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Sense 32" HD Ready LCD TV Digital Freeview, (Samsung Panel) - £299.95 Delivered
Sense 32" HD Ready LCD TV Digital Freeview, (Samsung Panel) - £299.95 Delivered

Sense 32" HD Ready LCD TV Digital Freeview, (Samsung Panel) - £299.95 Delivered

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A Sense of Style..

The Lowest Price in the UK and the Best Looking... Now that makes Sense..

Boasting superb picture clarity and tremedous sound quality, the Sense 32" defines style and functionality. With a host full of connections including 2 x HDMI and a stylish Gloss Black finish the Sense is sure to compliment any room of your home.

Television Picture Features
1080i High Definition Ready.
32 inch High Quality Panel
Resolution 1366x768 pixels.
Receiving 1080P signal
Zero X radiation complies to green environment protection requirement
Soft picture and no harm to your eyes
Integrated digital and analogue
Brightness 500 cd/m2.
Contrast 800:1
60Hz Vertical Frame Rate
Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
Progressive scan.
Interleaved scan
Picture size among 16:9 ,4:3
Connectivity
HDMI socket.
SCART socket.
PC input socket.
S-Video socket
YPBPR socket.
PC audio socket.
2 AV sockets.
2 IN 1 Tuner( digital and analogue combined)
Sound Features
NICAM stereo sound.
Balance, Bass, Treble
DAUL1, DAUL2 ,MONO, STEREO
2 x 6w RMS power output.
Digital picture Features
Digitally interactive.
Digital teletext
Digital index
Picture size between 16:9 and 4:3
Digital subcode
Auto setup.
Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
Manu scan for new channels
Auto scan for new channels.
Electronic programme guide (EPG).
Parental rating
Additional Features
3D noise reduction
UHF and VHF tuner.
Auto setup.
Auto search tuner.
Auto search sorting.
NO signal automatic power off
Sleep timer.
Child lock.
Channel swap
Manual and Fine tune
Freeze Picture
Blue black
Color temperature
OSD transparent
OSD language
Recover a factory constitution
Stand by Power consumption: NTSC compatible.
Remote control requires 2 x 1.5V batteries.
100V240V AC mains operation.
Complete with tabletop stand.
Vesa Standard: 200x400mm
PIP mode
Color system : PAL/SECAM/AUTO
Sound system: :I /BG/DK I/LL/L/AUTO
Dimensions
Size of TV (L)80cm, (W)10.5cm, (H)55cm without stand
Size of TV (L)80cm, (W)20cm, (H)60cm with stand
Weight
Weight of TV14kg without stand
Weight of TV16kg with stand
This TV comes with 12 Months Standard Ebuyer Warranty

48 Comments

Looks great. Heat added.

contrast is pretty low but top price

Hey, i got this delivered last week, It's a really good TV.
The only fault i have is that it takes about 10 seconds for freeview to load up, but after that its great!

http://lukeover.files.wordpress.com/2008/09/l-640-480-78a3eab1-915f-4f75-a2d8-450ffd21e185.jpeg

contrast ratio 800:!??? No thanks stay WELL clear

[QUOTE=loverv;3031044]Hey, i got this delivered last week, It's a really good TV.
The only fault i have is that it takes about 10 seconds for freeview to load up, but after that its great!QUOTE]

REP given for picture, nice one..!

Aren't they usually a lot higher contrast ratio than it states when bought from ebuyer?

I got one, I'm watching it right now in fact.

Good TV for the price, obviously its not going to be Sony quality but for basic TV and HD gaming its great.

Edit: Oh yeah, some of the specs on ebuyer are out-dated and don't reflect the new panel.

Brightness = 550cd/m2
Contrast = 1200:1

sionyboy;3031109

I got one, I'm watching it right now in fact.Good TV for the price, … I got one, I'm watching it right now in fact.Good TV for the price, obviously its not going to be Sony quality but for basic TV and HD gaming its great.Edit: Oh yeah, some of the specs on ebuyer are out-dated and don't reflect the new panel.Brightness = 550cd/m2Contrast = 1200:1



I am still waiting for my Xbox 360 (i had to borrow my brothers to test it. cant wait to try out HD is it anygood?)

We have a Samsung 32" HD TV at work, and TBH i can't see much difference!

Is it worth spending the extra to get a branded 32" though?

richersounds.com/sho…457

That for example.

It is an extra £59.. £59 i couldn't afford to spend..

TBF my LG 32" (£400 at Xmas) takes anywhere from 10 seconds to 2 minutes to start loading in the TV Guide listings, this may be down to signal quality though. Am I likely to see a huge difference in picture quality between my 3000/4000:1 LG and this 1200:1 Sense/Samsung? I only want this as our second TV in the dining room

Surely if you're willing to spend £300, you could push to spend an extra fifth (1/5) of the price and get a much better quality branded TV.

If it is a much better TV that is.

loverv;3031168

It is an extra £59.. £59 i couldn't afford to spend..



It's actually £60.95 to be exact.

"Samsung Panel" is misleading as Samsung buy-in a lot of panels, and iirc this is one of them...

Well all the reports on ebuyer say its a vgood buy.

Banned

Great budget price though contrast whether it be 800:1 or 1200:1 lets it down. Voted hot. :thumbsup:

well maybe I'm wrong BUT the Novatech 32" LCD for £289.99 delivered is a better deal??!!!??!!


http://images.novatech.co.uk/ev-nov-a32lcd-5.jpg


novatech.co.uk/nov…LCD


Novatech 32" LCD TV, 6.5ms Response Time, 1366 x 768 Resolution, HDMI, 1500:1 Contrast Ratio - Freeview

Total Basket Ex VAT:£246.80 ex vatDelivery Charge:0.00 ex vatBasket + Delivery Ex VAT:£246.80 ex vatVAT @ 17.5%:£43.19Total Basket Value:£289.99 inc vat

"Soft picture and no harm to your eyes "

Eh? :thinking:

ZoLa__;3031157

Is it worth spending the extra to get a branded 32" … Is it worth spending the extra to get a branded 32" though?http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=SAMS-LE32A457That for example.



Am I right in thinking that the sales staff in Richersounds have authority to haggle over the price? if so does anybody think that if i go in and say have you got anything to match this tv and show them a printoff of this offer that they will say well the Samsung one is only £60 more and is a much better tv at which point i could say i cant afford to go the extra....and see if they may knock a few quid off? Afterall a sale is a sale and the way the economy is going they're probably getting desperate for a few sales

Wicked Lester;3031503

"Soft picture and no harm to your eyes "Eh? :thinking:



Well you've heard the term "razor sharp picture" well this 1's all blurry maybe??:p

Contrast 800:1 that is not good this is not hot :?

beautiful tv got it for my daughter last year - high gloss - looks lovely

Have a 26" version of this, my main TV is a 55" 1080p Sony, so had low expectations, but it is actually an okay bit of kit for the price. Good looking set too.

Most manufacturers use their own methods for determining contrast 'scores' for the TVs and as such mean diddly-squat as a comparison. A Samsung model with the same or similar panel will claim 10000:1, but there will be little perceivable difference.

kenyon;3031580

Contrast 800:1 that is not good this is not hot :?



what contrast is should we be looking for then?

There used to be two 32" Vistrons (haven't looked for a while), one had a higher ratio think it has already been mentioned. These usually sell for £280, but Ebuyer tend to fluctuate prices.

A good friend our ours purchased the 42" Vistron, must have been second hand when delivered. Scratches all over, no polystyren, ie. just dropped in box without protection. Delivery drivers refused to deliver to her door (second floor in block of flats).

I have read that Ebuyer will not allow negative posts of this item to go on their site, apparantly many have been made. I am sure the 32" is very much different to the 42" panel.

Tommy_K;3031407

well maybe I'm wrong BUT the Novatech 32" LCD for £289.99 delivered is a … well maybe I'm wrong BUT the Novatech 32" LCD for £289.99 delivered is a better deal??!!!??!!http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/specpage.html?NOV-A32LCDNovatech 32" LCD TV, 6.5ms Response Time, 1366 x 768 Resolution, HDMI, 1500:1 Contrast Ratio - Freeview Total Basket Ex VAT:£246.80 ex vatDelivery Charge:0.00 ex vatBasket + Delivery Ex VAT:£246.80 ex vatVAT @ 17.5%:£43.19Total Basket Value:£289.99 inc vat




You also get a two you warranty with this :thumbsup:

So many people on here put such faith in the contrast ratios specified yet seem to know very little about what they actually mean. :oops:
Some manufacturers state Static contrast ratios and some state Dynamic, so you cant always compare two products fairly.

For example my 40" Samsung LE40M86 states a contrast ratio of 15,000:1 (Dynamic) but is actually closer to 1,200:1 (Static)
I have the optional Dynamic contrast turned off for most programmes as it tends to over saturate the picture giving unrealistic over bright images...take a look in any high street reailer for an example of how a lcd should'nt look :whistling: they make your eyes bleed.

So 800:1 for a 32" isnt bad, plus the reviews state it has a 1,200:1 which is good
dont forget this is a £299.95 Tv

If i needed a 32" i wouldnt have any issue buying this tv

I had this a few months back.

it was a brill tv! The only reason i dont have it anymore is that something fell from a shelve above it and punctured the screen. I was then replaced with a samsung (as insurance dont let you use ebuyer) and tbh its not that much better quality. The case build i would say is slightly better but for an extra £150 (it was at the time) its not worth the extra

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Jarrvo;3031766

So many people on here put such faith in the contrast ratios specified … So many people on here put such faith in the contrast ratios specified yet seem to know very little about what they actually mean. :oops:Some manufacturers state Static contrast ratios and some state Dynamic, so you cant always compare two products fairly.For example my 40" Samsung LE40M86 states a contrast ratio of 15,000:1 (Dynamic) but is actually closer to 1,200:1 (Static) I have the optional Dynamic contrast turned off for most programmes as it tends to over saturate the picture giving unrealistic over bright images...take a look in any high street reailer for an example of how a lcd should'nt look :whistling: they make your eyes bleed.So 800:1 for a 32" isnt bad, plus the reviews state it has a 1,200:1 which is good :)dont forget this is a £299.95 TvIf i needed a 32" i wouldnt have any issue buying this tv



Thank you for bringing what I feel is a bit of clarity to this thread. Beauty/contrast ratio is largely a subjective thing, just like certain male statistics. ;-)[/SIZE]

ZoLa__;3031157

Is it worth spending the extra to get a branded 32" … Is it worth spending the extra to get a branded 32" though?http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=SAMS-LE32A457That for example.



You would have to be an idiot to buy a cheap and nasty 'Sense' when for £60 more you can get a decentish samsung. Steer well clear. Cold.

315GBP for a Sony, so NOT a good deal

That Sony is very old, and is a one off deal due to use of a voucher.

It also goes out of stock after 10 minutes of coming into stock :\

So you would happily spend 20% extra on all goods to get something you percieve to be better because its brand name?

I agree that the samsung is a marginally better tv, is it worth an extra £60.. it depends on your desires and needs... but from my perspective.. no.

I bought this TV for £320 a few months back. It is ****. The contrast is far to low. When watching Sky there is a funny blur around peoples heads and the like. The sound is very loud never goes over 6. There is no Sky remote code for this TV. I've bought some expensive scart leads and it is still ****.
On the plus side it looks nice in the living room when switched off!!!

ZoLa__;3032424

That Sony is very old, and is a one off deal due to use of a voucher.It … That Sony is very old, and is a one off deal due to use of a voucher.It also goes out of stock after 10 minutes of coming into stock :\



I got one of the Sony's for £314 with the voucher from Bargain Crazy, its an older model but the freeview on it is fantastic quality, Sky picture does look poor in comparison but its still a great set for the money. If you see one nab it.

Can't vote this hot when there are so many £300 budget sets about.

madmanfree;3032477

I bought this TV for £320 a few months back. It is ****. The contrast is … I bought this TV for £320 a few months back. It is ****. The contrast is far to low. When watching Sky there is a funny blur around peoples heads and the like. The sound is very loud never goes over 6. There is no Sky remote code for this TV. I've bought some expensive scart leads and it is still ****.On the plus side it looks nice in the living room when switched off!!!


And you didn't think to try and return it as possibly faulty? You just assumed it's supposed to be ****?

Jarrvo;3032456

So you would happily spend 20% extra on all goods to get something you … So you would happily spend 20% extra on all goods to get something you percieve to be better because its brand name?I agree that the samsung is a marginally better tv, is it worth an extra £60.. it depends on your desires and needs... but from my perspective.. no.



It was a question, not a statement.

Zola, i was replying to nokmond.. sorry

Is it worth getting this or waiting for a better deal on a branded TV closer to christmas?????
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