21.5" LED TV and DVD Combi MEDION® LIFE® Available @ Aldi Monday 21st April £119.99
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21.5" LED TV and DVD Combi MEDION® LIFE® Available @ Aldi Monday 21st April £119.99

£119.99ALDI Deals
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Found 14th Apr 2014
Available from Monday 21st April

Take your favourite films and TV programmes to another level with this slim, stylish Full HD TV and DVD unit. With all sorts of inputs and an elegant stand, it’s a great addition to any home.

Dimensions: approx. 510 x 308 x 50mm without stand, 510 x 345 x 161mm with stand. DVD: Compatible with CD, DVD Video, DVD+R/RW, CD-R/RW, Audio CD.

Connectivity: 1 x Antenna In, 1 x USB In, 1 x HDMI In, 1 x SCART, 1 x VGA In (15 Pin D-Sub), 1 x Composite video In (3.5mm mini-jack adaptor), 1 x Component In (YUV) (3.5mm mini-jack adaptor), Stereo Audio In for Composite Video / YUV (3.5mm mini-jack adaptor), Headphone jack (3.5 mm jack), PC Audio In (3.5 mm jack), Digital Audio Out (SPDIF) (coaxial).

Features:

Visible screen size: 54.6cm
Resolution: 1,920 x 1,080
Contrast: 600:1
Brightness: 200cd/m²
7 day electronic programme guide
CI slot to access subscription pay TV channels
2 x 3 Watt speakers

Accessories:

Remote control incl. batteries
Stand
AV-Adapter
YUV-Adapter
External power supply

30 Comments

Original Poster

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Got a medion PC, has been a good purchase so I would have no issues buying medion again.

Any tvs out there with a bluray built in?

If it had Freeview HD, I'd vote it hot.

Schwarzenegger

If it had Freeview HD, I'd vote it hot.

Perceived benefit of Freeview HD irrelevant unless viewed extremely close to the TV. Viewing distances may be crucial for computer monitor applications, but usually irrelevant for most broadcast TV viewing. Just an observation

Looking at the video on the aldi site, it does have an HD tuner but assume this is only a reference to use in Mainland Europe not UK. Also not mentioned above but in the video is USB PVR functionality. Lastly it states external power supply so its possible this is a 12V television suitable for use with caravans and motorhomes. Might be worth checking if that is a important feature for you. Really though this is just a generic television as sold by a huge number of retailers under different brands. The main benefit here is the 3 year guarantee and it has a full set of connections although only one hdmi. I have a similiar but smaller 16" model which I think was £40 in a hotukdeals offer and that matches this one for all features but has 2 hdmi sockets. Mine is only 720p though.

Schwarzenegger

If it had Freeview HD, I'd vote it hot.



According to the demo video on the Aldi page, it has got an HD DVB-T tuner, but I thought it had to be DVB-T2 in order to receive HD channels in the UK?

Edited by: "Shovon" 15th Apr 2014

Asda do a "24 one for £129.99

guvner12

Asda do a "24 one for £129.99



They do a 24" full HD 1080p TV with built in DVD player for £129.99?

As mentioned above it is DVB-T tuner But it is 12v as bonzobanana thought. Full manual here http://download5.medion.com/downloads/anleitungen/bda_md21259_ie_uk_(en).pdf

Flipd

Perceived benefit of Freeview HD irrelevant unless viewed extremely close … Perceived benefit of Freeview HD irrelevant unless viewed extremely close to the TV. Viewing distances may be crucial for computer monitor applications, but usually irrelevant for most broadcast TV viewing. Just an observation



There is a huge difference for me watching HD and SD on my 75 inch but don't really notice it on my 32 inch viewed from a distance.

Anyone seen a similar priced one with Freesat built into it instead?



there are tv's with build in but not in this sort of sized screen it would be pointless you wouldnt see the benifits prob have to be ove
Jonnyblock

Any tvs out there with a bluray built in?

guvner12

Asda do a "24 one for £129.99



do you have a link please or model no so i can check it out please.

jamstaruk1972

there are tv's with build in but not in this sort of sized screen it … there are tv's with build in but not in this sort of sized screen it would be pointless you wouldnt see the benifits prob have to be ovedo you have a link please or model no so i can check it out please.



I could only find a 22" one direct.asda.com/Pol…tml

cheers those polaroid tvs get terrible reviews tho

Shovon

They do a 24" full HD 1080p TV with built in DVD player for £129.99?



I was asking guvner12

airfix

There is a huge difference for me watching HD and SD on my 75 inch but … There is a huge difference for me watching HD and SD on my 75 inch but don't really notice it on my 32 inch viewed from a distance.



I realise that it wouldn't make much difference on such a little screen to have HD free view but a lot of these cheaper sets don't produce a decent picture from an SD source do they? So I'm thinking HD free view would be preferable. But it has to be said, smaller TV's don't tend to come with HD free view especially at this price point.

I'm wondering whether to get this or an LG24MN43D from richersounds which is £129.99 new on clearance but without the DVD player built in. 24" 1080p.

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Edited by: "boro_boy" 15th Apr 2014

boro_boy

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Thanks mate!

are TV s OK with built in DVD or better with out ?? tnxs

aw08

are TV s OK with built in DVD or better with out ?? tnxs



Sometimes better without as the dvd drive is often likely to fail before the rest of the tv so you end up with an unusable feature.

There is an offer at Tesco for a 32" LED tv (only 720p). Good for those on a budget who want a larger screen and don't need the dvd drive.

hotukdeals.com/dea…427

bonzobanana

Sometimes better without as the dvd drive is often likely to fail before … Sometimes better without as the dvd drive is often likely to fail before the rest of the tv so you end up with an unusable feature.There is an offer at Tesco for a 32" LED tv (only 720p). Good for those on a budget who want a larger screen and don't need the dvd drive.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/e-motion-32-inch-hd-ready-720p-led-tv-with-freeview-only-129-119-tesco-direct-instore-1881427#comments



thank you for your comments

Is this TV wall mountable?

PETERWHITE98

Is this TV wall mountable?



Yes, a I posted previously manual here http://download5.medion.com/downloads/anleitungen/bda_md21259_ie_uk_(en).pdf

Can you hang this one on the wall ?

Just seen above sorry

Anyone managed to get one? My local Aldi didn't have any first thing, so not sure if they even got delivered.

Does anybody know if video from the USB on this TV can be played in slow motion - 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 etc? I can do this with videos on DVDs but don't know of any media player that does this with files on a USB stick or hard drive. I thought maybe this one could as the remote control for watching DVD or USB will be the same. Does anybody know? Thanks

chickadee_cymru

Anyone managed to get one? My local Aldi didn't have any first thing, so … Anyone managed to get one? My local Aldi didn't have any first thing, so not sure if they even got delivered.


I picked one up from Pensarn, Carmarthen this morning, they still had 5 left at the time, and it came a tenner cheaper than advertised. Unfortunately, the sound and picture quality were so poor (although the picture looked better when looking down at the set rather than up at it, which is the direction needed for the only place it could go in that kitchen), that my mother preferred to go back to her 14" 4:3 crapola TV & separate set-top box for now, and so we took the set back late this afternoon. The manager said it was the first they had had returned, so maybe our temporary set was just the runt of the litter.
The glass stand was nice, and it was very easy to put together and install the TV, so it might be worth having as a back-up set, if the sound is any better with external speakers / sound bar etc (we didn't try that out).

just bought (last) one locally at £89.99. To pair with the Ross portable HD satellite system on special this week. Thanks for the heads-up about tbe 12v socket (i saw instore it had not a fixed mains lead) and the link to the online manual confirming.
Seems ok for the money and purpose, quite sensitive tuner pulls in out of region channels (gives us choice of 3 transmitters).
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