TECHNIKA 24" FULL HD READY 1080P LED TV WITH BUILT IN FREEVIEW & DVD now £176 @ tesco - HotUKDeals
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Because you want your TV to look as good as it performs, the Technika 24-635 24" HD ready LED TV has a super slim, glass picture frame design. Within this slim frame is a built-in DVD player and 1080p picture quality, along with built-in Freeview and touch sensor controls on the front cabinet. This screen doubles as a PC monitor and you can make the most of USB record and playback via the high speed memory stick
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Assembled Dimension Depth 18
Assembled Dimension Height 40
Assembled Dimension Units cm
Assembled Dimension Width 58
Assembled Weight 6.4
Assembled Weight Units kg
Audio Power Output Rms in W 6.5
Auto Install Yes
Brand Technika
Brightness 250 nit
Built in Ipod Dock No
Built-in Blu-ray No
Built-in DVD Yes
Built-in Freesat No
Built-in Freesat HD No
Built-in Freeview Yes
Built-in Freeview HD No
Built-in VCR No
Ci Slot Yes
Colour Black
Component Input Yes
Contrast Ratio 800
Digital Audio Output Yes - coaxial
Display Type LED
Dlna Compliant No
Electronic Progamme Guide in Days 7
Ethernet Port No
Features of Product Full HD1080P Ready. Super slim glass picture frame design . Can be used as a TV/or PC monitor. Touch sensor controls on front cabinet. Built-In Slim DVD Player. USB Record & Playback via high speed memory stick (not supplied). On Power (Watts) is <40. Plays DivX Discs
Flat Screen Yes
Front AV Sockets No
Full HD 1080p Yes
Hard Disc Drive No
HD Ready Yes
HDMI Connections 2
Headphone Socket Yes
Height With Tabletop Stand cm 40
Height Without Tabletop Stand cm 37
Intelligent Light Sensor No
Is 3D No
LED Technology Yes
Memory Card Slot No
Parental Lock Yes
PC Input Dsub (VGA)
Picture Enhancement Engine yes
Picture Frequency in Hz 50
Picturein Picture No
Plays JPEG Discs Yes
Plays MP3 Discs Yes
Plays Sacd Discs No
Plays Vcd Discs Yes
Product Depth 4 cm
Product Height 40 cm
Product Weight 6.4
Product Weight Units kg
Product Width 58 cm
Remote Control Included Yes
Resolution 1920x1080
RGB Enabled SCART Sockets 1
SCART Sockets 1
Screen Size in Inches 24
Signal Type Digital
Sleep Timer Yes
Sound Output Nicam stereo
Standby Power in Watts <1
S-video Connection No
Table Stand Included Yes
Teletext Yes
True 24p Cinema Playback No
USB Port Yes
VESA Wallmount Size 100x100
Viewing Angle 150(V); 160(H)
Wall Mountable Yes
Warranty Period 1 Year
Weight KG With Tabletop Stand 6.4
Weight KG Without Tabletop Stand 5.8
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#1
Sound isn't much cop but the picture it produces is fantastic!
#2
see now this is a bit bigger than the 22" i ordered so now i am considering, too many tv deals through all at once makes brain hurt :)
#3
seems alot of tv for the money, have some heat
#4
Bargain for the money. heat added
#5
Nice!
#6
I can see it does a lot, but does it make tea?
#7
Will this cut the mustard as a monitor as well. This seems a bargain other than thus I've been looking at a samsung ue22c4010pw which is a beauty but £215 cheapest and no deals but it would look good with the mac mini I plan to purchase.
#8
Good deal. Worth the gamble as long as you are taking an extended guarantee out with it !!!!!!!!
#9
I have been trying for this tv since before christmas and everywhere was out of stock. It was being sold instore for £230. Happy days shadow1 X) It's a xmas prezzie for my daughter who would only settle for this tv. Thanks a heat added.
#10
Is there some reason people arent jumping on this as quickly as they did for the smaller, non Full HD and non USB versions?
#11
Looks good
#12
sianlouisa
Will this cut the mustard as a monitor as well. This seems a bargain other than thus I've been looking at a samsung ue22c4010pw which is a beauty but £215 cheapest and no deals but it would look good with the mac mini I plan to purchase.

"Can be used as a TV/or PC monitor" in the OP
#13
I got the earlier model version LCD24-610 and I had FOUR of them before getting a refund.

Decent enough as a TV but wouldn't scale to 1920 x 1080 on my PC (well the first one did but had a big mark behind the screen).

Other ones had issues from a monitor perspective (scaling) and dead pixels.

This one might be different but found Technika to be luck of the draw to be honest.
#14
Dusty
Sound isn't much cop but the picture it produces is fantastic!


Can you recommend a TV this size with good sound?
#15
I have this TV, use it for Sky/PS3 and PC and its excellent. Ok, the sound isnt GREAT, but its not bad... Does anyone else have it? And if so, does anyone know the Sky Code for the Remote? I've tried a few, but to no avail...

Cheers!
#16
Pro's:

- LED Screen
- 1080p HD (previous Technika deals over the past 24 hours are 720p)
- Bigger screen than the other deals (previous ones posted were the 19" and 22")

Cons/uncertainties:

- Brand
- Build quality
- Lack of reviews
- Warranty terms (you can pick up a decent LG from eBuyer with 3 year warranty inclusive at the same price as this)

Hmmmm.


Edited By: S c 0 TT y on Feb 01, 2011 12:54: edit
#17
You can also get a tilt bracket for £10.53.
#18
romeospadre
Dusty
Sound isn't much cop but the picture it produces is fantastic!
Can you recommend a TV this size with good sound?

Im yet to hear of any flat LCD TV with good sound, theres just no space to put good speakers. My 40" Sony is OK for normal TV but for films I had to buy a home theatre kit.
#19
RBG7
Is there some reason people arent jumping on this as quickly as they did for the smaller, non Full HD and non USB versions?

How about because of over £100 difference. Perfectly happy with my non Full HD and USB 19" as a spare TV and all I can afford at the moment!
#20
RBG7
Is there some reason people arent jumping on this as quickly as they did for the smaller, non Full HD and non USB versions?

my thoughts exactly sometimes it amazes me at what gets jumped on for example the same deal posted one day recieves cold votes yet another day scorcio hot.
#21
sianlouisa
Will this cut the mustard as a monitor as well. This seems a bargain other than thus I've been looking at a samsung ue22c4010pw which is a beauty but £215 cheapest and no deals but it would look good with the mac mini I plan to purchase.

Features of Product Full HD1080P Ready. Super slim glass picture frame design . Can be used as a TV/or PC monitor. Touch sensor controls on front cabinet. Built-In Slim DVD Player. USB Record & Playback via high speed memory stick (not supplied). On Power (Watts) is <40. Plays DivX
#22
These sets are OK providing you treat them for what they are Budget Tv's and nothing else. Rumors of dead pixels and unreliability are true however it's just there are more returns on these compared to Top brands TV's.
Funny I heard that tescos often try and push the 3 year warranties on TECHNIKA so that customers didn't get too much grief if their set dies in the 2nd or 3rd year. I hope thats not the case..

Edited By: modelman on Feb 01, 2011 16:45
#23
modelman
These sets are OK providing you treat them for what they are Budget Tv's and nothing else. Rumors of dead pixels and unreliability are true however it's just there are more returns on these compared to Top brands TV's.Funny I heard that tescos often try and push the 3 year warranties on TECHNIKA so that customers didn't get too much grief if their set dies in the 2nd or 3rd year. I hope thats not the case..

its usually the other way round they try to sell you a warranty on a product that doesn't go wrong so money in the bag for them
#24
Just bought one. Fantastic picture and excellent sound. Am surprised about earlier comments about sound quality. Great value for money.
#25
Could anyone confirm the following for me please:

1) The pictures appear to show no branding, is that correct?
2) Where are the posts (especially HDMI and power cable) located I need to wall mount so need them on the side or bottom, not facing out the back
3) The spec states its 4cm thick, is that accurate or are there any parts protruding which would increase its depth when wall mounted.

Torn between stumping for this and waiting for another branded LED TV dropping in price.

Thanks
#26
Mentos
Could anyone confirm the following for me please:

1) The pictures appear to show no branding, is that correct?
2) Where are the posts (especially HDMI and power cable) located I need to wall mount so need them on the side or bottom, not facing out the back
3) The spec states its 4cm thick, is that accurate or are there any parts protruding which would increase its depth when wall mounted.

Torn between stumping for this and waiting for another branded LED TV dropping in price.

Thanks

Not sure what you mean in 1.
I have just wall mounted mine using the Tesco wall mount kit which you can order at the same time for an extra tenner and a few pennies.
Aerial is on left side as you look at it as are all the other connectors. Power feeds up from bottom about half way along bottom.

Depth from wall is 13cm when using the Tesco wall mount. The tv itself is 4 cm so the wall kit adds 9cm.

I would say it is neater wall mounted than it is on the pedestal (which you remove when wall mounting)
#27
OK just looked at Tesco website. The photo there doesn't do it justice. The Technika brand is in the middle at the bottom.
#28
Stuteman
Mentos
Could anyone confirm the following for me please:1) The pictures appear to show no branding, is that correct?2) Where are the posts (especially HDMI and power cable) located I need to wall mount so need them on the side or bottom, not facing out the back3) The spec states its 4cm thick, is that accurate or are there any parts protruding which would increase its depth when wall mounted.Torn between stumping for this and waiting for another branded LED TV dropping in price.Thanks
Not sure what you mean in 1.I have just wall mounted mine using the Tesco wall mount kit which you can order at the same time for an extra tenner and a few pennies.Aerial is on left side as you look at it as are all the other connectors. Power feeds up from bottom about half way along bottom.Depth from wall is 13cm when using the Tesco wall mount. The tv itself is 4 cm so the wall kit adds 9cm.I would say it is neater wall mounted than it is on the pedestal (which you remove when wall mounting)

Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions. Just to be clear the connections all feed in from the left, so they wouldn't prevent me using a flusher mount then yours? I just want to make sure you don't mean they are located on the left of the TV, but the cables come out of the back of the TV.

WRT question 1, I mean are there any logo's visible on the front of the TV. Or is it just a plane black bezel without any logo's or other branding showing who its made by, as the picture appears to show

Thanks again
#29
No they come out the side on the left as if it has been specially designed for wall mounting. As I said above there is a "Technica" brand in silver on the bottom and it is not plain as shown on Tesco website.

I'll try to add some photos later if I can figure out how to but to re-assure you the max depth when connected is 4cm as per the depth of the tv.



Edited By: Stuteman on Feb 04, 2011 07:33: add
#30
Bought one. My very own 1st TV.
Yippeee!
#31
Stuteman
No they come out the side on the left as if it has been specially designed for wall mounting. As I said above there is a "Technica" brand in silver on the bottom and it is not plain as shown on Tesco website.I'll try to add some photos later if I can figure out how to but to re-assure you the max depth when connected is 4cm as per the depth of the tv.

Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions. I've been searching for a suitable kitchen TV for a bit. It looks like it ticks all the boxes apart from the logo, decisions decisions :)
#32
Can anyone, who owns one of these, tell me any details about the recording/playback from a memory stick. What format does it record in and can it play AVI's ?. When it says high speed does it just mean USB2?
#33
scotty16
Can anyone, who owns one of these, tell me any details about the recording/playback from a memory stick. What format does it record in and can it play AVI's ?. When it says high speed does it just mean USB2?


I am amazed at the speed at which it recognised my 500gig single usb hdd and populated the files as well. DVD player is somewhat loudish like all slot loading ones.

It plays AVI files and only AVI. That sucks cos most of the dl movies are mkv, which are not supported.
#34
metalheadkicks
scotty16
Can anyone, who owns one of these, tell me any details about the recording/playback from a memory stick. What format does it record in and can it play AVI's ?. When it says high speed does it just mean USB2?


I am amazed at the speed at which it recognised my 500gig single usb hdd and populated the files as well. DVD player is somewhat loudish like all slot loading ones.

It plays AVI files and only AVI. That sucks cos most of the dl movies are mkv, which are not supported.

Does this have component inputs?

was thinking of getting one but heard they dont have component inputs?
you know the red green blue things
#35
It has Y/Pb/Pr inputs. Is that what you are looking for?
#36
Stuteman
It has Y/Pb/Pr inputs. Is that what you are looking for?


are you 100% sure as alot have been saying it doesnt!

thats why i was asking someone who has bought one.

thanks anyway
#37
They are labelled on the back of the TV and also described in the manual.

As far as I know with Tesco you can return the product if you are not happy so why not get one and check it out. I can only tell you what is on mine. However, it doesn't seem to be listed on Tesco's website anymore.
#38
GreekEnigma
Stuteman
It has Y/Pb/Pr inputs. Is that what you are looking for?


are you 100% sure as alot have been saying it doesnt!

thats why i was asking someone who has bought one.

thanks anyway


Yes it has component however its not the regular red green blue. Its like a stereo headphone jack, but it supports component. You will need to buy the stereo headphone jack to component cable, like the one you use to hook up tv to ur Ipod Video Classic.

Probably cos there isnt any space for anymore sockets, cos it also has an express card slot/ or is it CF card slot? I read you can get some extra paid channels using this slot.
#39
I had an avi file which was not playable on this unit.

It says in the manual only xVid supported.
#40
d
metalheadkicks
GreekEnigma
Stuteman
It has Y/Pb/Pr inputs. Is that what you are looking for?


are you 100% sure as alot have been saying it doesnt!

thats why i was asking someone who has bought one.

thanks anyway


Yes it has component however its not the regular red green blue. Its like a stereo headphone jack, but it supports component. You will need to buy the stereo headphone jack to component cable, like the one you use to hook up tv to ur Ipod Video Classic.

Probably cos there isnt any space for anymore sockets, cos it also has an express card slot/ or is it CF card slot? I read you can get some extra paid channels using this slot.


DAYMIT
would of bought if new this
are they all out of stock instore and price bk up?

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