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

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

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
Seems like a great price, any reviews of this??
#2
Not the best specs but a good price for those on a budget. I bought a Vistron 15" lcd tv 11 months ago from ebuyer and still working fine. :roll:
#3
super hot,... was 300 couple of weeks ago
#4
Surely this has got to be a misprice?? £229.99?
#5
thats bigpockets... not ebuyer
#6
garbage456
its a refurb


No mention of refurb on ebuyer
#7
Just ordered one for delivery tomorrow:thumbsup:
#8
flashy...

this is just what im after, at the price im after, i just have no money right now

and you know the story, by the time i have enuff money, itll be 300 again!!
#9
very tempted but the 1 hdmi out kinda put me off, need at least two.
banned#10
I bought a Hanspree 37" TV's from ebuyer, didnt like the picture so they hapilly collected it back from me, read the rules carefully, you have to sign for the tv with the following comments "damaged/unchecked" and then request a return within 7 days, they will then collect. I ordered another one as I thought the first model was faulty but that was poor picture as well, Im tempted to buy this as after all i can return it for a full refund if i dont like the picture. Ebuyer always posts its positive reviews as the negative review i posted never made their website. At this price its surely a steal but then they also have the 32" sense for an extra £70 which looks exactly like the samsung, even the connections are the same.
#11
diamond geeza
very tempted but the 1 hdmi out kinda put me off, need at least two.


Ebuyer have a 3 port hdmi add on for £20 ( quick find code 132433) so thats not really a problem.
#12
this uses a samsung screen, if its the same model that they were selling for 309.99 a few weeks ago on their newsletter, sure looks the same

i think most use the same, all tft screens are made by the big 4/5 companies tosh/samsung/sony so there all quite good i think
#13
Stock has dropped by 5 since posting so somebody must be buying them!:whistling:
banned#14
anyone know what wall mount to use? seems like the 4 screw are far in th corner so is it 400x400?
#15
chegz60
Stock has dropped by 5 since posting so somebody must be buying them!:whistling:


As I said one is for me.

I ordered two a few months back at just over £300 each - not sure if these are the same models exactly though.

The two 'gifts' are superb picture quality though for a budget model in fact V good overall.

When I set the two up (one for mother and one for mother in law) , I used our conservatory where I have a 19incher, I thought then I would like one in there... and now at a better price I'm havin' one:roll:
banned#16
swafe
thats bigpockets... not ebuyer


georgieboy123
As I said one is for me.

I ordered two a few months :


Can you tell me if its pleasant watching football on this tv or any fast moving sport?
Is it really as good as you describe or is it one you have decided to live with? sorry mate just asking as I only want to buy it if it has a good pic, not to fussed about the brand but if the pic is poor i will only return it. Thanks
#17
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/136347
The 32" is a steal at nearly the same price as thge 22" !
Has anyone actually got this exact model (32") and can say if it's OK?
:?
#19
Excellent Deal!!! very good price and seems like a very good TV shame i'm not after a TV anymore..

much better than the Bigpockets Deal.
#20
I do not have this model.

However I bought for my Nan the Vistron 32 inch with freeview for £300 a few months back. It is excellent. Not as good as my Sony, but for the money it is superb and I think this one at £230 is truly brilliant. If you're on a budget or want one for a spare room or kids, it is an excellent buy.

Voted HOT!!!
#21
Roccostan
Can you tell me if its pleasant watching football on this tv or any fast moving sport?
Is it really as good as you describe or is it one you have decided to live with? sorry mate just asking as I only want to buy it if it has a good pic, not to fussed about the brand but if the pic is poor i will only return it. Thanks


I have a Toshiba myself and the two I bought were gifts so I don't watch them regulary.

However, when I set them up I was very impressed. The spec of this one seem to match the spec that I ordered last time and so I think they are the same.

I've ordered this one 'cause I think the picture quality is well worth it for the price. They were advertised previously as having a Samsung screen, but not any more:?
banned#22
these also have a 60HZ screen, presumably better for sports? but the other sammy had a 120HZ screen, hmmmmmn
#23
Couldn't resist so have ordered one.:)
The price was just too tempting. Ebuyer change their prices very quickly so if you are tempted go for it!
#24
does this have an headphone/audio out? I wouldnt expect it to have much but would be nice to know before buying
#25
Bought one, these are proper cheap!! I bet they sell out, over 15 have gone since I saw it first.
#26
Wow great price! Really glad I didn't get the one from Bigpockets. Thanks OP ordered one :-D
#27
diamond geeza
does this have an headphone/audio out? I wouldnt expect it to have much but would be nice to know before buying

Doesn't look like it has. If this is the only reason for not buying you must be a picky!:p
banned#28
Just ordered one, could not resist the temptation. Free delivery as well, awesome!
#29
hi
does anyone know if this tv is wall mountable , it doesnt say anywhere on the website if it is

thanks
banned#30
mirpur786
hi
does anyone know if this tv is wall mountable , it doesnt say anywhere on the website if it is

thanks


oh masera if you look at he pics you will see there are mounts on the back
#31
Strangely enough the details of the Vistron Sense 32" @ £320 are exactly the same as this model. ;-)
#32
Just bought one at that price, it'll do lovely in the bedroom. I also got this wall mount.

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/130805

£254 delivered is a steal
#33
careful its a refurb
#34
deep
careful its a refurb


How do you know?
1 Like #35
http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=688026
check this before you buy for few more reviews
1 Like #36
swafe
this uses a samsung screen, if its the same model that they were selling for 309.99 a few weeks ago on their newsletter, sure looks the same

i think most use the same, all tft screens are made by the big 4/5 companies tosh/samsung/sony so there all quite good i think


Samsung are one of the largest manufacturers of LCD panels so loads of companies use them. It doesn't mean they are reliable or have good picture quality, just so you know. It is generally the image processing technology that makes TVs much better, for example Panasonic's Viera engine or Sony's Bravia. Just a little bit of info so that people don't go expecting Samsung quality for this price. If you put this up against any large manufacturer's LCD screen I bet my house it will be much worse.
#37
Could you possibly link this up to your PC then and use this as a monitor and a TV?

Just curious.
banned#38
james2805
Could you possibly link this up to your PC then and use this as a monitor and a TV?

Just curious.


Yes, it can be hooked up to you PC and used as monitor,

However after reading some of the reviews on the AV Forums I have just cancelled my order, lots of people had problems with this television and then ther wa a recall on them, although replaced etc, im thinking, "Do I really need that hassle!......No Thank You
#39
The cheap price might be reflecting the history of this LCD TV.
Hope its not a buy cheap buy twice item for you guys
Will be interested in the future reviews......Good Luck
#40
Roccostan
Yes, it can be hooked up to you PC and used as monitor,

However after reading some of the reviews on the AV Forums I have just cancelled my order, lots of people had problems with this television and then ther wa a recall on them, although replaced etc, im thinking, "Do I really need that hassle!......No Thank You


Was just thinking the same, I might be better off spending the extra £150-200 and getting a quality LCD. After all, i'll be making good use of it so might as well buy something reliable.

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