Toshiba 32LL3A63DB 32" Smart 1080p Full HD TV £179 @ Tesco Litherland
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Toshiba 32LL3A63DB 32" Smart 1080p Full HD TV £179 @ Tesco Litherland

£179£22922%Tesco Deals
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Posted 1st OctAvailable: National
Backlight TV (No clue what that it lol)
Has built in WiFi WLAN
Can be Alexa controlled
Smart Tv
Freeview Play
Prime Video
Netflix
You tube

Technical specifications for TOSHIBA 32LL3A63DB 32" Smart Full HD LED TV
SCREENScreen size32"
Screen technologyLED backlitResolutionFull HD 1920 x 1080pBezel width5 mm
PICTURE QUALITYMotion rate50 HzProcessing rate50 HzContrast
- Peak brightness: 250 nits
- Black level: 0.2 nitsNative contrast ratio1200:1Dynamic contrast ratio15000:1Noise reductionYesSMARTSmart platformLinuxSmart TV services- Catch up TV: BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, My5, UKTV Play
- Streaming: Netflix, Prime Video
- Custom homepage
- Full internet browser
- Social media apps: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube
- Gaming apps

Please note: Some services are only available in the UKScreen mirroringYesOther smart featuresWorks with Amazon AlexaCONNECTIVITYWiFiBuilt-in WiFiEthernetYesBluetoothYesConnections- HDMI 1.4 x 3
- Component input x 1
- USB 2.0 x 2Audio output- 3.5 mm jack
- Optical x 1
- Coaxial x 1TUNERTV tunerFreeview HD

Please note: Some services are only available in the UKElectronic programme guide8-day EPG and 7-day catch up with Freeview PlayAUDIOSpeakers2Audio power6 WSound enhancementDolby Audio ProcessingFEATURESVoice controlDirect voice controlPVR functionYesVESA mount200 x 100Table-top standYesOther features- Sleep timer
- Parental lockENERGY CONSUMPTIONEnergy efficiency classA+On-mode power consumption31 WAnnual power consumption45 kWhGENERALColour- TV: Black
- Stand: SilverMaterialPlasticInternal menu languages28 languagesHardware required- Aerial
- WiFi RouterBox contents- Toshiba 32LL3A63DB 32" Smart Full HD LED TV
- TV stand
- Remote control
- Instruction bookletDimensions- TV: 437 x 735 x 93 mm (H x W x D)
- TV with stand: 471 x 735 x 189 mm (H x W x D)
- Boxed: 555 x 795 x 154 mm (H x W x D)Weight- TV: 5.5 kg
- TV with stand: 6 kg
- Boxed: 8 kg

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Technical specifications for TOSHIBA 32LL3A63DB 32" Smart Full HD LED TV
SCREENScreen size32"
Screen technologyLED backlitResolutionFull HD 1920 x 1080pBezel width5 mm
PICTURE QUALITYMotion rate50 HzProcessing rate50 HzContrast
- Peak brightness: 250 nits
- Black level: 0.2 nitsNative contrast ratio1200:1Dynamic contrast ratio15000:1Noise reductionYesSMARTSmart platformLinuxSmart TV services- Catch up TV: BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, My5, UKTV Play
- Streaming: Netflix, Prime Video
- Custom homepage
- Full internet browser
- Social media apps: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube
- Gaming apps

Please note: Some services are only available in the UKScreen mirroringYesOther smart featuresWorks with Amazon AlexaCONNECTIVITYWiFiBuilt-in WiFiEthernetYesBluetoothYesConnections- HDMI 1.4 x 3
- Component input x 1
- USB 2.0 x 2Audio output- 3.5 mm jack
- Optical x 1
- Coaxial x 1TUNERTV tunerFreeview HD

Please note: Some services are only available in the UKElectronic programme guide8-day EPG and 7-day catch up with Freeview PlayAUDIOSpeakers2Audio power6 WSound enhancementDolby Audio ProcessingFEATURESVoice controlDirect voice controlPVR functionYesVESA mount200 x 100Table-top standYesOther features- Sleep timer
- Parental lockENERGY CONSUMPTIONEnergy efficiency classA+On-mode power consumption31 WAnnual power consumption45 kWhGENERALColour- TV: Black
- Stand: SilverMaterialPlasticInternal menu languages28 languagesHardware required- Aerial
- WiFi RouterBox contents- Toshiba 32LL3A63DB 32" Smart Full HD LED TV
- TV stand
- Remote control
- Instruction bookletDimensions- TV: 437 x 735 x 93 mm (H x W x D)
- TV with stand: 471 x 735 x 189 mm (H x W x D)
- Boxed: 555 x 795 x 154 mm (H x W x D)Weight- TV: 5.5 kg
- TV with stand: 6 kg
- Boxed: 8 kg
Vestal?
lamboo01/10/2019 11:03

Technical specifications for TOSHIBA 32LL3A63DB 32" Smart Full HD LED …Technical specifications for TOSHIBA 32LL3A63DB 32" Smart Full HD LED TVSCREENScreen size32"Screen technologyLED backlitResolutionFull HD 1920 x 1080pBezel width5 mmPICTURE QUALITYMotion rate50 HzProcessing rate50 HzContrast- Peak brightness: 250 nits- Black level: 0.2 nitsNative contrast ratio1200:1Dynamic contrast ratio15000:1Noise reductionYesSMARTSmart platformLinuxSmart TV services- Catch up TV: BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, My5, UKTV Play- Streaming: Netflix, Prime Video- Custom homepage- Full internet browser- Social media apps: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube- Gaming appsPlease note: Some services are only available in the UKScreen mirroringYesOther smart featuresWorks with Amazon AlexaCONNECTIVITYWiFiBuilt-in WiFiEthernetYesBluetoothYesConnections- HDMI 1.4 x 3- Component input x 1- USB 2.0 x 2Audio output- 3.5 mm jack- Optical x 1- Coaxial x 1TUNERTV tunerFreeview HDPlease note: Some services are only available in the UKElectronic programme guide8-day EPG and 7-day catch up with Freeview PlayAUDIOSpeakers2Audio power6 WSound enhancementDolby Audio ProcessingFEATURESVoice controlDirect voice controlPVR functionYesVESA mount200 x 100Table-top standYesOther features- Sleep timer- Parental lockENERGY CONSUMPTIONEnergy efficiency classA+On-mode power consumption31 WAnnual power consumption45 kWhGENERALColour- TV: Black- Stand: SilverMaterialPlasticInternal menu languages28 languagesHardware required- Aerial- WiFi RouterBox contents- Toshiba 32LL3A63DB 32" Smart Full HD LED TV- TV stand- Remote control- Instruction bookletDimensions- TV: 437 x 735 x 93 mm (H x W x D)- TV with stand: 471 x 735 x 189 mm (H x W x D)- Boxed: 555 x 795 x 154 mm (H x W x D)Weight- TV: 5.5 kg- TV with stand: 6 kg- Boxed: 8 kg


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welder29901/10/2019 12:39

Vestal?


No idea, but for the price and features included i wont complain.
For me, Bonus is that its NOT a Polaroid
lamboo01/10/2019 14:11

No idea, but for the price and features included i wont complain.For me, …No idea, but for the price and features included i wont complain.For me, Bonus is that its NOT a Polaroid


Same as Polaroid, trust me, even worse.
Guys, come to your senses. Returned 2 of these. Temperamental, very flimsy, broke within a month. Same with JVC.Vestel. Paid £150 for mine, for the listed price add £20 and get an LG or Samsung. I also thought £150 was a good deal for the specs, but was not. Good in a spare room, refurbished for £100. Not voting.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 1st Oct
sheffield78801/10/2019 15:51

Guys, come to your senses. Returned 2 of these. Temperamental, very …Guys, come to your senses. Returned 2 of these. Temperamental, very flimsy, broke within a month. Same with JVC.Vestel. Paid £150 for mine, for the listed price add £20 and get an LG or Samsung. I also thought £150 was a good deal for the specs, but was not. Good in a spare room, refurbished for £100. Not voting.


I have a toshiba 49” and 55” both decent tv for the price. You pay for what you get and I’m not complaining. For all the features at a fraction of the price I’m very happy with them
ndyanem01/10/2019 16:04

I have a toshiba 49” and 55” both decent tv for the price. You pay for wha …I have a toshiba 49” and 55” both decent tv for the price. You pay for what you get and I’m not complaining. For all the features at a fraction of the price I’m very happy with them


I strongly believe the bigger models are better. On both mine, the screens were rattling. I am sure you will get rid of yours if it kicks in at 2 AM on full volume. Also, switch at the back, difficult to reach when remote freezes, had to unplug the extension cord with all other devices to put the TV off. Also, switching for no reasons from YouTube to Freeview.
These are just a few examples, all happen in within a month.
Yes, you get what you pay for, but in this case there were too many issues from the start. I wanted a cheap TV for the spare room and I thought this has lots of features, turned out most didn't work. One of the 2 TV has blown away straight when I put it on.
This is my experience, yours is different. I paid £225 for a Samsung, absolutely no issues, but in all honesty, I wanted a cheaper one as I only use it occasionally.
sheffield78801/10/2019 16:25

I strongly believe the bigger models are better. On both mine, the screens …I strongly believe the bigger models are better. On both mine, the screens were rattling. I am sure you will get rid of yours if it kicks in at 2 AM on full volume. Also, switch at the back, difficult to reach when remote freezes, had to unplug the extension cord with all other devices to put the TV off. Also, switching for no reasons from YouTube to Freeview.These are just a few examples, all happen in within a month.Yes, you get what you pay for, but in this case there were too many issues from the start. I wanted a cheap TV for the spare room and I thought this has lots of features, turned out most didn't work. One of the 2 TV has blown away straight when I put it on. This is my experience, yours is different. I paid £225 for a Samsung, absolutely no issues, but in all honesty, I wanted a cheaper one as I only use it occasionally.


Well I’ve had the 49” for 2 years and no issues and the 55” for a month and no issues at all
My friend got a Samung through EE 50inch and it broke within 3 m9nths
ndyanem01/10/2019 16:27

Well I’ve had the 49” for 2 years and no issues and the 55” for a month and …Well I’ve had the 49” for 2 years and no issues and the 55” for a month and no issues at all


As I said, I believe they pay more attention and the built quality is better at the bigger models, at the end of the day you pay more and you should get a better product. The bigger models may not even be Vestel, or at least this was the case with Panasonic.

I had several Toshiba devices in the past and I was really pleased with them.
sheffield78801/10/2019 17:12

As I said, I believe they pay more attention and the built quality is …As I said, I believe they pay more attention and the built quality is better at the bigger models, at the end of the day you pay more and you should get a better product. The bigger models may not even be Vestel, or at least this was the case with Panasonic.I had several Toshiba devices in the past and I was really pleased with them.


All of Toshiba's TVs in the UK and Europe are made by Vestel.
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