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    Anyone recommend a 22-24" 1080p LED TV for sub £100?

    Can't see any good current deals at the moment...even with Amazon student 20% off warehouse.

    Seen an LG 24MT46D for £90 but only 1 hdmi input - not a deal breaker considering the price point but just wondered if any HUKD members have come across anything...

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    tesco.com/dir…ers

    Bought my auntie the non-DVD version a couple of years ago. Great picture for the price. Might be worth waiting til black friday/christmas as tescos usually discount them from time to time.

    I have the LG tv you mentioned. Got to say very happy considering what I paid even 20 months or so ago at 120. Good picture, even plays mkv through USB. In terms of HDMI, you could always buy a switch. Then again its not that big that depending on your usage you couldnt awtich HDMIs around every now and then.

    Also id much rather buy an LG than a blaupunkt

    master10

    Also id much rather buy an LG than a blaupunkt


    Don't be such a snob! I've had Sony and Samsung TVs and the Blaupunkt is an excellent alternative - if you're on a budget.

    discoinferno

    http://www.tesco.com/direct/blaupunkt-24-inch-24207o-hd-ready-led-tv-with-dvd-combi-and-freeview-hd/560-5355.prd?skuId=560-5355&pageLevel=sku&sc_cmp=ppc_sh-_-sh-_-tesco-_-560-5355&gclid=CKa0pMu0itACFcYV0wodxPIMlQ&gclsrc=aw.ds&source=othersBought my auntie the non-DVD version a couple of years ago. Great picture for the price. Might be worth waiting til black friday/christmas as tescos usually discount them from time to time.



    I've got to agree about the Blaupunkt TV's. They're ideal for light use in kitchens etc and the picture quality is very good. I picked up a 20" or 22" last year for my kitchen and paid around £60. Excellent buy. Pair it with a cheap android box stuck onto the back or a Chromecast 2 and you've got an excellent setup for little money.

    Original Poster

    Thanks all, I'm thinking the Blaupunkt as the LG one has gone and for an occasional use it's really not something to be splashing more cash at for a better brand. Noticed local Richer Sounds has 24" for £60 - worth a punt me thinks

    discoinferno

    http://www.tesco.com/direct/blaupunkt-24-inch-24207o-hd-ready-led-tv-with-dvd-combi-and-freeview-hd/560-5355.prd?skuId=560-5355&pageLevel=sku&sc_cmp=ppc_sh-_-sh-_-tesco-_-560-5355&gclid=CKa0pMu0itACFcYV0wodxPIMlQ&gclsrc=aw.ds&source=othersBought my auntie the non-DVD version a couple of years ago. Great picture for the price. Might be worth waiting til black friday/christmas as tescos usually discount them from time to time.



    ​Not a snob. You get what you pay for and Blaupunkt Tvs have never been known as quality. Buy cheap buy twice as they say. Also there is no way a blaupunkt tv is an alternative to a samsung or sony.
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