Luxor 32" HD Ready TV With Built-In FreeView - £199 @ Asda Direct (Online & Instore) - HotUKDeals
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Luxor 32" HD Ready TV.


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looks like ony 720p model available

Our lowest cost 32ins LCD TV comes packed with features! Widescreen Aspect Ratio. Digital TV tuner built-in, receive digital TV and radio, no additional box required. HD Ready. High resolution pixel density with built-in image scaler to handle inputs from a variety of digital and analogue audio/video source. Wall mountable. This TV is not supplied with an HDMI cable or a scart cable. If you wish to connect a blu-ray player, an HDMI DVD player or an HDMI home theatre system, we recommend the Asda Gold Plated HDMI Lead. Other devices can be connected using scart lead like our Asda 1.5m Gold Plated Scart Lead. Both cables are gold plated for outstanding signal transfer. And remember you only pay 1 delivery charge - no matter how many products you order!
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#1
http://i960.photobucket.com/albums/ae88/user20100130/IMG00165-20110322-2045.jpg

Edited By: StevenA2000_uk on Mar 23, 2011 19:37: .
#2
Wait for someone to point out it's only a Vestel product !
#3
Regardless of brand, a 32" TV for £199, is nothing short of amazing value for money.

Yes, there are plenty of better spec TV's out there, but then again, they're also more expensive, so this will be very tempting I'm sure to those with a budget for maybe a 26" TV, who can now buy a 32" for the same money. heat added.
#4
luxor are hitachi products rebadged i bought a luxor 27inch lcd tv and it had hitachi uks customer service number in the box and had hitachi book inside ..great tv
#5
Wow. First time I have come across this brand for over 10yrs.

My Luxor TV is still alive and kicking. Bought it from Sainsbury's a very long time ago.

OK, Yep. It's a fat TV but not going to change it until it dies :D
2 Likes #6
COMARANTZ
Wait for someone to point out it's only a Vestel product !


Haven't looked at the pic of the TV been distracted by Steve's avatar, heat added for that alone :D


Edited By: simplyjimbo on Mar 23, 2011 19:35
#7
Yup, its not a mega famous brand and the panel wont respond at whatever time and whites may not be as white as white can be but friking hell; £200 for a 32 inch tv! You cant really go wrong at that price.

This should get amazingly hot but the AV aficionados/brand snobs will prevent that from happening.

HOT!
#8
could this be nationwide?
#9
heat added been waiting for this price point, shouldnt be long before the larger tv's hit 300
1 Like #10
http://direct.asda.com/Luxor-32ins-LCD-TV---Full-1080P-HD---Digital/000507129,default,pd.html
100,000:1 contrast ratio (especially good for this price) - 2 hdmi sockets is ok too. Argos are doing a good value for money 40" for £250, my mum ended up buying one and I was surprised by the features (usb record for timeshifting, divx playback).

Edited By: andyxl987 on Mar 23, 2011 20:23
#11
have you a link for the argos one at 250 i cant find it, thanks
andyxl987
http://direct.asda.com/Luxor-32ins-LCD-TV---Full-1080P-HD---Digital/000507129,default,pd.html
100,000:1 contrast ratio (especially good for this price) - 2 hdmi sockets is ok too. Argos are doing a good value for money 40" for £250, my mum ended up buying one and I was surprised by the features (usb record for timeshifting, divx playback).
#12
The link for the Argos one is: http://www.argos.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Search?storeId=10001&catalogId=1500002701&langId=-1&searchTerms=5294512
I still think this is a very good deal, especially for a small room, I'm quite tempted by one for my bedroom.

Edited By: andyxl987 on Mar 23, 2011 20:49
#13
Can someone confirm if I can connect my PC's VGA input to this. I do not intend to use it as TV but as a monitor for the desktop - I only use it to watch iplayer and 4oD
#14
'Argos are doing a good value for money 40" for £250'

Where was that as I can't find anything on the Argos Website
#15
It's a Vestel!
#16
reddit
'Argos are doing a good value for money 40" for £250'

Where was that as I can't find anything on the Argos Website


here is the deal from when it was posted, stocks seem to be non existent or low

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/evotel-40-full-hd-1080p-lcd-tv-249-99-reserve-collect-argos/878110/?page=3#post10901311
#17
no stock anywhere near me gutted i missed this one thanks anyway been after a big cheap screen for wii no need for hi spec
andyxl987
The link for the Argos one is:[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fwebapp%2Fwcs%2Fstores%2Fservlet%2FSearch%3FstoreId%3D10001%26catalogId%3D1500002701%26langId%3D-1%26searchTerms%3D5294512] http://www.argos.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Search?storeId=10001&catalogId=1500002701&langId=-1&searchTerms=5294512[/url]
I still think this is a very good deal, especially for a small room, I'm quite tempted by one for my bedroom.
2 Likes #18
Pic of boxed tv or Steve's avatar erm....... me still prefer Steve's avatar
1 Like #19
Valid point, heat em up boys!!!
simplyjimbo
COMARANTZ
Wait for someone to point out it's only a Vestel product !


Haven't looked at the pic of the TV been distracted by Steve's avatar, heat added for that alone :D

#20
ordered to see how it actually is as a spare in the conservatory - attach a 5 year extended warranty the current account, £200...cant argue

will get back to you guys if its crap lol
#21
Voted hot. But I've been looking for a 32" TV for a few months (need slim LED edgelit due to location) and have noticed a couple of second tier branded 32" TV's around the £200 mark. Infact there have been a few first tier brand 32" sets in the £225-£250 range. I'm simply sharing my experience as if you haven't been looking at prices in the last couple of months, this may seem like and unmissable deal, rather then a very good one.
#22
Does anyone who has one of these know if it will display a 1:1 1920x1080 image through HDMI (i.e. without overscan) and what the maximum resolution through the PC input is?
1 Like #23
Hot based purely on the OPs avatar

oh ps

It's a Vestel!!!!

:D
#24
Who has changed this from LODOS to LUXOR ??
#25
Don't forget to check the box if anyone decides to get one instore - I was only able to see the 720P version on sale (at the same price) when I looked.
#26
Has anyone tried one of these with a 360/PS3 or Blu-ray yet?
Does it display 1080P at 1:1 pixel without overscan over HDMI?
Most cheaper TVs tend to overscan.
#27
mines being delivered as we speak, should be able to pick it up soon, will get back to you guys on this one....end of the day, can always return
#28
waxxy
luxor are hitachi products rebadged i bought a luxor 27inch lcd tv and it had hitachi uks customer service number in the box and had hitachi book inside ..great tv



That will be because Hitachi do not actually make TV's, they are just re-branded Vestel products and generally of poor quality.
#29
The 1080p version is ONLY available online, the ones instore are 720p, which is a bit of a ****, otherwise I'd have snapped one up for 180 nicker using discount code *Staff_Discount_10%* ;)
#30
Just checked the asda site to see if this was still in stock and noticed that the full HD description has been replaced with HD ready 1366 x 768 so either the full HD model has sold out or they mis-described it and it was never available. Hope anyone that ordered gets the full HD set. I had not so will have to look elsewhere now.:(

Edited By: Ancient on Mar 27, 2011 03:01
1 Like #31
Mine has been delivered and is the exactly same box as instore. After setting it up and seeing the menu, it does still seem to show 1080P sources (see image below). As for overscan, it does by default but there is the "HDMI PC Input" option on the TV which allows it to switch the overscan off.

http://i56.tinypic.com/dmwnkh.jpg

Obviously if you plan to use it with your PC then you may need to play around with your graphics card settings as well as some others as well, but you'd usually need to do that with a new TV/monitor anyway.

I've yet to try mine out properly, but if I decide it's not suitable for me, then as eddiewa says, it can always be returned.

EDIT: It's not perfect, but it'll do for me. :)

As a side-note, it also includes a USB port and "Media Browser" menu option, though I have no idea what it supports as I haven't used it.


Edited By: Mattitude on Mar 28, 2011 16:13: Update

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