Vistron DB32-S 32" HD Ready TV 1366x768 1500:1 16:9 500cd/m2 8m/s HDMI/PC Input Silver £249 Delivered - HotUKDeals
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Vistron DB32-S 32" HD Ready TV 1366x768 1500:1 16:9 500cd/m2 8m/s HDMI/PC Input Silver £249.00 Delivered

£249.00 @ Ebuyer
The black version is now back to £249.99 http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134144 Orginally posted by myself here http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/233047/vistron-db32-b-32-tv-black-1366-x-7/ The…
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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
The black version is now back to £249.99

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134144

Orginally posted by myself here

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/233047/vistron-db32-b-32-tv-black-1366-x-7/

The 32" Vistron making the images more vibrant and clear.
With its slick lines and superb features this TV would be the centre piece of any living room.

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****

This TV comes with 12 Months Standard Ebuyer Warranty
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#2

this deals cheaper voted hot
#3
mamboboy
^^ Except it's silver and £30 cheaper.


This was £250 when I posted it. I meant this is the same apart from the colour. So the reviews should still be good for this one.
#4
That is cheap!!
#5
Good find! I'm looking for a TV for a second living room just now for my PS3. Heat and rep added
#6
these are not true 1080i as the 1080i resolution is1920x1080

A very popular panel size used in mid-range HDTVs is 1366 x 768 and are often advertised as 1080i "compatible" or "HD ready" - however these TVs, while accepting a 1080i signal will scale it down to the panel size of 1366x768

Still, for £250 its a good deal ( unless your sitting up close to the screen )
#7
bojangles
these are not true 1080i as the 1080i resolution is1920x1080

A very popular panel size used in mid-range HDTVs is 1366 x 768 and are often advertised as 1080i "compatible" or "HD ready" - however these TVs, while accepting a 1080i signal will scale it down to the panel size of 1366x768

Still, for £250 its a good deal ( unless your sitting up close to the screen )


think you getting confused between 1080i and 1080p mate
as 1920x1080 is 1080p resolution

1366x768p is the resolution of most hd tvds that are not full hd and all hd tvs will display a 1080i signal which is an interlaced signal
#8
bojangles
these are not true 1080i as the 1080i resolution is1920x1080

A very popular panel size used in mid-range HDTVs is 1366 x 768 and are often advertised as 1080i "compatible" or "HD ready" - however these TVs, while accepting a 1080i signal will scale it down to the panel size of 1366x768

Still, for £250 its a good deal ( unless your sitting up close to the screen )


^ you also get ghosting when setting your PS3 to 1080i on non-1080i TV's - most likely due to the TV having to scale the image to 768 as you said.
#9
There are 259 in stock! Who made this "EXPIRED"!?!??!?!! Un-expire it!
#10
32" lcd screen for £240 you cant complain with that. Perfectly fine for a bedroom etc. Bargain. Wonder if they can be wall mounted my mate could do with a couple of his pub..
#11
Had one of these tvs for 3 days before I sent it back, PLEASE DO NOT BUY ONE these tellys are **** you have been warned you will be disapointed:oops:
#12
abhinn
Had one of these tvs for 3 days before I sent it back, PLEASE DO NOT BUY ONE these tellys are **** you have been warned you will be disapointed:oops:


Not a lot of use unless you say why, & what you expect for £250 !
#13
stephen25uk
think you getting confused between 1080i and 1080p mate
as 1920x1080 is 1080p resolution

1366x768p is the resolution of most hd tvds that are not full hd and all hd tvs will display a 1080i signal which is an interlaced signal



No confusion.
720 = 1280 x 720
1080 = 1920 x 1080

P = Progressive Scan
I = Interlaced

Progressive scan is a method for displaying moving images in which all the lines of each frame are drawn in sequence (1,2,3,etc.). This is in contrast to the interlacing used in traditional television systems where only the odd lines, then the even lines of each frame (each image now called a field) are drawn alternatively (1,3,5 then 2,4,6 etc.).
#14
load of rubbish


sent back 2 and got a refund....although ebuyers customer service is great.....it is a load of junk
#15
bojangles
No confusion.
720 = 1280 x 720
1080 = 1920 x 1080

P = Progressive Scan
I = Interlaced

Progressive scan is a method for displaying moving images in which all the lines of each frame are drawn in sequence (1,2,3,etc.). This is in contrast to the interlacing used in traditional television systems where only the odd lines, then the even lines of each frame (each image now called a field) are drawn alternatively (1,3,5 then 2,4,6 etc.).


lol why are you even posting?

you said 1080i....why were you using the 1080i term instead of 1080p....

I have no idea why u made the last post, an attempt to not look stupid?

No offense like, but its quite normal for a 32 inch LCD to have a res 1366x768, its to do with the size and not particularly related to it being a budget model.
#16
ciaranj
load of rubbish


sent back 2 and got a refund....although ebuyers customer service is great.....it is a load of junk


why bother to type at all if you can't give even the briefest of reasons? is the unit held together with duct tape? does the box contain an old black & white with HD ready painted on it?...

if you are already on your keyboard then why not give at least one reason why this is 'rubbish' - it doesn't help anyone ...your clear explanation however may help people make a more informed choice - please!
#17
our ps3 is superb through ours.Much better than our 360 which is through a 42in panasonic plasma.:thumbsup:
#18
robo989
lol why are you even posting?

you said 1080i....why were you using the 1080i term instead of 1080p....

I have no idea why u made the last post, an attempt to not look stupid?

No offense like, but its quite normal for a 32 inch LCD to have a res 1366x768, its to do with the size and not particularly related to it being a budget model.


What bojangles has posted is correct. I guess why he posted is because the specs list:
1080i High Definition Ready.

He is pointing out that this simply means the 1080i signal (which is 1920*1080) will be downscaled to 1366*768
So the 1080i High Definition Ready can be missleading....(it probably means it can not accept a 1080P signal and downscale, like other HD ready TV's can)
#19
flufff
our ps3 is superb through ours.Much better than our 360 which is through a 42in panasonic plasma.:thumbsup:


Perhaps if you swapped the consoles over, you will see its the difference between Plasma and LCD, not the difference between the consoles. Good grief. Unless of course you were attempting to be funny, in which case you failed miserably :friends:
#20
flufff
our ps3 is superb through ours.Much better than our 360 which is through a 42in panasonic plasma.:thumbsup:


LOL. You must have your 360 connected to the panny using chicken wire.
#21
Does this have freeview?
#22
rkingphoto
Does this have freeview?


No freeview, you need to get a freeview box.
#23
What kind of PC input does this have? DVI or VGA?
#24
Unsure but I got the black version it had VGA. Should I would say VGA, but not 100% sure.
#25
I've just odered the black one :D with a £2.08 HDMI cable, cant go wrong...... i hope.

Also can people who bought theirs play tell us all about it :D e.g. the person above :D
#26
GarlicBread-92
I've just odered the black one :D with a £2.08 HDMI cable, cant go wrong...... i hope.

Also can people who bought theirs play tell us all about it :D e.g. the person above :D


If you have a look in the other thread, you will find my review and pics of the black version, hope it helps!
#27
I bought a vistron TV a few month back, 2 TV's later still not happy :(

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