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32/37" LCD TV 1080p

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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month agoFeedback:130 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Hi, as title, must be fully working in good condition. I would prefer to collect (Anywhere in Durham, Newcastle, Leeds, Bradford area)

If seller is willing to post that's fine too.

I'm willing to pay up to £350 for the right model.

Thanks.

Josh
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month agoFeedback:130 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Hi Josh,

I have a Toshiba 32RV635DB thats kicking about in its box at my parents house. Its a full 1080p TV with freeview, it is fairly power efficient and has loads of options for tinkering image processing etc. I purposely bought it a year ago (it was a brand new model at the time) for a house I'd moved into with my girlfriend, but when the relationship went south I moved out into a small flat which already has a crap LG TV in it. Your probably wondering why I don't use the Toshiba in place of the LG, its simply because I have a stupid flat mate whom I don't want damaging my TV.

Great thing about the Toshiba is that its leagues ahead of what I am stuck with just now, its also in brand new condition and has never been used for probably more than 30 hours, which is pretty shocking when I think about how much I spent on it. :(

If your interested in the TV I am looking to sell it for £350. Its located in Livingston if you'd want to pick it up, but if you want it delivered thats fine also. If you would like some photos or trading feeback, I have an ebay account in which I could message you from with 150+ feedback on it.

Thanks
Riad
#2
Sent1nel
Hi Josh,

I have a Toshiba 32RV635DB thats kicking about in its box at my parents house. Its a full 1080p TV with freeview, it is fairly power efficient and has loads of options for tinkering image processing etc. I purposely bought it a year ago (it was a brand new model at the time) for a house I'd moved into with my girlfriend, but when the relationship went south I moved out into a small flat which already has a crap LG TV in it. Your probably wondering why I don't use the Toshiba in place of the LG, its simply because I have a stupid flat mate whom I don't want damaging my TV.

Great thing about the Toshiba is that its leagues ahead of what I am stuck with just now, its also in brand new condition and has never been used for probably more than 30 hours, which is pretty shocking when I think about how much I spent on it. :(

If your interested in the TV I am looking to sell it for £350. Its located in Livingston if you'd want to pick it up, but if you want it delivered thats fine also. If you would like some photos or trading feeback, I have an ebay account in which I could message you from with 150+ feedback on it.

Thanks
Riad


Hi mate, I think that £350 is a bit too steep for the particular model you are selling. It is a couple of year old model, so I'd be expecting to pay around £250 for that one, given that equivalent Samsungs are retailing for around £299 brand new now.

Let me know.

Thanks.

Josh

Edited By: r3tract on Oct 21, 2010 19:15: .
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Quick idea of pricing on the Toshiba range, was looking to buy 2 days ago but opted for another panny.

http://www.johnlewis.com/230948211/Product.aspx

£379 with 5 year warranty and freeview HD

EDIT

The TV i went for is this one, next to the Toshiba there was only one winner.

If you are looking to blow all your budget then i would recommend that one :)

Edited By: Starr on Oct 21, 2010 19:52: More info
#4
Starr
Quick idea of pricing on the Toshiba range, was looking to buy 2 days ago but opted for another panny.

http://www.johnlewis.com/230948211/Product.aspx


£379 with 5 year warranty and freeview HD


Cheers Starr, that's why I offered less, as the model being offered is a previous one which doesn't offer all the same features as the one you pointed me to, hence asking for £250. - It is also only £369.95 not £379.99 ;)

Thanks.

Josh

Edited By: r3tract on Oct 21, 2010 19:39: .
#5
use reevoo.com if you want to buy a new set at all, works as a great price and speccomparison, click TV's and your away ill see what rocks up
#7
Hey Josh, I never did a price check before posting, I do apologise. I think £250 might be bit low for me as I do really like the TV and can see myself using it again. I'd be willing to go down to about £300 ish, given that a Toshiba 32RV753B can be bought from Amazon for £344 and the only difference between it and my model being the Freeview HD.

As a side note, stay clear of the Samsungs, when I was out in the market for a high quality low cost TV I came across a lengthy thread on AVForums wherein they talked about many of the image processing problems of Samsung TV's. I don't know the state of Samsungs today but I doubt they've fixed those issues. In the end I settled on the Tosh as it works very well with PC's and games consoles due to its vast range of settings and allowing for the disabling of any image processing.

I just thought I'd throw that in there for you to help save the hours of forum reading I had to do. A good review I guess can be found on trusted reviews for the TV I have, which I guess echoes what I've said earlier.

If I was to review the unit myself and compare it to a 32" Samsung and an LG of which I am using now, the Toshiba hands over heels wins in every department by a long shot. So even if you don't my TV do look into the Toshiba's and see if you can find what your looking for.

Riad
#8


Thanks for the help! It's brought up the cheapest price at £340 delivered for the Toshiba! Nice!

Sent1nel
Hey Josh, I never did a price check before posting, I do apologise. I think £250 might be bit low for me as I do really like the TV and can see myself using it again. I'd be willing to go down to about £300 ish, given that a Toshiba 32RV753B can be bought from Amazon for £344 and the only difference between it and my model being the Freeview HD.

As a side note, stay clear of the Samsungs, when I was out in the market for a high quality low cost TV I came across a lengthy thread on AVForums wherein they talked about many of the image processing problems of Samsung TV's. I don't know the state of Samsungs today but I doubt they've fixed those issues. In the end I settled on the Tosh as it works very well with PC's and games consoles due to its vast range of settings and allowing for the disabling of any image processing.

I just thought I'd throw that in there for you to help save the hours of forum reading I had to do. A good review I guess can be found on trusted reviews for the TV I have, which I guess echoes what I've said earlier.

If I was to review the unit myself and compare it to a 32" Samsung and an LG of which I am using now, the Toshiba hands over heels wins in every department by a long shot. So even if you don't my TV do look into the Toshiba's and see if you can find what your looking for.

Riad


Yeah i do like the Toshibas, had a 37" 1080p one i used with a PS3 before i bought my HD projector. Sometimes the pj is a bit inconvenient for playing on the PS3 with so thats why i want an LCD again lol.

Thanks for the advice though. Before i decide to plump for the newest Toshiba, is there anyway you could deliver for £280?

Thanks.

Josh
#9
Also do you have feedback elsewhere, other than eBay? (AVForums for example - I have 53 feedback there.)

Josh
#10
tesco were doing the 40" d35 toshiba for 399 months back btw... could you be tempted at all by larger sizes? as the LG42ld450 has been around 370...
#11
joeprosho
tesco were doing the 40" d35 toshiba for 399 months back btw... could you be tempted at all by larger sizes? as the LG42ld450 has been around 370...


I may go up to 37" but it's just for an upstairs games room, about 10' square, so don't want a massive TV :)

Thanks very much for your help by the way!

Josh
#12
Anyone else?
#13
Interested in a Sony KDL-37W5500 37" 1080p LCD? I'm based down south but often travel up north to see family so something could be arranged.
#14
Possibly, how much were you after for it?

Josh
#15
I'd be after £350 if we met, or £360 inc p+p if it was delivered
#17
matt.green1
I'd be after £350 if we met, or £360 inc p+p if it was delivered


Where and when would you be able to meet? Any movement on the price at all?



Yeah I saw that, you can also get the same TV, a refurb with 12months warranty from the Argos eBay outlet, I'm very tempted by this model I have to say.

Thanks.

Josh
#18
I was after a 32" HD TV but after a while decided to go for a cheap vga projector instead (via ebay, £50+). They're not HD at that price (of course) but displaying XBOX games on my wall at 100+ inches (1280 x 768) i'm not complaining.
#19
shuwaz
I was after a 32" HD TV but after a while decided to go for a cheap vga projector instead (via ebay, £50+). They're not HD at that price (of course) but displaying XBOX games on my wall at 100+ inches (1280 x 768) i'm not complaining.


I've already got a HD pj lol. But it's not that convenient for playing games on, in the middle of the lounge :]

At the moment I'm making do with a 24" monitor, but want an LCD a bit bigger.

Thanks for the suggestion though.

Josh
#20

Where and when would you be able to meet? Any movement on the price at all?


Not this weekend but next (30th) I'll be in Newcastle, so can drop it off on the way. Or if your need is more pressing I can arrange a courier for around £10 (maybe cheaper via parcel2go or someone). I've still got the original box/packing, and can add additional bublewrap to the screen side (I don't overly trust couriers).

In terms of price, I think £350 is a fair price. It's a really top TV and looking around you'll be hard pressed to find it for near that price.
#21
matt.green1
Where and when would you be able to meet? Any movement on the price at all?
Not this weekend but next (30th) I'll be in Newcastle, so can drop it off on the way. Or if your need is more pressing I can arrange a courier for around £10 (maybe cheaper via parcel2go or someone). I've still got the original box/packing, and can add additional bublewrap to the screen side (I don't overly trust couriers).In terms of price, I think £350 is a fair price. It's a really top TV and looking around you'll be hard pressed to find it for near that price.


Yeah it looks like a nice TV, I'm just debating with myself whether I need a TV with 100Hz and BE3. I'm almost soley going to be using it for gaming so the extra features and bigger screen size possibly aren't worth me spending the extra £100 on. Plus I'm almost moving into LED territory at at price :)

Hmm I'll have a think about it and let you know.

Josh
#22
r3tract
matt.green1
Where and when would you be able to meet? Any movement on the price at all?
Not this weekend but next (30th) I'll be in Newcastle, so can drop it off on the way. Or if your need is more pressing I can arrange a courier for around £10 (maybe cheaper via parcel2go or someone). I've still got the original box/packing, and can add additional bublewrap to the screen side (I don't overly trust couriers).In terms of price, I think £350 is a fair price. It's a really top TV and looking around you'll be hard pressed to find it for near that price.


Yeah it looks like a nice TV, I'm just debating with myself whether I need a TV with 100Hz and BE3. I'm almost soley going to be using it for gaming so the extra features and bigger screen size possibly aren't worth me spending the extra £100 on. Plus I'm almost moving into LED territory at at price :)

Hmm I'll have a think about it and let you know.

Josh


Ok, let me know, it'll almost certainly still be available as I can't really be bothered to list it on here or anywhere else.

Matt
#23
Just a couple of questions Matt, is there any warranty remaining and would you be able to describe the conditionnof the TV, is there any faults with the TV or marks/scratches to the screen/casing?

Thanks.

Josh
#24
In terms of warranty Sony's standard warranty is 12 months, I bought it 7 months ago, so normally it would have 5 months remaining. But at the time of purchase Sony were offering 3 years warranty to anyone that registered their TV, which I did. So if I remembered the situation correctly it should still have 2 years & 5 months warranty left. But I will have to double check all of this when I get home tonight.

Condition, the TV has no marks at all, this goes for the screen and the surround. I've also had no faults or bugs with the TV and have been extremely happy with it. I'm only tempted to sell it because I possibly emigrating in April of next year.
#25
Would you also be able to check if the warranty is transferrable and do you have proof of purchase for the TV?

Josh
#26
r3tract
Would you also be able to check if the warranty is transferrable and do you have proof of purchase for the TV?

Josh


I'll check both when I get home.
#27
http://www.reevoo.com/p/samsung-ue32c4000

only HD ready but i might be tempted in that for £339 from amazon, gta remember most games native rsolution is only 600-720p, so a fair few games wont require any upscaling on a HD ready set as opposed to a full HD set

was speaking to a guy on here a while back about going down this route and he managed to get the next model up for £405 of amazon which is 1080p
#28
joeprosho
http://www.reevoo.com/p/samsung-ue32c4000

only HD ready but i might be tempted in that for £339 from amazon, gta remember most games native rsolution is only 600-720p, so a fair few games wont require any upscaling on a HD ready set as opposed to a full HD set

was speaking to a guy on here a while back about going down this route and he managed to get the next model up for £405 of amazon which is 1080p


that's the LED one isn't it? doesn't look too bad, I'll check whether it's edge or back-lit.

Josh
#29
r3tract
Just a couple of questions Matt, is there any warranty remaining and would you be able to describe the conditionnof the TV, is there any faults with the TV or marks/scratches to the screen/casing?

Thanks.

Josh


Just checked and I still have the reciept. But I can't find anything definitive about if the warranty is transferable. I guess it wouldn't be a problem if I didn't register the tv (as you could claim you originally bought it).

Edited By: matt.green1 on Oct 22, 2010 17:41: spelling
#30
Ok mate! I would like to make a final offer of £325 dropped off next Saturday paid in cash (or PayPal gift/BT if you don't fancy carrying around the cash with you)

I don't really want to go any higher as my money could do with being spent elsewhere :)

Let me know.

Thanks!

Josh
#31
r3tract
Ok mate! I would like to make a final offer of £325 dropped off next Saturday paid in cash (or PayPal gift/BT if you don't fancy carrying around the cash with you)

I don't really want to go any higher as my money could do with being spent elsewhere :)

Let me know.

Thanks!

Josh


Can't go that low, sorry.
#32
matt.green1
r3tract
Ok mate! I would like to make a final offer of £325 dropped off next Saturday paid in cash (or PayPal gift/BT if you don't fancy carrying around the cash with you)

I don't really want to go any higher as my money could do with being spent elsewhere :)

Let me know.

Thanks!

Josh


Can't go that low, sorry.


Shame. Looked like a nice TV.

Josh
#33
Ok, just done some number-crunching. I can stretch to £340, is that ok with you?

Cheers.

Josh
#34
i would have thought it would have been edge lit, being as thats the cheaper technology but that will make the set thinner overall than a full LED backlighting, just wondering whether matt's set is the one that was on offer from sainsburys back around that time ago? i actually had the set ur looking at there myself briefly
#35
joeprosho
i would have thought it would have been edge lit, being as thats the cheaper technology but that will make the set thinner overall than a full LED backlighting, just wondering whether matt's set is the one that was on offer from sainsburys back around that time ago? i actually had the set ur looking at there myself briefly


Which set? The Sammy LED or the Sony?

Josh
#36
apologies, i owned the sony set, bought it from sainsburys spankers for £399 when it was a riddic hot deal on here but ended up returning it, had some very minor back light bleeding, i was being particularly fussy it was a nice set.. has the lower speaker bar it could do without but was nice with the old PS3 hooked up

and the sammy i was on about is the edge lit LED one..
#37
r3tract
Ok, just done some number-crunching. I can stretch to £340, is that ok with you?

Cheers.

Josh


Sorry for the late reply, I was away over the weekend and didn't check it on my phone as I thought the deal was dead :-(

I've got another spanner to throw into the works as well though, I'm no longer due to go upto Newcastle this Saturday, could we do this via delivery? Or is this a deal breaker?
#38
:( I would have preferred to have seen the set, and would have trusted you far more than a courier to deliver! I'll have to have a think - I've now hot my eye set on one of the new Sony Models. I'm about to go and view one today. How much would it be, delivered?

Josh

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