Seiki SE39HO04UK 39" TV - Black - £149 @ AO
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Seiki SE39HO04UK 39" TV - Black - £149 @ AO

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Found 6th Jan
This is the best deal on the net Was £169.00 Now £149.00 Bargain!

Seiki 39" LED HD

Key Features

720p HD Ready - Great picture

Freeview - great selection of channels

3 HDMI ports for consoles and Blu-ray players

1 USB port for connecting external devices

Play movies, music and photos from your USB device

15 Comments

Same price with boots electricals and ao eBay, though a potential 11% quidco on the OS.

I'm tempted for the spare room like.Though 720p on a 39" telly can't look great?

Ed Winchester

Same price with boots electricals and ao eBay, though a potential 11% … Same price with boots electricals and ao eBay, though a potential 11% quidco on the OS.I'm tempted for the spare room like.Though 720p on a 39" telly can't look great?



Depends on how far you're sitting from it. anything more than 7 foot and you won't see any difference between 720p and 4k more or less.[img]avforums.com/ima…php?imageparameters=editorial/products/38c56aa3af5093a6cc7282bb9bf5eee8_0.jpg[/img]

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t3hfunk3r

Depends on how far you're sitting from it. anything more than 7 foot and … Depends on how far you're sitting from it. anything more than 7 foot and you won't see any difference between 720p and 4k more or less.[img]https://www.avforums.com/image.php?imageparameters=editorial/products/38c56aa3af5093a6cc7282bb9bf5eee8_0.jpg[/img]


That's simply not true

t3hfunk3r

Depends on how far you're sitting from it. anything more than 7 foot and … Depends on how far you're sitting from it. anything more than 7 foot and you won't see any difference between 720p and 4k more or less.[img]https://www.avforums.com/image.php?imageparameters=editorial/products/38c56aa3af5093a6cc7282bb9bf5eee8_0.jpg[/img]



​heh see a doctor about those eyes before you hurt yourself

bleachedsmiles

​heh see a doctor about those eyes before you hurt yourself




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I bought the full HD 43" version about 6 months ago.

Although not a fan of 'supermarket' type TVs this one really impressed me

apart from the sound is below awful on these seikis

Kids this is a bargain great picture great reviews

got this for my boy's bedroom for xmas good TV for the money

Great price, I'd get it if we needed one. For our needs HD (let alone anything more) isn't necessary so it's good there are cheaper options still.

anyone who has this TV tell me the size of the stand

does this have wifi?

Gollywood

I bought the full HD 43" version about 6 months ago. Although not a fan … I bought the full HD 43" version about 6 months ago. Although not a fan of 'supermarket' type TVs this one really impressed me



I have had my 43" Seiki about a year. Its rubbish for Freeview HD , the picture keeps stuttering ( nothing to do with the signal - its the TV ). Its like the processor in the TV isn't up to the job, so keeps dropping frames.
Menus start to get very slow after a while too. You need to do a factory reset to restore the speed ( menu , 0852 brings up the service menu and its the first option ).
I would avoid Seiki unless you are using it with Sky, Virgin or another external source.
though.

simes

I have had my 43" Seiki about a year. Its rubbish for Freeview HD , the … I have had my 43" Seiki about a year. Its rubbish for Freeview HD , the picture keeps stuttering ( nothing to do with the signal - its the TV ). Its like the processor in the TV isn't up to the job, so keeps dropping frames.Menus start to get very slow after a while too. You need to do a factory reset to restore the speed ( menu , 0852 brings up the service menu and its the first option ).I would avoid Seiki unless you are using it with Sky, Virgin or another external source. though.



​Ours is connected to Chromecast & Laptop (as a monitor effectively)

No issues at all

This chart is quite accurate, but it isn't the whole picture. It shows distances for 'Normal vision' or Snellen 6/6, from the charts used to test visual acuity. If you can read the bottom line of most eye charts your vision is the same as 'normal' at about twice the distance. So if you have great eyesight you should be able to double the distances on that chart.
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