TECHNIKA 42-8533D 42" LCD 3D TV HD READY 1080P WITH FREEVIEW WIDESCREEN 50Hz - TESCO REFURB 12 MOTN++NTHS WARRANTY £289.00 @ Ebay/Tesco
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TECHNIKA 42-8533D 42" LCD 3D TV HD READY 1080P WITH FREEVIEW WIDESCREEN 50Hz - TESCO REFURB 12 MOTN++NTHS WARRANTY £289.00 @ Ebay/Tesco

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Found 7th Sep 2013
I bought on of these just over a year ago for exactly the same price fantastic tv especially for the money.

Immerse yourself in the magic of the movies from the comfort of your living room with this Technika 42" 3D TV. This sleek black widescreen television comes with 8 pairs of passive 3D glasses so that family and friends can enjoy comfortable 3D viewing. HD Ready 1080p resolution delivers superior picture quality and vibrant colours in stunning detail.
Its integrated Freeview tuner features a 7 day electronic programme guide, ensuring you need never miss your favourite programmes again. Other convenient features include a USB input for viewing your multimedia files on the big screen and a headphone socket for viewing without disturbing others.
There are 4 HDMI connections and 2 SCART sockets to enable you to connect to devices, such as games consoles and Blu-ray players.
PLEASE NOTE: 8 PAIRS OF 3D GLASSES INCLUDED

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Hate people who buy stuff like this and because its 1080p think its better then my samsung 720p. I have seen one of these in action and they are ok for hd but 3d ia very poor and sd all most unwatchable.

keepitonthelow

Hate people who buy stuff like this and because its 1080p think its … Hate people who buy stuff like this and because its 1080p think its better then my samsung 720p.


How dare they! oO

50Hz? 3d? are you sure?

should be 120hz minimum?

Edited by: "Lucifer_UK" 7th Sep 2013

how easy to return this from ebay Tesco? same like their normal store?

keepitonthelow

Hate people who buy stuff like this and because its 1080p think its … Hate people who buy stuff like this and because its 1080p think its better then my samsung 720p. I have seen one of these in action and they are ok for hd but 3d ia very poor and sd all most unwatchable.



Well to be quite honest 1080p is far better than 720p yes there is the whole argument about if you sit more than 10 feet away from your TV, and your display isn’t bigger than 50 inches diagonally, you won’t be able to tell the difference between 720 and 1080. but 1080p is better then 720p no matter how you look at it, its a better picture and better quality.

That being said it is a technika however, I have had a very good experience with mine (small 17 in one) but they are made with cheaper parts. so you are correct on the branding side but if it was any good 1080p TV it would be better than 720p

Rubbish picture saw in my local tesco wouldn't have it if given me

Original Poster

It is really easy to return they pick it up n drop one off if you need it replaced.
Plus if you have nothing good to say about it leave it cold... But the picture is second to none pal. I have this in my bed room and is just as good as my brand new 42" Samsung down stairs...

joshatkinsonkk

It is really easy to return they pick it up n drop one off if you need it … It is really easy to return they pick it up n drop one off if you need it replaced.Plus if you have nothing good to say about it leave it cold... But the picture is second to none pal. I have this in my bed room and is just as good as my brand new 42" Samsung down stairs...



how about the 3D? my main purposes are gaming and some movie

The problem with the supermarket TVs is that you have no idea about the quality of their video source or setup when you see them all side by side!

I read so many poor reviews of Technika
that I would not consider one at any price..

ive had my technika 32" lcd in the bed room for 5 years, out lived my two 50" Samsung's must be unlucky lol
Edited by: "shifty84" 7th Sep 2013

Original Poster

I am pretty sure this one is the same as Hitachi and bush because the menus and everything about them are the same .....

Were do you get more 3d glasses for this tele please anyone

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Cinema
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