Extra Value / Videocon VU325LDF 32" LCD FULL HD Television £219.87 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Just spotted this in my Ebuyer spam. Gotta be cheap for a 32" FULL HD telly and the reviews on Ebuyer don't seem too bad either. Quite tempted as been after something cheap for the bedroom and has a decent number of connections (3 HDMI etc).
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#1
would be good to see if anyone has got one and what its like?
#2
was about to post this, can't believe someone posted 6.30am! good work :) voted hot.
#3
Emmamed
would be good to see if anyone has got one and what its like?

There are reviews for it on the Ebuyer page

Edited By: stamfordblue on Jan 11, 2011 09:15
1 Like #4
I would rather have this Toshiba from BestBuy - with 15% Quidco comes to £199:

http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000140844/product.aspx
#5
brookheather
I would rather have this Toshiba from BestBuy - with 15% Quidco comes to £199:

http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000140844/product.aspx


Thats not HD
#6
Does anyone GET the quidco with bestbuy ? - read they don't
#7
'Scart /AV OUT: Yes'

Does that mean I could use something like a VHS recorder to record Freeview programmes from the TV's tuner? Many more expensive TVs don't seem to be able to do this.
#8
itsisnot
brookheather
I would rather have this Toshiba from BestBuy - with 15% Quidco comes to £199:http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000140844/product.aspx
Thats not HD

What you mean is it's HD ready not full HD.
banned#9
brookheather
I would rather have this Toshiba from BestBuy - with 15% Quidco comes to £199:

http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000140844/product.aspx

good luck trying to get quidco from bestbuy
#10
Have used TV from this brand before, and they are excellent. Hot. Was about to post when HUKD warned me about duplicate deal.
#11
stamfordblue
itsisnot
brookheather
I would rather have this Toshiba from BestBuy - with 15% Quidco comes to £199:http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000140844/product.aspx
Thats not HD


What you mean is it's HD ready not full HD.


Toshiba TV HD ready - Videocon TV FULL HD 1080p
banned 1 Like #12
would much rather have a 720p toshiba than a 1080p crap branded one which aesthetically looks embarrassing to be quite frank.

Edited By: csiman on Jan 11, 2011 11:37
1 Like #13
itsisnot
brookheather
I would rather have this Toshiba from BestBuy - with 15% Quidco comes to £199:

http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000140844/product.aspx


Thats not HD

stamfordblue
itsisnot
brookheather
I would rather have this Toshiba from BestBuy - with 15% Quidco comes to £199:http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000140844/product.aspx
Thats not HD


What you mean is it's HD ready not full HD.

ndigits
Have used TV from this brand before, and they are excellent. Hot. Was about to post when HUKD warned me about duplicate deal.

csiman
would much rather have a 720p toshiba than a 1080p crap branded one which aesthetically looks embarrassing to be quite frank.


I bought a Vistron cheapo 37" Ebuyer TV a couple of years ago, which probably comes from the same factory in China and TBH both the picture and sound are ok, but not great. It has now moved into another room, since I replaced it last year with a 42" LG, which was more expensive, but compare the two side by side and they're like chalk and cheese.

For £220, though, I think this is an excellent buy and the picture is probably better than on my 37" (which is HD ready, not full HD).

I'm going to go out on a limb here and say there is such an enormous difference between '720p HD ready' (which ought to be called 'enhanced definition' IMO, as it is often far from 'high') and '1080p full HD', that I would go for a full HD model every time, although I agree with CSiman that Videocon/Vistron (i.e. Ebuyer's 'own brand') is not the best of bands and the appearance of this TV aint too great. Also, bear in mind that the smaller the TV, the harder it is to see any difference between even SD and full HD.
#14
csiman
would much rather have a 720p toshiba than a 1080p crap branded one which aesthetically looks embarrassing to be quite frank.


You usually pay for what you get £220!
banned#15
itsisnot
csiman
would much rather have a 720p toshiba than a 1080p crap branded one which aesthetically looks embarrassing to be quite frank.


You usually pay for what you get £220!

exactly - £220 for a full HD 32" TV is most likely gonna be awful quality whereas £240 for a toshiba 32" 720p tv is probably gonna be decent.
1 Like #16
andyken

I'm going to go out on a limb here and say there is such an enormous difference between '720p HD ready' (which ought to be called 'enhanced definition' IMO, as it is often far from 'high') and '1080p full HD', that I would go for a full HD model every time, although I agree with CSiman that Videocon/Vistron (i.e. Ebuyer's 'own brand') is not the best of bands and the appearance of this TV aint too great. Also, bear in mind that the smaller the TV, the harder it is to see any difference between even SD and full HD.


Videocon is not Ebuyer's brand, they have been making TVs for ages (older than LG, Samsung), but they are India based, and I have friends who used their TVs for 15 years before retiring to buy new one. AFAIK, they also bought Thomson's TV business which I think was a good brand as well. Just my 2 cents (Flame guard on now) :-)
#17
sold out

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