Toshiba 32" LCD TV 32C3035DB £405 instore (or less) or £430 delivered Empire Direct - HotUKDeals
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This tv is very highly regarded on the AV Forums and can be picked up from an ED store for only £405 if you order online. You also get 2% Quidco so basically you can get this for under £400 including Quidco.

This model is a slight update of the 32c3030db.

To get the £405 price follow the instructions below
On the basket page, in the voucher ID box enter - EM3974 - and in the Username/Email box enter - EDSAVE . Once these 2 codes have been entered, click the - Empire Direct Secure Checkout - button at the top right of the page. On the next page click - Proceed to Checkout - and then you will see your product with a 10% discount ready for purchase!

Can't test the voucher at the moment as the ED is very almost as flaky as HDUK website.

Some specs for the telly

32" Widescreen LCD TV * Integrated Digital Tuner * HD Ready * Resolution 1366x768 * Brightness 500 cd/m² * Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 4000:1 * NICAMstereo sound * 20W RMSoutput * 2 HDMIconnections * 2 SCARTsockets (1 RGB)

Thanks to the reminder from Cutthroat Jake - if you pay £20 to become an Extra member you get an additional 2 years warranty
- gari189
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#1
Great price for the specs! £100 more than the Hanspree but probably worth it. Voted Hot (Just wish I could afford more than the Hanspree!)

Edited So I'm Not A Moron...
#2
This is a good deal for a toshiba, for the guy saying the contrast ratio is over 3x, dont forget the toshiba is 4000:1 but is dynamic, hanspree is 1200:1 but fixed. so in reality, they have roughly the same contrast ratio. I bought the hanspree and am very pleased with it so far.
#3
[SIZE=1]Would people who compare this with something else, please provide a link &/or model number of their one (or the one their comparing it to) - thanks :thumbsup: [/SIZE]

[SIZE=1]Robotochan, I'm assuming you're comparing it to the [/SIZE][SIZE=1][COLOR=olive]Hannspree XV JT01-32E2-000[/COLOR][/SIZE] [SIZE=1](posted [COLOR=olive]here[/COLOR] recently)?[/SIZE]
#4
fab tv, ive got the one advertised in my bedroom, by far better than sony etc in my honest opinion
#5
Would this particular TV be considered one of the best 32" LCD TVs available to buy?
#6
10% tested - works fine BTW.
#7
so whats the difference between the two?
banned#8
Robotochan
Great price for the specs! £100 more than the Hanspree but you are looking at over 3x the contrast ratio and freeview built in. Voted Hot (Just wish I could afford more than the Hanspree!)

when will morons like the above learn that dynamic contrast ratio is actually meaningless? you can give whatever figure you like for dynamic contrast ratio it has no relationship to reality and is a marketing con
#9
fantastic tv imho. great picture and sound. fab bargain as i paid £450 for mine and thought that was a bargian. voted very hot, hot, hot.:santa:
banned#10
Mascherano
when will morons like the above learn that dynamic contrast ratio is actually meaningless? you can give whatever figure you like for dynamic contrast ratio it has no relationship to reality and is a marketing con




OOOOOOh easy tiger ......... dont you whack him with your handbag.
#11
I just get voucher invalid..
#12
mikemod
I just get voucher invalid..


I just tried it and it worked just fine for me.....

[RIGHT]1 x Toshiba 32C3035DB[/RIGHT]
[RIGHT]£449.99 [/RIGHT]
[RIGHT]1 x Empire EDXTRAFREE3YR[/RIGHT]
[RIGHT]£0.00 [/RIGHT]
[RIGHT]1 x Empire Direct VOUCHER[/RIGHT]
[RIGHT]£-45.00 [/RIGHT]
[RIGHT]1 x Empire Direct EDXTRACARD[/RIGHT]
[RIGHT]£19.99 [/RIGHT]
[RIGHT]Total excluding delivery : [/RIGHT]
[RIGHT]£424.98[/RIGHT]
[RIGHT] Standard delivery : [/RIGHT]
[RIGHT]£25.00[/RIGHT]
[RIGHT]Total including delivery : [/RIGHT]
[RIGHT]£449.98[/RIGHT]


Try again?

:pirate: CJ :pirate:
#13
Still no luck, entered EM3974 in the Voucher ID box, EDSAVE in the username/email box hit the secure checkout button but it comes back with "Sorry, this voucher code is invalid"
#14
mikemod
Still no luck, entered EM3974 in the Voucher ID box, EDSAVE in the username/email box hit the secure checkout button but it comes back with "Sorry, this voucher code is invalid"


I think it just works on tellies. What do you have in your basket?

:pirate: CJ :pirate:
#15
1 x Toshiba 32C3035DB

£449.99
Total excluding delivery :

£449.99
Standard delivery :

£25.00
Total including delivery :

£474.99
#16
mikemod
1 x Toshiba 32C3035DB

£449.99
Total excluding delivery :

£449.99
Standard delivery :

£25.00
Total including delivery :

£474.99


gari189 says.....

Having problems with the codes on the ED site is not unusual I've had the same problem in the past and so have others when these codes have been posted previously but if persevere you should hopefully get it to work.

I found that if I closed the browser and went back on later I got it to work.


You could clear your cookies and try again?

:pirate: CJ :pirate:
[helper]#17
dickslash
Would this particular TV be considered one of the best 32" LCD TVs available to buy?


If you are looking for a 32" LCD TV in the £400-£500 bracket - the 3 tvs usually recommended on the AV Forums are this one, the Samsung R88/R87 (£450) or the Panasonic LMD70 (£450-500)
#18
[SIZE=2]Im having problems just getting the basket page to load.[/SIZE]
#19
I have this TV and I think it is fantastic - I went down the Hannspree route first and ended up sending it back. For the extra £100 this is well worth it. :thumbsup:
#20
JimmyTheSaint
I have this TV and I think it is fantastic - I went down the Hannspree route first and ended up sending it back. For the extra £100 this is well worth it. :thumbsup:

Whats SD performance like?

And have you tried gaming?

thanks
#21
marcosdjcm
Whats SD performance like?

And have you tried gaming?

thanks

If you're after gaming, the Samsung has a special gaming mode.....

"to speed up response times and produce a sharper picture for gamers the LE32R87BDX sports something called 'Games Mode'."


£454.92 including delivery and Quidco at Pixmania

:pirate: CJ :pirate:
#22
i've played some xbox360 on that samsung and it is impressive but i think its been slated for its SD performance

trying to find something that does both, thinking plasma!
#23
Put the codes in lower case and they will work fine:thumbsup:
#24
gari189
If you are looking for a 32" LCD TV in the £400-£500 bracket - the 3 tvs usually recommended on the AV Forums are this one, the Samsung R88/R87 (£450) or the Panasonic LMD70 (£450-500)


Anyone know where the cheapest place to buy the Panny LMD70 from?
#25
cutthroat_jake
I think it just works on tellies. What do you have in your basket?

:pirate: CJ :pirate:


Tried it with a Canon HV20 last night, and the Tosh today, hit checkout, (either with login details added or or without), discount was applied. Both items fine (in Safari 3.0.4 at least).
#26
Is this better then the LG 32LC56 i was thinking of getting? they seems very silimilar.

Similar price and does 1080p though hdmi, has freeview and something called EX Engine picture improvment?

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/130487/show_product_specifications
[helper]#27
dickslash
Anyone know where the cheapest place to buy the Panny LMD70 from?

There is a list of prices on here
http://www.lcd-tv-prices.co.uk/compare-prices/Panasonic-TX32LMD70.html

Empire Direct appears to be the cheapest (£477 before Quidco - if you can pick it up)

Looks like many sites have put their prices up - a couple of months ago there were several sites doing this from £450 to £500....

I have the TX32LXD70 and although its a good picture the tv itself looks ugly compared to the sleeker looking Toshiba....
#28
Fantastic set and I have one in my bedroom. I also have the 37c3030d in the lounge and really can't find any fault in the brand.
#29
gari189
There is a list of prices on here
http://www.lcd-tv-prices.co.uk/compare-prices/Panasonic-TX32LMD70.html

Empire Direct appears to be the cheapest (£477 before Quidco - if you can pick it up)

Looks like many sites have put their prices up - a couple of months ago there were several sites doing this from £450 to £500....

I have the TX32LXD70 and although its a good picture the tv itself looks ugly compared to the sleeker looking Toshiba....


The LMD70 is £459 from Dixons and you may be able to find a 5% voucher, use an egg card and/or quidco
#30
copthis1
OOOOOOh easy tiger ......... dont you whack him with your handbag.


Tell me about it, make a little mistake and you get called a moron? :-( Bet it's still a better quality picture than that Hanspree :giggle:
#31
Robotochan your probably right, you pay for what you get! Depends if the difference in quality is worth the extra £100, looking at the specs I cant pull the two models appart (this one and the Hannspree XV JT01-32E2-000), except this one has intergrated freeview.
#32
mattjfromwey
Robotochan your probably right, you pay for what you get! Depends if the difference in quality is worth the extra £100, looking at the specs I cant pull the two models appart (this one and the Hannspree XV JT01-32E2-000), except this one has intergrated freeview.


Specs are only half the story. There are hundreds of other small specs that go in to electrical products that don't get listed. They make a big difference to and that's why brand name tv's are better than the no name ones. The only way you'll know is if you saw them side by side. Unfortunately the only place to really do this is in a dedicated home cinema shop because the likes of Currys etc have hundreds of metres of cables running under the floor that cause some display screens to look worse than others even though they are not. I would use magazine and website reviews as your best guide to which tv to buy.
#33
I've tried numerous times and can't get the codes to work, says "invalid code". :(

How does it compare to this Samsung 32" LE-32S81B mentioned elsewhere on the forums? http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134057 They're both in my budget.

Edit: I'm also looking at this LG 32LC56 for £399.00 http://www.soundandvisiononline.com/moreinfo/index.asp?product_id=13448&referredby=PRICEGRABBER
#34
JimmyTheSaint
I have this TV and I think it is fantastic - I went down the Hannspree route first and ended up sending it back. For the extra £100 this is well worth it. :thumbsup:

I did exactly the same.

Would never touch Hannspree again. Waste of space in my opinion.

I have the Toshiba 3030 model and i can not recommend it enough. Top quality product. Plugged into my PC via VGA and everything looks good on it!

Thanks
#35
I just got this voucher mentioned in the 1st post to work

'On the basket page, in the voucher ID box enter - - and in the Username/Email box enter - EDSAVE'

The secret for me was to use EM3974 (uppercase) for the Voucher ID and edsave (lower case) for the username.

HTH
[helper]#36
Thanks for the post hotshot - its quite bizarre how sometimes this code works and sometimes it doesn't......
#37
I have had this TV since June and I really cant fault it. SD quality is amazing, even if you dont use the built in freeview it still looks alot better than alot of HDTV's Ive seen, the freeview signal is really out of this world, I cant fault it whatsoever.

I currently have a PS2 and Wii connected, Wii is via component cables whereas PS2 via RGB SCART, both look great, I have yet to try out HDMI. I am going to borrow my Dads Xbox360 in the coming weeks to test this out.

If you want a top quality, branded HDTV at 32inch, I sincerely recommend this one, from using this since June I will never go back to CRT. Its like when you first use a TFT monitor on your PC, you will never go back to CRT!

Hope this helps.
#38
The only thing I am worried about is the blurring for things like football and am currently thinking about a 100Hz TV (which are alot more expensive). What does the footy look like Antigod?
#39
Thanks to the poster for this info. I have just ordered and they are now giving free delivery. Great price.

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