All Blaupunkt Discounts, Offers and Sale - April 2018
Just for a change I think this one is made by UMC in Slovakia not that it probably makes much difference.
I was making the point that since 4K has no free feeds, so many people don't have any and also don't play games so for them a 4k tv is irrelevant. If you have 4k feeds then I would still pay more for a decent quality TV.
Cheers OP. Been waiting on this. Heat
I don't understand this question. Free 4k feeds?
Where can one find free 4k feeds? 4k only worthwhile if u have the feeds...
Picked one of these up to pair with an echo dot - sound is more that satisfactory at this price point!
I have this speaker and while the B&W Zep is in a completely different league (it should be for just shy of £500), for £35 this speaker is not an "abomination". In fact, it has enough power to fill a medium size room with sound and actually has quite respectable bass and clear treble. It is by no means audiophile grade equipment, but it is a capable unit and definitely worth it at this price.
Ankle? Shot yourself in the foot there. etc
Anker not ankle, sorry
But everyone is happy with the ankle copy of a bose speaker! we should only vote on the deal and share the ‘is it any good information’
Had a 42" blaupunkt for more than 2 years now and still going strong so HOT And surprisingly does everything quite well including gaming
Had a 42" smart version in a teco black Friday deal in 2016. Cost £150 but was a nightmare with very poor SD and extreme colour glare with a pinkish hue around faces.I just couldn't tweak the settings to improve things. A great shame as it was such a good deal however it had to go. Hope this model is superior...
Sounds the same as my UMC built Sharp, really sensitive to the picture settings. Turn the contrast down to 40-45. These are OK for the money but wish I'd spent more.
Cheers chichi :D
We brought the same tv a couple of years ago on black Friday for £150. For that price it was definitely worth it.
It's neither 4K nor 3D, and obviously has none of the more modern display / processing tech; so it's technically just a cheap device rather than an impressive one at a bargain price. Personally; I'm a little disillusioned with the "smart" tv stuff. Feel free to convince me that there's some benefit I'm overlooking, but the end result always appears to be slow, unstable, underpowered, and quickly outdated / unsupported. All the purported features are better (or only) available through the external devices in the first place, so the display and input management are the only real priorities
Sorry farted :o
BBBBRRRRRR!! Anyone else getting those artic winds?
You can buy 49" 4K Smart Digihome for only tenner more with VCP30 code https://electrical.coop.co.uk/brands/digihome/digihome-49292uhdsfvpt-black-49inch-4k-ultra-hd-led-smart-wifi-freev-play-dig-led-49292uhdsfvpt2-bk/
Well this one seems to be exactly what you’re after
i just want a tv to game on i dont care about smart tv or 4k can anyone recomend one thats reasonably good please ?
Aye, did know there was big big Turkish lIra involved in taking the brand name's ownership so it was more a pensive resignation than a genuine enquiry :( JVC also went the same way, got a feeling it's all to do with the new Ottoman Empire Beko or the shadowy big boys in the background behind the company should I say (skeptical)
£209 for a 40" led tv, seems a reasonable price to me, I was interested in this brand due to it being around since 1923 and German made, I'll have to look at the reviews (but a few years back I know it dropped under 200 I might wait :/
Like many well known electronics companies, they decided to allow other companies to use their name in exchange for money. Usually it's unknown crappier companies that buy the right to use the name and stick it on something somewhat crappier than you'd expect. It's happened with Toshiba TVs, JVC, Sharp and Philips, to name just a few.
I got one of these last year on a similar deal for my daughter and its been fab. She plays xbox with it and is permanently on it and we have had no problems with it. Colour decent aswel.
I have one with the DVD player built in and jbl speakers built in and to me it looks great and I can watch movies of my usb stick 3 hdmi ports 2 USB ports and Freeview HD plus my Xbox one says it is in 1080p 60hz not 720p 60hz also have smart Blaupunkt also that I use as my tv downstairs and for the money you can not go wrong
Been looking for a TV to use for the xbox one (as my disappointing AOC monitor doesnt work for the job!), and this TV is the cheapest one I have seen. I agree that waiting a little longer the price will drop.
HD Ready means that the television is able to handle a High Definition signal. It produces 720 lines of information across the screen which is not Full HD. It does not have a High Definition tuner built in, so the HD services would come from an external source such as Sky, Virgin or a recorder with HD built in.
I had one of these on the black Fri deal @£150 however colour bleed on reds / oranges with a strange haze fluorescent haze around faces made it unbearable so it had to go back. I would have kept it had it not been for this problem. I found some documentation regarding this issue but it seems not every set suffers from it. Very strange !!
Thanks for all the comments guys. Like I say, I'm not expecting massive things from this, but not arsed at that price,plus with 12 MTH no quibble warranty, I can't complain. Was 2 there when I was in, but reviewing previous comments, it seems Tesco is the place to go for a tech bargain at mo. Sound wise, will try and pick up a cheap sound bar. I'm just happy to have 3 HDMI ports now, was a nightmare just having 2. Hoping it copes well with PS4 games being 1080p so time will tell.thanks for the heat guys
Not an AV freak but a word of warning, I was using a Blaupunkt TV over the weekend and there just did not seem to be any bass in the audio at all - rather bizarre considering this brand are known for their loud and bassy car speaker systems...
Is it this one: https://www.tesco.com/direct/blaupunkt-bla-43134mxn-smart-43-inch-full-hd-led-tv-with-freeview-hd/418-9896.prd?source=others
Cold - not a 10 bit curved 8k OLED with 120fps G-Sync and 1ms input lag :P
The Brand means nothing nowadays. It had a very good reputation for car audio equipment, but the company was sold in the 1990s. It is now just a paid for brand name to stick onto very cheap and cheaply made generic monitors. It is no different from an unbranded monitor with no name. Once again I advise against buying cheap for the sake of it being cheap. If you want to enjoy your equipment buy something better (which will cost more) Edit - the £76.21 is for a used unit - the new unit costs £149, the same as a 24" LG. Buy the LG one.
Getting cold not worth 80 pounds? :p
Can this run 12v for camper/caravan?
great price.... bargain
I recently bought the 9" version from Sainsbury's for £40 and it's pretty good.
damn should be in audio visual category sorry
bit late but seen part number so googled it, even though it good price I honest enough to say cheaper on amazon at £48
when I go into town later I look for part number
Quality German Engineering
not ever worth £100, seems over priced at £65 to be honest. Blaupunkt are just a chinese junk brand these days
any idea of model number?
I've got a 43" version (not the black Friday one) picked up a few months back for the bedroom, paid £179.99. If the TV was used in the lounge it would be going back, picture is ok for the money but the interface is really slow to respond, can take over 10 seconds for any key presses to respond, especially after it first powers on. I've updated to latest version of the software but hasn't made any difference.
i have this exact model from a tesco black friday 2 years ago (£170 with discounts then). sound is TERRIBLE, the speakers rumble and voice is inaudible above 18-20 volume. backlight looks uneven when screen is actively playing black but i've not noticed any poor picture quality in real use - i use this for ps4 gaming and kodi and i'm happy with it's quality. lot of inputs, no optical out but HDMI ARC does work - useful as a soundbar is almost essential with this TV. apparently has usb recording from freeview feature, never used this but it's usb ports are powered (for chromecast/other dongles) and i've never had trouble playing files from an USB stick on it. all in all a competent budget 40" but you could get 50" sharp smart TV for £200 price on black friday and i've seen 4k 40" with HDR (sketchily) listed on this site for £250 over the weekend - all these sales will happen again late december.
No way it's powered by jbl.... mine sounds pretty decent
No it's not the same... it was a 43 inch one at tesco
It was 150 but looks like it. I bought one
This is £249 why is it not expired?
I am happy with this TV you tube BBC Iplayer and You tube are great,downloaded the Netflix update, but can't seem to set up the "cast function have never had or used this technology before" any help is appreciated
All the files in each of the folders are the same type (mkv) but I'm not sure I understand what you mean by selecting to display all file types -simply because I have scoured the settings and haven't seen that anywhere. But even folder - with no file type or extension - do not display in order, see below. As a 'workaround(!!!)', I have resorted to playing everything through a Kodi box anyway.
They do appear to be sorted in file type (if you select to display all file types), then within each type (eg. mpg, mp3 etc) they are alphabetically.
I don't suppose anybody is watching this thread anymore but on the off chance somebody is who bought one of these, can anybody tell me if they use it to watch videos on a USB stick, do the files appear in alphabetical order? On mine, they appear in some random order so if I am watching a series, for example, they also play in a random order. I contacted the manufacturers and they insist that the files are in alphabetical order but even after resetting it to factory settings, they are random on mine. Anybody got any advice or different experience?
maybe an emoji would help
My sarcasm perhaps not as clear as I thought!
You will find better deals on here that you can buy with a click of the mouse any day of the week rather than in the scrum at Asda on black Friday,
I could see a difference between my 720 and 1080 50" sets.....the 720p looked way better as it was a better TV! Resolution is only relevant when you take screen size and viewing distance into account (making 4k pointless for the majority of TV buyers) but sam-of-london seems to ignore this point so he can keep spouting the same nonsense on every 720/1080 tv deal posted.
Serious question. My panasonic plasma has bad screen burn and i'm not ready to go 65 inch 4k (hopefully 2018) so need something for 18 month short term fix. I think i read these are german engineered, not relevant as not a car, but are these vestel or better than vestel. Used to be a very loyal matsushita customer (even buying 3do) but technics (products failing soon after expiry of guarantee) and panasonic selling their "name" to vestel has put me right off.
Be 50 quid on Black Friday with a packet of free jam donuts
Saw this same deal in Tesco Extra Quedgeley (Gloucester) so I think it is nationwide.
normal price for this tv
be half that on Chav-Friday.
also looking for a code if anyone can help please
Code expired now - any other codes to use?
Does anyone have the problem that the sound cuts off for a split second when a scene goes quiet on a programme ? Very annoying .
Got this last weekend and it's excellent for the price! Was expecting much less but the quality and colors are great! Hooked a FireStick to it for the bedroom, happy days!
I found it a little tinny as well but not enough to run out and get a soundbar, as its used for gaming I use gaming headphones but I will add a soundbar and subwoofer at a later stage. I am still happy with my tv, and believe me I am sick of Samsung and Lg with there global dimming backlight and crap quality control as some of the tvs weren't even screwed together properly.