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Linsar 43UHD8000FP 43 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV Freeview Play £199 With Code @ Richer Sounds
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Linsar 43UHD8000FP 43 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV Freeview Play £199 With Code @ Richer Sounds

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Posted 13th Feb

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Don’t miss out on your favourite TV. With Freeview Play on board, the smart Linsar 43UHD8000FP lets you catch-up when it suits you.

See every detail, with UHD 4K resolution
With four times the resolution of Full 1080p HD, 4K (UHD) TV offers stunning detail and resolution for totally life-like realism. You can now get a huge range of content in UHD 4K, including UHD Blu-ray, gaming and TV. Another advantage with this higher resolution TV is that, because the pixels are smaller than FHD TVs, you can sit closer to the TV before you lose definition – making this Linsar 43 inch TV ideal as a second TV.

Smart TV via wi-fi
Connect to your internet via Ethernet or wi-fi and you get access to wide range of smart TV. The intelligent remote control offers direct access to YouTube, where you can enjoy all your video favourites – on the big screen. A further button accesses Freeview Play, giving you access to all the popular catch-up TV services.

Freeview Play for catch-up TV
Freeview Play makes catch-up TV easy. Find programmes from BBC iPlayer, the ITV Hub, All4 and My5 sitting alongside over 60TV Channels and up to 15 HD channels. Simply scroll back in your TV guide to watch shows you missed from the last 7 days. Just make sure your TV is connected to the internet and you're good to go.

Fully connected for sources, old and new
Featuring three HDMI sockets, the Linsar has got all your home entertainment connected – including Blu-ray player, games console and set-top TV box. Twin USBs sockets are provided for media devices. You’ll also find a SCART socket, which is perfect for connecting older devices and much harder to find on many current TVs.

PVR USB
One of the USB sockets lets you connect a USB memory stick to use as a PVR. PVR stands for Personal Video Recorder and lets you record TV programmes via the set's Electronic Programme Guide. It can also pause live TV - just like a subscription based set-top box.
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Raja00713/02/2020 14:05

Price is tempting. 32 inch is very cheapIs this Linsar brand any good?


It's a 43" 4K TV with a 6 year warranty for under £200 - same price as a round of beer in London.

Thanks OP - ordered
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Cheaper than a service for the car, heat added
Cheap monitor for the PC....
This is a bargain
Price is tempting. 32 inch is very cheap

Is this Linsar brand any good?
Raja00713/02/2020 14:05

Price is tempting. 32 inch is very cheapIs this Linsar brand any good?


As good as any other budget brand I guess.
Raja00713/02/2020 14:05

Price is tempting. 32 inch is very cheapIs this Linsar brand any good?


It's a 43" 4K TV with a 6 year warranty for under £200 - same price as a round of beer in London.

Thanks OP - ordered
edgeone13/02/2020 14:41

It's a 43" 4K TV with a 6 year warranty for under £200 - same price as a …It's a 43" 4K TV with a 6 year warranty for under £200 - same price as a round of beer in London.Thanks OP - ordered


No worries
I had the 55 inch version of this and the panel died after 8 months. Not even heavy use. It came with a 5 year warranty from Co-Op Electrical, who subsequently folded. I was eventually refunded however after much pressing on my part i would add.

The screen was ok i would say, average for a budget 4k TV. Only one input had 4k resolution though, if you have multiple 4k devices, something to be aware of.

In conclusion, if you only have 200 quid for a 4k TV, then this is a bargain alongside the 6 year piece of mind. Otherwise, if you have a bit more money or willing to wait and save a bit more, go for something like a Hisense, LG or Samsung if your flush IMHO.

Hope this helps!

Neil.
Are the TV recordings it makes unique to it, or will they play on other TVs?
Heat from me it even has a scart socket wish my 50” 4k tv did. Does anyone know the width between the feet? I bet it will be too wide/big for a bedroom chest of drawers
Sp0oner13/02/2020 20:16

Heat from me it even has a scart socket wish my 50” 4k tv did. Does anyone …Heat from me it even has a scart socket wish my 50” 4k tv did. Does anyone know the width between the feet? I bet it will be too wide/big for a bedroom chest of drawers



Place a small board, slightly longer & wider, under the feet.
Tempted to try this, as I really need a SCART, but I can't find many reviews other than on the RS site. Are RS returns within 14 days easy?
Edited by: "terriclarkfan" 20th Feb
Sp0oner13/02/2020 20:16

Heat from me it even has a scart socket wish my 50” 4k tv did. Does anyone …Heat from me it even has a scart socket wish my 50” 4k tv did. Does anyone know the width between the feet? I bet it will be too wide/big for a bedroom chest of drawers


Probably a bit late for this but I had similar problem, I put the feet on facing inwards rather than outwards and like this they are about 70cm apart.
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