40" Teco HD Ready LCD TV TL4091RW Widescreen (2yr Manufacturers Warranty)
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40" Teco HD Ready LCD TV TL4091RW Widescreen (2yr Manufacturers Warranty)

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Found 6th Jul 2007
Description
Its contemporary styling will suit any living room whilst a Grade A Samsung LCD Panel is at the heart of the TV giving you a breathtaking image. Let TECO immerse you in a High Definition experience.

The HD-Ready LCD TV with its screen size of 40" gives all you need to take you to the next level of home entertainment. Thanks to 500cd/m2 display brightness and 8ms response time it will provide for a thrilling viewing experience when watching fast moving and high-speed images.

HD-Ready, this television set complete will be able to find its place in all the interiors.

It is equipped with a flagstone high definition of 1366 X 768 for a detailed ultra image. It also embarks a broad connector industry (HDMI, PC, YUV,) authorizing the addition of many audio-video peripherals.

Elegant and powerful, television set TECO TL4091RW is the ideal television set for a passage to the high definition at lower cost.







Specifications
General Product Type40" LCD TV TV TypeHDTV Ready TV Tuner1x analogue Weight33 kg Display Diagonal Size40" Resolution1366 x 768 General Enclosure ColourSilver Display Colour Depth16.7 Million Color Image Contrast Ratio1200:1 Brightness500 cd/m2 Viewing Angle178 degrees Pixel Response Time8 ms Video Features HD ReadyYes TeletextYes Teletext Memory1000 pages

14 available

dont forget quidco 3%

12 Comments

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Well cheap!
Is it any good?
Says 'Grade A Samsung LCD Panel'

Original Poster

# Connections
# 1 x RF Input
# 2 x HDMI Connection
# 2 x Scart Connection
# 1 x AV In / Out
# 1 x VGA In
# 1 x Audio Output
# 1 x Headphones Connection

its also £500 at directtvs, cant really say on how good it is, cant find any reviews:?

says £499 on website?

Original Poster

i included the quidco saving.

Oh right...

Delivery is between £14 and £30 depending on service though?

Seems like a decent tv...

I've got the 32" version for the PS2 with the kids and I think its got great picture quality. Theres a samsung floating about for £650 on the web as well which might be worth the xtra.....

the 42" version is pretty spot on too to be honest.

Was tempted to buy another 2 for the games room and my sons room but bought a HD projector instead for the games room. My son will just have to wait til xmas!!!!

sgandtg

the 42" version is pretty spot on too to be honest.Was tempted to buy … the 42" version is pretty spot on too to be honest.Was tempted to buy another 2 for the games room and my sons room but bought a HD projector instead for the games room. My son will just have to wait til xmas!!!!




Wow... You have one lucky,, Kid..

+ a games room so jealous!!!

Well done though my dream to one day have my own games room!

as for the telly it will be intersting to see what peoples thoughts are who know more than me about these TV's!!

Have a good weekend all:)

Most people pay about £1000 for a similar sized LCD anyway so thought I could get 2 for price of one as the 42" was £550 if i remember correctly.

A games room is highly recommended.

I built a double garage last year but the car has only ever been in it once.

Its one of the things to do before you're 40 (I'm 30). Got a pub pool table, 3 fruit machines, an xbox 360, an xbox (for playing avi's, etc), sky, pc with cctv connected to it for security, a full size jukebox, a casino table (roulette, poker, blackjack, etc) and a small bar with fridge and small freezer along with some seats, beanbags & a small 2 seater couch.

In all, cost me about £5000 but well worth it imo.

I will await the invite!!

Nice one!

Anytime mate. Just don't win a jackpot off my fruit machines

how much was the the projector mate and what model?!
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