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32 inch isis TV. Use code isis30 to reduce price from 229.99 to 199.99. Also 14.89% quid-co.

£229.99
Save £50.00 regular £279.99
offer ends: 24-12-2010was £229.99was £279.99
Savings against normal instore price available until 14-10-2010
Save £50.00 regular £279.99

offer ends: 24-12-2010 was £229.99 was £279.99

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The Isis 32" LCD HD Ready TV allows you to record your favourite programs directly to a USB memory stick. It also has built-in Freeview, Nicam stereo sound from the built-in speakers, PC input and child lock.

Isis 32" LCD HD Ready TVThe Isis ISI-32-900-TVBU 32” HD-Ready IDTV is an LCD television that offers a range of great features at a very affordable price, and is an ideal entry level television for those looking to make the jump to high definition television.

The Isis ISI-32-900-TVBU comes with a USB recording feature and has an integrated Freeview tuner as standard, offering dozens of free-to-air terrestrial digital channels from the BBC, ITV and Channel 4, as well as a range of great digital radio stations.

As well as a 720P HD-Ready LCD screen, offering a beautifully sharp and colourful picture when connected to a Blu-ray player, games console or ND cable or satellite box, the Isis ISI-32-900-TVBU has Nicam stereo sound built-in, for rich full sound.

The USB socket in the Isis ISI-32-900-TVBU 32” HD-Ready IDTV allows you to connect it directly to your PC, and the set comes with child lock and teletext features. A stand, remote control and easy setup guide are supplied with this Isis television, and the set can be wall-mounted for convenience.


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Isis ISI-32-900-TVBU Television
Remote Control
Stand
Easy Set-up guide
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#1
Good price for unbranded 32", Hot
#2
Shame it's not 1080. Could do with a new tv for the bedroom but paid 199 from tesco this time last year and got a free glass stand. Gonna hold out for a 1080 and freeview hd for around 250
#3
LiGhTfasT
Shame it's not 1080. Could do with a new tv for the bedroom but paid 199 from tesco this time last year and got a free glass stand. Gonna hold out for a 1080 and freeview hd for around 250

Doesnt really matter at this size
#4
dh058977
LiGhTfasT
Shame it's not 1080. Could do with a new tv for the bedroom but paid 199 from tesco this time last year and got a free glass stand. Gonna hold out for a 1080 and freeview hd for around 250
Doesnt really matter at this size

Not sure how you can determine if it matters or not purely from the size :|
#5
Mentos
dh058977
LiGhTfasT
Shame it's not 1080. Could do with a new tv for the bedroom but paid 199 from tesco this time last year and got a free glass stand. Gonna hold out for a 1080 and freeview hd for around 250
Doesnt really matter at this size
Not sure how you can determine if it matters or not purely from the size :|

Well based on the average viewing distances for televisions you would be hard pressed to notice the difference between 720 and full hd. Have a read of that - http://www.3dgameman.com/forums//showthread.php?t=57622
#6
Just what I need or my bedroom heat added
Thankyou
#7
dh058977
Mentos
dh058977
LiGhTfasT
Shame it's not 1080. Could do with a new tv for the bedroom but paid 199 from tesco this time last year and got a free glass stand. Gonna hold out for a 1080 and freeview hd for around 250
Doesnt really matter at this size
Not sure how you can determine if it matters or not purely from the size :|
Well based on the average viewing distances for televisions you would be hard pressed to notice the difference between 720 and full hd. Have a read of that -http://www.3dgameman.com/forums//showthread.php?t=57622

Have read similar before, without wanting to go into a long argument about the merits of the analysis behind such charts, it still appears to reinforce my point mate.

Moreover, I'm unsure how the average viewing distance (which is?) alone is necessarily of much help in supporting your original point.

Nothing personal mate, I'm just begining to find that type of comment extremely annoying on every (sub 40") TV thread I read. The other one would be the pedantic thats not an LED TV, they don't exist comment.


Edited By: Mentos on Dec 20, 2010 01:40
#8
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#9
Mentos
dh058977
Mentos
dh058977
LiGhTfasT
Shame it's not 1080. Could do with a new tv for the bedroom but paid 199 from tesco this time last year and got a free glass stand. Gonna hold out for a 1080 and freeview hd for around 250
Doesnt really matter at this size
Not sure how you can determine if it matters or not purely from the size :|
Well based on the average viewing distances for televisions you would be hard pressed to notice the difference between 720 and full hd. Have a read of that -[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.3dgameman.com/forums//showthread.php?t=57622


Have read similar before, without wanting to go into a long argument about the merits of the analysis behind such charts, it still appears to reinforce my point mate.

Moreover, I'm unsure how the average viewing distance (which is?) alone is necessarily of much help in supporting your original point.

Nothing personal mate, I'm just begining to find that type of comment extremely annoying on every (sub 40") TV thread I read. The other one would be the pedantic thats not an LED TV, they don't exist comment.



this type of comment also annoys me but unlike most people who make such comments, i actually have relevant first hand experience, i bought this TV, used it with my PS3 as well as PC and i'll tell you know that i was very disappointed, to the point where it got returned two days later

so i bought another 32" TV which was 1080P and it was like night and day, the isis 720P was blurry in comparison

i know its not a like for like comparison but its better then pulling out some link, plus the 1080P TV is unbranded too and strangely uses the same interface, might be made by the same company
#10
i'll probably use it as a pc monitor on htpc sometime that's why 1080 matters
#11
LiGhTfasT
Shame it's not 1080. Could do with a new tv for the bedroom but paid 199 from tesco this time last year and got a free glass stand. Gonna hold out for a 1080 and freeview hd for around 250

LiGhTfasT,
I was looking at BestBuy TV's last night. They actually do a full 1080 and freeview (not HD). There's also a 10% discount code floating around and wityh QUIDCO or TCB it makes it very reasonable.
#12
Looking for a 32 inch 1080 p with freeview hd what's going to be the cheapest price ?
#13
Mcdaid
Looking for a 32 inch 1080 p with freeview hd what's going to be the cheapest price ?


I'd be surprised if you find cheaper than this, £315 from Amazon, fair bit more than this set obviously but its the cheaper I've seen 1080p and FreeviewHD plus its a tosh so a good known brand
#14
The whole 720p vs 1080p agrument for this 32 telly is silly, what matters when buying an LCD is Contrast ratio, how well can it handle fast moving action, does is judder when whatching a big sweeping camera movement. If you compare this 32 telly to a good 720p pansonic telly the panasonic will beat it hands down. I watch blu rays on my 720p panasonic and they look great no judder and a crystal clear deep contrast picure good sound. So dont worry about 720p but worry about everything else.
#15
Nobull
Mcdaid
Looking for a 32 inch 1080 p with freeview hd what's going to be the cheapest price ?
I'd be surprised if you find cheaper than this, £315 from Amazon, fair bit more than this set obviously but its the cheaper I've seen 1080p and FreeviewHD plus its a tosh so a good known brand

Isis 32" LCD Full HD 1080p TV

ISI-32-900-TVB1080PU

£249.99
This also from best buy but no money off.

Edited By: neale931 on Dec 20, 2010 11:48
#16
neale931
Nobull
[quote=Mcdaid] Looking for a 32 inch 1080 p with freeview hd what's going to be the cheapest price ?


Isis 32" LCD Full HD 1080p TV

ISI-32-900-TVB1080PU

£249.99
This also from best buy but no money off.


Not Freeview HD
#17
Does not include 15% quidco discount just 5%. All in all a good deal for an unbranded 32 inch LCD. Total would be about 190 for this TV.
#18
War
Does not include 15% quidco discount just 5%. All in all a good deal for an unbranded 32 inch LCD. Total would be about 190 for this TV.

Tracked payment with best But @ 14.89%
£25.31 from Best Buy
tracked on 20 Dec 10
#19
neale931
War
Does not include 15% quidco discount just 5%. All in all a good deal for an unbranded 32 inch LCD. Total would be about 190 for this TV.


Tracked payment with best But @ 14.89%
£25.31 from Best Buy
tracked on 20 Dec 10


Quidco for best buy has gone down to 5% now.


I guess I'm unusual, but I bought this TV last week not to use as a PC monitor, or a games console display, or to get a blu-ray hi-def surround sound cinematic experience, but shockingly just to watch freeview TV at a distance in the bedroom. Guess what, it's perfectly fit for purpose. Hope this doesn't offend.
#20
Quid co has finally validated.

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