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Viewpia LC-32IEF4 - 32" LCD Television (HD Ready) - With HDMI...£339.99 delivered
Viewpia LC-32IEF4 - 32" LCD Television (HD Ready) - With HDMI...£339.99 delivered

Viewpia LC-32IEF4 - 32" LCD Television (HD Ready) - With HDMI...£339.99 delivered

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Seems a decent price for a nice tv on Amazon...and gets a good rating on Amazon (although I have not checked AVFORUMS)

Specs from Amazon's website:
Screen Size (cm/inch): 80cm/32"
Contrast Ratio: 1200:1
Brightness (cd/m²): 600cd/m²
HD READY
HDMI input
Integrated Speaker and stand
Wide viewing angle
2 x SCART connector
S-Video input
PC/D-Sub video input
Technical Details

Aspect Ratio: 6/9

Screen Size (cm/inch): 80cm/32"

Resolution (pixels) h x v: WXGA 1366x768

HD Ready: yes

Contrast Ratio: 1200:1

Brightness (cd/m²): 600cd/m²

Viewing Angle (Hor:/Vert.): 178°/178°

Colour Formats: Cool, Normal, Warm, User

3D comb filter: yes

Image Mode: Dynamic, Standard, Mild, Game, User)

Progressive Scan: yes

Stereo: A2, NICAM

Speaker system:2 way system

Equalizer: 5 band

Surround Sound: yes

Power output (RMS): 2x 10w

Sound Mode: Flat, Music, Speech, Movie, User

Sleep Timer: yes

Child Lock: yes

Teletext: 1000 pages

Multi-language OSD: yes

Remote Control: yes

Wall Mount Compatible (VESA): yes

PIP Function (Picture in Picture): yes

Quick View: yes

PC/D-Sub video input: yes

Audio PC input (earphone jack): yes

HDMI (HDCP): x1

SCART connector: x2

S-Video input: yes

Composite A/V input: yes

Audio output (RCA): yes

Component A/V input: yes

Coaxial output: yes

RF Antenna input: yes

Headphone output: yes

SPDIF (optical) output: yes

MultiEuropean Tuner: PAL/SECAM-BG, I, DK, SECAMB/G', L/L, NTSC-3.58/4.43

Number of Channels: 99

Programming: Manual or Automatic

Max Power Consumption: 160w

Power: 100-240v

Dimensions Without Stand (WxHxD) mm: 806 x 589 x 165

Weight in Kgs.: 13.5

8 Comments

Seems a good price. God knows why someone voted this cold?

Johnnypanic

Original Poster

Cheers...wish I had the dosh to buy this myself (playing my 360 on my old 28" CRT is just not up to standard!)

theyiddo

Cheers...wish I had the dosh to buy this myself (playing my 360 on my old … Cheers...wish I had the dosh to buy this myself (playing my 360 on my old 28" CRT is just not up to standard!)



amen to that :whistling:

Original Poster

...but I get my bonus from work in July....got to take the missus for a meal, then the rest is mine to play with...:whistling:

theyiddo

...but I get my bonus from work in July....got to take the missus for a … ...but I get my bonus from work in July....got to take the missus for a meal, then the rest is mine to play with...:whistling:



McDonalds happy meal should leave you plenty for yourself

Johnnypanic

theyiddo

Cheers...wish I had the dosh to buy this myself (playing my 360 on my old … Cheers...wish I had the dosh to buy this myself (playing my 360 on my old 28" CRT is just not up to standard!)



TBH you might find the CRT gives a better picture for gaming...Ive heard of many people being dissapointed with gaming on LCD TV's.

avforums.com/for…EF4

avforums.com/for…pia

Not looking good - but could be a 1 off bad set :thumbsup:

I bought this LCD TV (Mirai 32" LCD - Model Number: DTL-632V200) about 6 weeks ago, a wee bit more expensive @ £350 delivered, but even on Standard Cable Box Signal, excellent picture, looks amazing on Xbox 360 HD. Avforums rave about this TV, plus 3 year warranty :thumbsup:

techfever.co.uk/pro…438

Original Poster

Thats the 32IEE4 thats mentioned in the avforums....is the 32IEF4 that I posted anyway different?
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