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Unbranded 586/348 19 Inch HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview HDMI PC input £94.98 delivered @ electrical-deals.co.uk
Unbranded 586/348 19 Inch HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview HDMI PC input £94.98 delivered @ electrical-deals.co.uk

Unbranded 586/348 19 Inch HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview HDMI PC input £94.98 delivered @ electrical-deals.co.uk

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I haven't bought this yet wondered what people think.
I want a cheap 19 or 21" Tv for a caravan. Don't want integrated dvd as they always break. This has integrated freeview so it has all I need, so really just a price thing as couldn't give a toss about the make as long as it lasts for a little while.

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If it's pants, send it back!

am after one for my little lad for christmas but think with a dvd built in.....were have you seen this?

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They have some cheap ones also with dvd built in for a tad more at electrical-deals.co.uk

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Always break?
Nah.
Must be you m8. oO

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16:10 apsect ratio, so normal tv programs will look a little stretched or you'll have black bars.

I don't know why they make them with like that makes no sense.

also because of that the resolution is 1440x900 which means if you use HD (720p) then the image is scaled up as it is higher, which is not a good thing.

IMHO look for a cheapy that is 16:9 then you programs won't look stretched, there must be some cheapos about. I recently bought a 19inch LG from ebuyer for £125 so there must be some non branded ones at this price that are better.

dubnuts

16:10 apsect ratio, so normal tv programs will look a little stretched or … 16:10 apsect ratio, so normal tv programs will look a little stretched or you'll have black bars.I don't know why they make them with like that makes no sense.also because of that the resolution is 1440x900 which means if you use HD (720p) then the image is scaled up as it is higher, which is not a good thing.IMHO look for a cheapy that is 16:9 then you programs won't look stretched, there must be some cheapos about. I recently bought a 19inch LG from ebuyer for £125 so there must be some non branded ones at this price that are better.



16:10 on a monitor makes sense for general use and gaming but for as you say for a TV it makes no sense, even though it does have PC input.

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Thanks for your help, very useful

dubnuts

16:10 apsect ratio, so normal tv programs will look a little stretched or … 16:10 apsect ratio, so normal tv programs will look a little stretched or you'll have black bars.I don't know why they make them with like that makes no sense.also because of that the resolution is 1440x900 which means if you use HD (720p) then the image is scaled up as it is higher, which is not a good thing.IMHO look for a cheapy that is 16:9 then you programs won't look stretched, there must be some cheapos about. I recently bought a 19inch LG from ebuyer for £125 so there must be some non branded ones at this price that are better.

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