Toshiba 32AV713B 32-inch Widescreen HD Ready Digital LCD TV with Freeview £229.99 delivered. - HotUKDeals
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* HD Ready-An HD Ready TV will be able to display an HD feed from any HD source
* Freeview-Built in Freeview is the easiest way to enjoy digital TV for free
* Active Vision-High performance picture processing has been designed to produce high quality,high definition images
* HDMI- Multiple HDMI connectivity makes it easy to connect digital devices simultaneously without having to manually switch cables
* PC Input- Easy connection to your laptop or PC, your TV can double as a PC monitor.
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#1
Is this a good price?
Was looking to buy the Samsung LE40C530 40-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p 50Hz LCD TV with Freeview for £359.99 but everywhere seems to have put the price up or are out of stock.

Also would this be good for gaming,watching Blu-Rays?
#2
looks like a bargain to me
#3
Blazing fury!
#4
andy_d90
Blazing fury!


And that means??
1 Like #5
1616french
andy_d90
Blazing fury!


And that means??


very hot - very good deal
#6
actually this is stupidly cheap - I'm sure someone will point out it's not 1080p (as if that matters on a 32") - very good spot and will sell like hot cakes I reckon
#7
Seen one of the Samsung 40" LCD 1080p in Currys a few days ago and was really impressed,just wondering how the picture on this would measure up to the Samsung.
#8
Why are people voting cold??
#9
good spot
2 Likes #10
Dont mean to pour water over the fire but there's been a few good ones posted:

http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000140844/toshiba-32kv500-32-lcd-hd-ready-tv.aspx
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/229-techwood-32-lcd-tv-inc-2-year-w/802171
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sharp-lc32d12e-32-hd-ready-lcd-tv-2/803800
http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/sharp-lc32d12e-32-hd-ready-lcd-tv-08082937-pdt.html
and ofcourse:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003JMECYQ

P.S. If you can get hold of some staff discount (10- 15%) then the morrisons one sounds good but..
IMO the bestbuy one is the best buy here as there is a 15.15% discount from topcashback.uk at the moment.


Edited By: yeahbutitsnotfree on Nov 20, 2010 00:41: IMO
#11
Let the price war begin.
#12
spobby
Let the price war begin.
yes dude lol..
#13
Can't see any evidence of scart leads connections on this. Think it will have one?
#14
greatminds
Can't see any evidence of scart leads connections on this. Think it will have one?


My girlfriends grandparents have one of these and have their DVD player and Virgin box plugged into it so I would be positive to say it has one

Fantastic deal btw
#15
Thanks mate :-)
#16
Ordered, thanks :-)
#17
Good deal and 720p is fine on this size tele before anyone says not 1080p
#18
greatminds
Can't see any evidence of scart leads connections on this. Think it will have one?


Technical Details

Product properties
Built-In Digital TV Tuner / Freeview: Yes
Digital Tuner Type: DVB-T
Energy Saving Trust: N/A
Power Consumption (In use / Standby): 105 / 0.5 W
NTSC Playback: Yes
Features
Digital text: Yes
Built-In DVD / HDD / VCR: No
Additional Stand/Cabinet included: No
Screen
Type: LCD
Screen Size: 32 in
Picture
1080p24 Support: No
Brightness: 450 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 12000:1
Digital Noise Reduction: Yes
Full HD (1920x1080): No
Image Enhancement Engine: N/A
3D-Ready: No
Frequency: 50 Hz
THX Certfied Display: No
Pixel Response Time: 8 ms
Progressive Scan: Yes
Resolution: 1366x768
Screen Format: Widescreen
Supported Picture Formats: 480i/p, 576i/p, 720p
Sound
Speaker Output: 20 W
Digital-TV
HD Logo: HD Ready
HD-Ready: Yes
ATSC Tuner: No
Connections
Component Inputs: 1
Composite Inputs: 1
Digital Audio out: Optical/Coaxial
Digital Audio out: 2
HDMI Input: 2
Phono Output: 1
Scart Connections: 1
USB Ports: 1
VGA (HD-15) Inputs: 1
Measures
Screen Size (cm): 81.28 cm
Dimensions HxWxD: 52.4x79.9x9.5 cm
Weight: 10.7 kg
Weight: 23.58 lb
#19
fctilidie
greatminds
Can't see any evidence of scart leads connections on this. Think it will have one?


Technical Details

Product properties
Built-In Digital TV Tuner / Freeview: Yes
Digital Tuner Type: DVB-T
Energy Saving Trust: N/A
Power Consumption (In use / Standby): 105 / 0.5 W
NTSC Playback: Yes
Features
Digital text: Yes
Built-In DVD / HDD / VCR: No
Additional Stand/Cabinet included: No
Screen
Type: LCD
Screen Size: 32 in
Picture
1080p24 Support: No
Brightness: 450 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 12000:1
Digital Noise Reduction: Yes
Full HD (1920x1080): No
Image Enhancement Engine: N/A
3D-Ready: No
Frequency: 50 Hz
THX Certfied Display: No
Pixel Response Time: 8 ms
Progressive Scan: Yes
Resolution: 1366x768
Screen Format: Widescreen
Supported Picture Formats: 480i/p, 576i/p, 720p
Sound
Speaker Output: 20 W
Digital-TV
HD Logo: HD Ready
HD-Ready: Yes
ATSC Tuner: No
Connections
Component Inputs: 1
Composite Inputs: 1
Digital Audio out: Optical/Coaxial
Digital Audio out: 2
HDMI Input: 2
Phono Output: 1
Scart Connections: 1
USB Ports: 1
VGA (HD-15) Inputs: 1
Measures
Screen Size (cm): 81.28 cm
Dimensions HxWxD: 52.4x79.9x9.5 cm
Weight: 10.7 kg
Weight: 23.58 lb


Thanks :)
1 Like #20
Personally I just wouldn't buy a TV now that only has normal FreeView and is only HD Ready - that's just my personal preference though. It is still a hot deal for what it is...
#21
imnufc2k
Personally I just wouldn't buy a TV now that only has normal FreeView and is only HD Ready - that's just my personal preference though. It is still a hot deal for what it is...


i've got to agree, not so fussed about 'hd ready' but think there ought to be HD freeview to make the most of it in the near future
#22
zipper

i've got to agree, not so fussed about 'hd ready' but think there ought to be HD freeview to make the most of it in the near future


this is prolly why theres so many cheap deals just now, trying to shift stuff that a lot of people dont really want, myself ive seen hd on a cheap

tv and its not worth paying any extra for, thats just my opinion though
put hd on a 42+ and it shines though ;)


Edited By: irradiated on Nov 20, 2010 18:17: didnt edit forst time
#23
imnufc2k
Personally I just wouldn't buy a TV now that only has normal FreeView and is only HD Ready - that's just my personal preference though. It is still a hot deal for what it is...
Whilst an internal HD tuner is obviously preferable to a standard digital tuner, you aren't going to get it at this price.

I'd be happy for you to prove me wrong, though. :)
#24
which one is the cheapest TV with USB slot that plays movies that I can get? (I know the samsung at 309 ... anything cheaper ... even a 26inch I wouldn't mind), I need it to have USB ...)
Thanks
#25
unreal deal......loadsa heat
#26
Best Buy doing a similar 32" Toshiba @ £229 .... however buy with 15% cash bacj via Quidco/Topcashback and you get the TV for £195 !!! Now that is HOT HOT HOT !!!!

http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000140844/toshiba-32-hd-ready-tv.aspx
#27
frosty1968
Best Buy doing a similar 32" Toshiba @ £229 .... however buy with 15% cash bacj via Quidco/Topcashback and you get the TV for £195 !!! Now that is HOT HOT HOT !!!!http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000140844/toshiba-32-hd-ready-tv.aspx

I would totally agree, if I could find any reviews on it!
#28
LeeIW
frosty1968
Best Buy doing a similar 32" Toshiba @ £229 .... however buy with 15% cash bacj via Quidco/Topcashback and you get the TV for £195 !!! Now that is HOT HOT HOT !!!!http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000140844/toshiba-32-hd-ready-tv.aspx


I would totally agree, if I could find any reviews on it!


Exactly..very suspicious if you ask me.
#29
stezo2k
greatminds
Can't see any evidence of scart leads connections on this. Think it will have one?


My girlfriends grandparents have one of these and have their DVD player and Virgin box plugged into it so I would be positive to say it has one

Fantastic deal btw


well if it's good enough for grannies, then it's good enough for me.
#30
sharkmark
actually this is stupidly cheap - I'm sure someone will point out it's not 1080p (as if that matters on a 32") - very good spot and will sell like hot cakes I reckon

It matters if sat close enough and you are viewing 1080p material. We are heading into 2011, why do people like you not get this yet, it's common knowledge.
#31
Cro_Baron
Good deal and 720p is fine on this size tele before anyone says not 1080p

Depends on viewing distance and viewing material. Saying what you say without knowing the two above is really just stupid.
#32
shawty1984
Cro_Baron
Good deal and 720p is fine on this size tele before anyone says not 1080p
Depends on viewing distance and viewing material. Saying what you say without knowing the two above is really just stupid.

I find anyone who thinks 1080p is a better picture just because it's 1080p is pretty stupid ( well not stupid.....naiive ). Pioneer Kuro's still recognised as best picture and, oops, they were/are 720p.

This fascination with slagging off tellys that haven't got built in freesat/freeviewHD is also hilarious. You can only get 3 HD channels on freesat and 4 on freeviewHD and most of the programmes are upscaled from 576p anyway and lets be honest, most people buy a telly to watch tv programmes.

3 friends with 1080p (LG, Phillips and Panasonic) have viewed my telly at various times and have commented how good the picture is and yes, it's 720p HD ready
#33
abarthman
imnufc2k
Personally I just wouldn't buy a TV now that only has normal FreeView and is only HD Ready - that's just my personal preference though. It is still a hot deal for what it is...
Whilst an internal HD tuner is obviously preferable to a standard digital tuner, you aren't going to get it at this price.

I'd be happy for you to prove me wrong, though. :)


I don't want to prove you wrong as I clearly said that it is a good deal for the price it is at - but I wouldn't buy it personally for the reasons I stated...
#34
siadwel
shawty1984
Cro_Baron
Good deal and 720p is fine on this size tele before anyone says not 1080p
Depends on viewing distance and viewing material. Saying what you say without knowing the two above is really just stupid.


I find anyone who thinks 1080p is a better picture just because it's 1080p is pretty stupid ( well not stupid.....naiive ). Pioneer Kuro's still recognised as best picture and, oops, they were/are 720p.

This fascination with slagging off tellys that haven't got built in freesat/freeviewHD is also hilarious. You can only get 3 HD channels on freesat and 4 on freeviewHD and most of the programmes are upscaled from 576p anyway and lets be honest, most people buy a telly to watch tv programmes.

3 friends with 1080p (LG, Phillips and Panasonic) have viewed my telly at various times and have commented how good the picture is and yes, it's 720p HD ready


So you wouldn't rather watch Football, F1, Tennis, documentaries etc... in HD as I know I would - SD Freeview quality is poor. What is the point in having a HDTV if you don't want to watch HDTV on it? oO
#35
imnufc2k
siadwel
shawty1984
Cro_Baron
Good deal and 720p is fine on this size tele before anyone says not 1080p
Depends on viewing distance and viewing material. Saying what you say without knowing the two above is really just stupid.
I find anyone who thinks 1080p is a better picture just because it's 1080p is pretty stupid ( well not stupid.....naiive ). Pioneer Kuro's still recognised as best picture and, oops, they were/are 720p.This fascination with slagging off tellys that haven't got built in freesat/freeviewHD is also hilarious. You can only get 3 HD channels on freesat and 4 on freeviewHD and most of the programmes are upscaled from 576p anyway and lets be honest, most people buy a telly to watch tv programmes.3 friends with 1080p (LG, Phillips and Panasonic) have viewed my telly at various times and have commented how good the picture is and yes, it's 720p HD ready
So you wouldn't rather watch Football, F1, Tennis, documentaries etc... in HD as I know I would - SD Freeview quality is poor. What is the point in having a HDTV if you don't want to watch HDTV on it? oO



I don't quite understand where you're coming from as surely you must realise that F1 hadn't been in HD until the very last race of the season nor had MOTD until 2 weeks ago so you have been happily watching them in good old standard 576p all along oO


You have also entirely missed my point. People are too hung up on whether it's got freeviewHD or freesatHD built in when there are hardly any programmes to watch in HD through these mediums.

That's why I have SKY ( £19 a month for EVERYTHING apart from mutiroom thanks to someone on here ). If you haven't got it you are very limited to what you can watch in HD.
Whatever anyone says about them it's SKY who are pushing the HD boat out. I find ITV HD to be of poor quality. Football pic is much better quality on SKY than ITV, nature docs can be stunning at times and I have over 30 HD channels to choose from, not a plug just fact.

As you correctly point out, SD pictures can be poor in freesat/freeview mode. Just because it says 1080p doesn't mean it's going to be a great picture or better than a 720p telly as most people presume and from what I've seen SD pictures are better viewed on 720p than 1080p.

The Gadget Show also did a test last week and it was shown that the 720p HD READY telly had a better picture than the 1080p FULL HD one when watching HD content. Go figure.......

There is just so much tripe written about this. People should just go and view the tellys in the shop and buy the one they like ( just remember to make sure they have the same feed so you can compare like for like ). I visited several shops for ages comparing TV pictures and presumed that I would be buying a 1080p FULLHD model but for the money I was willing to spend and based on the quality of picture I ended up with a Panasonic Plasma 720p HD ready model.

Most PS3/XBOX games are 720p, NO TV channels are 1080p, they are 1080i, nor are any planned in the immediate future so that just leaves Bluray discs. My plasma 720p HD READY does not have any motion blur while watching football, tennis etc unlike many 1080p lcd screens, otherwise I would have bought one of those.
I am not for one second saying that 720HD ready is better than 1080Full HD, merely that it's not as straight forward as some people think and built in freeview/freesatHD is not the be and end all presumed.

Edited By: siadwel on Nov 21, 2010 13:31
#36
I thought that Sky HD transmitted in 720p so not full HD. Is this not correct?
#37
siadwel
shawty1984
Cro_Baron
Good deal and 720p is fine on this size tele before anyone says not 1080p
Depends on viewing distance and viewing material. Saying what you say without knowing the two above is really just stupid.
I find anyone who thinks 1080p is a better picture just because it's 1080p is pretty stupid ( well not stupid.....naiive ). Pioneer Kuro's still recognised as best picture and, oops, they were/are 720p.This fascination with slagging off tellys that haven't got built in freesat/freeviewHD is also hilarious. You can only get 3 HD channels on freesat and 4 on freeviewHD and most of the programmes are upscaled from 576p anyway and lets be honest, most people buy a telly to watch tv programmes.3 friends with 1080p (LG, Phillips and Panasonic) have viewed my telly at various times and have commented how good the picture is and yes, it's 720p HD ready

I never said it was a better picture, reread what I wrote before you comment.

He said 720p is fine at this size, Well so is 1080p if viewed from the correct distance with correct material.
#38
ilepak
I thought that Sky HD transmitted in 720p so not full HD. Is this not correct?

1080i, which is better than 720p.
#39
siadwel
imnufc2k
siadwel
shawty1984
Cro_Baron
Good deal and 720p is fine on this size tele before anyone says not 1080p
Depends on viewing distance and viewing material. Saying what you say without knowing the two above is really just stupid.
I find anyone who thinks 1080p is a better picture just because it's 1080p is pretty stupid ( well not stupid.....naiive ). Pioneer Kuro's still recognised as best picture and, oops, they were/are 720p.This fascination with slagging off tellys that haven't got built in freesat/freeviewHD is also hilarious. You can only get 3 HD channels on freesat and 4 on freeviewHD and most of the programmes are upscaled from 576p anyway and lets be honest, most people buy a telly to watch tv programmes.3 friends with 1080p (LG, Phillips and Panasonic) have viewed my telly at various times and have commented how good the picture is and yes, it's 720p HD ready
So you wouldn't rather watch Football, F1, Tennis, documentaries etc... in HD as I know I would - SD Freeview quality is poor. What is the point in having a HDTV if you don't want to watch HDTV on it? oO
I don't quite understand where you're coming from as surely you must realise that F1 hadn't been in HD until the very last race of the season nor had MOTD until 2 weeks ago so you have been happily watching them in good old standard 576p all along oOYou have also entirely missed my point. People are too hung up on whether it's got freeviewHD or freesatHD built in when there are hardly any programmes to watch in HD through these mediums. That's why I have SKY ( £19 a month for EVERYTHING apart from mutiroom thanks to someone on here ). If you haven't got it you are very limited to what you can watch in HD.Whatever anyone says about them it's SKY who are pushing the HD boat out. I find ITV HD to be of poor quality. Football pic is much better quality on SKY than ITV, nature docs can be stunning at times and I have over 30 HD channels to choose from, not a plug just fact.As you correctly point out, SD pictures can be poor in freesat/freeview mode. Just because it says 1080p doesn't mean it's going to be a great picture or better than a 720p telly as most people presume and from what I've seen SD pictures are better viewed on 720p than 1080p. The Gadget Show also did a test last week and it was shown that the 720p HD READY telly had a better picture than the 1080p FULL HD one when watching HD content. Go figure.......There is just so much tripe written about this. People should just go and view the tellys in the shop and buy the one they like ( just remember to make sure they have the same feed so you can compare like for like ). I visited several shops for ages comparing TV pictures and presumed that I would be buying a 1080p FULLHD model but for the money I was willing to spend and based on the quality of picture I ended up with a Panasonic Plasma 720p HD ready model.Most PS3/XBOX games are 720p, NO TV channels are 1080p, they are 1080i, nor are any planned in the immediate future so that just leaves Bluray discs. My plasma 720p HD READY does not have any motion blur while watching football, tennis etc unlike many 1080p lcd screens, otherwise I would have bought one of those. I am not for one second saying that 720HD ready is better than 1080Full HD, merely that it's not as straight forward as some people think and built in freeview/freesatHD is not the be and end all presumed.

1080i TV broadcasts should look better on 1080p TV's
#40
siadwel
imnufc2k
siadwel
shawty1984
Cro_Baron
Good deal and 720p is fine on this size tele before anyone says not 1080p
Depends on viewing distance and viewing material. Saying what you say without knowing the two above is really just stupid.
I find anyone who thinks 1080p is a better picture just because it's 1080p is pretty stupid ( well not stupid.....naiive ). Pioneer Kuro's still recognised as best picture and, oops, they were/are 720p.This fascination with slagging off tellys that haven't got built in freesat/freeviewHD is also hilarious. You can only get 3 HD channels on freesat and 4 on freeviewHD and most of the programmes are upscaled from 576p anyway and lets be honest, most people buy a telly to watch tv programmes.3 friends with 1080p (LG, Phillips and Panasonic) have viewed my telly at various times and have commented how good the picture is and yes, it's 720p HD ready
So you wouldn't rather watch Football, F1, Tennis, documentaries etc... in HD as I know I would - SD Freeview quality is poor. What is the point in having a HDTV if you don't want to watch HDTV on it? oO




I don't quite understand where you're coming from as surely you must realise that F1 hadn't been in HD until the very last race of the season nor had MOTD until 2 weeks ago so you have been happily watching them in good old standard 576p all along oO


I am fully aware of that - and at no point did I say I HAVE been watching those things in HD, I said don't you want to? Which is why I have just upgraded to a 1080p set with FreeView HD. I will be looking forward to the next F1 season and the remaining football season...

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