Refurbished Technika 40" Full HD1080P LCD TV with Freeview £319.97 @ Tesco/Ebay Outlet - HotUKDeals
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TECHNIKA 40-920 40" FULL HD1080P LCD TV WITH FREEVIEWREFURBISHED WITH A 12 MONTH TESCO OUTLET WARRANTY
The Technika 40-920 40" Full HD 1080p LCD TV has built-in Freeview. The TV has a black finish with 2 HDMI, 2 SCART, VGA PC and USB inputs.
Specifications
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Auto Install 16:9
Brand Technika
Built-in Freeview Yes
CI Slot Yes
Colour Black
Component Input Yes
Flat Screen Yes
Full HD 1080p Yes
HDMI sockets 2
Headphone Socket Yes
Height with tabletop stand cm 65.3
Height without tabletop stand cm 61.3
On Power Watts 220
On Screen TV Guide 7 day
Optical Out Yes
Parental Lock Yes
PC Input Dsub (VGA)
Picture Frequency 50Hz
Remote Control Yes
Resolution 1920 x 1080
Scart Sockets 2
Screen Type LCD
Screensize 40"
Signal Type Digital
Sleep Timer Yes
Sound System Nicam Stereo
Stand Included Yes
Standby Power in Watts 1
Teletext Yes
USB Input Yes
Vesa 200 x 200
Wall Mountable Yes
Weight Kg With Tabletop Stand 15.1
Weight Kg Without Tabletop Stand 14.4
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#1
Bargain!
#2
sorry the few that ive seen and heard about from friends please avoid!!they are rubbish!Buy a Samsung or LG Richer sounds are doing some good deals not amazing but very keen pricing i think
#3
Bear in mind that you're almost guaranteed to have dead pixels on these - it's pretty much the only reason people would send a TV like this back.
#4
i thought it was good
#5
Will no doubt be cold due to brand. For the price its great. May not have the high stats that the brands tout but for this little whats to expect ?.
#6
Technika may be Tesco's own brand but reviews
of the TV's never put them on my "Must Buy" list.
As has been said above, give Richer Sound site
a view. They have some good deals and 10% of the
price gets you a five year warranty.
#7
this is a bargain! you're not paying for a sony or whatever so what's all the cold votes for?
#8
Had a Technika DVD player. It sounded like a shuttle going into orbit.
#9
djdelmar
this is a bargain! you're not paying for a sony or whatever so what's all the cold votes for?


Because the product is S***e!

And I mean S***e!

There a few £399.00 deals out there for Samsung, LG etc spend the extra £80 and get a much better TV! And it will be brand new!
#10
The Bear
Because the product is S***e!

And I mean S***e!

There a few £399.00 deals out there for Samsung, LG etc spend the extra £80 and get a much better TV! And it will be brand new!


I have to agree, and if you can't afford the extra £80 then buy a 32" LG or similar.
#11
CountFilth
I have to agree, and if you can't afford the extra £80 then buy a 32" LG or similar.


So true! :thumbsup:
Don't be taken in by the "must have the biggest screen I can get for my money!" mentality, you're much better off having a slightly smaller, ie 32" (still a large screen, remember 28" was generally the largest you could buy before LCD's & Plasma's came along!) but much better quality TV, and certainly at the moment there are a lot of great deals for decent branded TV's around for around the £300 price point, and yes, as others have mentioned, Richer Sounds is a good pace to start, rather than a box shifter like Tesco!

A brand new Technika would not be a good buy, a refurbished model much less so! so even at £320, I think it's over priced for quality of what you're getting, which as someone else mentioned, is s?*!e, and will no doubt include dead pixels (tiny bits of the screen missing!) amongst it's 'new' features, avoid!
#12
HAL2000
So true! :thumbsup:
Don't be taken in by the "must have the biggest screen I can get for my money!" mentality, you're much better off having a slightly smaller, ie 32" (still a large screen, remember 28" was generally the largest you could buy before LCD's & Plasma's came along!) but much better quality TV, and certainly at the moment there are a lot of great deals for decent branded TV's around for around the £300 price point, and yes, as others have mentioned, Richer Sounds is a good pace to start, rather than a box shifter like Tesco!

A brand new Technika would not be a good buy, a refurbished model much less so! so even at £320, I think it's over priced for quality of what you're getting, which as someone else mentioned, is s?*!e, and will no doubt include dead pixels (tiny bits of the screen missing!) amongst it's 'new' features, avoid!


Here's a Brand New 37" - LG for the same money - http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/lg/37lh2000/lg-37lh20starstar

Here's a Brand New 40" - Samsung for £440.00 http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/samsung-ps42c450b-42-hd-ready-plasma-tv-04906458-pdt.html - Use this 5% off code: MAY5 so, £418.00 delivered.

And I can't be ars*d to look for any more, so last but not least a Philips 42" - http://www.cheap-lcd-tv.co.uk/42_Philips_42PFL5522D_HD_Ready_Digital_Freeview_LCD_TV_79_d - £389.00
#13
The brand is poor quality and is total SHI*E!

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