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Vistron 32" HD Ready TV Built In Digital Freeview - Gloss Black - £289.98 Delivered!

£289.98 @ Ebuyer
With 217 reviews and 4.5 stars this TV looks great. I will be buying one of these soon when my bedroom is done out. It features Built in Digital Freeview giving you access to hundreds of more chann… Read More
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With 217 reviews and 4.5 stars this TV looks great. I will be buying one of these soon when my bedroom is done out.

It features Built in Digital Freeview giving you access to hundreds of more channels, giving you much more choice. If you decide you want to switch over to High Definition TV the Vistron 32" is the perfect solution giving superb picture clarity in true High Definition.
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#1
"With 217 reviews and 4.5 stars this TV looks great. I will be buying one of these soon when my bedroom is done out."

Don't count on it staying this price for long, ebuyer will put it back up soon enough.
Great deal for now though.
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"With 217 reviews and 4.5 stars this TV looks great. I will be buying one of these soon when my bedroom is done out."
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remember that these are ebuyer "approved" reviews. I am not implying they censor the bad ones, but AVForums might give a less biased view
http://www.avforums.com/
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remember that these are ebuyer "approved" reviews. I am not immplying they censor the bad ones, but AVForums might give a less biased view
http://www.avforums.com/


You might not want to imply it, but I can state it as fact, as it happened to me...
Honest opinion? Unless you are prepared to put up with a load of hassle, and trust pure luck, don't touch this TV... for the sake of less than 50 quid, save your self the grief, it's ****, and mainly returns too...
Before anyone asks, yes, I had four returned them all, and then spent more money and got a decent telly!
#4
have phillips and samsung not hit the 3300 mark now ?
#5
Full review
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I was looking for an LCD TV for the LOunge of my new flat and wanted to keep the budget as low as possible since moving is so expensive. I came across the Vistron 32" HD Ready TV through one of my IT suppliers who recommended it as a great value LCD TV for those who don't need all of the bells and whistles of a Samsung or a Sony, but want an attractive TV that does a job.
It certainly does that. The picture quality is excellent, it has inbuilt feet negating the need for an additional stand or wall mount (Whilst still being able to be wall mounted) and is very intuitive to set up and configure.

It has dual SCART Inputs for both Sky and DVD players without the need for extension boards. The remote also integrates seemlessly with Sky as well.
The speakers do have a slight tendency to buzz a little at the low end of the bass spectrum, but being side mounted they provide excellent stereo sound.

Overall, it's a great purchase for the price and fits in the lounge excellently.
#6
Lol, great review!!
Whilst i don't doubt that there are SOME good ones out there (surely there must be, surely!!) far too many people have complaints about this tv...
My own personal experience: I had four, all were delivered in apparently opened and resealed boxes, with used inner packaging. 3 of the four boxes were physically damaged, and 2 of the sets also had physical damage, in one case, pretty bad. The other two that weren't damaged, had faults. Both wouldn't tune all the channels in (very insensitive tuners) one had dodgy sound, and all four wouldn't go quiet enough to use next to a sleeping partner in a bedroom. Definately something to consider if use in a bedroom is intended...

And what are you talking about 'the remote integrates seamlessly with sky'....? The remote hardly works with the TV itself, let alone sky!!!
#7
I think "the remote integrate seamlessly with sky" quote does ring true ... BOTH are a crock of Rocking Horse Poo!!

Seriously put the words "ex demo" into the ebuyer search engine and see what results come up if you don't believe me ...

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