Polaroid TLU-04223BU 42" Definia Widescreen 720p HD Ready LCD TV With Freeview Black at Amazon NOW £409.99 Delivered! - HotUKDeals
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Polaroid TLU-04223BU 42" Definia Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV With Freeview Black at Amazon £420.84 Delivered!

Technical Details

* HD-Ready Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
* Video Processor with Digital Noise Reduction
* 3D Comb Filter with motion adaptation
* Picture-in-Picture (PIP)
* Wide-Range Stereo Speakers
* Detachable Speakers with Dedicated Subwoofer Output
* Digital Tuner
* Improved Digital Teletext Services (MHEG-5)
* 7-day Electronic Programme Guide
* Automatic Volume Control Option
* Dual HDMI Connectivity
* PC Connectivity
* Detachable TV Stand
* Energy Efficient Power Switch
* Multilingual On-Screen Display
* Full-Function Remote Control
* Sleep Timer
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#1
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31Evw-2ssbL._SS400_.jpg

Manufacturer's Description
Explore Definia™ with this HD-Ready LCD TV. Polaroid Definia™ Video Processor increases sharpness for a pure, true-to-life picture. The digital tuner gives you access to the latest broadcast technology, including all the latest freeview channels like BBC3 and additional ITV and Film Four channels. Dual HDMI Connectivity lets you connect multiple HD sources, like your Blu-ray player and your games console. Detachable TV Stand and Speakers provide maximum flexibility

Box Contents
42"� HD ready LCD TV
Remote Control
2 AAA Batteries
AC Power Cord
Component Video Cables
Composite A/V Cables
Quick Start Guide
Wordwide Contact Insert
Warranty Card
User"™s Manual
#2
2 HDMI inputs
2 SCART inputs
Component video input (YPbPr)
S-Video input
Composite video input
Coaxial RF input
VGA (D-sub) input
CI slot
Audio inputs
Composite A/V output
Optical SPDIF output
Resolution: 1366 x 768
Brightness: 500 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 1500:1
Response Time: 8 ms
Viewing Angle: 176 x 176
16:9 Widescreen Aspect Ratio

Contrast ratio and response time are not so hot. No headphone socket. But than you get what you pays for. £420 is cheap.
#3
Which review of the 37" version:

Polaroid is not a big name in the world of flat-panel TVs. And on this evidence it will need to work much harder to make strides into the market. This 37-inch HD-ready LCD is like a throwback to the early days of digital technology, and hosts a list of so many reasons not to spend five hundred pounds, that it’s difficult to fit them all in one review.

Standard definition pictures are poor. Using the Scart RGB input, we found that images look flat, dull and smeary – problems highlighted by our technical tests. The artificial look is evident on Freeview. Motion problems and blotchy images drove our panel to remark that the Polaroid was not fit for purpose. High definition pictures suffer from poor resolution and noticeable banding.

Sound quality is equally poor, with the mediocre bass was about as good as it gets. Freeview sounded peaky and with lots of hiss, high frequencies lacked detail, and we heard distortion when listening to our revealing classical music sequence.

Usability is also an issue. The electronic programme guide is unintuitive to use, and although it has good contrast and is a decent size, it is blurred. The instruction manual lacks detail and the remote is poorly laid out, with rarely used buttons taking prominence over some with more key functionality.

The HDMI sockets do not support widescreen switching, auto-source selection or the 1080/24 picture format. Scart cannot trigger any compatible recording equipment but, on the plus side, it has a VGA socket for connecting up to your PC and digital audio output for hooking up to a surround sound system. It can be mounted on a wall, but you’ll need to buy the necessary fittings separately.

Pros: VGA socket for connecting a PC

Cons: Everything else

although granted that was the 37" when it was £500. My friend has the model before this and looks good on PS3 but not great on anything else. Hot price for a 42" though.
#4
1080i :-( :cry:
#5
"720p" is an extremely pertinent piece of information which is lacking from the title of this deal.

Especially considering all the £499ish 42" Branded 1080p LCD HDTVs out there at the moment
#6
schizoboy;3619555
"720p" is an extremely pertinent piece of information which is lacking from the title of this deal.

Especially considering all the £499ish 42" Branded 1080p LCD HDTVs out there at the moment

Thanks that's a good point, but also for anyone wanting to use Virgin V+ or Sky+ HD services only through their TV, the output is 720p or 1080i and should be pretty good.

Also, if you have a 1080p upscaling DVD player for example, that would obviously display better on a full HD resolution screen.

Before buying anything, it's always a good idea to read as many reviews as possible and to see the product in person if you can.
#7
Now £409.99 delivered
#8
Now £470, Anyone know a cheaper site or a better deal for about the same TV?

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