Toshiba 42AV505DB HD LCD under £500 with free 5 yr guarantee plus 2% quidco - HotUKDeals
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42" HD LCD for under £500 with vouchers, seems pretty good deal.

Toshiba 42AV505DB - Ctv Lcd 42" 16:9 Freeview W Table-Top S

42" WidescreenLCDTV
Panel resolution: 1366x768
High Definition ready
Brightness (cd/m²): 400
Electronic Programme Guide: 8 Days
FreeviewDigital Tuner
Digital Text
2 HDMIconnections
Component Videoinput
2 SCARTsockets
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[admin]#2
Thanks for your post :)
I've changed the merchant here from "Toshiba" to "Empire Direct"
#3
Provided the voucher works OK this is £30-£40 cheaper than I could see eleswhere. Looking at reviews this doesn't have PC input (except via HDMI) and doesn't have an audio output other than the headphone socket.

Voted hot.
#4
oooooh what a lovely TV, what flavours does it come in?
#5
Included is the 5year gurantee Details

Get 5 years peace of mind at no extra cost, see applicable models below.
tv

* Sony
* Panasonic
* Pioneer
* Sharp
* Toshiba

Your Guarantee Plan Includes

The provision of repairs to or replacement of your equipment in the event of a fault caused by electrical or mechanical breakdown.

We will always, subject to the full terms, conditions and exclusions of your cover, repair your equipment unless:

1. We cannot repair it; or
2. We cannot obtain the spare parts to repair it; or
3. We can replace it for less than the cost of the repair.

We will only replace your equipment if we have agreed to do so before a repair is carried out. If we do not repair the equipment we will normally replace it with equipment of the same or similar make and specification, at our discretion. You must pay us for delivery and/or installation charges.

If we cannot reasonably arrange a suitable replacement we will pay you a contribution towards the cost of the new equipment. We will normally base this on reasonable usage of the item.
Disposing of your old equipment

If we have replaced your appliance, you may dispose of the original equipment if it is in your possession. We will not be responsible for any costs that you may incur for disposal.
Your Plan Does Not Include

Repairs or replacement will not be provided if they are still covered by any supplier or repairer’s guarantee, or arise from:

1. The equipment being recalled by us, or the manufacturer;
2. Any modification to the equipment;
3. Your failure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions;
4. Use of your equipment in a non-domestic or commercial environment unless we agree to the use in writing beforehand.
5. Accidental Damage.
6. Theft, attempted theft, malicious damage or damage caused by fire or explosion.
7. Floods, lightning, storms, frost or other bad weather conditions.
8. Any problem with the supply of electricity, gas or water.
9. No fault being found with your equipment.
10. Routine maintenance, cleaning and servicing.
11. Labour charges for work outside the repairer’s normal working hours.
12. Repairs carried out outside the United Kingdom, unless we agree otherwise in writing.
13. Costs arising from not being able to use your equipment or from damage caused when the equipment breaks down, including any costs to remove or reinstate built-in or fitted equipment.
14. Cosmetic damage such as damage to paint work or dents or scratches to the equipment.
15. Replacement of any item or accessory that is intended to be replaceable. These include: Remote control units, fuses, batteries, light bulbs, fluorescent tubes and related starters, filters, attachments, cables, plugs, light covers or rain covers.
16. Rust corrosion or water damage.
17. Problems with:
* Cooking equipment: ceramic or glass surfaces and oven liners
* Vacuum cleaners and floor polishers: bags, brushes or belts.
* Shower equipment: scale damage.
* Audiovisual equipment: tuning, styli or cartridges.
* Satellite equipment: realigning or re-installation of the dish, rust, tuning or water damage.
* Computer games and Equipment: software (applications or operating system), damage caused by viruses, accessories which you have not told us about in writing including joysticks, replaceable printer heads
* In-car equipment: removing or re-installing the equipment
* Refrigeration equipment: food spoilage.
18. Any cost arising from the change from analogue to digital broadcasting including the termination of analogue transmission of any type.
19. Delivery and installation charges if a replacement takes place as detailed in what is provided.
20. With Reference to Plasma televisions - protection is not provided for the following:
* Costs due to unusual physical or electrical stress, burned screen or software interface problems.
* Claims arising due to a failure to install the display in line with the manufacturer’s instructions
* Costs associated with gaining access to cables within the fabric of a building or wall.
* Repairs due to pixel failure where the number or location is not in excess of the manufacturer’s acceptable limit.
* Wall mounted units if not fitted as per manufacturer’s recommendations.
#6
Don't like the sound of that.

We will only replace your equipment if we have agreed to do so before a repair is carried out. If we do not repair the equipment we will normally replace it with equipment of the same or similar make and specification, at our discretion. [COLOR="Red"]You must pay us for delivery and/or installation charges.[/COLOR]
#7
What the hell? A 42" TV thats only 720p? Avoid this, get 1080p on a 42"
#8
ReflexReact
What the hell? A 42" TV thats only 720p? Avoid this, get 1080p on a 42"


Right - find me a 1080p 42" branded LCD with a 5 year warranty for under £500.

What was that? You can't?

Come on then, post up your 42" 1080p amazing deal then :w00t:

Nice one OP, H&R given.
banned#9
ReflexReact
What the hell? A 42" TV thats only 720p? Avoid this, get 1080p on a 42"

lol please tell me you're joking?!
#10
Changing channels is frustratingly slow on this TV - you press up/down and there's about a 1 second delay before it flips. No channel surfing with this TV. Using the 'menu' button and scrolling through the TV guide is faster (though it won't have a picture).

Picture quality is average and motion blur is horrific. Neither are as good as the Sony KDL40V4000 posted the other day.
#11
ReflexReact
What the hell? A 42" TV thats only 720p? Avoid this, get 1080p on a 42"


it seems people cant wait to jump on posts and moan about the same ol things, who cares about 1080p right now who is actually using stuff that runs that? if any a very small percent, id buy it now for cheap then replace it in 2 - 3 years....:thinking:
#12
See where you're comin from but £500 isn't 'cheap'to everyone right? I appreciate if you divide it over a few years use, you can view it as ~£170 a year to watch TV or whatever, but even so, some people spending that on a new main TV for their home might want/expect it to last way longer. I agree people shouldnt just jump on posts though - nothing wrong with pointing out the downsides you think they have though of course. The spirit of this place is that people spend time on finding and posting stuff, so it should be encouraged, not smacked down out of hand
#13
I got this tv for £300 at curry grand opening but q up for more than 5hours
oooooo my back still hurt
#14
Moneymaker2007
I got this tv for £300 at curry grand opening but q up for more than 5hours
oooooo my back still hurt


quelle heure est il?
#15
voted hot!
#16
Picard123
Changing channels is frustratingly slow on this TV - you press up/down and there's about a 1 second delay before it flips. No channel surfing with this TV. Using the 'menu' button and scrolling through the TV guide is faster (though it won't have a picture).

Picture quality is average and motion blur is horrific. Neither are as good as the Sony KDL40V4000 posted the other day.


Thanks for that :thumbsup:
#17
ReflexReact
What the hell? A 42" TV thats only 720p? Avoid this, get 1080p on a 42"


Agree......okay you may not get a 1080p for this money but worth the extra £200 or so if you are into Blu-ray dvd's or gaming. If its just for normal TV or HD signals then a 720p TV is fine.

High Def TV signals are 1080i at best anyway.
#18
try to order but cant find where to put in the code for discount to bring down the price.
#19
i also got htis from the currys sham of a sale for £300.
i cant say i have a problem with it.
this is my first lcd, and i got it for the bedroom. i am using it with a eurovox so i dont really expect a wonderful picture. i also got a ps3 from currys for £200 and together they are great.
the blue ray films look amazing on it.
with this type of thing there will always be somthing better and there will always be people moaning.
its all down to personal oppinion in the end, and i suppose how much u can afford.
for £300 i am very pleased with it. but maybe i would do a little reaserch into them if i had more money to spend.
#20
Bought this TV 4 months ago and it blew up.
#21
Jonatsta
Bought this TV 4 months ago and it blew up.


Run for your lives she’s gonna blow!! :w00t:
#22
ReflexReact
What the hell? A 42" TV thats only 720p? Avoid this, get 1080p on a 42"

there is more to picture quality than 1080p anyway hd is only broadcaste on 1080i and its hard to tell if 1080p is any better on blu ray
#23
Not it isn't - not on a screen of this size.

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