EXPIRED - Vistron Sense 26" HD Ready LCD TV Freeview 1366x768 800:1 500cd/m2 2xHDMI PC Input Gloss Black £269.96 @ ebuyer.com - HotUKDeals
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Enlighten your Senses..

The Vistron Sense 26" TV has an High Gloss finish that compliments any room in your house. This tv truly defines style and with the benefit of Digital freeview built in you wont be stuck for programs to watch.

The Vistron Sense Range is the perfect solution for those who demand more than just a TV. This Model boasts high contrast ratios, great viewing angles and 2x HDMI Connections.

Television Picture Features
1080P High Definition Ready.
26 inch AUO High Quality Panel
Resolution 1366*768 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,

Connectivity
2 x HDMI socket.
2 x SCART socket.
PC input socket.
S-Video socket
YPBPR socket.
PC audio socket.
2 AV sockets.
2 IN 1 Tuner( digital and analogue combined)
Sound Features
NICAM stereo sound.
Balance, Bass, Treble
DAUL1, DAUL2 ,MONO, STEREO
2 x 6w RMS power output.
Digital picture Features
Digitally interactive.
Digital teletext
Digital index
Picture size between 16:9 and 4:3
Digital subcode
Auto setup.
Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
Manu scan for new channels
Auto scan for new channels.
electronic programme guide (EPG).
Parental rating
Additional Features
3D noise reduction
UHF and VHF tuner.
Auto setup.
Auto search tuner.
Auto search sorting.
NO signal automatic power off
Sleep timer.
Child lock.
Channel swap
Manual and Fine tune
Freeze Picture
Blue black
Color temperature
OSD transparent
OSD language
Recover a factory constitution
Stand by Power consumption: <3w
NTSC compatible.
Remote control requires 2 x 1.5V batteries.
100V240V AC mains operation.
Complete with tabletop stand.
PIP mode
Color system : PAL/SECAM/AUTO
Sound system: :I /BG/DK I/LL/L/AUTO
Dimensions
Size of TV (L)66cm, (W)10cm, (H)47cm.Without stand
Size of TV (L)66cm, (W) 19.5cm, (H)52cm with stand
Weight
Weight of TV 8.4kg.
Weight of TV with stand 10.5kg.
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#1
Quite tempted Super Leeds - if we can beat bottom of the league Port Vale tomorrow i'll have one to celebrate.

MOT.
#2
they've gone for the samsung R87/88 look... Doesn't look too bad for the price... dont know about quality though...
#3
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#4
The only thing that slightly puts me off about this TV is that I can't see any audio out connections, not even a headphone slot, so im worried that i would be stuck with using the speakers on the tv. Any thoughts?
#5
There's something called 'PC Audio' 3.5mm jack above the s-video - maybe that's it? Anyway, for such a dirt cheap TV, you can't have everything.
#6
That would suggest that you can connect your PC through the VGA cable and the audio cable so you can play the audio from your PC through the TV. This is what i would think anyway?
#7
In the title it says "1366x768", and in the description it says "1080P High Definition Ready" ... aren't those contrary to each other?
#8
onion
In the title it says "1366x768", and in the description it says "1080P High Definition Ready" ... aren't those contrary to each other?

From what I'm aware it will take a 1080p input and downscale it, so the TV is really only 720p/1080i.

I ordered one of these 3 days ago and will get it today (I actually phoned them and haggled the price down to £269.99 from £289.99 because they sent out a similar email earlier in the week then put the price up again).

It would be odd if it didn't have an audio out, but it's for my daughters room anyway and I don't think she'll mind too much. I'll let you know here when it arrives if it has one or not.
#9
Touring
The only thing that slightly puts me off about this TV is that I can't see any audio out connections, not even a headphone slot, so im worried that i would be stuck with using the speakers on the tv. Any thoughts?

so what are the red and white phono sockets for?


Looks like audio in and audio out to me.
#10
LadyEleanor
so what are the red and white phono sockets for?


Looks like audio in and audio out to me.


There are two right and two left audio inputs, I presume this is so you can have an input on the YPBPR input with audio and one on the standard RCA input with audio too.
#11
The red and white sockets are seperate audio in for composite video and for component video connections.

The 3.5 will be audio in for S video or VGA.

Audio out should be available by either of the SCART connections with the appropraite lead to dual phono audio.

The 32 inch version is also available for £299
banned 1 Like #13
Contrast 800:1, absolute pish. Wouldn't bother with anthing under 3000:1 on a 26". This needs to increase the larger the screen size to give you a good quality picture e.g. 32" 5000:1 and above.
#14
el-beatle
Contrast 800:1, absolute pish. Wouldn't bother with anthing under 3000:1 on a 26". This needs to increase the larger the screen size to give you a good quality picture e.g. 32" 5000:1 and above.


Please post a link to a 26" LCD with a 3000:1 contrast ratio (and you are also talking dynamic contrast ratios, not true ratios) for anywhere near as cheap as this...

People who buy this TV are mostly those who either want one for their bedroom, don't have the cash to splash out on a top notch screen for their home, or for spoilt 12 year olds like mine :oops: .

Is it a great TV with a great picture....probably not (I'll let you know when I get mine hooked up).

Is it worth the small price tag?....definitely.

Also, I have a 32" Elonex LCD which has a measly 1200:1 contrast ratio which cost me £320 over 6 months ago, and to be honest the picture quality is superb (even the SD channels upscaled via my V+ box look sharp with great depth, easily as good as TV's costing £200-£300 more just because they have a big name badge on them).
Specs, although are quite important, aren't everything...
banned#15
jukkie
Please post a link to a 26" LCD with a 3000:1 contrast ratio (and you are also talking dynamic contrast ratios, not true ratios) for anywhere near as cheap as this...

People who buy this TV are mostly those who either want one for their bedroom, don't have the cash to splash out on a top notch screen for their home, or for spoilt 12 year olds like mine :oops: .

Is it a great TV with a great picture....probably not (I'll let you know when I get mine hooked up).

Is it worth the small price tag?....definitely.

Also, I have a 32" Elonex LCD which has a measly 1200:1 contrast ratio which cost me £320 over 6 months ago, and to be honest the picture quality is superb (even the SD channels upscaled via my V+ box look sharp with great depth, easily as good as TV's costing £200-£300 more just because they have a big name badge on them).
Specs, although are quite important, aren't everything...


Show me a Ferrari for the price of a Volkswagon. Your comments are meaning less. As is this TV. It's already obsolete. No good having a go at people just because you haven't been very shrewd with you purchase. Better look next time you throw £270 away
[admin]#16
Keep it on topic please...
#17
el-beatle
Show me a Ferrari for the price of a Volkswagon. Your comments are meaning less. As is this TV. It's already obsolete. No good having a go at people just because you haven't been very shrewd with you purchase. Better look next time you throw £270 away


Sorry, but my comments are perfectly valid, and I think you can't really judge this TV without actually seeing it. I've previously purchased cheap kit that didn't have great specs and have been pleasantly surprised at the good quality.

I'll be more than happy to leave a review of the TV here after I've actually tested it, until then it would be foolish to jugde it.

As for the mods here, why delete my response to this users post asking me to stay on topic while you still leave his off topic comment? Especially as my post was about the TV in this deal?

This post, like my last, is also ON TOPIC, I am talking about the fact that this TV could be a bargain regardless of the seemingly low specs.
I'm the one getting critisized and being told that I'm wasting my money by el-beatle....
banned#18
If you've ever watched a half decent TV you'd realise that these are a waste of time. Watching sport is awful, the blacks are grey at best and the sound is pure torcher. Yes it may look like a sammy but be warned. You can buy an MP3 player on ebay that looks like an ipod Nano, but ipod Nano it aint. You basically get what you pay for in life. You pay £269 for a 26" TV don't be disappointed when it performs like a £269 26" TV. Nuff said
banned#19
jukkie
Sorry, but my comments are perfectly valid, and I think you can't really judge this TV without actually seeing it. I've previously purchased cheap kit that didn't have great specs and have been pleasantly surprised at the good quality.

I'll be more than happy to leave a review of the TV here after I've actually tested it, until then it would be foolish to jugde it.

As for the mods here, why delete my response to this users post asking me to stay on topic while you still leave his off topic comment? Especially as my post was about the TV in this deal?

This post, like my last, is also ON TOPIC, I am talking about the fact that this TV could be a bargain regardless of the seemingly low specs.
I'm the one getting critisized and being told that I'm wasting my money by el-beatle....



Come on put your dummy back in.
#20
jukkie
Sorry, but my comments are perfectly valid, and I think you can't really judge this TV without actually seeing it. I've previously purchased cheap kit that didn't have great specs and have been pleasantly surprised at the good quality.

I'll be more than happy to leave a review of the TV here after I've actually tested it, until then it would be foolish to jugde it.

As for the mods here, why delete my response to this users post asking me to stay on topic while you still leave his off topic comment? Especially as my post was about the TV in this deal?

This post, like my last, is also ON TOPIC, I am talking about the fact that this TV could be a bargain regardless of the seemingly low specs.
I'm the one getting critisized and being told that I'm wasting my money by el-beatle....


Goto agree here.. Oops looks like i'm getting banned now..

Mods do tend to jump in and edit things, bann people as they see fit, though most of them are only 12 themselves.

You really have to try a tv to judge it yourself nowadays. specs are not everything. hence why when you order anything online and get it delivered theres something called DSR (Distance Selling Regulations act) which allows anyone who hasnt actually seen the item and has been sent it, can return the item for a full refund within seven days no questions asked. This allows you to test anything for a few days then send it back (at your cost though)

:-D
#21
el-beatle
I you've ever watched a half decent TV you'd realise that these are a waste of time. Watching sport is awful, the blacks are grey at best and the sound is pure torcher. Yes it may look like a sammy but be warned. You can buy an MP3 player on ebay that looks like an ipod Nano, but Ipod Nano it aint. You basically get what you pay for in life. You pay £269 for a 26" TV don't be disappointed when it performs like a £269 26" TV. Nuff said


Of course I've watched a half decent, and better, TV. I live 10 minutes away from Londons west end and Tottenham court road, probably the largest street of electronics retailers in the country. I've spent many days trawling up and down looking at all sorts of high tech goodies, including the best specced TV's around.
And the fact is the last cheap TV I bought was pretty close to being as good as the big name brands (Sony, Sharp, Pioneer, etc), and it cost me nearly half the price of the big boys.
Personally I'm happy with having a hardly noticable drop in quality with the couple of hundred quid saved being spent elsewhere.
banned#22
DudeyGeeza
Goto agree here.. Oops looks like i'm getting banned now..

Mods do tend to jump in and edit things, bann people as they see fit, though most of them are only 12 themselves.

You really have to try a tv to judge it yourself nowadays. specs are not everything. hence why when you order anything online and get it delivered theres something called DSR (Distance Selling Regulations act) which allows anyone who hasnt actually seen the item and has been sent it, can return the item for a full refund within seven days no questions asked. This allows you to test anything for a few days then send it back (at your cost though)

:-D


Agreed, mods are to lordy lordy in here! As to distance selling regs, yep your absolutely right but these things can get a bit messy. Waiting for things to be picked up by couriers, chasing your refund, Courier charges, all for a £269 TV that to be fair is just in so gonna do the job. But hey it's your time your money. What is alarming though is the "hey so what it's only £269" comment. That's over a weeks wages to a lot of people. Shame on you.
#23
el-beatle
Come on put your dummy back in.

Stay on topic please :w00t: .

My last comment of the night by the way, off to spend my saved pennies down the pub :whistling: .
banned#24
jukkie
Of course I've watched a half decent, and better, TV. I live 10 minutes away from Londons west end and Tottenham court road, probably the largest street of electronics retailers in the country. I've spent many days trawling up and down looking at all sorts of high tech goodies, including the best specced TV's around.
And the fact is the last cheap TV I bought was pretty close to being as good as the big name brands (Sony, Sharp, Pioneer, etc), and it cost me nearly half the price of the big boys.
Personally I'm happy with having a hardly noticable drop in quality with the couple of hundred quid saved being spent elsewhere.


You couldn't really say that the diference between full HD and so called HD ready TV is hardly noticeable, but hay living so close to London's West end obviously makes you an expert. I'm really out of my depth here, didn't realise I was dealing with such an expert. Please accept my apologises. I must aspire to live in London's west end and improve my knowledge of LCD TV's
#25
el-beatle
Agreed, mods are to lordy lordy in here!


Well if you don't like it, you know what you can do.

This site is here to save people money, not as a personal slanging board for people with nothing better to do. Remember what your Mum told you: if you can say anything nice...
banned#26
ferple
Well if you don't like it, you know what you can do.

This site is here to save people money, not as a personal slanging board for people with nothing better to do. Remember what your Mum told you: if you can say anything nice...


Your mum might have said that but my mum said, "If you can't say anything nice........":whistling:
banned#27
ferple
Well if you don't like it, you know what you can do.

This site is here to save people money, not as a personal slanging board for people with nothing better to do. Remember what your Mum told you: if you can say anything nice...


For your information that's why I was posting on here, to save people the money they would be wasting on this piece of tat.
#28
mr beatle seems very angry!!!:x:x:x
banned#29
tommy noddy
mr beatle seems very angry!!!:x:x:x


Mr el-beatle having much fun:-D:-D

STAY ON TOPIC!!!!!!!!!!!!! or the mod will have you.
#30
guys, a cheap telly it is, but any telly is only as good as the signal it is recieving, so if you fed this tv sky digital or sky hd the pic would be good, my 12 yr old son has a similar grundig 26" tv for same price in bedroom and pic is excellent with ps3, freeview and sky, christ it even has audio out to hi-fi and sound is amazing, some people don't know a bargain when they see it, my first tv for bedroom , a 14" portable from boots cost £180 in 1980!!! that was a fortune, get a grip.
#31
If you thinking of buying this then you may be better off going for this below for £50 more and a 5 year warranty and 27".

http://www.teleland.co.uk/item--Mirai-27-LCD-HD-TV--MiraiDTL-527V200.html

http://www.teleland.co.uk/ccp51/media/images/product_detail/DTL-527V200-1.gif

Size (diagonal) 27" (69 cm)
Screen Size 597.12 x 335.88mm
Panel Resolution 1366 x 768
Aspect Ratio 16 : 9
Mega Pixel (No. of Pixels) 1.05 million
Viewing Angle 176° (H) / 176° (V)
Response Time (typical) 6.5ms
Contrast Ratio (typical) 1200:1
Brightness (typical) 550 cd/m²
Max. Colors / Color Depth 16.7 M / 24-bit
Supported Timing SD: 480i / 480p / 576i / 576p HDTV: 720i / 720p / 1080i
Tuner System PAL, SECAM, NTSC
Sound System Tuner B/G, D/K, I, L/L’
Teletext Memory 1000 Pages
Additional Features 1000 Pages
Stand Type / VESA Mounting Fixed (detachable) / 100 x 100mm
Horizontal sync. Frequency 45-50 KHz
Vertical sync. Frequency 47-63Hz
Automatic Installation Yes
On Screen Display language EN; FR; DE; ES; IT; NL; PL; RU
User Controls Contrast, Brightness, Back Light, Saturation, Colour Temp, Red, Green, Blue, White Balance, Picture Mode, Auto (Picture Setup), Clock, Phase, H-Position, V-Position, CH Scan, Program, Manual Scan, Update Scan, Audio (Balance, Bass, Treble, Surround), Language, OSD Background
Plug & Play DDC 2B Compliance
Video/Audio Signal Input PC: VGA +3.5 mm stereo jack. Video:TV / SCART1 / SCART2 / HDMI / AV+R/L / S-Video+R/L / YPbPr+R/L
Audio Output Audio output on SCART 1 / SCART 2
Headphone Output; 3.5mm stereo jack
Speaker 2 x 5W integrated
Safety / EMC TUV-GS, Gost-R, CE
Power Supply AC 100-240V, 2.4A, 50/60Hz
Power Usage (normal) <120W
Power Usage (stand by) <1W
System Dimensions 516 x 696 x 192mm (H x W x D)
System Dimensions (no stand) 479 x 696 x 100mm (H x W x D)
System Weight (net weight) 10kg
#32
PeteHerts
If you thinking of buying this then you may be better off going for this below for £50 more and a 5 year warranty and 27".

http://www.teleland.co.uk/item--Mirai-27-LCD-HD-TV--MiraiDTL-527V200.html

http://www.teleland.co.uk/ccp51/media/images/product_detail/DTL-527V200-1.gif


No integrated freeview, and only 1 HDMI socket.
#33
i like wotsits
#34
cheesy ?
#35
If the last post likes them cheesy, they must be female! ;-);-)
#36
Some people just don't get this site. This is a cheap telly with a reasonable spec. Of course you can get better for more money but do people really need to be told that? :roll:

"Here sir - have this Jaguar.
No thanks, it's rubbish. An Aston Martin is miles better." :-D

I posted the 32" Vistron with an integrated DVD a few days ago and it got slated and negged daft - yet not one person managed to offer an alternative spec for similar or cheaper - surely the point of this board?

Anyway, it's on my bedroom wall now and is perfect for the job it was bought for. It doesn't compete with the 40" Sony downstairs but it cost less than a 1/5th of the price. In my view that's a 'hot deal'.
#37
Dilbert
Some people just don't get this site. This is a cheap telly with a reasonable spec. Of course you can get better for more money but do people really need to be told that? :roll:

"Here sir - have this Jaguar.
No thanks, it's rubbish. An Aston Martin is miles better." :-D

I posted the 32" Vistron with an integrated DVD a few days ago and it got slated and negged daft - yet not one person managed to offer an alternative spec for similar or cheaper - surely the point of this board?

Anyway, it's on my bedroom wall now and is perfect for the job it was bought for. It doesn't compete with the 40" Sony downstairs but it cost less than a 1/5th of the price. In my view that's a 'hot deal'.


Thanx everyone else seems to be slagging off my deal
#38
Dilbert
Some people just don't get this site. This is a cheap telly with a reasonable spec. Of course you can get better for more money but do people really need to be told that? :roll:

"Here sir - have this Jaguar.
No thanks, it's rubbish. An Aston Martin is miles better." :-D

I posted the 32" Vistron with an integrated DVD a few days ago and it got slated and negged daft - yet not one person managed to offer an alternative spec for similar or cheaper - surely the point of this board?

Anyway, it's on my bedroom wall now and is perfect for the job it was bought for. It doesn't compete with the 40" Sony downstairs but it cost less than a 1/5th of the price. In my view that's a 'hot deal'.


I admit. as already posted, the alternative TV I suggested may be lacking freeview, have only 1 HDMI connection and be £50 more but maybe there are people out there who already have a separate freeview source, don't have the need for or only need 1 HDMI connection and are willing to pay what work's out only an extra £12.50 a year for extended warranty (in other word's their idea of a hot deal).
#39
remote doesnt work
#40
PeteHerts
I admit. as already posted, the alternative TV I suggested may be lacking freeview, have only 1 HDMI connection and be £50 more but maybe there are people out there who already have a separate freeview source, don't have the need for or only need 1 HDMI connection and are willing to pay what work's out only an extra £12.50 a year for extended warranty (in other word's their idea of a hot deal).


I would rather have the freeview box hidden so would opt for this instead it is a good LCD for someone who wants it for the beedroom for there 360 or PS3

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