Vistron DB32-B 32" TV Black 1366 X 768 1500:1 16:9 500cd/m2 6.5m/s VGA Samsung Panel - £249.99 Delivered from Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Television Picture Features
1080i High Definition Ready.
32in Samsung High Quality Panel
Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.
Brightness 500 cd/m2.
Contrast 1500:1.
Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
Progressive scan.

Connectivity
1 HDMI sockets.
1 SCART sockets.
PC input socket.
Component video socket.
Composite.
Headphone socket.
AV socket.

Sound Features
NiCad stereo sound.
2 x 8w RMS power output.

Additional Features
Delete.
Stand by Power consumption: <2w
Fastext.
UHF and VHF tuner.
Auto setup.
Auto search tuner.
Auto search sorting.
Auto search labelling.
Sleep timer.
Child lock.
NTSC compatible.
Remote control requires 2 x AAA batteries.
230v AC mains operation.
Complete with tabletop stand.
Size of TV (H)50.5, (W)93, (D)10cm.
Size of TV with stand (H)56, (W)93, (D)24cm.
Weight of TV 16kg.
Weight of TV with stand 19kg.
**Please Note: Some customers have experienced issues connecting these TV's to Virgin V+ Boxes****
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#1
There is no freeview otherwise o.k. Some problems with Virgin+ boxes is stated in the description. I find it look ugly, too wide with the speakers on the side, I prefer yjem underneath the screen. Doesn't mention a guarantee either. Perhaps if someone who bought this before could comment here.
#2
Seems a good deal to me although I dunno why they bother telling us it's a Samsung Panel considering Samsung make the majority of LCD Panels
#3
pet2000
There is no freeview otherwise o.k. Some problems with Virgin+ boxes is stated in the description. I find it look ugly, too wide with the speakers on the side, I prefer yjem underneath the screen. Doesn't mention a guarantee either. Perhaps if someone who bought this before could comment here.


What do you expect for 250????
#4
pet2000
There is no freeview otherwise o.k. Some problems with Virgin+ boxes is stated in the description. I find it look ugly, too wide with the speakers on the side, I prefer yjem underneath the screen. Doesn't mention a guarantee either. Perhaps if someone who bought this before could comment here.



I will be buying this, no freeview is not a problem. I prefer the look.
#5
Hot deal I wonder when these will be under £200 Heat added
#6
Looks great, would love to connect my PC via VGA but my PC may not be up to spec?
2.4 P4, 256 AGP graphics card
I see from the ebuyer spec it runs at Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.
My Graphics card does Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels although i'm currently set at 1440x900 on a 19" LCD monitor.

Would this look terrible linked to my PC?
#7
Flynn Jack
What do you expect for 250????


There are many 32" LCD TVs nowadays for under £300 inclusive freeview plus 2-3 years onsite warranty. I agree that I don't like the look is subjective but no guarantee info is not. Ebuyer also don't provide info on operational energy usage which make me suspicious about high energy use. 2W standby use is quite high and normally indicates high operational use which eats up your purchase savings in no time. If you don't get at least a collect & return warranty, your even more screwed when the set brakes down. Cheap price doesn't always means cheap unless you have all the information to make a decision about your purchase.
#8
pet2000
There are many 32" LCD TVs nowadays for under £300 inclusive freeview plus 2-3 years onsite warranty. I agree that I don't like the look is subjective but no guarantee info is not.


I have emailed Ebuyer for any info on the warranty. I will update it when I get a reply.
#9
Hot Deal, but last time they where selling these cheap (at £229) they sold out very quickly so get in quick if you want one.
#10
Might not be the best looking set out there, but a blinking god price for what it is!

Voted Hot Here :thumbsup:
#11
Have seen this in the flesh. Picture quality isn't great, but for the price you can't really complain that much.
#12
Am not gonna vote but instead just give abit of advice. These on face value seem to be a great deal, I was tempted about a month ago. But after a short digging around there are many who has had theirs die on them shortly after purchasing. For an extra £70 can get a branded TV, would be well worth looking at the Toshiba 32AV505D or the Sony KDL32S3000
#13
spend the extra get a branded set this is cheap for a reason its ****.
#14
Go for a Toshiba 32AV505D if you can afford it, it's a fantastic set. Takes a little fiddling to get the colours just right but once set-up it image quality is superb. Very warm and natural, coupled with an upscaling DVD player your really notice a big difference.
#15
Bought one about 8 months ago for £300 from ebuyer.

Dont be fooled by the price or some of the reviews.

Brilliant TV - end of. Uses a samsung panel, I admit it looks a little cheap, and the remote can seem a little un responsive.
I loved it so much, I ordered another 2, and they are still fine.
NO ghosting
No problems
BRILLIANT price.

Dont be fooled by the reviews that say its rubbish, and they break.
Most of these people have "friends" who bought one.
EVERY product, regardless of what you buy will have faults with them. If your activly searching the internet for "problems with vistron TV" of course your going to find people with problems!

We purchased an LG TFT from currys before this one, and we thought it was terrible....

Im sure you all remember the law surrounding the purchase of goods online.

ORDER ONE... If you dont like it, send it back! but believe me, you will probably order another!
#16
Good spec TV for the price, SOD the name on the front it has a Samsung panel! Same TV would cost over £100 more if it had Sony on the front so Poll69 you get the Sony one if it makes you feel better! :lol:

Far too many people, go on about BRANDING!! It's just an excuse to charge you MORE. Many TV's have Samsung,HItachi etc panels in.
If the contrast ratio and resolution is very low then yes it then could be cheap rubbish. Don't let a badge fool you into spending more (in some cases).
#17
I got the one with the integrated DVD & Freeview (http://www.ebuyer.com/product/131925) about 6 months ago and you can't fault it for the price.

The picture quality is perfectly adequate via the Virgin cable box and connecting my laptop via HDMI is spot on. Some dark scenes are difficult to distinguish (no matter how much you fiddle with the controls) but that's a minor issue.

As for the remote, I think it tries to do too much and so has a lot of buttons. At first it seems complex but it only takes a little while to sort out. As for the reviewer above not knowing what the 'source' button was for on a multi-input set....well, put it this way, I don't think that's a fault with the TV!

One tip, don't point the remote actually at the receiver - point it anywhere else - ceiling, walls, behind you. It works brilliantly like that for some reason!

All told, it's a perfect 'bedroom' set but it wouldn't replace my main TV (but that cost nearly 5 times as much!)
#18
So many people bought one of these sets and going on about how good they are and that I should buy one. However, no-one has answered my question of how long and what kind of guarantee comes with this set? Also what is the operational energy usage? I wonder now, do you not know these answers? In that case your feedback is not very reliable since these are THE major pieces of information before anyone can make a decision about a TV purchase. This info is also not provided by Ebuyer. I wonder why?
1 Like #19
pet2000
So many people bought one of these sets and going on about how good they are and that I should buy one. However, no-one has answered my question of how long and what kind of guarantee comes with this set? Also what is the operational energy usage? I wonder now, do you not know these answers? In that case your feedback is not very reliable since these are THE major pieces of information before anyone can make a decision about a TV purchase. This info is also not provided by Ebuyer. I wonder why?


Why dont you ask ebuyer?... I would have thought that was the logical thing to do.

Im so kind I even got the link for you:
http://static.ebuyer.com/customer/help/index.html?action=Y29udGFjdF91cw==

OR... you could search the internet yourself... the users of this forum are not your slaves :)
#20
pet2000
So many people bought one of these sets and going on about how good they are and that I should buy one. However, no-one has answered my question of how long and what kind of guarantee comes with this set? Also what is the operational energy usage? I wonder now, do you not know these answers? In that case your feedback is not very reliable since these are THE major pieces of information before anyone can make a decision about a TV purchase. This info is also not provided by Ebuyer. I wonder why?


I really don't think it matters how long the warranty is. It is a minimum 12 months so be happy with that!
#21
rigggary99
Why dont you ask ebuyer?... I would have thought that was the logical thing to do.

Im so kind I even got the link for you:
http://static.ebuyer.com/customer/help/index.html?action=Y29udGFjdF91cw==

OR... you could search the internet yourself... the users of this forum are not your slaves :)


So you don't know. Don't tell me to buy then.
#22
JayJaz
I really don't think it matters how long the warranty is. It is a minimum 12 months so be happy with that!


It matters to me whether I need to pay for the return in case of a claim, which could be expensive and eat all savings on the purchase price. Same goes for energy use. BTW I don't expect others do to my job. I only asked if anyone has this information because they bought one before. Some members say they bought this tv and it's hot. Why it is hot they fail to mention. Price doesn't really say much about value, if only half the info is provided by the vendor.
#23
I bought one of these off ebuyer about 6 weeks ago.
It's actually a great looking tv with an awesome picture. No ghosting during fast moving events/sports.
So the picture cannot be faulted. HOWEVER, I got SKY HD installed and to my dismay found that the HDMI port did not accept the SKY HD Box signal!!!! It transpires that the HDMI port is NOT HDCP compatible. I can still view excellent HD Images through the Component Out of the SKY HD Box to the Component In on my TV, and whilst the images are pretty stunning, I know that HDMI offers the best signal/images so I feel a little cheated.. Also a SONY PS3 needs HDCP compatibility to work through the tv too so that would also have to run through the component connections. Which still gives a great picture when playing games (1080i), but apparently there are upscaling issues if you dont use the HDMI connection.
#24
Overall, a great little set, great value. BUT if you are likely to be going down the HD route in the near future, then I would buy another set with HDCP compatibility. So you can be sure of getting the best possible picture. I bought mine for £279 so this price is awesome. If you just want a second TV, then yes, I say buy this TV. But not for your main lounge TV.
[mod]#25
Thanks keith43:) Offer still going, thanks for the reminder HunterMan :)
#26
anyone know what ebuyer are like for delivery? I am not going to be in when it arrives, will they just put it back to the delivery depot? Then I can pick it up when I want to? Usually it wouldn't be a problem, but with the size?
#27
pet2000
So many people bought one of these sets and going on about how good they are and that I should buy one. However, no-one has answered my question of how long and what kind of guarantee comes with this set? Also what is the operational energy usage? I wonder now, do you not know these answers? In that case your feedback is not very reliable since these are THE major pieces of information before anyone can make a decision about a TV purchase. This info is also not provided by Ebuyer. I wonder why?


I emailed them, looks like they have added the warranty to the description.

This TV comes with 12 Months Standard Ebuyer Warranty
#28
Just picked this TV up. The picture is good from the freeview box I have attached. (Well the channels I get any way). Set up with 5 mins, need to adjust the colour a bit, any one got a good setup?

The Power consumption is <200w, not sure if thats good or not.

Anyone want some real pics?

One question I have got though is my 360, I have a pro (HDMI) one, how do I set it up to work? The 360 doesnt have the HDMI connection, do I need to buy one?
#29
Anyone got any pictures of it running and/or videos of it running? Debating whether I should get this, or spend another £180 for a Sammy, but then again another £180 is only £70 away from getting two of these!

Anyone? Would help a great deal! :thumbsup:
#30
http://i203.photobucket.com/albums/aa320/dark22horse/SN850201.jpg

Image of 360 screen

http://i203.photobucket.com/albums/aa320/dark22horse/SN850202.jpg

Vid of me being killed on COD4 on the 360

http://i203.photobucket.com/albums/aa320/dark22horse/th_SN850205.jpg

Its a very good picture for the 360, I have a rubbish SD feed, so thats why that isnt good for me. Connected my laptop up also looks a very good picture.
#31
Hi mate

looks good :) thanks for the pics.

any chance you can do a few using SD (freeview box) just so I can see what the picture quality? Mouse is hovering over the order button lol!! Would be great mate :) Thanks.
#32
joeb
Hi mate

looks good :) thanks for the pics.

any chance you can do a few using SD (freeview box) just so I can see what the picture quality? Mouse is hovering over the order button lol!! Would be great mate :) Thanks.


Have to wait till 2mor, the GF has the camera. I have very poor reception on freeview, no bbc at all. I will see what I can do for you!
#33
A couple more pics for you!

From a angle

http://i203.photobucket.com/albums/aa320/dark22horse/SN850224.jpg

From a greater angle (I think the flash has made this look pale!)

http://i203.photobucket.com/albums/aa320/dark22horse/SN850226.jpg

Morrisons (may not be Morrisons) have a great offer on as well, half price mince from £3.50 to £1.75!!

No freeview ones, just standard. As I have a really bad signal!
#34
Now back to £249.99

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