Vistron 32" LCD TV HD Ready Digital Freeview Built in 1366x768 800:1 500cd/m2 HDMI Gloss Black only £299.99 delivered - HotUKDeals
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Apparantly, this is the cheapest 32" tv in the UK and to include delivery too, it does seem likely it is.

The Cheapest 32" TV with Built in Freeview in the UK...

The 32" Vistron making the images more vibrant and clear.

This Vistron LCD would be the centre piece of any living room.

With its slick lines and superb features this TV would be the centre piece of any living room.

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.

Television Picture Features
1080i High Definition Ready.
32 inch AUO /CMO High Quality Panel
Resolution 1366x768 pixels.
Receiving 1080i signal
Zero X radiation complies to green environment protection requirement
Soft picture and no harm to your eyes
Integrated digital and analogue
Brightness 500 cd/m2.
Contrast 800:1
60Hz Vertical Frame Rate
Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
Progressive scan.
Interleaved scan
Picture size among 16:9 ,4:3
Connectivity
HDMI socket.
SCART socket.
PC input socket.
S-Video socket
YPBPR socket.
PC audio socket.
2 AV sockets.
2 IN 1 Tuner (digital and analogue combined)
Sound Features
NICAM stereo sound.
Balance, Bass, Treble
DAUL1, DAUL2 ,MONO, STEREO
2 x 6w 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
Recover a factory constitution
Stand by Power consumption: <3w
NTSC compatible.
Remote control requires 2 x 1.5V batteries.
100V240V AC mains operation.
Complete with tabletop stand.
PIP mode
Color system: PAL/SECAM/AUTO
Sound system: :I /BG/DK I/LL/L/AUTO
Dimensions
Size of TV (L)80cm, (W)10.5cm, (H)55cm without stand
Size of TV (L)80cm, (W)20cm, (H)60cm with stand
Weight
Weight of TV: 14kg without stand
Weight of TV: 16kg with stand
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#1
Has this got a plug for a headphone?
#2
nice find! voted hot.
#3
voted hot.
#4
Thinking of getting a HD tv. Im also gettin a PS£ next month when GTA comes out. Can anyone reccomend if this is a good tele for gaming. Will Blue ray films also look good on it? Cheers for the help
#5
Good price, not sure what to say about the tv though, have heard bad things about these vistrons. Voted hot for a budget tv though.
#6
gam3r
Good price, not sure what to say about the tv though, have heard bad things about these vistrons. Voted hot for a budget tv though.


what have you heard? was thinking of getting one for a friend who needs it for his CCTV in his garage...... any good?
#7
@ Eggon

it will be fine for ps3 and films, just connect it using an hdmii cable. think you get one with the ps3

@ amansk, you must have rich friends who are gonna use a 32" lcd for a cctv monitor in their garage lol
#8
dj_lloyde
@ Eggon

it will be fine for ps3 and films, just connect it using an hdmii cable. think you get one with the ps3

@ amansk, you must have rich friends who are gonna use a 32" lcd for a cctv monitor in their garage lol


haha, well, its ten cameras to connect to one screen, hope 32" will be big enough, and he usually has expensive cars on the ramps etc.... do you think it will be sufficient?
#9
amansk
haha, well, its ten cameras to connect to one screen, hope 32" will be big enough, and he usually has expensive cars on the ramps etc.... do you think it will be sufficient?


bloody hell who is your mate?? Tony Montana???
#10
Eggon
bloody hell who is your mate?? Tony Montana???


lol, he is a mechanic, based in a very expensive area so has high end sports cars to work on etc...
#11
Eggon
bloody hell who is your mate?? Tony Montana???


haha, that made me crack up, especially as ScarFace is one of my fave films of all time. :-D

I think it would be fine but I don't know as the main TV for the house, as the contract seems a little low to me but it'll be great for gaming consoles or for the kids. :)
#12
realfriendlyman
haha, that made me crack up, especially as ScarFace is one of my fave films of all time. :-D

I think it would be fine but I don't know as the main TV for the house, as the contract seems a little low to me but it'll be great for gaming consoles or for the kids. :)


great, went ahead and ordered it. if its only for CCTV it will be fine. but there is always extra inputs for expansion if required. £300 LCD TV, can't really go wrong.
#13
I think that its a very good price for the spec of the TV but if your serious about gaming then buy a tv with a higher contrast ratio. If your a casual gamer then with a HDMI cable it'll be fine.
#14
Bought ther Senso last week from here for daughter, she is absolutely amazed, very glossy very sleek, better than mine, lovely tv with built in freeview £305 32"
#15
ive got one of these, had it for a month or so. Cant fault it for the money. the freeview works fine with a decent picture and gaming is exellent - I have it hooked up to my 360, only using an Svideo lead, and it really is good.

The only downside to this tv is the remote which can be abit awkward at times, and you need to make sure it is pointed directly at the receiver. It isnt too much of a problem though.

Overall, I can recommend this tv to anyone wanting a large LCD screen on a budget.
#16
Just for anyone wondering, I ordered the 42" sense vistron and have to say it is great value for money.

Like all HD TV's the quality of the signal you put into it affects the clarifty a lot, so SKY+ via scart is definatley watchable but not as god as a standard CRT (normal telly).

But once hooked upto a PS3 the picture on both Blu Ray and Games is fantastic, it copes with everything very well for its pricetag. OK the blacks are not as black as on a £1200 version, but I would definatley buy another Vistron TV if I needed one.

I've popped this info in here, just because I struggled to find too much info on the web about it so although its not the same actual TV I hope the above is some use to people deciding whether to risk it or not, I am definatley glad I did, I got the 42" 1080p version for £530.
#17
gizmo_gadgets
Just for anyone wondering, I ordered the 42" sense vistron and have to say it is great value for money.

Like all HD TV's the quality of the signal you put into it affects the clarifty a lot, so SKY+ via scart is definatley watchable but not as god as a standard CRT (normal telly).

But once hooked upto a PS3 the picture on both Blu Ray and Games is fantastic, it copes with everything very well for its pricetag. OK the blacks are not as black as on a £1200 version, but I would definatley buy another Vistron TV if I needed one.

I've popped this info in here, just because I struggled to find too much info on the web about it so although its not the same actual TV I hope the above is some use to people deciding whether to risk it or not, I am definatley glad I did, I got the 42" 1080p version for £530.


Cheers for that mate, Ive just put a order in for the tele, Should be with me tomoz :)
#18
Good price for the tv, it has previously been at this price a few weeks ago before returning to £319, I purchased the Sense version which again is made by Vistron for £299. When I phoned Ebuyer I was told by sales as I had both tv's i mind to go for the Sense due to previous reliability with the Vistron. I'm normally sceptical about sales pointing me in the direction of a product however he pointed me in the direction of the cheaper model(novel change). The spec seems the same as the Sense version and I have had no complaints about the TV, excellent picture quality and very easy set up even for a non techie person. The only little niggle being there are no Sky+ codes available out there.
Given the choice from what I have read I would choose the Sense version over the Vistron
#19
It can't be the cheapest in the Uk, I bought one for £100.00 from Musthave100...just still waiting for a confirmed delivery date that's all:whistling: Can't wait!

what?

what?
:thumbsup:
#20
Am sure this is the same t.v. that was on HUKD over a week ago for £229 or is it just me?
#21
robin hud
Am sure this is the same t.v. that was on HUKD over a week ago for £229 or is it just me?



YEP.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/166587/vistron-32-lcd-tv-hd-ready-freeview/
#22
can i connect my virgin tv to this model?
#23
mrmcgloo
ive got one of these, had it for a month or so. Cant fault it for the money. the freeview works fine with a decent picture and gaming is exellent - I have it hooked up to my 360, only using an Svideo lead, and it really is good.

The only downside to this tv is the remote which can be abit awkward at times, and you need to make sure it is pointed directly at the receiver. It isnt too much of a problem though.

Overall, I can recommend this tv to anyone wanting a large LCD screen on a budget.



Good God, do yourself a favour and pick up a HDMI cable (or component if your 360 doesn't have HDMI). You've got a HDTV and HD console yet you're playing it in standard definition mode. The 360 will look 1000 times better at 720p through HDMI, we're talking about a monumental difference, you'll think you've bought a new console
#24
I ordered one of these last week at £229, but they cancelled my order as it was a missprice. I was gutted. I'm going to wait until the price does drop.
#25
I ordered one at £229 too a fortnight ago but they didn't honour the price because it was a misprice.

I won't settle paying any higher for it now :-D
#26
Im wonderin if this has warranty?? can anyone help???

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