Luxor 40inch 1080p Full HD, freeview built in & media player only £269 AT ASDA!

Luxor 40inch 1080p Full HD, freeview built in & media player only £269 AT ASDA!

LocalFound 25th Apr 2012
Pulled from Asda website
The LUXOR LUX-40-914-TVB is a fantastic 40ins television with a 1080p full HD screen. Great for watching high definition TV, Blu-ray movies and playing games. This LCD TV has access to up to 50 Freeview channels and 24 radio stations, the ideal T.V for the family.

Colour Black
Model Number LUX-40-914-TVB
Screen Size (inch) 40 Inches
Widescreen Yes
Integrated Digital (Freeview) Yes
HD Ready Yes
1080p Full HD Yes
Screen Resolution 1080P x 1920
Contrast Ratio 1200:1 ~ 4000:1
Number of HDMI Sockets 2 x HDMI Sockets
Number of Scart Sockets 2 x Scart Socket
Teletext Yes
Stand Supplied Yes
Wall Mountable Yes
Electronic Programme Guide Yes
Audio Enhancement Technology Nicam
Nicam Stereo Sound Yes
Dimensions (WxDxH in cm) 97.3 x 21.9 x 65.5
Weight 17.5kg
Component Video In Socket Yes
S-Video In Socket No
AV In Socket Yes
Length of Parts Guarantee (Years) 1 Year
Length of Labour Guarantee (Years) 1 Year
Built In DVD Player No
Remote Control Yes
Energy Efficiency Recommended No
Audio Power Output (RMS) 2x8W RMS(%10 THD)

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Overall the TV is awesome, I can play my PS3 without any trouble - no lag with the HDMI - pretty damn good TV for £269 - online advertised at £279!

This 40 inch FULL HD TV seems to be a good deal when I look at other makes such as Samsung - if anyone can see a better deal then hook me up I love this TV I might buy another one for the second room!
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No Freeview HD
direct link:- CLICK HERE
Isn't it easy enough to get Freeview HD? I'm not sure on that I've got Sky.

Review which I can't see.. if I could then I might disagree/agree on points through it.
I like it personally and a lot of other people do.

Thanks Jaysonic I guess my link screwed up!

Extract from review...

"The Luxor uses a massive 103.1W of power with our optimal settings, or 122W when set up as delivered. Even with the Backlight - minimum setting enabled it still used 102.3W. It's not what you'd call an energy-efficient set".
Don't think anyone buys a tv on power efficiency grounds.
People still buy plasma tv's
Extract from review...

"... sound is below average. There's very little bass, the tone is harsh and honky and the built-in speakers manage to muffle detail while emphasising sibilance. The output also sounds artificially wide, without any clear sense of where effects should be coming from in the stereo range. Overall, we found the Luxor a tiring set to listen to".
Bass is ace.
I'm sorry - I've seen this in store and it was hideous. They had a Samsung 43 Plasma next to it for £287 which blew it away. I'd say that's a LOT better...
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