Grundig GU37FHD - 37" Full HD 1080p Digital LCD TV (ex-display & 1 dead pixel) - Only £179 Delivered @ Electro Centre - HotUKDeals
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OK - Before you vote cold, remember this is ideal for people on a tight budget that can live with 1 dead pixel out of 2,073,500.

•Full HD 1080p
•Freeview digital tuner
•37in (94cm) widescreen TV with 94cm visible screen size
•Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels
•Brightness 400cd/m2
•Response time 8ms
•Viewing angle 170/170 degrees
•Progressive scan

Connectivity | Grundig GU37FHD


•3 HDMI sockets
•1 SCART socket
•PC input socket
•Component video socket
•Composite
•AV socket (rear)
•1 USB port

Sound quality | Grundig GU37FHD


•NICAM sound system.
•2 x 10 watts RMS power output.

Digital features | Grundig GU37FHD


•Digitally interactive.
•Digital text.
•Digital video broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
•RF loop.
•Auto setup.
•Auto scan for new channels.
•Now and next programme guide.
•7 day electronic programme guide (EPG).
•Top up TV compatible.
•CI slot.
•Audio description compatible.

Additional features | Grundig GU37FHD


•UHF/VHF tuner.
•Sleep timer.
•Remote control batteries required 2 x AAA (included).
•Size of TV H59.5, W92, D11.1cm.
•Weight of TV 19kg (unpackaged).
•Complete with tabletop stand.
•Size of TV with stand H65.6, W92, D32.8cm.
•Weight of TV with stand 21kg.

EX-DISPLAY ITEM, IN PERFECT WORKING ORDER, IN ORIGINAL BOX
SUPPLIED WITH MANUAL, REMOTE & POWER LEAD
HAS 1 DEAD PIXEL BESIDES THAT ITS IN GOOD CONDITION
MAY HAVE SLIGHT COSMETIC BLEMISHES
3 MONTHS WARRANTY
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banned#1
Take it they only have the one, not really a hot deal
#2
Its still pretty cheap though, not sure about the brand though - I wonder who makes the panel?
2 Likes #3
I for one would see that dead pixel every time the set was switched on. Not such a bargain in my opinion.
#4
Hope its a dead pixle and not a bright pixle!
#5
Not sure I would fancy a dead pixel they drive me nuts.
#6
buster13
I for one would see that dead pixel every time the set was switched on. Not such a bargain in my opinion.

Wow, you must have superman's visionary powers.

So you could easily distinguish 1 pixel from a possible 2 million or so? thats impressive.
banned#7
g3legacy
Its still pretty cheap though, not sure about the brand though - I wonder who makes the panel?

They have a number of them on Ebay so unlikely to be ex display and they don't have much faith in it with only a 3 month warranty
#8
No, I thought the 3 month warranty sucked pretty bad. With 12 months I might have considered it much more. Anyway, TV's are getting cheaper and cheaper all the time. When I have space I will get something...
1 Like #9
Do any of you realise that all TV manufacturers have a policy regarding pixels and none of them would accept one pixel as a being 'a faulty display' so you could buy a brand new TV and it could have one. Some manufacturers require it to have 4-7 defective pixels before they will take the panel back.

Though in the last few years Samsung introduced a 0 dead pixel guarantee on LCD's. So I am sort of wrong haha

Still it's pretty cheap but for other reasons than the pixels I'm not sure if I'd buy any tv with a 3-month warranty.
#10
AndrewRoss
Do any of you realise that all TV manufacturers have a policy regarding pixels and none of them would accept one pixel as a being 'a faulty display' so you could buy a brand new TV and it could have one. Some manufacturers require it to have 4-7 defective pixels before they will take the panel back.

Though in the last few years Samsung introduced a 0 dead pixel guarantee on LCD's. So I am sort of wrong haha

Still it's pretty cheap but for other reasons than the pixels I'm not sure if I'd buy any tv with a 3-month warranty.


But, in fairness, it doesn't state that this was returned as faulty or anything such. Just that it has one dead pixel, and it is ex-display. They presumably would not know how many dead pixels a unit has, unless they see it on display, but in this case they do know.
#11
JayDubya
AndrewRoss
Do any of you realise that all TV manufacturers have a policy regarding pixels and none of them would accept one pixel as a being 'a faulty display' so you could buy a brand new TV and it could have one. Some manufacturers require it to have 4-7 defective pixels before they will take the panel back.

Though in the last few years Samsung introduced a 0 dead pixel guarantee on LCD's. So I am sort of wrong haha

Still it's pretty cheap but for other reasons than the pixels I'm not sure if I'd buy any tv with a 3-month warranty.

But, in fairness, it doesn't state that this was returned as faulty or anything such. Just that it has one dead pixel, and it is ex-display. They presumably would not know how many dead pixels a unit has, unless they see it on display, but in this case they do know.

Bought a lg tv in November and when I asked about dead pixels was told there needed to be so many, so close together. I can't recall exact numbers but clearly one dead pixel wouldn't be cause for complaint.

Edited By: spakkker on May 13, 2011 14:07
#12
it is not full hd anymoer:) 1919 * 1079

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