F&H Series FH32LMHuh 32" LCD TV/DVD USB PVR Freeview FULL HD 1080p TV - £185.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer (3 Year Warranty)
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F&H Series FH32LMHuh 32" LCD TV/DVD USB PVR Freeview FULL HD 1080p TV - £185.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer (3 Year Warranty)

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SuperEd 26
SuperEd
Found 15th Nov 2011
F&H TVs come with Freeview built in as standard which means they are ready out of the box for the Digital Switch over. Easily wall mountable, making them the perfect choice for all your needs.

Immerse yourself in the beautiful picture quality of the all new F&H 32 inch FULL HD LCD TV with built-in DVD player. Whether you're watching your favourite TV channels or your latest DVD, or listening to one of the digital radio broadcasts available you'll be doing it in style.

Coming complete with Freeview and a built-in DVD player, the full HD LCD TV also benefits from a PC input and 3 HDMI connections, enabling you to plug in a number of high-definition devices like a games console or Blu-ray player. The sleek, glossy design of the F&H LCD TV beautifully compliments any living area.
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Screen
Size 32" 16:9
Super High Definition VGA 1920 X 1080
Aspect ratio 16:9
Contrast Ratio 1000:1
Brightness 450 cd/m2
Response time 8ms

Broadcast
Tuning system FREEVIEW DVB-T(MHEG5) / PAL
Antenna impedance VHF/CATV/UHF 75Ω unbalanced
Number of channel 100(Analog), 400(Digital)

Sound
Automatic Volume Level Control
Bass Control
Balance Control
Speakers 2
Audio power ≦2*8W

Connections (Rear)
RF TV/CATV 75ohms coaxial × 1
Video In Video:RCA 75ohms composite video × 1,YPbPt x 1
PC In HDMI / DVI / VGA
Audio In L/R RCA-1 for YPbPr or AV × 1
Scart RGB/CVBS in, CVBS out
HDMI FULL HD1080P X 3
USB Media PVR USB Storage Device

Other features
Last Channel recall
Automatic tuning
Sleep timer
OSD Menu Multi-language
Audio mute
Power supply AC 220V 50Hz
Power consumption ≤160W
Teletext
Nicam Stereo

Cabinet
Front cabinet Piano black

Accessory
USER'S Manual english
Remote control

Product Warranty
3 year (Including 1 year Manufacturer Warranty)

Size & weight
Dimension(Width x Height x Depth) 790mmx580mmx275mm
Net weight 13Kg
cool.....i mean hot!
Great deal
Hot from me!
Quick question as a technical novice, is this better then the?
hotukdeals.com/dea…659

is this worth the extra £15?
It's also got an iinbuilt DVD player.

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Just bought one, it will do for her to watch in the bedroom on these cold winter nights while I play CoD on the big telly
8ms response time
Cantona007

8ms response time



Is that really a bad problem? And of all the 32 inches that have been sub 200 quid lately, are they likely to be better than 8ms? I'm really curious, in the market for a cheap bedroom tv, nothing fancy but don't want it to be unwatchable.
Good T.V but rubbish remote control!
Hi, this sounds great. Does anyone have one and can give a report ? Is the remote response good?
I bought a cheap unbranded LCD TV and when using remote it is very slow when changing channels
and when trying to use OSD it just locks up. Sure this one will be better?
I bought one of the £140 F&H silver ones a few weeks back. However it was faulty (seemed to give off interference so couldn't get ITV and C4 channels) so sent it back. To be fair Ebuyer were good at collecting it and refunding me. Picture seemed ok though but it didn't seem particularly efficient power wise - around 80w on my meter and gave off plenty of heat. They're also not exactly slim and the remote had a very short range too (as a review of this shows).
For hassle value I wouldn't buy this cheap again and would prefer to try the Sainsbury's £199.99 full hd tv they currently have. Easier to take back and for £15 more might be worth it.
Anyone know who delivers for ebuyer?
Parcelforce delivered mine (Essex area)
Just noticed this says of the pvr that you: "record the freeview simultaneously when you watch the freeview, and playback your record afterward." Does that mean this doesn't have pause/rewind/forward whilst recording? (and Iknow you have to use a thumbdrive, noticed in the reviews that one buyer didn't realize that).
Edited by: "Skibster" 15th Nov 2011
buz

I bought a cheap unbranded LCD TV and when using remote it is very slow … I bought a cheap unbranded LCD TV and when using remote it is very slow when changing channels and when trying to use OSD it just locks up. Sure this one will be better?



Click here for an article that reveals some uncomfortable truths about supermarket own-brand & low cost TVs.

Also, Which? November 2011. Supermarket, own-brand & low cost TVs. 'We advise against buying a cut-price TV. Often, you'll be throwing your money away on inferior products'. Examples...

Bush Superslim 32" LED. Score 41%

John Lewis JL23LED. Score 45%

Technika 32-56. Score 36%

A 32" TV with a good review from a respected source costs about £250.

At £200 or less, expect the mediocrity inevitable with low-cost, low-specification components. It's a case of "never mind the quality, feel the width". Your money, your choice.
Skibster

Is that really a bad problem? And of all the 32 inches that have been sub … Is that really a bad problem? And of all the 32 inches that have been sub 200 quid lately, are they likely to be better than 8ms? I'm really curious, in the market for a cheap bedroom tv, nothing fancy but don't want it to be unwatchable.



If you are a gamer then yes. The lower the response time the better.

If it arrives and you don't like the picture, can you return it? The terms say you have 28 days if there is a fault and that they test it, but I'm afraid not liking the picture or sound won't count as a fault unless there is actual dead pixels or something.

(sorry for all the questions!)
Skibster, I believe you can return it (under the Distance Selling regulations) and don't need a reason. Only thing is they can (and probably will) charge you for return postage, which would be about a tenner. However it is supposed to be unopened and unused, so some companies can get funny about it and charge a restock fee. Not sure that Ebuyer are like that but imagine a lot of people take the mick with them!
Skibster

If it arrives and you don't like the picture, can you return it? The … If it arrives and you don't like the picture, can you return it? The terms say you have 28 days if there is a fault and that they test it, but I'm afraid not liking the picture or sound won't count as a fault unless there is actual dead pixels or something.(sorry for all the questions!)



I've actually just had this problem with TV I bought from Argos. I rang them up and complained about the poor quality (it looked nice but it was bad for gaming and sound was poor) They said to box it up and they would give me a refund when it has been collected and returned.

I've never used Ebuyer so they could be different. Some companies are cool with it but others will tell you to get stuffed.

Got one Cheers
Bought one, hope it's all good.
very nice deal and I've heard these are better than supermarket tat but still not quite up to decent branded models, for the price I wouldn't complain

Went for the LG350KU for a bit extra myself in the end
Just an fyi, the "in stock" number stays at 45, lol. It may go down one or two, but then goes back up, so there's no telling how many they really have. I rushed to buy yesterday as you never know when posted deals will quickly go out of stock, but apparently didn't need to.

The rest of you looking for TVs should know that my purchase of this one means there will surely be a Sony at this price any day now, just to spite me, lol.
Please can somebody confirm what formats are playable via the inbuilt dvd player (specifically: h264, divx/xvid). I am assuming these formats will play via usb pen stick so therefore further assuming they should play from inbuilt dvd?
neb

Please can somebody confirm what formats are playable via the inbuilt dvd … Please can somebody confirm what formats are playable via the inbuilt dvd player (specifically: h264, divx/xvid). I am assuming these formats will play via usb pen stick so therefore further assuming they should play from inbuilt dvd?



Quite possibly no one on here has this tv installed yet. If you go to the Ebuyer page for this product and scroll all the way down, there is facebook chat about the product. A couple people on there already have this tv; your best bet is to post your question there and see if anyone answers.
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