count, looks.... IMO.
#12
kr00t0n
Having a higher resolution does not automatically make it better.

As it's a no-name brand, it could possibly have a cheap panel, backlight bleed, weak blacks and washed out colour.

Without a proper review, I wouldn't risk the money.

Better off spending that much on a good quality 32" 720p/1080i screen.


I'm a plonker. Missed the important word (NOT) out.:oops: It should read.
hondar:
OK its 1080p, that does NOT automatically make it a great picture, better than say Phillips 720p screen on here earlier.
#13
Okay Its not the best brand name, but £500 for a 42" full HD TV is cheap. I wouldn't buy it personally but some people will.

as for it having a 1080p resolution the comments are right. spec on paper don't mean everything these days. The Samsung A656 has 100HZ but the Picture on the Sony W4000 is often considered to be as good due to the bravia image processing.

Personally I'm Hanging on for the Sony 40V4000 to drop to circa £600 - £650 (its £695 somewhere at the moment)
#14
Are you KatieGreggs in disguise?

sharp910sh
This is rubbish!
#15
Vimes220
Okay Its not the best brand name, but £500 for a 42" full HD TV is cheap. I wouldn't buy it personally but some people will.

as for it having a 1080p resolution the comments are right. spec on paper don't mean everything these days. The Samsung A656 has 100HZ but the Picture on the Sony W4000 is often considered to be as good due to the bravia image processing.

Personally I'm Hanging on for the Sony 40V4000 to drop to circa £600 - £650 (its £695 somewhere at the moment)



Get the Sony mate, save steal beg borrow but get the Sony.
#16
I have one of these and there's nothing wrong with it!?
#17
tussey01
I have one of these and there's nothing wrong with it!?


There's nothing wrong with it because you don't have the Sony :w00t:
#18
Ink n toner uk (Amazon marketplace) looks to have been hacked as it shows this tv, amoungst other things, around half price.

Don't be fooled people. :thumbsup:
#19
tussey01
I have one of these and there's nothing wrong with it!?


Give it another 6 months:thumbsup:

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