*REFURBISHED* Toshiba 32BV700B - 32" Full HD 1080P LCD TV - £199.99 Delivered @ Ebay Argos Outlet - HotUKDeals
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*REFURBISHED* Toshiba 32BV700B - 32" Full HD 1080P LCD TV - £199.99 Delivered @ Ebay Argos Outlet

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TOSHIBA 32IN FULL HD 1080P DIGITAL LCD TV REFURB DEAL REFURBISHED WITH A 12 MONTH ARGOS WARRANTY LCD TV: Full HD 1080p. Built in Freeview tuner. 2 HDMI connections. Television picture q… Read More
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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
TOSHIBA 32IN FULL HD 1080P DIGITAL LCD TV REFURB DEAL
REFURBISHED WITH A 12 MONTH ARGOS WARRANTY

LCD TV:
Full HD 1080p.
Built in Freeview tuner.
2 HDMI connections.
Television picture quality:
Full HD (1080p).
Freeview digital tuner.
32in (81cm) widescreen TV with 81cm visible screen size.
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.
50Hz.
Brightness 450cd/m2.
Contrast ratio 3000:1 (native).
Response time 8ms.
Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.
Progressive scan.
Connectivity:
2 HDMI sockets.
1 SCART socket.
PC input socket.
Component video socket.
Composite.
Headphone socket.
AV socket (side and rear).
1 USB port.
Sound quality:
NICAM sound system.
2 x 6 watts RMS power output.
Digital features:
Digitally interactive.
Digital text.
Digital video broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
Auto setup.
Auto scan for new channels.
Now and next programme guide.
7 day electronic programme guide (EPG).
Top up TV compatible.
CI slot.
Audio description compatible.
Additional features:
Sleep timer.
Child lock.
Picture and text.
Remote control batteries required 2 x AAA (included).
Size of TV H51.4, W78.7, D9.4cm.
Weight of TV 11.6kg (unpackaged).
Complete with pedestal stand.
Size of TV with stand H56, W78.7, D18.7cm.
Weight of TV with stand 12.3kg.
Suitable for wall mounting with a VESA 200 x 200mm bracket (bracket not included).
Energy efficiency information:
On mode power consumption 150 watts.
Standby power consumption 1 watt.
Please note that the digital and Freeview features of this TV are not available in the Republic of Ireland
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#1
cheapest branded 1080p i've seen, wonder what the model is...
1 Like #2
Toshiba 32BV700B
#3
Wowza. Respected brand, 1080p, 200 notes. I want 1
#4
Good deal if you are counting pennies but you can sometimes get a 32" brand new tv for little more than this, so I wouldn't pay 200 quid for it. I don't think Toshiba is what it used to be, neither is Sony.

The freeview tuner in this is weak so if in bad signal area...........
#5
Caz42
I don't think Toshiba is what it used to be, neither is Sony.


What brand would you recommend, then?
#6
guyh
Caz42
I don't think Toshiba is what it used to be, neither is Sony.


What brand would you recommend, then?


TBH I don't know as many manufacturers are using really cheap parts these days. My friend who worked at JVC until recently said the parts they are now using are very cheap too. I like Panasonic Sharp and Samsung and so far haven't had any issues with anything I've bought from them. If you want know about reliability and good quality screens etc, try Digital Spy forums and ask the folks on there :)
#7
heat added from me, thanks, i just need a second hdmi so the freeview and brand name are a bonus at this price. take the chance on the refurb aspect, but there you go...
#8
If anyone is looking to buy tv's and things like computers etc, they were saying on tv this morning that the price of these type of items will increase in price in about three months, because of the knock on effect due to the Japanese situation.
Voted hot as I have a Toshiba Regza 32" and have no issue's with it.
#9
sossidge
heat added from me, thanks, i just need a second hdmi so the freeview and brand name are a bonus at this price. take the chance on the refurb aspect, but there you go...


It's almost certainly not refurbished just older stock from their shops returned to their warehouse.
#10
hasn't this already been posted a week or so ago ?
#11
Gunner4Life
hasn't this already been posted a week or so ago ?

Might have been a similar deal but this one only went on e bay this morning.
#12
^was £50 more a month ago - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/toshiba-32inch-full-hd-1080p-digital-lcd-tv-32bv700b-249-99-argos-ebay/861689

still sorely tempted by this deal tbh. can't see myself getting better value than this, and the Sale of Goods Act still applies to refurb tv's, so the short warranty isn't that big of a deal...

edit: BOUGHT! my first lcd, I feel like a 5 year old at christmas!

Edited By: guyh on Mar 18, 2011 14:44: update
#13
mikeleslie
Gunner4Life
hasn't this already been posted a week or so ago ?

Might have been a similar deal but this one only went on e bay this morning.


Ahh i had one removed which was the same as you said was over 3 weeks old as well the one before.

SHould help someone.Personally i wouldn't buy a referb as i have become a little fussy since i read in to problems.Amazon or JL are the only retailers i would order a tv though to now. I learned the hard way and lost this tv + a bit more in value. Which is why i will avoid now.
#14
DEAL, perfect for someone not looking for a top dollar spec!
1 Like #15
If only this weren't such a chubby fella, ticks all the other boxes :(
#16
Caz42
I don't think Toshiba is what it used to be, neither is Sony.

I'd agree with that.
L.G. and Samsung have replaced them
Tosh and Sony got too obsessed with copyright protection and fell behind in actual hardware.
#17
some handy things to note in this user review (the most in-depth thing I could find online) including no native video support for the USB port: http://www.dooyoo.co.uk/television/toshiba-32bv700b/1541233/
#18
back in stock heat added!

Edited By: Sliwka on Mar 18, 2011 14:22
#19
Got a 22in Toshiba at Christmas that we are very pleased with. Have another 19in Toshiba that I bought about a year ago on which the freeview menu is hopeless. However, both have a good picture, though sound isn't great.

Given a choice I would buy Panasonic every time for tv's and hifis etc., but you will have to pay £50 more for one at least I would think. I am waiting for the tv's with HD freeview to come down a bit more as we need a telly for the back room and it seems a waste to have a full HD telly with just an ordinary freeview tuner.
#20
mikeleslie
Toshiba 32BV700B

That's the model i bought from Argos last year for £299. it's a very good TV. Picture quality is really good. XBox looks fantastic.
#21
If you are looking for a cheap full HD 32" TV you really can't argue with the price. Hot!
#22
So for someone who has a cheap budget, will only use it for dvd's, Xbox on HD and possibly Blu-ray in the future, is it worth it ?
#23
PhilK
Caz42
I don't think Toshiba is what it used to be, neither is Sony.

I'd agree with that.
L.G. and Samsung have replaced them
Tosh and Sony got too obsessed with copyright protection and fell behind in actual hardware.


I disagree, well with the LG part. I've found them to be terribly unreliable would not go near LG again.
#24
I love Tosh, awesome TV's and awesome service in my experience. My 42" Tosh died after 11 months and they collected a day after I called (I didn't need the packaging either! - I had to pay £30 for packaging with my Acer TV to have that returned lol). 2 days after having having my set taken Toshiba called and advised a repair was not possible and arranged a refund WOOT! This mean after replacing the set I had cash in my back pocket :-)
#25
EJames
So for someone who has a cheap budget, will only use it for dvd's, Xbox on HD and possibly Blu-ray in the future, is it worth it ?

The only thing you may want to check is if it supports 24fps/24hz playback if you plan on using BluRay
#26
Mentos
EJames
So for someone who has a cheap budget, will only use it for dvd's, Xbox on HD and possibly Blu-ray in the future, is it worth it ?


The only thing you may want to check is if it supports 24fps/24hz playback if you plan on using BluRay


No it's not, does that mean it won't play or they'll be distortion issues ?
#27
^all dvds are encoded from 24fps cinematic film to the higher 60hz by repeating frames... usually it is not noticeable but to the trained eye there apparently a juddering motion that this causes (have to say I've never noticed it watching dvds!)

bluray players now offer the opportunity to play this at its original shutter speed, so you don't get repeated frames and the juddering that is caused by this (although 24fps is quite a slow speed and has its own juddering issues as a result)

anyway bluray players obviously have the ability to play in 60Hz (this is what a normal HDTV or analogue TV has always played things on) so there won't be any compatibility issues - just this usual amount of juddering that is present in DVDs.

Edited By: guyh on Mar 18, 2011 19:19
#28
I have a 37" Toshiba that we've had for over 4 years now and it is great. Heavily used and still one of the best pictures I have seen. I wouldn't hesitate getting another Tosh!! Better picture and much better sound quality than the Samsung and LG TV's I've seen at around the same price.
#29
Toshiba seem to have lost thier way.
#30
The sound's just gone on mine :|

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