Philips 32PHT4112/05 32-Inch HD Ready LED TV with Freeview HD - Black (2017 Model) - £150 @ Amazon
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Philips 32PHT4112/05 32-Inch HD Ready LED TV with Freeview HD - Black (2017 Model) - £150 @ Amazon

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Found 28th Mar
Philips HD Ready TV with Freeview HD and Digital Crystal Clear processing

This stylish Philips TV comes with a modern two-feet stand design and a slim bezel, making it perfect for any room around the house. Combined with HD Ready picture quality, Digital Crystal Clear processing, 16w sound output. With Freeview HD built-in you will get a wide selection of channels without subscription costs.
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Geezo, it's a branded 32" TV for £150 delivered, and most of you are moaning about it being HD Ready? This is obviously not a full HD 4K 3D super duper TV, but I tell you what, there's a bunch of people that 1) wouldn't be able to see the difference between full HD and HD Ready, especially if watching standard definition channels and DVDs and 2) it's a good price for a kids/spare bedroom TV, doctor's waiting rooms, any place where full HD is not going to be needed or appreciated.

Some people...
Edited by: "bleachingshane" 28th Mar
I know it's cheap but HD Ready? 720p in 2018? Well, 2017 model but still, that seems mad..
It's unfair that people are voting this cold.

It would be good for viewing VHS cassettes.
bleachingshane13 h, 45 m ago

Geezo, it's a branded 32" TV for £150 delivered, and most of you are …Geezo, it's a branded 32" TV for £150 delivered, and most of you are moaning about it being HD Ready? This is obviously not a full HD 4K 3D super duper TV, but I tell you what, there's a bunch of people that 1) wouldn't be able to see the difference between full HD and HD Ready, especially if watching standard definition channels and DVDs and 2) it's a good price for a kids/spare bedroom TV, doctor's waiting rooms, any place where full HD is not going to be needed or appreciated.Some people...


I bet it’s still a better quality TV than the loads of Blaupunkts and Polaroid Vestel TVs people flock to every Black Friday.
Edited by: "Deadpooled" 29th Mar
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I know it's cheap but HD Ready? 720p in 2018? Well, 2017 model but still, that seems mad..
Spence111516 m ago

I know it's cheap but HD Ready? 720p in 2018? Well, 2017 model but still, …I know it's cheap but HD Ready? 720p in 2018? Well, 2017 model but still, that seems mad..


like how there's still selling standard dvds, and blue Ray is still the premium ,
Yeah, 32” 720p? You would have to sit at least 20-30ft away from it, to not see the pixels..
Any major tv network does 1080p now, not to mention rented movies, or services like Netflix.
I would not buy this..Is cheap, because they couldn’t sell them off, but they don’t want to lose money on them so they drop the price. If you wan’t a cheap screen for your kid or something, I guess it’s okay, otherwise cold.
I have a 32" 2k pc monitor but also still rocking a 32" 720p Sony Bravia in the Living room. At 10ft away it's roughly the same size as holding a phone at arms length so the resolution doesn't bother me...... Although i wouldn't buy one in 2018. Also, this says it's reduced by 25% from £200 for me, so not as good a deal as the title suggests.
Geezo, it's a branded 32" TV for £150 delivered, and most of you are moaning about it being HD Ready? This is obviously not a full HD 4K 3D super duper TV, but I tell you what, there's a bunch of people that 1) wouldn't be able to see the difference between full HD and HD Ready, especially if watching standard definition channels and DVDs and 2) it's a good price for a kids/spare bedroom TV, doctor's waiting rooms, any place where full HD is not going to be needed or appreciated.

Some people...
Edited by: "bleachingshane" 28th Mar
It's unfair that people are voting this cold.

It would be good for viewing VHS cassettes.
Even better to watch the betamax tapes on
Voted hot as it's not a bad price for a new TV with specs good enough for kids room.
Still... I end up using Amazon less and less now as all their "discounts" are bogus in amounts. And I'm getting tired of searching the Web for the real prices before I commit to purchase on Amazon with their "Huge" discount
Edited by: "itlums" 29th Mar
bleachingshane13 h, 45 m ago

Geezo, it's a branded 32" TV for £150 delivered, and most of you are …Geezo, it's a branded 32" TV for £150 delivered, and most of you are moaning about it being HD Ready? This is obviously not a full HD 4K 3D super duper TV, but I tell you what, there's a bunch of people that 1) wouldn't be able to see the difference between full HD and HD Ready, especially if watching standard definition channels and DVDs and 2) it's a good price for a kids/spare bedroom TV, doctor's waiting rooms, any place where full HD is not going to be needed or appreciated.Some people...


I bet it’s still a better quality TV than the loads of Blaupunkts and Polaroid Vestel TVs people flock to every Black Friday.
Edited by: "Deadpooled" 29th Mar
Tvs have become so cheap.i remember 7 years ago I bought a similar size sony bravia for £550
Use it with now tv and you have a cheap setup.
Put a decent quality 720p TV next to a 1080p TV (especially a cheap one) and you'll struggle to see the difference. On-screen text will be a bit sharper, but it's hard to spot the difference in general picture quality. People get so hung up on resolution, there are far more important components to a good visual image than simply resolution.
Dodge6216 m ago

Put a decent quality 720p TV next to a 1080p TV (especially a cheap one) …Put a decent quality 720p TV next to a 1080p TV (especially a cheap one) and you'll struggle to see the difference. On-screen text will be a bit sharper, but it's hard to spot the difference in general picture quality. People get so hung up on resolution, there are far more important components to a good visual image than simply resolution.


For example this one currys.co.uk/gbu…tml 720p HD Ready, yet with HDR (likely 8bit for that price), X Reality Pro enhancement, Motionflow processing rate 400Hz and edgelit LED, it has picture quality far superior to HD Ready equivalents.
Edited by: "Deadpooled" 29th Mar
ThomasMatyus16 h, 7 m ago

Yeah, 32” 720p? You would have to sit at least 20-30ft away from it, to n …Yeah, 32” 720p? You would have to sit at least 20-30ft away from it, to not see the pixels..Any major tv network does 1080p now, not to mention rented movies, or services like Netflix.I would not buy this..Is cheap, because they couldn’t sell them off, but they don’t want to lose money on them so they drop the price. If you wan’t a cheap screen for your kid or something, I guess it’s okay, otherwise cold.



9' you can't tell much different with films. Only time you can see it is with PC text. I guess if you have a visual impairment then it would make sense to get a 720p set the same as if you had a hearing impairment you wouldn't be too bothered about the sound quality.
Terrible price and who wants a 720p 32" these days really? Is this 2013? Did I slip in a time machine? Really not sure why this is so hot and I don't post much on deals
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Jordyi1 h, 8 m ago

Terrible price and who wants a 720p 32" these days really? Is this 2013? …Terrible price and who wants a 720p 32" these days really? Is this 2013? Did I slip in a time machine? Really not sure why this is so hot and I don't post much on deals


People who are poor or if it's for a kids bedroom or spare room or waiting area many uses 6 or 7 years back this tv worth 500 plus
Philips 32" for £150

Perfectly fine
I'm just fed up because you hardly see 32" TVs at 1080p these days. They seem to think everyone wants a ridiculase 50" idiot box plastered to their wall these days.
MadeInBeats1 h, 15 m ago

I'm just fed up because you hardly see 32" TVs at 1080p these days. They …I'm just fed up because you hardly see 32" TVs at 1080p these days. They seem to think everyone wants a ridiculase 50" idiot box plastered to their wall these days.



Even good quality 40" TVs are disappearing fast, why are we pushing for bigger and bigger TVs when house sizes are hardly increasing?! My first LCD was a cracking Sony 32" which cost over a grand back in the day. Still works but is now in the bedroom. Shame they've made the smaller sizes obsolete, especially premium sets.
bleachingshane3 m ago

Even good quality 40" TVs are disappearing fast, why are we pushing for …Even good quality 40" TVs are disappearing fast, why are we pushing for bigger and bigger TVs when house sizes are hardly increasing?! My first LCD was a cracking Sony 32" which cost over a grand back in the day. Still works but is now in the bedroom. Shame they've made the smaller sizes obsolete, especially premium sets.


I know. And people are sat like 6 feet away from it at most having to move their eyes constantly because they can't take in the full picture. Madness. But bigger is better apparently
MadeInBeats6 m ago

I know. And people are sat like 6 feet away from it at most having to move …I know. And people are sat like 6 feet away from it at most having to move their eyes constantly because they can't take in the full picture. Madness. But bigger is better apparently


Exactly... Great, you've got a huge screen, do you know the optimal distance you need to sit away from it to see the whole picture? Why on earth are there not 40" OLED TVs for people in the market for great picture quality but not a 55" behemoth?!
hass1238 h, 1 m ago

I bet it’s still a better quality TV than the loads of Blaupunkts and P …I bet it’s still a better quality TV than the loads of Blaupunkts and Polaroid Vestel TVs people flock to every Black Friday.


In fairness the 40" Sharp (UMC) Black Friday deal at Tesco last year was excellent at £179, and not at all a bad smart TV setup for the bedroom.
Dodge6213 h, 28 m ago

Put a decent quality 720p TV next to a 1080p TV (especially a cheap one) …Put a decent quality 720p TV next to a 1080p TV (especially a cheap one) and you'll struggle to see the difference. On-screen text will be a bit sharper, but it's hard to spot the difference in general picture quality. People get so hung up on resolution, there are far more important components to a good visual image than simply resolution.



Agree 100%, but this ain't a quality 720p TV.
And if as mentioned it's good for people who are 'poor' then they need to start sorting their life out rather than wasting their benefits on TVs.
bleachingshane28th Mar

Geezo, it's a branded 32" TV for £150 delivered, and most of you are …Geezo, it's a branded 32" TV for £150 delivered, and most of you are moaning about it being HD Ready? This is obviously not a full HD 4K 3D super duper TV, but I tell you what, there's a bunch of people that 1) wouldn't be able to see the difference between full HD and HD Ready, especially if watching standard definition channels and DVDs and 2) it's a good price for a kids/spare bedroom TV, doctor's waiting rooms, any place where full HD is not going to be needed or appreciated.Some people...


I bought a branded 32" HD Ready TV for 130 pounds about 3-4 years ago. Maybe im naive but after few years ive been expecting either some progress or prices falling.
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