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MIRAI DTL-632V200 32 LCD-TV - £305.86 @ Misco

£305.86 @ Misco
The 32" DTL-632V200 is a HD Ready, digitally approved LCD TV with HDMI connectivity and the ability to receive 720p and 1080i HD broadcasts. How better to ready yourself for the digital switchover tha… Read More
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The 32" DTL-632V200 is a HD Ready, digitally approved LCD TV with HDMI connectivity and the ability to receive 720p and 1080i HD broadcasts. How better to ready yourself for the digital switchover that to opt for this 32" model with 1366 x 768 resolution, 6.5ms response time and 1200:1 contrast? Image quality will exceed expectations with ChroMAX circuitry, a revolutionary new imaging technology guaranteeing realistic and detailed viewing of your favourite TV programmes and films.
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#1
£305.86 including delivery. Brilliant price for a brilliant TV!
#2
yep good price
#3
Thanks for the post. I've updated it to include the delivery charge, which we always try to show here. :)
#4
Quidco Available!
5% for sale (excluding VAT and delivery)
#5
Guys how does this compare to tbe AOC? AOC looks nicer but specs seem similar.
#7


These other 2 offers are not the same price, correct me if im wrong, but I suspect a £20-£40 delivery charge would be applied to the Mirai from Direct TVs bringing it in way above this deals price.

Also the AOC on Ebuyer does not have the same specs as the Mirai in this deal, They are not as good on the AOC, which can make a big difference to the quality and your enjoyment of watching tv or perhaps plugging in HD games consoles. The 2 main differences being a 8ms resonse time on the AOC compared to the 6.5ms response time on the Mirai, making the Mirai a better tv for gaming and watching fast moving images on, for example watching sport such as football. Also the AOCs contrast ratio is only 750 compared to the Mirai's 1200. Meaning the AOC is not as capable of producing a true dark black image or bright white image as good as the Mirai. The AOC may display blacks and whites that look more like a washed out grey colour due to it's lower contrast ratio.
[helper]#8
Technical specs on this look excellent for the price - the other thing to mention is the tv comes with a 3 year Mirai warranty (most sites charge about £70 to extend a tv warranty to 3 years)....

Been looking at LCD tvs the last couple of days and would buy this if it wasn't so ugly....
#9
sadsak
These other 2 offers are not the same price, correct me if im wrong, but I suspect a £20-£40 delivery charge would be applied to the Mirai from Direct TVs bringing it in way above this deals price.

Also the AOC on Ebuyer does not have the same specs as the Mirai in this deal, They are not as good on the AOC, which can make a big difference to the quality and your enjoyment of watching tv or perhaps plugging in HD games consoles. The 2 main differences being a 8ms resonse time on the AOC compared to the 6.5ms response time on the Mirai, making the Mirai a better tv for gaming and watching fast moving images on, for example watching sport such as football. Also the AOCs contrast ratio is only 750 compared to the Mirai's 1200. Meaning the AOC is not as capable of producing a true dark black image or bright white image as good as the Mirai. The AOC may display blacks and whites that look more like a washed out grey colour due to it's lower contrast ratio.
#10
You may be correct about the spec for the e buyer oner but delivery is free on both e buyer and direct tv so this TV is actually £5 less at Direct TV's !
banned#11
Brad
You may be correct about the spec for the e buyer oner but delivery is free on both e buyer and direct tv so this TV is actually £5 less at Direct TV's !


Can't find free delivery at Direct TV
#12
If i had choose between this tv and Hansspree xv 32, which tv would you guys suggest? The other tv which i am thinking about is samsung le32r87 which i can get for about £440 from dixons. how does these tvs compare to samsung?
#13
My son has had 2 of the 22" variety of this tv and has had the same problem with both sets where after a few hours use the screen goes black and wont turn back on:(
[helper]#14
rommy
If i had choose between this tv and Hansspree xv 32, which tv would you guys suggest? The other tv which i am thinking about is samsung le32r87 which i can get for about £440 from dixons. how does these tvs compare to samsung?


I've been doing a fair bit of reading this weekend on 32" lcd tvs since Saxo wetted my appetite with the non-existent sharp deal for £199!!

The av forums http://www.avforums.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=155 have plenty of feedback about the Hanspree. Most think the Hanns is okay but input using the Vga socket can be iffy. Mirai feedback appears to be good and the specs are slightly better than the Hanns (faster response time so in theory less blurring). Samsung feedback appears to be excellent.

If cost was not an issue I'd go for the Samsung. If it was my money I'd go for the Mirai especially as it comes with 3 year warranty (1 yr with the Hans and Sam) its a better spec than the Hans and £140 less than the Samsung.

I just have to decide if I can live with the looks of the Mirai which you can get for around £290 if you also include the quidco cashback....
#15
rommy
If i had choose between this tv and Hansspree xv 32, which tv would you guys suggest? The other tv which i am thinking about is samsung le32r87 which i can get for about £440 from dixons. how does these tvs compare to samsung?



I don't know about this TV, but my HannSpree is superb and better than my parents Panasonic.

Also,


How better to ready yourself for the digital switchover that to opt for this 32" model

"By getting one with digital built in" comes to mind.
#16
Bought this tv a couple of months ago purely for my ancient xbox. Sure, it cannot compare with my panny plasma but that's why it cost £500 less.

The picture through component is excellent.

Can't tell you what the actual tv picture is like as I don't yet have it connected to an external source.

Believe it or not I actually like the look of this thing, at least it's a little different.

Note to anyone who buys this tv - the factory settings are truly awful, first impressions can therefore be a little disapointing. Check out the settings posted by owners over on AV forums for a more than satisfactory picture.

From a personal perspective I am more than happy with my purchase (paid £335 at the time).
#17
rommy
If i had choose between this tv and Hansspree xv 32, which tv would you guys suggest? The other tv which i am thinking about is samsung le32r87 which i can get for about £440 from dixons. how does these tvs compare to samsung?

Hello, I went in John Lewis and had a good look at the samsung one in real life and like the design very much, so am thinking of getting one. The best price I can get from Dixsons is 458.72. I wonder how I could get it at 440? Also, any idea how long does it take for Dixsons to deliver (says 7 days on website)? All advice appreciated. Sunflower:thinking:
#18
sunflower
Hello, I went in John Lewis and had a good look at the samsung one in real life and like the design very much, so am thinking of getting one. The best price I can get from Dixsons is 458.72. I wonder how I could get it at 440? All advice appreciated. Sunflower:thinking:

By using egg card or Quidco.
#19
Got my one of this set through today (ordered on sunday and chose the cheap delivery) and for the money, its not bad.
It's not a patch on the Samsung that we bought earlier on in the year but for the money, what can you expect?

The reds are over-saturated though I have corrected this on our media centre directly in the nvidia drivers and it doesn't look so nice on up-scaled SD-TV but I'm still playing with the menus trying to get it just right.
The base isn't particularly stable either (once again I only have the more expensive Samsung to compare to) and allows the set to wobble slightly even with the four screws done up as tight as can go.

I shall be getting a wall mount for it however (takes standard VESA 100x100 and 200x100). It's however probably going to stick out some way due to the configuration of SCART, VGA and Component ports on the back, they are on their own raised section of the rear, pictures explain clearer than I mean.

If anyone wants it I can get some pictures taken, just let me know :)
banned#20
bio
Got my one of this set through today (ordered on sunday and chose the cheap delivery) and for the money, its not bad.
It's not a patch on the Samsung that we bought earlier on in the year but for the money, what can you expect?

The reds are over-saturated though I have corrected this on our media centre directly in the nvidia drivers and it doesn't look so nice on up-scaled SD-TV but I'm still playing with the menus trying to get it just right.
The base isn't particularly stable either (once again I only have the more expensive Samsung to compare to) and allows the set to wobble slightly even with the four screws done up as tight as can go.

I shall be getting a wall mount for it however (takes standard VESA 100x100 and 200x100). It's however probably going to stick out some way due to the configuration of SCART, VGA and Component ports on the back, they are on their own raised section of the rear, pictures explain clearer than I mean.

If anyone wants it I can get some pictures taken, just let me know :)


Some pictures would be good, particularly a shot of the rear and connection area.
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There's some pics for everyone.
I would post them in here but I decided to leave them pretty much full res (unless photobucket has downscaled them which is possible)

Note: It did not come with the VGA cable nor the 3.5mm -> 3.5mm jack cable for the audio from my media centre.
The small black box under the power button in one of the shots is the media centre remote receiver so you can ignore that too :)

Depth (excluding stand) for this set from front to back is 120mm (12cm) at the deepest point which may affect what wall mount you choose (if you get one) and is worth taking into consideration if space is tight.
I'm still working on getting the right colour settings as reds are still very "hot" but I'm almost there in terms of what I prefer to see it look like :)

Hope this helps.
If there is any other photos you want taken don't hesitate to ask, I'll try and help where I can. :-D
banned#22
Cheers bio, I also ordered on Sunday night at 10.40PM, CityLink attempted delivery today at 12 noon, however, I was out, coming back tomorrow, seems like a good service from misco. Your images have given me a good idea of where to put all the cables, etc.
#23
I'd also like to know as I'm dithering too!
#24
LE32R87 help needed.
Ive just bought this telly along with an upscaling Samsung dvd player & Im a little dissapointed to be honest.... It looks great with my 360, but normal telly and dvds through the upscaler arent all that (Im getting loads of juddery edges to things, it looks like a heat haze around the edge of fast moving things). Im using standard Sky+ connected with an S-video cable its not Sky HD so I know it wont ever be an amazing picture, but i was hoping it would be better than it is. The upscaling dvd is connected with an HDMI lead, but am i right in saying that this telly is only 720i ? Any advice would be appreaciated, especially if theres any set up help to get the best picture. Nige.
#25
Big_Bad_Nige
LE32R87 help needed.
Ive just bought this telly along with an upscaling Samsung dvd player & Im a little dissapointed to be honest.... It looks great with my 360, but normal telly and dvds through the upscaler arent all that (Im getting loads of juddery edges to things, it looks like a heat haze around the edge of fast moving things). Im using standard Sky+ connected with an S-video cable its not Sky HD so I know it wont ever be an amazing picture, but i was hoping it would be better than it is. The upscaling dvd is connected with an HDMI lead, but am i right in saying that this telly is only 720i ? Any advice would be appreaciated, especially if theres any set up help to get the best picture. Nige.


The TV can handle 1080i (that's the connection I get with my Xbox 360 via component)

http://www.mirai.eu/Europe/ProductDetails&product_id=46&cat_id=43
#26
Just to compare some specs. I am also dithering

http://www.zettavolt.co.uk/HDTV/DTL632V200.html
#27
got this TV a month ago from direct tvs. It's brilliant and comparable to models that are double in price. if you need to set it up with SKY+ use code 0000

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