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Philips 32PFL5322 (32" Widescreen LCD TV - HD Ready) - £299.95

£299.95 @ Richer Sounds
When it comes to value, there's little to touch the Philips 32PFL5322. Despite its exceptionally competitive price tag the 32PFL5322 holds nothing back when it comes to specification. Pixel Plus HD…
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When it comes to value, there's little to touch the Philips 32PFL5322.

Despite its exceptionally competitive price tag the 32PFL5322 holds nothing back when it comes to specification. Pixel Plus HD increases the number of lines and pixels, with the result of much greater detail from HD sources. Added to this is a 3D comb filter which enhances the clarity of all signals, whether they are HD or standard definition.

Although not as good as a separate home cinema system, Philips have also managed to produce decent sound quality from the 32PFL5322. Dynamic bass enhancement gives the sound added body, whilst Incredible Surround gives a more enveloping feel. If this isn't enough there's even a 7-band graphic equalizer that you can adjust to get that perfect balance.

In terms of connections, the 32PF5322 again defies expectations. Twin HDMI sockets cater for 2 High Definition sources whilst twin SCART sockets and a component ensure that all analogue inputs are well taken care of.

Using styling cues from their more expensive models, Philips have designed the 32PFL5322 to a high standard. The black and silver facia fronts a sleek design, and the glass pedestal stand offers a touch of class absent in many competitors.

If it's value and quality you're after in your 32" LCD TV, then you need look no further than the Philips 32PFL5322.
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#1
Great deal as a TV for a games console or if you already have a Freeview or Satellite receiver but beware there's no inbuilt digital tuner so in 3 years time when the signal gets switched off you WILL need to buy an external box!
#2
Decent TV, although it doesn't have freeview. I just bought a LG 26" for that price!
#3
lowfoon
Decent TV, although it doesn't have freeview. I just bought a LG 26" for that price!


This seems a good deal for a branded 32" HD TV. Please can you give details of the LG 26" deal

Edit: found your post for LG and it's gone back up to £399 :-(
#4
no PC input either unfortunately. Still hot though
#5
rick_x
Great deal as a TV for a games console or if you already have a Freeview or Satellite receiver but beware there's no inbuilt digital tuner so in 3 years time when the signal gets switched off you WILL need to buy an external box!


No biggie is it..:roll:
#6
sootyvrs
This seems a good deal for a branded 32" HD TV. Please can you give details of the LG 26" deal

Edit: found your post for LG and it's gone back up to £399 :-(


http://www.beyondtelevision.co.uk/thisProduct.asp?ID=929
£317 + Free Next Day Delivery
#7
It's nice to see a good branded 32" HD TV for less than £300.

It may not be the best, but at least they are getting the idea now. All we need is the other brands to follow suit.
#8
Great price. Shame no Freeview but voted hot anyway.
#9
rick_x
Great deal as a TV for a games console or if you already have a Freeview or Satellite receiver but beware there's no inbuilt digital tuner so in 3 years time when the signal gets switched off you WILL need to buy an external box!


As you will when HD Freeview is released, whichever TV you buy now.

How many people don't have a PVR, Sky or Freesat? I mean come on, get real!
#10
Oh and voted hot. Next cheapest appears to be Amazon at 100 quid more, and others are selling this at 500 plus
#11
Saw this on Friday but no VGA input put me off, hot deal nonetheless.
#12
why is everyone so bothered about freeview?, external boxes are so cheap and most people use cable TV or Sky anyway.. voted hot!
#13
For £300 you cannot get a better 32" than this, the build quality is fantastic and i would highly recommend this TV.

Obviously the lack of freeview isn't great, but it IS a good television.
#14
gotta wonder if this is better then the 32 jvc from argos from earlier in the week?
#15
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#16
are philips tv's good quality?
#17
Good deal, but instore only.
#18
sim11
gotta wonder if this is better then the 32 jvc from argos from earlier in the week?


This is much better than the JVC television argos are currently selling.
#19
chris197
Oh and voted hot. Next cheapest appears to be Amazon at 100 quid more, and others are selling this at 500 plus


I think you may be confused between different models. The one amazon is selling is the 5522 not the 5322, the former being a newer model
#20
i'd rather pay about £20-30 more - like the empire direct deal the other week that gave you an up to date LG for sub £350 inc P+P and freeview etc.. etc.. sorry it;s ok but not Hot
#21
Jelly
Saw this on Friday but no VGA input put me off, hot deal nonetheless.


well you could get an hdmi-to-dvi adaptor, but at 1366 x 768 its going to make a pretty rubbish monitor.....

this is the problem i'm facing at the moment - all the tv's that make decent monitors are ££££ as they're 1080i, 1980x1080 or whatever it is.

i'm thinking buy a cheap 720p tv like this, and a 22" monitor, instead of a 1080 tv+monitor
#22
but RS advantage is cheap 5 year warranty

also £10 off above £20 voucher in what hi-fi mag. is handy
#23
Has anyone got a link to the Argos JVC one?
banned#24
rick_x
Great deal as a TV for a games console or if you already have a Freeview or Satellite receiver but beware there's no inbuilt digital tuner so in 3 years time when the signal gets switched off you WILL need to buy an external box!


what an idiotic thing to say, why cant the 'freeview should be built-in' brigade be banned from this forum. Moron, get a life.
#25
Mascherano
what an idiotic thing to say, why cant the 'freeview should be built-in' brigade be banned from this forum. Moron, get a life.


Agreed, i don't need to pay extra for built in Freeview that would never be used , as i would be using my excellent Humax PVR anyway :thumbsup:

Plus you can get Freevie boxes that look like this

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31VSJS8DBKL._SL500_AA246_.jpg

now anyway, for less than the £100 extra it costs for built in, about £30
#26
Spears
Has anyone got a link to the Argos JVC one?


have read through this http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/187702/jvc-dvd-front-surround-home-cinema-
#27
nipperkipper
I think you may be confused between different models. The one amazon is selling is the 5522 not the 5322, the former being a newer model


Oops, I stand corrected. Thank you :thumbsup:
#28
chris197
Oops, I stand corrected. Thank you :thumbsup:


No worries, there are so many tvs and models number flying around everyone gets confused
#29
Can I add a word of warning. :oops:

I bought one of these and had to take it back because of the following problems:

1. It would just switch itself on in the middle of the night when the remote was on the bedside table. I don't think my house is haunted. :-D

2. It would not retain user settings. As this telly was in my bedroom I set the volume low but it always defaulted to a loud setting. I had to leave the Sky off, turn the tv on and reduce the volume before turning the sky on. Not too difficult but a pain in the proverbial

3. Colours were not great, to get faces looking anything other than anaemic you would need to wear sunglasses for the bright colours. There didn't seem to be any happy medium, no matter what you tried.

My brother also had problems with his one. They may just have been duff sets but I thought I should pass it on.

Sorry!
#30
A very decent price for a 32" LCD and Philips is a reputed brand. Just thought I'll mention though that this is not 1080p (wouldn't expect it for this price), so this is not the best resolution out there. At 32", it might just about be ok (with larger TV's, the diference in resolution is more noticeable). Will vote hot, as this is the lowest I've seen for a 32".
#31
For this price - Amazing deal - Voted hot - Rep Added
#32
excellent tv for the money went and bought one for myself on sunday, colours and black levels were terrific, great tv thanks buddy :)

voted hot and repped
#33
Nice Price:thumbsup:
1 Like #34
caalm
A very decent price for a 32" LCD and Philips is a reputed brand. Just thought I'll mention though that this is not 1080p (wouldn't expect it for this price), so this is not the best resolution out there. At 32", it might just about be ok (with larger TV's, the diference in resolution is more noticeable). Will vote hot, as this is the lowest I've seen for a 32".


I have a 42", i have owned MANY lcds in the last year due to many going faulty ( multiple samsung le40m86, 2 x th42pz70, pioneer pdpsx4280... and a now a th42px80 ) ...

However out of all of them the best at producing the best image quality are the low resolution ones ie the pioneer and my most recent panasonic.

My eyes are VERY sensitive to things like missing detail and issues associated with scaling. I use multiple feeds from my 360 / ps3 / freeview blurays and hddvds along with my PC.

I can quite honestly say the *ONLY* thing which looks better on a 1080p screen is my pc games because they are being rendered at that resolution.

360 and ps3 games are all rendered at 720p.
Blurays and HD DVDs are unoticable at full HD till 50" ++.
And normal television looks far superior on a lower resolution screen because no where scaling is being done....

Don't fall for this marketing ****, FULL hd ( 1920 x 1080p ) resolution screens are only of use below 50% if its going to be 90" of the time a pc monitor otherwise go for a standard HD ready screen, or maybe one of the older none HD screens at all if your only going to be watching normal television.
#35
we got the freeview version of this from currys at christmas for £419 and this is a really good price for what you get. Picture quality is really good and sounds a lot better than the samsungs. Voted hot
#36
Richer Sounds always have deals like this but when you go instore they have apparently sold out
#37
Mascherano
what an idiotic thing to say, why cant the 'freeview should be built-in' brigade be banned from this forum. Moron, get a life.


Look, no-one is saying don't buy the TV, nor are we saying this isn't a hot deal (I voted it hot), just making it clear to the majority of people who AREN'T that aware of the digital situation that they will need to buy a new box in a few years.

That's fine for the majority of us but several older people don't want tons of boxes and remotes because it can be confusing.

Frankly, if you aren't intelligent enough to realise this or to be able to have a discussion without resorting to name calling then take your pathetic childishness somewhere it may be more suitable.

Absolute prat.
#38
Got one of these for the other half's mum, replacing v.old nasty tv.
Great picture quality (sky box and dvd), excellent sound and easy user interface.
5 year warranty with home collection.
£330 - Can't go far wrong!
(in stock at Ealing branch)

Voted HOT:thumbsup:
#39
charlene265;2178584
Richer Sounds always have deals like this but when you go instore they have apparently sold out

I bought one in Exeter today - no problem.
The assistant even carried it to my car for me.
Looks great, good picture and sound - bargain - voted hot!
#40
Great price, however when i went to the Prestwich branch they didnt have any in stock and said both this and the JVC (at 350) were end of line stock and unlikely to get anymore in :(

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