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Good price for a full HD LCD TV (only 0.5% Quidco)

Let me know if you find better, I need a 32"

Toshiba 32BV700B, 32 inch Full HD 1080p Digital LCD TV. A perfect buy for the first time HD buyer. The 32BV700B has a sleek gloss black design and gives you Toshiba quality and reassurance as well as an affordable price tag.

The 32BV700B offers 2 HDMI connections and built in Freeview tuner; It has a PC input socket and USB port; NICAM sound system.
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#1
Have some heat

Edited By: sonygeezer on Oct 21, 2010 20:22: spelling
#3


and in what world is that a better deal??
#4
forest2002
and in what world is that a better deal??


cant you count....its £50 cheaper....so its a better deal if you are looking for a 32 inch tv...duh


Edited By: spacebhouy on Oct 21, 2010 20:46: wrong order
#5
brand name, full hd, colour contrast, number of hdmi sockets.......need i go on?

You'd have to be a complete bafoon to buy this comparing the two unless £250 is your absolute limit and even then there are still much better sets than this for the price.

So i'll presume you're on the wind up and leave it at that.

Edited By: forest2002 on Oct 21, 2010 21:14: .
#6
brand name..your having a laugh...all parts in "lesser name" tv's are the same parts that are in as you call them"brand names"......and i know as i work in the buisness....Brand name goods are just priced dearer because folk like yourself are duped into buying them....and dont bother with the condecending tone in your post...unless you know EXACTLY what your talking about ..dont bother replying to ANY of my posts. Some people want cheaper items this xmas as times are hard...so if people want a 32inch for under £250 then it is a decent deal.
#7
Well that £250 32" full HD tv will make a perfect xmas present for my parents :D (they still have a 28" cRT lawl).

Oh and yes most TV's are sourced from a few companies like Samsung provides TV's for like 5+ different brands - same stuff inside just diff name and slight aesthetic diffs.
#8
http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/samsung/le32b350/sams-le32b350
http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/lg/32lh2000/lg-32lh20starstar
http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/lg/32lh3010/lg-32lh3010
http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/toshiba/regza-32lv665/tosh-32lv665

There you go then 2 minutes of searching from one retailer and found 4 32" lcd's under £250 all better than your alternative. I completely appreciate people want value for money, my problem was with the selection you specified which was quite poor.

I appreciate you work in 'the business' and as an AV installation engineer of 7 years myself I fully believe in 'you get what you pay for' in AV and while the lesser brands often offer good value for money, my point of buying a brand name is you're more likely to get better customer service should the worst happen.






Edited By: forest2002 on Oct 21, 2010 21:49: .
#9
hmm that Samsung looks good pity no Richer Sounds near me :(
#10
theres a philips 37" @ RS for £199

ok - not a "current" model but for the price.....
#11
spacebhouy
brand name..your having a laugh...all parts in "lesser name" tv's are the same parts that are in as you call them"brand names"......and i know as i work in the buisness....Brand name goods are just priced dearer because folk like yourself are duped into buying them....and dont bother with the condecending tone in your post...unless you know EXACTLY what your talking about ..dont bother replying to ANY of my posts. Some people want cheaper items this xmas as times are hard...so if people want a 32inch for under £250 then it is a decent deal.

if only you'd put FACT at the end ... I would have believed you then .. :p

There is no way on earth that brand name goods are "just priced dearer because folk like yourself are duped into buying them" ... otherwise all sets would look and perform the same.

I would go for my Sony set every time over rola-cola brands such as Alba etc.

But, you're the expert.... enjoy watching your TV.
#12
i thought the whole point of posting was to say whether a deal was good or not, and to ask questions. not to say 'hang on this is a better deal'. if it is a good deal- post it as a new thread! fyi this tv is also available at this price from comet.
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spacebhouy
brand name..your having a laugh...all parts in "lesser name" tv's are the same parts that are in as you call them"brand names"......and i know as i work in the buisness....Brand name goods are just priced dearer because folk like yourself are duped into buying them....and dont bother with the condecending tone in your post...unless you know EXACTLY what your talking about ..dont bother replying to ANY of my posts. Some people want cheaper items this xmas as times are hard...so if people want a 32inch for under £250 then it is a decent deal.


As you posted a link to Currys and say your in the business then I would assume you work for Currys and can correctly assume that if you do work for Currys then you know absolutely nothing about anything in the world of consumer electricals.

Please explain that if cheapo brands have the same internal workings as a well known brand then why is it that cheapo brands do not have as good as picture? I don't expect an answer because what you said is utter drivel. Cheapo brands may have SOME components from the more expensive brands but they are cheap because they do not have ALL the components from the more expensive brands hence being cheaper and giving cheaper results.
#14
spacebhouy
forest2002
and in what world is that a better deal??
cant you count....its £50 cheaper....so its a better deal if you are looking for a 32 inch tv...duh

Theres always one numpty isnt there!!!

Its a bit like saying, why spend £10,000 on a Ford Fiesta when you can get a Toyota Aygo for £7000.

Youre not comparing like for like.....Toshiba are a well known respected make, nobody has ever heard of the garbage tv make youve linked to.

Edited By: spenspuma on Oct 22, 2010 10:47: .
#15
To be honest i think hes trolling - nobody could seriously be that dumb
#16
Personally I wouldn't buy anything electrical from Play.com ever again after a Toshiba hdd of mine bought in July this year failed a few days ago. The only reply so far from Play is that I have to go to Toshiba to sort it out, yet on Toshiba's site they say you have to go to the seller. While this is true in the UK under the SOGA, the SOGA does not apply to Play.com because they are in Jersey. I am awaiting a responce from Play after me having sent them the link to Statutory Consumer Rights in Jersey ( 13.1.0.L1 ) which says they must sort it out.
#17
spenspuma
spacebhouy
forest2002
and in what world is that a better deal??
cant you count....its £50 cheaper....so its a better deal if you are looking for a 32 inch tv...duh


Theres always one numpty isnt there!!!

Its a bit like saying, why spend £10,000 on a Ford Fiesta when you can get a Toyota Aygo for £7000.

Youre not comparing like for like.....Toshiba are a well known respected make, nobody has ever heard of the garbage tv make youve linked to.


I would buy the Toyoto over a Fiesta any day, loads more for your money and much more reliable.

Your second point is spot on though.
#18
I wouldn't buy anything electrical from Play again. Getting the things returned and a refund on the postage is a nightmare. I only buy stuff there that I can afford to write off, like cheap cd's and dvd's. Since they were taken over their customer service has gone totally down the pan. I used to spend a fortune on Play, but not anymore.

On the tv debate - I bought one of the cheap Toshiba 19' tv's from Tesco and it is a great little telly, much better than the Samsung I got from Argos which is a very similar spec. From my experience, all tv's are not the same. I would buy a Panasonic over any other brand actually, as their reliability and customer service is really good.

Edited By: aurora on Oct 22, 2010 11:03: spelling
#19
This isn't a bad price, but as mentioned above, Play aren't particularly fully reliable anymore. They used to be a really great cut price website, but now their standards have slipped so if I can avoid them for a better website I will.

I'm looking for a 32" HD TV as a present for someone come Christmas and I don't really want to go half-effort and buy a HD Ready, I rather pay the extra £30 (as it is usually) and buy the Full HD 1080p version. A lot more bang for your buck really, and I was looking at LG as they have a particular 32" Full HD model floating around the internet for around £300-330. It'd be nice if everyone could share their experiences not just with their LG TVs but all brands so we know what might be reliable etc.

I remember buying a cheapo brand HD TV a few years ago, 26" I think, and it broke after a few days, took it back and got a replacement, that starting showing screen pixel wear after a few days so took it back for a full refund. Moral of the story here, never trust cheapo brands with expensive technology, not worth the hassle or risk.
#20
TGHunter
This isn't a bad price, but as mentioned above, Play aren't particularly fully reliable anymore. They used to be a really great cut price website, but now their standards have slipped so if I can avoid them for a better website I will.

I'm looking for a 32" HD TV as a present for someone come Christmas and I don't really want to go half-effort and buy a HD Ready, I rather pay the extra £30 (as it is usually) and buy the Full HD 1080p version. A lot more bang for your buck really, and I was looking at LG as they have a particular 32" Full HD model floating around the internet for around £300-330. It'd be nice if everyone could share their experiences not just with their LG TVs but all brands so we know what might be reliable etc.

I remember buying a cheapo brand HD TV a few years ago, 26" I think, and it broke after a few days, took it back and got a replacement, that starting showing screen pixel wear after a few days so took it back for a full refund. Moral of the story here, never trust cheapo brands with expensive technology, not worth the hassle or risk.
#21
oops didnt actually comment there.

ok i have an lg 32 in hd ready tv. picture is fantastic when connected to normal sky and a dvd player. my only quibble is the sound quality from volume levels 10-20 there isnt actually any noticable increase in volume. however id imagine the same is true for most lcd brands. from experience the best sound comes from panasonic sets, i stick to the old adage - you get what you pay for
#22
I like play. The only problem I ever had got resolve quick and hassle free.

I suppose it's like anything else , it's your own experience that counts. The amount of people I have heard arguing how good hopsitals are. One person had a nightmare so all hospitals are bad. Another guy got wounderfull treatment etc, etc.
#23
Amazon 32RV753B Freeview HD £329

I know £30 extra, but worth it for inbuilt HD receiver. Nectars points also.
#24
simate
spenspuma
spacebhouy
forest2002
and in what world is that a better deal??
cant you count....its £50 cheaper....so its a better deal if you are looking for a 32 inch tv...duh
Theres always one numpty isnt there!!!Its a bit like saying, why spend £10,000 on a Ford Fiesta when you can get a Toyota Aygo for £7000.Youre not comparing like for like.....Toshiba are a well known respected make, nobody has ever heard of the garbage tv make youve linked to.
I would buy the Toyoto over a Fiesta any day, loads more for your money and much more reliable.Your second point is spot on though.

Your missing the point though....and you robably arent aware but, Toyota Aygos are not 'real' toyotas...they are cheap imports that are badged with either a Peugeot(106) Toyota (aygo) or Citroen (c1) badge on them,...they are not the same quality as a normal toyota because in all intents and purposes they arent a Toyota.

The point being...you cant just say "i can get a car for £7k so why spend £10k", theres a good reason why one iis more expensive than another....and ive youve ever been in and test driven both the Fiesta and Aygo (which i have) then you know the Fiesta quality, drive and spec is FAR FAR far superier to the cheap imports which are Aygo,C1,106
#25
Just because Samsung makes the screen for the cheapo brand doesn't mean all the internals and picture processing systems are the same...
#26
Heres an alternative...

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003EEM1M4/ref=oss_product

I got this last week and its a quality piece of kit....

Plays HD movies from the built in USB port and sound quality for the speakers is not half bad for a flat screen TV.

I would guess most people want this size TV for the bedroom and are not interested in 5.1 surround sound anyway....

I dont know about this LG (looks good to me also) compared to my samsung, all I can tell you is that I am blown away by the quality of the Samsung......

Check out reviews here :

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/samsung-le32c530-le40c530-20100813815.htm
#27
Good deal. I just bought one of these from Argos and I am happy with it. My old CRT blew. The XBox looks brilliant through it. I dont have Blu Ray but I have DVD with HDMI upscaler and it looks pretty good to me.

The sound is OK but you never are going to get brilliant sound out of a HD TV unless you are paying big bucks. You can always connect it up to a 7.1 system etc.

It also appealed to me because I have an Argos card and I could buy now pay in 9 months which is only just over £30 a month.
#28
32" Full HD, 4 x HDMI, £269.98
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/229958

And yes, I WOULD rate Hanspree over Tosh (and I'm actually a Tosh fan), very well made kit.

Also, the power consumption on the Hanspree is a LOT less (115W vs 150W), while response time is a little faster (6ms vs 8ms), and contrast ratio is higher (albeit 'dynamic', so no need for anyone to go into a rant about it, I know those numbers are usually meaningless, in reality anything above 1000 static CR is fine for a 32" LCD).



Edited By: jukkie on Oct 22, 2010 13:03: ....
#29
mywife
[url=Amazon 32RV753B Freeview HD £329]Amazon 32RV753B Freeview HD £329[/url]I know £30 extra, but worth it for inbuilt HD receiver. Nectars points also.

Use voucher code TVPROM10 to get this price; the £10 slightly more than covers the 'next day delivery' option. That's the one I've gone for, so thanks for the heads-up.
#30
spenspuma
simate
spenspuma
spacebhouy
forest2002
and in what world is that a better deal??
cant you count....its £50 cheaper....so its a better deal if you are looking for a 32 inch tv...duh
Theres always one numpty isnt there!!!Its a bit like saying, why spend £10,000 on a Ford Fiesta when you can get a Toyota Aygo for £7000.Youre not comparing like for like.....Toshiba are a well known respected make, nobody has ever heard of the garbage tv make youve linked to.
I would buy the Toyoto over a Fiesta any day, loads more for your money and much more reliable.Your second point is spot on though.


Your missing the point though....and you robably arent aware but, Toyota Aygos are not 'real' toyotas...they are cheap imports that are badged with either a Peugeot(106) Toyota (aygo) or Citroen (c1) badge on them,...they are not the same quality as a normal toyota because in all intents and purposes they arent a Toyota.

The point being...you cant just say "i can get a car for £7k so why spend £10k", theres a good reason why one iis more expensive than another....and ive youve ever been in and test driven both the Fiesta and Aygo (which i have) then you know the Fiesta quality, drive and spec is FAR FAR far superier to the cheap imports which are Aygo,C1,106


WRONG WRONG WRONG WRONG WRONG, Aygo's, C1's and 107's are all built by Toyota. (They're the same car!)

They are a budget car built to a price.

I do agree with the principal of the statement though, sometimes you get what you pay for.

Back on topic, the tv you posted is not Full HD for a start, plus there was a 720p samsung on here recently for the same money, so its not really a good competitor.

a pandpand said, would look at a 32RV753B, it also has DNLA.
#31
pandpand
mywife
[url=Amazon 32RV753B Freeview HD £329]Amazon 32RV753B Freeview HD £329[/url]I know £30 extra, but worth it for inbuilt HD receiver. Nectars points also.


Use voucher code TVPROM10 to get this price; the £10 slightly more than covers the 'next day delivery' option. That's the one I've gone for, so thanks for the heads-up.


I've got the 37" version and it's excellent. You deffinitely won't be disappointed :)
#32
mywife
[url=Amazon 32RV753B Freeview HD £329]Amazon 32RV753B Freeview HD £329[/url]

I know £30 extra, but worth it for inbuilt HD receiver. Nectars points also.


It's £40 extra.
#33
brez
Heres an alternative...

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003EEM1M4/ref=oss_product


I got this last week and its a quality piece of kit....

Plays HD movies from the built in USB port and sound quality for the speakers is not half bad for a flat screen TV.

I would guess most people want this size TV for the bedroom and are not interested in 5.1 surround sound anyway....

I dont know about this LG (looks good to me also) compared to my samsung, all I can tell you is that I am blown away by the quality of the Samsung......

Check out reviews here :

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/samsung-le32c530-le40c530-20100813815.htm


Nice heads up. I was just wondering what the actual contrast ratio is as the description says "high" which as you can agree is a little bit of a rough estimate. :P
#34
don't know if anyone interested but this is £299 with 5year warranty as standard.
just a thought?

http://www.johnlewis.com/231068126/Product.aspx
#35
I got the 37" tosh reganza 1080p freview hd for £324 delivered from Amazon off a deal on here a couple of weeks ago. Bigger screen, better spec 4 hdmi,free view hd etc etc. Am using it as a pc monitor.

Loads of great tv deals at the moment this is the standard price point for 32" full hd screens now without hd tunner.

Edited By: alera on Oct 22, 2010 15:36: edit
#36
TGHunter
brez
Heres an alternative...

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003EEM1M4/ref=oss_product
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http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003EEM1M4/ref=oss_product


I got this last week and its a quality piece of kit....

Plays HD movies from the built in USB port and sound quality for the speakers is not half bad for a flat screen TV.

I would guess most people want this size TV for the bedroom and are not interested in 5.1 surround sound anyway....

I dont know about this LG (looks good to me also) compared to my samsung, all I can tell you is that I am blown away by the quality of the Samsung......

Check out reviews here :

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/samsung-le32c530-le40c530-20100813815.htm


Nice heads up. I was just wondering what the actual contrast ratio is as the description says "high" which as you can agree is a little bit of a rough estimate. :P



I know, its a bit vague eh??

Not sure of the actual specification to be honest mate, all I know is that after buying around 4 or 5 LCDs (for various family members) over the past few years, it rates as my personal best!

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