Prestigio P200DVDW-XD 20" HD LCD TV DVD/DIVX Combi with Freeview £152.48 Del & Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Prestigio P200DVDW-XD 20" HD LCD TV DVD/DIVX Combi with Freeview £152.48 Del & Quidco

£152.48 @ K and Co
Seems cheap for kitchen/ kids bedroom/ study. I know its not 1080p etc so dont crucify me. Description taken from another site as Empire Directs description not great. Apply 5% discount voucher … Read More
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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
Seems cheap for kitchen/ kids bedroom/ study. I know its not 1080p etc so dont crucify me.

Description taken from another site as Empire Directs description not great. Apply 5% discount voucher to get this price. Could be cheaper with instore pick up. Dont forget Quidco.

LCD TV Prestigio P200DVDW-XD offers the latest technology features and impressive picture quality for any small room or front office.
You can hardly imagine a better designed and balanced product for watching TV and DVD/DivX movies in a small room. LCD TV Prestigio P200DVDW-XD is the best offer for a second TV for your bedroom or kitchen. It can also be used in front offices or hotels to play specialized high-resolution video content.
No matter the application LCD TV Prestigio P200DVDW-XD is modern in design and features it offers high picture quality, up to date specs and full set of analogue and digital options for connection with other devices.

Display Type LCD
Display Technology TFT Active Matrix
Diagonal Length 20"
Viewable Display Diagonal Length 20"
Color Support 16.7M
Maximum Resolution 1366x768
Maximum Horizontal Scan Frequency 60 kHz
Minimum Horizontal Scan Frequency 30 kHz
Maximum Vertical Scan Frequency 75 Hz
Minimum Vertical Scan Frequency 56 Hz
Image Aspect Ratio 16:9
Image Brightness 450 cd/m^2
Dynamic Contrast Ratio 1200:1
Image Max. H-View Angle 160 °
Image Max. V-View Angle 140 °
Response Time 8 ms
Image Contrast 600:1

TV Tuner
TV Tuner Yes
TV Features Teletext, 3D combo filter, Progressive Scanning, FreeView
Analog Video Format NTSC 4.43
SECAM L/L
NTSC
PAL I
PAL D/K
PAL B/G
Digital Television Standard DVB-T

Video Input
Analog Video Signal S-Video, composite video, SCART, RGB
Digital Video Standard High-Definition Multi-media Interface (HDMI)

Speaker
Speaker Form Factor Integrated
Audio Output Mode Stereo
Output Power per Channel 3 W
Output Power 6 W

Interface Provided
Audio Line-In Interface Quantity 1
Audio Line-In Interface Connector Quantity 1
Audio Line-In Interface Connector Type Mini-phone Stereo 3.5 mm
Headphones Interface Quantity 1
VGA Interface Quantity 1
VGA Interface Connector Quantity 1
VGA Interface Connector Type 15 Pin HD D-Sub
Composite Video Input Interface Quantity 1
Composite Video Input Interface Connector Quantity 2
Composite Video Input Interface Connector Type RCA
S-Video Input Interface Quantity 1
S-Video Input Interface Connector Type 7-Pin mini-DIN
SCART Interface Quantity 1
SCART Interface Connector Type 21 pin SCART

Power
Power Device Type Power Adapter
Power Device Location external
Power Consumption Operational 90 W
Power Consumption Stand By/Sleep 3 W

Miscellaneous
Built-in Devices Divx player
External Color Black/Silver

Dimensions&Weight
Depth 99.5 mm
Height 369 mm
Width 528 mm
Nominal Weight 9 kg
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#1
Good find, I wanted something like this for the kids bedroom. Not HD Ready though as titled.
#2
Why is it not HD ready? Never understand what constitutes HD ready. I thought it needed a HDMI connection which this has?
#3
Can this connect to laptop/computer??
#4
northlad
Good find, I wanted something like this for the kids bedroom. Not HD Ready though as titled.


1280x720 is HD Ready (W720p). This is HD Ready...
#5
Slash
Can this connect to laptop/computer??


Yes, Via the VGA Port
#6
It does have HD in the product name... :) Might be one of those "HD compatible" TVs.
#7
This looks a great buy. Looks really similar to the one I bought from DMtech. The DVD drawer stopped working after a few months. Anyone know if they are made under the same umbrella brand?
#8
on empire it says:
DVI input No HDMI inputs None High Definition Multimedia Interface
#9
I am looking around for Cheap LCD TV/Monitor (20" to 26") and budget around £200, will this support HD? Would it allow me to play PS3 (my main concern)...ability to scale to 1080p with some adaptors? Let me know.. tempting!! :-D !!
#10
It says HDMI interface, but it hasn't!

Fantastic price even without HDMI. I've seen another site doing it for £352!!!!! http://www.flattv.co.uk/PRD_ProductDetail.aspx?cid=308&prodid=3187 they say Digital Video Standard High-Definition Multi-media Interface (HDMI).

Confusing!


HDMI Interface 1 http://www.reevoo.com/reviews/mpn/prestigio/p200dvdw_xd
#11
I can't be 100% sure but maybe the specs for this are getting confused with the latest model? The P7200DVD-XD - but that doesn't have freeview. Even more confusing! :D

Edit: The -XD does have a dvb-t tuner, my bad!
banned#12
good deal!
#13
looks like a great deal. still have to think. deciding between this and the 19" dabs
#14
Looks remarkably similar to the Wharfedale one I bought from Argos a few weeks back.

Not bad though if you don't mind having no HDMI. The DVD player plays DivX which is never a bad thing.
#15
just found this on amazon.co.uk forum. they sell it for 250 incidently. this may clear up some confusion as someone has confirmed HDMI and HD ready.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/forum/cd/discussion.html/ref=cm_cd_ef_tft_tp?ie=UTF8&cdForum=Fx39XFMC74YH05A&asin=B000P4V63Q&cdThread=Tx2LQCYPAX07VPV
#16
the villan
Why is it not HD ready? Never understand what constitutes HD ready. I thought it needed a HDMI connection which this has?


HDMI input is not a requirement of the HD Ready specification. A TV is HD compatible, HD viewable, HD resolution, and HD this and that (except HD Ready) if it has a dispay resolution higher than standard definition. Consequently this TV can be described as having HD resolution.

HD Ready is a standard and one of the requirements is that HDMI and/or DVI inputs support HDCP decoding which this TV does not have. By definition, this TV is not HD Ready as its HDMI input (if it does have one) is not capable of HDCP decoding but it is capable of HD resolution.
#17
ElliottC
HDMI input is not a requirement of the HD Ready specification. A TV is HD compatible, HD viewable, HD resolution, and HD this and that (except HD Ready) if it has a dispay resolution higher than standard definition. Consequently this TV can be described as having HD resolution.

HD Ready is a standard and one of the requirements is that HDMI and/or DVI inputs support HDCP decoding which this TV does not have. By definition, this TV is not HD Ready as its HDMI input (if it does have one) is not capable of HDCP decoding but it is capable of HD resolution.


Nice answer........

Anyway mines being delivered tomorrow, so if I can get someone to stop in to sign for it ill let you all know what the specs actually are.:thumbsup:
#18
Great find mate, ive been looking around for one of these for my kids bedroom for a while, with both freeview and a dvd player included, also want to use it as a PC monitor for her and as this has a 15 pin vga on the back it would seem to fit the bill. I realise its not the greatest resi for a pc monitor but as alls she does is play flash games off the internet, i figure it will be fine. Just ordered one, thanks again and heat most deffiately added.
#19
Your welcome
1 Like #20
These TV's are the same brand as DMTech that are sold in some other stores. They are not very reliable and are a nightmare with repairs. Not sure if empire direct are good with these, but they aren't that good sets. Pretty decent picture quality though.
#21
bossmanuk
These TV's are the same brand as DMTech that are sold in some other stores. They are not very reliable and are a nightmare with repairs. Not sure if empire direct are good with these, but they aren't that good sets. Pretty decent picture quality though.


Thanks for that, agree with picture quality.
#22
puls3
I am looking around for Cheap LCD TV/Monitor (20" to 26") and budget around £200, will this support HD? Would it allow me to play PS3 (my main concern)...ability to scale to 1080p with some adaptors? Let me know.. tempting!! :-D !!


Most people will struggle to see the difference between 720p and 1080p on screens of this size. So I wouldn't worry too much about searching for something that is 1080p compatible unless it has a larger screen.
#23
The 5% discound code is invalid according to Empire customer support, Ordered one anyway, thanks op.


[SIZE="4"]EDIT,[/SIZE]

[SIZE="4"]Prestigio are aware of a tuning fault with this unit when attempting to retune to full freeview reception, Uk customer support are @ 08456037288 [/SIZE]
#24
Slash
looks like a great deal. still have to think. deciding between this and the 19" dabs

Got the 19" from Dabs this morning. Impressed on first impressions:thumbsup:
#25
alanwjones
The 5% discound code is invalid according to Empire customer support, Ordered one anyway, thanks op.


Your welcome. code was ok when I ordered online.
#26
Sorry to sound thick, I was thinking of getting this but if its not HD ready does that mean that it wont work next year as I thought all tvs needed to be hd ready then?

Thanks
#27
kaza
Sorry to sound thick, I was thinking of getting this but if its not HD ready does that mean that it wont work next year as I thought all tvs needed to be hd ready then?

Thanks


No that's not the case. What you may have heard is that analogue signals will be switched off eventually and that TVs will need the capability of receiving the DVB-T signal.
#28
Kaza,

From 2011(ish?) all transmissions will be digital - some already are - you will need a TV with a digital tuner (like this one). Current transmissions are analogue, received on an analogue TV. Think petrol and diesel, they are two different standards and not interchangeable. If petrol was phased out, you would either have to have your petrol car converted or buy a diesel car, hence you will have to buy a digital tuner for your TV (aka a freeview box) or buy a TV with one built in.

High Definition (HD) is completely different. Digital pictures are represented by lots of coloured dots called pixels. If you magnify an analogue picture you will eventually see the molecules of the material. If you magnify a digital picture you will see a series of large dots (the pixels) that make up the image.

More pixels means a better picture. The ratio of pixels is called the definiton, hence higher definition equals better picture quality. There is confusion over what exactly high definition is. Look at the definition of a picture - lets say its 1280x720 (1280 pixels wide by 720 high). This is called 720(p/i). The p refers to progressive scan - where the picture is rendered one image at a time - interlaced only renders half a picture at a time, hence progressive is better.

The definition standards are 480p/i (this is your standard "analogue TV), 720 p/i (this TV is at/around this mark) and 1080p/i, which is the highest resolution and therefore best quality. As people have mentioned, you probably wouldn't be able to tell the difference between the two on such a small screen, but on a big TV you would.

So to summarize, this TV is ready for the digital switch over and can display HD images, although not in the ultimate resolution and it does not have an HDMI port, which is the best quality cable for transmitting media. At this price though you won't get any better, so you can either wait for prices to fall, or spend more.
P.S I know that this isnt 100% correct but it's only meant to be a ball park explanation.
#29
Andysan
Kaza,

From 2011(ish?) all transmissions will be digital - some already are - you will need a TV with a digital tuner (like this one). Current transmissions are analogue, received on an analogue TV. Think petrol and diesel, they are two different standards and not interchangeable. If petrol was phased out, you would either have to have your petrol car converted or buy a diesel car, hence you will have to buy a digital tuner for your TV (aka a freeview box) or buy a TV with one built in.

High Definition (HD) is completely different. Digital pictures are represented by lots of coloured dots called pixels. If you magnify an analogue picture you will eventually see the molecules of the material. If you magnify a digital picture you will see a series of large dots (the pixels) that make up the image.

More pixels means a better picture. The ratio of pixels is called the definiton, hence higher definition equals better picture quality. There is confusion over what exactly high definition is. Look at the definition of a picture - lets say its 1280x720 (1280 pixels wide by 720 high). This is called 720(p/i). The p refers to progressive scan - where the picture is rendered one image at a time - interlaced only renders half a picture at a time, hence progressive is better.

The definition standards are 480p/i (this is your standard "analogue TV), 720 p/i (this TV is at/around this mark) and 1080p/i, which is the highest resolution and therefore best quality. As people have mentioned, you probably wouldn't be able to tell the difference between the two on such a small screen, but on a big TV you would.

So to summarize, this TV is ready for the digital switch over and can display HD images, although not in the ultimate resolution and it does not have an HDMI port, which is the best quality cable for transmitting media. At this price though you won't get any better, so you can either wait for prices to fall, or spend more.
P.S I know that this isnt 100% correct but it's only meant to be a ball park explanation.


A very good answer and thorough answer. DisplayPort has higher bandwidth than HDMI though.
#30
Thanks for the replies, I have ordered it.

It actually cost 146.24 with 2.5% off voucher as it gives free del.
#31
kaza
Thanks for the replies, I have ordered it.

It actually cost 146.24 with 2.5% off voucher as it gives free del.


Well done. Nice bit of lateral thinking there. Wish I had done that.:)
#32
ordered one too, hopefully its a good un'
#33
kaza
Thanks for the replies, I have ordered it.

It actually cost 146.24 with 2.5% off voucher as it gives free del.


kaza, which code did you use to get it to 146.24? I used the 2.5% off Voucher code EN3706 but the total cost would be £149.99.

So using the 2.5% code would actually give free shipping since the total cost is now £149.99 including VAT and shipping.


Edit: Just tried buying again using the 2.5% code and this time it worked! Got it for Total Inc. Delivery Option £146.24 Inc. VAT.

Edited AGAIN: The web confirmation does state the total cost including shipping was £146.24. But just got the email confirmation that the cost is only 2.5% off and need to add £9.99 for shipping on top making it £156.23. So that code only works for 2.5% with no free shipping. Still a good deal though so going to go ahead with the purchase.
#34
ElliottC
A very good answer and thorough answer. DisplayPort has higher bandwidth than HDMI though.


Thanks ElliotC, i have not heard of DIsplayPort, will check it out.

Good luck to all who've bought, please post your findings!
#35
Has this got USB input?
#36
psjk
Has this got USB input?


I dont think it has, mines to be delivered today (missed yesterday) so will let you know.
#37
I ordered but it is temp out of stock now and was told to wait 2-3 weeks. Please post mini reviews when you guys/gals get yours; especially interested in how the output is VGA connected to laptop. Thanks!
#38
Expired :(
#39
Mine turned up today - very good initial impressions so far. It's definitely HD-Ready and the picture quality's decent enough for a screen of this size
#40
Rhythm
Mine turned up today - very good initial impressions so far. It's definitely HD-Ready and the picture quality's decent enough for a screen of this size


Hi rhythm, can you check if it has HDMI input?

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