SEIZO SO32HD02UK 32" LED TV 2 x HDMI Was £229.99 now £129 delivered @ Currys
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SEIZO SO32HD02UK 32" LED TV 2 x HDMI Was £229.99 now £129 delivered @ Currys

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Found 15th Nov
Black Friday price now. Lowest price

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Top features:
- HD screen with great quality audio
- Energy efficient performance helps to reduce costs
- Freeview gives subscription-free access to a range of TV channels

HD screen
Featuring a HD screen, the Seizo SO32HD02UK 32" Smart LED TV is great for watching your favourite shows and films.

Enjoy great sound quality with the two speakers for 8 W of audio, or enhance every moment by connecting a sound bar or speakers with the digital optical port.

Energyefficient
With an energy rating of A, the 32HD02 is an ideal choice for home entertainment which will also save you money on your household bills. High-efficiency LED panels mean that you can watch your favourite shows without having to worry about your energy consumption.

Freeview
With free access to over 50 TV channels, Freeview lets you watch a wide variety of content – all without the need for a subscription.

32 Comments

Good price but worth noting it's only 720p not 1080p

Its good for a cheap present i guess. Personally never heard of this brand

dont think its smart, description poss wrong

Looks a ok TV for money and reviews look good, ordered for in laws 🏼

Not a smart tv just checked in store

Sounds like a good deal.

Not a bad price for a TV, but not 1080p which I would personally would want for any TV. Still most HD channels are broadcast in 720p anyway so not a real issue. However a lack of freeview HD channels sucks a bit. Still for the price heat added.

I'm a bit dim when it comes to these new tv's. I've got internet but no router, can I use this tv without one?

I don't watch anything in 1080.
I have 3 blu-ray players - only because they are good media players. No discs.
Freeview HD looks fine on my cheapo 65" tesco telly so I reckon it will be more than acceptable on this little set.
Oops - didn't realise no HD tuner , not really a deal breaker.

nanna.jay18 m ago

I'm a bit dim when it comes to these new tv's. I've got internet but no …I'm a bit dim when it comes to these new tv's. I've got internet but no router, can I use this tv without one?

This is not a Smart TV

You could add a Chromecast Dongle etc etc but you need WiFi for that

What are your plans for this TV?

nanna.jay19 m ago

I'm a bit dim when it comes to these new tv's. I've got internet but no …I'm a bit dim when it comes to these new tv's. I've got internet but no router, can I use this tv without one?


its just a normal tv, dont need internet to use it.

if you can connect your pc, laptop, tablet, phone to the telly then you can use it to browse etc as you would with any other monitor. (via hdmi-hdmi connections)

you could get those internet boxes that connect to your telly and internet and you'd get much the same thing (eg now tv or similar . (via hdmi-hdmi connections)

wendy077 m ago

its just a normal tv, dont need internet to use it.if you can connect your …its just a normal tv, dont need internet to use it.if you can connect your pc, laptop, tablet, phone to the telly then you can use it to browse etc as you would with any other monitor. (via hdmi-hdmi connections)you could get those internet boxes that connect to your telly and internet and you'd get much the same thing (eg now tv or similar . (via hdmi-hdmi connections)



Gollywood8 m ago

This is not a Smart TVYou could add a Chromecast Dongle etc etc but you …This is not a Smart TVYou could add a Chromecast Dongle etc etc but you need WiFi for thatWhat are your plans for this TV?


Be good to have iplayer etc, but I guess I could get that via the laptop?

petermcgregor141 h, 40 m ago

Not a bad price for a TV, but not 1080p which I would personally would …Not a bad price for a TV, but not 1080p which I would personally would want for any TV. Still most HD channels are broadcast in 720p anyway so not a real issue. However a lack of freeview HD channels sucks a bit. Still for the price heat added.


Broadcast HD is 1080i and sometimes 1080p. Not 720p.

zzzz1 h, 24 m ago

I don't watch anything in 1080.I have 3 blu-ray players - only because …I don't watch anything in 1080.I have 3 blu-ray players - only because they are good media players. No discs.Freeview HD looks fine on my cheapo 65" tesco telly so I reckon it will be more than acceptable on this little set.Oops - didn't realise no HD tuner , not really a deal breaker.


Freeview HD is 1080.

shawty198430 m ago

Broadcast HD is 1080i and sometimes 1080p. Not 720p.


this could be correct, I cannot however be bothered to google to confirm

petermcgregor1413 m ago

this could be correct, I cannot however be bothered to google to confirm …this could be correct, I cannot however be bothered to google to confirm


There is no need to Google. Broadcast HD in the UK is 1080i. I don't believe it's ever been 720p.

Vouchercloud are doing a spend 100 and get a £10 Voucher back for Currys at the moment

Wiki says "It was announced on 10 February 2009, that the signal would be encoded with MPEG-4 AVC High Profile Level 4, which supports up to 1080i30/1080p30, so 1080p50 cannot be used"
UP TO being very relevant.
Isn't 1080i only half of 1080p , sort of improved SD , 540 ???

radioandtelly.co.uk/fre…tml
What resolution does Freeview HD broadcast in?
  • Freeview HD broadcasts in 720p and 1080i

I always thought it was 720p on freeview and 1080i sky HD with tests at other higher rates in London.

zzzz19 m ago

Wiki says "It was announced on 10 February 2009, that the signal would be …Wiki says "It was announced on 10 February 2009, that the signal would be encoded with MPEG-4 AVC High Profile Level 4, which supports up to 1080i30/1080p30, so 1080p50 cannot be used"UP TO being very relevant.Isn't 1080i only half of 1080p , sort of improved SD , 540 ???


No 1080i is 1080i. Image quality wise, it's no different to 1080p. The resolution of 1080i is 1920 x 1080 the same as 1080p.

zzzz5 m ago

https://www.radioandtelly.co.uk/freeviewhdquestions.htmlWhat resolution …https://www.radioandtelly.co.uk/freeviewhdquestions.htmlWhat resolution does Freeview HD broadcast in?Freeview HD broadcasts in 720p and 1080iI always thought it was 720p on freeview and 1080i sky HD with tests at other higher rates in London.


Broadcast HD in the UK is 1080i.

jetdee4 h, 26 m ago

Vouchercloud are doing a spend 100 and get a £10 Voucher back for Currys …Vouchercloud are doing a spend 100 and get a £10 Voucher back for Currys at the moment


Do you know what the code is?

Check the statistacs, 720p HD "Ready"

Deal's not Hot. Neva hot.

Dilithium3 h, 11 m ago

Do you know what the code is?


It’s tracked like quidco , follow the link in my first post

ismael.florit1 h, 48 m ago

Check the statistacs, 720p HD "Ready"Deal's not Hot. Neva hot.


Find me a 32 inch tv cheaper ?

Deals hot. Always was.

shawty19848 h, 33 m ago

No 1080i is 1080i. Image quality wise, it's no different to 1080p. The …No 1080i is 1080i. Image quality wise, it's no different to 1080p. The resolution of 1080i is 1920 x 1080 the same as 1080p.


Half the amount of full frames tho

Sawb4 h, 13 m ago

Half the amount of full frames tho


But it's still 1080i and nothing else. The information and image quality is the same as 1080p. People compare 720p and 1080i saying they are similar. They aren't. Plus think what you are seeing on the screen with 1080i. You're seeing the full image.
Edited by: "shawty1984" 16th Nov

shawty198414 m ago

But it's still 1080i and nothing else. The information and image quality …But it's still 1080i and nothing else. The information and image quality is the same as 1080p. People compare 720p and 1080i saying they are similar. They aren't. Plus think what you are seeing on the screen with 1080i. You're seeing the full image.


Uhh no, the i stands for interlaced, meaning a broadcast at 1080i 50 frames is actually only 25 whole frames, plus no modern tv displays interlaced material meaning processing has to take place, people compare the quality because in certain circumstances they are very comparable, the better frame rate on 720p would usually favour sport (fast action)

Sawb4 h, 19 m ago

Uhh no, the i stands for interlaced, meaning a broadcast at 1080i 50 …Uhh no, the i stands for interlaced, meaning a broadcast at 1080i 50 frames is actually only 25 whole frames, plus no modern tv displays interlaced material meaning processing has to take place, people compare the quality because in certain circumstances they are very comparable, the better frame rate on 720p would usually favour sport (fast action)


Erm yes.

I know what interlaced is, that's not the argument here and is also moot as like you say, modern TVs will change it to progressive. It's also moot because broadcast HD in the UK is 1080i and you can't change that.

The argument that 720p and 1080i are the same or similar dates back to when HD Ready Tv's were advertised as 720p/1080i so people assumed because you were feeding it a 1080i signal that you were looking at 1080i image thus 720p and 1080i looked the same. This was wrong. The image you were seeing was 1080i downscaled to 720p (or 768p on most TVs) thus there not been much difference. 720p and 1080i look totally different. Yes progressive is better for motion but as pointed out that's moot because broadcast HD isn't progressive.

jetdee11 h, 17 m ago

Find me a 32 inch tv cheaper ?Deals hot. Always was.


But but, value isn't only found in the abstract concept of money.

nanna.jay15th Nov

Be good to have iplayer etc, but I guess I could get that via the laptop?



yes. no problem.

Is this their idea of Black Friday? The price I'm seeing is £149. ???
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