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JVC LT-32C360 32" LED TV for £119.00 delivered at Currys

£119.00 @ Currys
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 s… Read More
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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).

Don't forget your HDMI cables

Check out our range of HDMI cables to connect your input devices and to make sure your new TV has a perfect picture with improved transfer speeds.

Look out for the Sandstrom Silver Series HDMI cables with their lifetime warranty.

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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1nsomniac
Very cold seeing how its a 32" 720p TV. When you have the current deals going around for much better TV's that are also cheaper at the same time.
Be a sport, link some up then. Ta :)

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1 Like #1
How can anyone produce a TV in 2016 without freeview HD, must cost them more not to include HD. Bonkers...
#2
£159.99 not £119.99 when you take deal
#3
I got it at 119.00 great wee TV!
[mod]#4
Brox1977
£159.99 not £119.99 when you take deal

Dropped again :)
#5
Offer is on again for today only, just been and got one for the Granddaughter for xmas

http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/jvc-lt-32c360-32-led-tv-10141339-pdt.html
1 Like #6
720p not 1080p cold
#7
I think this will replace my mums knackered old 26" Sony very nicely, she only use a Firestick for iPlayer really, plus through work I can get a £100 voucher for £92, knocks a bit more off the price.
Thanks OP
#8
I got this for £129 a few weeks back. Use it for connecting my pc for indoor cycle training over winter so quite happy with it being just 720.

Its a good piece of kit to be honest and if you want it as a spare / kitchen / kids use imho its well worth the money. Voted hot as I am not expecting anytjing flash for this price and JVC are a decent brand
1 Like #9
bro631
720p not 1080p cold

Small TV. 1080p not visible with 20/20 vision unless you're within six feet of the screen.

Lack of Freeview HD is the problem here, not the 768p resolution
#10
jig2480
I got this for £129 a few weeks back. Use it for connecting my pc for indoor cycle training over winter so quite happy with it being just 720.
Its a good piece of kit to be honest and if you want it as a spare / kitchen / kids use imho its well worth the money. Voted hot as I am not expecting anytjing flash for this price and JVC are a decent brand

Is this really proper JVC or just a rebrand do you think?
4 Likes #11
dudedude

Small TV. 1080p not visible with 20/20 vision unless you're within six feet of the screen.
Lack of Freeview HD is the problem here, not the 768p resolution

Your wrong. The vast majority of people have eyesight at least as good as Superman, and can see the extra pixels on a 32" 4k TV from the tumble dryers in a Curry's superstore.
2 Likes #12
jewelie
jig2480
I got this for £129 a few weeks back. Use it for connecting my pc for indoor cycle training over winter so quite happy with it being just 720.
Its a good piece of kit to be honest and if you want it as a spare / kitchen / kids use imho its well worth the money. Voted hot as I am not expecting anytjing flash for this price and JVC are a decent brand
Is this really proper JVC or just a rebrand do you think?
JVC don't manufacture TVs, whether it used to be a decent brand is irrelevant. This might be a fantastic TV though nothing about it suggests reliability is likely.
#13
I like the coloured swoosh on the screen. Is it permenant or does it fade away and show the tv shows when you turn it on?
#14
Very cold seeing how its a 32" 720p TV. When you have the current deals going around for much better TV's that are also cheaper at the same time.
1 Like #15
jewelie
jig2480
I got this for £129 a few weeks back. Use it for connecting my pc for indoor cycle training over winter so quite happy with it being just 720.
Its a good piece of kit to be honest and if you want it as a spare / kitchen / kids use imho its well worth the money. Voted hot as I am not expecting anytjing flash for this price and JVC are a decent brand
Is this really proper JVC or just a rebrand do you think?

Its most likely a Vestel inside, they are OK, built to a price and as a spare tv they are fine. We've last years model in the kitchen, no its not a fantastic set, but for being on as I cook, or watching news as we eat its fine..
Speakers could be louder but fitted with a NowTV/Kodi Box / Fire stick it a find as spare TV.
5 Likes #16
1nsomniac
Very cold seeing how its a 32" 720p TV. When you have the current deals going around for much better TV's that are also cheaper at the same time.
Be a sport, link some up then. Ta :)
1 Like #17
Do not be fooled by the brand. Its Curry's own brand with a JVC badge on
1 Like #18
Last time i've seen this resolution it was on my CRT monitor in 1998.
4 Likes #19
BenderRodriguez
Last time i've seen this resolution it was on my CRT monitor in 1998.


must be nice living in a bubble
3 Likes #20
bro631
720p not 1080p cold

What do you want ?? Heavens on Earth ?
32'' 720p at this price and you're still not satisfied ???
2 Likes #21
disgraceUK
1nsomniac
Very cold seeing how its a 32" 720p TV. When you have the current deals going around for much better TV's that are also cheaper at the same time.
Be a sport, link some up then. Ta :)
Yes please do, I just had a quick search around and I couldn't find any cheaper!
#22
Any idea please which would be the better buy, this one or the Blaupunkt below? Looking for a budget replacement for my dying 9-year-old Philips, aware these may not be fantastic but really just need something I can hook up to PC for iPlayer etc. Thoughts would be appreciated :)

http://www.tesco.com/direct/blaupunkt-32-1480-hd-ready-32-inch-led-tv-with-freeview-hd/373-1879.prd?skuId=373-1879
#23
amethystl
Any idea please which would be the better buy, this one or the Blaupunkt below? Looking for a budget replacement for my dying 9-year-old Philips, aware these may not be fantastic but really just need something I can hook up to PC for iPlayer etc. Thoughts would be appreciated :)http://www.tesco.com/direct/blaupunkt-32-1480-hd-ready-32-inch-led-tv-with-freeview-hd/373-1879.prd?skuId=373-1879
My sister has that set from Tesco,sound is lacking (as they all do) but apart from that, nothing wrong with it. A perfectly capable set
2 Likes #24
BenderRodriguez
Last time i've seen this resolution it was on my CRT monitor in 1998.

That would be a 480p TV then? (if I'm not mistake ..... )

Lol.
#25
disgraceUK
amethystl
Any idea please which would be the better buy, this one or the Blaupunkt below? Looking for a budget replacement for my dying 9-year-old Philips, aware these may not be fantastic but really just need something I can hook up to PC for iPlayer etc. Thoughts would be appreciated :)http://www.tesco.com/direct/blaupunkt-32-1480-hd-ready-32-inch-led-tv-with-freeview-hd/373-1879.prd?skuId=373-1879
My sister has that set from Tesco,sound is lacking (as they all do) but apart from that, nothing wrong with it. A perfectly capable set
Blaupunkt is another rebadge from UMC(I think) and has Freeview HD which the JVC does not (according to Currys). Tesco are also likely to be more aware of their obligations under the Consumer Act(SoGA replacement). UMC and Vestel are of similar build quality and fail regularly which makes repair tutorials and spares easily available (not that people repair cheap TVs anymore). ;)

Edited By: damadgeruk on Dec 03, 2016 22:35
#26
kayceelondon
bro631
720p not 1080p cold
What do you want ?? Heavens on Earth ?
32'' 720p at this price and you're still not satisfied ???
Mate it's 2016 not 2011 720p not good enough

Edited By: bro631 on Dec 03, 2016 23:42
#27
amour3k
BenderRodriguez
Last time i've seen this resolution it was on my CRT monitor in 1998.
That would be a 480p TV then? (if I'm not mistake ..... )
Lol.


1280x1024 to be precise. :)
#28
JVC =junk video Castle
#29
bro631
kayceelondon
bro631
720p not 1080p cold
What do you want ?? Heavens on Earth ?
32'' 720p at this price and you're still not satisfied ???
Mate it's 2016 not 2011 720p not good enough
For not much more than £100 it's plenty good enough for a lot of people.
2 Likes #30
EportJake
dudedude

Small TV. 1080p not visible with 20/20 vision unless you're within six feet of the screen.
Lack of Freeview HD is the problem here, not the 768p resolution
Your wrong.
*You're :p
1 Like #31
jewelie
[quote=jig2480] I got this for £129 a few weeks back. Use it for connecting my pc for indoor cycle training over winter so quite happy with it being just 720.
Its a good piece of kit to be honest and if you want it as a spare / kitchen / kids use imho its well worth the money. Voted hot as I am not expecting anytjing flash for this price and JVC are a decent brand
rebadge.
JVC no loger makes TVs,at least not for Europe market.same applies to Sharp,Hitachi,Sanyo,even Toshiba.and a few others.




Edited By: Tequila on Dec 04, 2016 04:48
#32
damadgeruk
UMC and Vestel are of similar build quality and fail regularly which makes repair tutorials and spares easily available (not that people repair cheap TVs anymore). ;)

To be fair Vestel or UMC build to the price level asked of them, If you were to go to them and specify top end components they would build you a set from the best quality components.

The issue isn't the brand name on the front, its being built to a cost, any makers budget models will have lower grade components inside, even if they are made in house rather than farmed out, there are reports the budget end Panasonics, Philips and Toshiba were Vestel made.
#33
Well whoever makesit for £120 its more then good enough for a spare room or use in the garage to hook up to my bike trainer like I have :)
#34
Altough its back to £159 today......until the next time!
2 Likes #35
bro631
kayceelondon
bro631
720p not 1080p cold
What do you want ?? Heavens on Earth ?
32'' 720p at this price and you're still not satisfied ???
Mate it's 2016 not 2011 720p not good enough

I remember my dad paying £600 for a Sony wide-screen 32 inch CRT TV back in the early noughties. It weighed just under 60kg and I remember helping my dad carry it up to our second floor flat. Unfortunately my dad slipped a disk after this and was in physio for months afterwards. Said TV could display 480 lines and had a power draw of almost 200W.

Let's just be thankful for the march of technology, lower prices etc and the fact that we now have the luxury of debating whether a 720p TV with a 32inch screen, weighing a few kilos, probably having a power draw under 50w, and not taking up half the area of our receptions is good value at £120 quid.

Heated.
#36
dudedude
bro631
720p not 1080p cold
Small TV. 1080p not visible with 20/20 vision unless you're within six feet of the screen.
Lack of Freeview HD is the problem here, not the 768p resolution
urm... i can tell the difference between 720p and 1080p on my 15" laptop screen when im 6ft away.... hell i can tell the difference between 720p and 1080p on a phone thats less than arms length away...
#37
Just picked one up for my sons xbox - actually paid £107 at the til as they gave me an extra 10% off for today only! Think it's a great deal for a 32" TV.
#38
Showing £159.99 for me, with a code for 10% off :(
#39
A relative bought one from Curry's sometime ago. The sound and picture quality is very poor, no matter have much you try to adjust it manually. It's the old adage you get what you pay for. Only suitable for a child's bedroom.
#40
Not the best make for TVs.

The spec is nothing to write home about.

Warmth given for price nonetheless.

I'll get my coat..

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