Same (y) I've posted damaged box non smart 32" deals for £84 etc https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/logik-l32he20-32-hd-ready-led-tv-damaged-box-at-ebay-currys-clearance-3671237 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/logik-l32he20-32-hd-ready-led-tv-damaged-box-ps91-nectar15-ps96-pack10-at-ebay-currys-clearance-3678683 4K 40" smart tv for £151 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/jvc-lt-40ca890-android-tv-4k-40-smart-currys-damaged-box-at-ebay-currys-clerance-3720442 This is not a good deal, also Sharp is the only TV brand that I have owned that totally died on me.
Logik is a cheap brand just like sharp, Toshiba, JVC, polaroid etc. Unless u go for the top 4 brands, Sony, LG, Samsung, Panasonic ( Which why bother on a 32" ). U were unlucky with Ur 2 TVs, I left a eBay msg when completing my order ( Do not drop, handle with care ). It Works fine (y)
I've got a full HD 32 JVC damaged box from Currys for £152. It broke within a month. I've replaced it with a Toshiba 32 full HD, £170 damaged box. That didn't last long and the replacement came smashed. So I've spent £200 and got a good Samsung. Good luck with your Logik, but while Sharp may not be a top brand now, I do not know if you can compare it with the cheapest available 'brand' which is Logik. Most Vestel TVs are rubbish, but I doubt it Currys own brand is better. I'm not saying this is a good deal BTW, if you put some effort you can get a better brand, full HD and you pay £20-30 more damaged box. You've got yours for an OK price IMO.
I got a logik 32" android tv, brand new with slightly damaged box from Currys clearance eBay 12m warranty for under £110. This is not a deal, this is terrible.
PROMOFIVE and you get it for £135.05 delivered, OP you can add the code and change the price, it may attract some votes.
I got this recently. All in all a great screen and nippy navigation, but the sound is really poor. It replaced my 9 year old 32" Samsung that finally kicked it and honestly doesn't come close sound wise. Far more muted and lacks any range at all, sounds almost mono. If the screen was bigger, you could justify soundbars etc but you want smaller screens like this to at least be nice for a bedroom, but the experience is definitely worse. Maybe my old set just had fantastic sound, but I don't know.
Great price for this. Definitely one of the better 32 inch options out there. Has the added bonus of having Disney+ too, on top of the other usual apps. A little chunky at the back, but most are in this screen size and it's a fair trade off for the overall quality. Sound and picture both decent in my opinion, despite some reviews to the contrary.
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Cheers. You can also buy TVs with sockets on the side which I have done. It seems ridiculous you would need to buy a chinese power adapter for a TV designed to go on the wall. I just bought a different one that had all the connections accessible from either side.
You can get 90 degree aerial adaptors and 2 pin power cords, might be worth bearing in mind for the future.
Not on the Philips one we got. The 2 pin power cord and aerial stuck out so far you would have to mount it 4-6" off the wall.
Can't you just use a 90 degree HDMI cable?
HD Ready 1366 x 768p (annoyed)
Posted 26th MarPosted 26th Mar
Sony KDL-32WD751 32" Full HD Smart LED television for £263.20 delivered using code @ eBay / cramptonandmoore£263.20£30313% offeBay Deals
Oh my, that is a huge catalogue of disasters (esp' the scary blaring at 2am (shock) ). Now I see how your comment was justifiably made. Thanks for telling me about your experiences with Toshiba too - already wary of them after a backup drive failed when I needed it to reinstate my pc years ago. I will avoid Currys too from hearing of their shady attempt to renege on their warranty... Well done for fighting + winning your right to a replacement from those rogues (highfive) Think I'll go with an OLED from LG for my next tv upgrade. Best wishes, and thanks again for the helpful warnings.
As far as I am aware, only Currys sells these, so these can only be ex-displays from Currys. A bit too many for ex-displays, but given the number of shops Currys has, these may be indeed ex-displays. However, I do suspect lots of them are in fact customer returns, or TVs mishandled in the warehouse or by couriers. After Currys replaced my JVC with a Toshiba, than was delivered smashed. They replaced it with another one which came smashed too. This was a good price IMO, but a bit of a gamble if you're lucky enough to get a good one.
I am expiring this listing as currently stock reads as all sold. Supposedly 260 sold making the concept of ex-display a bit odd to say the least. If stock changes I will unexpire.
Apart from the fact I've never seen such a flimsy TV (Alongside Toshiba, which is identical), with plastic screen rattling, the JVC developed 'only' 8 faults within a month. All small, so was willing to keep it, but I ended sending it up when it switched itself on at full volume at 2 AM. Don't remember all the faults but some were was losing connection with the internet, was switching itself in between YouTube and BBC without anyone touching it, was changing the volume by itself, was freezing, the remote will not work and because it was on the wall and has no buttons at front was a nuisance to switch it off. It was replaced with a Toshiba which was not much different. I never thought a tv can have so many issues, I wanted a cheap one for occasional use in a spare room, but it was too bad. After 3 months and 3 replacements between 3 TVs, JVC and Toshiba, I paid £75 more and got a Samsung. At £120 I can't say this is bad, but if you have these issues... The warranty was an issue too, got it from Currys eBay, brand new, sealed, in damaged box. Listed with 12 month warranty. I contacted them for a replacement after 31 days. I was told only the pristine items come with 12 months warranty, the rest are 30 days. So, even if they were right, they were not willing to do anything as I exceeded by 1 day. Luckily I had screenshots with 12 months warranty and they accepted it. So, a brand new sealed product is not considered pristine because of the box and it has less warranty? Really? And for the sake of 1 day they are not willing to do anything? That's bad IMO.
Still in stock, but (supposedly) very limited numbers. Just a few comments: Agree that site claims only 6 month warranty - wonder whether that is with the site rather than with JVC. I suspect JVC would give full year warranty from purchase (will inform after delivery if not OOS by then). Stock numbers appear to vary. Last night 6 had sold and 10 were available, this morning 50 had sold and 3 were available. I'm unconvinced by the store having 50 ex-display products of the same product. Seems odd. Please be aware that I know nothing about this seller (though they do have plenty of positive feedback on ebay so hopefully reliable).
Posted 29th Dec 2020Posted 29th Dec 2020
JVC LT-32C695 32" Smart LED TV with Built-in DVD Player £199.99 at Currys PC World£199.99Currys PC World Deals
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Exactly. I am after a 32" TV for bedroom. That's the max I can go given the space. Such poor value for money. I am keeping an eye out for LG 32LM6300 Hopefully there'll be a discount soon. 🤞
old tech tv but being a sony means its a quality tv, if your wanting a 32" for the bedroom its probably a very good buy bigger isnt better and lets face it broadcast tv probably looks great on it compared to some bigger and more expensive sets that look terrible
All the comments about it being outdated are true, but it's still one of the better 32" TVs on the market. Even Which? haven't had a recommended 32" for about 4 years as it's such a poor value size these days.
LOL 32 inch HD Ready. Welcome back to 2010. Not even worth £150.
And don't even start me on their dodgy keyboards with sticking Caps Lock.
Almost all retailers sell Vestel TV's under many brands. It's not just Currrys. Even the majority of Panasonic TV's are now rebranded Vestel TV's, apart from the high end 800 series and up.
Son purchased from his Christmas money he had from family but we will be returning tomorrow - I would prefer to help him purchase a TV that is going to last than him have this item. It doesn’t connect to the internet says within 5m and his room is directly above the router. The response on the remote is lagging. The sound quality isn’t the good.
This is CURRYS AT THEIR BEST, NOT MADE BY AND NOTHING TO DO WITH JVC, IT IS A CHEAP NI BRAND WITH INFERIOR INNARDS AND MARKETED USING A BORROWED JVC BRAND, CURRYS ALSO DO THIS WITH KENWOOD AND OTHER BRANDS
JVC = Aviod. I sold these for years at Currys (tired to avoid selling actually) Returns queue always busy with these as build quality is TERRIBLE . WiFi cards, speakers crackle, transistors blowing. Stay away 😔
Posted 26th Dec 2020Posted 26th Dec 2020
ViewSonic VX3276-2K-mhd 32 inch LED IPS Monitor - 2560 x 1440, 4ms, Speakers - £187.58 @ CCL / ebay + £9.35 Nectar Points£187.58 Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
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Only just seen this amazon warehouse did 30% off on the run up to Black Friday and this was a damaged box. So saved £97 off the price :)
Even 1.4 supports 75hz at 1440p, so unless your cable is ancient I'd expect it to work. Are you sure windows is set to 75hz? By default windows will sometimes use monitors in their lower refresh modes. You need to tell windows to use the higher mode.
Ah right, yes I'm using HDMI on the second port with a 3060 Ti, perhaps I'm using an old HDMI cable?
You're using HDMI I guess? Supports 75hz with display port, as you'd imagine. I would think it would to if using HDMI on a graphics card capable of above HDMI 1.4, have to change the setting in windows, naturally, it selects 60hz by default quite often.
I have this monitor, it's actually 60Hz, you can only get 75Hz at the lowest resolution. Would also recommend 4K at this size, but otherwise it's a great monitor especially for console gaming.
Posted 26th Dec 2020Posted 26th Dec 2020
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Bought this last night to replace a Linsar tv that was 9 years old when it stopped working and am a bit underwhelmed. It appears to be missing loads of HD channels that should be available on freeview (and were available on the dumb tv). I still have some BBC HD channels but not ITV, e4, film 4 and cbeebies hd.
I can if it is relevant for anybody, but I've got it 2 years ago, so pretty sure the models posted here are different. I can look for the digital invoice if needs be.
Im sure you can find the Samsung model somewhere? Email, receipt, box?
Yeah. Might be because I bought another TV off them the week before.
They price matched? Wouldn't do it for me as it needs a 5 year warranty
Posted 24th Dec 2020Posted 24th Dec 2020
JVC LT-32CA790 Android TV 32" Smart Full HD LED TV with Google Assistant - £229.99 delivered @ Currys PC World£229.99 Free P&P FreeCurrys PC World Deals
having lived with this tv for 5 months there is a big issue with it, and that is the amount of time it takes for the remote control to communicate with the tv when first switched on. I have found that pressing the power button until power off displays when switching off makes this better.
The good thing about this for me is the Android 9 operating system so I dont have to buy a separate TV box, and I can install apps on it from my android phone using apps2fire. To do this you need to initiate developer options. You do this by clicking build 7 times I think. Then enable usb debugging. The difficult thing to find on this is manual channel tuning. This is done by clicking on the cog at the top right on home page then channel/channels/single RF scan.
JVC TV = AVIOD (y) Same here, I even told my customers to aviod due to the amount of returns we got. Speakers, transitior failed, WiFi CARDS dropping out etc etc People buy because they still think JVC is a branded option, it isn't and hasn't been you mnay years now ;( . If you choose to buy one, my recommendation is aviod Monday mornings when it goes wrong as that's when the returns queue is biggest. You have been warned :/
I don't really have issues with Vestel, I do prefer other brands, but if a Vestel comes at a good price, I have no issues for a spare room. My old Vestel lasted me 9 years and I purchased it second hand. Sadly, my JVC let me down in the first month. The TV was brand new, sealed but in damaged box, website stated 12 months warranty, they were trying to get away suggesting non pristine products have only 30 days warranty, and off course I contacted them in day 31. Eventually they replaced with a Toshiba which came faulty, was replaced with another Toshiba which came smashed. Currys made the returns difficult, took almost 3 months to get my money back and also 6 different times for me to take off work, as they will not pick it up and replace it at the same time. Never mind if this was my main TV, 3 months without a TV is a long time. I guess on top of the fact I was not lucky with any of the 3, Currys made it difficult too. However, the built quality for both, the JVC and Toshiba was really bad in comparison with my old Vestel. I do appreciate, nwer models are slimmer and more compact, but these were flimsy. I ended up with a Samsung instead. I guess the prices you paid are good, in my case was not the price, it was the fact out of all 3, none of them were functional.
The 32" ,£118 to be exact, was when Tesco Direct was closing. A Toshiba. My 43" Philips cost £175. Both are 1080p only with both needing a dongle for decent functions. Both are Vestel and whilst not fantastic, beat high end stuff from the earlier years. Both proving reliable. This JVC is Vestel too no doubt.