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Grundig 19in HD Ready Digital LCD TV/DVD Combi £145.99 @ Argos

£145.99 @ Argos
Seem's like a very good price for a 19" combi, Will prob get cold because it's a grundig, but IMO these are more than good enough for a bedroom Television Picture Quality: * High Definition…
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banned7y, 1m agoFound 7 years, 1 month ago
Seem's like a very good price for a 19" combi, Will prob get cold because it's a grundig, but IMO these are more than good enough for a bedroom

Television Picture Quality:

* High Definition Ready.

* Integrated digital (Freeview).

* 19in (48cm) widescreen TV with 48cm visible screen size.

* Resolution 1440 x 900 pixels.

* Brightness 300cd/m2.

* Contrast ratio 800:1 native.

* Viewing angle 170/160°.


Connectivity:

* 1 HDMI socket.

* 1 SCART socket.

* PC input socket.

* Composite.

* AV socket (rear).


Sound Quality:

* NICAM sound system.

* 2 x 3W RMS power output.


Freeview Features:

* Digitally interactive.

* Digital text.

* Digital video broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.

* Auto setup.

* Now and next electronic programme guide.

* 7 day Electronic Programme Guide.

* CI slot.


Additional Features:

* Teletext.

* Fastext.

* UHF/VHF tuners.

* Auto setup.

* Auto search tuner.

* Auto search sorting.

* Sleep timer.

* Child lock.

* NTSC compatible.

* Remote control requires 2 x AAA batteries (included).

* 230V AC mains operated.

* Size of TV (H)35, (W)46, (D)9cm.

* Weight of TV 4.3kg (unpackaged).

* Complete with stand.

* Size of TV with stand (H)38.5, (W)46, (D)17cm.

* Weight of TV with stand 4.5kg.

* Suitable for wall mounting (brackets not included).

* Standby power consumption less than 1 watt.


DVD-specific Features:

* Player.

* NICAM sound system.

* 2 channel stereo.

* Supports Region 2 coding.

* Playback compatibility: DVD, VideoCD 2.0, CD-DA, MP3, JPEG, Kodak Picture CD, CD-R/RW, Video CD, DVD-/+R/RW (video format only), WMA.
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#1
Seems very good value to me, and as you say an excellent option for a bedroom TV

I used to sell Grundig products back in the 80s, mainly TV's & Radio's (The Grundig Satellit 600 was amazingly popular despite it's price, which I think was about £200) for which they had an excellent reputation, certainly very reliable, although I would guess someone else is just using the name now?.

It's quite funny now that people think of 19" and 17" TV's as bedroom sets, back then these would have been ideal for the living room as well.The larger sized old CRT's before FST (OK, anyone else remember the 'Hello Tosh, got a Toshiba") came along, were 20", 22", and 26" was the largest available, now most people think of 32" being the minimum for a living room, I suppose mainly because they are so much cheaper now.
#2
No stock in the locations I have tried...
#3
Look in MORRISON's they have a 19" with DVD & Freeview for £129 round here - Peterborough.
#4
HAL2000
Seems very good value to me, and as you say an excellent option for a bedroom TV

I used to sell Grundig products back in the 80s, mainly TV's & Radio's (The Grundig Satellit 600 was amazingly popular despite it's price, which I think was about £200) for which they had an excellent reputation, certainly very reliable, although I would guess someone else is just using the name now?.

It's quite funny now that people think of 19" and 17" TV's as bedroom sets, back then these would have been ideal for the living room as well.The larger sized old CRT's before FST (OK, anyone else remember the 'Hello Tosh, got a Toshiba") came along, were 20", 22", and 26" was the largest available, now most people think of 32" being the minimum for a living room, I suppose mainly because they are so much cheaper now.



I used to flog TV and video for the Co-op when Sony and Philips ruled the roost. Mitsubishi were another top brand then and LG ad Samsung were the cheapo tellies sold during the blue cross sale. Grundig were on a decline back then since their hay days of selling top class radios and were one of the satellite box options along side Thompson Technology (this is ealry nineties we're talking here.

This looks like an ok option but for my money I'd go that bit further and buy separate TV and DVD. That way if the DVD goes PeeToing!! I can replace it with a newer up to date model.
#5
philby27;7631460
Mitsubishi were another top brand then


Dead right.
I still use a 21" Mitsubishi CRT every single day of the week, (bedroom now, used to be main tv!) and a friend has one too... now just gone 12 years old, and picture hasn't deteriorated one scrap.

Keep meaning to replace it with a new LCD, but begrudge getting rid of this as it is still so good!
#6
Have a look on Halfcost and use code PF15 some 19" combis on there for £115 delivered, you need to add to basket and use code for that price.

We have one of those from Halfcost and its a great TV
#7
philby27
I used to flog TV and video for the Co-op when Sony and Philips ruled the roost. Mitsubishi were another top brand then and LG ad Samsung were the cheapo tellies sold during the blue cross sale. Grundig were on a decline back then since their hay days of selling top class radios and were one of the satellite box options along side Thompson Technology (this is ealry nineties we're talking here.

This looks like an ok option but for my money I'd go that bit further and buy separate TV and DVD. That way if the DVD goes PeeToing!! I can replace it with a newer up to date model.


I'd mainly worked for independents, but I also worked for the Co-op (shame on me!), during the mid 90's, when it was called Living, and left soon after the merger with CWS, as we basically had to re-apply for our own jobs! and although I had the best sales figures for my department, they gave it to someone else, who'd been with them for much longer.

Anyway, yes indeed by this time, Grundig was not a major player, and Mitsubishi, Sony, and Panasonic were some of the best, especially in TV's, mainly because they produced their own CRT tubes.I had a dislike for Philips personally, as their menu systems were not very user friendly, resulting in bad customer satisfaction.LG & Samsung were also a budget brand in those days, despite Samsung being a massive company even then into ship building etc, and although cheaper, they were still reliable, unlike some of the crap they used to send us, Crown, and for a short time they messed with an own brand, using an old name, Harwood, and I basically refused to sell them, not to mention the fact that since your wages were so poor, you'd rely on the paltry commission you'd earn 'after' achieving your weekly sales target, so It was better to spend a bit more time selling up to something the customer really wanted, rather than the crap we were told to shift, because the customer went away happy, and generally they would buy again, which meant I'd spent more time selling, rather than sorting out customer problems.Now days it's almost all down to price, hence sites like this, so apart from the poor wages, I wouldn't want to do it now, because there isn't really any selling, or any customer loyalty, and unlike myself who had a keen interest in consumer electronics, and would visit the trade shows, read publications like ERT etc, and basically learn every tiem inside out, most people in these stores now have no interest, and therefore 'generally' don't know much more than the customer about the products.
It is of course better to have seperate items, but realistically, items like this have almost become disposable, so I doubt that you'd expect it to last too long.Back in 1994, the average price of a basic 14" portable was around £200, so you realise how much cheaper TV's, and consumer electronics have become, and of course you now get a lot more for your money.Sorry for going on, but as you can probably tell, old habits die hard!
#8
philby27
This looks like an ok option but for my money I'd go that bit further and buy separate TV and DVD. That way if the DVD goes PeeToing!! I can replace it with a newer up to date model.


Really depends on your circumstances tho, we have a combi on the wall in the conservatory which is alot easier than trying to find somewhere to put a DVD player :thumbsup:
#9
If you like BUSH
Same price in stock at argos
#10
prefer clean look

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