Vistron VIS032 32" Silver LCD TV £374.97+ £6.91delivery
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Vistron VIS032 32" Silver LCD TV £374.97+ £6.91delivery

£374.97
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Found 6th Oct 2006
Resolution* 1366X768
Brightness* 500 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio* 800:1
Response Time* 12 ms
Viewing Angle Hor 170 Ver 170
System PAL I/I'
Sound Nicam Stereo
Scart 2
Back AV In Yes
Side AV In No
Back Audio Line Out Yes
S-VHS In Yes
Headphone Out Yes
Teletext Fastext
Standby Power Program Number 100
NTSC Playback Yes
Sleep Timer Yes
Child Lock Yes
HD-Ready No
HDMI Input with HDCP No
YPbPr(Component) Input No
Inregrated DVB-T No
PC Input No
PIP+PAP+PAT No
Wall Hanging Kit Yes
Remote Control R/C 1543
Power Output 2x8W RMS
Color Silver

Dimensions H410mm,W605mm,D185mm


If you use quidco take off whatever % you get

lower the postage to supersaver
I'm sure there are some valid codes for further discounts.
- effing & jeffing

finance is valid on this
- effing & jeffing

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- jase71

9 Comments

NOTE: THIS DOES NOT HAVE HDCP INPUT MAKING IT USELESS TO FUTURE STANDARDS AND NOT HD READY AS A RESULT
Hollywood only just gave in to allowing comp analogue output until 2011, their longterm and the norm they will achieve is all output to be copy protected via encrypted HDCP connections over DVI and HDMI with alot of services already offering HDCP only only outputs on any HD product, the only reason people offer otherwise is if people have far older non-digital HD TVs (small minorities in the Far East and America mostly)

Sorry effing & jeffing was trying to add you the picture on but didnt quite get it right. Good price for a 32" however its let down by not being proper hi-def.:thumbsup:

It's high def in terms of it's pixels, but not as an overall package not meeting HD Ready specs, although if this can be achieved at this price, it goes to show what those HDCP chipsets must cost.

schizoboy

It's high def in terms of it's pixels, but not as an overall package not … It's high def in terms of it's pixels, but not as an overall package not meeting HD Ready specs, although if this can be achieved at this price, it goes to show what those HDCP chipsets must cost.



Although I think the woolies one was fully hi-def for not much more.

I suspect that was a inferior display, the good ones tend to be Sony/LG/Samsung based I think, alot of them rebranded.

So woolies one might of been HD Ready and cheap like this one, but at the cost of sacrificing quality which you can't do with LCD TVs as it's a massive difference, unlike CRT where it was more subtle.

Original Poster

i dont care!

I agree theres some with really poor picture quality out there.

Original Poster

just wait a few months (well the longer you wait the better) prices are dropping everyday. Get a decent warrenty and a good make. If you own certain credit cards you get an extra years guarantee

Prices seem to be dropping fast at the moment
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