Philips 32PF7521 32" HD Ready Digital LCD TV for £297 - HotUKDeals
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Hurry STOCKS ARE VERY LIMITED. I bought mine yesterday.
Availability at Northolt(PCW), Twickenham(PCW), Fulham(PCW) and Ealing(Currys.Digital). Only 1 at each of these stores
Save space and enjoy a wonderfully vivid picture with the stylish, 32-inch Philips 32PF7521D/10 widescreen LCD TV. It has a built-in analogue tuner for standard television broadcasts in addition to an integrated Digital Tuner for DVB-T reception. It features Philips' Pixel Plus for better detail, depth and clarity, which combines a whole range of enhancements to provide a better picture, including a dynamic contrast, blue stretch and green enhancement for the most natural looking colours. This set includes a tabletop stand, but it's also wall-mountable with optional kit (VESA compatible).

The 32PF7521D/10 has a 1366 x 768-pixel resolution, 176-degree viewing angle, 8 ms (millisecond) response time, a 500 cd/m2 (candela per square meter) brightness rating, and an 800:1 contrast ratio. (The higher the contrast ratio, the greater a TVs ability to display subtle colour details and not get washed out by ambient room light.) Other features include an anti-reflection coated screen, auto volume leveler, program list, smart picture control, smart sound control, side control, watch analogue/record digital and easy toggle Dig/Analogue modes.

The 3D comb filter separates brightness and colour signals better in 3D domain to eliminate cross-colour, cross-luminance and dot-crawl distortion. It performs field-by-field comparisons of the television image to accurately separate the colour from the black-and-white information and remove both horizontally and vertically hanging dots, as well as dot crawl, resulting in a razor sharp image. This set also performs 3:2 pulldown detection and reversal, too--a handy feature for watching progressive-scan movie programs in their native 24-frame format. To adapt 24 frames-per-second movies to 30 fps video, frames in the original movie must be duplicated; 3:2 pulldown digitally corrects this duplication by removing the redundant information to display a frame-accurate picture.

This TV has two built-in stereo speakers that produce 5 watts per channel (for 10 watts of total power). Philips' Incredible Surround audio technology dramatically magnifies the sound field to immerse you in the audio. Using state-of-the-art electronic phase shifting, Incredible Surround mixes sounds from left and right in such a way that it expands the virtual distance between the two speakers. This wider spread greatly enhances the stereo effect and creates a more natural sound dimension--without the use of additional speakers. It also includes the following connections:


Ext 1 SCART: Audio L/R, CVBS in/out, RGB
Ext 2 SCART: Audio L/R, CVBS in/out, S video in, RGB out
Other connections : Common Interface, S/PDIF out (coaxial), Antenna IEC75
Front / Side connections : CVBS in, Headphone out, S-Video in, Audio L/R in
Ext 4 : YPbPr
Ext 5 : HDMI
Ext 6 : HDMI
Number of SCARTS: 2
HDMI makes an uncompressed digital RGB connection from the source to the screen. By eliminating conversion to an analog signal, it delivers an unblemished image. The non-degraded signal reduces flicker and leads to a clearer picture. HDMI intelligently communicates the highest output resolution with the source device. The HDMI input is fully backward compatible with DVI sources but includes digital audio. HDMI uses HDCP copy protection.

Box Contents

Philips 32" LCD TV

Power Supply

Quick-Start Guide

Remote Control (with Batteries)

Table-Top Stand

RF cable

Instruction Manual

Registration card

Warranty certificate
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#1
Sadly the website is already showing £999.

Must be an expired offer
#2
showing as £999 online
#3
[SIZE=2]INSTORE offer at indicated stores, please like actually read the post first.[/SIZE]
#4
Offer of 1 tv at selected stores....:-(
#5
Just because it's an INSTORE offer doesnt mean the price wouldnt show on the net as an INSTORE OFFER
I doubt any here would pop along to these stores on the off chance !:giggle:
#6
[SIZE=2]:thinking: erm I think for a £700 saving many would - but ringing the specific stores would be the most logical thing to do, not searching websites which are probably linked to warehouse rather than instore stock.[/SIZE]
#7
erm I think for a £700 saving many would


erm I wouldn't...If an offer seems to good to be true it usually is....:thumbsup:
#8
I called up ealing and northolt stores, northolt said they had none in stock, and ealing said they had no clue what i was talking about :(
#9
crazylegs
erm I wouldn't...If an offer seems to good to be true it usually is....:thumbsup:


Not really - i bought an ex-display yamaha hi-fi from Currys last year for £50 in perfect condition. The same model was for sale on the shelf in Comet at the time for £350. Sometimes you just have to get of your ar*e, the internet encourages everyone to sit at home and expect everything to come to them.
#10
Not sure why this is cold. OP managed to get a fab bargain and then shared the knowledge to hopefully help others. It's not their fault if the stock was limited or only in one store.

If only one person gets a bargain as a result of this site then it's done it's job :p

Hot from me

CS
#11
Fair comment Captain !

Please do not be put off by the conclusion on this deal tc-Joness.

Not all deals put up work for the masses.

E.G. any deals on Nintendo Wii are usually over before they've even been read

:cry:
#12
I called up ealing and northolt stores, northolt said they had none in stock, and ealing said they had no clue what i was talking about :(


Sounds about right that...:giggle:
#13

I called up ealing and northolt stores, northolt said they had none in stock, and ealing said they had no clue what i was talking about :(


Out of interest, how did you get the store numbers? I can only find a national number for PC world, no individual branch numbers.

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