Technika 32-270 32" Full HD 1080p with built in Freeview £239.20 @ Tesco + 3% Quidco Plus around £5 worth of club card vouchers (There is a difference between full HD & HD Ready) - HotUKDeals
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The difference between HD Ready and Full HD 1080p

Without getting too technical, HD Ready TVs make the image you see on screen out of 720 actual lines of picture, while Full HD TVs use 1080 lines, meaning a denser and hence more detailed image. However, finding the best TV is not just about resolution; see the HD glossary below if you're baffled by the terminology.

Now for the features:

Size: 32" widescreen
HD level/resolution: Full HD 1920x1080
Inputs: 1 SCART, 2 HDMI, Component, Composite, S-Video, VGA, USB
Warranty: 1 year

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#1
A cheap brand and a 3000:1 contrast ratio. Last week I ordered a Panasonic 32", which was only 720p but has a 40000:1 contrast ratio, for £235 (and £11 Topcashback). Personally, I'd prefer to go for a better brand when buying a TV.

Also, it's about time TVs came with Freeview HD as standard.


Edited By: markbargain on Feb 07, 2011 19:47
#2
Why do the millions of people on cable tv want to pay for Freeview HD ?
I don`t even want Freeview.
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unless you sit closer than 2 foot from a 32 inch tv you wont see any difference between 720p and 1080p
#4
markbargain
A cheap brand and a 3000:1 contrast ratio. Last week I ordered a Panasonic 32", which was only 720p but has a 40000:1 contrast ratio, for £235 (and £11 Topcashback). Personally, I'd prefer to go for a better brand when buying a TV. Also, it's about time TVs came with Freeview HD as standard.

Contrast ratio figures have to be taken with a pinch of salt, 40000:1 of your panny will be dynamic contrast ratio, but I am sure it is still much better than the Technika.

I bought a Technika last week and although it is fine for what I want to use it for it isn't a patch image wise on an old sd panasonic plasma I have similar ones to which you could probably pick up for this amount second hand, they would probably last longer too
#5
stephen25uk
unless you sit closer than 2 foot from a 32 inch tv you wont see any difference between 720p and 1080p

Every single TV thread, its either someone saying its no good because it not 1080p or someone suggesting they can determine from a few basic facts wether you will see a difference between 1080p/720p. :(
#6
my friend has one of these he bought a year ago at 349, makes a really nice monitor for his gaming pc, hot this is

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