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Sharp LC32SH130K 32 inch Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview & USB Record - £178.00 @ tesco

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This is a superb 32" HD Ready LCD TV with outstanding picture quality. Built-in Freeview and USB PVR ready mean you never having to miss your favourite TV programme. Freeview being built-in gives choice of up to 50 digital TV channels and 24 radio stations. The TV has high contrast ratio for deeper blacks and whiter whites. There is USB input for video, images and photo playback. This is a superb 32" HD Ready LCD TV with outstanding picture quality. Built-in Freeview and USB PVR ready mean you never having to miss your favourite TV programme. Freeview being built-in gives choice of up to 50 digital TV channels and 24 radio stations. The TV has high contrast ratio for deeper blacks and whiter whites. There is USB input for video, images and photo playback.

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Table that details the specifications of the product Variant
Colour Gloss Black
Table that details the specifications of the product Display & Graphics
Screen Size (in) 32
Resolution 1366x768
Contrast Ratio :02:00
Aspect Ratio 16.9
1080p Full HD N
Type LCD
Flat Screen Y
HD Ready Y
24P True Cinema Playback Y
Brightness (cd/m²) 380
Picture Enhancement Engine 3D Comb Filter
Picture In Picture N
Table that details the specifications of the product Sound
Audio Power Output (Watts RMS) 2 x 6
Digital Audio Output Yes - coaxial
Sound Output Nicam stereo
Table that details the specifications of the product Built-in Devices
Built-in Blu-ray No
Built-in DVD No
Built-in Freesat No
Built-in Freesat HD No
Built-in Freeview Yes
Built-in Freeview HD No
Built-in iPod Dock N
Built-in VCR No
Table that details the specifications of the product Interfaces/Ports
Total HDMI Connections 2
Scart Sockets 1
Front AV Sockets N
RGB Enabled Scart Sockets 0
CI Slot Y
Component Input Y
Ethernet Port N
Headphone Socket Y
Memory Card Slot No
PC Input Dsub (VGA)
S-Video Connection N
USB Port Y
Table that details the specifications of the product Storage
Hard Disc Drive N
Table that details the specifications of the product Compatibility
iPod Dock Compatibility N/A
Plays JPEG Discs Y
Plays MP3 Discs Y
Plays SACD Discs N
Plays VCD Discs N
Table that details the specifications of the product Power
On Power (W) 81
Signal Type Digital
Standby Power (W) 0.5
Energy Efficiency Class C
Table that details the specifications of the product 3D
3D N
Polarisation N
Auto-stereoscopic N
2D To 3D Conversion N
Table that details the specifications of the product Features
Auto Install Y
Electronic Programme Guide (days) 7
Parental Lock Y
Sleep Timer Y
Wall-mountable Y
Intelligent Light Sensor N
LED Technology N
Teletext Y
DLNA Compliant N
Table that details the specifications of the product Accessories Included
Remote Control Included Y
Stand Included Y
Table that details the specifications of the product Additional Information
Whats in the Box Includes: stand, remote control
Table that details the specifications of the product Dimensions
Viewing Angle (°) 178
VESA Wallmount Size 200x100
Height With Tabletop Stand (cm) 55.8
Height Without Tabletop Stand (cm) 52.4
Weight With Tabletop Stand (kg) 12.3
Weight Without Tabletop Stand (kg) 11.6
Product Height 52.4 CM
Product Width 77.7 CM
Product Depth 8.7 CM
Product Weight 11.6 KG

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    dooper
    Review... http://www.which.co.uk/technology/tv-and-dvd/reviews/led--lcd-and-plasma-tv/sharp-lc-32sh130k/review/

    Score 48%

    Genuine Sharp TVs start at Series LE6, e.g. xxxxLE6xx ... xxxxLE7xx ... xxxxLE8xx. This is not a proper Sharp. Designed & made in Turkey by Vestel. The TV behind the Sharp badge is essentially the same as in the 'Supermarket' TVs made by Vestel.

    http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/toshiba-40bv801b-40-inch-1080p-freeview-hd-amazon-299-free-delivery-1154079#post13824863 ... Post #33... "I wouldn't touch anything made by Vestel and rebadged. I have repaired many Vestel products with hitachi/toshiba etc on them. They are cheap because ...they are cheap! Inferior builds and components compared to proper branded builds. It really is worth paying a little extra".
    EastLondon
    It may be a poo tv but a 32inch with freeview for £178 is not bad at all.Should be hot imo
    tass1
    Thanks for the above comment, it has made my mind up!
    savwana
    I got one from sharpdirect a couple of months ago and its pants. Picture is poor, build quality is poor, and it tells me my signal is poor one minute and excellent the next, thus causing the picture to break up constantly. (My signal isnt poor, it is a very good signal)
    garbage456
    You have repeated text in opening post twice.
    garbage456
    savwana
    I got one from sharpdirect a couple of months ago and its pants. Picture is poor, build quality is poor, and it tells me my signal is poor one minute and excellent the next, thus causing the picture to break up constantly. (My signal isnt poor, it is a very good signal)


    1st 3 reviews on website disagree with you
    talksalot81
    Sorry but who cares?! It is cheaper than anything else available... you can't exactly go expecting to buy the cheapest TV and have it being top of the range! However, whilst this is not going to be the best TV, you can be pretty confident it will not be the very worst. In my mind that makes this a steal for a second TV and it makes anyone voting cold a bit of an idiot.
    fauji786
    frenchy77
    I bought a 32" tecknica last year for £170 even though some people on here were spouting reviews/specs etc and trashing it. It is still working. Still gives a good picture. Still gives good sound. I am still very happy with the purchase.

    No: these are not £3000 50" 3D LED mutts nutts tvs that would love to have a cigarette after a movie and would like to make you breakfast in the morning...

    Yes: they do a decent job for the money if you do not have much to spend.
    kaze11
    This really isn't a good tv, it is worth to pay more for a better one.
    pink thing
    I Bought one last week. Nothing wrong with it. Freeview scan went fine but I'm using it with a V+ box. Some people seem to be missing the point here. This is not a top of the range telly. It's a £178 telly. A 32" LCD for £178! The picture quality is great..for a £178 telly. The build quality is great..for a £178 telly. It looks great..for a £178 telly. You get the picture. If you're looking for a 32" telly on a budget..then this is fine. I'll be upgrading my main telly to a £1200 Panasonic plasma in 6 months. I'll be expecting THAT to be top class. I didn't expect this to be top class..and I'm not disappointed.

    I'd recommend this no problem. ;)
    colin1961
    I bought this tv 4 months ago at £219 with a 3 year warranty and am very happy with. No problems at all. Set up was childsplay (or should that be adults play these days as the kids are for better than us at these things now!)

    I also recommend it without hesitation.

    If you want a £600 TV for £178 then you're not going to get it, but if you want a perfectly decent 32" LCD TV for £178 then rush out and buy this one before it sells out because at this price its an absolute bargain.
    frenchy77
    pink thing
    I Bought one last week. Nothing wrong with it. Freeview scan went fine but I'm using it with a V+ box. Some people seem to be missing the point here. This is not a top of the range telly. It's a £178 telly. A 32" LCD for £178! The picture quality is great..for a £178 telly. The build quality is great..for a £178 telly. It looks great..for a £178 telly. You get the picture. If you're looking for a 32" telly on a budget..then this is fine. I'll be upgrading my main telly to a £1200 Panasonic plasma in 6 months. I'll be expecting THAT to be top class. I didn't expect this to be top class..and I'm not disappointed.

    I'd recommend this no problem. ;)


    EXACTLY - Well said :)
    savwana
    garbage456
    savwana
    I got one from sharpdirect a couple of months ago and its pants. Picture is poor, build quality is poor, and it tells me my signal is poor one minute and excellent the next, thus causing the picture to break up constantly. (My signal isnt poor, it is a very good signal)


    1st 3 reviews on website disagree with you

    Lots of people disagree with me, doesn't make them right. I have the equivalent model from Panasonic and it wipes the floor with this Sharp set.
    pink thing
    savwana
    Lots of people disagree with me, doesn't make them right. I have the equivalent model from Panasonic and it wipes the floor with this Sharp set.


    How much did you pay for the Panasonic?
    savwana
    £224, well worth the extra fiver
    pink thing
    Don't you mean well worth the extra £57? ;)
    savwana
    No wise guy, cos at the time i bought the sharp it was £219 and this was the cheapest i found it, and at the time i bought the Panasonic it was £224, again, the cheapest i could find it.:p
    pink thing
    How much is the Panasonic now? £168? If not, then you can't compare the two ;)
    savwana
    I can and did compare the 2, i stand by my first comment, which remains:
    "I got one from sharpdirect a couple of months ago and its pants. Picture is poor, build quality is poor, and it tells me my signal is poor one minute and excellent the next, thus causing the picture to break up constantly. (My signal isnt poor, it is a very good signal)"
    You and others may be happy with this inferior TV, i and others are not.

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