Extra Slim 32" Full HD LED TV with 3 year Warranty £169.99 @ Aldi from Sunday 1st June
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Extra Slim 32" Full HD LED TV with 3 year Warranty £169.99 @ Aldi from Sunday 1st June

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Found 26th May 2014
Extra slim 32" Full HD LED TV.

Fantastic sound quality
2 x 8 watt speakers
Digital tuner
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Premium remote control
Includes: 3 x HDMI ports, USB, and PC audio connections
Accessories:

Remote control with batteries (2 x AAA Activ Energy)
Metal stand

42 Comments

50 or 100 hrtz?

Excellent deal eith the £5 voucher out next week could be even better

'extra slim' lol

robklobb

50 or 100 hrtz?


I'd assume 50Mhz for that price since most lower end tvs are.

matthlock

I'd assume 50Mhz for that price since most lower end tvs are.



It's Hz not MHz.

Premium Remote Control...

srw985

Premium Remote Control...



Fantastic
sound quality

Seen much better prices for 32" televisions recently. Only good features on this seems to be 3 hdmi sockets and the 3 year guarantee but Tesco were/are offering 5 year warranty on many sets. My mother's emotion set was only £119 with a 5 year guarantee but was 720p not 1080p.

I am totally stupid about tv's but is 1080p not better than 720p or is the lower the best? Just so I for future use. Thanks

Original Poster

crazygranny

I am totally stupid about tv's but is 1080p not better than 720p or is … I am totally stupid about tv's but is 1080p not better than 720p or is the lower the best? Just so I for future use. Thanks


1080p is better than 720p you correct in your assumption
Edited by: "teddy2paws" 26th May 2014

crazygranny

I am totally stupid about tv's but is 1080p not better than 720p or is … I am totally stupid about tv's but is 1080p not better than 720p or is the lower the best? Just so I for future use. Thanks



1080p is better than 720p

But remember folks, a cheap and nasty poorly designed 1080P TV may produce worse results than a higher quality 768P TV, - what I mean is that the overall image processing and LCD panel capabilities may be really poor with a budget 1080P TV but could be better on a lower resolution but better desigined 768P (720P) TV.

Anyway, I'd want to see the thing working before buying and see how it looked in the flesh rather than just buying based on specifications.

I'm in no way implying this TV is bad or good, I haven't seen one....

And just to keep you damned pedants happy, 1366x768 is often (incorrectly you may say) referred to as 720P and I think we all know what they mean when they say 720P but feel free to nit pick to your hearts content.

Edited by: "spannerzone" 26th May 2014

"Extra slim" - On the photo the doesnt look slim at all

while technically 1080p is better than 720p , a really expensive old 720p plasma will probably beat a cheap nasty brand on picture quality .
Edited by: "TALON1973" 26th May 2014

Thanks for clearing that up

extra thin? looks thicker than my LCD "normal" tv
fantastic sound quality? 2 x 8 watt?? fantastic? oO
1080p but missing freeview HD
https://www.aldi.co.uk/fileadmin/fm-dam/RESPONSIVE/SPECIALBUYS/2014/W23_Specials/Sunday/W23_PD_Sunday_UL13.jpg


Jelly Bean

extra thin? looks thicker than my LCD "normal" tvfantastic sound quality? … extra thin? looks thicker than my LCD "normal" tvfantastic sound quality? 2 x 8 watt LOL pull the other one.



"Extra fat" doesn't have the same ring to it.

Jelly Bean

extra thin? looks thicker than my LCD "normal" tv :|fantastic sound … extra thin? looks thicker than my LCD "normal" tv :|fantastic sound quality? 2 x 8 watt?? fantastic? oO1080p but missing freeview HD



FFS ,it's £170 with a 3 year warranty
Wtf do you want ?

markjohnson

FFS ,it's £170 with a 3 year warranty Wtf do you want ?




FFS, they are advertising it as "extra slim" which it clearly isn't.

they? i don't see any mention here about it being slim, just the OP...

aldi.co.uk/en/…tv/

Original Poster

scruffty

they? i don't see any mention here about it being slim, just the … they? i don't see any mention here about it being slim, just the OP...https://www.aldi.co.uk/en/specialbuys/sunday-1st-june/product-detail/ps/p/32-full-hd-led-tv/



its on the First line of the description

doh!! sorry i'm still drunk!
stupid me and stupid aldi
Edited by: "scruffty" 26th May 2014

Its £170 i doubt the kids would be arsed that its not a fcking Samsung curved 4k TV.

JamesB98

"Extra slim" - On the photo the doesnt look slim at all



probably company is called extra slim. never heard of em,
Edited by: "igloolad" 26th May 2014

rotti1967

Its £170 i doubt the kids would be arsed that its not a fcking Samsung … Its £170 i doubt the kids would be arsed that its not a fcking Samsung curved 4k TV.



Lol ,Even then they would want it delivered and installed for free because they wouldn't want to get off their lazy backsides to collect it !
Edited by: "markjohnson" 26th May 2014

scruffty

they? i don't see any mention here about it being slim, just the … they? i don't see any mention here about it being slim, just the OP...https://www.aldi.co.uk/en/specialbuys/sunday-1st-june/product-detail/ps/p/32-full-hd-led-tv/



you must have missed your specsavers appointment.

strange that no make is listed, lets hope that they are better than the last 2 offering, the Medion 21.5" has terrible lip sync with no provision in the menu tobe able to correct the problem.

Jelly Bean

you must have missed your specsavers appointment.



yes hopefully they can fit me out with some extra slim glasses :-)

We'll it's slimish, a little more dieting and voila!!!

sscm

We'll it's slimish, a little more dieting and voila!!!



I'd class anything that's not a crt as "slim"

Tesco seem to have bigger/cheaper TVs with 5 yr warranties.

erm the blaupunkt 39" from tesco was only £179 and has a 5 year gurantee....

scruffty

they? i don't see any mention here about it being slim, just the … they? i don't see any mention here about it being slim, just the OP...https://www.aldi.co.uk/en/specialbuys/sunday-1st-june/product-detail/ps/p/32-full-hd-led-tv/



..........................................

In Aldi link for this product you have kindly provided, the very first thing it says in the description is "Extra slim 32" Full HD LED TV"

scruffty

they? i don't see any mention here about it being slim, just the … they? i don't see any mention here about it being slim, just the OP...https://www.aldi.co.uk/en/specialbuys/sunday-1st-june/product-detail/ps/p/32-full-hd-led-tv/



First line on your link says

Extra slim 32" Full HD LED TV.

That said, being fatter will provide better sound quality and save having to buy external speakers.

COLD! I bought the Tesco Full 1080 39" Blaupunkt for £179 with approx £9 off from Quidco with a 5 year warranty. Makes it the same price as this and as we all know size matters! The Blaupunkt are pretty slim and very popular judging by the van that came from City Link it had over 10 of them inside!

Edited by: "ianowen" 27th May 2014

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spannerzone

But remember folks, a cheap and nasty poorly designed 1080P TV may … But remember folks, a cheap and nasty poorly designed 1080P TV may produce worse results than a higher quality 768P TV, - what I mean is that the overall image processing and LCD panel capabilities may be really poor with a budget 1080P TV but could be better on a lower resolution but better desigined 768P (720P) TV.Anyway, I'd want to see the thing working before buying and see how it looked in the flesh rather than just buying based on specifications.I'm in no way implying this TV is bad or good, I haven't seen one....And just to keep you damned pedants happy, 1366x768 is often (incorrectly you may say) referred to as 720P and I think we all know what they mean when they say 720P but feel free to nit pick to your hearts content.


most useless post of the thread

WillieGallimore

most useless post of the thread


Thanks, appreciate all comments and I imagine others will appreciate you pointing out my useless thread in case they missed it.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 27th May 2014

Is the "Digital Tuner" full HD. This is not stated. i.e. Does it allow full HD broadcast programs to be viewed in full HD.

How on earth is that extra slim?! Very good deal - but it's not an ultra thin LED is it

i bought one great tv...nice remote an plays every format on the usb ive tried even from a self powered external hard drive... havnt tried with hard drive that powers from the tv usb
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