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Sharp Aquos LC32DH510 32" LCD TV - £281.95 Delivered @ ASDA

£281.95 @ George (Asda George)
This seems a good deal for a high-ish spec 32" LCD TV £277.00 + £4.95 del or free collection instore This new Sharp Aquos TV has the new Time Shift function, which by just inserting a memory sti… Read More
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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
This seems a good deal for a high-ish spec 32" LCD TV £277.00 + £4.95 del or free collection instore

This new Sharp Aquos TV has the new Time Shift function, which by just inserting a memory stick allows you to:

- Record & Rewind, user watches live signal while it is being stored in memory. “Rewind” function is available.
- Pause, picture is frozen on the screen, live signal recording continues.
- Playback, user watches recorded data from memory while live signal is being stored in memory. “Fast Forward” and “Rewind” functions are available.

Time Shift allows you to take a break while you are watching, to replay something you have missed, or even to skip through the adverts! The USB slot also allows you to watch movies downloaded from your PC too, and also listen to music and watch slideshows of your photos.

All these features would be pointless if the picture and sound quality, but the LC32DH510 delivers here too. The image is crisp and bright thanks to the HD ready sceen with 25,000:1 contrast ratio, and you will be blown away by the 2 x 10W Dolby Surround Sound. It is copmleted nicely with built-in Freeview, to allow you to get watching straight away.

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#1
good price i will just wait for the reveiws on here
#2
Don't forget your 8% quidco... at almost £300 thats about £24 more off the price taking it down to £260 ish.
#3
Got this TV for the bedroom when Best Buy had their opening offer at Merry Hill Shopping Centre for £199, very pleased with it, has a great contrast ratio with decent backlight tweaking bar, does take a while to fine tune to get a decent natural picture, but there is a decent array of picture tweaking options in order to do so.

Also will play H.264 from USB along with MP3 and JPG, be warned that the USB record facility is only for timeslip, not for permanent recordings.

The only downside of the TV connection wise is it has no 15 pin D-plug VGA input for PC, also only has 2 HDMI sockets (not really an issue for a bedroom tv for me, but maybe for some, still something a HDMI switchbox overcomes easily)

All in all a good budget TV, however at closer to £300 there may be other options to consider in that price range, check clearances at places like Richer Sounds if more inputs or (not really that necessary on 32" unless using for PC) 1080P is needed.
#4
Now down to £277 and with quidco (8%) down to £254.84
#5
Link to What HiFi review


Edited By: bill888 on Aug 21, 2010 08:02: explanation added
#6
Just thought I'd add for everyone that this is not 1080p.

Resolution is 1366x768.

The price is low nonetheless.
#7
Could you hook up an portable laptop hardrive (say a 320GB one) and use that to record onto instead of a memory stick?
#8
My mum bought the £299.99 sharp Tv that was on offer at Currys in January and the USB port will play MKV off a USB hard Drive,I took my external hard drive round which i use with my WDTV player and it played the MKV films off that just fine, im not sure if this is the same model but I should imagine it would be the same technology inside
#9
cerulean blue
Could you hook up an portable laptop hardrive (say a 320GB one) and use that to record onto instead of a memory stick?

As said in my own little review of the unit, be warned that the USB record facility is only for timeslip, not for permanent recordings....therefore once you have finished rewinding, skipping through adverts etc, recording is deleted, it doesn't store, a hard disk then would be redundant for that purpose. It uses the USB stick as a temporary cache only for recording freeview in timeslip mode.

However you can connect an external hard disk for data storage of DIVX etc.
#10
wouldnt be a bad set at all, but id always be tempted by the lg ld450 or the samsung c450... pick them both up around £300, there your full HD sets for not a lot more money, btu the quidco does make a big diff here
#11
joeprosho
wouldnt be a bad set at all, but id always be tempted by the lg ld450 or the samsung c450... pick them both up around £300, there your full HD sets for not a lot more money, btu the quidco does make a big diff here

Yeah, I agree totally, I am really pleased with the set personally, but I only paid £199 for it, for the money in comparison to supermarket budget tvs at that price its spot on, for the RRP its way overpriced, and for those that don't use Quidco there are as you say better options out there for £300, the Quidco here is the deal or not.
#12
Why are people so obsessed by Quidco, I've had major issues with them in the past with regard to cashback, and the offers they do aren't spectacularly different than other cashback sites. I'd never use them again.
#13
raiderfra
Why are people so obsessed by Quidco, I've had major issues with them in the past with regard to cashback, and the offers they do aren't spectacularly different than other cashback sites. I'd never use them again.

Obsessed? I don't think that is the right word, considering I have got about £300 cashback in a year using it I find it practical not an obsession, it doesn't take long to log in and use it as an affiliate link and reap the rewards.

Personally not had problems more than a couple of times I have had to submit an enquiry ticket....but recently got £40 back on my home insurance which has practically paid for half of it, so to me that was a great offer, of course like other cashback sites, offers are not usually great on general purchases, but it all mounts up.

Of course there are other cashback sites, but offers can vary on them, if you have had problems with Quidco have you checked your browser settings?
#14
Without I hope going too far off topic, Quidco seems to be the only one to actually charge customers a fee.
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I have this TV from bestbuy. It supports ever video file data I've tries.

Mkv, divx HSBC, mp4 720/1080p they all work.
Also accepts ntfs and fat32 hard drive.
#16
Does anyone know if this tv can play XVID files?
#17
padders
Does anyone know if this tv can play XVID files?
Yes it can, it can also play MKV, MP4, VOB etc;

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