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Extra Value 32" HD Ready LCD TV Freeview 1366x768 1000:2x HDMI, Scart - Black 12 Months Warranty £236.67 @ Ebuyer
Extra Value 32" HD Ready LCD TV Freeview 1366x768 1000:2x HDMI, Scart - Black 12 Months Warranty £236.67 @ Ebuyer

Extra Value 32" HD Ready LCD TV Freeview 1366x768 1000:2x HDMI, Scart - Black 12 Months Warranty £236.67 @ Ebuyer

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Extra Value 32" HD Ready LCD TV Freeview 1366x768 1000:2x HDMI, Scart - Black 12 Months Warranty £236.67

I am rubbish at technical stuff - but have just seen this on MSE - and looks a great deal.

Please will someone more intelligent than me expire if i am stupid and its a rubbish deal ! Thanks

Price includes VAT and delivery

Great Value HD ready TV with 2 HDMI Sockets, 1 Scart Sockets and Nicam stereo sound

Television Picture Features

* Screensize: 32"
* Resolution: 1366x768 pixels
* Screen Type: LCD
* Auto Install: Yes
* Brand: Extra Value
* Colour: Black
* HD Ready: Yes
* Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
* Digital Tuner: Yes
* Fast Text: Yes
* Flat Screen: Yes
* Picture Frequency: 50Hz

Connectivity

* Component Input
* YPbPr/AUDIO Lineout
* Lineout
* Subwoofer
* AV IN
* HDMI Sockets: 2
* Headphone Socket: Yes
* Optical Out: Yes
* PC Input: No
* SCART Sockets: 1

Additional Features

* Parental Lock: Yes
* Remote Control: Yes
* Sleep Timer: Yes
* Sound Quality: Nicam stereo
* Table Stand Included: Yes
* Teletext: Yes
* VESA: 200x200 M5
* Visible Screen Size: 32"
* Wall Mountable: Yes

Dimensions

* Product Depth: 21.2 cm
* Product Height: 56.7 cm
* Product Width: 77.6 cm
* Weight in KG: 12.3kg

Warranty

* 12 Months Warranty

17 Comments

Very Cheap for a 32" LCD

Spec reads OK but without seeing it in the flesh who knows.

this looks like the same spec and look as the "alba" branded one i bought from argos a few weeks ago. I read long and hard about spend an extra £100 and get a branded one For those who don't have the extra few quid this is GREAT. ZERO complaints. I'm not easily pleased. I saw this beside a £500 samsung in store and this had a BETTER picture. The sound is especially good.

I went to check it out on the ebuyer site..... when you roll over the picture,it doesnt give much away !!

I can't speak for this particular TV but three months ago we got a 32" Dual TV with Freeview and a built-in 100 GB hard drive recorder from EBuyer for my aging in-laws. It only cost £300! This cheap "no-brand" TV never ceases to amaze me. It does everything my more expensive Sharp TV (also from EBuyer) does and more. At £236, I wouldn't hestitate to buy one of these EBuyer TV's. If it doesn't work, EBuyer are very good at replacing stuff or giving you your money back.

The only other thing I'd say is be careful of buying a 32" TV as they can look a bit small in even a small living room. I wish I'd got a 37" one.

Joe90_guy;7800912

I can't speak for this particular TV but three months ago we got a 32" … I can't speak for this particular TV but three months ago we got a 32" Dual TV with Freeview and a built-in 100 GB hard drive recorder from EBuyer for my aging in-laws. It only cost £300! This cheap "no-brand" TV never ceases to amaze me. It does everything my more expensive Sharp TV (also from EBuyer) does and more. At £236, I wouldn't hestitate to buy one of these EBuyer TV's. If it doesn't work, EBuyer are very good at replacing stuff or giving you your money back.The only other thing I'd say is be careful of buying a 32" TV as they can look a bit small in even a small living room. I wish I'd got a 37" one.



I got the 37" extra value TV from ebuyer for £300. It had no reviews so it was a bit of a gamble. For the money I paid I was extremely impressed, although I can see why AV snobs might turn their noses up at it.

you got to be kiding me. i only purchased a 26" HD TV for 280 i can easily fit a 32" in my room

It should be mentioned that this TV displays at a 720p resolution. Can't fault that value, though.

Contrast ratio seems to be where it gets let down a little but other than that reading the specs it sounds decent enough value for money.

Wonder how it handles games and bluerays?

flusteredpie;7801074

I got the 37" extra value TV from ebuyer for £300. It had no reviews so … I got the 37" extra value TV from ebuyer for £300. It had no reviews so it was a bit of a gamble. For the money I paid I was extremely impressed, although I can see why AV snobs might turn their noses up at it.



Hi flusteredpie, that sounds a bargain. I'm looking for my first HD tv but am slightly concerned 32" might be a tad small. Have you used it for Xbox360/PS3 gaming? If so whats it like for that? Cheers

stu83;7801790

Hi flusteredpie, that sounds a bargain. I'm looking for my first HD tv … Hi flusteredpie, that sounds a bargain. I'm looking for my first HD tv but am slightly concerned 32" might be a tad small. Have you used it for Xbox360/PS3 gaming? If so whats it like for that? Cheers



If it helps I use my Xbox360 on Sony 32" TV - sit about 8-10 feet away and it is great. Not a fan of a big TV that takes over the room but I reckon many would say a 37" would be even better at that sort of distance.

As many have pointed out before, not being full HD 1080 on a 32" is really not an issue unless you have supervision!

ZedEx;7801739

Contrast ratio seems to be where it gets let down a little?


1000:1 is perfectly fine for a 32" LCD. They could always have stuck on an imaginary dynamic contrast ratio of 200,000,000:1 like most Branded TV's, but people need to learn to ignore dynamic contrast ratio's anyway.

jukkie;7802262

1000:1 is perfectly fine for a 32" LCD. They could always have stuck on … 1000:1 is perfectly fine for a 32" LCD. They could always have stuck on an imaginary dynamic contrast ration of 200,000,000:1 like most Branded TV's, but people need to learn to ignore dynamic contrast ratio's anyway.



For once, someone who knows something about contrast ratios!

:thumbsup:

stu83;7801790

Hi flusteredpie, that sounds a bargain. I'm looking for my first HD tv … Hi flusteredpie, that sounds a bargain. I'm looking for my first HD tv but am slightly concerned 32" might be a tad small. Have you used it for Xbox360/PS3 gaming? If so whats it like for that? Cheers



It's the 37" extra value screen that I have - apologies if I didn't make that clear.

To answer your question I think 32" is just fine for gaming. Prior to my current TV I had a cheapo 26" LCD and I thought the Xbox 360 looked great on that. I would have settled for a 32" but £300 for a 37" was just too good to pass up.

The biggest issue with these cheap screens I think is that they upscale poorly. If you're not using the screen with a standard definition source (like me) then it isn't really a problem.

My bro in law got one of these 32" value tellys from them a while back and was very pleasantly surprised at the quality of the picture. The sound is a bit tinny (even for an LCD) but it's fine, just don't expect any bass. Also it accepts 1080p input and it shows up onscreen as 1080p, wether it is actually displaying at that resolution is open to debate as it's hard to tell the difference between 720p / 1080p though!

great price! heat added. Wish i had the money this month

jukkie;7802262

1000:1 is perfectly fine for a 32" LCD. They could always have stuck on … 1000:1 is perfectly fine for a 32" LCD. They could always have stuck on an imaginary dynamic contrast ration of 200,000,000:1 like most Branded TV's, but people need to learn to ignore dynamic contrast ratio's anyway.



Sorry just highlight from the TYPED list of specs something that was lower or worse than most branded TV's advertise (Yes i know it depends on how it is measured etc and is hughly inflated when numbers get too big).

Just thought it might be worth checking out that aspect of a review of this TV on another site to see what they say about the contrast etc. Wont try to help in future.

ZedEx;7805260

Sorry just highlight from the TYPED list of specs something that was … Sorry just highlight from the TYPED list of specs something that was lower or worse than most branded TV's advertise (Yes i know it depends on how it is measured etc and is hughly inflated when numbers get too big).


It's not hugely inflated when numbers get too big, it's hugely inflated as soon as they mention 'Dynamic', which most of them do now.
Almost all new 32" LCD TV's would have a true contrast ratio of between 1000-1500:1, even if they state the dynamic contrast ratio as beeing something like 100,000:1.
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