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Samsung 20" HD Ready LCD TV (Supports 1080p input) £208.65 delivered

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Excellent reviews on ebuyer... http://www.ebuyer.com/product/132112/show_product_reviews Take the time to appreciate the style and precision of the SM203MW, part of the new inspirational range … Read More
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9y, 5m agoFound 9 years, 5 months ago
Excellent reviews on ebuyer...

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/132112/show_product_reviews

Take the time to appreciate the style and precision of the SM203MW, part of the new inspirational range of monitors from Samsung. The award winning design will redefine how you view entertainment, bringing a fine balance of fashion, fun, and function to your enjoyment. The wide screen, perfectly framed in a timeless glossy black bezel will add fresh new depth to movies, games, and all multi-media experiences.

HDTV Ready. Built-in PAL Tuner. Composite, S-Video, Component, HDMI, SCART. PIP/PBP.Supporting 1080P Input

Viewable area: 20" wide (16:10)

0.258mm pixel pitch

300cd/m2 Brightness

1000:1 Contrast Ratio

5ms response time

Vertical Frequency (Hz): 56-75

Horizontal Frequency (kHz): 30-81

Maximum Resolution: 1680x1050

Color Supported: 16.7Mil.

Input Video Signal: Analog RGB, DVI, HDMI , Composite, S-video, Component , SCART, PAL Tuner

Sync Type: Separate H/V, Composite

Input Connectors: 15pin D-sub, DVI-D, HDMI, CVBS, S-Video, SCART, Component, Analog Tuner

Plug & Play: DDC 1/2B

Multimedia Speakers: Built-in 3Wx2ch

Cabinet Color: Black High Glossy

Dimensions (Set with stand WxHxD): 493x419x209mm

Dimensions (Set without stand WxHxD): 493x368x70mm

Dimensions (Packing WxHxD): 570x444x140mm

Weight: 5.3Kg

Weight (Packed): 6.9Kg


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Specifications
Freeview Built In No
HDMI Inputs 1
Connections
Connector Type 15 PIN HD D-Sub (HD-15) Television
Diagonal Size 20 in Display Format [N/A] Image Aspect Ratio 16:9 Technology LCD TV Tuner
Analogue TV Tuner PAL
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1 Like #1
Not sure the ebuyer reviews can be used as a yardstick for a products quality - do they even post bad reviews?
#2
Bought the 19" for my son for xmas from ebuyer, £189. Great tv. Great picture and excellent conectivity. This is a very good price for the 20" as the 19" is now selling on ebuyer for £230+

Heat & rep added.
#3
Excellent TV/monitor for 208 quid!
I have this exact model and can't fault it in any way.
Well actually, It would be better if it had freeview and secondly I can't get Picture-in-Picture to work.
Pretty minor problems though.

If anyone knows how to get PIP working and which sources it accepts, that would be great!
#4
So it supports 1080p input and outputs it to???
banned#5
canaxis1
Not sure the ebuyer reviews can be used as a yardstick for a products quality - do they even post bad reviews?


I find with review people can't wait to slag of a product, if there was somethign wrong with it there would be at least one un satisfied customer venting off im sure
#6
Well, its resolution is lower than 1080p. So no, it must downscale in order to display the 1080p input.

P.S. This TV has a weird res., doesn't it? Not 720p, not 1080p, but somewhere in the middle. I don't get HDTV.
#7
can the experts suggest if this is a good TV ? it fits my budget perfectly

http://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-M198WA-Monitor-Tuner-black/dp/B000S0Y5XU/ref=pd_sbs_ce_title_7

Thanks in advance
#8
Rudz
can the experts suggest if this is a good TV ? it fits my budget perfectly

http://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-M198WA-Monitor-Tuner-black/dp/B000S0Y5XU/ref=pd_sbs_ce_title_7

Thanks in advance


That range don't have HDMI connections if you need one?
suspended#9
there is no point listing 1080p as an input......... Most tv's do.
No point putting in more than your going to get out. So this tv is 720p.
By looking at the resolutions etc. I would say this is aimed mainly at being a TFT montior. I own the SM226BW and thats the same res.
choose one of Samsung’s brand new award-winning Pebble monitor series.

If its going to be just a TV would recommend buying a TV model with freeview built in. Why buy a TV without it?
#10
This TV/monitor is great picked mine up last month from pixmania for £207.

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/589186/art/samsung/2032mw-syncmaster-20-wide.html

Not sure if there are some codes to go with this (I used the £5 xmas one at the time) :-)
#11
I've got this TV, and I posted this same item just before xmas.
Basically it supports 1080p input, but downscales it slighly.

Very good TV, no dead pixels and a fantastic picture with no white bleed.
#12
I had a samsung before,now it has 3 green dead pix stick together in the middle of the screen,cant use it anymore.
#13
I don't have this model, I have the Samsung SM225MD 22" LCD TV with integrated digital/analogue tv and HDMI with 5ms response time (gray to gray). Recieved this today after ordering it thursday night from BT shop. I've only run this with the supplied VGA cable but it's such a stunning monitor. Could only run Call of Duty 4 at 1280x964 res, something to do with xp or nvidia gpu driver installed, otherwise looks stunning. I've just been playing around with the settings and resolutions. I can highly recommend samsung monitors. Visually stunning and really big.

Minimal screen bleeding, better than I've seen from other more expensive LCDs and no dead pixels. PIP works, was surfing the web watching TV.
Might invest in an upscaling DVD player e.g. samsung one for £50 from amazon, output via HDMI to the max resolutions of the LCD.
#14
Shame about the lack of Freeview. Otherwise it would be a perfect TV / monitor for the office, or for a student.
Still, with the SCART input at least you can use a cheap external Freeview tuner.
Wouldn't mind a 22" version of this. Biggest issue is that it is a 16:10 aspect ratio screen, i.e., mainly a computer monitor resolution (1680x1050), rather than a 16:9 TV resolution, which would be 1680x945. Still, 1920x1080 should appear better on it than on a 1366x768 display if the scaling is done well.
#15
Could anyone point out somegood alternatives that do come with freeview?
#16
Johno84
I've got this TV, and I posted this same item just before xmas.
Basically it supports 1080p input, but downscales it slighly.

Very good TV, no dead pixels and a fantastic picture with no white bleed.


I find this hard to believe. Its more likely its upscaling 720p to 1680x1050.
#17
zebrum
I find this hard to believe. Its more likely its upscaling 720p to 1680x1050.


Are you saying it scales 1080P input down to 720P, then up to the native resolution?

I can believe that because it is ridiculous and things like that happen in the technology arena, but surely it's quicker to just scale directly to the native resolution. I guess one scaling could be happening at the signal input stage, and another at the panel output stage.
#18
any digital tuner??
#19
In TV mode, on the sammy sm225md, you can change the aspect ratio of the image from16:10 to 16:9 and 4:3. With the latter 2, you get the black bars but at least the image doesn't appear squashed/stretched.
If loosing a scart input is an issue, there is always the svideo and component inputs to use. Mine has another card-like slot by the s-video inputs, a santanta sports card i guess.
Bare in mind a cheap basic LCD goes for £100+.
Shame this didn't come with 1920x1080. Only issues I have was when watching a dvd played via my notebook, on movement one could see horzontal lines and when switching channels in the digital tuner mode it seems slower than my freeview box and normal tv.
Why do the larger 37" LCDs have such low resolution compared to this one?

edit - no digital tuner in the samsung 20 inch SM203MW
I thought it just scales the 1080 input down to 720p as it cannot support 1920x1080. The upscaling dvd players on the other hand upscale the image to 720p.
#20
Its NOT wall mountable!!!
#21
I am looking to buy one of these for TV use only.

I think this is eligible for 2.5% quidco, making it a potential £203.43 delivered, has anyone found a better price ?

I looked at a similar Samsung in a shop and it didn't look as if the stand would tilt or swivel, the manual seems to suggest that it should tilt at least, can anyone confirm ?

Also, looking at the manual, it appears that some picture settings are only valid for certain input types - presumably there are no limitations to adjusting SCART input (for freeview) - like there's a couple of presets but you can't adjust colour/contrast/brigthness individually etc. ?
#22
Houldey
P.S. This TV has a weird res., doesn't it? Not 720p, not 1080p, but somewhere in the middle. I don't get HDTV.


It’s a monitor with TV facilities which is why it has a resolution of 1680x1050.

win2000b
If it’s going to be just a TV would recommend buying a TV model with freeview built in. Why buy a TV without it?

I very rarely watch live TV since I bought a twin tuner PVR so the lack of Freeview wouldn’t concern me at all. It depends on your viewing habits of course.
#23
I bought this from richer sounds through VIP club (I just asked for VIP discount) for 199. The freeview Samsung bdx 19" is 250 from play.com. I am very pleased with quality of set and am happy to use external freeview box at that price.
#24
Can anyone comment on what the sound is like from the internal speakers please? While I could cope with an external freeview box & DVD player I wouldn't want to use extra speakers.
#25
The speakers sound alright but they are a bit quiet.

I suppose a good indication of how loud/quiet they are is that I've never had to put the volume on full, so they're more than adequate!!
#26
canaxis1;1398052
Not sure the ebuyer reviews can be used as a yardstick for a products quality - do they even post bad reviews?

They didn't publish mine!
#27
Like the PC monitors, this design does suffer from the wobbles! I was going to buy one recently, but after reading others comments and seeing it wobble in PC World, I bought the Samsung 226CW instead. Just something to bear in mind if your buying the TV version.
#29
vindows
This TV/monitor is great picked mine up last month from pixmania for £207.

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/589186/art/samsung/2032mw-syncmaster-20-wide.html

Not sure if there are some codes to go with this (I used the £5 xmas one at the time) :-)


Bought one from pixmania for christmas for my son. Went through quidco and tracked straight away. He loves it for his xbox and the tv is great as well. The reviews for this tv/monitor are amazing.:thumbsup:
#30
jwinney;1401010
Like the PC monitors, this design does suffer from the wobbles! I was going to buy one recently, but after reading others comments and seeing it wobble in PC World, I bought the Samsung 226CW instead. Just something to bear in mind if your buying the TV version.

Wobbles?

The picture or the telly itself? If it's on a bracket the latter shouldn't be an issue... Should it?!?

All the best for New Year by the way!:thumbsup:
#31
Now gone up to £219.27 delivered (and 2.5% quidco on non-VAT price), so may be cheaper here :

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/135104/samsung-sm2032mw-20-lcd-tv-monitor-/
#32
Love mine, Have everything connected.... xbox 360 (vga), PS3 (HDMI) , Wii (composite), Sky (scart) and PC (DVI-D)... best monitor/TV for the money IMHO. :thumbsup:

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