Tevion 47" 1080p LCD TV with freeview and 2 HDMIs now £899.99 in-store! - HotUKDeals
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Tevion 47" 1080p LCD TV with freeview now £899.99 in-store!

I was in the Feltham branch of Aldi yesterday when I saw the Tevion 47" LCD marked down from £1099 to £899.99. I was looking at it for a while, one hand on my wallet, debating (no rude jokes now!) whether to buy it or not.

Good deal for such a large TV that's 1080p but I think it would be too big for my living room.

I thought I would let you peeps know should one of you want a behemoth 1080p monster.

I don't know if this is nationwide.
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#1
I thought it was a good deal for size/spec, etc!

:thinking:
#2
Monkey nuts 2
I thought it was a good deal for size/spec, etc!

:thinking:


I've marked it hot.

What was the guarantee like? 12 months?

Ash
#3
ash.connor
I've marked it hot.

What was the guarantee like? 12 months?

Ash


Usually 3 years at Aldi on TV's.;-)
#4
you usually get a 3 year swap guarantee with aldi.if its repairable they repair it if not they exchange it for another one
#5
I'm looking for a big TV but I know nothing about them. Is this a good spec for the price?
#6
PDF file with details of the TV from AV forum:

http://uk.aldi.com/images/data_produ...0eab2486dd.pdf

Fully HD ready with HDCP decoding and 2 HDMI inputs (480i/p, 576i/p, 720i/p, 1080i/p) • 1920 x 1080 resolution for ultimate
HD compatibility

Integrated digital tuner for receiving all free-to-air digital channels

LG Philips Grade A+LCD panel

2 x HDMI sockets

In plane switching

Progressive Scan

Teletext

Viewing angle 178°/178°

1600:1 Contrast Ratio

550cd/m2 Brightness

Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Displayable colours: 16.7 million colours

Response time: 8ms

Input type: Analogue Tuner and Digital Tuner (DVB-T), AV input (CVBS), S-Video input, PC input (D-Sub 15Pin), 2 x Scart inputs (full/half), 2 x HDMI inputs

99 programmes

Auto tuning system

Sleep timer

Audio Mute

AVC (Automatic Volume Correction)

Nicam stereo, 15W rms per channel digital audio amplifers

Picture-in-picture via external source

Carton Dimensions: 1325mm (W) x 1030mm
(H) x 485mm (D)

TV dimensions: 1040mm (W) x 741mm
(H) x 258mm (D)

Weight: TV 53kg/in box 58kg

Free tilting wall bracket worth up to £89.99

Free 3 year guarantee and helpline
worth up to £159.99

I hear that it also has componant input! :thumbsup:
#7
foolsgold99
I'm looking for a big TV but I know nothing about them. Is this a good spec for the price?


1080p is the highest HD standard.

It's progressive scan with 1920×1080 or exactly 2,073,600 pixels.

1080p and 1080i are currently the highest-resolution formats widely used for broadcasting and consumer distribution of video content.


So this tele can play everything in the highest quality.

But before buying check for HDMI ports, contrast ratio, brightness and built in tuner(which you probably have to buy).

3 year gurantee is well needed in my house of destruction.

Ash
#8
You Wont Find A 47inch 1080p Lcd Tv Under £1099 Anywhere Mate So Yes Its A Good Spec For Price. It Was A Good Price At £1099.it Would Probably Cost Around £1400+ For A Branded Model . Who Cares If Its Not A Sony Or A Sharp. You Pay Extra For A 3 Year Guarantee Usually Too
#9
Thanks everyone for your help. I wonder if they are doing them in any the stores in and around Glasgow?
#10
At this size I'd say a plasma is better for SD viewing, esp freeview
#11
Plasmas have better contrast and response time yes, but you'll only get 720p - ie half the resolution. Still, with 20/20 vision you need to sit at 7 feet for 1080p at 47" to be worth it (but further if better than 20/20 vision, nearer if worse). If you plan to sit at 10 feet like most people then the plasma is better.

As for SD: yuck. If you plan to buy >40", don't watch broadcast SD if you can help it. Get a HD source or it's a waste of money.
#12
theres an thread on the lcd on the av forums - there have been a load of problems with them id adbise reading there before you buy one! I had the 40" one and overall its been pretty good but having read the avforums glad i didnt get the 47" one!
#13
Avoid this set, if you need some proper help on this tv and all of its faults check out avforums.com
#14
Thanks for the advice.
1 Like #15
Just to let you know, I have had this LCD TV for 7 years now and still working, This is better then most makes!

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