Blaupunkt 39 Inch Full HD 1080P LED TV With Freeview +5 Year Guarantee £179 wth code @ Tesco Direct
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Blaupunkt 39 Inch Full HD 1080P LED TV With Freeview +5 Year Guarantee £179 wth code @ Tesco Direct

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Found 22nd May 2014
Blaupunkt 39" Full HD TV for £179 using code TDX-LVY3

1920x1080 resolution, 16.9 aspect ratio, Full HD
Built-in Freeview
Connect to other devices via 3 HDMI sockets

5 Year Guarantee included

60 Comments

Original Poster

For further info how the 5 year guarantee works tesco.com/dir…14/
Edited by: "Chanchi32" 22nd May 2014

i had one briefly, sound was terrible , vibrated like mad, maybe i had a Friday afternoon one

Sound is alway poor on led TV's that's why people buy av amps and sound bars...

Sound is alway poor on led TV's that's why people buy av amps and sound bars...

Hot. Was posted a few days ago for a 32 inch also. The 32 inch being cheaper. With the 5 year warranty you can't go wrong. I intend to use my 32 inch for a computer monitor.
The 5 year warranty is emailed to you after purchase.

Are these any good for gaming? I can't find the refresh rate

Thanks chichi good with the 5 yr guarantee as well

cigbunt

Sound is alway poor on led TV's that's why people buy av amps and sound … Sound is alway poor on led TV's that's why people buy av amps and sound bars...



No its not, never had a problem before with sound on led tv's , this one was terrible and vibrating like mad

The voucher code doesn't work?

I bought one of these TV's the other week for the conservatory - very nice indeed - going to hook up my PS3 this weekend (and in the future my PS4) and seen how it looks - I may buy a soundbar as some people suggested but you cannot grumble at this price with a 5 year guarantee.

Is freeview really a selling point anymore as you wouldn't get a tv without it

My Mum & Dad got one when it was on here the last time. They are more than pleased with it, picture is fine but the sound is quite tinny (not that they've noticed) No vibrations to report at all. It wouldn't please someone like my oh who is obsessive about things like TVs but the money it's a bargain x

Sound quality is ****

Hot from me, I have 3 x 1080p TV,s Panasonic vierra, blaupunkt and toshiba, although the Panasonic has the best TV images the blaupunkt is better for gaming as there is no lag, I suffer with motion sickness on tv's that have lag and so far the blaupunkt us the only TV I have that I can use my ps4 on.

deanos

No its not, never had a problem before with sound on led tv's , this one … No its not, never had a problem before with sound on led tv's , this one was terrible and vibrating like mad



just dont expect much in regards from soudn from LED tv..

plan to add speakers

Good price but I wouldn't buy anything German.

kzlbfx

Hot. Was posted a few days ago for a 32 inch also. The 32 inch being … Hot. Was posted a few days ago for a 32 inch also. The 32 inch being cheaper. With the 5 year warranty you can't go wrong. I intend to use my 32 inch for a computer monitor.The 5 year warranty is emailed to you after purchase.


If your using a 32" TV as a monitor you'll need to be careful about placement. If its as close as a normal monitor then you'll notice the pixel density being poor (compared to a standard monitor) which is more noticeable the closer you are.

Can't believe the price on this. I was looking for a nice TV to replace out HD ready 32' which took a knock and has purple on the screen.
This ticks all the boxes (price, HDMI inputs, 1080 and size).

'Good price but I wouldn't buy anything German.'

Err Chinese you will find..........................

Sound is terrible need external speakers or soundbar

qwerta369

Good price but I wouldn't buy anything German.



I doubt these are made in Germany.

blaupunkt.com/en/…ng/

got one of these last time on offer picture quality very poor in normal sd chanells not tried hd yet

cigbunt

Sound is alway poor on led TV's that's why people buy av amps and sound … Sound is alway poor on led TV's that's why people buy av amps and sound bars...



I bought one of those 40" Polaroid that Asda sold off a while back. Had horrible tinny sound, even by built in speaker standards. Picked up a £30 Goodmans sound bar they were selling off in Tescos, made a massive difference.

Be sure to price in speakers with these TVs, especially if they'll be a living room TV.

I got one of these the other week, it's going back. Sound very tinny, had to keep turning the bass up to give it any substance. Picture quality pretty bad running virgin box through it (in sd and hd), watching one programme would have to adjust brightness, contrast etc. to get it fine(shadows were just all black, no definition), then watching something else it was like getting a suntan from it ! bought on impulse, lesson learned !
also pretty bad motion blur when things get fast (360 through it wasn't too bad apart from the blue), i read somewhere it runs at 50 mhz.
to be fair though, i bought this as my main tv, if it was a second tv or for kids etc. then it would probably be fine.
my advice would be to avoid buying this as a main tv unless you're well skint !

cigbunt

Sound is alway poor on led TV's that's why people c buy av amps and sound … Sound is alway poor on led TV's that's why people c buy av amps and sound bars...



Not always, generally only on the cheaper LEDs. I have a 42inch LG LN543 model and find the sound much better than an old sony CRT I used to have. Plenty of bass, no vibrations, clear voice options etc.

Went to buy lcd/led tv recently,could not stand the picture quality,went backwards and bought one of the last panasonic 42" plasma's.picture is more natural,good deal though for general use and gaming.

After holding out for so long for a decent new TV, this is awfully tempting...

messiahcomplex8

After holding out for so long for a decent new TV, this is awfully … After holding out for so long for a decent new TV, this is awfully tempting...



it's not decent, i can assure you. i would pay the extra for something decent, richer sounds have quite a few in the 250-350 range

Anyone know if the 39" is 100hrtz?

it's the 39" i've got (pending being collected for return on sat) and i'm fairly certain it's 50 hz, from when i googled it initially

Banned

my xbox 360 goes 1080p @ 60hz

sound is bad, but it's a 1080p tv, it's thin and it has 3 HMDI ports, and USB, I am still happy with my purchase


though.. I'm hoping new firmware comes out soon because it seems to have issues with films on my USB stick if they are over 2hours

Where does it mention 5 year guarantee? Sorry but I'm thick!

Ordered will report my findings... Does any one knoe if you can return in store if it is really that bad??

deanos

No its not, never had a problem before with sound on led tv's , this one … No its not, never had a problem before with sound on led tv's , this one was terrible and vibrating like mad



Give it to your wife. She might benefit from it.

kzlbfx

Hot. Was posted a few days ago for a 32 inch also. The 32 inch being … Hot. Was posted a few days ago for a 32 inch also. The 32 inch being cheaper. With the 5 year warranty you can't go wrong. I intend to use my 32 inch for a computer monitor.The 5 year warranty is emailed to you after purchase.



1:1 pixel mapping? or another victim for the dreaded HDMI scan bug on cheaper tellies.

Bought this last week when the same deal was on, It came and the remote didn't work, Spoke to the company and got another remote, still didn't work... They wanted to repair the TV after it was DOA. Went to a tescos store and got my money back

cigbunt

Sound is alway poor on led TV's that's why people buy av amps and sound … Sound is alway poor on led TV's that's why people buy av amps and sound bars...


My Samsung 32 inch led tv ue32eh5000 disagrees with that statement.

vegalz0r

My Samsung 32 inch led tv ue32eh5000 disagrees with that statement.



ok well my Yamaha RX-V587 has always picked up the short fall..

Got one the last time it was on offer, great TV IMO. Suits me fine, I have PC, PS3, Wii, X360 all plugged into it and the digital audio out going to a 5.1 system. Sound is ok on the TV itself though if your not fussy, and it works great as a PC monitor, just be sure to use the "point to point" setting in the aspect ratio and set the scan to the right size using your video card software.

Cant fault it, though maybe more fussy people would say it had backlight bleed or something but if your a fussy AV enthusiast then obviously dont buy a cheap TV like this.

rgvkid

it's not decent, i can assure you. i would pay the extra for something … it's not decent, i can assure you. i would pay the extra for something decent, richer sounds have quite a few in the 250-350 range



thats the problem with HUKD... spend ages holding out for great deals, see a few amazing ones (usually misprices pass)... and then impulse buy one that is 'ok'

I think I'll take your advice and hold out this time though

I was in Tesco Harrow today.
There were 4-5 of the 32" version of these TVs piled up behind the Tesco Direct counter.
I think a lot of people are ordering these TVs.

Bought previously as a second tv. Think the picture and sound is great for the price.
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