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seems a good price for a full HD TV! sorry dont know any more specs (wish i did!) as we got them in last week for sale today but i'm on holiday!

our store (redcar) really hasnt got space for them as theres already a 37" neon on sale for £349 with built in dvd. so if you cant find it just ask! it'll probably be still out back!
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#1
Seems very cheap

Do you know the model number?
#2
Stacey613
Seems very cheap

Do you know the model number?


no sorry. will try though as we are just about to goto middlesbrough store for a shop...... maybe buy it?! :whistling:
#3
I bought this TV from Morrisons last week as the price for a full HD 37" was brilliant but too good to be true and I can safely say it's the worst television I have ever spent money on!!! The picture is awful even on Virgin HD, poor quality on Xbox 360 via VGA cable, contrast is rubbish....need I go on??? Taking mine back this afternoon for a refund and going to Richer Sounds to get a decent brand maybe Samsung/Sony 32" for same money.

Don't be kicking yourself in the ass for the next 2 years because you could have got a much better TV for the money!
#4
I personally wouldnt bother with a non known brand when it comes to HD TV's as there are too many variables that make a good picture, stick to well known brands and as mentioned above better getting a good 32" rather than a poor 37".

Is a crazy price for a 37" which should instantly ring some alarm bells.
#5
Well, what can i say to the comments above.
Firstly, I own this Brand of TV and have done for approx 5 years. I purchased from Woolworths when it was still alive & kicking.
Only difference here without knowing the model of the one here, is mine has not got the Freeview built in. it is a 37" and has 2 HDMI and, scarts etc etc..
Picture is superb and sound etc is great. I have never had one issue with it in all the years i have had it. I bought this for £500 approx 5 Years ago and @ the time, that was a Fantastic deal & price etc etc.
SO, maybe this new model 5 years later is poor, i can't comment on that sadly, but the one i have is fine and i have seen it up against the so could Brand Names, and the difference is none.
From what someone told me a while back, mind was an LG or Panasonic re badged more or less for a fraction of the price. Can't remember the exact model, but it was a branded make inside it, Parts wise, screen etc and just came with a different name on the front.
#6
Nice to see the 2 comments above being so honest :thumbsup: . You get what you pay for so spend the extra and get a Sony/Panny even if it means dropping a screen size.Like the post says 'don't spend the next 2 years regretting it' . Shame because its a good price though :thumbsup:
#7
well i've got 1! not got it set up yet though

model is - LCD 37"IDTV WITH FULL HD (how weird is that?!)

it has 2 hdmi, 2 scart (1 RGB), composite, component, VGA, auido in, line out, sub out, spdif optical out, spdif coax out, hedphones socket & CI slot.


http://img194.imageshack.us/img194/8992/62870283.th.jpg

http://img231.imageshack.us/img231/2650/img0159mg.th.jpg
#8
I may go for this, heading there in an hour anyway so I'll check it out.
#9
Kahlon
I may go for this, heading there in an hour anyway so I'll check it out.


make sure you ask! middlesbrough didnt have them on sale & neither will redcar as both have the neon 37" out with no space for the techwood!

i've bought the first 1 from boro so they should have atleast 4 more left :)
#10
I'm currently in Leeds :) I just haven't changed my location on this site. Thanks for the tip though, there are 2 Morrisons nearby so I will have a look in the bigger one at first.
#11
well i like it! :)

got my PS3 on 1080P & its giving better picture than my sagem 50" 1080i TV (5 star rated in which sound & vision mag when i got it 4 years ago)
#12
Had a look seems harmless, the Neon is only £20 more and has a DVD player in it. anyone else got any info yet?
#13
celticbull2008
Well, what can i say to the comments above.
Firstly, I own this Brand of TV and have done for approx 5 years. I purchased from Woolworths when it was still alive & kicking.
Only difference here without knowing the model of the one here, is mine has not got the Freeview built in. it is a 37" and has 2 HDMI and, scarts etc etc..
Picture is superb and sound etc is great. I have never had one issue with it in all the years i have had it. I bought this for £500 approx 5 Years ago and @ the time, that was a Fantastic deal & price etc etc.
SO, maybe this new model 5 years later is poor, i can't comment on that sadly, but the one i have is fine and i have seen it up against the so could Brand Names, and the difference is none.
From what someone told me a while back, mind was an LG or Panasonic re badged more or less for a fraction of the price. Can't remember the exact model, but it was a branded make inside it, Parts wise, screen etc and just came with a different name on the front.


I bought this from Woolworths 4 years @ £400 but mines is called "Technosonic" LOL

Fantastic TV, can't go wrong with the price. own a 32" Sony LCd you can't tell the difference.

It's actually a Thompson brand not LG or Panasonic!

Hot from me, if you haven't seen pq of this tv then don't vote cold because trurly it's awesome!
I got a PS3 and watch 720p films on it all the time.
#14
I can take pictures of the HD quality if anyone is interested, you'll see how great the picture quality really is.
#15
Kahlon
Had a look seems harmless, the Neon is only £20 more and has a DVD player in it. anyone else got any info yet?


alot of staff have been buying the neons at work. they are usually cheaper than techwood, better looking than techwood (ALL butt ugly until this new range of 19",22" & 37") & have built in dvd players. they've all said its really good picture quality.

this neon 37" is £20 more with dvd but is only 1080i & 1 year guarantee (techwood 1080P & 2 year)

i'm not keen on the techwoods freeview, but thats probably because i'm used to the delights of my toppy! LOL it does the job any cheapo freeview box would do.

been trying the indiana jones 4 bluray to compare it to my 50" 1080i sagem as i'd just watched it yesterday. for me its just that bit better picture, could pick up the details more on the techwood.

so if anyone wants to buy a 50" tv with over a years guarantee left then let me know! LOL £350 with stand & in the for sales thread :thumbsup:
#16
shame, the Sammy 32'' at Tesco's last week was about £30 less, and a much better deal! Same tv is on here today, for still a little less than this, I think, but not from Tesco.
#17
still not made up my mind yet... Decisions decisions.
#18
Just rang up the customer services support line (0845 116 111).. it's a 50 Hz.. still a good deal though.
#19
anyone else got one of these?
#20
Kahlon
anyone else got one of these?


Yes,got one from Morrisons last week and must say I was impressed with it.

If you plan to put it up on the wall and have an e-bay account then get your bracket from there(around £30) other than that other places sell it for around £70+

Picture is very clear and crisp also the sound from the speakers but I plan to add S/S system in the future.

I think it was £329 well spent and it got me in the good book with the wife:thumbsup:
#21
Kahlon
Had a look seems harmless, the Neon is only £20 more and has a DVD player in it. anyone else got any info yet?


The Neon product is not full HD whereas this product is.

They are both cracking offers though!
banned#22
At this price, I would rather get a 32" branded decent LCD.

Unbranded LCDs tend to have a really poor picture on normal sky/virgin/freeview viewing.

To the OP goto Richer Sounds in Middlesbrough or maybes look in House of Fraser and spend your money on a good 32" or spend more and get a good 37"(if your set on this size).

For years I have slated Samsung TVs but the LE32B450 is actually quite a good TV and you can pick it up for £300.

As for full HD, I wouldn't worry about that as you wont see the difference at this size or price.
#23
Whilst there's undoubtedly some snobbery involved in people's criticism of the quality - £329 will get you a branded 32" with a 5 year warranty from Richer Sounds and I'd go that route myself.

Those extra 5 inches of screen may or may not matter to you but below 40" TrueHD/1080 matters not 1 jot (in fact there's a reasonable argument to say 720 is BETTER at those sizes) and personally I'd like some piece-of-mind that the set is covered because flatscreens do seem prone to having 'issues'.

Horses for courses ofc.
#24
celticbull2008
Well, what can i say to the comments above.
Firstly, I own this Brand of TV and have done for approx 5 years. I purchased from Woolworths when it was still alive & kicking.
Only difference here without knowing the model of the one here, is mine has not got the Freeview built in. it is a 37" and has 2 HDMI and, scarts etc etc..
Picture is superb and sound etc is great. I have never had one issue with it in all the years i have had it. I bought this for £500 approx 5 Years ago and @ the time, that was a Fantastic deal & price etc etc.
SO, maybe this new model 5 years later is poor, i can't comment on that sadly, but the one i have is fine and i have seen it up against the so could Brand Names, and the difference is none.
From what someone told me a while back, mind was an LG or Panasonic re badged more or less for a fraction of the price. Can't remember the exact model, but it was a branded make inside it, Parts wise, screen etc and just came with a different name on the front.


I have the same tv as yourself and paid the same price also from Woolworths back in the day. I dont agree with your comments however about it being as good as the brand names. Mines is still running strong and it does look fantastic on an HD source but it does suffer from juddering on a fast moving image which was a regular complaint on AV Forums concerning this tv. The contrast is also pants.

For the £500 i paid for it i cant argue mind as it has served me well.

In this day and age though when you can pick up a brand name tv for the same price as this, i would take a name like Samsung over this one anyday.:thumbsup:
#25
Waste of £329, just my opinion. I also didn't think self promotion was allowed????
#26
simate
Waste of £329, just my opinion. I also didn't think self promotion was allowed????


Bit harsh on the self promotion front, unless OP is Mr Morrison:whistling:

He has bought one with his hard earned himself and given an opinion on it:thumbsup:

Doesn't matter to me either way we don't have Morrisons in Norn Iron;-)
#27
MrKA
Just rang up the customer services support line (0845 116 111).. it's a 50 Hz.. still a good deal though.


So what if its a 50hz? Thats been the standard for god knows how long. The only reason people started caring about that is because manufacturers are shoving it down everyones throat making it seem as though its a must have to have 600hz motionflow and all that crap. The same thing they will no doubt try with '3DTV', which will fail epically.

As for the deal, its a brilliant price for watching things in 720p and gaming. From experience there only seems to be a difference in cheaper brand and the well known brands once you reach the biggers size screens. I saw almost no difference switching from a UMC 32" to a 32" Sammy, apart from slightly better black levels in the Sammy. But the same can be said between the well known brands that make 40" to 50" sets as my 40" Sammy looks exactly the same picture quality wise as my mates 50" Panasonic plasma, which cost over twice as much.

At the end of the day, if youre happy with what you pay for, then who cares what anyone else thinks about it? :)
#28
steveymp
Bit harsh on the self promotion front, unless OP is Mr Morrison:whistling:

He has bought one with his hard earned himself and given an opinion on it:thumbsup:

Doesn't matter to me either way we don't have Morrisons in Norn Iron;-)


Well, the first deal I ever posted on here, admin accused me of working for the company, I have no idea why as I was unemployed at the time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! After numerous PM's they still removed the deal I posted, it was for some dvd-r's, nothing special, I don't know why they thought what they did, was very strange.
#29
May be expired because its now only £299.
#30
Don't know if this is the same Company.
http://techwood.en.china.cn/
#31
striker33
So what if its a 50hz? Thats been the standard for god knows how long. The only reason people started caring about that is because manufacturers are shoving it down everyones throat making it seem as though its a must have to have 600hz motionflow and all that crap. The same thing they will no doubt try with '3DTV', which will fail epically.

As for the deal, its a brilliant price for watching things in 720p and gaming. From experience there only seems to be a difference in cheaper brand and the well known brands once you reach the biggers size screens. I saw almost no difference switching from a UMC 32" to a 32" Sammy, apart from slightly better black levels in the Sammy. But the same can be said between the well known brands that make 40" to 50" sets as my 40" Sammy looks exactly the same picture quality wise as my mates 50" Panasonic plasma, which cost over twice as much.

At the end of the day, if youre happy with what you pay for, then who cares what anyone else thinks about it? :)


There's nothing wrong with 50Hz.. hence i said 'still a good deal'. Although for info the 'standard' is 50/60 Hz on CRT TV's. on LCD/Plasma it's more or less mostly 100Hz not. If you own a 100Hz tv you will probably notice a screen flicker on a 50Hz TV. This is not everyone though.. just something a lot of people have found. Also on some 50Hz TV's some people have noticed that when there is a lot of activity on the screen (action, explosion etc) it can sometimes blur somewhat.

Also i hear from another post it's down to £300 now? Very tempted.. might go have a look in store tomorrow :-D
#32
I bought the tv last night for £299 and its a belting deal at that price,i cannot find one with the same spec any cheaper,this is our first lcd and i have just replaced our 28" jvc with it.
the sound is good and i was blown away after configuring my xbox to 1080p the graphics are now stunning.
I was dubious about investing into a not well known brand but i am very happy now i have set it up.
If your after a bargain then go for it!!
I cant wait to upgrade to sky hd now and looking forward to watching the world cup this summer.

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