Toshiba 32BV500B 32-inch HDReady £229.99 Delivered Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Seems like a very reasonable price
Product Features and Technical Details
Product Features
Built-in Freeview is the easiest way to enjoy digital for free
HDMI input make it easy to connect to other devises simultaneously
USB connectivity an easy way to playback compatible videos, music and photos via your TV
With PC input your TV can double as a monitor for your PC or laptop
HD Ready TV is able to display HD feed from any HD source.
Technical Details

HD Ready LCD TV:50 Hz processing
Brightness 450
Colour Temperature selectable
Digital Noise Reduction
Dynamic Contrast Ratio 30000:1
Manual picture size select
Picture Mode
Resolution 1366 x 768
Response Time 8 ms
Screen Format 16:9
Viewing Angle 178º
Connections:component Video
Composit video
DVB Common Interface
2 HDMI
Headphone
PC Input
Scart
USB
Audio: Nicam Stero
Sound Output 2 X 6W
Dimension with Stand Fitted D 18.7 x H 55.6 x W 78.7 cm
Weight 12.3 kg
Dimension for Wall mounting: D 9.4 x H 51.4 x W 78.7 cm
Weight 11.6 kg
Power Consumption: 150 W
Power Consumption on standby 1W
Interactive featues: Audio-USB
Digital Text
Electronic Programme Guide
Favourite Channel Memory
Now and Next Information
Picture USB
Text Page Memory 1000
Tuning: Analogue Tuner
Auto Set-up
DVB-T
Freeview
NTSC Video-playback
Other Features: 4:3
Auto Format
Hotel Mode
No Signal Off
Off Timer
Panel Lock.
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#1
Prices are definitely dropping, nice.
#2
#3
londonstinks
Prices are definitely dropping, nice.


not fast enough...
#4
Am new to Quidco and websites like this. Can anybody just explain to me how the 20% Cashback procedure works?? I just created a Quidco account and it does state 20% Cashback after order is completed online with BestBuy. Am i correct to say I just order this product online (directed through QuidcCo) and Pay £229.99 and then wait X amount of days for Quidco to be credited with 20% of £229.99 ??
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cduuffo13
Am new to Quidco and websites like this. Can anybody just explain to me how the 20% Cashback procedure works?? I just created a Quidco account and it does state 20% Cashback after order is completed online with BestBuy. Am i correct to say I just order this product online (directed through QuidcCo) and Pay £229.99 and then wait X amount of days for Quidco to be credited with 20% of £229.99 ??


Usually yes, however from what I've heard Best Buy haven't been the best at paying their cash back. Id avoid them personally
#6
Thanks scurrie... I was just about to complete the purchase but then realised that the television wasnt 1080p compatible . Couldnt expect it to be for this price IMHO would of bought this if I didnt need the 1080p resolution
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@cduuffo13 ...Personally if you have never used quidco befor I would recommend topcashback instead as quidco take £5 of you for the first transaction where as topcashback is free and offers the same 20.2% discount.

both are easy to use once you have registered just search for teh retailer on there site and follow the link that takes you to best buy once there add item to basket and pay. if you happen to close the web browser befor purchase remember to go back through the topcash/quidco link otherwise it will not track.
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cduuffo13
Am new to Quidco and websites like this. Can anybody just explain to me how the 20% Cashback procedure works?? I just created a Quidco account and it does state 20% Cashback after order is completed online with BestBuy. Am i correct to say I just order this product online (directed through QuidcCo) and Pay £229.99 and then wait X amount of days for Quidco to be credited with 20% of £229.99 ??


yes thats right but you can wait upto 60 days for the cashback to be paid to quidco
#9
cduuffo13
Thanks scurrie... I was just about to complete the purchase but then realised that the television wasnt 1080p compatible . Couldnt expect it to be for this price IMHO would of bought this if I didnt need the 1080p resolution


http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/toshiba-32-lcd-full-hd-tv-1080p-5-y/849341
Toshiba 32" LCD TV 32BV700B 1080p Full HD - 2 HDMI £50 OFF

£275.99 with a FULL 5 YEAR GUARANTEE

From Monday
#10
Cheap as chips....they can't be making much on LCD's nowadays!

Making way for the next big thing perhaps?! (glassless 3D I wonder?)
#11
Please trust me guys, this TV is a pile of ****. Had it for about 2 weeks and aside from the 2 faults I had in that time, hated the TV!! Not even worth half the price, awful picture! And so glad I took it back and got a refund as I picked up one of the Sony 1080p 32" for £299 in the Comet sale - a million times better in EVERY way.
#12
robot1000


Cashback is not available on Entertainment which I think this falls under.
#13
scurrie
cduuffo13
Am new to Quidco and websites like this. Can anybody just explain to me how the 20% Cashback procedure works?? I just created a Quidco account and it does state 20% Cashback after order is completed online with BestBuy. Am i correct to say I just order this product online (directed through QuidcCo) and Pay £229.99 and then wait X amount of days for Quidco to be credited with 20% of £229.99 ??


I have had no trouble with cashback from Bestbuy using Quidco. People are having their cashback rejected because they are buying tvs which fall under the entertainment bracket. It clearly states it in the cashback description. I bought 3 portable hard drives from Bestbuy and got the cashback everytime.

Usually yes, however from what I've heard Best Buy haven't been the best at paying their cash back. Id avoid them personally
#14
Bought the Best Buy one last week for my parents, and it is showing the £40-odd cashback as tracked on Quidco.

Had one myself for the bedroom, and while it's not got the greatest picture it is perfectly watchable. I'd expect a Sony that is nearly 70% more expensive to have a better picture quality TBH.

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