Vistron Luna AYT10-190BPS 19" LCD TV Silver 1440 x 900 800:1 16.9 300cd/m2 8ms, £99.99 delivered!!!! - HotUKDeals
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Stunning Picture Quality and Great Sound.. This 19" LCD is full of features and is the perfect T.V for any bedroom or kitchen. The screen quality is superb and perfect for watching your favourite T.V show or the latest football match. Ebuyer outdid itself with this deal

Features
* Panel: SUMSUNG GRADE A 19"
* Brightness: 300cd/m2
* Max Resolution: 1440 x 900
* Contrast Ratio: 800:1
* Pixel Pitch: 0.294x0.294mm
* Viewing Angle: H:75/75 V:75/60
* Response Time: 8ms
* Display Model: VGA/SVGA/XGA
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#1
Heat added
#2
300cdm only niggle on this for me, 450cdm would be preferred but for £99 to save on HDMI/Freeview chipsets this is nice, £5 Richersounds Freeview STB on this, sorted.
#3
Ugly....;-)
#4
I'd be concerned by the low viewing angle.
#6
this is quite a good deal well done OP, for those interested in a 23" 720p Lcd tv for £37 more see
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/187531/beko-23-23wlc450b-widescreen-black-/
#7
Viewing Angle: H:75/75 V:75/60

WTF!

Surely thats got to be 175 and 160?
#8
Horrorwood
Viewing Angle: H:75/75 V:75/60

WTF!

Surely thats got to be 175 and 160?


No. It's 150 and 135! [counted left/right and up/down each way from 0=90dg]
#9
I've had one for a year now, watched it every day. It's on now, next to me. For the money I guess it's as good as any. One point to note, the volume, even set at 1 is a little too loud. Not too much of an issue but if you want one for a bedroom you might not get to sleep, lol.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/67368/15-lcd-tv-silver-vistron-luna-86-32/
#10
Any 19" TV under £100 is worth heat adding
Great Find
#11
Its down to this one or the beko posted above! The above post about the volume at level 1 bring too loud is a bit of a problem for me as it will be used in a bedroom. And for an extra £40 with the beko I'm getting 23 not 19 inch. And the beko looks better. But then again worried as tge beko is a refurb! Also I can't find a single review online.

Which one would you go for ?!!
#12
Bought one of these a while back and was too loud for bedroom use also tuning wasn't the easiest, good price though.
#13


mini review?! :?

it only says this:

I've just sussed so thought I'd post how it's done as it might help someone else.
1. First do an autoscan to find the channels Menu > Channel then down to Auto Scan and then right arrow to select.
2. Next press the Menu button on the remote again go down to Program and right arrow to select.
3. Now go through the programmes and delete any that you don't want Red to delete Green to confirm the deletion - the most frustrating part here is that after each deletion you'll need to go through the whole of this again to delete the next programme.
4. now this is the bit that took me ages to suss - press the Menu button on the remote again go down to Program and right arrow to select. Now say you've got the channels in this order 1=BBC2 2=ITV 3=BBC1 highlight ITV1 and select insert and then OK and it will swap ITV1 with BBC1 so that the order is now 1=BBC2 2=BBC1 and 3=ITV. You'll now have to go back through Menu again to do the next one so this time highlight BBC2 and select insert now everything is in the correct order. Great cheap LCD for the bedroom but was really frustrating trying to sort this out with no clear instructions in the manual.
#14
I'm happy enough looking at this deal - ordered, heat added, can't grumble for less than a ton.
#15
Received the tv today, It is loud even on the lowest setting, but i can control that via my virgin remote, so no probs there.
The only problem i have is you cannot adjust the treble/bass so it is a little tinny, if anyone knows how to get around this please let me know.
#16
Bought one but says it wont be shipped until 2nd june !!

No worrys for me as i have a video sender connected to a freeview recorder which sends the signal to my bedroom tv which has a sensitive enough volume control on it

IT HAS GONE UP BY £0.99 SINCE !!!!

Also i have noticed since i bought it the stock has gone from 1024 to 744
#17
I bought 2 of these a year ago. Beware of reading old complimentary reviews as Ebuyer supply two different TV's in the same casing although I suspect their stocks are pretty much the inferior model now.

The first TV has LUNA branded on the front casing as shown in the ebuyer picture. The model they now supply although cased the same does not have the LUNA branding. The LUNA TV is superb in every way.

The other model as alluded to in other posts has faults;

The lowest sound setting is quite loud. There are no options to adjust audio in the menu setup. If watching through an ntl or sky box you can obviously adjust volume there to reduce the loudness.

The TV is an absolute pig to tune in the analog channels. This is obviously not a problem if using via an ntl or sky box.

The instructions and remote bear no resemblance to each other or the tv.

I have just RMA'd the inferior model for the second time now as the replacement has ridiculous high brightness issues. My LUNA one is still going strong. I have used it as a pc monitor a few times and the picture is fine but a dedicated monitor would obviously give a clearer picture.

My advice is that providing you are using it through a SKY, NTL or freeview box where tuning and volume issues can be bypassed it is a decent buy. However the quality of the picture is reflected in the cheap price. It is not shocking but it can be improved on by spending more money.
#18
Just received mine, and would have to agree with most here. Sound is tinny, and lowest volume setting is a bit too loud (but as I'm attaching a freeview box this is not a problem as volume can be controlled by the freeview remote). Picture quality OK, if a bit bright (I still need to fiddle with settings). Viewing angle (horizontal) is fine, but vertical not brilliant. Overall, a good TV for the price - but I'd suggest best for a bedroom (with freeview box) rather than a kitchen (given vertical viewing angle). BTW, delivery was spot on - ordered 19.30 yesterday with next day delivery 07.30-12.00, and arrived at 09.30. I wonder if I post a 3/5 review on e-buyer if they'll show it?
#19
Still around.. thanks for the pointer Deek43 :)
#20
Received mine (pressie for hubby) and opened yesterday. Sound is VERY dodgy - not tinny, more 'mono' and studio like - not in the least bit normal. Anybody know what to do about this or how to adjust? Instructions are dodgy too...
#21
Sorry to be harsh, but was everyone expecting build quality of a decent brand?

Sound problems have been well documented here, MSE and on ebuyer comments.

My suggestion/solution:
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/126823
#22
I understand what you are saying, but regardless - the product has to be fit for purpose whatever the price you pay, so you expect to be able to listen comfortably to a tv without feeling you are hearing it through a studio wall if you see what i mean! If there is no solution (i.e changing a setting or something) I will send it back as dont see why I should have to buy extras to make it listenable. Thanks for the tip anyway! Anyone know if any setting changes will help? Thanks!
#23
Crosbee;2503398
I understand what you are saying, but regardless - the product has to be fit for purpose whatever the price you pay, so you expect to be able to listen comfortably to a tv without feeling you are hearing it through a studio wall if you see what i mean! If there is no solution (i.e changing a setting or something) I will send it back as dont see why I should have to buy extras to make it listenable. Thanks for the tip anyway! Anyone know if any setting changes will help? Thanks!


You're right, legally they should provide a product fit for purpose, unfortunately retailers take risks/gambles and someone as big as ebuyer would prefer to take that risk for the profit and pay off the small percentage than moan about quality.

Luckyly ebuyer seems to have learned from their previous appauling CS, their returns policy is quite decent now, Citylink have a pickup procedure you can arrange online or call them if necessary. But when product is poor, it'll remain poor, no amount of moaning/bitching will change that so you either fix it, (get some decent speakers for it) or go through the hassle of a refund/replacement/buying another model.
#24
Any good suggestions for a replacement then?

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