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HITACHI 37" hd ready lcd tv - only £899.99

emmajk42 Avatar
1d, 5m agoFound 1 decade, 5 months ago
This HITACHI 37LD6600 37" hd ready lcd tv is only £899.99 online at comet. The same model seems to have a retai price of around £1200+ at all other online stores, so I think this is a good price!

It looks like a nice TV, I'll post the full spec in the forum thread if you are interested.

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[SIZE=3]Product details[/SIZE]

Dimensions 65.0x93.0x10.0(H/W/D)cm
Television type LCD .
Television size 37 inches Size of the television measured diagonally across the screen
Pure flat visible screen 37 inches Screen sizes vary. Pure flat screens reduce distortion
Picture grading Rated five stars (out of five) Rated by the independent experts at What Video and Widescreen TV magazine.
Sound grading Rated four stars (out of five) Rated by the independent experts at What Video and Widescreen TV magazine.
Connectivity grading Rated four stars (out of five) Rated by the independent experts at What Video and Widescreen TV magazine.

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Reception Analogue
Auto set up Yes Automatically tunes in and sets the channels at the touch of a button.
Teletext Yes Access to ceefax and teletext services.
Digital Text Compatible No
Electronic Programme Guide No

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Picture enhancement Not featured
HD Ready Yes TV can show the required screen resolution and has the necessary connections to be able to show high definition content. These TVs comply to EICTAs specifications for the HD ready logo.
Progressive scan Yes Scans individual picture lines in sequence rather than alternately, maximising the clarity of digital images from DVD and enhancing NTSC software playback.
Pixel resolution 1366x768 The higher the number of pixels the better the picture resolution.
Contrast ratio 800:1 This is the measurement of the difference in light intensity between the brightest white and the darkest black. The higher the contrast ratio the better the picture quality.
Brightness 500 Generally the greater the brightness the better quality of the picture, however it is how the brightness and contrast of the panel work together that determines the final picture performance quality.
Digital picture processing No
Digital comb filter Yes Separates combined colour and black & white picture information, to ensure crisp sharp picture detail without the kind of picture vibration experienced with fine picture detail.
Viewing angle Wide degrees Determines the optimum viewing angle
Digital Natural Motion No
Digital video noise reduction Yes Reduces static noise, improving image quality.
Picture-in-picture Yes View one TV channel whilst a second is displayed in an inset box in one corner of the screen.
NTSC playback Yes Allows playback of NTSC format videos and DVDs. NTSC (National Television Standards Committee) is the television system used primarily in USA and Japan.
On-screen menus Yes For easy selection of features.

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Speakers included No
Sub-woofer included No
Sound system Virtual Dolby Surround Delivers a virtual surround sound with just stereo speakers
Digital sound processor (DSP) No
Audio power output (RMS) 16 watts A larger output results in greater volume.

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Scart sockets 2 Easy of connection of a DVD player, video, digital box or adapter etc.
RGB scart sockets 1 These scart sockets can accept picture signals in high quality RGB format. Connecting a compatible DVD player or digital box/adapter via these sockets will therefore result in a better picture quality. These scart sockets are included in the total number of scart sockets listed above.
S-Video socket Yes Enables a high quality connection to a video or DVD player with a corresponding output. Delivers a higher quality image by sending the colour and brightness elements down four separate wires.
Component video connection Yes This connection delivers the ultimate picture resolution and can be used to connect a DVD player or Home Cinema system with a corresponding output to the TV.
Composite video input No
AV inputs Yes For easy connection of equipment such as camcorders or games consoles.
HDMI connection 1 High Bandwidth Digital Multimedia Interface - highest qualit y digital connection.
DVI connection No
HDCP enabled Yes High Definition Copyright Protection - a chip that descrambl es a high definition broadcast.
Headphone socket Yes Enables the use of personal headphones.
RGB PC in Yes This screen will receive RGB PC in signals
Optical connection No
Co-axial digital input No PCMCIA slot for pay channel module No
Remote Control Yes Enables you to operate your equipment from a remote handset
On/off timer Yes Enables the television to be preset to switch on and off
Sleep timer Yes Can be set to switch off automatically.
Child lock to prevent unwanted tampering Yes By using a pass-code, the set can be prevented from being used by unauthorised persons, such as children. Other featuresDesktop TV stand includedTo display your television
#2
If your going to spend that much on a LCD tv its worth looking at a SONY KDL32S2010U for £822
http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/Referrer.asp?SKUNumber=104076
Here's a review of the Sony.
http://www.trustedreviews.com/article.aspx?art=2991

It might be 5 inches smaller, but its a highly rated LCD telly.

I've the 26" version and the quality is very impressive compared to my old Samsung LCD telly. The new Bravia LCD can handle standard def signals very well.
banned#3
errmm I think you mean Comet and not Currys

dosent have the best of reviews from people who bough it

http://www.unbeatable.co.uk/p_rupr/Hitachi-37LD6600-37-in-LCD-Television-Reviews/28352984.html
#4
smokedog
If your going to spend that much on a LCD tv its worth looking at a SONY KDL32S2010U for £822
http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/Referrer.asp?SKUNumber=104076

It might be 5 inches smaller, but its a highly rated LCD telly.


5 inches might make quite a bit of difference though... in TV terms I mean! And only 5 inches is a lot, when you are talking about diagonal distance you see. That's just my opinion though. I'm sure the Sony is a very good TV too..

(And thanks showman, I fixed that up... comet, currys, blah blah blah!)
#5
Here's another review where it scores well enough:

http://www.trustedreviews.com/article.aspx?art=2969

Quite informative review actually.

EDIT - there seem to be quite a few review on the web for this model, if you are interested in it, have a good read of a few first befre you make any decisions. :D
banned#6
emmajk42
Here's another review where it scores well enough:

http://www.trustedreviews.com/article.aspx?art=2969

Quite informative review actually.

EDIT - there seem to be quite a few review on the web for this model, if you are interested in it, have a good read of a few first befre you make any decisions. :D


I think it scores quite well with professional reviewers but seems to have reliability issues with tha actual people that have bought one, as Emma says judge for yourself
#7
Always worth a try to see if John lewis will price match too - as all tv's come with a 5 year guarantee.

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