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TOSHIBA 32AV615 32" LCD TV £289.95 @ RicherSounds, £318.90 with 5 year warranty
TOSHIBA 32AV615 32" LCD TV £289.95 @ RicherSounds, £318.90 with 5 year warranty

TOSHIBA 32AV615 32" LCD TV £289.95 @ RicherSounds, £318.90 with 5 year warranty

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Bargain alert! Thanks to your friends at Richer Sounds, you can get an HD Ready Toshiba 32" LCD TV with Freeview for a ridiculously small amount of money!
It may be fantastic value for money, but there's nothing cheap about the way the Toshiba 32AV615 performs. The Toshiba 32AV615 is fitted with their Active Vision processor for high performance viewing. So that it's all set for the HD revolution, the Toshiba 32AV615 is HD Ready - perfect for Sky or freesat HD plus most games consoles which now also output in HD. With its high quality screen and picture processor, the Toshiba 32AV615 offers a crisp, realistic picture with excellent contrast ratio and brightness for the price. It might not be up to LED standards, but compared to similarly priced "no name" brands, it's streets ahead.

In addition to above average picture quality, the sound is a cut above, too. The bass boost system prevents the TV from sounding too tinny, whilst the 20 watts power output drives the TV to reasonable levels in larger rooms. Despite this, we'd still recommend getting a separate home cinema system to get the best sound!

The Toshiba 32av615 certainly doesn't compromise when it comes to sockets. Three HDMI sockets are ample for most and this is backed up by twin SCARTs, component, S-video and a PC input. Furthermore, there's also a headphone socket for when you want to watch TV without disturbing others.

Boasting a slim, gloss black bezel, the Toshiba could easily pass for a more expensive TV. At just 91 mm deep, it's also less deep than many budget rivals.

For a top performing 32" TV from a top brand, the Toshiba 32av615 is a bargain; pure and simple.

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P/P at richer sounds,,,instore only,,,,
9.LCD/Plasma screen 30" - 42"
£24.99 per item (Mon - Fri between 8.30am and 6.00pm)
£34.99 per item (Mon - Fri before 10.30am)
£35.99 per item (Up to 12.00pm on Sat)
would be cheaper at amazon,,,

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longbowassassin;6028973

P/P at richer sounds,,,instore only,,,,9.LCD/Plasma screen 30" - … P/P at richer sounds,,,instore only,,,,9.LCD/Plasma screen 30" - 42"£24.99 per item (Mon - Fri between 8.30am and 6.00pm)£34.99 per item (Mon - Fri before 10.30am)£35.99 per item (Up to 12.00pm on Sat)would be cheaper at amazon,,,



you dont get the warranty if you buy from amazon. I definitely pay the extra for the 5 year warranty.

Was after this the other day but they did not have any in stock at the Nottingham branch, and they were not expecting anymore for a while. A hot deal if you can get one but seems to be a popular price!

Glad it's back down to this price again

Computerman;6028986

you dont get the warranty if you buy from amazon. I definitely pay the … you dont get the warranty if you buy from amazon. I definitely pay the extra for the 5 year warranty.



OK, do I correctly assume that as the equipment cost is the typical norm at under £300, the only element of a hot deal here is the extended warranty?

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Flipd;6029994

OK, do I correctly assume that as the equipment cost is the typical norm … OK, do I correctly assume that as the equipment cost is the typical norm at under £300, the only element of a hot deal here is the extended warranty?


well most 32" tvs are over £300.

No, most decent 32" are £4-£500+. You can easily get one for under £300, but usually some schneid make. With the warranty this is really good.

Looks a good bargain to me, although is it worth buying an HD television that is not 1080p? What are people's comments?

You can easily get one for under £300, but usually some schneid make.

But at least most of the 'schneid' makes back there stuff up with a 3 year warranty,were pretty much most of the big boys still palm us off with 1 year, making us buy these extended warranty's.

The review on trusted reviews site for the 37" version says its great on standard definition but below average on high definition. Therefore probably great as a second tv for the bedroom but not so great as a main tv.

markbargain;6030926

Looks a good bargain to me, although is it worth buying an HD television … Looks a good bargain to me, although is it worth buying an HD television that is not 1080p? What are people's comments?


For a 32" TV it's very difficult to tell the difference between HD Ready quality and FULL HD

So the quality for this TV would be great for HD viewing

babylon;6030957

But at least most of the 'schneid' makes back there stuff up with a 3 … But at least most of the 'schneid' makes back there stuff up with a 3 year warranty,were pretty much most of the big boys still palm us off with 1 year, making us buy these extended warranty's.


I totally agree that all Tvs should come with a 3 or 5 yr warranty. But that makes this deal even better - you're getting a good TV with 5yrs for just over £300. :thumbsup:

I find on a Samsung 32" HD ready (so not full 1080p) tv an upscaled good quality SD picture thru HDMI connection and using a Bush HD sat receiver
isn't a lot different from an HD channel.
It might be 10% better if you really look closely.

Others might see a bigger difference of course and using a bigger screen might show the differences better too of course.

An included 5 year warranty is good, I think that why some people by their stuff from John Lewis.

Instore only deals are of no use to me. Have they ever sold on the web? John Lewis any day.

Good value set with a great warranty, shame its store pick-up only, luckily I live only 40 miles from my nearest store so its a worthwhile journey.

bmouthboyo;6032934

slight better TV and deal … slight better TV and deal herehttp://www.hotukdeals.com/item/457472/samsung-32-hd-lcd-tv-le32b350-287-4



The toshiba is a much better television than the samsung b350.

Is there a website which compares the power consumption of TVs like this one? I would rather pay a bit more for a TV if it saved me money on my electricity bill in the long run.

my 37" has just gone down after only two years. was repaired last week and had gone down again with same fault.Thank god i had the 5 year warranty.

toycollector;6033693

my 37" has just gone down after only two years. was repaired last week … my 37" has just gone down after only two years. was repaired last week and had gone down again with same fault.Thank god i had the 5 year warranty.


Totally agree - we had a Philips a few years ago that was constantly getting repaired. Finally they let us send it back for good and have still got the Panasonic we replaced it with 4yrs later without a fault. I think it's worth buying a reliable set in the first place, and backing it up with a warranty just in case.

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bmouthboyo;6032934

slight better TV and deal … slight better TV and deal herehttp://www.hotukdeals.com/item/457472/samsung-32-hd-lcd-tv-le32b350-287-4



i dunno if toshiba is better but not everyone can buy from makro.

If i was spending 300 on a tv i'd not bother with a warranty. Just think 5 years ago you'd of been watching a crt television. Would you rather the fixed it or you got another more up to date set? You have a guarantee that will last for at least 2 years due to European law.

I just got this set from Dixons 2 weeks ago for £286 gone up now to £299. It's the same TV and is excellent. Bought it for our bedroom.

dixons.co.uk/mar…762

Years ago mabye early 80's I bought a 22" Phillips tv and it lasted 12 years without a fault.

Surely a tv should last more than two years ?

Having to buy a warranty with some products may be necessary nowadays but it just doesn't sit easy with me.

If you buy a tv say £300 upwards surely it should have a reasonable working life ?

Exactly my point Halfpenny. I'd find it unacceptable if a product i hs spent hundreds of pounds on broke within say 3 years and it wasn't fixed for free.

Id expect a TV to last at least 5 years

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mercurystar999;6035829

If i was spending 300 on a tv i'd not bother with a warranty. Just think … If i was spending 300 on a tv i'd not bother with a warranty. Just think 5 years ago you'd of been watching a crt television. Would you rather the fixed it or you got another more up to date set? You have a guarantee that will last for at least 2 years due to European law. I just got this set from Dixons 2 weeks ago for £286 gone up now to £299. It's the same TV and is excellent. Bought it for our bedroom.http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/store/[email protected]@@@[email protected]@@@&BV_EngineID=ccecadehmlefedmcflgceggdhhmdgmk.0&page=Product&fm=null&sm=null&tm=null&sku=888258&category_oid=-34762


uk law is 1 year.

It has been mentioned on various forums regarding Tv,s etc that you might have a one year warranty but there are various consumer laws in the UK about a tv being fit for purpose and lasting a reasonable time.

I won't go into details but the gist is if you paid £900 for a tv and it broke down after 1 year and 5 days the shop can't say tough, as if it goes to court the judge will take into account price, item and what is a reasonable time for it to last etc.

Get it for a tenner cheaper, if you get it price matched at your local currys

uk law is 1 year manufacturers but if you can prove a fault was present at the time of sale its 5 years... very very difficult to prove though though!!!
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