32" Scan HD Ready LCD TV As Low As £364.19
32" Scan HD Ready LCD TV As Low As £364.19

32" Scan HD Ready LCD TV As Low As £364.19

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32" Scan LTV-3203H Silver/Black LCD, 1366x768, 8ms, 1200:1, 500cd/m2, Widescreen, Speakers, VESA

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Sensible Savings - Great Upto date specs and performance! Remember LCD TV's work with your PC too ideal for Media Centre and Vista.

Take your TV, Movie & PC to a new level. Ideal for Sky+ - HD Ready- Futureproof.

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Leave the shipping to us! We believe for the price this is one of the best 32 inch LCD TV deals of the Year.

Panel Size :32"TFT (Active Matrix)
Aspect Ratio :16: 9
Resolution :1366 x 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 (8Wx2)
OSD language :English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian
Other Feature :Support DE-interlace, NICAM, 10 pages Teletext, Aspect ratio adjustment, 3D Comb Filter, noise reduction
Remote Control:Yes
Power Supply :AC 100~240V 50/60Hz
Power Consumption :Working 200W(Max),Standby 4W
Net Weight :16.7 kg
Monitor Dimension (WxHxD mm) :813 x 645 x 240mm
Carton Dimension (WxHxD mm) :913 x 735 x 263 mm
Regulation Safety&EMI:CE

feature value
Diagonal Size 32 in
HD Ready HD Ready
Image Aspect Ratio 16:9
Resolution 1366 x 768
Technology TFT active matrix

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quality tv and worth every penny. go gou and get one whilst you can

Hi it looks a good lcd tv for that price , but i am after one with a built in free view does anyone know of one ????? either 26" or 32"

I was just having a browse and noticed that it has a 24 month warranty.

Surely a good price for a telly with a 2 year guarantee

even better than that bought one yesterday arrived today, great value, great picture. sound not the best. warranty 3 years from digimate once registered after purchase.

BTW this has expired and gone back up to £329.99 Ex VAT
£387.74 Inc VAT.

My 32" LCD hdtv arrived the other day picked it up from the scan today only offer, supports 720p and is lovely to use as a second monitor.

Goes real nice with my 30" Dell 3007 WFP ( 2560 x 1600 res ) monitor

I thought people would like to know some info about it... Its a lovely bright monitor, ive yet to hook up the speakers on it since ive just connected it all to my pc system.

Using it as a pc monitor, the colours are clear, in games there is no bleeding and setting a custom resolution of 1366 x 768 on my pc produces a crystal clear picture.

In games the xbox 360 and ps2 both look stunning to what they were on before, the amount of inputs on this monitor is phenominal.

Im using hdmi for my pc input
vga for my 360
and component for my ps2

there are 2 scarts left over, and all the other typical television connections. I notice no ghosting and viewing angles are good. There is 1 tiny stuck pixel in top left corner.

Id HIGHLY recommend this monitor it is superb, much better than many £600 ones i have seen.

Here are some piccies, however i cannot sort out wires to be "proper" since im in halls of residence at the moment at first year of uni also these pics are fairly random and crappy but they show my nice new lcd :-

click on images for large resolution version



Now available for £339.58 (ex delivery for lucky few) or £363.93 for the rest.


Students must have more money than when I went - A 30" Dell and this 32".


thats what i was thinking. i had a 14 inch portable in my bedroom at poly and i thought i was posh.

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