Sanyo 32" LED LCD TV Asda Instore
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Sanyo 32" LED LCD TV Asda Instore

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Found 20th Jan 2011Made hot 21st Jan 2011
Just picked up a 32" Sanyo LED LCD TV from asda instore for £250.

Looks really nice in a dark silver colour, and feels like a quality built set.

Apparently they play MKV via the USB slot too.

Model number is CE32LD17E-B

Cheap I think as the cheapest 32" LCD (toshiba) i could find is £229.99

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Has it got pc ports (dvi / vga / etc)?

Original Poster

Its got a pc in, 2 hdmi, 2 scarts, usb, av in, and 2 usb on side

tempted to get this for the kitchen!

Is it full hd also how many hdmi ports?
Thanks

do they have it online as my local asda is rubbish with electricals

Original Poster

just checked think its a vga, 2 usb on back and 2 usb on side

Original Poster

2 hdmi
its only 720p, but then a lot of the led's are I think.
I believe the LED give better contrast and blacks

freeview?? full hd?

Original Poster

Not checked online......sorry.

Original Poster

Freeview built in

cheers buddy.....

Chet

http://direct.asda.com/Sanyo-32in-LED-TV/000503361,default,pd.htmlOOS … http://direct.asda.com/Sanyo-32in-LED-TV/000503361,default,pd.htmlOOS online but helpful for specs



Also check out reviews - suggest it an LCD and not an LED. Seems a bit wierd as its clearly described as LED on asdas own website!

Original Poster

well its only about 3cm thick and says LED LCD on the box.

Nice looking TV that feels really well made (no creaking plastic case !!)

If the part number is CE32LD17E-B then try this link to the manual - says LCD all through it:

uk.sanyo.com/Ass…pdf

Its an LED TV but the nitpickers say its an LCD TV with LED backlighting

Catman99Its an LED TV but the nitpickers say its an LCD TV with LED … Catman99Its an LED TV but the nitpickers say its an LCD TV with LED backlighting



I know what you mean. Gets a bit boring. Helpful to start with, but by 'eck I'm sick of hearing it now. I suppose someone might need to know but once in a thread should be adequate. Better still if it's in the 1st post so the need to state would be wiped out.

To me the main thing is that LED of whatever sort are usually thin. For my needs, and to gain some much needed space a thin set is #1 priority. And if Asda near me stock this there's a good chance I'll be £250 lighter this time tomorow.

Thats what LED tv's are , LCD's with LED backlighting instead of standard lighting.

Great Tv for 250

Catman99

Its an LED TV but the nitpickers say its an LCD TV with LED backlighting



Not it's an LCD with LED backlight perhaps you can point to these magical LED TVs (apart from the huge outdoor sets that is) ALL of the LED ones are just the backlight the ASA spanked the ads not long ago when retailers were just saying they were LED as it's misleading to some

Catman99

Its an LED TV but the nitpickers say its an LCD TV with LED backlighting



That's because its a fact!

Quite a few comments about this set here...some useful

hotukdeals.com/dea…148

simate

That's because its a fact!



No, it's two facts.
(I don't know whether to sigh or say whoosh. The subtleties of communication through t'internets.)

To me the main thing is that LED of whatever sort are usually thin. For … To me the main thing is that LED of whatever sort are usually thin. For my needs, and to gain some much needed space a thin set is #1 priority. And if Asda near me stock this there's a good chance I'll be £250 lighter this time tomorow.



Just how short are you for space??? As difference is about 2 or 3 cm!!

Wow, it is getting like AV Forums on here with the pedants.

"LED LCD" in the title, what more do you want?

£268 in my local store & only display model left.

Colour Silver/Grey
Model Number CE32LD17E-B
Screen Size (inch) 32
Screen Size (cm) 94
Widescreen Yes
HD Ready Yes
1080p Full HD No
Screen Resolution 1366 X 768
Contrast Ratio 3000:01:00
Number of HDMI Sockets 2
Number of Scart Sockets 2
Teletext Teletext
Wall Mountable Yes
Electronic Programme Guide Yes
Audio Enhancement Technology SRS Trusound
Nicam Stereo Sound Yes
Dimensions (WxDxH in cm) H49.8 x W77.7 x D3.7
Weight 10.1
Component Video In Socket Yes
S-Video In Socket 1
AV In Socket 1
Built In DVD Player No
Remote Control Yes
Energy Efficiency Recommended No

In the waste disposal section of the manual it speaks about the Cold Cathode Tube, suggesting it is not LED side lit. This could easily be a standard precautions page/ copy and paste job. It also says the power draw is 135 watts which sounds on par for an LED and well below average for conventional Cold Cathode Tube back lighting. As other posters have mentioned, the dimensions also suggest it is LED side lit. It's frustrating that no one has been able to find a good objective review of the TV. That would be quite useful.

Well posted. I may take a look in my Asda this evening as I'm looking for a 32in for my VR3...

Cheers

Johnboy_1975To me the main thing is that LED of whatever sort are usually … Johnboy_1975To me the main thing is that LED of whatever sort are usually thin. For my needs, and to gain some much needed space a thin set is #1 priority.Just how short are you for space??? As difference is about 2 or 3 cm!!



Heheh... VERY!

We've got a big old CRT at the moment right next to some unused shelving. Onto which wardrobe doors close so there's roughly 8cm to play with. The telly + wall mount needs to amount to less or the doors won't shut. Or the telly would smash!

mike61

Thats what LED tv's are , LCD's with LED backlighting instead of standard … Thats what LED tv's are , LCD's with LED backlighting instead of standard lighting.



Why cant people understand this?? there is no such thing as an LED TV for the domestic market they are all LCD but as you say with differing backlighting. You can get side lit LEDs or more expensive back lit
Edited by: "harrythedog" 21st Jan 2011

Has anyone else bought / seen them for £250?

Would it be worth asking if they'd sell display model cheaper? Though my store was selling them for £268????

alternatively there is a Sanyo on ebuyer for similar price in black

ebuyer.com/pro…816

mminghella

Wow, it is getting like AV Forums on here with the pedants."LED LCD" in … Wow, it is getting like AV Forums on here with the pedants."LED LCD" in the title, what more do you want?



You're not wrong!, while some glaring errors do need pointing out it seems some members seem hell bent on being the most technically correct and go to extremes to prove their point.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 21st Jan 2011

I love my LED tv, it's got a nice bright LCD screen, has standard backlighting and a nice little red LED to indicate the power is on

Can anyone who`s purchased this tv let me know the model number listed on the box itself and does it say led/lcd ive just rang my local asda and they have a CE32LD17-B 32" lcd in stock @ £268 is this likely to be the same tv ? it doesnt have the letter E in the model title wonder how this compares to the 32" lcd samsungs for £300 i know they are full hd and have good multimedia playback

Edited by: "mickymcd" 22nd Jan 2011

Banned

Catman99

Its an LED TV but the nitpickers say its an LCD TV with LED backlighting


at least the nitpickers are accurate, unlike you spreading misinformation!

csiman

at least the nitpickers are accurate, unlike you spreading misinformation!



Ho Ho Ho so I'm wrong because the ASA said I'm wrong - since when did the ASA become the final arbiters of definitions....so far as I'm aware they only cover what's acceptable in TV adverts.....TV manufacturers were and still are calling them LED TV's and the general public mainly know that LED TV's are thinner and better and more expensive. When 'real' LED TV's come out they'll be given a new catchy moniker like AMOLED....

Does it come with remote control?

Batteries included with remote? what about teletext has it got this function?
It a looker but a LED LCD must be heavy in it? will it not fall off the wall? looks like plastic
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