Celcus LCD32S913HD 32" HD Ready LCD TV £149.99 Free Delivery @ Sainsburys
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Celcus LCD32S913HD 32" HD Ready LCD TV £149.99 Free Delivery @ Sainsburys

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Found 19th Nov 2012
Celcus LCD32S913HD 32" HD Ready LCD TV
I know this was posted some time back on Hot Deals but at £159.99, use the voucher code KPD7-L437-V3CR and get this for £149.99 delivered to your door.
The cheapest 32" HD Ready LCD TV I have seen, it has 5 star reviews on Sainsburys site and has 4 HDMI Ports as well as a PC input. Built in Freeview and a USB port to play photo's MP3's & Movies from.

Bargain in my opinion.
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Did you just read my post in the comments section of the last deal and decide to use it for your own deal lol
yvonnemaddie

Did you just read my post in the comments section of the last deal and … Did you just read my post in the comments section of the last deal and decide to use it for your own deal lol

miew !!!!lol
No to be honest I didn't, I saw this deal on here and found the code in the voucher section last night.
Super cheap!

Awesome
Dayum that's cheap!
Any ideas if there is a full HD version of this available? Thanks
Wont let me add to basket even though its in stock!
Title says HD ready therefore it is not full HD.....I suggest if you are not aware of this fact you research further before making purchase
hot
Hot
I just got this delivered yesterday, i paid £159 for my daughters and the picture is amazing. The aspect ratio is good too and you can watch the tv from lots of angles. The remote is also very responsive. Hot.
The price is good, and for a child's TV I'd say go for it, but these 'own brand' supermarket TV's are rarely high quality units, with poor energy ratings, and even worse sound and picture quality - Which magazine tests put own brands in their 'don't buy' category, every time they test them. (EG Technika 32-56 model from Tesco gets a paltry 36% score = Terrible, and a Bush 32" also gets 35%, although it is a shame that Which haven't tested any Celcus models)

Often these area false economy as over a period of say 5 years (lets say thats the life if you are lucky), the electricity used in a cheap TV is more than would have been for say a Sony or Panny with A rating, plus you'd have had a better picture and sound too.

I'm not saying its a cold deal as purely on money now terms its very good (and £70 off might offset the C rating for energy), but if you think you are getting a top quality TV, think again.

Edited by: "thelatics" 20th Nov 2012
A plasma tv uses loads of power compared to this. The picture is good enough as a main tv and it had 4 hdmi slots too, very functional.
Just incase the tv was still an option!

Laura
Just ordered. Bargain. Heat added
Gollywood

Wont let me add to basket even though its in stock!



It did the same on me on the PC so did it on my phone with no problems, hope this helps.
Ordered for the Bedroom. Thanks
Not sure about the energy rating. The coloured ticket that came with mine claims this set (a LCD32S1913HD) is A-Rated, running at 41W. This contradicts the Sainsbury's website which states 73.1W.

Might be these energy ratings are just made up nonsense and not checked by anyone; here's the ticket that came with my set:

http://i49.tinypic.com/4tpym0.jpg
Edited by: "savasaint" 20th Nov 2012
orderd for my daughter from santy
Bought one in store and it has energy rating C on the box and in the box.
There does seem to be some showing as energy rating A although they are identical model numbers. Either someone has made a mistake on the box or some of them are rated A.

Given it is an LCD I'd be surprised if any are energy rating A.
Got me wondering so I dug the energy monitor that the (thieving) electricity companies gave away a while ago, the one that measures the whole house consumption. Not the most precise instrument but amazingly it sort of backs up the 41W claim, house consumption increases by 0.04kW (40W) when the TV is turned on.

So, if you buy of of these TV's in the shop look out for the energy A rating one, it might be true.

One more thing. If the difference between A and C ratings is 30W and you use the TV 5 hours every day, you'll save £7.11 a year if you buy an A rated TV instead of a C rated one (based on electricity at 13p per kWH).
Edited by: "savasaint" 20th Nov 2012
savasaint

Got me wondering so I dug the energy monitor that the (thieving) … Got me wondering so I dug the energy monitor that the (thieving) electricity companies gave away a while ago, the one that measures the whole house consumption. Not the most precise instrument but amazingly it sort of backs up the 41W claim, house consumption increases by 0.04kW (40W) when the TV is turned on.So, if you buy of of these TV's in the shop look out for the energy A rating one, it might be true.One more thing. If the difference between A and C ratings is 30W and you use the TV 5 hours every day, you'll save £7.11 a year if you buy an A rated TV instead of a C rated one (based on electricity at 13p per kWH).


Just ordered one , if it comes and its a c-rated one I am going to hang myself , couldn't live with myself knowing its costing £7.11 a year more http://mail.yimg.com/ok/u/assets/img/emoticons/emo16.gif
I think £7.11 is a bit hopefull, as often the A rated use virtually nothing on standby, whereas lower rated still use more than you think, so whilst its not a fortune, it'll be more than the maths quoted.

I did see one TV on Which that used a whopping 91w whilst on. Also Which have a tool you can put in the rating and the price and it'll work out the total cost over 5 years, but my rubbish web browser at work won't display it (IE6!!).

A rating with loads of HDMI's and under £150, makes it a proper bargain (I stand by my comment that a better brand will give you a MUCH better picture), but certainly not at this price point (try double).
Edited by: "thelatics" 21st Nov 2012
Where is the sticker?
Found it, A rated, whoo hoo
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v47/sarasquares/20121121_080239.jpg
OOS
:pHot.... I work for sainsburys and its a great tv which I bought for my bedroom :-)

Edited by: "julieamurphy16" 21st Nov 2012
I have just received it. It looks OK, supereasy to set up and the image is fine for the price paid, but I'm going to return it tomorrow. I wanted it mainly to watch movies and series from my external hardrive and many movies are not recognised and another ones are played without any sound. These movies don't have extrange video extensions or audio filters (AVI, mp3 most of them) so I don't understand what's the problem, as in the specs it says that those are supported formats...
Edited by: "dvd217" 21st Nov 2012
dvd217

I have just received it. It looks OK, supereasy to set up and the image … I have just received it. It looks OK, supereasy to set up and the image is fine for the price paid, but I'm going to return it tomorrow. I wanted it mainly to watch movies and series from my external hardrive and many movies are not recognised and another ones are played without any sound. These movies don't have extrange video or audio filters (AVI, mp3 most of them) so I don't understand what's the problem, as in the specs it says that those are supported formats...


Could possibly be that your external drive uses an NTSC file system and this TV may require FAT32, I know the PS3 works in that way. Try playing one off a USB pen drive first as they are FAT32 see if that works? Just an idea.............
deano25

Could possibly be that your external drive uses an NTSC file system and … Could possibly be that your external drive uses an NTSC file system and this TV may require FAT32, I know the PS3 works in that way. Try playing one off a USB pen drive first as they are FAT32 see if that works? Just an idea.............



Thanks deano 25 for your reply, but I've tried with two external hardrives and a pendrive and it's OK for some of the files but it doesn't play with sound videos with AC3 filter audio for example (which is the filter used in most of the videos you get from internet). Does it happen also to anyone with this TV? Is there any solution? I wish I could keep it because apart of that the TV is great for the price...
Just got mine set up , nice picture ,A rated, looks good on the whole , sound is a bit tinny , any cheap deals on a basic soundbar ?:p
It's out of stock! Really after this deal. Anyone know if it will be back in stock or is in store?
DogmaticEngineer

It's out of stock! Really after this deal. Anyone know if it will be back … It's out of stock! Really after this deal. Anyone know if it will be back in stock or is in store?



Try IN store , they still have stock in Lincoln
Back in stock now.
Gone up to £159.99 ???

Anyone have a code?
Out of stock :-(
anybody tried as a pc monitor yet?
I've seen thinner CRT's, unless I'm reading this wrong?


Height, width, depth 78.8x21.2x56.7cm

So that's:
Height 78.8cm
Width 21.2cm
Depth 56.7cm

First off wouldn't you normally relate to depth as from the back to front (thickness)? And yet if the mean 21.2 as thickness, isn't that 8" ? WOW that's going to be unsightly on a wall.

I was and sill is looking for a tv for my daughter, think ill pass on this as it needs to be wall mounted.

Rob
RobDay

I've seen thinner CRT's, unless I'm reading this wrong?Height, width, … I've seen thinner CRT's, unless I'm reading this wrong?Height, width, depth 78.8x21.2x56.7cmSo that's:Height 78.8cmWidth 21.2cmDepth 56.7cmFirst off wouldn't you normally relate to depth as from the back to front (thickness)? And yet if the mean 21.2 as thickness, isn't that 8" ? WOW that's going to be unsightly on a wall.I was and sill is looking for a tv for my daughter, think ill pass on this as it needs to be wall mounted.Rob



I'm guessing the dimensions include the stand?
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