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Blaupunkt 32" Inch 720p HD Ready LED TV with Freeview HD at ebay/electricmania for £122.50
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Blaupunkt 32" Inch 720p HD Ready LED TV with Freeview HD at ebay/electricmania for £122.50

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Brand: Blaupunkt
Product Key Features:
Built-in Digital Tuner: Freeview, Freeview HD, Saorview
Display Technology: LED
Screen Size: 32 Inch
Max. Resolution: 720p
Colour: Black
Model: BLA-32/133O
Energy Efficiency Rating: A+
VESA wall mount dimensions: 200 x 100
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Willy_Wonka29/03/2020 05:18

Do you need a TV? Are you going to endanger a dozen people just to get …Do you need a TV? Are you going to endanger a dozen people just to get your cheap TV?HOT for the price. COLD if you buy it


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Do you need a TV? Are you going to endanger a dozen people just to get your cheap TV?

HOT for the price. COLD if you buy it
Edited by: "Willy_Wonka" 29th Mar
Willy_Wonka29/03/2020 05:18

Do you need a TV? Are you going to endanger a dozen people just to get …Do you need a TV? Are you going to endanger a dozen people just to get your cheap TV?HOT for the price. COLD if you buy it


powerbrick29/03/2020 06:01



He's referring to the people whose employers are still expecting them to come in to work in warehouses picking and dispatching non-essential goods, often in close and unsanitary conditions that in the current circumstances put them and their families at risk. See recent news reports about Next and others. I agree really, but exploitative business are gonna exploit - what's needed is for the government to step in and make them close, as they will have to sooner or later when it becomes clear the current measures aren't having enough of an effect. They're just prevaricating now, and it will, sadly, cost lives.
Edited by: "finknottle" 29th Mar
Year 2020........720p resolution.....LOL.
trannyboy29/03/2020 14:14

Year 2020........720p resolution.....LOL.


Watching something in 720p on a 32 inch TV is roughly equivalent to watching something in 1080p on a 50 inch TV in terms of PPI. I've watched many things in 1080p on my 50 inch TV and never once found it bothersome.
Edited by: "Aristotle" 29th Mar
I bought a TCL 55inch UHD HDR+ TV for £269 last week from Costco. I think this is expensive for a cheap 720p 32" TV.
Dekard9729/03/2020 17:21

I bought a TCL 55inch UHD HDR+ TV for £269 last week from Costco. I think …I bought a TCL 55inch UHD HDR+ TV for £269 last week from Costco. I think this is expensive for a cheap 720p 32" TV.


Care to link to a cheaper 720p 32" TV?
Aristotle29/03/2020 19:36

Care to link to a cheaper 720p 32" TV?


I couldn't find you a better priced black and white TV, but that doesn't make it a good deal.
Dekard9729/03/2020 20:04

I couldn't find you a better priced black and white TV, but that doesn't …I couldn't find you a better priced black and white TV, but that doesn't make it a good deal.


You are comparing a product that is readily available to a product that no longer exists? Is that really the best comeback you could come up with?
Aristotle:

You are comparing a product that is readily available to a product that no longer exists? Is that really the best comeback you could come up with?

It was many years ago that I got rid of my 720p TV when 1080p offered a significant jump in viewing pleasure. Obviously 4K and HDR is the thing today, but it is widely held in the AV community that 1080p was a bigger step up from 720p than 4K is to 1080p. Regardless, If you think it's a good deal then that's fine, I've no problem with that.
Dekard9729/03/2020 20:56

Aristotle:You are comparing a product that is readily available to a …Aristotle:You are comparing a product that is readily available to a product that no longer exists? Is that really the best comeback you could come up with?It was many years ago that I got rid of my 720p TV when 1080p offered a significant jump in viewing pleasure. Obviously 4K and HDR is the thing today, but it is widely held in the AV community that 1080p was a bigger step up from 720p than 4K is to 1080p. Regardless, If you think it's a good deal then that's fine, I've no problem with that.


And when you made that jump did you also increase the size of the TV? Or are you still using a 32 inch TV like back in the day? Because if you have a bigger TV now then you've made no point, the thing that really matters in a TV is PPI and not resolution.

If you want a cheap TV for your kitchen, guest room etc. (or if you have a particular sized cupboard etc. than can only accommodate a 32 inch TV), then this is a good deal. If you don't think this TV offers good "viewing pleasure" for "the AV community" then post a similar TV for a better price. And if you can't find one, then there's no need to comment.
Dekard9729/03/2020 20:04

I couldn't find you a better priced black and white TV, but that doesn't …I couldn't find you a better priced black and white TV, but that doesn't make it a good deal.


Got these last month

ebay.co.uk/itm…966

Quite good for the price I have found
chapsuk29/03/2020 21:46

Got these last …Got these last monthhttps://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/JVC-LT-32C790-32-1080p-HD-LED-Smart-TV-NEW-APPs-FULL-HD/303127992966Quite good for the price I have found


Great deal
Aristotle29/03/2020 21:07

And when you made that jump did you also increase the size of the TV? Or …And when you made that jump did you also increase the size of the TV? Or are you still using a 32 inch TV like back in the day? Because if you have a bigger TV now then you've made no point, the thing that really matters in a TV is PPI and not resolution.If you want a cheap TV for your kitchen, guest room etc. (or if you have a particular sized cupboard etc. than can only accommodate a 32 inch TV), then this is a good deal. If you don't think this TV offers good "viewing pleasure" for "the AV community" then post a similar TV for a better price. And if you can't find one, then there's no need to comment.


That's very true about the size, 720p is much less noticeable unless you are close to the TV, but I'd assume someone who buys a TV this small sits very close to it. I'd personally wait for a 1080p deal but that's me. Like I said though, it's just my opinion
Aristotle29/03/2020 21:07

And when you made that jump did you also increase the size of the TV? Or …And when you made that jump did you also increase the size of the TV? Or are you still using a 32 inch TV like back in the day? Because if you have a bigger TV now then you've made no point, the thing that really matters in a TV is PPI and not resolution.If you want a cheap TV for your kitchen, guest room etc. (or if you have a particular sized cupboard etc. than can only accommodate a 32 inch TV), then this is a good deal. If you don't think this TV offers good "viewing pleasure" for "the AV community" then post a similar TV for a better price. And if you can't find one, then there's no need to comment.


There's a JVC one on HDUK at the moment for around £150. Almost certainly a better quality TV and also 1080p.
Dekard9730/03/2020 02:17

That's very true about the size, 720p is much less noticeable unless you … That's very true about the size, 720p is much less noticeable unless you are close to the TV, but I'd assume someone who buys a TV this small sits very close to it. I'd personally wait for a 1080p deal but that's me. Like I said though, it's just my opinion


Why would you assume that? I actually have my smaller TV in the kitchen further away from me than than my larger TV in the living room. Most TVs are put in the corner of a room regardless of their size.
Edited by: "Aristotle" 30th Mar
Dekard9730/03/2020 02:19

There's a JVC one on HDUK at the moment for around £150. Almost certainly … There's a JVC one on HDUK at the moment for around £150. Almost certainly a better quality TV and also 1080p.


And if you're in need of a 1080p TV, it is a great deal. And if you're not, this is a great deal. Apples and oranges.
Aristotle30/03/2020 09:06

And if you're in need of a 1080p TV, it is a great deal. And if you're …And if you're in need of a 1080p TV, it is a great deal. And if you're not, this is a great deal. Apples and oranges.


I've always bought TVs with viewing distance in mind, but I'm probably the exception. As you said, it's probably wrong to assume others do also. In fairness many people likely buy small 4K TVs that you don't get the full benefits of unless you're close enough.
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