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50 Inch 4K TV only £299 instore at Asda
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Just saw this at my local Asda.
Seems like a good deal for a 4K 50 Inch Telly
Thought I'd share ..
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I know Polaroid get a bad rap but my sister got one and it was a actually a very good picture, have some heat.
where?
What is it ???
I think people of wondering what make and model this is @Zakdon
Edited by: "andywedge" 5th Jul 2018
This is a bit like posting "car, only £4000". Need to know a lot more information.
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andywedge32 m ago

I think people of wondering what make and model this is @Zakdon


This was already posted 22 days ago
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davewave05/07/2018 21:39

I know Polaroid get a bad rap but my sister got one and it was a actually …I know Polaroid get a bad rap but my sister got one and it was a actually a very good picture, have some heat.



It is very difficult to get a "bad" screen these days, they are all made by a handful of companies; the issue with Polaroid and other similar rebadged no-names, is the quality of the electronics behind the screen.

Often there are made with simplified circuitry, and poor quality components that go bad a lot sooner than a properly designed circuit with good quality components would.

Yes, you will get ones that work perfectly for years, and yes, you will get expensive top brand units that break down if you stare at them, but in general, you get what you pay for.

Although you say the picture is great, fed with what signal?? My LG is so good at upscaling, it is difficult to tell the difference between SD, HD and 4k. Not long after I got the LG, I came across an old episode of MASH - recorded in ropey old NTSC format, then upscaled to PAL 625 by the BBC in the 1970's; it looked so good, I thought a new digitally remastered version had been released, but no; I went to check it on our older Panasonic HD TV, and the picture looked crap.
Normal price for a Vestel 50” UHD TV. Has been for 2 years.
deleted129396005/07/2018 22:18

It is very difficult to get a "bad" screen these days, they are all made …It is very difficult to get a "bad" screen these days, they are all made by a handful of companies; the issue with Polaroid and other similar rebadged no-names, is the quality of the electronics behind the screen.Often there are made with simplified circuitry, and poor quality components that go bad a lot sooner than a properly designed circuit with good quality components would.Yes, you will get ones that work perfectly for years, and yes, you will get expensive top brand units that break down if you stare at them, but in general, you get what you pay for.Although you say the picture is great, fed with what signal?? My LG is so good at upscaling, it is difficult to tell the difference between SD, HD and 4k. Not long after I got the LG, I came across an old episode of MASH - recorded in ropey old NTSC format, then upscaled to PAL 625 by the BBC in the 1970's; it looked so good, I thought a new digitally remastered version had been released, but no; I went to check it on our older Panasonic HD TV, and the picture looked crap.


Samsungs aren't exactly renowned for their reliability these days. They've started using cheap components in their lesser tv ranger. Lesser still cost around a grand. I agree that you get what you pay for picture wise. Reliability can be luck of the draw no matter how much you pay
mark622659 m ago

Samsungs aren't exactly renowned for their reliability these days. They've …Samsungs aren't exactly renowned for their reliability these days. They've started using cheap components in their lesser tv ranger. Lesser still cost around a grand. I agree that you get what you pay for picture wise. Reliability can be luck of the draw no matter how much you pay


This is why I will only buy TVs with a 5 year warranty.
Also, does this TV do HDR? WCG? Remember that TVs need to hit a requirement to get the best from a 4K source.
Online at Asda too (link here) at the same price, originally listed at £315.

Asda Blurb below mentions HDCP 2.2 with CEC & HDR, 4K Netflix with HDR & 4k YouTube with HDR.
No mention of wide color gamut (WCG) thouugh so the picture richness might not be to everyone's cup of tea. Still for under £300, it may suit some:


The Polaroid 50-Inch Smart UHD TV with HDR is a 4k LCD TV with 10 Bit Panel, Smart applications, Freeview Play and lots of extras like Netflix with HDR.

Video:

  • 3840X 2160 IPS 4K LED
  • 5000:1 Contrast
  • HDR10
  • DVB-T2 MPEG4
  • MPEG NR
  • DNR
  • HDMI Full Range 1-255

Connectivity:


  • 3 X HDMI 2.0 /HDCP 2.2 with CEC & HDR
  • VGA Input
  • Composite Video Input
  • Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/
  • RJ45
  • Wireless Display
  • Optical Output PCM/ Bitstream

Audio:


  • DTS True Surround
  • Optical Out
  • Equaliser
  • ARC on HDMI
  • Headphone Socket
  • Line out
  • Subwoofer out

Extras:


  • 4K Netflix with HDR
  • 4k YouTube with HDR
  • BBC iPlayer
  • Freeview Play
  • Electronic Program Guide
  • On Screen Instruction book
  • Auto Update
  • Auto Power Down
  • Remote Control
  • Instructions
  • 2 Piece stand
  • 2 X AAA batteries
Edited by: "Grobbendonk" 5th Jul 2018
For size yes but not sure about the brand though. Still voted hot for the size
Nujol05/07/2018 22:28

Normal price for a Vestel 50” UHD TV. Has been for 2 years.



and vessel screens are shit - fact
Janzbro6th Jul

and vessel screens are shit - fact


Seen one and the picture is very good. Why don't you like it?
Grobbendonk5th Jul

Online at Asda too (link here) at the same price, originally listed at …Online at Asda too (link here) at the same price, originally listed at £315.Asda Blurb below mentions HDCP 2.2 with CEC & HDR, 4K Netflix with HDR & 4k YouTube with HDR.No mention of wide color gamut (WCG) thouugh so the picture richness might not be to everyone's cup of tea. Still for under £300, it may suit some:The Polaroid 50-Inch Smart UHD TV with HDR is a 4k LCD TV with 10 Bit Panel, Smart applications, Freeview Play and lots of extras like Netflix with HDR.Video:3840X 2160 IPS 4K LED5000:1 ContrastHDR10DVB-T2 MPEG4MPEG NRDNRHDMI Full Range 1-255Connectivity:3 X HDMI 2.0 /HDCP 2.2 with CEC & HDRVGA InputComposite Video InputWi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/RJ45Wireless DisplayOptical Output PCM/ BitstreamAudio:DTS True SurroundOptical OutEqualiserARC on HDMIHeadphone SocketLine outSubwoofer outExtras:4K Netflix with HDR4k YouTube with HDRBBC iPlayerFreeview PlayElectronic Program GuideOn Screen Instruction bookAuto UpdateAuto Power DownRemote ControlInstructions2 Piece stand2 X AAA batteries


Thanks for your input guys

I posted this and completely forgot about it lol
It’s not a bad for under £300. Heat
I bet this is actually half decent. I'd love to give one a test run just to see how it stacks up.
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