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Finlux 32H7020-D 32" 3D LED HD TV USB PVR Recording 4x 3D Glasses £199.00.99 @ Ebay/ finluxuk

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THIS SEEMS LIKE A VERY GOOD DEAL, SIMILAR TO SAINSBURY'S RECENT OFFER?
POSSIBLY ONLY FOR 1 WEEK AT THIS PRICE POINT?

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    WillieGophar
    Been seriously considering this. I don't particularly need or want the 3D features though. It's not full HD (not that that stops this being a good deal) and Amazon have a Digihome 32" LED which is full HD (but no 3D) for the same price.
    Any advice, good people?
    Heat added.

    Edited By: WillieGophar on Nov 22, 2012 23:04
    mramrania1
    i also wanna know.. is this good guys ?
    olie6915
    My personal opinion is wait until the January sales, if your not that bothered about 3D you'll be able to pick up a decent branded 1080p 32" for the same price (maybe cheaper)

    Yes it comes with 2 years warranty but I'm a bit of a brand **** and if it means paying a bit more I'd do it
    HankHandsome
    The sainsbury's deal was a full 1080p TV, this one is 720p, so while the price is good, I think that aspect alone edges the Sainsburys one. Heat though.
    pet2000
    What's the energy usage? A or B or C or even D? Will make a huge difference to your pounds after January 2013.
    scooter300
    HankHandsome
    The sainsbury's deal was a full 1080p TV, this one is 720p, so while the price is good, I think that aspect alone edges the Sainsburys one. Heat though.


    I do agree, although the Sainsbury's deal is no longer available, just thought this may be interesting as an alternative. On a 32" you probably wont really tell the difference between the two resolutions. thanks for the heat tho ;-)
    csr
    csr1 year, 10 months ago #7Show comment tools Reply
    I got the non 3d version of this a few months ago and have been pleased with it - this one doesnt look as nice as the one i got but it is cheaper. I use mine over VGA with a PC and havent had any problems with it picture wise but the sound is very tinny and you probably need some external speakers.
    dinglebert
    I bought the 42" version of this for £299 and its very good. far better picture than the one it replaced
    artificialcolours
    olie6915
    My personal opinion is wait until the January sales, if your not that bothered about 3D you'll be able to pick up a decent branded 1080p 32" for the same price (maybe cheaper)

    Yes it comes with 2 years warranty but I'm a bit of a brand **** and if it means paying a bit more I'd do it


    Interesting. I'm in the market for a 40" region LED TV, I was under the impression that the best deals were to be had in the run up to Christmas, as just an observer, I was disappointed with what the stores came up with in the new year, compared with even the cashback deals the producers were offering.
    MrPuddington
    Only 720p, no Freeview HD, I think they have cut a few corners too many on this set.
    scooter300
    MrPuddington
    Only 720p, no Freeview HD, I think they have cut a few corners too many on this set.

    maybe so, but can you really complain for a sub £200 tv with the features it does have? the "missing" features can be found on a more expensive tv
    mission1664
    MrPuddington
    Only 720p, no Freeview HD, I think they have cut a few corners too many on this set.


    The 720p wouldn't worry me at this size, the build and picture quality would....... guaranteed Vestal cr*p.

    Edited By: mission1664 on Nov 24, 2012 17:49
    HereKittyKitty
    Wow! I never thought I'd see a 3D TV for less than £200. Decent size too, and LED should keep the leccy bills down. If I cared even slightly about 3D telly I'd snap this up
    mission1664
    HereKittyKitty
    Wow! I never thought I'd see a 3D TV for less than £200. Decent size too, and LED should keep the leccy bills down. If I cared even slightly about 3D telly I'd snap this up


    If anyone even slightly cared about 3D TV .....they would nt touch this with a barge pole.
    jonhindson
    I bought this a while ago for the kids bedroom it's not to bad for the price picture and sound is good I think the builds not bad either haven't tried the 3d yet though so hopefully itl be ok

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