Offer Stack - Technika 32G22B 32 Inch HD Ready 720P Slim Led TV with Freeview HD and JBL Speakers Plus NOW TV Smart box, with a 3 months Sky Entertainment £149 Del w/code @ Tesco Direct
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Offer Stack - Technika 32G22B 32 Inch HD Ready 720P Slim Led TV with Freeview HD and JBL Speakers Plus NOW TV Smart box, with a 3 months Sky Entertainment £149 Del w/code @ Tesco Direct

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Found 22nd Dec 2017
Thought this wasn't a bad offer, Tesco Direct currently have a few offers on that will stack, eg money off codes + Buy any TV and get a NOW TV Smart box with a 3 months Sky Entertainment pass for only £10 + Free Delivery on ALL TV's.

Technika 32G22B 32 Inch HD Ready 720P Slim Led TV with Freeview HD and JBL Speakers £159 + NOW TV Smart box with a 3 months Sky Entertainment pass for only £10 = £169 use code TDX-GRYK to take an extra £20 off at checkout + Free Delivery offer kicks in too.


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The Technika 32G22B TV delivers an immersive viewing experience, with a large 32-inch display and integrated JBL speakers. Keep up to date with your favourite entertainment with over 70 free channels with Freeview HD. This slim and stylish Technika TV comes in black.

HD-ready TV with powerful speakers

Breathe life into the latest movies and series with an impressive HD-ready display on this Technika TV. The 32-inch TV screen delivers accurate colours and images in 720p resolution. The LED TV produces crisp whites and dark black tones in the same image, for greater depth and realism.

Built-in JBL speakers emit powerful and clean audio. Videos are immersive with dynamic sound.

Freeview HD

Built-in Freeview HD gives you unlimited access to 70 channels, including 15 channels in high definition. Subscription-free channels include Dave, Film4 and E4, with BBC One, ITV1 and more available in high definition. Enjoy the latest movies and series in stunning definition on this 32-inch Technika TV.

Complete connectivity

Competitive gaming is a breeze with this large 32-inch TV. Plug your games consoles and DVD players into the TV’s three HDMI ports. Experience your home videos and pictures on the 32-inch TV screen, and stream music through the JBL speakers via a USB device with the TV’s designated port.

Save on the cost of your energy bills with this Technika HD Ready TV, rated A for energy efficiency.
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Hot, this is a great deal.
Good way to bring the tv down in price if you can get a refund on the extra bits
720p though? Don't get me wrong great find OP but shame its not 1080p.

Good research on stacking codes so heat added either way
great deal op; well found
I put the code in and the price is £139?!
Great tv. Full hd not needed for a 32 inch
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I will never understand why they changed the panel in this (used to be 1080p). You don't need 1080p in a 32" panel? Absolute nonsense, your eyes must be very weakened for that to be the case
They have them in store - guessing they won’t reduce price by £20 to fulfill the online code
muddym200230 m ago

I put the code in and the price is £139?!


Did you add the Now box?
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marteee52 m ago

I will never understand why they changed the panel in this (used to be …I will never understand why they changed the panel in this (used to be 1080p). You don't need 1080p in a 32" panel? Absolute nonsense, your eyes must be very weakened for that to be the case


The panel didn't change, there are two versions, one has -FHD on its model name and is 1080p, the other (this one) is just HD.

720 would be fine for me as a second set. I'm not one of those who scrutinises the picture, I just watch the content.
PasPer250 m ago

They have them in store - guessing they won’t reduce price by £20 to fu …They have them in store - guessing they won’t reduce price by £20 to fulfill the online code


I'd get one if they did. Cant see it though.
They still make HD ready TVs?! Brrr.
dead4red6914 m ago

They still make HD ready TVs?! Brrr.


I know right. Soon 1080p will be the thing of the past
deleted9096822nd Dec 2017

The panel didn't change, there are two versions, one has -FHD on its model …The panel didn't change, there are two versions, one has -FHD on its model name and is 1080p, the other (this one) is just HD. 720 would be fine for me as a second set. I'm not one of those who scrutinises the picture, I just watch the content.


Are you sure about that? Where is the 1080p version? Haven't seen it for about a year
Torn between this and a smart tv with 5 year warranty for £199.
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marteee18 m ago

Are you sure about that? Where is the 1080p version? Haven't seen it for …Are you sure about that? Where is the 1080p version? Haven't seen it for about a year



umc-uk.co.uk/Man…pdf
As say a bedroom TV at this size I don't have much of an issue with 720p. The HD channels should look pretty good down scaled to 720p. Most of the freeview channels are still SD anyway so less scaling required (which generally gives a better picture).
If using the Now TV box the steamed content is 720p anyway so no scaling required.

Not a bad deal really.
deleted9096822nd Dec 2017

http://www.umc-uk.co.uk/Manuals/Technika/32 models/User Guide - 32-40 inch …http://www.umc-uk.co.uk/Manuals/Technika/32 models/User Guide - 32-40 inch O models - TEC-MAN-0099 vWEB.pdf


They don't sell it anymore, as I said!
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marteee19 m ago

They don't sell it anymore, as I said!


They are for sale on Tesco Ebay outlet.
And I think you said they changed the panel in this TV, not discontinued another model version.
deleted9096822nd Dec 2017

They are for sale on Tesco Ebay outlet. And I think you said they changed …They are for sale on Tesco Ebay outlet. And I think you said they changed the panel in this TV, not discontinued another model version.


They did. The 720p product that was available when then they sold the 1080p in the same profile as this one had a built in dvd player (which I think they still sell). The 1080p "thin" one was discontinued just after Xmas last year. They sold them off (unfortunately I couldn't get one)
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marteee10 m ago

They did. The 720p product that was available when then they sold the …They did. The 720p product that was available when then they sold the 1080p in the same profile as this one had a built in dvd player (which I think they still sell). The 1080p "thin" one was discontinued just after Xmas last year. They sold them off (unfortunately I couldn't get one)


They probably just discontinued both but have more 720s left and knocking them out cheap.
Have a HDMI!???????
You need to change the picture, the picture is the built in DVD version
I bought a Technika TV from Tesco 2 years ago for my daughters bedroom. After 2 weeks one of the HDMI's packed up ( the sound stopped and the picture went pink) so took it back for another.
Last night the replacement one did the same so have swapped to the other HDMI.
She doesn't watch it that often either.
This is a great deal. Have decided to downsize my TV as I rarely watch it and it does freeview record which is a bonus as I can get the showcase Europe games for the rest of year till it shuts and three hdmis means I connect my vu+ sky and computer. It allows audio in for sound and you can get no quibble 6 months extra if you register the product. I would go guardian article to get 18 months to 2 years EU regs but if you get over 2 years you've had your money's worth hot
Further to my previous post you can't record freeview whilst watching hdmi, if you press source it asks you if you want to end your recording. It still lets you record in standby so the record is only really good for timeslip or timer or one touch record and leave it recording or if you want to keep what your watching. Also as per freeview requirements you can take the recording off the pen drive but you can't play it elsewhere it's encrypted. I'm ok though with my vu+ freesat box
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