Vistron 22" HD Ready LCD TV Freeview 1680X1050 700:1 300cdm2 HDMI Black - £189.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Television Picture Features
1080P High Definition Ready.
22inch CPTHigh Quality Panel l
Resolution 1680X1050 pixels.
Receiving 1080P signal upgrades
Soft picture and no harm to your eyes
Integrated digital and analogue
Brightness 300 cd/m2.
Contrast 700:1
60Hz Vertical Frame Rate
Viewing angle 170/170 degrees.
Progressive scan..
Interleaved scan
Picture size among 16:9 ,4:3,
Connectivity
1 HDMI socket.
1 SCART socket.
PC input socket.
S-Video socket
PC audio socket.
1 AV sockets.
2 IN 1 Tuner( digital and analogue combined)
Headphone output socket
DC socket
Sound Features

NICAM stereo sound.
Balance, Bass, Treble, equalizer
DAUL1, DAUL2 ,MONO, STEREO
2 x 3w RMS power output.
Digital picture Features
Digitally interactive.
Digital teletext
Digital index
Picture size between 16:9 and 4:3
Digital subcode
Auto setup.
Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
Manu scan for new channels
Auto scan for new channels.
electronic programme guide (EPG).
Parental rating
Additional Features
3D noise reduction
UHF and VHF tuner.
Auto setup.
Auto search tuner.
Auto search sorting.
NO signal automatic power off
Sleep timer.
Child lock.
Channel swap
Manual and Fine tune
Freeze Picture
Blue black
Color temperature
OSD transparent
OSD language
Stand by Power consumption: <3w
NTSC compatible.
Remote control requires 2 x 1.5V batteries.
12V---5A DC mains operation.
Complete with tabletop stand.
Color system : PAL/SECAM/AUTO
Sound system: :I /BG/DK I/LL/L/AUTO
Dimensions

Size of TV (L)53.5cm, (W)7.5cm, (H)41.9cm.without stand
Size of TV (L)53.5cm, (W) 17.5cm, (H)43.9cm with stand
Weight

Weight of TV 5.1kg
Weight of TV 6kg with stand
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#1
Obviously, due to it's native res, it will accept a 1080P signal but it downscales it.
Anyway, having 1080P on a screen this small would be pointless as you wouldn't see any difference.

Hot from me, as I like Vistron screens.
#2
I always think stating its 1080p ready when it can't show it is a bit of cheat...there are gonna be a lot of people who don't realise it hasn't got a high enough res to show it and buy it thinking it can.
#3
No component input? No HD output for xbox360 users with older machines then.
#4
Can this be wall mounted?
Looks like it has 4 holes for a vesa bracket but can't make my mind up from the pictures.
#5
The abuse of the word "ready" will eventually kill the word in everyday usage! How about these:-

Your dinner is fully ready (go and cook it yourself)
Train is fully ready on the platform (but not going)
etc..

Good price for the 22", not for me, try to avoid black colour, have enough of these black units already, any more the house would be pitch black.
#6
machofairy
No component input? No HD output for xbox360 users with older machines then.

Could you use a VGA cable?
#7
machofairy
No component input? No HD output for xbox360 users with older machines then.


VGA, which is better than component anyway.

:whistling:
#8
I got the 32" one of these last week for just £269 and it is amazing value for the screen! and for 300 it comes next day delivered and with a wall mount. So Amazing deal!
#9
I have mentioned it before, but will say it again anyway...

I bought one of these a couple of months ago, Paid slightly more £190.

I don't like this TV.

- The case is flimsy (don't notice when up on a wall though)
- The sound is appalling (really tinny - sounds like a transistor radio)
- The Analogue tuner is poor - Interference patterns, grainy image.
- Can't comment on digital - Never been able to try it.
- It can turn itself on from Standby. Not good in the middle of the night.
- There is no power button.
- There are no Sky remote code for this TV.

Having said all that, if you are using it a monitor then it should be OK.

I have just replaced this with a Samsung LE23R86. The difference is enormous. Crystal clear picture (no interference at all on analogue), brilliant bassy sound, sky codes, build quality. You get so much more for the extra £100.

I have heard "Buy cheap, Buy twice" on this forum many times - Never thought it would apply to me!!
#10
nalla
Can this be wall mounted?
Looks like it has 4 holes for a vesa bracket but can't make my mind up from the pictures.


Yep.

VESA 100x100
#11
dawg
Yep.

VESA 100x100


:thumbsup: thanks for that
#12
dawg "- It can turn itself on from Standby. Not good in the middle of the night."

My Samsung plasma used to do this... due to the "automatically check for new firmware" which would be through the digital receiver.... Setting it to manual solved it..... Your Samsung set might do the same thing....
#13
twe
dawg "- It can turn itself on from Standby. Not good in the middle of the night."

My Samsung plasma used to do this... due to the "automatically check for new firmware" which would be through the digital receiver.... Setting it to manual solved it..... Your Samsung set might do the same thing....


Hi twe,

It was my Vistron that turned itself on. The Samsung its just great!

Cheers.
#14
He said your Samsung MIGHT do this, implying that it may turn its self on time to time - even if you haven't experienced it yet...
#15
1080p is fairly close to the resolution of this screen, closer than 720p anyway. so it is definately a bonus, even if it cannot show it fully. I know that 1080p on my samsung 22" scaled down a little, looks far superior to 720p scaled up to the native res.

Obviously this is less important in a 26/32" with a native res of 1366x768 or whatever it is, as that is far closer to 720p...

Can't comment on this screen but a friend has the 32" vistron and that looks pretty good.
#16
With that resolution it's more like a PC monitor that has a TV tuner forcibly inserted non? My monitor has speakers, I had the misfortune of hooking up the PS2 to it once, sounded awful (I don't mind, I have an av receiver so don't use integrated speakers on anything). Judging by the previous poster who has this model it would seem the same is true on this 'TV'.
#17
Thank God for that, i've been looking for a TV with 'Soft picture and no harm to your eyes' for quite some time now.
#18
how good is the sound on this?? anyone??
#19
MBeeching
Thank God for that, i've been looking for a TV with 'Soft picture and no harm to your eyes' for quite some time now.


I've been desperately looking for an alternative which makes me go blind. any suggestions?
#20
also is this http://www.ebuyer.com/product/136348/show_product_reviews the same tv but a 26" version??
#21
OmniGod;2087357
I've been desperately looking for an alternative which makes me go blind. any suggestions?


http://digg.com/design/HANNSpree_reinforces_claim_on_ugliest_TV_in_existence/p.jpg
#22
lever.mark;2086987
1080p is fairly close to the resolution of this screen, closer than 720p anyway. so it is definately a bonus, even if it cannot show it fully.



Not really, every HDTV can downscale. More importantly, a downscale from 1080 to 1050 is really awkward and difficult to process properly. You'd be a lot better off if it overscanned (ie just threw away the 30 spare pixels), and kept the aspect ratio, but most HDTVs are too stupid to do that.
#23
in this case you wouldn't be better off, cos you wouldn't be just cutting off 30 vertical pixels - true 1080p is 1920*1080, so to overscan and display it on a 1680*1050 display, you'd lose 240 pixels horizontally as well. computer displays are 16:10 ratio where HDTV is 16:9 ratio, which is why you need such a big screen (1920*1200) to display it properly, and with black bars at top and bottom.

a few HD ready screens use lesser horizontal pixels (often 1080*1080), but use rectangular pixels, which dtracts from the quality of the image.

and MBeeching, OMG, that looks so much like the dino in Jurassic park, hahaha.
#24
this tv looks sooo tempting to put in my room and hook it upto my xbox

however, i already have a Fujitsu Siemens SCALEOVIEW D22W-1 and was wondering if this would look any better (or worse for that matter) with my xbox 360 connected via vga cable??

yus786
#25
So whats a better TV this one or http://www.ebuyer.com/product/132112?gclid=CIL_15__oJMCFRWo1QodbFq5nA

Want to order on monday :D
#26
The only benefit of having the set accept a 1080p signal but not display it, is if it could process video shot at 24fps, which it cant.

all xbox and ps3 games are rendered 720p bar two, as are most hd broadcast. plus that tv i believe is 16:10 not 16:9 wideacreen so you'll have to watch stuff stretched or letter boxed.
#27
lowfoon
also is this http://www.ebuyer.com/product/136348/show_product_reviews the same tv but a 26" version??


also read these reviews that haven't been vetted by ebuyer

http://forums.ebuyer.com/showthread.php?t=19923
#28
droitwichdosser
also read these reviews that haven't been vetted by ebuyer

http://forums.ebuyer.com/showthread.php?t=19923


The guy who posted that thread was talking about having a poor quality picture from an SD source through his SCART cable.
Hardly the best use of a HD TV, is it?

I've bought 3 Vistron TV's this year, all have had superb picture quality from both a HD source, and an SD source upscaled via HDMI (tested with XBOX 360, V+ box (both SD and HD channels looked great), and finally a Sumvision upscaling DivX DVD player).

Hardly Vistron's fault if people who buy HD TV's don't know how to get the best out of them.
#29
I received mine this morning. Using it as a bedroom TV with the inbuilt freeview and Sky+ box. Apart from some greasy finger prints on the screen and a slightly wonky 'Vistron' label below the screen it seems fine. Watched Channel 4 racing to check out a bit of rapid movement, not pretty close up but once i got 6ft away looked perfectly fine. Sound went to more than loud enough, put it on the 'pop' setting to give it a richer sound, other wise left the settings at about 50%. So quite happy for the price.

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