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M&S 22'' Series 31 Full HD TV with LED Edge-Backlight for £99.99
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M&S 22'' Series 31 Full HD TV with LED Edge-Backlight for £99.99

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M&S 22'' Series 31 Full HD TV with LED Edge-Backlight for £99.99
Posted 23rd Aug 2012

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I guess a new 22" 1080p led tv with 2 years warranty cant be bad. Might even make a good monitor:

Brand: M&S Screen
Size: 22 Inch
Display Type: LED Full HD 1080p: Unknown HD Ready: Unknown 3D Ready: Unknown Digital Tuner:Unknown Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080 TV Combi: No Frame Rate: 60Hz Contrast Ratio: 1000:01:00 24p Technology: No Wireless Internet: No DLNA:No HDMI Connections: Yes Scart Connetions: Yes Component Video Connection: Yes USB Port: Yes Memory CardSlot: No Sound Output:Unknown Speaker Output: 2x 3watts Digital Audio Output: No 3D Accessories:No Dimensions: H38.5 x W55.5 x D9 Weight: 4.6kg Wall Mountable: Yes
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Ordered Cheers
m&s trash again,
plus the worst c/service to top this deal...
Great deal, if i didn't get the £65 technika from tesco i would have bought this especially with the 2 year guarantee.
Edited by: "rl1992" 24th Aug 2012
The Technika deal was good but I wasn’t impressed with the quality, I actually returned mine due to ridiculously excessive backlight bleed once it was warm and being useless as a monitor. At least with this you get an extra years guarantee.
garryhullah1

m&s trash again,plus the worst c/service to top this deal...



Lol the only time I had to contact M&S CS, they were flawless. Long may that continue as I have a TV under their 5 year warranty scheme. :P
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deleted81006
Nice one
garryhullah1

m&s trash again,plus the worst c/service to top this deal...



customer service really depends on who you find. My old manager used to be very generous with complaint and refunds, this one wont do anything.

Ive had poor service in john lewis and great service in game.
the way the world works.
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Be warned. Below is the second letter that I just had just sent them. Even though it may sound d*ckish, I feel justified by it.

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Dear Sirs,

This letter is to be made in response to the handling of an order and resulting complaint on the above referenced order number(s).

I have previously written to you showing dissatisfaction of the purchase I had made originally on 29 June 2012. In short, the unit was delivered without imperative operating parts and needed to be returned. After a substantial wait I had received a replacement which was deemed by myself and your technical support as faulty and thus to be returned again, only to find that there was no further stock and the only option was to be refunded after awaiting another 2 weeks for the pickup of the latest unit.

On the day that was arranged for the pickup to take place I had received the following SMS message:

Re order number ****, we are pleased to advise that your M&S home delivery crew will be with you between 14:00 - 16:00 on 04/08/12.

Waiting in the house at 15:30 there was no sign or word that the personnel were getting close, as I recall you send a pre arrival notification. After several attempts at calling and evident cutting of the call by the recipient I received a return call from the same number. It appeared to be an accident as I could not communicate with anyone but was able to overhear background chatter as 2 unidentified gentlemen casually discussed how ‘easy’ the job is, hardly sounding like there was any work in progress. A final attempt to contact them at 16:08 I managed to get hold of the courier who was unable to give me a delivery time, only after urgently requesting was he able to inform that he would be around in the next 10-15 minutes. I finally receive the following message at 16:17:

Vehicle Pre-Arrival Notification: 04 August 2012 - 16:17, Hello this is M&S Furniture Home Delivery we will shortly be with you and anticipate arrival in the next 30 minutes or earlier traffic conditions permitting

Arriving some time after the text, the drivers arrived and consequently removed the unit.

I had received a call from customer relations prior to this whole event apologising for the events following the original order, assuring that a ‘Good Will Gesture’ would be sent. The ‘Good Will Gesture’ never arrived.

As a final point I was moments away from purchasing a similar, more expensive unit, from you, only to be reminded of this ordeal and instead motivating this resulting letter.
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15321651-RRinR

Received 39" LCD one for £229 very good quality including delivery Great product and price with 2 year warranty
Appears from the reviews that it'll run off 12v DC which is what I've been looking for
Anybody know how many hdmi sockets this has?
Description just says 'yes'
Thanks
starr4

Anybody know how many hdmi sockets this has?Description just says … Anybody know how many hdmi sockets this has?Description just says 'yes'Thanks


1.
It's a decent TV, got one for £50odd at Christmas, does a job with SkyHD in the bedroom.
Edit, ignore that, it was the 24" model we got and it was £62: hotukdeals.com/dea…=41
Edited by: "danhufc" 24th Aug 2012
Anybody know of a similar spec LED TV with a integrated Freesat tuner? (as opposed to Freeview)
Can anyone confirm if this has pvr USB record or can anyone recommend similar size and price with pvr record thanks
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discount4cash

Received 39" LCD one for £229 very good quality including delivery Great … Received 39" LCD one for £229 very good quality including delivery Great product and price with 2 year warranty



Yea I got the same one 39" as you for £219 but with 5 year warranty as well. Have to say, no problems (touch wood) as yet, and quality is excellent, ps3 and hd movies are incredible. Im sure you'll agree!?
I'm a bit confused. It says full HD but also says HD ready. I thought full HD was an HD ready TV with HD freeview built in?
quixoticduck

I'm a bit confused. It says full HD but also says HD ready. I thought … I'm a bit confused. It says full HD but also says HD ready. I thought full HD was an HD ready TV with HD freeview built in?



Originally, at the dawn of sales of HD TV's, 'Full HD' was the full 1080 lines of resolution, and 'HD Ready' was only 720 lines.

However, even back then, and more so these days, HD Ready can mean either 720 lines or 1080 lines, seemingly at random and totally dependent on the marketing blurb for the TV, so you have to be careful and check how many lines the TV has, and make sure ifs got 1080 if you want 'Full' HD.

I don't think it's got anything to do with whether the TV has a freeview built in.
I seen this deal the other day and was tempted but someone mentioned it's rubbish and has a big 'power pack' hanging down and you can't wall mount it.
Full HD 1080p: Unknown
HD Ready: Unknown
Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080


What? o.O
Rona7do

I seen this deal the other day and was tempted but someone mentioned it's … I seen this deal the other day and was tempted but someone mentioned it's rubbish and has a big 'power pack' hanging down and you can't wall mount it.



This would be because it runs on 12v and requires a transformer. For me that's great as I'm looking for something for a van powered off the battery. For wall mounting I would think it would be easy enough to extend the cable so that the transformer is out of sight.
quixoticduck

I'm a bit confused. It says full HD but also says HD ready. I thought … I'm a bit confused. It says full HD but also says HD ready. I thought full HD was an HD ready TV with HD freeview built in?



The HD READY logo is on 720p televisions.

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The HD READY 1080p is on full HD tvs.

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So the full HD 1080p Tvs say ready aswell. Can be confusing.

The picture is good but the sound is very poor. The power pack didn't not bother me. M & S customer service was fantastic when I had to return this TV. Totally hassle free!
Oh ok. thanks people, I guess I had the wrong information. I'm looking for a TV with HD freeview built in as I wont be getting a new DVR for a while at least (I think I'll be able to record HD onto an external HD through USB?). is there any way to tell if the included freeview tuner on a TV is HD or if most aren't (which seems silly to me) is there a solution as to how to make it HD? Thanks for any help. I have tried googling but perhaps I don't know the right terms to find answers.
From reviews 'It comes with a power pack and 12v connection' --- er, no thanks..
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it comes with freeview built in
hot deal for me
Edited by: "deleted82771" 24th Aug 2012
Not put off by those who mention sound quality, it has a 4 star rating and will do the job perfectly for child's bedroom, hot:)
quixoticduck

Oh ok. thanks people, I guess I had the wrong information. I'm looking … Oh ok. thanks people, I guess I had the wrong information. I'm looking for a TV with HD freeview built in as I wont be getting a new DVR for a while at least (I think I'll be able to record HD onto an external HD through USB?). is there any way to tell if the included freeview tuner on a TV is HD or if most aren't (which seems silly to me) is there a solution as to how to make it HD? Thanks for any help. I have tried googling but perhaps I don't know the right terms to find answers.



I want to know if its capable of recording to USB pvr functionality anyone who.has one can comment? Thanks
quixoticduck

Oh ok. thanks people, I guess I had the wrong information. I'm looking … Oh ok. thanks people, I guess I had the wrong information. I'm looking for a TV with HD freeview built in as I wont be getting a new DVR for a while at least (I think I'll be able to record HD onto an external HD through USB?). is there any way to tell if the included freeview tuner on a TV is HD or if most aren't (which seems silly to me) is there a solution as to how to make it HD? Thanks for any help. I have tried googling but perhaps I don't know the right terms to find answers.



you want freeview HD on a 22"?
silly imo. You would have to sit within one meter to see the difference between that and normal freeview. On big screens, its necessary but abit pointless on anything below 32".
Yes. It will be my main TV in my bedroom for gaming and watching TV. My futon us about a meter from the TV, and I've known people to buy even smaller HD TV's for gaming and they did seem sharper. I will be wearing glasses too.

I mean maybe I could get a bigger TV but I've never felt like I cared about size much and it might not fit. Idk. I hear older games look bad on big tv's. My current TV is not flatscreen and is smaller than 22inch so any flatscreen will be a step up I just though HD would be better when it doesn't cost much more. especially if this can record onto usb, surely an hd tuner would mean hd quality and not 22inch hd quality for the future?

also in my house we have never had anything bigger than 27inch and even far away on the sofa the difference is VERY clear!

do most hd tvs have an hd tuner or a standard one? this is what I'm confused about.
* As in the difference between HD and standard is.
No, most smaller TVs are still standard freeview, only newish ones at larger sizes will be freeview HD.

If you notice a difference at 27"then your living room is not that large or you are using binoculars as according to this: hd.engadget.com/200…ze/
after 8 feet the image will appear identical.

Games will not look bad on big tvs unless you sit too close, as such it is better to take into acount viewing distances when buying a tv as buying a 60" tv for a 5x5m room is silly as even 1080p will look like a mess.

so, you will be gaming within a meter, does that mean you will be watching tv within a meter too?
smellyonion

No, most smaller TVs are still standard freeview, only newish ones at … No, most smaller TVs are still standard freeview, only newish ones at larger sizes will be freeview HD.If you notice a difference at 27"then your living room is not that large or you are using binoculars as according to this: http://hd.engadget.com/2006/12/09/1080p-charted-viewing-distance-to-screen-size/after 8 feet the image will appear identical.Games will not look bad on big tvs unless you sit too close, as such it is better to take into acount viewing distances when buying a tv as buying a 60" tv for a 5x5m room is silly as even 1080p will look like a mess.so, you will be gaming within a meter, does that mean you will be watching tv within a meter too?



Can't see the graph on my phone
I don't know how to explain other than when switching from SD to HD of the same channel, there is a jump in quality, perhaps not huge but... (this is a few meters from a 27inch tv).

For a TV in my bedroom because of the layout of my room I am never more than a metre/a meter and a half away, whether watching tv or gaming.

I do see your point though. it is less worth it I just think wince hd is the new standard and I've held off getting a tv so long I should get it for the slight benefit. And if I'm getting hdtv it seems silly to get one without a hd tuner.

Anyone know if the hd channels only ever duplicate other channels? as in, is there ever content which is only viewable on an hd channel?
ps. I think I remember somebody complaining that their n64 games looked bad stretched out on their big tv because they weren't hd or close to it bur perhaps this is only with a really big tv.

I have never had even a flat screen tv of my own or a games console newer than a gamecube so I do realise I am no expert. Also that the way I construct sentences when using my phone seems to make me sound like a 10 year old.
I think when getting an hd tv smaller than 27 inches it is more beneficial to get a 720 res with an HD tuner, than a 1080 one without one? in terms of money and what is just pointless. the first would be at least a bit beneficial. the latter would be pointkess and not worth the extra money etc buying the hd tuner (dvr?) separately.

I think?
garryhullah1

m&s trash again,plus the worst c/service to top this deal...



Keep telling people, don't bother with the phone... go down to your local store and protest there, I can assure you, the 'customer service' will improve
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starr4

Anybody know how many hdmi sockets this has?Description just says … Anybody know how many hdmi sockets this has?Description just says 'yes'Thanks

Read it again, there are no HDMI sockets
woodseaves

Read it again, there are no HDMI sockets


You need to read it again; HDMI Connections: Yes
Item - colon - answer. Not meant to be read as; No HDMI Connections. < The 'No' in this being the answer to DNLA:


Edited by: "anglo" 28th Aug 2012
Now £79
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