Toshiba Regza AV Series 32" 32AV615DB £299 @ Play, free del, +quidco - HotUKDeals
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This is my first post on here and will hopefully be useful!

Whilst browsing the new deals and looking through TV's in hope of getting a new one, I found this.

£299 with free delivery. The next best price is 309.00 @ Amazon but I get better cashback from play, plus I have had a lot of bad experience with Amazon - not to mention they charge for delivery!

This is quite a good price for a 720p HDTV. Don't be conned into getting 1080p for a 32inch, you will get a very similar picture.

Screen Size: 32" LCD Widescreen
Resolution: HD Ready (1366 x 768)
Tuner Type: Digital Freeview
Contrast Ratio: 18,000:1
Brightness: 500 cd/m2
Specifications
Viewing angle (degrees): 178
Response speed (msec): 8MS
Picture enhancement technology: Active vision
24p technology: Yes
Widescreen: Yes - 16:9 (683)
Ambient light sensor: Yes: Electronic Programme Guide (EPG): 8 days
HDMI connection(s): 3
Component video connection: Yes
Scart sockets: 2
RGB enabled scart sockets: 1
S-Video connection: Yes
AV inputs: Yes
Audio output: Co-axial digital connction (15200)
USB port: Yes
CI slot for pay TV channels: Yes
Headphone Socket
Can be used as a PC monitor: Yes
Sound system: Nicam Stereo
Audio power output RMS (watts): 20
Desktop Stand Included
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Be very careful ordering electrical equipment from Play, legal issues with warranty etc. in Jersey give them wiggle room if anything goes wrong ie they direct you to the manufacturer to sort things our rather than them dealing with it as the retailer.
#2
read (computeractive mag, issue 312, pge 62) jersey has now recently (1/9/09 ) brought in new sale of goods act, maybe changes now to above post.
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I don't quite understand why this is being voted cold, it's one of the cheapest, budget, brand name 32inch TV's you can buy with free delivery?

Play.com is perfectly fine to order electrical's off, I know loads of friends who have bought everything from CD players to TV's on there! You are fully covered by manufactures warranty regardless.

At the end of the day its your loss :)
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tehwabbit
I don't quite understand why this is being voted cold, it's one of the cheapest, budget, brand name 32inch TV's you can buy with free delivery?

Play.com is perfectly fine to order electrical's off, I know loads of friends who have bought everything from CD players to TV's on there! You are fully covered by manufactures warranty regardless.

At the end of the day its your loss :)


Its not a dig at the 'bargain' it is just making buyers aware of the potential pitfalls of buying higher value goods from Play.

Until recently (and dont know if the new legislation there will change things) Play will tell you they do not get involved in any warranty issues after 14 days of supply of goods, and will tell you to call the manufacturer to deal direct, when you call the manufacturer they will tell you to call the retailer (you get the picture) In addition Play have previously supplied non-UK electrical goods to customers, the problem with this is you dont know at the time and only if you have a warranty issue will you find that most UK manfacturers will not deal particularly if the goods come from non-EU markets.

Whether you consider this advice as a 'loss' to not buying this bargain that is your opinion, personally I would rather pay £10 more from a genuine UK seller and have all the comforts of the UK warranty to fall back on!
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nictry
Its not a dig at the 'bargain' it is just making buyers aware of the potential pitfalls of buying higher value goods from Play.

Until recently (and dont know if the new legislation there will change things) Play will tell you they do not get involved in any warranty issues after 14 days of supply of goods, and will tell you to call the manufacturer to deal direct, when you call the manufacturer they will tell you to call the retailer (you get the picture) In addition Play have previously supplied non-UK electrical goods to customers, the problem with this is you dont know at the time and only if you have a warranty issue will you find that most UK manfacturers will not deal particularly if the goods come from non-EU markets.

Whether you consider this advice as a 'loss' to not buying this bargain that is your opinion, personally I would rather pay £10 more from a genuine UK seller and have all the comforts of the UK warranty to fall back on!


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