Refurbished 32" Crown LCD TV was £294.99 to £200 at woolworths
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Refurbished 32" Crown LCD TV was £294.99 to £200 at woolworths

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Found 30th Aug 2008
Was: £294.99

Save: £94.99

Now: £200.00

Description

Bring the cinema experience home with the Refurbished Crown 32" LCD TV. Featuring a massive 32" flat screen display and NICAM stereo, watching the TV will never be the same again. Comes with remote control.

Buying a refurbished item is a good way to get a great product at a bargain price. All our refurbished items have been sent to a specialist refurbishment company where they are inspected, restored to original specification, tested and repackaged for resale.



Features



Teletext
100 programs
Easy programming
Multicolour on screen display
Child protection
Programmable sleep timer
2 x SCART Jack
Remote control
Model number CTT3207W

17 Comments

good find ed - thanks - at least with woolworths if anything goes wrong you can take it back to shop -

Taken from Crown website
Channel Auto Search and Store
1366 X 768 Resolution
Brightness 500 Cd/m²
Contrast Ratio 600:1
Viewing Angle:
Horizontal 170
Vertical 170
Fast Text
Stereo/NICAM/virtual Dolby
PC Compatible
Also available as HD Ready and IDTV

so this aint hd ready?

ALICOM007;2857342

so this aint hd ready?


According to DVD Reviewer
Judging by the resolution it is but without HDMI input it isn't
Make sense

how long is warranty

I've had one of these for a couple of years and they're not brilliant... not even for this money

the ghosting is awful and when you have contrasting light against dark colours it looks like the image wobbles, very poor even for a bedroom

ALICOM007;2857604

how long is warranty



should be 12 months but if not you can return it within 28 days for full refund (it's free if you return the tv to a shop.).

pet2000;2857618

Is definately NOT HD! £200 is prob. too much for this TV, should be £150 … Is definately NOT HD! £200 is prob. too much for this TV, should be £150 or less.2x further reviews:http://www.ciao.co.uk/Crown_CTT3207W__Review_5630985http://www.dvd.reviewer.co.uk/forums/thread.asp?Forum=223&Thread=649373Crown web site:http://www.crowncorporation.co.uk/television/details/index.asp?ProductID=73#



It IS HD, given that the resolution corresponds to that of 720p; albeit therefore, not "full"-HD ready. Although the fact that it has no input options that would allow anything of a HD nature to be displayed on screen, is a slightly confusing.

However, I have recently sold this TV (for just over half this price!!), after having used it for 4 years and it gives an excellent SD picture and a very good one from HD sources/broadcasts, albeit via medium that perhaps isn't designed to carry the HD inputs.

It's a good price for what you're getting, but given the lack of inputs, and that it is refurbished (sometimes a grey-area to be dealing with), i'd expect to pay probably nearer £150-odd mark, if I was buying it now.

Not bad though

The confusing bit I find is that people in the forums say it is not HD. I myself actually don't know exactly what this means and if I would need HD. Someone said there is a DVI input. Would this mean I could plug-in a HD source with an adapter?

"100 programs" it's an analogue TV, therefore only 5 channels, 2011 no channels!
No in built digital tuner...poor quality, bad deal, put your money towards something decent. :?

Hillzat43;2858675

"100 programs" it's an analogue TV, therefore only 5 channels, 2011 no … "100 programs" it's an analogue TV, therefore only 5 channels, 2011 no channels!No in built digital tuner...poor quality, bad deal, put your money towards something decent. :?




so its analogue - im not a techie - but realise best spending a bit more for digital - repped:thumbsup:

crown= rubbish
refurbished crown = even more rubbish

Original Poster

holly100;2858857

so its analogue - im not a techie - but realise best spending a bit more … so its analogue - im not a techie - but realise best spending a bit more for digital - repped:thumbsup:



me either
i thought it was digital was going to buy my son one 4 xmas wont bother now :oops:

I'm gonna assume that it does have a VGA port by one of the reviews, so you could use HD with an adaptor but nothing HDCP would work. For £200 for a refurbished set, might as well buy the Vistron from ebuyer for new when that goes on sale for £250 again, as it always does. Vistron may not be the best but nor is Crown, plus it's new and is actually HD ready rather than being theoretically capable of showing a HD picture if you can put the sound through something else.
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