Finlux 32 Inch LCD TV, HD 720p with Built-in Freeview & USB PVR - £149.99 @ eBay (finux outlet)
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Finlux 32 Inch LCD TV, HD 720p with Built-in Freeview & USB PVR - £149.99 @ eBay (finux outlet)

£149.99eBay Deals
Sloth/Mod 58
Sloth/Mod
Found 16th Aug 2012
Cheap for a 32" TV


Key Features:


The built-in PVR function enables you to Pause, Rewind and Record TV directly onto any USB plug-and-play flash drive, or USB hard drive. Just simply insert your USB device into the TV to record or playback your favourite movies, TV shows and photos.

An integrated Freeview tuner will allow you to watch all your favourite shows from over 80 TV and 20 radio stations across the country - without the need for an additional set-top box.

Finlux have been making TVs since the 60's and have recently relaunched the brand selling exclusively online. Owned by Europe's largest TV manufacturer and selling direct to the customer - we're able to pass on amazing value to you - offering high spec TVs at unbeatable prices. We've picked up rave reviews from Trusted Reviews, CNET, AVForum and included in The Independent's Top TVs feature last month. If you haven't seen ourTV Ad yet - visit our store and check it out!

Two HDMI inputs ensure you’ll have enough ports to allow you to connect a couple of AV sources to your TV such as home cinema systems, games consoles, blu-ray players, set-top boxes or laptops. It’ll allow you to switch between sources with a simple press of the remote too.

A USB Input enables you to play music and photos directly from your USB drive. This really allows your TV to be the hub for all your home entertainment - making your own photos and music even more enjoyable to watch. You'll be right at the heart of the action. You'll be able to play DAT, WMA, MP3, JPEG and BMP files.

Its lightweight and slimline design ensures that you can easily move it from room to room and will create so much extra space when compared to older CRT models.

You can even use it as your PC monitor or attach your laptop to it. Just simply connect either a VGA or HDMI cable to your TV and you’ll get to experience all your media via your TV.

This TV has an energy rating of C and an average annual power consumption of 109 KWH

It's wall-mountable via the M5 200 x 200 VESA standard

All our TVs come with a 12 months warranty. Any defect caused by faulty materials or workmanship will be repaired free of charge where possible during this period by Finlux. If a repair is not possible, the product will be replaced free of charge or a refund will be given

58 Comments

COLD 720p

Anyone know what these finlux models are like? I was thinking of buying one for my bedroom but the led model.

mega1978

COLD 720p



Why ? Both Sky HD and Freeview HD are transmitted in 720p, only Blu Rays are 1080p.

mega1978

COLD 720p



Find me a 32" 1080p TV for similar money and your comment will be valid, until then................

" Please note this is eBay's daily deal and it will only be at this special price until Friday 27th at 12pm. At this point this great price will no longer be available. Don't miss out! "

Is that a typo and do they mean Friday 17th at 12pm ????.

Original Poster Sloth/Mod

buttonmoonfan

" Please note this is eBay's daily deal and it will only be at this … " Please note this is eBay's daily deal and it will only be at this special price until Friday 27th at 12pm. At this point this great price will no longer be available. Don't miss out! "Is that a typo and do they mean Friday 17th at 12pm ????.



I'm guessing it must be......either that or it's going to be a looooooong day today

Probably the cheapest 32" TV ever posted on here.
Fot this price it won't be the best TV ever posted but come on at £150 for a 32" TV - it has to be hot!!

thunderchump

Find me a 32" 1080p TV for similar money and your comment will be valid, … Find me a 32" 1080p TV for similar money and your comment will be valid, until then................



cheap for a reason....

mega1978

COLD 720p



That's funny.

Banned

It's a good price for what it is, but I personally wouldn't touch a cheap branded 32" 720p TV with a barge poll.

Head added for the price though.

Good price, but personally I would spend more on a better brand.

These are rebadged vestel units.

roum89

It's a good price for what it is, but I personally wouldn't touch a cheap … It's a good price for what it is, but I personally wouldn't touch a cheap branded 32" 720p TV with a barge poll.



What about an opinion pole?

hot hot hot , i now have a very happy mum , ideal for there needs .

pd040153

Why ? Both Sky HD and Freeview HD are transmitted in 720p, only Blu Rays … Why ? Both Sky HD and Freeview HD are transmitted in 720p, only Blu Rays are 1080p.



I don't think that's right, the signal is broadcast using a 1080i signal (although the broadcast resolution itself may be less) and then the Sky HD box either outputs 1080i or downscales and deinterlaces it and outputs at 720p.

A great alternative to the £120 22" LED backlit TVs doing the rounds.

vestel? shudder! Try Richer sounds for a decent 32", and invest in a 5 year warranty for 20 odd quid. Or, look at Sharp Affinity website

pd040153

Why ? Both Sky HD and Freeview HD are transmitted in 720p, only Blu Rays … Why ? Both Sky HD and Freeview HD are transmitted in 720p, only Blu Rays are 1080p.


You've answered your own question. He's probably voted cold because you can get a 1080p 32" TV with support for a PC or laptop for around £30 more.

Personally, I think this a good deal for people who want to watch programmes or movies. But for computers or BluRays, it's probably worth paying a little bit more for 1080p.

josephobrien2000

vestel? shudder! Try Richer sounds for a decent 32", and invest in a 5 … vestel? shudder! Try Richer sounds for a decent 32", and invest in a 5 year warranty for 20 odd quid. Or, look at Sharp Affinity website



Which 32" tv from Richer Sounds should people go for? Can you also point out an alternative at the Sharp site? I must be missing something as your advise is coming across as completely pointless.

i owned a finlux 25" crt once and it was a pucka tele, strong colours and worked with NTSC signals etc. if the new gen are like the old gen it's a bargain. heat from me!

pd040153

Why ? Both Sky HD and Freeview HD are transmitted in 720p, only Blu Rays … Why ? Both Sky HD and Freeview HD are transmitted in 720p, only Blu Rays are 1080p.



Wrong, SKY HD is in 1080i

don1979

Wrong, SKY HD is in 1080i



Slow acting bait used (_;)

ianh82

i owned a finlux 25" crt once and it was a pucka tele, strong colours and … i owned a finlux 25" crt once and it was a pucka tele, strong colours and worked with NTSC signals etc. if the new gen are like the old gen it's a bargain. heat from me!



That s when it was Finlux, they are now owned by Turkish company Vestral, which is known for manufacturing.................................cr*p.

pd040153

Slow acting bait used (_;)



Or ignorance disguised as bait to save face

Any ideas on the model number? Cant seem to see it anywhere

Found it now (32H502)

Anyone know whether or not this inbuilt HD PVR will record footage on any input device (ie. Game console) or not? Would be very interesting to me if it did.

TheElderRat

Anyone know whether or not this inbuilt HD PVR will record footage on any … Anyone know whether or not this inbuilt HD PVR will record footage on any input device (ie. Game console) or not? Would be very interesting to me if it did.

Would be awesome, but I sincerely doubt it.

Can I have 720p please Bob...

OK, I'll get my coat!

I think i'll get your coat for you...

mission1664

[quote=ianh82]That s when it was Finlux, they are now owned by Turkish … [quote=ianh82]That s when it was Finlux, they are now owned by Turkish company Vestral, which is known for manufacturing.................................cr*p.



YOUR UNCLE TOLD YOU THIS?

720p, unknown brand and ebay as the seller. I'll neutral on this one.

TheElderRat

Anyone know whether or not this inbuilt HD PVR will record footage on any … Anyone know whether or not this inbuilt HD PVR will record footage on any input device (ie. Game console) or not? Would be very interesting to me if it did.



It just stores the freeview digital stream on flash memory. It can't record any other source.

It says on the front ebay page that it has free delivery but not on the link itself...has this changed?

Anyone ordered? Im tempted for the bedroom.

I bought a Finlux 42" led 3d tv off this seller 2 weeks ago. I know it's not the same model, and its early days, but I am really impressed with it so far. Customer service is good too.

mega1978

COLD 720p



Rubbish. I can't find it for £7.20 anywhere.

screamingninja

Rubbish. I can't find it for £7.20 anywhere.



there goes another rib

josephobrien2000

vestel? shudder! Try Richer sounds for a decent 32", and invest in a 5 … vestel? shudder! Try Richer sounds for a decent 32", and invest in a 5 year warranty for 20 odd quid. Or, look at Sharp Affinity website



Would that be a Sharp from Richer Sounds then?

The Sharp that comes from exactly the same production line as this TV?

Will those that are spouting that its 720P and rubbish actually stop to think for a second that not everyone wants a full HD tv for bedroom use etc?

I am more than happy with having a 1080P TV in the lounge and a home cinema setup there, and I am equally as happy with the freesat box (1080i) and even watching the odd blu ray or streaming 720P content in the bedroom to a 32" 720P TV.

Unless you intending on utilising a TV for PC use anything less than 37" is pointless being full HD.

If anything it is the display panel and scaler board that should be under question in any TV, HD Ready or Not. If both of those are decent and there are sufficient picture calibration options within the scaler boards chipset then this is a fantastic deal.

cicobuff

Unless you intending on utilising a TV for PC use anything less than 37" … Unless you intending on utilising a TV for PC use anything less than 37" is pointless being full HD.



Well said. Difference between 720p and 1080p on a 32" is very small unless you sit with your nose touching the telly.
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