Sharp LC32D12E - 32" Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview - £199 @ Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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Seems a good price for a 32 inch LCD TV?

Experience exceptional levels of picture quality and functionality with the Sharp LC32D12E 32" LCD TV. This HD ready TV offers a deep, rich picture in 1366 x 768 resolution, with CCFL backlighting illuminating the image beautifully. Built-in Freeview allows access to over 50 digital TV channels with no subscription necessary, and 2 HDMI inputs allow you to connect to high definition sources such as a Blu-ray player or games console.Packed full of beautiful features, the LC32D12E is encased in a stylish black finish, complementing any living room.

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#1
Seems like fairly decent reviews! http://www.reevoo.com/p/sharp-lc32d12e
#2
Saw this instore earlier for the same price, very good price, considering nearly a year ago I bought for the bedroom a Sharp 32" TV (different model) for this price as an opening offer at Best Buy, and here we are a year later seeing these prices on branded TVs hitting stores normally.
#3
Had a Sharp 32" LCD TV for close on 3 years now. It's been excellent and I've never ever regretted buying it. Great picture especially in HD and good sound. I paid close to £500 for mine so £199 is ultra cheap.
#4
Joe90_guy
Had a Sharp 32" LCD TV for close on 3 years now. It's been excellent and I've never ever regretted buying it. Great picture especially in HD and good sound. I paid close to £500 for mine so £199 is ultra cheap.


Have to say, really pleased with ours for a bedroom tv, nearly a year old now, bought from Best Buy last year opening offer (32DH510) and like this it plays video from USB.
#5
Might be a stupid question but can you wall mount a tv on an internal wall??
#6
Number1One
Might be a stupid question but can you wall mount a tv on an internal wall??


yes, but you will need some vesa brackets
#7
does this have a VGA input?
#8
1366x768. not that really good for pc use
#9
The spec reads

Full HD 1080p No

Is this correct?
#10
binning
The spec readsFull HD 1080p NoIs this correct?



Er..........perhaps that is why this is labelled as HD ready.......?

pfffffff........I don't even know why do I borther to reply
#11
binning
The spec reads

Full HD 1080p No

Is this correct?


its a 1080i tv
#12
KiNG
binning
The spec reads

Full HD 1080p No

Is this correct?


its a 1080i tv


There are no 1080i TV's on sale, this is a 720p set. LCD's by their own nature can't display interlaced pictures, only progressive ones.

This set can accept a 1080i signal but will scale the image to the native resolution of the panel.
#13
Not bad at all if it plays from USB.
#14
Picard123
Number1One
Might be a stupid question but can you wall mount a tv on an internal wall??


yes, but you will need some vesa brackets


Cheers, googled to find out what they are lol :)
#15
Cheap as chips
#16
Sold 6 of these today at work. Good picture quality and cracking price. If you want one id order it quickly as we sold out of all of them in store today and had to send customers to the Direct desk.
#17
Wow how many dam tv mounts are there lol
1 Like #18
Number1One
Wow how many dam tv mounts are there lol


Just make sure you buy a bracket that has a maximum VESA size of 200x200. When installing on an internal wall make sure you screw into the wooden batons so the wall can support the weight. You can buy a stud wall detector like this to help you - http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.208-0615.aspx

Brackets like these would be ok - http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.206-6537.aspx or http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.209-7241.aspx
#19
Got a 26" of these couple of years ago for the bedroom from Next.
Cracking TV.........Cost £160 at the time and that was a bargain.
Go for this at this price.
Hot.....
;)
#20
Thanks, just ordered.

£15 off when you use the code TDX-TNPR so £184 in total. It wouldn't let me select a delivery date at checkout so went for the collect option which saved a fiver anyway!

Edit: Didn't realise the code was mentioned in the OP, was so eager to order before it goes out of stock I googled and found the code elsewhere!

Edited By: clueless78 on May 15, 2011 19:18: edit
#21
kharma45
KiNG
binning
The spec reads

Full HD 1080p No

Is this correct?


its a 1080i tv


There are no 1080i TV's on sale, this is a 720p set. LCD's by their own nature can't display interlaced pictures, only progressive ones.

This set can accept a 1080i signal but will scale the image to the native resolution of the panel.


There are very few 720p (1280 x 720) sets on the market, this set has a native resolution of WXGA (1366 x 768).

If the set does not accept 1080p video signals for most people that shouldn't be an issue. However, if like me you use a HDMI matrix (or plan to in the future), I would suggest you stump up the extra for a set which can accept 1080p video signals. As it can become pretty annoying having to switch video output settings on source devices for one TV, let alone potential EDID issues.
#22
Thanks.
Just ordered one for the bedroom.
£189 delivered.
#23
Thanks bought for my mam £189 delivered. heat added.x
#24
Blimey, £189 is a steal for 32".

£3.98 clubcard and 3% Quidco.

Edited By: Infinite Element on May 15, 2011 22:24: .
#25
does this have vga input ..please reply
#26
very good deal
#27
Component inputs 1
DVI Inputs None
HDMI Input 1
Scart Connections 1
USB Ports 1
VGA (HD-15) Inputs 1
Digital TV
HD-Ready Yes
Digital-TV
ATSC Tuner No
HD Logo HD Ready
Features
Additional Stand/Cabinet included No
Built-In DVD / HDD / VCR No
Skype No
Measures
Dimensions HxWxD 52.4x77.6x9.4 cm
Screen Size (cm) 81.28 cm
Weight 25.57 lb
Weight 11.6 kg
Picture
1080p24 Support No
3D-Ready No
Brightness 350 cd/m2
Frequency N/A
Full HD (1920x1080) No
Image Enhancement Engine N/A
Pixel Response Time 2.5 ms
Progressive Scan Yes
Resolution 1366x768
Screen Format Widescreen
THX Certfied Display No
Viewing Angle H/V 170/155 degrees
Product
Product name Aquos LC32D12E
Product properties
Built-In Digital TV Tuner / Freeview Yes
Digital Tuner Type DVB-T
Energy Saving Trust N/A
Screen
Screen Size 32 in
Type LCD
Sound
Speaker Output 2x2.5 W
Speakers Stereo
#28
Rapture512
does this have vga input ..please reply

So, to answer your question, yes. According to this site, anyway:

http://en.kioskea.net/guide/2656922-sharp-aquos-lc32d12e
#29
not sure why but quidco track as a transaction of £169? (i had £4 of clubcard vouchers on top of the £15 discount making it £180)

this deal is scortching
#30
morales
not sure why but quidco track as a transaction of £169? (i had £4 of clubcard vouchers on top of the £15 discount making it £180)

this deal is scortching



They only pay out on ex VAT price of item.
#31
Wow Got mine for at least £156, finally I have used clubcard points collected in the last 10 years (yes I have wasted 8 years worth)

after quidco this should cost me 143.52

Stonker of a price
#32
Its a 720p panel with a resolution of 1366 x 768

So its not HD but is still a good price for this level of TV, good for occasional bedroom use or maybe a childs bedroom!
#33
cicobuff
Joe90_guy
Had a Sharp 32" LCD TV for close on 3 years now. It's been excellent and I've never ever regretted buying it. Great picture especially in HD and good sound. I paid close to £500 for mine so £199 is ultra cheap.

Have to say, really pleased with ours for a bedroom tv, nearly a year old now, bought from Best Buy last year opening offer (32DH510) and like this it plays video from USB.


I've had a 32" Sharp for the last 5 years andit's still going stong. Well worth it!
#34
I find it strange that anyone would want to buy a 720p tv when you can get a decent 1080p one for only a little more (lg ld450 for ~ £240) definitely not necessary at this size but still
#35
this is an absolete screen. for few pounds more you can get 1080p. Can easily be used as monitor for pc but at 1080p, make a lot more sense.
#36
Ordered!

Cheers OP!
#37
badasschris
I find it strange that anyone would want to buy a 720p tv when you can get a decent 1080p one for only a little more (lg ld450 for ~ £240) definitely not necessary at this size but still

Most people (almost every woman on the planet and a lot of men) don't really care about 1080p. They'd rather save £50, especially for a bedroom telly.
#38
ordered for the kids bedroom £189 delivered plus £3.98 in clubcard and 3% cashback. Now i need to sell the 22" they've got already. ;O i shouldn't really come on here cos I spend too much on things I don't really need.
1 Like #39
I don't get this obsession with 1080p and 32" TV. I've got a 42" Samsung plasma HD ready - the picture is terrific even at that size - vibrant colours, great night time detail etc. Terrestrial HD is 720p, and it could even be that a tv which is native 720p shows a better picture than one which needs to downsample 1080 to 720. Some people lose sight of the fact that resolution is one factor, but other factors may lead to a better picture on a 720p TV than one which is 1080p. I've played back copies of bluray HD files which were reduced to below 720 resolution and they look fantastic. Let's keep it in perspective. This Sharp tv is likely more than capable of doing main viewing duties. Anyhow, just bought one and voted hot fwiw :-)
#40
After much deliberating, I've decided to order one. This will look superb on our bedroom wall!

I advise everyone to go through Quidco or TCB and also login to your Tesco account and use any outstanding vouchers you might not know about. And don't forget the voucher code TDX-TNPR for £15 off at checkout!

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