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32" HD Ready TV from Asda £199!!! @ Asda Direct
32" HD Ready TV from Asda £199!!! @ Asda Direct

32" HD Ready TV from Asda £199!!! @ Asda Direct

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32" HD Ready screen for under £200. Bargain

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£5 delivery if you can't collect from selected Asda stores, never heard of Videocon who make this 32ins HD Ready Digital LCD TV..any reviews...does anyone know if it would survive more than 3 years of standard use?

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Not really a bargain, 32" TV's have been sub £200 for about a year now.... all depends on the model? and brand?

i think hot

There was a factory refurb Sony for £209 off Tesco ebay which i think is still available I know which one I would have the Sony is better in every way and comes with a 12month warranty.

One crucial feature of the Asda tv is the spdif out, not on the Argos set. Only if you want to connect to home cinema amp, which I do. Hot from me for this feature.

still a decent deal. plus I have asda vouchers so its gonna be £150 for me! (_;)

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Great price but as others have said for a little more a decent branded tv, full hd LG been listed here about a million times this week for 249 which makes more sense. Definately could not blow this cold though....

Videocon. PMSL. Invest in a decent brand skinflints!

SpamJavelin

Videocon. PMSL. Invest in a decent brand skinflints!



I dont think some people can actually afford it, such as people on a low income (e.g. single parents).

shuwaz

I dont think some people can actually afford it, such as people on a low … I dont think some people can actually afford it, such as people on a low income (e.g. single parents).



Like ive said £209 for a factory refurb Sony which has USB and 4xHDMI and is just a way better TV for the same money and although its a refurb it still has 12 months warranty like this one. Sony is not some no name rubbish like this and if some people cant afford a few extra quid for a decent 32inch they should either wait till they can or shouldn't be looking at TV's in the first place.

This is stone cold because most people would be looking at a 32inch for the lounge and its a false economy buying a cheap TV for the lounge because every time you watch something you will be wishing you had spent the little extra for a decent branded set with a good picture instead of some **** with a chronic picture.

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SpamJavelin

Videocon. PMSL. Invest in a decent brand skinflints!



Skinflints or people trying to save some cash?

Most of these parts used in these TV's come from manufacturers like Samsung. (inc the screen)
The specs are not the worst by far, If you want a TV at a reasonable price this is pretty good.
25000:1 contrast ratio isn't like most of the cheaper models you find.

normally they are set at about 1000:1 for those type. 720p is fine on a 32" TV you wouldn't notice a huge difference wth 1080p on a set of this size anyway, on a 37" + then you would maybe want 1080p there to maintain the density of the pixels for its size.

A good buy, you get what you pay for? Not always, with this i think you get that little bit more.

I sell Tv's as part of my job and i have seen less of a spec in some higher priced/branded models.

Good post.
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