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Nordmende NU323LD 32" LCD TV - £244.99 @ CDiscount

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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Another LCD TV !!! But this one is pretty cheap!!
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#1
Resolution 1366 x 768. That's just 720p isn't it ?

3 x HDMI, 2 x SCART. Good set of inputs.

Mind you not a bad price even for that spec.
#2
steve1221
Resolution 1366 x 768. That's just 720p isn't it ?

3 x HDMI, 2 x SCART. Good set of inputs.

Mind you not a bad price even for that spec.


Yes its 720P. Not "just", but enough for most things :p
#3
I agree, I wasn't knocking. I just meant 720 rather than full 1080...
#4
Brought one last time it was posted.

Great TV at a good price! :thumbsup:
#5
has been previously posted and available at different times from £237 upwards....so a good deal....don't forget quidco for a possible 4.5% as well

http://i2.cdiscount.co.uk/products/180000/180254_de_1.jpg
#6
Had one of these from Cdiscount. It was terrible. Awful picture quality and naff sound. Sent it back after two days of trying different adjustments. Cold. Not worth the time, money or hassle.
#7
I actually tried looking for this deal on HUKD before I posted it and couldn't find anything - so posted it wondering how it had managed to slip under the net.

Turns out I was spelling Nordmende wrongly :p
#8
steve1221
Resolution 1366 x 768. That's just 720p isn't it ?

3 x HDMI, 2 x SCART. Good set of inputs.

Mind you not a bad price even for that spec.


No its 768p. And cheap and nasty.
#9
nokmond
No its 768p. And cheap and nasty.


TV snob! ;-)
#10
I am no snob but I have to agree that it is best to buy the highest quality HD TV that you can afford.

I tried out a TECO before I eventually got a low range Sammy 32".

My TV is still cheap but the quality is noticeably superior for just an extra £50.

In this case I do not think I was just paying for the brand.

We are not talking beaked beans here.

Treat your eyes and stave off that spex prescription! ;)
#11
JIM1973ANDREWS
Had one of these from Cdiscount. It was terrible. Awful picture quality and naff sound. Sent it back after two days of trying different adjustments. Cold. Not worth the time, money or hassle.


You say awful picture quality but from which source do you refer?
Could it possibly have been TV reception from a poor aerial signal?
#12
Bought one the last time around too.....not the best by any means but if you are not a tv snob then it does the job jolly dam well peeps....had mine for 3 months and no complaints :thumbsup:
#13
JIM1973ANDREWS
Had one of these from Cdiscount. It was terrible. Awful picture quality and naff sound. Sent it back after two days of trying different adjustments. Cold. Not worth the time, money or hassle.


Very true - and is usually the case with most non-mainstream brands :thumbsup:
#14
JIM1973ANDREWS and the rest of people who either got a faulty one or can't sort out their signal that goes into the TV please don't even post bad comments, you're just snobs that don't accept anything else from samsung down

i got this a while back paid by the 3 installment options, I got my PC plugged in via VGA, playing Toca Race Driver, HD films, and DVD player plugged via HDMI

picture quality is fantastic with all the tweaks you can think of (backlight, sharpness) it's got all the inputs you can think of, it's amazing value for money, samsung panel and if i'm not mistaking the electronics inside are samsung also as it's the only one with so many inputs...

the only downside i must admit is only the 1 year warranty

:thinking:

and with the inbuilt freeview i get more channels than with my cheap sagem standalone box
#15
hahaha sold out, this was a fantastic price

remember only people that are not happy with something come forward and complain, the ones that are happy with a service or product sit back and enjoy so...if you only see people complaining that doesn't mean that a product has "Awful picture quality and naff sound"...
#16
Its not a bad price for a 32" tv, but it's only a fiver cheaper than it's been for months.
#17
TV is brilliant, i had it for £251 (£1 being next day deliv)

Screen is clear but my ps3 connects to it showing 1080P aswell as 1080I for options.. i clicked 1080P and its full refreshrate. did i get a full HD panel or something becuase when i click games it downscales to 720P (shows in the corner when it switches res) ill get pictures up later
#18
GemuOtakuTurner
TV is brilliant, i had it for £251 (£1 being next day deliv)

Screen is clear but my ps3 connects to it showing 1080P aswell as 1080I for options.. i clicked 1080P and its full refreshrate. did i get a full HD panel or something becuase when i click games it downscales to 720P (shows in the corner when it switches res) ill get pictures up later


No it just accepts 1080p signals and downscales it to 768p.
#19
How do you get the orange Menu on the left hand side. It messed up my sound on the tv. And don't know how to get into that menu again

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