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Grundig 27" HD Ready LCD Television £249.99

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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Was £399.99 £499.99

Price Now £249.99

LCD televisions are perfect for modern house, taking up less space than conventional boxes and looking great at the same time
MHEG5 Interactivity and easy menu system
Automatic channel search.
Resolution 1280 x 720 (WXGA).
Brightness 550cd/m2
Contrast 600:1
Viewing Angle -170 Horizontal /170 Vertical
Audio - Nicam Stereo
2 x 8W RMS output
Twin Scart Socket
Rear AV input and headphone socket
HDMI / HDCP Input: use of HDMI to connect high definition devices enables maximisation of a home theatre system and experience digital content the way it was intended
Please note that we only dispatch Televisions to billing addresses for security reasons
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Standard delivery charge of £4.95 for mainland UK only (we do not deliver to other locations)
Usually delivered within 5 working days of receipt of order
Model Number: GUVLDHD2700
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#1
Cheap that, the 22"-26" lcd's are always expensive for what they are with the 32" being the major sellers at the small screen end of the market and best priced.

Voted hot for people looking for this size :thumbsup:
#2
#3
voted hot

if its got freeview even better:)

the design of the set looks a bit bulky for my taste but a bargain for someone:thumbsup:
#4
Possible 7% quidco on that too :)

Can't find out if it's wall mountable though and reading the grundig website shows it as a 2005 model.

Nice price anyways.

Edit: Just found out it is wall mountable but uses a non-vesa standard mount.
#7
grundig make some of the worst LCD's, dont waste your money, most CRT's will be better or save your money for a decent make LCD...well ok, a panasonic...dont buy a samsung they are appalling too (unless you want to burn your retinas, overprocessed garbage)
#9
Nothing wrong with my Samsung. Or maybe you're mistaking it for the sun. Everyone knows not too look directly at the sun
#10
royals
grundig make some of the worst LCD's, dont waste your money, most CRT's will be better or save your money for a decent make LCD...well ok, a panasonic...dont buy a samsung they are appalling too (unless you want to burn your retinas, overprocessed garbage)


Um, my Samsung R88 displays an incredible picture. Jealous much?
1 Like #11
There's one good review here: http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews118355.html
And use TBF122 to get it for £230 including postage ;-).
#12
raheemkassam;1460712
Um, my Samsung R88 displays an incredible picture. Jealous much?

er no, cause i have a pioneer kuro plasma..jealous, er, no..depends what you want your tv for - i want the best picture quality for standard defintion tv, sports, movies and gaming because thats what i will be using the tv for most of time....
i looked at samsung LE46F86BDX and LE40F86BDX and laughed at the standard def quality, i loved the panel bleed, the grey blacks. The picture looked overprocessed even using blu ray, thereby look artificial rather than natural.....sony do a better job with the samsung panels as they look a little more natural but are still nowhere near as natural as plasmas.
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mmm... if your on the lookout for a bargain Grundig LCD big telly you could cut out the middlemen and go here, direct from the manufacturer with full warranty and free delivery :thumbsup:

http://www.grundig-uk.co.uk/productlist.aspx?cid=LargeScreenTV&language=en-GB

I quite like the 32" HD LCD with Freeview for only £299.00


Maybe this should be a separate deal thread? :p
#14
royals
grundig make some of the worst LCD's, dont waste your money, most CRT's will be better or save your money for a decent make LCD...well ok, a panasonic...dont buy a samsung they are appalling too (unless you want to burn your retinas, overprocessed garbage)


Support this with fact and somebody might take you seriously, otherwise you talk utter garbage :thumbsup:
#15
avfc456;1460924
Support this with fact and somebody might take you seriously, otherwise you talk utter garbage :thumbsup:

its selling at p-i-k-e-y outlet Robert Dyas ffs!! hmm, obviously an audio/visual specialist!
No I go by expert reviews (EISA, what hifi, etc) and my own judgement/eyesight...never fails
shows how much you know about tv's if you even think a grundig is likely to be good.
one of their 15in sets mustered 2/5 stars and their 37in managed a laughable 1/5 in what hifi sound and vision.....i dont see grundig's name mentioned in the eisa awards either
contrast is 600:1....er that's appalling....enjoy the depth of colour...or lack of it
#16
naff, but ok if you can't afford anything dearer. Ok in a kid's bedroom I s'pose.
#17
10% discount code still works TBF122

Item Qty Price Each Total Price
137167 , Grundig 27" HD Ready LCD Television 1 £249.99 £249.99
Subtotal £249.99
Discount on Order -£25.00
Shipping Charges £4.95
TOTAL £229.94
#18
Does anybody have the dimensions of this television?
Jac
#19
rubbish LCD even for the money would rather buy the Toshiba 26C3030DB for £336.01 from [url]www.digitaldirect.co.uk[/url]
#20
guyston
There's one good review here: http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews118355.html
And use TBF122 to get it for £230 including postage ;-).


Thanks very much for the code, ordered!
#21
guyston
There's one good review here: http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews118355.html
And use TBF122 to get it for £230 including postage ;-).


Plus Quidco??? :)
#22
If people want a Grundig LCD then the 32" for £249.99 in Black is surely a better deal? Im sticking with my 28" Thomson CRT for now, only way I will switch is if it breaks, SD output/Motion Blur on LCD improves massively or would choose Plasma.

http://www.grundig-uk.co.uk/productdetails.aspx?pid=GULCD32HDT&language=en-GB

[LIST]
[*]Features
[*]32" 16:9 LCD Screen
[*]HD Ready
[*]WXGA: 1366 X 768
[*]Brightness: 500 cd/m2
[*]Contrast Ratio: 800:1
[*]Viewing Angle: Hor. 170, Ver. 170
[*]Nicam Stereo[/LIST][LIST]
[*]250 Page Teletext
[*]Component Input
[*]Connections
[*]HDMI (HDCP)
[*]2 Scart Sockets
[*]S-VHS In
[*]Headphone Socket[/LIST]

or for built in freeview and a slightly better spec for £299

http://www.grundig-uk.co.uk/productdetails.aspx?pid=GULCD32HDIV&language=en-GB&md=alt

[LIST]
[*]Features
[*]32" HD Ready Digital LCD TV
[*]Picture
[*]Visible screen size: 81cm
[*]Screen Format: 16:9
[*]Resolution: 1366 x 768
[*]Brightness: 500cd/m2
[*]Contrast: 1000:1
[*]Response time: 8ms
[*]Viewing Angle (H/V): 178 / 178
[*]Progressive scan
[*]Interactive Features
[*]7 Day Electronic programme guide
[*]Fast Text
[*]Digital Text
[*]1000 page Text memory
[*]Sleep Timer
[*]Child lock
[*]Audio
[*]Audio output: 2 x 8w RMS
[*]Nicam Stereo
[*]Auto Volume adjustment
[*]Tuning1 x Digital TV tuner[/LIST] [LIST]
[*]1 x Euro Multi tuner
[*]Auto programme search / sort
[*]Number of channels: 100 (Analogue)
[*]NTCS Video playback
[*]Connections
[*]1 x HDMI
[*]1 x Component
[*]2 x Scart
[*]1 x 2 Channel audio input (L + R)
[*]1 x S-VHS input
[*]1 x Head phone socket (3.5mm)
[*]Power Consumption Data
[*]Power Supply: AC 100-240V
[*]In Use: 110w
[*]Standby: <3
[*]Accessories
[*]User Manual
[*]Remote Control
[*]Batteries (2 x AAA)
[*]Power cord
[*]Wall Mount Data
[*]400 x 200 (VESA)[/LIST]
#23
royals
er no, cause i have a pioneer kuro plasma..jealous, er, no..depends what you want your tv for - i want the best picture quality for standard defintion tv, sports, movies and gaming because thats what i will be using the tv for most of time....
i looked at samsung LE46F86BDX and LE40F86BDX and laughed at the standard def quality, i loved the panel bleed, the grey blacks. The picture looked overprocessed even using blu ray, thereby look artificial rather than natural.....sony do a better job with the samsung panels as they look a little more natural but are still nowhere near as natural as plasmas.


You can't go around spouting your views as an industy standard. I can't stand the pioneers, yes even the new Kuros. Plasmas to me just don't deliver, especially when talking about the lifespan on them. I don't get 'grey blacks' and if it also depends how you configure the settings on the TV.
#24
Lets get real folks, its a budget TV, its a budget price, is anyone going to put one in their living room? Possibly not, for a second TV in the bedroom, it looks like good value, ill post my thoughts when it arrives, for a bit of late nite telly, it will hopefully do the trick.
#25
Has this offer expired ? £319.99 now.
#26
The grundig link is £319, click the robert dyas link, and dont forget to add the discount to get an extra £25 off :)
#27
Thanks for the help. Just order one for £229 ish.
#28
leeds_united_afc
rubbish LCD even for the money would rather buy the Toshiba 26C3030DB for £336.01 from [url]www.digitaldirect.co.uk[/url]


Any codes for these guys ?
#29
Out of stock now but thanks ordered one this morning for the kids playroom :)
#30
raheemkassam;1461197
You can't go around spouting your views as an industy standard. I can't stand the pioneers, yes even the new Kuros. Plasmas to me just don't deliver, especially when talking about the lifespan on them. I don't get 'grey blacks' and if it also depends how you configure the settings on the TV.

eh? i never said my views were an industry standard, its my opinion, thought this was a free country! :roll:
re: plasmas lifespan - facts please - total rubbish - plasmas lifespan is generally 30000 to 60000 hours! about the same as LCD's (my pioneer reportedly 60000 hours) - it is unlikely you would keep a tv this long anyway
If you think LCD's produce blacks then you need your eyesight tested!

plasmas:-
better at blacks because of the design issue with LCD's - they are backlit......
plasmas generally have a much better contrast ratio - defination for depth of colour - between white and black...
better at motion, especially on standard defintion
Use a little more power, tho thats another debate
last 30000 to 60000 hours....thats approx 16-55 years use! :roll:
image burn-in is reportedly a thing of the past (from 2005 approx anyway)....hmmm we shall see.

LCD's:-
all LCD's suffer from panel bleed - some quite bad due to the fact that the panel are backlit....also the reason why lcd's struggle with blacks (tend to look dark grey or even grey)
Use a little more power, tho thats another debate
terrible at motion, esp on standard def, but 100hz processing on some has improved things a little
dead pixels is a still problem
for what its worth i have a pioneer kuro plasma and a samsung lcd.....the plasma wins hands down!
#31
royals

for what its worth i have a pioneer kuro plasma and a samsung lcd.....the plasma wins hands down!


And I have a plasma and an LCD too, I know which I prefer. Love my Samsung R88 with my 360, never had better.

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