Tevion 32" HD Ready LCD Television 1080i £349.99 - HotUKDeals
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Benefiting from the very latest advances in high-definition technology, this spectacular TV brings images to life to such a degree youll believe you can reach out and touch them.

* HDTV compatibility: 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i
* 1 × HDMI socket
* NICAM stereo
* Teletext over 2000 pages
* DVB-T tuner with MHEG5 for Freeview reception
* Contrast ratio: 1500:1
* Brightness: 500cd/m2
* Response time: 6.5 milliseconds
* 200 programme channels
* Viewing angle: 178°
* A+ Grade panel
* Size: 800 × 100 × 598mm
* Weight: 15.3kg
* 3D digital comb filter
* 2 × 8W stereo speakers
* VGA input
* Video (RCA) input
* Component input (RCA)
* Stereo audio input (RCA)
* 2 × SCART connections
* Full function remote control (with batteries)
* Colour capacity: 16.7 million colours
* Power consumption: only 170W
* Wall mountable (bracket not included)

HD detail like youve never seen before
High Definition is the greatest advancement in television technology since black and white changed to colour. A TV bearing the HD Ready logo has the ability to display High Definition broadcasts of 720 or 1080 lines, as opposed to standard broadcasts of 625 lines. The detail HD delivers is staggering. A HD screen contains more pixels which allows you to see every blade of grass, every thread, every feather in crystal clear clarity.

FREEVIEW included
All Tevion HD TVs now include built-in Freeview, which means you will have a greater number of Digital channels (and radio programmes) to choose from in an instant. Plus, thanks to the RED button facility, you can interact with your TV, actually taking part in the programme youre watching.
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#1
Any views on this tv compared to the Sony from Woolworths that is in Hot Deals at the moment?
#2
Does anyone have or know anything about this TV?

Any views appreciated.
#3
Is it better then hanspree?
#4
yinujim
Is it better then hanspree?


It has Freeview, the Hanspree doesn't.
#5
The price is too close to branded TVs eg. Sharp, LG, Toshiba and Sony & Samsung the other day.

I know what I would go for.
#6
yinujim
Is it better then hanspree?

The Hansspree is total rubbish, my friend has it and he regrets buying it.

I now feel sorry for him that he has to live with a bad TV :-(.
#7
gd_miester
The price is too close to branded TVs eg. Sharp, LG, Toshiba and Sony & Samsung the other day.

I know what I would go for.



er............ Can you give us a clue ??

My guess is Tevion ???? ;-)

:giggle: :whistling: :giggle:
#8
This Tevion has a 3 year warranty as well, also you have 28 days to return it for any reason if you are not happy, how many of the big brands can offer that?

Voted HOT.;-)
#9
looks pretty good. Now just need to find a 37/42 incher :)
#10
gd_miester
The Hansspree is total rubbish, my friend has it and he regrets buying it.

I now feel sorry for him that he has to live with a bad TV :-(.


I agree. I also bought a Hannspree JT01-32E2. Arrived Monday and so far 4 faults.

1. Sound cuts out at low volumes.
2. Reds appear orange, change the tint control and all the other colours are wrong.
3. Red ghosting
4. Sharpness setting has to be reset every time you switch the TV on/off.

some other minor niggles as well so stay well clear.

Just arranging for mine to be returned. Pity really as its a good looking TV.
#11
gd_miester
The price is too close to branded TVs eg. Sharp, LG, Toshiba and Sony & Samsung the other day.

I know what I would go for.



where?
#12
try the mirai one from misco for 299, meant to be a great tv and better than the hanspree on according to AVForums. Also get a cheap wall mount for 19.99 from tesco!
#13
Diekund
where?


Loads of places - a quick search will do it.

Empire direct has 10% off everything code. So from the top of my head (im not even going to look at the prices, all an assumption);

Toshiba 32" - £405
LG - £400
Sharp £410

None of those prices include quidco or any cashback.
#14
roadster
I agree. I also bought a Hannspree JT01-32E2. Arrived Monday and so far 4 faults.

1. Sound cuts out at low volumes.
2. Reds appear orange, change the tint control and all the other colours are wrong.
3. Red ghosting
4. Sharpness setting has to be reset every time you switch the TV on/off.

some other minor niggles as well so stay well clear.

Just arranging for mine to be returned. Pity really as its a good looking TV.


Yep, it has all of those problems, and another big fault is the black detail, put it this way - there isnt any.

It says it has a contrats of 1200:1 - it seems more like 600:1 to me.

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