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New 32" LCD Television £250.70 delivered on ebuyer.com

£250.70 @ Ebuyer
I'm seriously considering this as a second tv at this price! Brilliant Price on this 32" TV Specification * 2 HDMI connections * 1500:1 Contrast Ratio * 1366x768 Pixel Resolutio… Read More
Rocky Rocastle Avatar
8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
I'm seriously considering this as a second tv at this price!

Brilliant Price on this 32" TV

Specification

* 2 HDMI connections
* 1500:1 Contrast Ratio
* 1366x768 Pixel Resolution Super High resolution
* 550 cd/m2 Brightness
* Built in DVBt Tuner
* SRS Tru Surround sound
* 3D Digi Combi Filter
* Nicam Stereo With 2 X 10Watt
* Teletext
* On screen Display and CIS


Can anyoen find anythign better for the same price?
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#1
Hah - considering this as my main telly

great price - any reviews anywhere?
#2
OK price I suppose, but 1500:1 contrast ratio isn't good for a TV, so not voting hot.
#3
If size is important then this is a bargain. Voted hot. :)
#4
Zerobob
OK price I suppose, but 1500:1 contrast ratio isn't good for a TV, so not voting hot.


You'll be surprised how little difference there is between a 'dynamic' contrast ratio of 30,000 and a 'static' contrast ratio of 1,500. It's just another way of measure. Much more important is what the black is like.

btw, this looks like a Hanspree to me, which are very good tvs. so HOT from me.
#5
Seems a good deal to me, especially as a set for the bedroom.
HOT
#6
Zerobob
OK price I suppose, but 1500:1 contrast ratio isn't good for a TV, so not voting hot.


My HDTV has a 1000:1 contrast ratio and its great.

This will be a good buy as long as its not as bad as the Vistrons they sell.
#7
Super High resolution lol
#8
I had a vistron, It was a good tv until i kind of managed to break it.
#9
Fantastic price. Seriously tempted as a second set.
#10
Deals like this make me wish id lasted another few months before paying £180 for a 19" samsung for my bedroom. Head added.
#11
whats it like to return stuff to ebuyer if your not happy?
#12
meclive
whats it like to return stuff to ebuyer if your not happy?


Ebuyer have excellent customer service - you can return anything within 10 days under distance selling regulations - although obviously you will have to pay for the return postage. They also deal with faulty products in a timely manner.
#13
To return something online is good, but be prepared for a long wait if you phone them
#14
Pepp77
Ebuyer have excellent customer service - you can return anything within 10 days under distance selling regulations - although obviously you will have to pay for the return postage. They also deal with faulty products in a timely manner.


7 days, ebuyer may have a policy to allow you longer though.
#15
I've dealt with ebuyer before many times, great so far. The online account system is great aswell. I ordered something the other day with super saver within 5 days delivery, meant to get it tomorrow but got it yesterday.

I'm sure they are fine for returns. Obviously if you don't want the product I assume you will have to pay shipping costs - for this TV it will be a lot !

One thing to be wary of this is by EXTRA VALUE. They aren't the best quality wise but tend to do the job at a cheaper price.

http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/P0158530_C0000133_P0000000.jpg
#16
Surely it has more than two HDMI ports? It must have a SCART and perhaps even a VGA port?

laze
#17
Benjimoron
7 days, ebuyer may have a policy to allow you longer though.


Yep ebuyer do 10 days:-

If you change your mind

If you have simply changed your mind about any item ordered and you wish to return it, then in line with the Distance Selling Regulations (DSR) you can do so provided you inform us of your decision within 10 days of receipt. The item must not be used and must be 'as new' when returned to us. Once you've informed us that you wish to return goods under the DSR, you have 28 calendar days to do so, at your own expense. Once the item is received at ebuyer.com, we'll issue a full refund for the product to your original payment method. Please note this policy has some limitations and does not apply to business customers.(The Distance Selling Regulations do not apply to @work customers or our Business customers)
#18
any reviews?
#19
no freeview?
#20
Zerobob
OK price I suppose, but 1500:1 contrast ratio isn't good for a TV, so not voting hot.


Complete rubbish.
#21
I bought two Vistrons from Ebuyer on 18th Jan last year. One is working fine but one has developed a fault (on the 20th Jan this year). I filled in an online returns form and the warranty was honoured as it wasn't delivered until 23rd Jan last year so was still within 12 months.
They have repaired it and sent it back within 5 working days. They arranged a courier to collect it and have sent it back out by courier at no charge.
I'm happy with their customer service - much better than it was years ago when they were a new company.
#22
dale86uk
no freeview?


* Built in DVBt Tuner
#23
What is the difference between a DVB Tuner and freeview?

Can i still scann the channels with a DVB tuner?
#24
Zerobob
OK price I suppose, but 1500:1 contrast ratio isn't good for a TV, so not voting hot.


Are you able to point us in the direction of a same size TV with (nominally) a much better contrast ratio for this price? There are loads of TV's with equal or lower ratios in homes that people are quite happily watching. Assuming all other aspects of spec, etc. are equal, there's no need to spend more than this if you can't see the difference, or don't feel the price difference is worth the quality difference that the contrast ratio might bring to yourself.
#25
Vinylly
What is the difference between a DVB Tuner and freeview?

Can i still scann the channels with a DVB tuner?


They are the same thing. This tuner is internal, as opposed to being an external set top box. Leaving aside issues of how good or sensitive this tuner may or may not be (which applies just as equally to STB's). the difference, if any, will be in the quality and functionality of the software, but this also applies equally to the range of Freeview boxes.
#26
I currently have a digibox at home which we plug a cable in.

Do we still have to plug in the television cabel when you have a built in DVB?

How does that work. Kind of a N00b in that field.
#27
Pepp77
Yep ebuyer do 10 days:-


cool, just posted in case anyone then thought DSR gives you 10 days when it's actually only 7.
#28
Vinylly
What is the difference between a DVB Tuner and freeview?


The former is a tuner able to receive Digital Video Broadcasts, the later is the name for the UK's free-to-air terrestrial Digital Video Broadcast service.
#29
does it have scart?
#30
Vinylly
I currently have a digibox at home which we plug a cable in.

Do we still have to plug in the television cabel when you have a built in DVB?

How does that work. Kind of a N00b in that field.


What kind of digibox? Do you have a cable TV service, or is it a set top box (STB) for receiving Freeview broadcasts?

If a TV has a DVB tuner, you just need to plug in a suitable aerial to receive Freeview (assuming you are able to receive it in your area).
#31
Anyone know the actual model, manufacturer and full specs? Reviews? Nice set, but until we can find more info cant say if its any good (worth buying) or therefore if its HOT.
#32
At this moment in time, probably the cheapest way to (legally) get your hands on a 32" LCD. Good spot :thumbsup:

Whether it's worth owning will depend on individual taste and priorities I guess.
#33
Brewer
Anyone know the actual model, manufacturer and full specs? Reviews? Nice set, but until we can find more info cant say if its any good (worth buying) or therefore if its HOT.


You probably find that not everybody will receive the same make/set. This is because of the clear-out price. They will just send whatever is available at the time of your order. But it's cheap enough to take the gamble. You might receive an excellent set. If you are unhappy you can return it for about £20 postage (or maybe less).

Someone will probably kill me for this now but I say it anyway. I had a cheap Digimate 32" and now have a Sony 32V400 and I cannot see any difference in the picture quality from TV, Video or DVD player (I actually think the cheaper Digimate was better than the more expensive Sony). I don't believe the difference between cheap and expensive warrants the higher price, other than - maybe - the Sony will last longer.

My old 28" CRT tv is by far better quality than both LCDs. So there you go......
#34
Chuck U
Are you able to point us in the direction of a same size TV with (nominally) a much better contrast ratio for this price? There are loads of TV's with equal or lower ratios in homes that people are quite happily watching. Assuming all other aspects of spec, etc. are equal, there's no need to spend more than this if you can't see the difference, or don't feel the price difference is worth the quality difference that the contrast ratio might bring to yourself.


Fair point, but I did say it was an OK price. Suppose what I meant is I'd personally be looking for a bit of a better contrast ratio (so just didn't register as hot for me), but yes sorry, I do understand this doesn't stop this from being a good deal.

I'm speaking from a bit of recent experience though, as my housemate bought a 32" Vistron (yeah I know) for about £250 and it had an 800:1 or 1000:1 contrast ratio (can't remember for sure) but the dark greys scaled so badly that some things were a bit unwatchable. I just couldn't see a 1500:1 contrast being much better! Needless to say his Vistron broke just after Xmas and eBuyer kindly replaced it with this 32" Samsung Series 4 (I think) which has a picture in a different league. I know the picture is not just about the spec though, and is also down to the general quality of the TV.

I thought they were approximately the same value, but the Samsung is actually nearly £100 more. Looks like he got a very good replacement deal there! Incidentally, the 32" TVs on eBuyer don't seem to have shifted in price for months since I was looking at them!
#35



Great read btw. something everyone who doesnt know a huge ammount by the blurd written on TV's should read.
#36
pet2000

My old 28" CRT tv is by far better quality than both LCDs. So there you go......


You do realise that the max res for a CRT TV is 720 x 576 for PAL compatible signals, and 720 x 480 for NTSC?

SD content will look better on low-res tvs, whereas high-res tvs will need to duplicate pixels to get the same picture, resulting in the block pixelation.

720p/1080p on a CRT? Well, they don't even have HDMI connections, so it's never gonna happen.
#37
pet2000
Someone will probably kill me for this now but I say it anyway. I had a cheap Digimate 32" and now have a Sony 32V400 and I cannot see any difference in the picture quality from TV, Video or DVD player (I actually think the cheaper Digimate was better than the more expensive Sony). I don't believe the difference between cheap and expensive warrants the higher price, other than - maybe - the Sony will last longer.

My old 28" CRT tv is by far better quality than both LCDs. So there you go......


I think I can hear the Panny plasma fans and the Sony 40 inchers beating a path to your door now, with pick axes in hand. I hasten to add that I'm not amongst them.
#38
kr00t0n

720p/1080p on a CRT? Well, they don't even have HDMI connections, so it's never gonna happen.

Actually it did happen in a small way. e.g.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-WS32Z409TQX-Widescreen-Ready-Slimfit/dp/B000FMRXPI
I remember looking at this unit at the time, but there were well-documented problems with picture quality in the corner(s). From memory it went blurred and pink or purple bottom right.
#39
looks like a Hanspree Vx, if it is its a superb tv.

toad
banned#40
Why not try the 32" Samsung richersounds will sell for 300 quid?

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