Foehn & Hirsch FH32LMHU 32" LCD TV Freeview HDMI x 3 USB Input - Black 3 Year Warranty - £189.98 Delivered @ Ebuyer
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Foehn & Hirsch FH32LMHU 32" LCD TV Freeview HDMI x 3 USB Input - Black 3 Year Warranty - £189.98 Delivered @ Ebuyer

£189.98Ebuyer Deals
SuperEd 37
SuperEd
Found 8th Aug 2011
looks like a bargain!

more specs in first post

- HD Ready
- Freeview
- 3 x HDMI
- 3 Year Warranty

The Foehn & Hirsch 32" HD Ready LCD TV is both stylish and ideal for people who seek superior quality and style.

All the Foehn & Hirsch TVs come with Freeview Built in which means the are ready out of the Box for the Digital Switch over and are all Wall Mountable, Making them the perfect choice for all your needs.

Picture Perfect

With a contrast ratio of 3000:1 and a response time of under 8ms the Foehn and Hirsch 32" LCD has the perfect picture to keep you entertained. The Fast response is perfect for people who like to play fast paced games, or action movies. The High contrast ratio is ideal for viewing movies where you need extra colour detail.

HD Ready

High Definition Television uses the latest technology to bring clearer and sharper television pictures to your home. movies, sports and gaming burst to life on your screen.

Muiltple Connections

The Foehn & Hirsch 32" LCD has a wealth of connections that makes it easy to connect any device, whether its connecting a satellite System or the latest HDMI DVD player. Connect either your PS3, Xbox360 or even your Wii and marvel in the sheer quality of the screen that enhances your gaming and viewing pleasure.

Invisible Speaker System

Foehn and Hirsch's invisible speakers are embedded into the LCD for enhanced audio and a wider sound field.

37 Comments

Original Poster SuperEd

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Specification

Screen size: 32"
High Definition: 1366 x 768
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Contrast Ratio: 3,000:1
Brightness: 450(cd/m2)
Viewing Angle: 85/85/80/80
Response time: 8ms
High tech signal process: HD Ready TV supporting up to 1080p signal
Digital Switch Over ready: Yes
Tuning system: DVB-T(MHEG5) / PAL
Antenna impedance: VHF/CATV/UHF 75 ohms unbalanced
Number of channel: 100(Analog), 400(Digital)
Automatic Volume Level Control
Balance
Speakers x 2
Audio power 2 x 8w
RF: TV/CATV 75ohms coaxial x 1
Video In: Video:RCA 75ohms composite video x 1
S-Video in: x 1
YPbPr component input: x 1
PC In: HDMI / VGA
Audio In: L/R RCA-1 for S-Video or AV x 1
Scart: RGB/CVBS in, CVBS out x 1
HDMI: x 3 Supporting 1080P input
7 days Electrical Programme Guide
Last Channel recall
Automatic tuning
Sleep timer
OSD Menu Multi-language
Audio mute
Teletext
Nicam Stereo
Sky Remote code 1206
Power supply: AC 220V 50Hz
Power consumption: 135w
Front cabinet: Glossy Piano black
VESA compatible: VESA 400 x 200
Detachable base
Glossy color Box
User's Manual: English
Remote control

is that resolution normal for a 32inch?

andrewt

is that resolution normal for a 32inch?



If it was 2004 yeah.

I bought a LG internet led tv with freeview hd for £250 earlier in the year so i would not rush into buying this

what size was that LG TV and where did you buy it from? was it brand new?

3 year warranty so not bad deal

hero2zer0

If it was 2004 yeah.



Since then the manufacturers conjure up their own inflated figures that mean SFA.

so what is a normal res for 32inch and what is considered good resolution for a 32inch?

Had one of these for 2 years. Fab TV no issues

Great looking TV, paid £249.99 for mine just over a year ago and was still a bargain back then... even better at this price!

I personally would not go for any monitor or tv without FULL HD resolution of 1920 x 1080

notoriouschucky

I personally would not go for any monitor or tv without FULL HD … I personally would not go for any monitor or tv without FULL HD resolution of 1920 x 1080



Why because you're retarded? makes no difference at this size 720p is fine!

I'm looking for a 32" telly for my daughter she's moving in a flat
The idea is I can download films and put them on a USB pen
, would this telly play from Penn and if answer is yea what formats?
Thanks for your help

Inactive

Since then the manufacturers conjure up their own inflated figures that … Since then the manufacturers conjure up their own inflated figures that mean SFA.



Are you confusing contrast ratio with screen res?


teapot1971

I'm looking for a 32" telly for my daughter she's moving in a flatThe … I'm looking for a 32" telly for my daughter she's moving in a flatThe idea is I can download films and put them on a USB pen, would this telly play from Penn and if answer is yea what formats?Thanks for your help



Simple answer is, no

Fozzy1957

Can anyone tell why if you put a USB pen in this telly it won't play … Can anyone tell why if you put a USB pen in this telly it won't play theThe film on Pen? And is there any telly at around this price that will play films Of a USB Pen sorry for being such a dunce it's not my area of expertise lol Simple answer is, no


Can anyone help I asked the question can you put a USB pen in this
Telly and play a film from Pen fozzy1957 replied no
How would you overcome this problem is it down to the telly not being
Good enough ?is it possible on other tellys?

Bazz2k

Why because you're retarded? makes no difference at this size 720p is … Why because you're retarded? makes no difference at this size 720p is fine!



I'm not a retard - I have seen 32" screens at 720p and 1080p and even with my glasses off can clearly see the difference even at 4-5 foot distance.

If you're going to be sitting 6 foot or more from the screen then the lower resolution probably won't be a worry.

Given that the image processing on a sub £200 television might be quite poor this may do a much better job displaying SD sources (like freeview and DVD) than a similarly cheap full HD model.

I'd always be worried about quality and reliability with the Foehn & Hirsch 'brand'.

amazed no clever people have moaned about the contrast ratio!

on a more serious note was wondering who this brand really were: ebuyer's own brand:
ipo.gov.uk/t-f…018
doesn't matter for this price and sure it does the job

teapot1971

Can anyone help I asked the question can you put a USB pen in this Telly … Can anyone help I asked the question can you put a USB pen in this Telly and play a film from Pen fozzy1957 replied noHow would you overcome this problem is it down to the telly not beingGood enough ?is it possible on other tellys?



Some tellys do have that sort of functionality. But you can buy a Sumvision Micro 2 media player for £17 that will do the same job. Also a lot of Blu-Ray players have pretty good media playback. My LG cost £69 a year ago and plays most formats from USB pen drive or portable HDD.

Most the TVs I've seen with USB record only playback their own recordings. I guess if you put a film on the USB in the same format it records in (Mpeg 2?) then you'd be able to play it back).




Edited by: "wombat6025" 8th Aug 2011

teapot1971

Can anyone help I asked the question can you put a USB pen in this Telly … Can anyone help I asked the question can you put a USB pen in this Telly and play a film from Pen fozzy1957 replied noHow would you overcome this problem is it down to the telly not beingGood enough ?is it possible on other tellys?



get a different TV.
that plays files from USB, will either say divx/mpeg4 or something similar on the box/webpage you are buying from

stressedman

amazed no clever people have moaned about the contrast ratio!on a more … amazed no clever people have moaned about the contrast ratio!on a more serious note was wondering who this brand really were: ebuyer's own brand:http://www.ipo.gov.uk/t-find-number?detailsrequested=C&trademark=2493018doesn't matter for this price and sure it does the job



It is their 'own' brand in the sense they buy in some cheap gear and slap their 'reliable european' brand on it. It may be buggy or badly built rubbish (fine just return it), not very good (what do you expect for what you paid) or perhaps really great value...

amazed no clever people have moaned about the contrast ratio!



We are all clever with google and copy/paste...whether they know WTF they are talking about is irrelevant because google said so.

I have the 37" model and the screen on it is an LG screen.... I don't know if it's the same with the 32"

I've got one of these, just for my bedroom though. The picture is fine but the sound is tinny and pretty bad. Never bothers me too much however...I bought it earlier in the year at a similar bargain price.

Was gonna order the Toshiba 32" on Ebuyer for only £10 more but last 3 just sold out, so bought this one now. As a Christmas pressie for sons bedroom can't go wrong at this price.....Thankyou so much O/P

A no name, 32", non HD, with no USB ports, for £190 is not a hot deal.

thought 'USB Input' meant it had a USB port??? not that i need one anyway......

For a little more try a Samsung le32c450 at Richer Sounds for 199.95 and 19.95 for a five year warranty. It also has a usb connection.

For a little more try a Samsung le32c450 at Richer Sounds for 199.95 and … For a little more try a Samsung le32c450 at Richer Sounds for 199.95 and 19.95 for a five year warranty. It also has a usb connection.



plus £9.99 delivery.....therefore making it an extra £30 (and no quidco)

bostonbadgirl

plus £9.99 delivery.....therefore making it an extra £30 (and no quidco)



But still much better value.

teapot1971

Can anyone help I asked the question can you put a USB pen in this Telly … Can anyone help I asked the question can you put a USB pen in this Telly and play a film from Pen fozzy1957 replied noHow would you overcome this problem is it down to the telly not beingGood enough ?is it possible on other tellys?


There are a couple of customer reviews near the bottom of the Ebuyer page that mention the following:
"The USB port is great for watching downloaded movies ( MP4 ) "
and
"...if I wasn't impressed enough.... finding out that it works as a TV recorder as well just took the biscuit. Plug in a USB Flash Drive and it records for you, which you can then play back on the TV or a PC, laptop, etc etc. A 4gb pendrive is good for about 2hrs of recording...

Hope that helps

I got one of these own-brands a few months ago for a bedroom. Got a small 22 inchFull HD 1080p LCD TV DVD Combo for just shy of £100... and for the price and size it is just brilliant. Colours and resolution are sharp as anything you get from an LG/Tosh/Sony etc. Like another poster said, I wouldn;t be surprised if it used a screen from one of these (LG I think). Sound is fine for watching TV, playing Xbox and DVD's. Music dvd's/concerts don't sound very good, that is all. And yes, they record/playback from a USB key

Bazz seems you're the retard here if you think there is no difference between 720p and 1080p on a 32 inch screen..perhaps engage your brain before you engage your mouth..

direct.tesco.com/q/R…spx
Is this Sony 32BX320U 32 inch Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview at Tesco Direct
Catalogue number: 211-8877 at £249.00 any good?

Can anyone please help? Ok, so this tv does record programmes onto a USB stick....but would it also record any X-Box game my son is playing??? (He's been wanting to do this for ages now, and i aint got a clue, lol) .........

Thanks in advance

Where from

LiGhTfasT

I bought a LG internet led tv with freeview hd for £250 earlier in the … I bought a LG internet led tv with freeview hd for £250 earlier in the year so i would not rush into buying this


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