E Motion 32 148i 32 Inch HD Ready 720p LED TV with Freeview was £149.00  now £99.99 @ Tesco Direct
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E Motion 32 148i 32 Inch HD Ready 720p LED TV with Freeview was £149.00 now £99.99 @ Tesco Direct

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Found 25th Dec 2015
HD Ready, 720p resolution
Built-in Freeview tuner
Connect to other devices via HDMI and USB connectivity
The E-Motion 32-inch HD Ready TV offers a viewing experience that's rich, vibrant and full of life.

Using the combination of LED technology and 2x 8W audio power provide you with an immersive experience that can be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home.

Enjoy a wide range of your favourite television programmes with the E-Motion TV's built-in Freeview tuner. Furthermore, the 7-day electronic programme guide offers the benefit from being able to plan a weeks viewing ahead of schedule to ensure you don't miss at thing. The 32" TV also includes 3x HDMI connections and a USB port for easy access to external data including movies, pictures and music.

For added convenience, the E-Motion 32" HD ready TV is wall-mountable.

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Would have thought you can now buy a 32inch tv for under £100, heat added!
OOS..... :-(
I just ordered one and they are still in stock
UMC made?
Don't skimp on a tv you'll have it for years and years. Spend a little more it's worth it in the long run.
Edited by: "LiGhTfasT" 25th Dec 2015
didn't realise they were still knocking out "hd ready" 720p sets, that said if you have standard freeview or sky you'll be fine
swooper7

didn't realise they were still knocking out "hd ready" 720p sets, that … didn't realise they were still knocking out "hd ready" 720p sets, that said if you have standard freeview or sky you'll be fine



Yet the majority of content, by far, is either 720 or upscaled anyway so theres little difference imo.

I can't remember the last time I played 1080 content, specially as I watch most of my stuff via a 5TB plex library I've built.
Get yourself a name brand 1080p set for £50 more. It's worth it. You're gonna be staring at the thing for at least the next 5 years, so that,s £10 a year. Don't tell me you can't afford £10 a year.
rvcshart

Yet the majority of content, by far, is either 720 or upscaled anyway so … Yet the majority of content, by far, is either 720 or upscaled anyway so theres little difference imo.I can't remember the last time I played 1080 content, specially as I watch most of my stuff via a 5TB plex library I've built.



Broadcast HD in the uk is 1080i.
shak

Get yourself a name brand 1080p set for £50 more. It's worth it. You're … Get yourself a name brand 1080p set for £50 more. It's worth it. You're gonna be staring at the thing for at least the next 5 years, so that,s £10 a year. Don't tell me you can't afford £10 a year.



​Been looking for a new tv for around £200 and anything from 32" up. not to bothered about smart features or freeview as it will only be used for SkyTV and NowTV box but my issue is deciding on which tv to go for
rvcshart

Yet the majority of content, by far, is either 720 or upscaled anyway so … Yet the majority of content, by far, is either 720 or upscaled anyway so theres little difference imo.I can't remember the last time I played 1080 content, specially as I watch most of my stuff via a 5TB plex library I've built.


Cool story bro
chrisb1357

​Been looking for a new tv for around £200 and anything from 32" up. not t … ​Been looking for a new tv for around £200 and anything from 32" up. not to bothered about smart features or freeview as it will only be used for SkyTV and NowTV box but my issue is deciding on which tv to go for



Just type "samsung 1080p 32" into google and buy whatever comes up. Can't really go wrong. Panasonic, philips, sony are also worth a shot. All established brands.

You want the longest warranty you can get too.
shak

Just type "samsung 1080p 32" into google and buy whatever comes up. … Just type "samsung 1080p 32" into google and buy whatever comes up. Can't really go wrong. Panasonic, philips, sony are also worth a shot. All established brands.You want the longest warranty you can get too.



​I was looking at this for £199 SAMSUNG T32E390SX Smart 32" LED TV or £189 for SAMSUNG UE32J5100 Black 32 inch. I can't find much info on the first one but it's for sale in curys
UMC make Polaroid
chrisb1357

​I was looking at this for £199 SAMSUNG T32E390SX Smart 32" LED TV or £1 … ​I was looking at this for £199 SAMSUNG T32E390SX Smart 32" LED TV or £189 for SAMSUNG UE32J5100 Black 32 inch. I can't find much info on the first one but it's for sale in curys



That first one doesn't use samsungs new model naming scheme so is ancient. The UE32J5100 for £189 is the clear winner out of the two.

Since it's currys pop in store and take a look if you can.
rvcshart

Yet the majority of content, by far, is either 720 or upscaled anyway so … Yet the majority of content, by far, is either 720 or upscaled anyway so theres little difference imo.I can't remember the last time I played 1080 content, specially as I watch most of my stuff via a 5TB plex library I've built.



I would say 90% of what I watch is 1080 content, either via HDTV stations, Netflix, Amazon Prime or Blu-ray.

I hope by this time next year some of that will move to 4K with Netflix already doing 4K content and an 4k Amazon app coming to my TV early next year, not to mention 4k BDs.
Edited by: "Gormond" 25th Dec 2015
This is better then that blaupunkt tv that was on sale for 100, same diagonal..?
Cheep enough...wounder if i conect 3 together for the xbox???mmmm
chrisb1357

​Been looking for a new tv for around £200 and anything from 32" up. not t … ​Been looking for a new tv for around £200 and anything from 32" up. not to bothered about smart features or freeview as it will only be used for SkyTV and NowTV box but my issue is deciding on which tv to go for



And a 6 year guarantee

richersounds.com/pro…100
donaldo1959

And a 6 year guarantee … And a 6 year guarantee http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/samsung/ue32j5100/sams-ue32j5100



​cheers. is it a good tv for the money.
Anyone know if these or the bplunt are instore from tomorrow too?
Got the 40" it's decent sound isn't great but a sound bar will fix that
tesco.com/dir…prd so tesco have 2 different 32" 720p hd ready tvs at £99.99
stephenr

Anyone know if these or the bplunt are instore from tomorrow too?



Just bought the e-motion one from a store in Seacroft, Leeds this morning. For my daughters bedroom this is great - she is very happy! 5 mins to set up nice looking TV for the money. Thanks OP! Oh, be aware it has no SCART socket, but has got 3 X HDMI which puts some of the more costly models to shame!
Edited by: "ACunningPlan" 26th Dec 2015
needed something for a spair bedroom, so just got this for £55 by using up £45 on clubcard boost.

thanks
shak

Get yourself a name brand 1080p set for £50 more. It's worth it. You're … Get yourself a name brand 1080p set for £50 more. It's worth it. You're gonna be staring at the thing for at least the next 5 years, so that,s £10 a year. Don't tell me you can't afford £10 a year.



Only problem is it's not £10 a year. It's £150 out of my pocket right now. And to be fair a cheap to will last me 3 years by which time I will probably get a 40" for a hundred pound.
My son bought this in store for his Xbox in his bedroom yesterday, great tv my hubby is rather picky with unknown brands but after our Sony screen going after 3 years I think this is great for the money.
Does anyone know if this plays .avi from USB please
yes it does mkv as well but all dependant on what exact codec was used for the encoding. so some of mine do and some of mine don't.

sorry cant be more specific
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