TOSHIBA Regza 32AV711 32" HD Ready LCD TV from Currys - £255.55 (& 3% quidco) - HotUKDeals
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Same deal as PCWorld but you can use the voucher code 'quidc5' to get a 5% off the original price (quidco should also give 3% making it sub £250)
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#1
If it was 1080 would be good but 760? Sorry
#2
scotlandgolfer
If it was 1080 would be good but 760? Sorry

Eh? but it's £255 Quid!
1 Like #3
If it was 3D would be good but 2D? Sorry...
#4
12 months warranty!

If it had a 5 year warranty--would be good, Sorry...
#5
Has this got 100hz, 3D, 1080p and freesat HD? Also, does ti play HD files from a USB?
#6
If it was holographic real 3d and made coffee it would be good but...2d?...pah,rubbish!

Haha
1 Like #7
If it made Ben & Jerry's ice cream and gave me £10 notes every minute it would be good but it doesn't? Sorry.

:)

Seriously, on a 32" TV 720p is enough.
#8
some people just don't know when a joke's gone too far........
#9
Its a great deal! If you want all singing and all dancing, don't expect to get it at this price is what I say!
banned#10
If it had a built-in lawn mower it would be good but no lawn mower? sorry
#11
A decent branded TV for £250?!? And people are complaining - if I didn't have other things I needed to spend my money on I'd buy this in a shot.
#12
I dont think anyone is complaining. There's a run of comments jokingly wanting MORE for their £250 smackers! I think we would all agree that a name brand TV from a highstreet retailer at this sort of money is a great deal.
Now, OP. Do they offer free set-up and home demo with this, or have I got do do it myself? And I wont mention the free Blue Ray players some retailers are offering on LCD's, I'll just wait and see what turns up.
banned#13
Great price, temping.. ;)
#14
i had the 1080 version, died 2 weeks out of warranty =/
#15
I suspect that the people who think that 1080p is the only way to go also on a budget 32" telly also reckon that a 10 megapixel camera phone must be better than a 5 megapixel SLR.
#16
My Regza Screen went tips up after only Two Years.
I have the personal feeling that after Twenty Years of buying Tosh TVs,they have lost their way.
#17
If it was a games console too would be good but just a tv? Sorry
#18
If it was solar powered it would be worth the money, but it uses electricity, how 80's is that! Not a good buy, sorry.
1 Like #19
1080p snobs made me lol if you want to actually notice 1080p from 720p you need at least a 46" tv. Even on my 46" its not night and day i'd suggest 50+ to get the full picture i had a little 32" regza and and 720p was enough for what i used it for. Ignore the snobs who dont know anything they just see a higher number and assume its a huge difference
#20
Can I connect a PC to this? Can't see a VGA connection in the specs?
#21
goodfella_87
1080p snobs made me lol if you want to actually notice 1080p from 720p you need at least a 46" tv. Even on my 46" its not night and day i'd suggest 50+ to get the full picture i had a little 32" regza and and 720p was enough for what i used it for. Ignore the snobs who dont know anything they just see a higher number and assume its a huge difference


completely agree with this, Tosh are great tvs, 720p is perfect.

This thread literally made me lol though. No lawn mower attached? Sorry.

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