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32" Arianet HD Ready LCD TV - £258.44 inc. VAT (+ Del)
32" Arianet HD Ready LCD TV - £258.44 inc. VAT   (+ Del)

32" Arianet HD Ready LCD TV - £258.44 inc. VAT (+ Del)

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Delivery to Northern Ireland seems to be about £36, but I'd guess it's cheaper if not free to the mainland.

Web only, 1 per customer.

Analogue tuner only (no built-in Freeview), HDMI., 8ms response time.

Don't know how good this is (no reviews yet) but must be one of the cheapest 32" HD TVs going.

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Description:

The Arianet 32" HD Ready TV is the perfect viewing platform for movies, sports and games. An 8ms response time ensures that there is no blurring of fast moving images, and with inputs galore you can plug in pretty much anything you like!! The designer styling also means that it will fit it with any living room or bedroom. It is supplied with an analogue tuner for TV signals.

* Panel Size :32"TFT (Active Matrix)
* Aspect Ratio :16: 9
* Resolution :1366 * 768 (WXGA)
* Pixel Pitch :0.51 x 0.51 mm
* Display Colors :16.7M
* Brightness (cd/m2) :500cd/m2
* Contrast Ratio :1200 : 1
* Response time :8ms
* Viewing Angle, H/V :176 degree(H) / 176 degree(V)
* TV system:PAL, SECAM
* Video Signal :TV,YPbPr,HDMI,VGA,SCART1, SCART2,Video,S-Video
* Audio Signal :RCA Audio In(L/R), headphone Out
* Internal Speaker :Stereo Speaker (8W*2)
* OSD language :English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian
* Other Feature :Support DE-interlace, NICAM, 10 pages Teletext, Aspect ratio adjustment, Comb Filter, 3D noise reduction
* Remote Control:Yes
* Wall Mount :Special Kit (Optional)
* Power Supply :AC 100~240V 50/60Hz
* Power Consumption :Working 200W(Max),Standby 4W
* Net Weight :20 kg
* Monitor Dimension (W*H*D mm) :846 x 678 x 281mm
* Carton Dimension (W*H*D mm) :955 x 780 x 326 mm
* Regulation Safety&EMI:CE, RoHS

Thats the North of Ireland surely?

Doire_Bhoy1;2453383

Thats the North of Ireland surely?



thats what i thought too;-)

Original Poster

Doire_Bhoy1;2453383

Thats the North of Ireland surely?



:lazy:

Banned

You guys really do need to get a life. Most of us grown ups are all very tired of this constant insanity.

Original Poster

OK, any indication of why the cold votes?

I'll give the keyboard warriors here the benefit of the doubt and assume they were actually to do with the deal rather than objection to the name of a geographic area, so what' s the problem?

Price too high? TV no good? Any clue would be nice.

Well it's £ 301.09 inc delivery, which is a pretty poor price for an unbranded non freeview 32" LCD.

This one from ebuyer (has freeview, and has a Samsung panel) is £290, with delivery.
ebuyer.com/pro…916

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My bad, I didn't realise delivery was that much - I thought that was just the Northern Ireland price. 'tis a bit shocking Can I change my vote to cold?

beanoni;2454293

My bad, I didn't realise delivery was that much - I thought that was just … My bad, I didn't realise delivery was that much - I thought that was just the Northern Ireland price. 'tis a bit shocking Can I change my vote to cold?



No, but let me add some COLD for ya!! :-)

I am sure the high shipping charge must be a fault in the system. Telephone orders are just over £12. The TV is a Digimat, same as the Dabs Value. It's made in Germany and of good quality. However the specs on the one I received are different from what's displayed (e.g. no S-video, no Headphone, etc.).
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