Vistron DB32-SD 32" LCD HD TV with freeview @ ebuyer - £319.99 delivered - HotUKDeals
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This is the cheapest 32" I have found with built in freeview (it's £70 off).

Television Picture Features
* 1080i High Definition Ready.
* Integrated digital (Freeview).
* 32in widescreen TV
* Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.
* Brightness 500 cd/m2.
* Contrast 1500:1.
* Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
* Progressive scan.
* 1 HDMI sockets.
* 1 SCART sockets.
* PC input socket.
* Component video socket.
* Composite.
* Headphone socket.
* AV socket.
Stand by Power consumption: <2w
Sound Features
* NiCad stereo sound.
* 2 x 8w RMS power output.
Freeview Features
* Digitally interactive.
* Digital text.
* Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
* Auto setup.
* Auto scan for new channels.
* Now and next electronic programme guide (EPG).
* 7 day electronic programme guide (EPG).
* Top Up TV compatible.
Additional Features
* Delete.
* 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.
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Was looking for something like this...good find !
Anyone know the response time? Cant seem to see it in the specification.
Anyone know the response time? Cant seem to see it in the specification.

Yup, it's 6.5ms.

does anyone know how well this compares to the teco product in microdirect which is less then £300

this is also with 3 years on site warranty wotever that means...

basicly i was looking to buy a tv 2morro 100% no matter WHAT so i want the BEST option for my budget which is MAXIMUM 320 really
Ordered and paid for yesterday. Got free 'next day' delivery.

Plus with bundle (wall mount). Came to £350.

Good bargain, good spot, much appreciated. Thanks.
let us know what you think of this telly please - reviews are hard to come by :)

Isn't that the same telly though ?
Isn't that the same telly though ?
But cheaper & with a free stand. That deal has expired now though.
If anyone receives theirs, please can you post some pics or comments here as I am very tempted by this set. Cheers!
Ebuyer have added more details on the spec:
"The best priced 32" TV with built in Digital Freeview in the UK..
Now comes with a High quality 120hz SAMSUNG Panel..."

Seems to also have a VGA connector for connecting your pc/games console up, so pretty good deal for a Samsung Panel.
Yup, been watching this TV on ebuyer for a while now and when the link changed to Samsung Panel earlier today I snapped one up just in case there is a price hike! Should be a bargain tbh, shall post back here when the TV arrives with my opinions :)

I already have a 37" Philips TV in the living room so have a decent standard to compare to.
So do the ones ordered last week have the Samsung panel ??

Anyone know how to tell.

Had two delivered today, one has been opened up - it's clear from the screws
Hmm i guess not as the page only updated with that a few days ago.... Whats the genreal picture quality like on it georgieboy? Can you take some pics please?
Would like to know how good this set is, especially since it is claimed it uses a Samsung panel. I'm a bit suprised they mention it is 120Hz though. Thought only high-end 1080p HDTVs had that high refresh rate and that it was 100Hz for UK and 120Hz for US.

No mention of Samsung's DNIe image processing, so concerned about how standard-def, dvd and fast paced footage (ie football) looks on it. Although like with many LCD screens, their picture settings aren't always setup too well out of the box and a little tweaking of the colour, brightness, sharpness, etc can help. The ebuyer reviews seem to suggest the remote control is not very good? What about the sound? I guess these areas are what you pay for on more expensive tvs.

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