Celcus LCD329032 32" Full HD 1080p LCD 3D TV with 4 Pairs of 3D Glasses 169.99 SAINSBURYS
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Celcus LCD329032 32" Full HD 1080p LCD 3D TV with 4 Pairs of 3D Glasses 169.99 SAINSBURYS

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Found 5th Jan 2013
Celcus LCD329032 32" Full HD 1080p LCD 3D TV with 4 Pairs of 3D Glasses 169.99 INSTORE
was in my local store and this was 169.99 i asked the manager and he said it was national instore price its still 199.99 online bargain
Here is the link online
sainsburys.co.uk/sol…294
Product overview
Sleek, slim and packed with great features, the Celcus 32" Full HD 1080p LCD 3D TV offers amazing picture clarity with full HD 1080p detail, and the chance to enjoy 3D movie magic too!
Its screen size is 32", making it excellent for viewing films and important sporting events, yet it's small enough to go in bedrooms - at a pinch! Built-in Freeview gives you access to free-to-air digital programmes, but you might need to upgrade your cable or satellite service to receive HD programmes. Two HDMI ports make this screen the ideal centre-piece of a multi-media set up - connect it to a Blu-ray player, games console or satellite/cable feed and enjoy all that HD TV can give!
The USB port enables playback of stored media, while a headphone socket means others are not disturbed when they're in the same room!
Comes with four pairs of 3D glasses.
Don't forget you'll need an HDMI cable to connect this TV to other HD devices such as a Blu-ray player, home cinema system or games console. Make sure you add as many as you need to your basket.
Product features

Screen resolution 1920 x 1080
Screen size range 26 - 32"
1080p
Yes
Viewing angle 178°/178
Picture frequency 50Hz
Aspect ratio 16:9
Brightness 350cdm
Contrast ratio 1200:1
Audio quality Nicam Stereo
Number of speakers 2
Number of HDMI inputs 2
SCART sockets 1
Link to PC
Yes
Optical output
Yes
SD card slot Front
DVI socket
Yes
Headphone socket
Yes
Built in Freeview
Yes
Electronic programme guide
Yes
Parental lock
Yes
On screen menus
Yes
Digital noise reduction
Yes
Sleep timer
Yes
Auto set up
Yes
Fast text
Yes
Brand Celcus
Weight 10.6kg
Accessories included Scart lead
Remote control
Yes
Stand included
Yes
Manufacturer's guarantee 1 year
Country of origin Turkey
Annual power consumption 120kWh per annum
Colour Black
Energy class C
Height, width, depth 56.7 x 21.2 x 78.8cm
LED backlighting
Yes
On' mode power consumption 82 Watts
Product number 10082269
USB port
Yes
WiFi
No


Just saw stacks of these in my local, same stack had one side with the 199.99 1080p 3D model, the other side of the stack were the 720p NON 3D model for 169.99
- DudeyGeeza
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what store was this. we bought this TV in store in Leeds today at 199.99, may want to argue for a refund of the difference
I spotted some cheap 32" Celcus TVs today at that price but didn't realise it was the 3d model - would have bought it if I'd known.
Got one of these at £200, was a good buy at that price. For £170, even better. (Tho the sound really is bad on them, nothing a set of £30 speakers can't solve).
the 1080p 3D model is 199.99, the HD ready (720p) non 3D model is the 169.99
Edited by: "DudeyGeeza" 5th Jan 2013
looks like its £199 on the website, whats the 3d like on these ?
Not bad as a spare TV for a bedroom etc. but I'd never have a Murphy/Bush/Celcus TV as my main one. Some people will claim they're as good as Sony, Samsung, Panasonic etc, but that's BS. You get what you pay for, no doubt this is a decent TV but don't expect amazing HD. Still, this is a very good price for any 32" 3D TV, so have some heat from ,e.
is this the 3d version of non 3d one at 169 and if it is i may hold off on the bush argos deal i have reserved and get this if 169,is this tv any better than the bush one or same,the bush one at argos does have 4 more pair of glasses and a blu ray player but is 229
Any good as a monitor?
DudeyGeeza

the 1080p 3D model is 199.99, the HD ready (720p) non 3D model is the … the 1080p 3D model is 199.99, the HD ready (720p) non 3D model is the 169.99



If so this is the pre Christmas price isn't it? Repost/Not a deal?
bwatt00

is this the 3d version of non 3d one at 169 and if it is i may hold off … is this the 3d version of non 3d one at 169 and if it is i may hold off on the bush argos deal i have reserved and get this if 169,is this tv any better than the bush one or same,the bush one at argos does have 4 more pair of glasses and a blu ray player but is 229



As far as I am aware, Bush/Celcus and Murphy use the same panels etc, so essentially this is the same TV. I could be wrong though.
oliverreed

If so this is the pre Christmas price isn't it? Repost/Not a deal?



the 1080p 3D models on one side of the big stack were definitely priced up @ £199.99
The 720p non 3d models are this price, unfortunately I work there and it wasn't in mine, still £199.99.
Saw the same offer today in Bishop Auckland, Durham
Looks like we just need to find out which store local to natty has them priced up wrong then.
OP - did you buy one?
roverite

Not bad as a spare TV for a bedroom etc. but I'd never have a … Not bad as a spare TV for a bedroom etc. but I'd never have a Murphy/Bush/Celcus TV as my main one. Some people will claim they're as good as Sony, Samsung, Panasonic etc, but that's BS. You get what you pay for, no doubt this is a decent TV but don't expect amazing HD. Still, this is a very good price for any 32" 3D TV, so have some heat from ,e.



My parents bought a Celcus TV recently. It was exactly the same as a Toshiba one that I had bought other than the badge.
curtis_daniel

My parents bought a Celcus TV recently. It was exactly the same as a … My parents bought a Celcus TV recently. It was exactly the same as a Toshiba one that I had bought other than the badge.



I didn't mention Toshiba, I don't count them in the same league as the 3 I mentioned really. Say all you want, but a cheap TV like this will never measure up to a top Sony/Samsuns/Panny/LG TV, and if sites like HDTVtest even bothered to test such cheap TV's you would see this.
Seems canny for the price.
Horrible buzz / hum on my set I bought yesterday, seems to be a common Celcus problem (just Google search), unusable at low volume like in a bedroom. Worth a go at the price, but thought I should mention it. Mines going back on Monday!
I've heard bad things about Panasonic lately, I believe they are in financial trouble and seem to be using cheap components.
Correct me if I'm mistaken.
Crap tv. Took mine back for refund. Sound is pathetic and 3d has a shadow from nearly all angles.
These run at 100Hz, so 3D is 50hz for each eye. Its a Turkish rebadged budget set might be fine if you want a basic set, though better for 169.
Thanks for this! deal great price! for inch!
Checked with my local store in Reading as had ordered on internet for collection from store only yesterday (yet to collect) and they confirmed the instore price for 3d tv was still 199.99, same as internet so NATTY11 grab yourself a bargain.
haven't watched in 3d yet but its a pretty awesome tv!
jams55

Checked with my local store in Reading as had ordered on internet for … Checked with my local store in Reading as had ordered on internet for collection from store only yesterday (yet to collect) and they confirmed the instore price for 3d tv was still 199.99, same as internet so NATTY11 grab yourself a bargain.



Also check local stores its £199.99 and the non-3d was £159.99
NEED TO EDIT THE TITLE VERY MISLEADING TO PEOPLE
So, is it worth using as a monitor?
curtis_daniel

My parents bought a Celcus TV recently. It was exactly the same as a … My parents bought a Celcus TV recently. It was exactly the same as a Toshiba one that I had bought other than the badge.



Yep, and the same as many Bush/Hitachi/Finlux because they're all made by a company called Vestel in Turkey.
Had the 42" version.

Really liked the tv but unfortunately mine broke within 6 months. Apparently quite common with this particular tv. so I'm guna go for the LG 3D instead and so spend a bit more.
Picked this up in store yesterday one left, when I left. Very Impressed so far.
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