JVC LT-39C460 39" LED TV at Curry’s - £199 (with code)
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JVC LT-39C460 39" LED TV at Curry’s - £199 (with code)

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Found 30th Jan
Was £229 but using code TV30 knocks £30 off

Top features: - Freeview HD tuner lets you watch your favourite channels - Great sound with DTS TruSurround audio - Plenty of connections including three HDMI ports - Wall-mountable design for flexible viewing options

Freeview HD tuner

Get access to more than 60 digital TV channels including 12 HD channels with an integrated Freeview HD tuner. There are over 25 available radio stations too, so you can enjoy your favourite broadcasts directly on your TV.

Great sound

Enjoy clear audio quality from your JVC LT-39C460 with its two speakers. DTS TruSurround HD enhances sound from your films and games to deliver a more immersive feel.
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Good find @latics33 - ideal for a bedroom TV or spare room/conservatory.

And if your username is an indication of your football team, we're now only a point behind you after tonight's games - we're coming for you
No 4K technology
Sleightbuzz7 m ago

No 4K technology


Anyone looking at a new £200 TV isn't going to be watching enough or caring enough about image quality to be paying the extra for Sky Q, Netflix UHD or other premium subscriptions you'd need to actually use it.
Sleightbuzz19 m ago

No 4K technology


There’s always one. NO , it’s £199 for a 39 inch TV, if you can find a 4K all singing, all dancing at the same price then PLEASE post it !! Nice find OP. 33169482-jwNzU.jpg
Sleightbuzz29 m ago

No 4K technology


Most people don't need a 4k TV, but if you find a 39" one at this price point as the above poster said please let us know.
That's not even full hd. For 39 inch hd ready isn't good enough
Really poorly made. Go in store & you'll think it needs a bit of silicon sealant to fill in some of the gaps.

But that's the state of 'JVC' in 2018
Edited by: "Gollywood" 31st Jan
Gollywood5 h, 2 m ago

Really poorly made. Go in store & you'll think it needs a bit of silicon …Really poorly made. Go in store & you'll think it needs a bit of silicon sealant to fill in some of the gaps.But that's the state of 'JVC' in 2018



JVC is a house brand for CurrysPcWorld, they are built to a cost probably by Vestel (Mine is but they may have changed the OEM builder).

If its like the one we have in the kitchen/dining room, as others have said its not 4K, its not the sharpest best picture ever, and its not a "smart TV". Ours is wall mounted and the build quality OK for the price , the plastics maybe feel a little cheap, but we don't often touch the set itself anyway, other than changing the angle depending where we are in the room, to care, it works fine, and does what we need as a 2nd set in the kitchen. Most of the time is just set to the BBC news as I cook.

Ours has a Pi with OSMC media centre on it so we can stream to it in the house, but a Firestick, Chromecast, Roku or a NowTv box can give it streaming abilities if you need them.

Only thing I'd say is check in store they don't have a really wide viewing angle so depending on your room layout some people may not see a great image
Which magazine said don’t buy poor picture
LOUGHBORO.GUY37 m ago

Which magazine said don’t buy poor picture



What did they compare it to? At this price point all of the "house" brands, and even some of the big name brands will be outsourcing design and build to UMC or Vestel.

I think its really only Sony and Samsung who still do all sets in house, (but that may no longer be the case) but they will be more expensive than this set for a similar sized screen.

Both UMC and Vestel will use a standard set of components and just design the case with the relevant logo. So comparing this to a Sainsbury's Celcius Brand TV, Tescos Blaupunkt range, or a Asda Polaroid is a likely to show very little difference as its probably the same quality level of hardware inside.

Even comparing it to low end Toshiba and Panasonics may see no difference as they use Vestel too for low end models. Phillips sold their TV division to a Chinese company a few years ago so they are no longer designed and made by Phillips themselves.

Most of this level set use common hardware, you probably wont find any branding on the on screen display as they fit the same hardware to all brands and just put the relevant logo on the TV front and remote.

As I said its fine for the money as a second set. Our 10 year old Panasonic plasma in the living room has a far better picture, but it was also five times the price...
Edited by: "gavin1" 31st Jan
>Top features: Freeview HD tuner lets you watch your favourite channels .

A TV that lets me watch my favourite channels? Superb. Other top features are:
* front facing screen for viewing convenience
* a stand so your mate doesn't have to hold it while you watch
* audio automatically changes to any channel you view
* remote control buttons are on the top
* no need for a three-phase power supply - works on domestic mains
I understand what you are saying Gavin but I couldn’t live with a poor picture even in the bedroom or kitchen or pool room
HutchAW11 h, 54 m ago

Good find @latics33 - ideal for a bedroom TV or spare …Good find @latics33 - ideal for a bedroom TV or spare room/conservatory.And if your username is an indication of your football team, we're now only a point behind you after tonight's games - we're coming for you


Now 2 games in hand though don’t forget. Just hope winning the FA cup again doesn’t mess up our league form!
LOUGHBORO.GUY1 h, 10 m ago

I understand what you are saying Gavin but I couldn’t live with a poor p …I understand what you are saying Gavin but I couldn’t live with a poor picture even in the bedroom or kitchen or pool room



I can understand that, I've just seen Which reports before that compare a top of the range model of XYZ with a budget house brand. Its just not a valid comparison of course the budget model wont perform as well as a top of the range model.

Certainly for my set its not a "bad" image, just not as good as the Panny, but as I said there was a huge difference in cost and the Panny was near the top of the range when we bought it,.

Only the buyer can decide if the difference in the image is worth the extra cost to them.
Nothing wrong with Vestel made products.
Quality is what you expect for the price and the picture quality from their screens good.
Do some reading you may find others more established names are using vestel screens at the low end.
gavin13 h, 57 m ago

Even comparing it to low end Toshiba and Panasonics may see no difference …Even comparing it to low end Toshiba and Panasonics may see no difference as they use Vestel too for low end models. Phillips sold their TV division to a Chinese company a few years ago so they are no longer designed and made by Phillips themselves.Most of this level set use common hardware, you probably wont find any branding on the on screen display as they fit the same hardware to all brands and just put the relevant logo on the TV front and remote.As I said its fine for the money as a second set. Our 10 year old Panasonic plasma in the living room has a far better picture, but it was also five times the price...


Toshiba aren't in the TV business any more, the european TV division was bought by Vestel along with the rights to use the name on TVs.

Philips did sell their TV division to a chinese company but that company was another display company (AOC) so although it may not be Philips anymore it should still be considered a proper TV company and not just a generic badge like Toshiba, Hitatchi, JVC etc. I believe they've also maintained the dutch design facility:
tpvision.com/cur…gs/
Do you know if the code is still working please
gavin19 h, 15 m ago

JVC is a house brand for CurrysPcWorld, they are built to a cost probably …JVC is a house brand for CurrysPcWorld, they are built to a cost probably by Vestel (Mine is but they may have changed the OEM builder).If its like the one we have in the kitchen/dining room, as others have said its not 4K, its not the sharpest best picture ever, and its not a "smart TV". Ours is wall mounted and the build quality OK for the price , the plastics maybe feel a little cheap, but we don't often touch the set itself anyway, other than changing the angle depending where we are in the room, to care, it works fine, and does what we need as a 2nd set in the kitchen. Most of the time is just set to the BBC news as I cook.Ours has a Pi with OSMC media centre on it so we can stream to it in the house, but a Firestick, Chromecast, Roku or a NowTv box can give it streaming abilities if you need them.Only thing I'd say is check in store they don't have a really wide viewing angle so depending on your room layout some people may not see a great image


sorry got to ask, how big is your kitchen? Lord Fauntleroy
just tried code, says "offer has ended"
ws0072 h, 4 m ago

sorry got to ask, how big is your kitchen? Lord Fauntleroy


A prior owner knocked the two rooms the house originally had into one large open plan area of 5m x 3.5m.

Exactly the same size as the lounge in the floor above...
Edited by: "gavin1" 31st Jan
gavin122 m ago

A prior owner knocked the two rooms the house originally had into one …A prior owner knocked the two rooms the house originally had into one large open plan area of 5m x 3.5m. Exactly the same size as the lounge in the floor above...


your explanation seems legit, but we the workers will be forever vigilante!
latics339 h, 31 m ago

Now 2 games in hand though don’t forget. Just hope winning the FA cup a …Now 2 games in hand though don’t forget. Just hope winning the FA cup again doesn’t mess up our league form!



Nah, you're looking strong this season - and far more consistent than Rovers.

If we both go up, I don't mind who finishes first and second
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