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Ebuyer - Extra Value 32" FULL HD LCD TV 1080p - £299.99

£299.99 @ Ebuyer
Coming Soon Full HD 32" LCD at a unbelievable low price.. Limited stock available, pre-order now. Stunning Picture Quality.. Seeing is believing with the new 32" Full HD LCD TV.. The 32" Full… Read More
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Coming Soon Full HD 32" LCD at a unbelievable low price.. Limited stock available, pre-order now.

Stunning Picture Quality..

Seeing is believing with the new 32" Full HD LCD TV..

The 32" Full HD LCD TV is perfect for watching HD movies, Blueray films or just gaming, this TV is the perfect solution for anyone that wants the best quality picture at a price thats affordable.

Display Picture Quality

Resolution: 1920x1080
Brightness: 500 cd/m²
Contrast Ratio: 5000:1
Response Time: 5ms
Maximum Colors: 16.7M
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
Display Format: 480i, 576P, 720P, 1080i,1080P
Integrated digital (freeview)
Progressive Scan
Color Adjust
3D Com Filter
Features

Sleep On/Off Timer
Picture size:16:9 / 4:3
Nicam Stereo
Teletext
Wallmountable (Vesa 400x200)
Glossy Black Finish

Freeview Features

Auto Setup
Auto Scan for new Channels
7 day Electronic Programme Guide.
Now and next electronic programme guide.
CI Slot

Broadcasting

Video Color System: PAL/SECAM
TV System: PAL BG/DK/I SECAM BG/DK/LL
Built in DVB-T (Freeview) Tuner
MHEG-5
Sound Quality

Audio Support: 8Ω10W x2
Nicam Stereo Sound System
Connectivity

2 x HDMI Sockets
2 x Scart Sockets
AV Input Socket
S-Video Socket
VGA Socket (PC Connection)
1 x PC Audio Input
1 x YPbPr
CI SLot
Power

AC Power Supply 100-240V,50/60Hz
Whats in the Box
32" Full HD LCD TV

Remote Control
Power Cable
User Manual
Warranty

One Year Warranty

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Quidco also? Seems cheap even for an unknown brand
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#1
Oh dear.... a low spec 1080p screen. This is going to produce one aweful smearing picture :x
#2
Boxrick
Oh dear.... a low spec 1080p screen. This is going to produce one aweful smearing picture :x


What a stupid comment
#3
Is this the Vistron Model?
I had one a few years back, was £260 back then.

Regards

Matt
#4
Boxrick
Oh dear.... a low spec 1080p screen. This is going to produce one aweful smearing picture :x


agreed
#5
Coming soon?

Only available for pre-order?

Is this a valid deal?
#6
Ebuyer doesn't do QC as far as I am concerned. 32-inch FullHD... Wonder how it performs as a PC monitor...
#7
Why is this showing as expired? Deal is still available (even if you don't like it).
#8
It's "coming soon", not a proper deal !!
#9
Which numptys expired this? 100+ available for pre-order still. It may say 'coming soon', but the fact is you can order now and will recieve it when it comes in.

As for those people saying the quality will be rubbish, have you actually seen one of these screens?
I'm guessing not, so please keep your presumptuous comments to yourself...

It does look like a Vistron screen, but I'm guessing it's their first 32" full HD screen, but of the 3 Vistrons I've bought previously all have been excellent quality.
#10
ChrisUK
It's "coming soon", not a proper deal !!


Really?

Thought pre-order were ok, like this one http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/347648/pre-order-the-it-crowd-series-1-3-b/
#11
siliconbits
Wonder how it performs as a PC monitor...


Hmm, just what I was thinking.

I had a 40" Samsung 1080p on my desk for a while whilst I was "testing" it before it went in the lounge. Tasty!
#12
But they usually specify Sumsung panels. I got a 42" a while back, and although everything but the screen was mediocre, it did look good.

But this one doesn't specify a Sumsung panel. It's cheap, maybe for a bedroom or shared accommodation living room, but I wouldn't get one for the household as the main telly.
#13
ChrisUK
It's "coming soon", not a proper deal !!


But you get to pre-order for that price! How is that not a "proper" deal?
#14
elofty
Is this the Vistron Model?
I had one a few years back, was £260 back then.

Regards

Matt


No you didnt this is a 1080p model as it says in its title. Let me reiterate this is 1080p as it says in the title, but just incase you missed it check out the title it says its 1080p, but if that makes no sense check out your spec on your 32" 720p lcdtv.
#15
This seems like a decent price for a 32" 1080p LCD Tv.

It's difficult to comment on its quality without seeing it in the flesh though, or reading reviews from people who have bought one.

All things are relative. The quality is probably not going to be as good as a current generation 1080p Panasonic, but it might be better than my 2 year old 720p Samsung. At £299, it's tempting.
#16
anyone got an idea on teh input lag times?


Is it better than my monitors 8ms?
#17
What's the point of a 32" HD TV you aint gonna see much difference unless it is inches from your face
#18
paul.jacobs
What's the point of a 32" HD TV you aint gonna see much difference unless it is inches from your face

If you're using it as a PC monitor, that's exactly where it will be :thumbsup:
l33t-krew
anyone got an idea on teh input lag times?

Is it better than my monitors 8ms?

It's no longer an issue - you only need a refresh rate of around 16ms to display 60Hz video (1/60th of a second is ~16ms), and all modern displays can easily exceed that.
#19
l33t-krew
anyone got an idea on teh input lag times?
Is it better than my monitors 8ms?


The specs say 5ms, which is decent enough.
#20
i had a chat which some guy called mark and he said that the TV is unbranded but comes with the stand (the one in the pic). i think that's the guy above this post
he did say the TV looked very good but that don't really mean much (as he is trying to sell the thing).
but I'm thinking of buying this, does not look to bad.
banned#21
why is this so hot? Unless you sit 10cms from your screen, then 1080P is a complete waste of money!
#22
Id advise anyone considering buying a cheap telly from ebuyer to search their forums for info regarding tjhe brand.

This is usually enough to put most people off buying Vistron and the likes. Well unless your a gambler.
banned#23
markyp;4780017
Im not the guy you chatted with, but its a Full HD tv at £299.99 > Dont think it really needs any sales pitch to sell it, at that price its the cheapest around by far.

And this TV is not a Vistron ,,,,,,,

cheap full hd < same price 720p proper tv - enuff said :thumbsup:
#24
csiman
why is this so hot? Unless you sit 10cms from your screen, then 1080P is a complete waste of money!


Unless, as other people have already stated, you also happen to want to hook up a PC/laptop to the screen. 1080P will make quite a difference there.
#25
SqueakyNinja
But they usually specify Sumsung panels. I got a 42" a while back, and although everything but the screen was mediocre, it did look good.

But this one doesn't specify a Sumsung panel. It's cheap, maybe for a bedroom or shared accommodation living room, but I wouldn't get one for the household as the main telly.


Samsung panel is meaningless, like a lot of other quoted specifications such as response rate and contrast ratios. The reason is that any manufacturer can produce panels which fail stringent tests in order to meet certain performance levels. Those that fail are resold at a low price to budget manufacturers. Some of you old enough may remember Seat Ibiza cars with their Porsche made engines and Seat made a song and dance about the engines (with owners also boasting about their Ibizas). The engine on those particular Ibizas are obviously not the same as those on a Porsche 911, for example.

In short, the nomenclature "Samsung panel" does not have any inference to the quality of the panel (which is not to say that the panel is substandard as I have not seen this TV). It's also easy for the manufacturers or retailers to coerce the consumer into focussing on one particular feature so that they are unconcious of other factors which are equally as important - for example, the backlighting, the quality of pre and post processing and so on - very much like the tabloid newspapers that seem to introduce one side of a story while eschewing other important facts. It is quite sad that manufacturers and retailers will use these methods to entice a potential purchaser because the comments are meaningless.
#26
markyp
Just to let you know..

This TV is Full HD 1080P 1920x1080 and the picture quality is really good. There is a big difference between this LCD and a normal 32" LCD. You get twice the detail than on a normal LCD.

Have tested it with Blueray and HDMI upscaler and both times the image quality is unbelievable, and because this is a smaller screen than 40" the Full HD Detail looks even better.


Please can you provide results of your tests with regards to backlighting, grayscale, etc during your tests. What is your definition of a normal 32 inch LCD? Finally, why is the amount of detail twice that of a "normal LCD"?
#27
ElliottC

What is your definition of a normal 32 inch LCD?
Finally, why is the amount of detail twice that of a "normal LCD"?

Most of the panels on 32" LCDs are 1366x768, which will show 720p, and consists of 1,049,088 pixels. This panel is 1920x1080, which will show 1080p, and consists of 2,073,600 pixels. Which is twice as many. Although arguably, is twice as many pixels the same as twice the detail? :whistling:
Deal sounds good but holding off from voting - not really available (pre-order only), and you take your chance whether you'll be happy with the picture when it arrives. Plus eBuyer customer service sucks...
#28
Frinkie
Most of the panels on 32" LCDs are 1366x768, which will show 720p, and consists of 1,049,088 pixels. This panel is 1920x1080, which will show 1080p, and consists of 2,073,600 pixels. Which is twice as many. Although arguably, is twice as many pixels the same as twice the detail? :whistling:
Deal sounds good but holding off from voting - not really available (pre-order only), and you take your chance whether you'll be happy with the picture when it arrives. Plus eBuyer customer service sucks...


Yes but the mention of "normal LCD" was a crucial point in posing the question. Pardon my ignorance but why does this TV not have a normal LCD screen? What makes this screen give twice the detail of a normal screen? I think your answer suggests to ne that the term "normal LCD" is being synonimously used to describe a screen of 720p HD resolution which was not apparent at the time I read the post.

Twice the resolution does not always equate to twice the detail because pre and post processing do come into play as this can enhance the picture. For blu ray films, twice the resolution will equate twice the detail since what is output by a blu ray player will be exactly what is shown on the screen and current all blu ray players produce pictures of exactly the same quality with the same detail,
#29
csiman
why is this so hot? Unless you sit 10cms from your screen, then 1080P is a complete waste of money!


Try moving your rocking chair a little further away from the TV and putting your distance glasses on
banned#30
nalag;4785064
Try moving your rocking chair a little further away from the TV and putting your distance glasses on

another one who buys into the hyperbole - oh dear. :roll:

a marketing mans wet dream methinks :whistling:
#31
Anybody else had their order cancelled by Ebuyer without an explanation saying that the product has been discontinued? I have been ordering from Ebuyer for years but I will not be ordering anything else from them again. Once a company has let me down they will never get my business again and I urge other people who are thinking of ordering from this company to think twice. I will be voting cold on future Ebuyer deals as I like to order from a company that honours it's word and that I can trust. I definitely can not recommend them to anyone else.

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