60 inch Polaroid Full HD LED TV £529 @ ASDA Direct
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60 inch Polaroid Full HD LED TV £529 @ ASDA Direct

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Found 2nd May 2014
While I was looking at the 50 inch for £286, I discovered this one. Too good to be missed.

Asda - £529.00.

- BurnToasT333

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Polaroid 60ins Full HD LED TV

£529.00 £629.00
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Please add all the details to the title. I have added it to your description in the mean time.

I thought it said '60 inch Poundland HDTV'

Which would probably have been a misprice.


Edited by: "HedgyHoggy" 2nd May 2014

Original Poster

Sorry. 1st time posting. It's from Asda Direct!

83% for 10 inches more?

hummm .... not a bad price for a low budget
reviews suggest its hd ready and not full hd but specs suggest its full hd
anyone know the truth ?

Is 60 inch too big ?

AR2012

83% for 10 inches more?


for some every inch matters...at least that is what she said

LOUGHBORO GUY

Is 60 inch too big ?



Depends on the size of the room and distance from the set.

60" screen is best viewed 10-15 feet away.
Edited by: "oddballjamie" 2nd May 2014

the things a monster weighing in at 42 kilo

oddballjamie

Depends on the size of the room and distance from the set.60" screen is … Depends on the size of the room and distance from the set.60" screen is best viewed 10-15 feet away.


Nah, those distances are for the lower res 576/720p Tvs. You sit closer to the higher res ones. Even if it was a 65 inch 1080p you can sit 8.5 feet away from it. The further away you sit from a high res tv the less detail you see.

AR2012

83% for 10 inches more?



44% larger screen area 50" vs 60"

I remember when I posted this at £620 it went down to -150, its been £529 for a while now.

My girlfriends parents have a monster 70inch DLP 720p TV and you only sit around 6-7 feet from it and it honesty doesn't look bad. In the bedroom I have a 50inch 1080p set and my viewing distance is less than 6 feet and I have no problems, I'm in my 20's, have pretty decent eye sight and cant distinguish individual pixels. Bigger is ALWAYS better (when it comes to TV's) lol

I was thinking about buying one of these for the bedroom but there is absolutely no information online about it and none in any stores near me. It will be full HD and will use a Sharp panel but tbh I wouldn't bother, if it drops to £450 or less I might be tempted.

Retailers are now calling tv's 'HD Ready' if they do not have an inbuilt hd source - even though the tv can in fact display 1080 , when supplied from an external source.
I think some customers were getting refunds because tv picture was not HD - out of the box, as supplied.

jans

Nah, those distances are for the lower res 576/720p Tvs. You sit closer … Nah, those distances are for the lower res 576/720p Tvs. You sit closer to the higher res ones. Even if it was a 65 inch 1080p you can sit 8.5 feet away from it. The further away you sit from a high res tv the less detail you see.



You're right http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/Article/How-Far-Should-I-Sit.php

In my defence it's been a while since I was told that information at a home theatre store.

Saw this TV in my local asda today was reduced to £449

Which Asda was it that you see the 60" TV going for £449? Online it still says £529/-
Edited by: "Supz" 11th May 2014

Specs must be rubbish on this. Such as contrast and refresh rate
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