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ViewSonic 40" HD Ready Digital LCD TV £399.00

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No matter if for thrilling video entertainment in the home or as a wide-screen entertainment and information display for public spaces, the 40" N4066w (102cm) with DVB-T digital TV receiving capability is an excellent choice. The stylish next generation high definition LCD TV with an HDMI (HDCP compliant) interface guarantees true digital connectivity for improved uncompressed digital video and audio quality. Equipped with advanced DNX video signal processing it boasts an ultra-high contrast ratio and brightness value for sharper, brighter and richer images. Furthermore, the latest generation ultra fast-response time panel will provide a completely fluid viewing experience even when watching fast moving, high-speed images. The advanced integrated sound system will immerse you with impressive virtual surround sound.
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#1
Only seems to be 720p resolution, OK on 32 inch but not great for a 40 inch display. really need 1080p for best in HD
#2
free glass tv stand too :)
#3
Be very careful when you buy from this company (and BT.com). Make sure you only pay with a credit card which offers a fraud protection. Only pay through Dabs checkout (not via Paypal or Google). Read the previous Dabs.com threads here on HotUK for more info.
#4
this tveeee runs 1080i i bought one for my parents last year, its a great price, i paid £1100 for it, if i remember rightly it has a samsung screen.
#5
fozzy17
this tveeee runs 1080i i bought one for my parents last year, its a great price, i paid £1100 for it, if i remember rightly it has a samsung screen.


is viewsonic that tesco company or is that technosonic?
#6
ALICOM007
is viewsonic that tesco company or is that technosonic?



http://www.viewsoniceurope.com/uk/Products/LCD.htm
#7
No matter if for thrilling video entertainment in the home or as a wide-screen entertainment and information display for public spaces, the 40” N4066w (102cm) with DVB-T digital TV receiving capability is an excellent choice. The stylish next generation high definition LCD TV with an HDMI (HDCP compliant) interface

guarantees true digital connectivity for improved uncompressed digital video and audio quality. Equipped with advance DNX video signal processing it boasts an ultra-high contrast ratio and brightness value for sharper, brighter and richer images. Furthermore, the latest generation ultra fast response time panel will provide a completely fluid viewing experience even when watching fast moving, high-speed images. The advanced integrated sound system will immerse you with impressive virtual surround sound.

LCD
Type 40” S-PVA colour TFT active matrix, wide 1366 x 768
Display Area 88.5cm (horizontal) x 49.8cm (vertical), 102cm diagonal
Brightness 500cd/m² (typ.)
Contrast Ratio 1200:1 (typ.)
Viewing Angle 178° horizontal, 178° vertical (at 10:1)
Response Time 8ms (grey-to-grey)
Aspect Ratio 16:9 native (4:3, 16:9 zoom, 14:9 switchable)
Panel Surface Anti-glare 3H

Connector
Tuner-analogue 1 x Coax RF (PAL/SECAM)
Tuner-digital 1 x Coax (DVB-T)
Digital-Video 1 x HDMI (HDCP)
SCART² 3 x SCART (CVBS In/Out, RGB In, S-Video In, Audio In/Out)
Component-Video 1 x RCA set (YPbPr/YCbCr)
S-Video 1 x 4-pin mini DIN jack
Composite-Video-In 1 x RCA (CVBS)
PC-In 1 x 15-pin mini D-sub
Audio-In 1 x L/R RCA set (Composite/S-video)
1 x L/R RCA set (digital video)
1 x 3.5mm mini stereo jack (PC)
Audio-Out 1 x L/R RCA set
Headphones 1 x 3.5mm mini stereo jack
Power 3-pin plug (CEE22)

Audio
Speakers 2 x 10 watts SRS WOW

Video Input PAL (B/G, D/K, I), SECAM (L), NTSC³ SDTV/EDTV (480i/p, 576i/p), HDTV (720p, 1080i), DVB-T

Compatibility
PC- Compatible from 640 x 480 up to 1360 x 768, 1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz preferred
Mac - Power Mac up to 832 x 624

Power
Voltage AC 100 – 240V, 50/60Hz (auto switch); internal, fanless power supply
Consumption 260 watt (typ.)
#8
http://www.pleksit.com/juha/temp/IMG_3644.JPG
#9
fozzy17
this tveeee runs 1080i i bought one for my parents last year, its a great price, i paid £1100 for it, if i remember rightly it has a samsung screen.


1080i is a requirement of the HD Ready specification so it is no surprise really as all HD Ready TVs must meet this criteria.

Re: Your comment about Samsung panels used for Viewsonic - what is that based on? Even if it was Samsung it doesn't have much of an impact on specifications as back lighting and the processor specifications far outweight the branding of the panel - this is how cheap LCD TV companies get away with claiming Samsung Panel, LG Panel, Chimei Panel and so on.
#10
ElliottC
1080i is a requirement of the HD Ready specification so it is no surprise really as all HD Ready TVs must meet this criteria.

Re: Your comment about Samsung panels used for Viewsonic - what is that based on? Even if it was Samsung it doesn't have much of an impact on specifications as back lighting and the processor specifications far outweight the branding of the panel - this is how cheap LCD TV companies get away with claiming Samsung Panel, LG Panel, Chimei Panel and so on.



there was a thread running on the avforums at the time, its £400 for a 40" LCD i dont work for the company and have no interest in buying one myself, just passing of my information that i have and have actually seen this lcd running hi-def movies, and for £400 its a bargain.
#11
1080i is a requirement of the HD Ready specification so it is no surprise really as all HD Ready TVs must meet this criteria.

i do know something about HD setup's, i stated it was 1080i because an above post stated it was 720p when in fact it runs up to 1080i.
#12
fozzy17
1080i is a requirement of the HD Ready specification so it is no surprise really as all HD Ready TVs must meet this criteria.

i do know something about HD setup's, i stated it was 1080i because an above post stated it was 720p when in fact it runs up to 1080i.


You are right in that the TV accepts a 1080i input (I think that is what you are stating) but the post regarding 720p was the output resolution although it does seem like "Only 720p" are quite superfluous comments everytime a budget LCD TV is posted on this forum.
#13
was going to buy this , however after reading customer reviews on internet about this company i would not buy a thing from them
seems to be cheap prices which is all well and good until somthing goes wrong and then they ignore you , dont pay quidco , poor delivery - dont come when they say , cannot speak to a person only contact through email except if buying then of course they will talk to you

if i could buy it from a half decent supplier at this price i would buy it , but i cant find anyone else selling it

going to buy the 37" phillips plasma from richer sounds for the same money - at least there c.s is good
#14
anyway people this has 8m/s response time which is really slow in my book and makes pictures blurry!!!
#15
nafanny999
anyway people this has 8m/s response time which is really slow in my book and makes pictures blurry!!!


Are you sure? The response time of an LCD display is measured differently by different manufacturers. Most quote the fastest pixel change time, rather than an average pixel change time. To my knowledge, no manufacturer quote the worst case scenario as many consumers will be put off (incorrectly though, as they don't understand what it is but blindly look for figures). So, the speed to change the colours of a pixel will depend on the colour being changed. Grey to grey may have a much quicker response time than red to green for example. Manufacturers won't tell you this but will quote the time for the quickest pixel change rather than an average.

Furthermore, 8 ms response time (assuming all pixel changes take this time) does NOT make the picture blurry at all (although the slowest response time for certain pixel changes, which the manufacturers do not document, may well do). Effectively, an LCD could have a 50ms response time for every single pixel change except for gray to black which may have a 5 ms response time, for agrument's sake. Despite the very slow response times in general, the manufacturer will still boast a 5 ms response time. I have reviewed many displays in the past and found that 20ms or less is sufficient. There is a threshold in which the human eye can detect certain things and anything below 20 ms is actually overkill. Take a digital 6 inch by 4 inch scanned photo for example. Any resolution higher than 300 dpi is pointless as the human eye cannot detect the extra dots, yet manufacturers will like to boast 1200 dpi or even higher.

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