Toshiba 32AV713B 32" LCD HD TV Freeview...£249.74 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Use the TOSHIBA7 code to bring this down in price by 10% to £249.74 (non-discounted price is £277.49)


Trustedreviews seemed to think its a good value low end HDTV:
http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2010/08/05/Toshiba-Regza-32AV713B/p1


Product Features

* 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.

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
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#1
Get in there....the deal has been up for 6 mins and I've had my first anonymous cold vote.

Whoever was the anoymous cold voter....please stand up and take a bow son, take a bow!
#3
You should post that on here as well if its not already!
#4
You should probably change the title to say 'HD Ready' instead of HDTV. Normally we defferentiate the two by having HD Ready meaning higher resolution than the old televisions, while HDTV is the 1080 stuff. You wouldn't want to upset anyone here by having them snap it up thinking it's HD when it's not.
#5
I'd like to think they'd read the entire post first, with the full tv specs before they bought something!

...at least thats what I tend to do!!! (_;)
#6
theyiddo
I'd like to think they'd read the entire post first, with the full tv specs before they bought something!

...at least thats what I tend to do!!! (_;)


Sorry disagree...

I click into this thread, to see a HD tv for £249... (Waste of my time)
#7
Quietus
You should probably change the title to say 'HD Ready' instead of HDTV. Normally we defferentiate the two by having HD Ready meaning higher resolution than the old televisions, while HDTV is the 1080 stuff. You wouldn't want to upset anyone here by having them snap it up thinking it's HD when it's not.

What so 720p isn't HD now? Don't be daft, they are both HD, just one is 720p, and the other is 1080p, that's how they should be labeled.
#8
Quietus
You should probably change the title to say 'HD Ready' instead of HDTV. Normally we defferentiate the two by having HD Ready meaning higher resolution than the old televisions, while HDTV is the 1080 stuff. You wouldn't want to upset anyone here by having them snap it up thinking it's HD when it's not.

It is HD. HD Ready is 720p and is HD and Full HD or HD Ready 1080p is 1080p and is also HD. HDTV does not mean 1080p, you have just made that up and the only one confussing people would be you.
#9
Quietus
You wouldn't want to upset anyone here by having them snap it up thinking it's HD when it's not.
If someone who knows the difference between 'HD Ready' and 'Full HD 1080p' buys a television from a thread without checking definitely which one the television is when the title is, to my mind at least, ambigious, the blame for that lies with them, not the OP. Especially when the first line of the description both in the thread and on the site clearly states 'HD Ready'.

Besides which, who is this 'we' that you speak of who automatically assumes that every tv labeled as 'HDTV' is 1080p? Because 720p is still HD.


Edited By: Crazy Jamie on Sep 17, 2010 13:19: .
#10
shawty1984
Quietus
You should probably change the title to say 'HD Ready' instead of HDTV. Normally we defferentiate the two by having HD Ready meaning higher resolution than the old televisions, while HDTV is the 1080 stuff. You wouldn't want to upset anyone here by having them snap it up thinking it's HD when it's not.
It is HD. HD Ready is 720p and is HD and Full HD or HD Ready 1080p is 1080p and is also HD. HDTV does not mean 1080p, you have just made that up and the only one confussing people would be you.

Now I'm "confussed"!
banned#11
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Wrong price.............
#12
boggybill
shawty1984
Quietus
You should probably change the title to say 'HD Ready' instead of HDTV. Normally we defferentiate the two by having HD Ready meaning higher resolution than the old televisions, while HDTV is the 1080 stuff. You wouldn't want to upset anyone here by having them snap it up thinking it's HD when it's not.
It is HD. HD Ready is 720p and is HD and Full HD or HD Ready 1080p is 1080p and is also HD. HDTV does not mean 1080p, you have just made that up and the only one confussing people would be you.
Now I'm "confussed"!

About what?
#13
top rated brand for a dam good price...
1 Like #14
malbano
theyiddo
I'd like to think they'd read the entire post first, with the full tv specs before they bought something!

...at least thats what I tend to do!!! (_;)


Sorry disagree...

I click into this thread, to see a HD tv for £249... (Waste of my time)


Don't let the door hit you on the way out then, muppet.
#15
copthis1
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Wrong price.............


Read the FIRST line of the OPs post

Use the TOSHIBA7 code to bring this down in price by 10% to £249.74 (non-discounted price is £277.49)


So you need to use the same code to reduce that price
#16
Everyone needs to chill and OP dont get so uptight about cold voters, people always do it ;)

Anyway heat added, for both links (mostly the 2nd one tho, I'd be willing to pay the extra 24 but those who wouldnt can still get a nice one!).
#17
I don't get upset about cold voters...I always find it quite funny. Its like a challenge to see how quick the cold vote trolls attack!


As for the HD Ready vs HD argument....some people here need to calm down. No need to turn HUKD (or this thread) into Pedant's Corner!
#18
Fantastic deal. Ordered the 1080P version for £274 for my sons Christmas. Voted hot.
#19
theyiddo
I don't get upset about cold voters...I always find it quite funny. Its like a challenge to see how quick the cold vote trolls attack!


As for the HD Ready vs HD argument....some people here need to calm down. No need to turn HUKD (or this thread) into Pedant's Corner!


Even the manufacturers aren't consistent in their nomenclature anyway, I saw a 1080p set labelled as 'HD Ready' on one site a few weeks back...not sure what their definition of 'full HD' would be.

Damn good deal for a TV anyway.
#20
spamcan61
theyiddo
I don't get upset about cold voters...I always find it quite funny. Its like a challenge to see how quick the cold vote trolls attack!As for the HD Ready vs HD argument....some people here need to calm down. No need to turn HUKD (or this thread) into Pedant's Corner!
Even the manufacturers aren't consistent in their nomenclature anyway, I saw a 1080p set labelled as 'HD Ready' on one site a few weeks back...not sure what their definition of 'full HD' would be.Damn good deal for a TV anyway.


There are loads of terms for 1080p sets. 1080p, Full HD, Full HD 1080p and HD Ready 1080p. All have a resolution of 1920 x 1080.
#22
It seems that a number of people have serious anger issues. I posted a comment aimed solely at helping others, and get slated? Getting slated is OK in itself, but the childish way in which the remarks thrown? Perhaps it wasn't worded clearly enough, which may be my bad, but still wouldn't warrant the silly replies. Anyway, I digress...

All I'm saying is that continuing the mixed labelling is what has people confused. We could all help by simply sticking to simpler labels. I've seen so many people in shops being spoken to about 'HD ready' who don't know the difference betwen the resolutions, and they think they're getting a TV that is capable of displaying a Full HD picture at 1920x1080, and they are not getting what they think they're paying for. Shops deliberately use this ignorance to their advantage, and sell 'HD Ready' TVs to people knowing they don't know any different. If I spoke to anybody about a TV, I'd make it very clear. People need to differentiate clearly between the two, whether it's between HD Ready and HD or HD and Full HD. Ask an average Joe about the difference, and they haven't a clue.
#23
Quietus
It seems that a number of people have serious anger issues. I posted a comment aimed solely at helping others, and get slated? Getting slated is OK in itself, but the childish way in which the remarks thrown? Perhaps it wasn't worded clearly enough, which may be my bad, but still wouldn't warrant the silly replies. Anyway, I digress...All I'm saying is that continuing the mixed labelling is what has people confused. We could all help by simply sticking to simpler labels. I've seen so many people in shops being spoken to about 'HD ready' who don't know the difference betwen the resolutions, and they think they're getting a TV that is capable of displaying a Full HD picture at 1920x1080, and they are not getting what they think they're paying for. Shops deliberately use this ignorance to their advantage, and sell 'HD Ready' TVs to people knowing they don't know any different. If I spoke to anybody about a TV, I'd make it very clear. People need to differentiate clearly between the two, whether it's between HD Ready and HD or HD and Full HD. Ask an average Joe about the difference, and they haven't a clue.

You talk about shops confussing people on how they sell things etc and yet that is the exact thing you did in your OP.
#25
I didn't confuse people. Confusing people, and making them aware that there's a difference, and that they should check what they're buying, are two completely different things.
#26
Quietus
I didn't confuse people. Confusing people, and making them aware that there's a difference, and that they should check what they're buying, are two completely different things.

Re-read your OP and re-read what I quoted. What you said was wrong, hence why you will be confusing people. If you want to state something, at least get your information correct.
#27
cambourne03
Fantastic deal. Ordered the 1080P version for £274 for my sons Christmas. Voted hot.

I was also thinking about buying the 1080p one for my sons xmas, but was wondering if its worth paying the extra £55 and getting it from john lewis for the 5 year guarantee? Opinions wanted!!
#28
copthis1
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Wrong price.............
OK, £274.72 :) (£305.24 - 10%)
#29
What I said wasn't wrong, since it was essentially an opinion. We clearly have differing opinions, and that's OK. There's no need for name calling or anything else.
#30
OK why is it that if I follow the "Go to Deal" link I get a non discounted price of £283.44 and a discounted price of £255.10 ??

Edited By: Leadbeter on Sep 17, 2010 20:27: typo
#31
Leadbeter
OK why is it that if I follow the "Go to Deal" link I get a non discounted price of £283.44 and a discounted price of £255.10 ??


I am guessing it has gone up in price for some reason. Bit naughty, that...
#32
Quietus
What I said wasn't wrong, since it was essentially an opinion. We clearly have differing opinions, and that's OK. There's no need for name calling or anything else.

Yes it was wrong, also opinions can be wrong to.

Unless you have any evidence to back up what you said, which of course you don't. Opinion or not, it was wrong and when people read it, you will only confuse them.
#33
You cannot take an entirely subjective issue, and state that one person's opinion on the matter is incorrect. It's ridiculous. This isn't the place for an argument about the matter, either.
#34
Quietus
You cannot take an entirely subjective issue, and state that one person's opinion on the matter is incorrect. It's ridiculous. This isn't the place for an argument about the matter, either.

Again either back up what you said, which was "while HDTV is the 1080 stuff" or retract your statement as it only serves to confuse people more. What you said was wrong, it might be your opinion, but it is factualy wrong.

HDTV stands for High Defention TeleVision. HDTV does not mean 1080p, this is fact. You said it meant 1080 stuff, you are wrong, end of. The more you argue the point, the more foolish you are looking.

My main point to replying to you was because you were confusing people with false statements.
#35
My point was simply encouraging the OP to clarify for people exactly what the TV was. The easiest solution would be to put the resolution in the title, or perhaps label it as 'not full HD.' The OP decided that he / she was happy with the title, and decided to not take my suggestion. That was fine, but for seemingly no reason, you decide to jump on this opinion, throwing words like 'daft' and foolish' around. I am not upset by the OP's decision at all, and was just offering some advice. It's not law, and is certainly not required. My thoughts on the matter do not have to be taken as gospel. Despite the fact that I was trying to help potential buyers understand that there's a difference between the TVs, and that they should check first, you seem to have taken what I suggested as if I were stating some factual documentation, and got entirely carried away with the entire thing. Everybody else has moved on, but you seem incapable. Why don't you tell me what it is that you want, and I'll try to help.
#36
I made it pretty clear in my post above yours in what you got wrong. If you can't see this, that is not my fault. You were the only one confussing people in this thread.
#37
I understand what you said: You felt my post was confusing. Others didn't. What I'm asking is: What would you like me to do to remedy the situation for you?
#38
Quietus
I understand what you said: You felt my post was confusing. Others didn't. What I'm asking is: What would you like me to do to remedy the situation for you?

Either don't comment on something you know nothing about, because all you did was give false information or do some research before you post.
#39
Had you worded things a little better, I may have considered complying with your opinion, but since you have now used the words 'daft' and 'foolish', and implied that I'm ignorant, then I'll feel free to comment on anything that I see fit, which is, of course, the idea of any website with a forum-like base.

Perhaps in future, should you disagree with somebody's opinion, you should choose your words more carefully, or, as a minimum, steer clear of insults, as it does you no favours.

Thanks for the banter.
#40
Quietus
Had you worded things a little better, I may have considered complying with your opinion, but since you have now used the words 'daft' and 'foolish', and implied that I'm ignorant, then I'll feel free to comment on anything that I see fit, which is, of course, the idea of any website with a forum-like base.Perhaps in future, should you disagree with somebody's opinion, you should choose your words more carefully, or, as a minimum, steer clear of insults, as it does you no favours.Thanks for the banter.


So, after all that waffle, you are telling me you can't admit you are wrong, wow.

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