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32" 1080p full hd tv 20000.1 contrast, 3 hdmi 299.71 @ asda direct
32" 1080p full hd tv 20000.1 contrast, 3 hdmi 299.71 @ asda direct

32" 1080p full hd tv 20000.1 contrast, 3 hdmi 299.71 @ asda direct

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VU325LDF Videocon 5 Series

Full Specification
Colour Black
TV Type LCD
Model Number VU325LDF
Screen Size (inch) 32"
Widescreen Yes
HD Ready Yes Full HD
1080p Full HD Yes
Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080
Contrast Ratio 20000:1
Number of HDMI Sockets 3
Number of Scart Sockets 2
Teletext Yes
Electronic Programme Guide Yes
Nicam Stereo Sound Yes (2x10W)
Dimensions (WxDxH in cm) H56.5 x W81 x D10.5cm
Weight 13.94Kg
Component Video In Socket Yes
S-Video In Socket 1
AV In Socket 1
Length of Labour Guarantee (Years) 1 Year
Built In DVD Player No
Remote Control Yes
Additional Information Supported picture formats: 480i/p, 576i/p, 720i/p, 1080i/p.
TV License Digital Colour Set

22 Comments

Original Poster

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looks to be this without the name

Borat;8104573

Would rather have a samsung 32 inch 720p then … Would rather have a samsung 32 inch 720p then thishttp://www.froogle.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/samsung/le32b450/sams-le32b450



why?

EliTom

Heat for the unmodified Mini!

Borat;8104573

Would rather have a samsung 32 inch 720p then … Would rather have a samsung 32 inch 720p then thishttp://www.froogle.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/samsung/le32b450/sams-le32b450


£279.95????

Got this for £194

halfcost.co.uk/web…=-1

and this for £216

halfcost.co.uk/web…=-1

Delivered :-D

TECHSPEC;8105068

£279.95????Got this for £194 [COLOR="Red"]no stock a … £279.95????Got this for £194 [COLOR="Red"]no stock available[/COLOR]http://www.halfcost.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10001&storeId=11&productId=54313&langId=-1&parent_category_rn=11901&categoryId=11902&cache_entry=-1and this for £216 [COLOR="Red"]no stock available[/COLOR]http://www.halfcost.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10001&storeId=11&productId=53013&langId=-1&parent_category_rn=11901&categoryId=11902&cache_entry=-1Delivered :-D



[COLOR="red"] it is easy to put a cheap price on out of stock itrems[/COLOR]:oops:

Original Poster

turdburglar;8104982

Heat for the unmodified Mini!



thanks

battelaxe;8105187

[COLOR="red"] it is easy to put a cheap price on out of stock … [COLOR="red"] it is easy to put a cheap price on out of stock itrems[/COLOR]:oops:



I said i BOUGHT them, not that they were on sale. And they only went out of stock Friday.

Still gives a guide to prices people are paying IN RESPONSE TO THE OTHER POSTER :).

None of that is relevant to this post, however, as this one is FULL HD.

elitom;8104612

why?EliTom



Because resolution is at least 3rd or 4th on the list of important specs. Unless you think this piece of turd is better than a 768p Pioneer Kuro?

Borat;8104573

Would rather have a samsung 32 inch 720p then … Would rather have a samsung 32 inch 720p then thishttp://www.froogle.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/samsung/le32b450/sams-le32b450



Lower res? what for? Chances are a Samsung Panel is used in this Asda one anyway!

Big difference between that res and 1080p res.

battelaxe;8105187

[COLOR="red"] it is easy to put a cheap price on out of stock … [COLOR="red"] it is easy to put a cheap price on out of stock itrems[/COLOR]:oops:



Absolutely.

nokmond;8106102

Because resolution is at least 3rd or 4th on the list of important specs. … Because resolution is at least 3rd or 4th on the list of important specs. Unless you think this piece of turd is better than a 768p Pioneer Kuro?



Resolution is probably the most important now, given the price of this 1080p TV there is no excuse for buying 1366x768. Obviously viewing angle, contrast are also important but they are generally decent anyway.

rash;8107777

Lower res? what for? Chances are a Samsung Panel is used in this Asda one … Lower res? what for? Chances are a Samsung Panel is used in this Asda one anyway!Big difference between that res and 1080p res.Absolutely.Resolution is probably the most important now, given the price of this 1080p TV there is no excuse for buying 1366x768. Obviously viewing angle, contrast are also important but they are generally decent anyway.



LOL. You are clearly clueless. So am I right in thinking you would prefer a Techwood 42" 1080p LCD over a 768p Pioneer Kuro? Clueless.

nokmond;8107846

LOL. You are clearly clueless. So am I right in thinking you would prefer … LOL. You are clearly clueless. So am I right in thinking you would prefer a Techwood 42" 1080p LCD over a 768p Pioneer Kuro? Clueless.



Price is king, if everyone could afford the pioneer would they not buy it?

This is in a similar price range as 720p therefore I would buy this over (because it's full 1080p) other 720p TV's.

Everyone always seems to forget the most important factor, price, after all if it wasn't a consideration none of us would be here on this forum!!!

Clueless? I think you are clueless.

nokmond;8106102

Because resolution is at least 3rd or 4th on the list of important specs. … Because resolution is at least 3rd or 4th on the list of important specs. Unless you think this piece of turd is better than a 768p Pioneer Kuro?



How do you know this is a piece of turd ?

It is certainly well specced unlike most cheaper sets.
20,000 : 1 contrast ratio means it has dynamic backlight adjustment - the same as premium brands ( many cheap sets just have the native contrast ratio e.g 1200:1 or less ).
1080p resolution will show more detail than 720p given a 1080p source. Though in my opinion it is less important on a 32" set than it would be on a larger panel.

Myself, if i were buying , i would stretch the extra £39 for the LG 32LH3000 set from amazon which is also 1080p ( very well reviewed and you can enable the USB port to make it a HD media player too )
Or given that its only 32" - go for a 720p panel - so the LG 32LH2000 for under £300 ( can also enable the media player on this ) or the Toshiba 32AV635 for £309 ( that has the well reviewed resolution+ upscaling for SD sources)

Finally someone with at least half a brain simes, presenting options in a similar price range is productive rather than saying something twice the price is way better! (It bloody better be if I'm paying twice the price!!!!).

Given the difference in price though, may as well go for the 1080p version, extra £40, for the extra features and decent brand is worth it IMO (plus you can use it as a screen on the odd occasion)

rash;8108564

Finally someone with at least half a brain simes, presenting options in a … Finally someone with at least half a brain simes, presenting options in a similar price range is productive rather than saying something twice the price is way better! (It bloody better be if I'm paying twice the price!!!!). Given the difference in price though, may as well go for the 1080p version, extra £40, for the extra features and decent brand is worth it IMO (plus you can use it as a screen on the odd occasion)



According to your reasoning why would a Kuro be better? Its only 768p? 1080p is of highest importance to you is it not?

A 32" 768p Samsung will give a better picture than this guaranteed.

Original Poster

nokmond;8110134

According to your reasoning why would a Kuro be better? Its only 768p? … According to your reasoning why would a Kuro be better? Its only 768p? 1080p is of highest importance to you is it not?A 32" 768p Samsung will give a better picture than this guaranteed.

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If you want the best picture quality dont even buy a lcd in the first place.some plasmas are far better. lcds stutters when the picture moves and cant compete with the contrasts of plasmas. this deal i have posted if for people that what a tv with lots of connections and fair picture but cant fork out alot . this offers good value. brand names dont always matter its just a name with a price added. for example, tescos tecknica or whatever its called now have samsungs panels in some of them...

nokmond;8110134

According to your reasoning why would a Kuro be better? Its only 768p? … According to your reasoning why would a Kuro be better? Its only 768p? 1080p is of highest importance to you is it not?A 32" 768p Samsung will give a better picture than this guaranteed.



Because it costs bloody more thats why! It's easy to say pay more and get a better one.

This is probably a Samsung panel anyway.

rash;8116759

Because it costs bloody more thats why! It's easy to say pay more and get … Because it costs bloody more thats why! It's easy to say pay more and get a better one.This is probably a Samsung panel anyway.



So 1080p isn't the most important thing then? Your contradicting yourself.

nokmond;8118581

So 1080p isn't the most important thing then? Your contradicting yourself.



what tv do you have? :whistling:

crse2008;8119703

what tv do you have? :whistling:



I have a Panasonic PWD8 & PHD8 and a Panny 1080p LCD why?

nokmond;8119894

I have a Panasonic PWD8 & PHD8 and a Panny 1080p LCD why?



why don't you own a "768p Pioneer Kuro"? :thinking:

TECHSPEC;8105068

£279.95????Got this for … £279.95????Got this for £194http://www.halfcost.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10001&storeId=11&productId=54313&langId=-1&parent_category_rn=11901&categoryId=11902&cache_entry=-1[SIZE="4"]£269.99 No stock available [/SIZE]and this for £216http://www.halfcost.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10001&storeId=11&productId=53013&langId=-1&parent_category_rn=11901&categoryId=11902&cache_entry=-1



[SIZE="4"]£299.99 No stock available [/SIZE]
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