samsung le32c530 32 full hd 1080p lcd tv @ £350.@ Sainsburys - HotUKDeals
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Hi

Is this a good deal for a full HD 1080p 32 inch TV? I have one reserved at my local Sainsburys. I can not find anything else at that size unless you go for a different brand. Richer Sounds has le32b530 for less, but is that not a much older model.

I noticed it has just one scart lead, is that an issue? I currently only use one for my Sky plus, so does that mean I can't add a DVD player. Will upgrade to SKY HD at somepoint though no doubt

Thanks very much
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banned#1
you can always use a scart switch, either that or buyer a dvd palyer with hdmi for around £26
#2
Thanks for the advice, much appreciated :)
#3
I'm not too familiar with the sky + box but I'm sure it probably has a component out connection which should give you a much better picture than scart.

This TV seems a good deal, but with the richersounds model you can get it and a 5 year guarantee for £363, and its still 1080p
#4
This is a HD tv and probably that's why there are 3 HDMI's for HD sources and only 1 scart for legacy equipment
#5
Cold.

I looked at Amazon for a review, without searching for any prices and even there it is ten quid cheaper, @£340.20 delivered so may well be cheaper still elsewhere!
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-LE32C530-32-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/B003EEM1M4
#6
nihcaj
Cold.

I looked at Amazon for a review, without searching for any prices and even there it is ten quid cheaper, @£340.20 delivered so may well be cheaper still elsewhere!
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-LE32C530-32-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/B003EEM1M4


A cheaper instore price though? I'd prefer to walk into a store and talk to a manager, than email some customer service person if I had a problem with the TV. For the sake of £10 I'd go for the instore option.
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imdave;8784319
A cheaper instore price though? I'd prefer to walk into a store and talk to a manager, than email some customer service person if I had a problem with the TV. For the sake of £10 I'd go for the instore option.


You haven't trekked around for Richer Sounds advertised products before then?

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