Hitachi 32 Inch HD Ready Freeview LCD TV- £179.99 @ Argos plus £1 off for reserving instore
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Hitachi 32 Inch HD Ready Freeview LCD TV- £179.99 @ Argos plus £1 off for reserving instore

£179.99Argos Deals
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Found 28th Jun 2012
Went LG myself, but noticed this yesterday. Think the lowest I've seen it was £199. Sub £180 for a 32 inch freeview seems a hell of a bargain

UPDATE- just seen you can knock a few more quid off via quidco- if your reserving for in store literally £1, or 1.5% cashback

26 Comments

mod

Thanks for posting Chris_Sheard, I've added merchant name to the title

Banned

A good price for a 32 inch tv, though what is the model is this?

kaze11

A good price for a 32 inch tv, though what is the model is this?



Hitachi l32hk04

Not bad price for a 32", another Vestel.

Only HD ready, cold

SouthParkFan

Only HD ready, cold



Are you expecting Full HD, 3D, 20 pairs of glasses 47" screen, Samsung smart tv for £179.99?


Milky87

Are you expecting Full HD, 3D, 20 pairs of glasses 47" screen, Samsung … Are you expecting Full HD, 3D, 20 pairs of glasses 47" screen, Samsung smart tv for £179.99?



At this day and age, I'd expect a 1080p tv instead of HD Ready, this is 720p judging by the native resolution. DEM GRAINY PIXELS YO.

Well I think for the price it seems like a good value tv for a spare room. I've reserved one and will decide later after I've done a bit of research.

Joshcunliffe

At this day and age, I'd expect a 1080p tv instead of HD Ready, this is … At this day and age, I'd expect a 1080p tv instead of HD Ready, this is 720p judging by the native resolution. DEM GRAINY PIXELS YO.



I can't help myself... You're telling me you can distinguish 720 from 1080 on a 32" LCD TV at a normal viewing distance? B*ll@cks!
There are NO 1080p transmissions in the UK, the vast majority of people have no need for 'FULL' HD, don't let these 'must buy Full HD' critics put you off.
I wouldn't rush to buy this Hitachi branded Vestel as I'd prefer Freeview HD for a start (if I were in the market for a TV). As my 10 year old Hitachi 42pd5200 plasma has a great picture and refuses to die I guess I'll wait until I'm happy to have 'lost' the £2400 I paid for it!

karl100100

Better deal here, ABIS 32" 3D TV FULL … Better deal here, ABIS 32" 3D TV FULL HDhttp://www.buyprojector.org.uk/32la3d.html



Well, first of all the TV is £20 more expensive, despite having passive 3D technology.

And LOL @ £39.99 postage.

thanks heat added ...just had a look on all the reviews on it looks ok !!

Noticed argos doing alot with there reserving STUFF but then they HAVE to deliver it for a FEE
Found that out with there Baby wipes at 50p each pack and 5.50 Delivery charge arghhhhh

Not bad price but hitachi as noted isn't the hitachi as we knew it they are poorly made tv's poor remotes awful epg and tacky remote id go for a decent branded tv youd get one for £30 more

I use my PC with a TV so 1080p is essential. Also my phone which is 4.7" is 720p so I expect more than that from a TV. I do however, appreciate that 'HD' broadcast aren't 1080p but even so, with LCD TV prices falling I certainly wouldn't pay money for a 720p TV. I mean how many people replace their TVs every 2 years? Not many I would guess, and for this reason I would invest slightly more for something that has more capability.

That said, for a spare room this would be ideal.
Edited by: "maximoshark" 28th Jun 2012

why do peoploe bang on about 1080p?, aren't all transmissions in 720p???, only japan has 1080p and that was very recent. We won't have it for 4 years yet, by which time you will want the new gadgets on your tv anyway. the only reason i can think of that anyone would want a full hd tv is for watching blu rays?

tdogg

why do peoploe bang on about 1080p?, aren't all transmissions in 720p???, … why do peoploe bang on about 1080p?, aren't all transmissions in 720p???, only japan has 1080p and that was very recent. We won't have it for 4 years yet, by which time you will want the new gadgets on your tv anyway. the only reason i can think of that anyone would want a full hd tv is for watching blu rays?



Gaming, PC, Bluray even Youtube videos can be 1080p. And who's to say it will be 4 years? Why buy a TV that can't produce 1080p when its a widely used resolution? Unless you just want it for things that only broadcast in 720p for the next couple of years, then I wouldn't bother.

I still think its an OK deal. But to me it seems like false economy. Each to their own.
Edited by: "maximoshark" 29th Jun 2012

This is an excellent deal. I bought an Hitachi from Argos about 2 years back and its a lovely tv with a great picture and really good sound. Tempted by this for the bedroom.

just order one thanks

Why has no body commented that its falsely advertising the fact it has a usb dock when clearly in the picture it does not, plus it says it has 2 hmdi"s when it has 3, i know its only menial things but i would like to know the truth before buying something and getting it home to find out it doesn't have the things i purchased it for

SouthParkFan

Only HD ready, cold



At this diagonal you would hardly spot the difference. I'd believed you if you'd said that black wasn't black enough.

tdogg

why do peoploe bang on about 1080p?, aren't all transmissions in 720p???, … why do peoploe bang on about 1080p?, aren't all transmissions in 720p???, only japan has 1080p and that was very recent. We won't have it for 4 years yet, by which time you will want the new gadgets on your tv anyway. the only reason i can think of that anyone would want a full hd tv is for watching blu rays?



No, UK HD transmissions are 1080i as a general rule with Freeview HD having 1080p capability.... blu ray discs offer full HD 1080p, which is a good enough reason for many.... plus most of the decent TV's made will naturally be Full HD.... so the best image processing is used on the higher spec screens.


Edited by: "spannerzone" 29th Jun 2012

just checked and your right!, but have to say it still wouldn't bother me as i can't see the difference and thats what matters most.In the last month I have bought a samsung 40" lcd full hd, and a samsung 50" plasma 720p, and the picture looks betteron the 50" believe it or not!

damadgeruk

I can't help myself... You're telling me you can distinguish 720 from … I can't help myself... You're telling me you can distinguish 720 from 1080 on a 32" LCD TV at a normal viewing distance? B*ll@cks!There are NO 1080p transmissions in the UK, the vast majority of people have no need for 'FULL' HD, don't let these 'must buy Full HD' critics put you off. I wouldn't rush to buy this Hitachi branded Vestel as I'd prefer Freeview HD for a start (if I were in the market for a TV). As my 10 year old Hitachi 42pd5200 plasma has a great picture and refuses to die I guess I'll wait until I'm happy to have 'lost' the £2400 I paid for it!



My Virgin Tivo is better at 720p than 1080i

Don't get why people want a bigger TV than 32" unless they are in a house with 4 reception rooms. (Dedicate a room to it).

I couldn't live without a room completely free of electronic devices.

Devsta

Why has no body commented that its falsely advertising the fact it has a … Why has no body commented that its falsely advertising the fact it has a usb dock when clearly in the picture it does not, plus it says it has 2 hmdi"s when it has 3, i know its only menial things but i would like to know the truth before buying something and getting it home to find out it doesn't have the things i purchased it for


It's not! OH has just bought this -and it's only got one HDMI

well I have bought one of these from Argos and it is brilliant for the money, easy to set up, remote control is good so bah humbug to you all!
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