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Just seen this on TV, looks a great deal for a moderately spec'd TV.

Yeah, it's not really JVC, but for the price, what's it matter? Looks very UMC to me.

For a TV capable of meeting your everyday needs, consider the JVC LT-32C360 32" LED TV.

HD Ready

The 32" screen offers a 1366 x 768 HD resolution for enjoyable visual quality. With a clear LED screen providing a brighter display and good contrast levels, you can watch your favourite TV shows and films without straining your eyes.

To enhance the audio, the LT-32C360 also features DTS Trusurround to ensure your ears are as entertained as your eyes.

Freeview

Featuring a built in Freeview tuner, the 32C360 offers you full access to over 60 digital channels and over 25 radio stations, enhancing your entertainment options and offering you the opportunity to discover new shows.

Connections

With plenty of connection options available, the C360 is a versatile addition to your entertainment setup. It boasts three HDMI connections (one of which is ARC compatible) as well as SCART and SVGA inputs to allow you to connect the TV to a PC or laptop.

There is also a USB 2.0 port, offering you the opportunity to record and playback live TV using a USB storage device (sold separately).

Capable of being wall mounted (kit sold separately) and offering quality entertainment options, the JVC LT-32C360 32" LED TV is an ideal choice for those seeking simple entertainment.
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They still make HD Ready TVs? Only the fact they they ever made them surprises me more.

Edited By: friar_chris on Jul 08, 2016 19:36
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FFS it's a 32inch tv for 120 quid.

Perfect for those who watch TV instead of those who complain about black levels.

HOT!

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#1
And the 50inch smart is on offer for £299
1 Like #2
scotta69
And the 50inch smart is on offer for £299

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/jvc-lt-50c750-smart-50-led-tv-299-296-01-with-1-quidco-currys-2477092

Edited By: Tommy_K on Jul 08, 2016 20:17: .
9 Likes #3
They still make HD Ready TVs? Only the fact they they ever made them surprises me more.

Edited By: friar_chris on Jul 08, 2016 19:36
1 Like #4
OP please delete the bit about Sandstrom cables, £59.99 for an HDMI cable! half the price of the TV!


Edited By: haritori on Jul 08, 2016 19:37
1 Like #5
scotta69
And the 50inch smart is on offer for £299
not even 4k though
4 Likes #6
haritori
OP please delete the bit about Sandstrom cables, £59.99 for an HDMI cable! half the price of the TV!

Your wish is my command.
#7
a bargain if this is a good reliable vestel, just like having a 4k if we proportion to a 65" 4k tv

Edited By: miaomiaobaubau on Jul 08, 2016 19:44
#8
miaomiaobaubau
a bargain if this is a good reliable vestel

Looks more like UMC to me, but still a great budget TV.

UMC are behind all of the Sharp TVs we see these days.
#9
TheUrbis
miaomiaobaubau
a bargain if this is a good reliable vestel
Looks more like UMC to me, but still a great budget TV.
UMC are behind all of the Sharp TVs we see these days.
UMC are vestel
#10
miaomiaobaubau
TheUrbis
miaomiaobaubau
a bargain if this is a good reliable vestel
Looks more like UMC to me, but still a great budget TV.
UMC are behind all of the Sharp TVs we see these days.
UMC are vestel
I don't think they are connected in any real way, UMC are a Slovakian TV maker, Vestel is Turkish, the common theme they share is that they make many TV's under other well known brands..... and they're both budget models makers.

http://products.umc-slovakia.sk/about-umc/
http://vestelinternational.com/en/corporate/vestel-group/


Edited By: spannerzone on Jul 08, 2016 19:56
1 Like #11
miaomiaobaubau
TheUrbis
miaomiaobaubau
a bargain if this is a good reliable vestel
Looks more like UMC to me, but still a great budget TV.
UMC are behind all of the Sharp TVs we see these days.
UMC are vestel

No they aren't?
#12
spannerzone
miaomiaobaubau
TheUrbis
miaomiaobaubau
a bargain if this is a good reliable vestel
Looks more like UMC to me, but still a great budget TV.
UMC are behind all of the Sharp TVs we see these days.
UMC are vestel
I don't think they are, UMC are a Slovakian TV maker, Vestel is Turkish, the common theme they share is that they make many TV's under other well known brands.
got confused I think, blaupunkt is made by same people, got 2 of these 32" with passive 3d. There are amazing but never liked the unstylish model of the one I got.
#13
miaomiaobaubau
got confused I think, blaupunkt is made by same people, got 2 of these 32" with passive 3d. There are amazing but never liked the unstylish model of the one I got.
Yeah that's right, Blaupunkt and Sharp are made by UMC, it's hard to keep up with who makes what nowadays!
#14
will this be better than tesco blaupunkt everyone was fighting over the other xmas
#15
shadey12
will this be better than tesco blaupunkt everyone was fighting over the other xmas
tell us the model and make please
#16
What ever you say don't use the word emerging, lol. Good luck to Japanese Victory Company
1 Like #17
magicalex9
What ever you say don't use the word emerging, lol. Good luck to Japanese Victory Company

Victor, not Victory
3 Likes #18
HD ready? what is this 2006
1 Like #19
Justsuperman
HD ready? what is this 2006

I'll check your deals for what you've found at the same price.
#20
any idea what the best 32" TV on the market is? I can't fit anything larger in my bedroom
#21
MonkeyG0D
any idea what the best 32" TV on the market is? I can't fit anything larger in my bedroom


I bought a 32" technica from Tesco. It's the same panel as the JVC and UMC and Blackpunt. Just needed to tweek the picture settings slightly
#22
miaomiaobaubau
TheUrbis
miaomiaobaubau
a bargain if this is a good reliable vestel
Looks more like UMC to me, but still a great budget TV.
UMC are behind all of the Sharp TVs we see these days.
UMC are vestel


miaomiaobaubau
TheUrbis
miaomiaobaubau
a bargain if this is a good reliable vestel
Looks more like UMC to me, but still a great budget TV.
UMC are behind all of the Sharp TVs we see these days.
UMC are vestel

Yeah, I heard Slovakia is planning to invade Turkey real soon.
1 Like #23
TheUrbis
Justsuperman
HD ready? what is this 2006

I'll check your deals for what you've found at the same price.


It's an awful deal in my opinion HD ready in 2016 is just poor for whatever price... Every TV should be at least 1080p now as standard 4K is what people should be buying 2017 onwards.
2 Likes #24
The tuner is not a high definition tuner therefore it is not capable of receiving the full Freeview service. it may be cheap but it is also obsolete and within a few years will need a set top to get the full range of channels.
1 Like #25
jhd1995
MonkeyG0D
any idea what the best 32" TV on the market is? I can't fit anything larger in my bedroom
I bought a 32" technica from Tesco. It's the same panel as the JVC and UMC and Blackpunt. Just needed to tweek the picture settings slightly
oO
2 Likes #26
Justsuperman
TheUrbis
Justsuperman
HD ready? what is this 2006
I'll check your deals for what you've found at the same price.
It's an awful deal in my opinion HD ready in 2016 is just poor for whatever price... Every TV should be at least 1080p now as standard 4K is what people should be buying 2017 onwards.

Just because it's not suitable for you doesn't make it a poor deal.

I know a lot of people that watch nothing other than DVDs and standard DVB-T, what use would a higher resolution panel be for them?

It's an LED TV for less than half the price that 32" CRTs ever got to!
#27
if anyone is interested, it says made in China on the box
1 Like #28
shadey12
if anyone is interested, it says made in China on the box
I would be very surprised to find anything else written nowdays
#29
shadey12
if anyone is interested, it says made in China on the box

Bit of a strange one this, Googled the part number and found reference to Haier, doesn't look like the typical Haier chassis though.
#30
miaomiaobaubau
shadey12
if anyone is interested, it says made in China on the box
I would be very surprised to find anything else written nowdays


​as above turkey Slovakia, the seiki ones say assembled in the UK with a union flag
1 Like #31
TheBlueWhale
The tuner is not a high definition tuner therefore it is not capable of receiving the full Freeview service. it may be cheap but it is also obsolete and within a few years will need a set top to get the full range of channels.
I guess that's not a problem if you have Freesat, Sky, BT, Virgin etc.
1 Like #32
the sound is terrible, that's caravan style tv- cheap for short use
#33
Getting pretty Hot though!
2 Likes #34
Heat. Bargain price :P to the telly snobs. Seriously, it's just a TV! Get outside once in a while.
#35
mikki777
the sound is terrible, that's caravan style tv- cheap for short use


​watching and listening now. seems fine to me.
8 Likes #36
FFS it's a 32inch tv for 120 quid.

Perfect for those who watch TV instead of those who complain about black levels.

HOT!
2 Likes #37
Justsuperman
HD ready? what is this 2006

Its a Joovca LuccadaTivv that is ready for the Huddd
#38
Doovde!
#39
It's HOOOT from me. £119 for a 32" tv now that's a bargain
3 Likes #40
Justsuperman
TheUrbis
Justsuperman
HD ready? what is this 2006
I'll check your deals for what you've found at the same price.
It's an awful deal in my opinion HD ready in 2016 is just poor for whatever price... Every TV should be at least 1080p now as standard 4K is what people should be buying 2017 onwards.
friar_chris
They still make HD Ready TVs? Only the fact they they ever made them surprises me more.

What a silly comment, technology improves over time just as people don't know the term "HD" is a marketing gimmick, you had "HD" monitors in the 90s even in the 80s pcs were sold as "high definintion" as the term changes over time.

I still see people use things like dvds or even the ones that do use HD its 720p like NOWtv, Sky people just assume something connected to a hdtv is automatically HD.

People are basically sheep, I got a HD tv in 2005 and everyone was telling me its not worth it to upgrade as they can't see a difference in fact most people I saw were using composite rather than rgb scart and theres even a few people do that nowadays with hdtvs.

Nowadays people complain that their phone is isnt 1080p

You sound like the generic consumer i.e a sheep who believes everything they are told about the latest tech making anything else useless.

Still rocking my 50 year old speakers here that make any sound bar I hear sound awful, using my crt for a main tv as everything looks great on it and it has built in 5.1 that is so good even at very low volume my neighbours hear it.

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