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Neon 37" TV with built in freeview and DVD player £299, originally it was selling for £349 now reduced to to £299.

Wall mountable
HD ready

Built in DVD Player
HDMI port
X2 Scart ports
VGA port

2 years warranty

Available only insotre
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banned#1
Shame it no longer comes with the wall bracket.....
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/383948/neon-37-lcd-with-freeview-built-in-

IN B4 The my telly is better than your's brigade, this is a bargain whichever way you look at it
#2
who make it as ive never heard of them

i recently bought an unbranded 22" lcd and my god wa sit terrible, took it back for a samsung and the difference was massive

cheap lcd's are terrible
#3
the_gfp
who make it as ive never heard of them

i recently bought an unbranded 22" lcd and my god wa sit terrible, took it back for a samsung and the difference was massive

cheap lcd's are terrible


I've got a Technika in my study and its terrible, just can't see the pic from most angles yet I've got an Acoustic Solutions set in my bedroom and that's fantastic
#4
the_gfp,

I have a Technika 26" and it's good enough. It's not the best in the world, but it's decent enough. You can't just tar all cheap TV's with the terrible tag.
#5
I've spoken to a customer who brought it back once. Said the picture quality was alright, nothing great.

Featurewise, all the basics are there. Not much more than that though.
#6
the_gfp
who make it as ive never heard of them

i recently bought an unbranded 22" lcd and my god wa sit terrible, took it back for a samsung and the difference was massive

cheap lcd's are terrible


I'm not going to get imbroiled in a telly argument but whilst that comment is true of some unbranded tvs its not the case with all of them. I have a Vistron in my bedroom purchased from ebuyer 18 months ago and it is great. Some say it's got a Sammy panel in it but I don't know if its true (or care) it just works well.
#7
another rubbish tv with crap picture when you get it home morrisons laughing all the way to the bank buy lg samsung panasonic or sony YES I KNOW THEY COST MORE BUT WILLLAST LONGER THAN 2 YEARS!!!
#8
The problem is that a couple of years ago the cheaper LCDs were so bad at image processing that anyone moving to one from a CRT or better model noticed the horrible image quality, ghosting, bad colour gradiation and numerous other issues. Couple of years before that the same was true for many of the better brands lower models.

Most new LCD's (even the cheap ones) do an OK job of turning the SD Freeview and Sky feeds into a watchable picture. A trained eye will be able to tell the difference, but many people will be happy enough with them. Obviously some are better than others, I would just make sure I bought one from somewhere I knew I could return it too if I didn't like the picture. Oh and always have a play with the picture settings when first setting up as they are usually set with everything too high for a home.
#9
LOUGHBORO GUY
another rubbish tv with crap picture when you get it home morrisons laughing all the way to the bank buy lg samsung panasonic or sony YES I KNOW THEY COST MORE BUT WILL LAST LONGER THAN 2 YEARS!!!


Sorry to say this but I have seen awful picture quality on the lower models from Samsung and LG. If you could afford the step up to this panasonic model though I reckon you would be pretty happy in the long term:

http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/panasonic/viera-txl37s10/pana-txl37s10
#10
My Dad got the £200 Technika tesco deal a month back, and that is awesome. Compares very well to my brothers tv, and his was three times the price.

Not all will be good, not all will be bad.
#11
LOUGHBORO GUY
another rubbish tv with crap picture when you get it home morrisons laughing all the way to the bank buy lg samsung panasonic or sony YES I KNOW THEY COST MORE BUT WILLLAST LONGER THAN 2 YEARS!!!


Correct me if I am wrong, but I was of the understanding that the Tesco / Technika LCDs use Samsung panels.
I know this is a Morrisons thread but kust stating that you can get a Samsung made panel for less.
#12
Neon use the same panels as Bang & Olufsen
#13
The popular high street supermarket Morrisons has teamed up with Cello Electronics to create Neon, a revolutionary collection of LCD TVs.

This is the main website for the company. Lots of info on there.

http://www.celloelectronics.com/

The UK based assembly line holds many benefits for its clients. Customers can see stock being produced and are also able to be involved in the product quality checks. Custom changes to specific Cello LCD TVs can also be made during the production process and clients can see the meticulous quality procedures that all products go through.
#14
neon use same panels as bang and olufsen???? never heard such rubbish in all my life
#15
Cello are the ones I believe that are doing Cello TV for M&S which have iplayer support. Suppose it's too much to ask that this does lol. Plus it would need an ethernet port which I'm guessing this won't have and I'm being too lazy to check, or rather not stupid enough to think this does have one :) Don't worry I'm just talking aloud, which isn't always a good thing lol
#16
£299 for a 37" for xbox in spare room = Bargain
#17
LOUGHBORO GUY
neon use same panels as bang and olufsen???? never heard such rubbish in all my life


So what do they use, as you seem to know everything?
#18
I too recently bought the 22" Technica with everything built in from Tesco and I can confirm it uses a Samsung panel. I know it's a bit off topic but just wanted to clarify while it is not by any stretch a top of the line LCD it is pretty good for under £200. Just never forget you get what you pay for :thumbsup:
#19
bullah
I too recently bought the 22" Technica with everything built in from Tesco and I can confirm it uses a Samsung panel. I know it's a bit off topic but just wanted to clarify while it is not by any stretch a top of the line LCD it is pretty good for under £200. Just never forget you get what you pay for :thumbsup:


How do you know it uses a Samsung panel? Samsung do not actually make panels - they are made by a joint venture Samsung/Sony company called S-LCD

If you look at a LCD with a magnifying glass you can tell the type of panel from the pixel shape - several panel manufacturers make panels of a similar type. The Technicas I have seen use a variety of panel types, however without exception the 22" models are all TN. TN panels can also be identified by poor viewing angles with changes in colour and eventual black out as the angle increases particularly if viewed from below. Generally 32" and larger panels are of better basic technologies (VA or IPS.). However This TV cannot have a S-LCD made panel as they do not make 37" panels. Samsung and Sony use AMVA panels from AUO of Taiwan in their own 37" models.
#20
swardchill
Neon use the same panels as Bang & Olufsen


Bang and Olufsen do not use anything special in panels - they are LG S-IPS panels as used by several manufacturers - It is quite possible that this Neon uses an LG S-IPS panel.
#21
All in all not a bad price for 37 inch. Be aware these are not in the same league as Akura. Personally I would pay a bit more and get
http://shop.d2leisuregroup.co.uk/product906460265catno0.html
Comes with a stand too. Note the batteries for remote are NOT included but you can get 8 for about £1.50 from poundland.
#22
Is this not a better option:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/618677/37-full-hd-1080p-lcd-tv-2-year-warr

Same price (minus the dvd player), but Full HD.
#23
swardchill
All in all not a bad price for 37 inch. Be aware these are not in the same league as Akura. Personally I would pay a bit more and get
http://shop.d2leisuregroup.co.uk/product906460265catno0.html
Comes with a stand too. Note the batteries for remote are NOT included but you can get 8 for about £1.50 from poundland.


That's not just a bit more, that link has a telly thats nearly 2 grand!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

For a cheap 37" tv, it's fine.
#24
get one for your mother in law
#25
LOUGHBORO GUY
get one for your mother in law


Sounds like a fair swap :)
#26
ajberry
That's not just a bit more, that link has a telly thats nearly 2 grand!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

For a cheap 37" tv, it's fine.


:w00t::w00t::w00t::w00t:::£2000:
#27
mmm.do'nt think they are in stock anywhere....I've been trying all over fife and no stock which is a shame.
#28
This is a message for smokey123. Bought one of these tv's 15months ago but now not working. Rang up morrisons to see how 2 year warranty works but they are being difficult. When look through my paperwork can find nothing regarding 2 year warranty (although have my receit as proof). On your post you say it has 2 years warranty. How did you know this. What was said / given to you.

Thanks in anticipation

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