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Finlux 42 Inch 1080p LCD TV - 42FLH760 £649.97

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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
This has to be the lowest price 1080p 42" LCD TV available!

Our new range of Finlux TVs are fast becoming top sellers with their high build quality and top of the range features.

Theyre ideal for gaming and having tested the Finlux against a Sony LCD in our Showroom the Finlux more than holds its own and does not look out of place surrounded by the Samsung and Sony TVs.

Features include built in Digital Freeview, full 1080p resolution, high contrast ratio, and enough sockets for all your needs.

If youre looking for a bargain TV then look no further!


TV Tuner - Built in Freeview DVB-T Digital Tuner
Screen Resolution - 1920 x 1080 Full 1080p Resolution
Contrast Ratio - 6000:1 Dynamic Contrast
Audio - SRS Trusurround Sound
Picture In Picture
Free Wall Mount Bracket
Less Than 1 Watt Power Consumption In Standby

2 x HDMI Inputs
2 x SCART Sockets
1 x Component Input (Can be used for Games consoles)
1 x PC Input (Stream content from your PC through your TV)
1 x Composite
1 x Headphone Jack

Wall Mounting
Wall Mountable: Yes
Spacing: 400 x 200mm
See Recommended Accessories for suitable brackets

Warranty - 1 year Collect & Return
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the lg one posted ealier at empire direct costs less and a recognised make
'having tested the Finlux against a Sony LCD in our Showroom'

If this is a post by someone who works for the seller I would always vote cold. This is a group for people to post deals they find rather than companies to advertise there goods for free.
Sorry cold here as well as you can get a brand you've heard of for the same price and spec. Where's the screen sourced from? Samsung/sony would have been 40" so probabily lg or panasonic/hitachi?
I'm starting to think all these cheap screens these days claim have panels sourced from tier 1 suppliers.
Never heard of this model so not sure how it compairs to others but there are cheaper well rated TV's on ebuyer etc, so not for me.


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