Vistron 42" LCD TV (LG panel) Freeview 1080p 1920x1080 3xHDMI @ ebuyer £499.99 - HotUKDeals
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Ignore the contrast ratio, Vistron screens are ALWAYS higher as they have newer panels in to when the product details were made (expect it to be 1200 - 1500)

TheVistron 42" TV has outstanding picture and sound quality that rivals the likes of LG& Samsung. With a High Gloss finish this TV truly defines style. And the TV does not stop there; it boasts high contrast ratios, great viewing angles and 2x HDMI Connections. Sense is sure to compliment any room of your home.

Television Picture Features
1080P High Definition Ready.
42inch LG High Quality Panel
Resolution 1920x1080 pixels.
Receiving 1080P 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, ZOOM1, ZOOM2 and panorama.
Connectivity
3 HDMI sockets.
2 SCART sockets.
PC input socket.
S-Video socket
YPBPR socket.
PC audio socket.
1 AV socket.
2 IN 1 Tuner( digital and analogue combined)
Sound Features
NICAM stereo sound.
Balance, Bass, Treble
DAUL1, DAUL2 ,MONO, STEREO
2 x 8w 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.
Vesa Standard: 200x600mm
Color system : PAL/SECAM/AUTO
Sound system: :I /BG/DK I/LL/L/AUTO
Dimensions
Size of TV (L)103cm, (W)13cm, (H)70cm.without stand
Size of TV (L)103cm, (W) 26cm, (H)74cm with stand
Weight
Weight of TV 26.5kg.without stand
Weight of TV 28.5kg. with stand
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#1
http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/R0136351-01.jpg
#2
Looks... good. Heat added
#3
looks good, but to be honest i learnt my mistake after the hitachi ordeal

my advice is to actually look at the screen in the flesh before you buy it
#4
Do you think this would serve as a good display for computer monitor / gaming usage (and a bit of tv every now n then)?
#5
You'v e really gotta check them out in real life before you buy a tv. It,s like buying a bed, without trying it out, having said that i bought my bed online without trying the firmness of the mattress.
#6
hot
heat added
#7
Contrast 800:1 Rubbish
#8
Voted hot. What a great deal!! 1080p LG screen for under £500!? How can this not be hot!?!?!?
#9
go4go13;2062685
Contrast 800:1 Rubbish


The dynamic contrast you see on the big brands is a bit of a lie too. Totally ruins the picture.
#10
Enemy_of_The_State
Do you think this would serve as a good display for computer monitor / gaming usage (and a bit of tv every now n then)?


I wouldn't really recommend it for PC use as you'd get a similar resolution from a 20-24" display. TVs are a much lower resolution that a dedicated monitor counterpart. I knew someone who tried to use a 32" Samsung TV as a PC display. He had to sit fairly close to it to run it at any sort of useable resolution for work and it just gave him terrible eyestrain and neck-ache.

Stick to a monitor - probably the best solution.
#11
Buy cheap...buy twice. Don't be fooled by these "LG screen" things. Most LCD panels use LG/Samsung screens, but a lot of them break due to low quality manufacturing, which this one will have. Check AVForums, the Vistrons are said to be good TVs if you can get one which works.
#12
go4go13
Contrast 800:1 Rubbish
Did you not read the first paragragh of this thread?

I've bought 3 Vistron TV's this year, and all have them have had higher contrast ratio than stated, and pretty much everyone else who buys them says the same thing.
Also, all of them are great picture quality, and have had no problems with them.
#13
Darthballs
looks good, but to be honest i learnt my mistake after the hitachi ordeal

my advice is to actually look at the screen in the flesh before you buy it


well said, a bit off topic but how you getting on with your new panasonic?
#14
bossmanuk
Buy cheap...buy twice. Don't be fooled by these "LG screen" things. Most LCD panels use LG/Samsung screens, but a lot of them break due to low quality manufacturing, which this one will have. Check AVForums, the Vistrons are said to be good TVs if you can get one which works.



I completely disagree with this. I have a number of properties I rent out and all have either an LG LCD or an LG plasma in them, as well as having the same in my own house in Glasgow and flat in London. In three years the only problem, I have had is with two of the remote controls. The quality of the picture is very good and the connectivity is second to none. I've been very impressed and happy with them, especially as they cost considerably less then other brands...
#15
jads
I wouldn't really recommend it for PC use as you'd get a similar resolution from a 20-24" display. TVs are a much lower resolution that a dedicated monitor counterpart. I knew someone who tried to use a 32" Samsung TV as a PC display. He had to sit fairly close to it to run it at any sort of useable resolution for work and it just gave him terrible eyestrain and neck-ache.

Stick to a monitor - probably the best solution.


It's 1080p (1920x1080.) Thats pretty high. I have a 1080p tv and I wouldn't want a higher res. Most "monitors" don't go that high.
#16
Bully
well said, a bit off topic but how you getting on with your new panasonic?


pretty amazing tbh, ive just hooked up an xbox via hdmi, it accepts 1080p (scaled?) but still looks superb :D
#17
Is it maybe worth spending an extra £40 to buy this one ...

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134875?refmen=awb

Lots of good reviews.
#18
ffa1
Is it maybe worth spending an extra £40 to buy this one ...

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134875?refmen=awb

Lots of good reviews.

Other than looks, there's very little difference, in fact you only get 2 HDMI ports with that one.
#19
it only has 2 hdmi connections, not the 3 which is stated in the title. cheers
#20
shrapnel
it only has 2 hdmi connections, not the 3 which is stated in the title. cheers


It looks like 3 to me ...

See image 6 (of 8.)

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/136351#
#21
shrapnel
it only has 2 hdmi connections, not the 3 which is stated in the title. cheers


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ijae2WHdc9I&feature=related

http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/R0136351-06.jpg
#22
800:1 has to be the worst contrast i've seen in an lcd tv, how can it compete with samsungs new 42" due for release this month with a CR of 1000000:1

Get real, lose the heat vote cold it will be the worst tv you every buy!
#23
kobirulali
You'v e really gotta check them out in real life before you buy a tv. It,s like buying a bed, without trying it out, having said that i bought my bed online without trying the firmness of the mattress.


LOL !!! Don't do as I do, do as I say :-D
#24
jamesa007
800:1 has to be the worst contrast i've seen in an lcd tv, how can it compete with samsungs new 42" due for release this month with a CR of 1000000:1

Get real, lose the heat vote cold it will be the worst tv you every buy!

Get real?

Firstyl, like I already told someone else, READ THE FIRST PARAGRAGH OF THE THREAD!
All vistron screens now come with newer panels that have a much higher contrast ratio, and as I've bought 3 Vistron LCD TV's this year I can confrim that myself.

Secondly, please don't quote DYNAMIC contrast ratio's, they're turning into a joke.
Manufacturers are just pulling numbers out of a hat now.

Dynamic contrast ratio is NOT the true contrast ratio, the sooner people realise that the sooner people will stop comparing them....
#25
Filthy Monkey
I completely disagree with this. I have a number of properties I rent out and all have either an LG LCD or an LG plasma in them, as well as having the same in my own house in Glasgow and flat in London. In three years the only problem, I have had is with two of the remote controls. The quality of the picture is very good and the connectivity is second to none. I've been very impressed and happy with them, especially as they cost considerably less then other brands...



Sorry I think you misinterpreted my point. LG are a very good brand and make very good screens and are also very reliable. The brands such as Vistron who use "LG panels" have nowhere near the same quality as the actual LG branded ones. They are basically the screens LG refuse to put their good name onto.
banned#26
jamesa007
800:1 has to be the worst contrast i've seen in an lcd tv, how can it compete with samsungs new 42" due for release this month with a CR of 1000000:1

Get real, lose the heat vote cold it will be the worst tv you every buy!

drunk at 13:22...impressive
#27
bossmanuk;2065749
Sorry I think you misinterpreted my point. LG are a very good brand and make very good screens and are also very reliable. The brands such as Vistron who use "LG panels" have nowhere near the same quality as the actual LG branded ones. They are basically the screens LG refuse to put their good name onto.

[INDENT]I think you might find that it is 'Phillips' that dont tell you who make LG.
Shall we start his convo all over again.. :-D

Phillips make LG, LG dont make TVs, apparently its suposed to be hush hush..eg Sky plus boxes...made by Phillips. although Sky+ remote wont control LG TV (at the moment)..go figure..:thinking:
[/INDENT]
#28
anyone know the program code for these tvs? as i got the 22" last week but can't progam my 360 universal remote. I tried googleing it but could not find it anywhere.
#29
Vistron :giggle:
#30
jamesa007
800:1 has to be the worst contrast i've seen in an lcd tv, how can it compete with samsungs new 42" due for release this month with a CR of 1000000:1

Get real, lose the heat vote cold it will be the worst tv you every buy!


What an anus!
#31
bedslad
[INDENT]I think you might find that it is 'Phillips' that dont tell you who make LG.
Shall we start his convo all over again.. :-D

Phillips make LG, LG dont make TVs, apparently its suposed to be hush hush..eg Sky plus boxes...made by Phillips. although Sky+ remote wont control LG TV (at the moment)..go figure..:thinking:
[/INDENT]


I really doubt if its Philips that make LG. Philips are a dutch electronics company who have downsized their european operations and now rebrand many chinese products. Lucky Goldstar are a huge korean concern with a mass of factories making all sorts of stuff. Because there is still some resentment to japan in china its harder for japanese companies to set up in china where as Korea is seen in a much more positive light in china. Hence LG and Samsung have many of their own factories in china where as many japanese brands have products made for them in china by chinese or korean companies. LG and Philips have a jointly owned display manufacturing company but LG are the dominant share holder. I also doubt if Vistron uses inferior LG panels although their supporting electronics may be inferior to LG's own displays. Basically LG, Samsung and Panasonic(Matsushita) have huge display making factories and actively seek to sell their panels to other manufacturers. However price wise LG and Samsung are market leaders in this.

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