Digihome 40272SMFHDLED 40" Smart Full HD LED TV with Freeview and Built-in Wi-Fi £189.99 @ Co-Op Electrical eBay
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Digihome 40272SMFHDLED 40" Smart Full HD LED TV with Freeview and Built-in Wi-Fi £189.99 @ Co-Op Electrical eBay

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Found 13th Nov 2014
Seems like a good price for a full HD LED 40" smart TV with built in Wi-Fi and Freeview from a reputable retailer. Would make a ideal second TV for the bedroom or even a main TV for those on a budget.

Back in stock again
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ebay.co.uk/itm…038

The Digihome 40272SMFHDLED Smart Full HD LED TV comes with integrated WiFi and includes new smart features, including BBC iPlayer, Netflix, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, so you can catch up on anything you may have missed. There is also a browser included so you can surf the internet on your TV.

Supporting all of this are 2 HDMI port, 1 SCART socket and 1 USB port so you can also connect a number of other devices to the TV. To make the most of these great features the Dighome 40272SMFHDLED features Full HD screen resolution so you could enjoy high quality images with vivid colours and sharp details. Additionally the powered by 2 x 6W (RMS) speakers will provide you with rich sound that matches the fantastic images you will see on screen

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good price thanks

Cracking deal

Incredible price for a 40 inch full HD smart tv, under £200. I remember paying £600 for a big black square box of a tv around 1990, how times change. Having said that, it lasted 18 years....

(note to any tv snobs about to post - pls dont even bother).

fab deal Full HD, Smart & built in wifi-Amazeballs = HOT

Does this have a Freeview HD tuner?

Incredibly tempting. Just wondering how it scales for PC use though.

stelthegooner

Does this have a Freeview HD tuner?


I don't think so. If you look at the specifications it states Integrated Freeview. If you look at more expensive sets from the same retailer it specifies Integrated Freeview HD.

Perfect Christmas present for my teens bedroom

Thanks op

OMG I puchased this earlier in the week at the higher price of £229.99 from the same seller!!

I have not had it delivered yet so do you think they will give me a refund on the price differnce?? Or should I cancel and re-order??

Absolute bargain, not branded but for full 1080p it's got to be a bargain even if it's a bit naff.

Thanks OP, looking for a cheap TV to mount on a wall. Does anyone know if this has HDMI input from the back or the side? I can't seem to find a decent picture of the back of the TV.

MisterMadHatter

I don't think so. If you look at the specifications it states Integrated … I don't think so. If you look at the specifications it states Integrated Freeview. If you look at more expensive sets from the same retailer it specifies Integrated Freeview HD.

Will this fix the lack of HD tuner?
amazon.co.uk/Aug…CG/

TooChey

OMG I puchased this earlier in the week at the higher price of £229.99 … OMG I puchased this earlier in the week at the higher price of £229.99 from the same seller!!I have not had it delivered yet so do you think they will give me a refund on the price differnce?? Or should I cancel and re-order??



If you have a phone number for the seller then why not phone them and tell them. Ask if you can be issued a partial refund. If they say no, refuse delivery and ask for a full refund.

is this any good for an x box one?

is this any good to use with an x box one?

cracking price, anyone know if it has a headphone jack as i'm hard of hearing?

Shame it's not DLNA comaptible which is odd being wifi enable, no streaming from my NAS, boo hoo, still a hot deal though.

So can someone en light me plz,,,it says full hd,,but when you look specifications it says hd ready ???
so to watch free-view hd channels do i need hd free view box too????
regards

^ res is 1080p (HD) but it doesn't have an HD tuner; you provide the HD source, e.g. Blu-ray or Freeview HD box.

Musicrab

Will this fix the lack of HD … Will this fix the lack of HD tuner?http://www.amazon.co.uk/August-DVB400-Freeview-Receiver-Recorder/dp/B00BPAZGCG/


It most certainly would. That's not a bad little device for the price. My TV isn't Freeview HD so I bought something like this, except without the PVR functionality. So for £218 you'll have a 40" LED TV with Freeview HD. Not bad. Not bad at all

T2000Bill

Shame it's not DLNA comaptible which is odd being wifi enable, no … Shame it's not DLNA comaptible which is odd being wifi enable, no streaming from my NAS, boo hoo, still a hot deal though.


You could just add a cheap device to the mix that adds DLNA functionality, like a Raspberry Pi with XBMC installed perhaps. That's what I've done with my TV in my bedroom.

zdrastipasti

cracking price, anyone know if it has a headphone jack as i'm hard of … cracking price, anyone know if it has a headphone jack as i'm hard of hearing?


I've trawled the net looking for the answer to this but alas, no further details. Unless somebody who has bought one can answer this, perhaps drop them an email - ebaycoopelectrical@coop.co.uk

Another deal not available in N Ireland

Can't see when this offer expires?? - phone line= no answer.

Tempted by the 48 inch version, which my dad can get me for £50 more, but only 2x HDMI is not great.

Taksim_Red

Tempted by the 48 inch version, which my dad can get me for £50 more, but … Tempted by the 48 inch version, which my dad can get me for £50 more, but only 2x HDMI is not great.


Congratulations if you can get the 48inch version for £240.
£300 for the rest of us ebay.co.uk/itm…9aa

Musicrab

Congratulations if you can get the 48inch version for £240.£300 for the r … Congratulations if you can get the 48inch version for £240.£300 for the rest of us http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Digihome-48272SMFHDLED-48-Smart-Full-HD-LED-TV-Freeview-Built-in-WiFi-Black-New-/141445974442?pt=UK_AudioTVElectronics_Video_Televisions&hash=item20eed649aa



Yeah I'm very tempted at that price, he's lucky enough to get staff discount. Currently got a 37" Samsung in the living room which will be cascaded into the bedroom to make way for a larger set like this, but how would I manage plugging three HDMI devices into only two ports?

Anyone recommend a wall bracket for this?

Taksim_Red

...but how would I manage plugging three HDMI devices into only two ports?


Lots of HDMI switchers. Duronic is recommended. e.g.
amazon.co.uk/Dur…E20

Musicrab

Lots of HDMI switchers. Duronic is recommended. … Lots of HDMI switchers. Duronic is recommended. e.g.http://www.amazon.co.uk/Duronic-HRS1031-Port-Switch-Remote/dp/B00204IE20



How do these work? Can I turn one device off and switch to another by powering it on (without having to use the remote)? And how would I switch from one to another whilst keeping both on, would that be with the remote?
Edited by: "Taksim_Red" 14th Nov 2014

therealslimkaty

If you have a phone number for the seller then why not phone them and … If you have a phone number for the seller then why not phone them and tell them. Ask if you can be issued a partial refund. If they say no, refuse delivery and ask for a full refund.



RESULT!!!! I have had a refund of £40!!!

TooChey

RESULT!!!! I have had a refund of £40!!!



Brilliant, so glad for you! Thanks for letting us know too!

Edited by: "therealslimkaty" 14th Nov 2014

Ok, stupid question alert, what can I actually do with the Wifi on this TV? Would I be able to watch iPlayer etc? Or it not a 'smart' tv?

Amazing deal :-) heat added !!

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misteraadam

Ok, stupid question alert, what can I actually do with the Wifi on this … Ok, stupid question alert, what can I actually do with the Wifi on this TV? Would I be able to watch iPlayer etc? Or it not a 'smart' tv?

Yeah, it means you should be able watch iPlayer and browse the Internet etc.,

Anyone know what the sound quality is like?

ordered thanks

MisterMadHatter

You could just add a cheap device to the mix that adds DLNA … You could just add a cheap device to the mix that adds DLNA functionality, like a Raspberry Pi with XBMC installed perhaps. That's what I've done with my TV in my bedroom.



Yeah , I have an Android USB one which I installed XBMC on but it was painfully slow, it was OK for DLNA functionality though, the DLNA side wouldn't bother me as my PC is dual screened to the TV anyway but it may be an issue for people who think it supports it.

Searching for a nice TV to play games on my XBOX360 and stream movies from my PC. Is that a good match? I don't plan on using it for watching TV at all.
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