24" 1080p Hyundai HDTV £149 @ Netto
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24" 1080p Hyundai HDTV £149 @ Netto

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Found 20th Aug 2010Made hot 20th Aug 2010
No product code to check the specifacation and i have no idea how good Hyundai TV's are, but for under £150 must be worth a pop?

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THIS SOUNDS HOT!

Can u buy online?

26 " full hd from morrisons with usb recording facility for £150
we could all do with 2 extra inches

Sounds good to me. Did LOL at crate of Skol on page 2 from the link though. Had no idea you could still buy that...

26 " full hd from morrisons with usb recording facility for £150we could … 26 " full hd from morrisons with usb recording facility for £150we could all do with 2 extra inches



Desp - post it on here!

Voted Hot.

24 inch full HD ? ... what's the point even if it were true ? ...

I've had a Hyundai TV since 2006 (32" HD Ready 1080i) and it's been fine ever since. The panel in mine was a Samsung, hence why I bought it. It's probably worth doing a bit of looking to see what panels these use before purchasing. Heat Added though

can u buy from netto online? thanks.

No.

flyboyfloz

can u buy from netto online? thanks.



No mate.

ok thanks lads.

I've also had a Hyundai TV for the last 4 or 5 years and its been great

k9plus1

24 inch full HD ? ... what's the point even if it were true ? ...



Are you saying they are lying about the resolution?
As for the point of it, that depends entirely on the viewing distance. For a kitchen or bedroom or even for use as a PC monitor then 1080p could be quite handy.

Never seen a hyundai TV - have had a 17" TFT monitor from them since 2003 though. Backlight failed in 2006 (few months before end of their 3 year warranty) - phoning late in the afternoon, I'd missed the cut-off with their normal courier to get next day replacement. After saying that was a shame as the next day was the last day of my holiday, the very nice lady arranged a different courier with a later cut-off to come swap it out! Amazing service from them, not sure it'll still be the same now, but, still..! The replacement is also still working great.
If only there was a netto near me, I'd get this.

Edited by: "tickedon" 20th Aug 2010

I've heard Hyundai tv's are the cream of the crop

(24 inch full HD ? ... what's the point even if it were true ? ...- k9plus1) Well i'd think the point is to view things on at a reasonable price. Some people may be upgrading from the old CRT'S and if your on a tight budget this is a good option until you can afford a large screen model. Iv'e owned a Hyundai tv for the past 5 years, it has now been retired to the bedroom due to the purchase of a LG 42" model, and Iv'e never had any trouble with it.

Not a TV I know but I bought a Hyundai 22" TFT for connecting to my xbox around 3 years ago and it's still going strong. Fantastic picture quality.

I bought the 26" lowry from morrisons.....took it back, pile of sh1te on standard definition no matter what input I used.

scousemicky

I bought the 26" lowry from morrisons.....took it back, pile of sh1te on … I bought the 26" lowry from morrisons.....took it back, pile of sh1te on standard definition no matter what input I used.



With lots of TVs the out of the box settings make standard def stuff look horrendous. You usually have to tinker.
I had a Sony which looked truly awful with the default settings but then looked very good once I had messed around. Made me wonder how many people use the default settings and convince themselves it looks great

I never bothered messing with any settings as no matter what input I used there was terrible pixelation, constant ghosting and lots of motion blur with standard def (never tried hi def). I played an avi file and it displayed that fine. So either the processor in it was crap or faulty.

I've had a 37" Hannspree since March 07, still going strong, brilliant picture no matter what I throw at it. But I done a lot of research into that (mainly on avforum). Best TV I've ever bought.

k9plus1

24 inch full HD ? ... what's the point even if it were true ? ...



The laptop I'm posting on has a 15.6" 1920x1200 screen, I assume by your opinion that's pointless too?

Most 24" monitors are 1920x1080

So say you were buying a monitor for your PC, you could buy this and have the benefit of being able to use it as a TV aswell.

i want a good quality 26 inch model upto £250 any good offers around? Thankyou for your help


scousemicky

I never bothered messing with any settings as no matter what input I used … I never bothered messing with any settings as no matter what input I used there was terrible pixelation, constant ghosting and lots of motion blur with standard def (never tried hi def). I played an avi file and it displayed that fine. So either the processor in it was crap or faulty.I've had a 37" Hannspree since March 07, still going strong, brilliant picture no matter what I throw at it. But I done a lot of research into that (mainly on avforum). Best TV I've ever bought.



played a load of avi's on mine never had a problem , picture was good , havent tried hd yet though

annodomini2

The laptop I'm posting on has a 15.6" 1920x1200 screen, I assume by your … The laptop I'm posting on has a 15.6" 1920x1200 screen, I assume by your opinion that's pointless too?Most 24" monitors are 1920x1080So say you were buying a monitor for your PC, you could buy this and have the benefit of being able to use it as a TV aswell.



Would it make a good PC monitor?

nearest branch is 55 miles away why are there none in scotland?

plonky

With lots of TVs the out of the box settings make standard def stuff look … With lots of TVs the out of the box settings make standard def stuff look horrendous. You usually have to tinker.I had a Sony which looked truly awful with the default settings but then looked very good once I had messed around. Made me wonder how many people use the default settings and convince themselves it looks great



Can I ask what you did to it? I'm not happy with my sony quality but don't know what to change

jonnybravo

Can I ask what you did to it? I'm not happy with my sony quality but … Can I ask what you did to it? I'm not happy with my sony quality but don't know what to change



Do a search on avforums for "settings" along with your model number. People post what values they have for contrast, brightness, sharpness etc etc You can use that as a starting point and then adjust to whatever suits you. In some cases though, the quality of the channel being received is so poor that there's nothing much that can be done e.g footy on ITV4 !

went in at 9am (they open at 8 ) store was empty, and they said it was sold out. Either that or the staff took em all. what a shame

Wolf

Would it make a good PC monitor?



You'd have to find out what interfaces it has, you'd need either VGA, DVI or HDMI

Ideally DVI, but most modern graphics cards support HDMI aswell.

LOUGHBORO GUY

i want a good quality 26 inch model upto £250 any good offers around? … i want a good quality 26 inch model upto £250 any good offers around? Thankyou for your help



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