Medion 19" TV & DVD. 3 Year warranty! £139.99 at Aldi from Sunday 9 May. - HotUKDeals
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Very competitive price and the 3 year warranty makes it a great deal. Cheaper than the Tesco 'Technika' equivalent with only 1 year warranty.

Medion may not be a premium brand but their stuff usually gets good reviews.

Good spec including HDMI.
If I understand the spec correctly it will also record and playback via USB:

With integrated Freeview Tuner
HDMI interface with HDCP decoding
Card reader for SD/MMC memory cards and memory sticks
JPEG and MP3 Playback via USB
PVR ready for recording Freeview channels through USB
200 programme storage locations
Automatic programme search
Electronic programme guide
Teletext
Multi-lingual on screen display
Sleep timer
Low power stand-by
Remote control (batteries included)
VESA standard (75 x 75mm)
Dimensions: 460 x 205 x 380mm (includes detachable stand)
USB recording device not included
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Cold voter(s) please explain!

Ah, 4pm, school's out!
#2
Looks good :thumbsup:

There's a lot more information if you click through to the "more details" page from the goto deal link.

As you say the 3 year warranty and USB PVR feature give it an edge over the competition - but from the looks of it it won't play divx etc. from the USB; although the DVD will; no mention of the DVD being region free or multi-region so I guess we can assume it's region 2.
#3
I got a 22inch dvd combi with free view for £150 at Tesco the other day
#4
davenkim
I got a 22inch dvd combi with free view for £150 at Tesco the other day


did you post it on here?
#5
davenkim
I got a 22inch dvd combi with free view for £150 at Tesco the other day

Yes, that's OK too but 1 year warranty and I don't think it has USB record? Another 2 years warranty is fairly expensive at Tesco.

People on HUKD are concerned about reliability of non-premium brand TVs; probably without foundation but the 3 year warranty is a major reassurance.
#6
Well you have a 5 year "warranty" with the sale of goods act keeping you covered on all goods. :-D
#7
Droid
Well you have a 5 year "warranty" with the sale of goods act keeping you covered on all goods. :-D

Isn't it six years? A bit more difficult to draw on than a manufacturer warranty though.
#8
Yes it does look a good deal.
Thou be warned that ALdi's never refund my broken pc i bought from them many years ago. They sent it back for repair with medion. Took frigin ages, and when I got it back, it was knackered again. To vut it short it took me over 3months to finalze it all. End up with no pc. I eventually got my money back, - the intrested those fuxers had out of it.
#9
Besford
Isn't it six years? A bit more difficult to draw on than a manufacturer warranty though.


Yup you're right it's 6, I hit the wrong key. I don't know, some of these companies make you jump through hoops for a valid claim anyway.
#10
Great deal reminds me of my old Samsung SM941MW great little tv. So for the price and the features especially as a pc monitor as well its a great deal. Heat and rep added
#11
spurs142
Great deal reminds me of my old Samsung SM941MW great little tv. So for the price and the features especially as a pc monitor as well its a great deal. Heat and rep added


I am thinking of getting one to serve as a monitor for my second pc in my bedroom. Can any one advise what refreash rate you can get out of this I am running a ATI 9800 graphics card?.
#12
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Isn't it six years? A bit more difficult to draw on than a manufacturer warranty though.

Lets not get confused!!! in English Law you have a limit of 6 years to bring a case before the courts.
And to quote from a judgement in a case sometime ago, concerning a washing machine, the judge asked is it reasonable for someone to spend several hundreds of pounds on a washing machine and for it to only have a 10 year service life. he did not think so.
I feel that if people take the time to read the Sales of Goods Act etc. they will find it not only an eye opener, but also confirm that most retailers flout the law.
#13
All of this is true (though not widely known), but there is a massive difference between claiming on a manufacturer warranty (your legal rights are not.......) and pursuing a case through the courts on a £140 TV. There is also case law out there (eg on cars) which has effectively put limits on claims.

I did have to cite Sale of Goods Act when pursuing a claim at Aldi but in the end it was ignorance on the part of shop staff and Head Office were brilliant once they got involved. I think they'll point you towards the manufacturer but they will accept that your contract is with the retailer if that is not convenient.

All in all I'd rather have an included 3 year warranty than have to persue my SoG Act rights.
#14
Besford, I agree 100% and that is what most retailers hope for.
The time limitation you refer to applies to new cars, from memory the case in question that caused the president was a nissan car which had had major engine failure, and the time limit is now only 10 days for cars.
Robert
#15
anyone got one of these yet? or is it the first time they have sold it? I am interested if it will play divx from the usb if anyone knows for sure? thanks
#16
got one this morning play`s divx from usb and dvd its got 2 usb`s on it 1 onthe dvd side and 1 whith the hdmi and scart .
#17
Saw the 19" freeview/dvd built in tv this morning in Tesco....was £150.00 now £130.00...just thought i'd mention :)
#18
Got this TV this morning, seems OK. Can't program the sky + remote control though as struggling to find a correct code. Anyone else had any luck?
#19
got tv this morning, 5 star tv for the money.:thumbsup:
#20
Got one this morning and I have to say, it is outstanding value for money. It even has 3 games built-in, one of which is Tetris!! I also found a 'Hotel Mode' which forces certain inputs and volume levels. The password is 0000 if you want to access it. Might be handy if you run a B&B.

Tried the in-built TimeShift recording (ie. pause live TV and record programmes from the EPG) with a little 8GB memory stick and that worked fine, as long as it's formatted FAT/FAT32.

Only downside is that the sound speakers are really tinny, even if you whack the bass fully up and my Logitech Harmony doesn't recognise it. I'll probably spend tonight then learning those remote commands.
#21
bostonbadgirl
Saw the 19" freeview/dvd built in tv this morning in Tesco....was £150.00 now £130.00...just thought i'd mention :)

Presumably not the one with USB record?

I got the Medion one today. No time to try it yet but I am concerned that it seems very heavy for hanging on a plasterboard wall.
#22
Hi got one yesterday, plays films through the usb port ,great second tv does everything and has connections for everything also time shift etc.:thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
#23
bostonbadgirl
Saw the 19" freeview/dvd built in tv this morning in Tesco....was £150.00 now £130.00...just thought i'd mention :)

Checked today and the one reduced to £130 in my store is 15.6" screen.
#24
Can any of you that bought one confirm whether the DVD player is multiregion?

If it isn't are there any codes out there to make it multi region?

Cheers

SJ

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