JVC LT-32C350 32" LED TV £149 - Save £100 @ Currys
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JVC LT-32C350 32" LED TV £149 - Save £100 @ Currys

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Found 29th Oct 2015
JVC LT-32C350 32" LED TV

As advertised on TV

HD Ready 720p
60 Hz processing rate
Tuner: Freeview
Connectivity: HDMI x 2

The stylish black JVC LT-32C350 32" LED TV features built-in Freeview for great subscription-free entertainment.

Freeview entertainment

The HD ready LT-32C350 features built-in Freeview, offering over 60 channels and 25 radio stations, available subscription-free.

The crystal clear LED screen delivers a bright display with enhanced contrast levels for an optimised viewing experience.

Great sound

Experience great audio thanks to two built-in speakers and SRS TRUSURROUND HD for clear and crisp sound that matches the LT-32C350's high quality visuals.

The LT32C350 is well connected with two HDMI ports for additional hardware, a SVGA port for connecting your PC or laptop and a USB 2.0 port for viewing your own content.

26 Comments

Why are 720p tvs still being made?

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Danze1984

Why are 720p tvs still being made?



What's so bad about 720p? Excuse my ignorance - any helps appreciated.

Does anyone know if this tv is any good? I'm after a cheap 32" for my kids bedroom.

Hot, good for the kitchen even though it's most likely a Vestrel unit using the JVC brand name.

I gather JVC, the company behind VHS, doesn't really exist in the UK any more, it's now just a label stuck on own-brand Dixon/Comet TVs.....

Like Blaupunkt, Polaroid, etc.
Edited by: "OB1" 29th Oct 2015

Danze1984

Why are 720p tvs still being made?



Actually, 720p on a 32'' screen is not bad at normal viewing distances. Of course, if you want to use this TV as a monitor that's a different story.

save £100, I highly doubt

eirianp123

What's so bad about 720p? Excuse my ignorance - any helps appreciated.



If you don't know the difference, then this TV would be perfect for you. Decent size at a good price with USB input for photos, videos, music.

720p TV means 720 rows/lines of information can be shown on the screen.
1080p TV has 1080 rows/lines which can show more details.
4k TV has 2160 rows/lines which can show even more details.

There are more variables but that's the basics!

eirianp123

What's so bad about 720p? Excuse my ignorance - any helps appreciated.


To be honest on a 32" screen you probably wouldn't notice the difference between 720p and 1080p.

sterlingdeal

Hot, good for the kitchen even though it's most likely a Vestrel unit … Hot, good for the kitchen even though it's most likely a Vestrel unit using the JVC brand name.


Why would you want to watch TV in the kitchen? Do you not have a living room?

sterlingdeal

Hot, good for the kitchen even though it's most likely a Vestrel unit … Hot, good for the kitchen even though it's most likely a Vestrel unit using the JVC brand name.

hiezra

Why would you want to watch TV in the kitchen? Do you not have a living … Why would you want to watch TV in the kitchen? Do you not have a living room?


Well we have a kitchen table and watch TV while we eat, it's what posh people do you see
Edited by: "spannerzone" 29th Oct 2015

The great Currys price 'saving' con.....

The [higher specced] JVC model still 720p but has smart tv integrated as well as freeview HD tuner was £219, now save £20 at £199.

This one, was £250, save £100.

So why was this one £30 more than the higher specced model at its maximum price I wonder.
Edited by: "cicobuff" 29th Oct 2015

hiezra

Why would you want to watch TV in the kitchen? Do you not have a living … Why would you want to watch TV in the kitchen? Do you not have a living room?



Would you have the same perception if I said I wanted it for the bedroom? Some people like to have televisions in different rooms and that doesn't mean they don't have a kitchen or bedroom.

cicobuff

The great Currys price 'saving' con.....The [higher specced] JVC model … The great Currys price 'saving' con.....The [higher specced] JVC model still 720p but has smart tv integrated as well as freeview HD tuner was £219, now save £20 at £199.This one, was £250, save £100.So why was this one £30 more than the higher specced model at its maximum price I wonder.


This TV was originally priced at £179 not the £249 rubbish Currys state.

youngsas

Does anyone know if this tv is any good? I'm after a cheap 32" for my … Does anyone know if this tv is any good? I'm after a cheap 32" for my kids bedroom.



JVC "hire" the brand to different companies, most JVC branded devices in the UK are not JVC made at all.

We have a JVC from Currys, not the same size but guessing by the numbers the same years range. Its perfectly fine for what it is, is it the best TV in the world, no, its designed to a price point, and Yes is a Vestrel rebadge (as are a lot of the low end TV's as Vestrel as they are reported to make about 20% off all TV's soled in Europe) , but its fine for TV in the kitchen when we eat in there.

If your focused on price consider Aldi/Lidl too

sterlingdeal

Hot, good for the kitchen even though it's most likely a Vestrel unit … Hot, good for the kitchen even though it's most likely a Vestrel unit using the JVC brand name.

hiezra

Why would you want to watch TV in the kitchen? Do you not have a living … Why would you want to watch TV in the kitchen? Do you not have a living room?


WOW. why would anyone want to watch more tv?? The mind boggles. One of the best ways to keep people in control and as sheep

Will do for my kitchen

I will have to buy one for my hamster to watch the animal channel.

Purchased one for the new loft; thanks!

hiezra

WOW. why would anyone want to watch more tv?? The mind boggles. One of … WOW. why would anyone want to watch more tv?? The mind boggles. One of the best ways to keep people in control and as sheep


I think that goes beyond the scope and remit of HUKD to be honest but sure, lets call it a conspiracy rather than people just wanting a choice as to where they can watch their TV

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-6bn2AKoIQMI/UhDe-6WU2NI/AAAAAAAADz0/0r_7CSJgUo8/s1600/doh-710139.gif
Edited by: "spannerzone" 30th Oct 2015

AAIG2

Purchased one for the new loft; thanks!


For the bats eh? so considerate
Edited by: "spannerzone" 30th Oct 2015

sterlingdeal

This TV was originally priced at £179 not the £249 rubbish Currys state.



I would almost guarantee is has been on sale at £249 in a PCWorld / Currys store somewhere for a preiod, its called price establishment stock, and even though they may have only had a few units at the at price and may never have sold a single one as they were overpriced, it allows them to make that saving claim.

Its entirely possible that this is the "normal" price, the higher price is a way to legally advertise it as reduced despite the fact they never intended to sell many at the higher price.

sterlingdeal

Would you have the same perception if I said I wanted it for the bedroom? … Would you have the same perception if I said I wanted it for the bedroom? Some people like to have televisions in different rooms and that doesn't mean they don't have a kitchen or bedroom.


Not at all. My point was why would anyone want too watch so much TV or even give themselves an option to. I eat food in my kitchen and sleep or have sex in the bedroom. Why waste your life watching tv. Doesn't make sense to me

hiezra

Not at all. My point was why would anyone want too watch so much TV or … Not at all. My point was why would anyone want too watch so much TV or even give themselves an option to. I eat food in my kitchen and sleep or have sex in the bedroom. Why waste your life watching tv. Doesn't make sense to me


Don't buy the TV then matey :-)

We like to watch tv in bed occasionally on a Sunday morning, we also like tv watch to while preparing/cooking and eating food in our kitchen diner


Edited by: "Andy1300" 1st Nov 2015

hiezra

Not at all. My point was why would anyone want too watch so much TV or … Not at all. My point was why would anyone want too watch so much TV or even give themselves an option to. I eat food in my kitchen and sleep or have sex in the bedroom. Why waste your life watching tv. Doesn't make sense to me



​It's not really about watching more tv, but about having the flexibility to watch what you want where you want. You might think someone's wasting their life watching tv, but you don't know their circumstances - what you enjoy doing, others might see as incredibly boring. Thank goodness we're not all the same.
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