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Skola

TV For £200

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Yo,

I have a budget of about £200-300 for a TV.

Built in freeview would be very useful as would HDMI but neither are vital.

I've found various deals / links etc here and there but I dont know if its a strictly known brands only thing or if I can trust something cheap and cheerful from a highstreet eletronics store like Curry's.

Not much of an enthusiast regarding HD/1080p etc so as long as the quality is better than some shady 15 inch CRT TV from about 5 years ago it will be an improvement!

Some random links Ive found doin a quick search:

Sony Bravia KDL22BX200BU 22-inch Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview £199.99

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-bravia-kdl22bx200bu-22-inch-wi/731384

Sanyo 32" CE32LD47-B LCD TV - HD Ready *GRADE STOCK* £270

http://www.cashconverters.co.uk/auction-item/329093/sanyo-32-ce32ld47-b-lcd-tv-hd-ready-grade-stock

DIGITREX CFD2671 26" HD Ready LCD TV £199.00

http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/digitrex-cfd2671-26-hd-ready-lcd-tv-03303335-pdt.html

Thanks again.

Skola

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all im saying is you shouldnt be purchasing a tv under 32 inches

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all im saying is you shouldnt be purchasing a tv under 32 inches

was gonna say same thing

anything under 32 dnt feel like HD

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Cheers

Thats the budget and its for the kitchen so smaller is ok.

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but who are Hannspree though?

isn't it best to go with big brands when copping something like this?

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If it's for the kitchen Hanspree will do you nicely, one of the better budget brands.

But obviously if you were looking to settle for a screen designated for blu-ray and gaming, then it'd be pointless.

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Hanspree are meant to be decent they used to do pc monitors back in the day but...

Richer Sounds!!!! Forgot about them.

Your a f*ckin sick guy Dubby CHEERS.

edit: might actually be too big lol need to check measurements

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Glasgow branch didnt have any of these left.

Edinburgh branch had one but box had been opened so not sure it coulda been ex-diplay, return or ex-repair wasnt really interesting in a 45 min drive to find out.

Ended up going with

LG 32LH3000 32 inch LCD TV 1080p HD Ready Freeview for £351 inc 5 year warranty

http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/lg/32lh3000/lg-32lh30starstar

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Always happens to me when I go to Richer Sounds. Never have the TV that I looked up on their site then I end up coming home with a different, more expensive model.

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Always happens to me when I go to Richer Sounds. Never have the TV that I looked up on their site then I end up coming home with a different, more expensive model.

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it says freeview on the f*ck*ng box and sh*t

BUT THERES NO f*ckIN FREEVIEW TUNER IN THE SOURCE SELECT WTF?

If there is no freeview tuner I am going back tomorrow to kill someone. And get a refund.

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false alarm

you cant receive freeview signal via an virgin media cable arial coz the digital tv companies do not broadcast terrestrial digital tv signals (the freeview stuff)

hooked it up to an old arial thats on the roof

sorted :Y:

looks rediculous in the kitchen tho :lol:

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false alarm

you cant receive freeview signal via an virgin media cable arial coz the digital tv companies do not broadcast terrestrial digital tv signals (the freeview stuff)

hooked it up to an old arial thats on the roof

sorted :Y:

looks rediculous in the kitchen tho :lol:

ballin!!!

:D

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i need a 42 for my room where is the cheapest place, thanks

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i need a 42 for my room where is the cheapest place, thanks

Richer Sounds is yuor 1st spot to check

Comet is good, has regular deals

Ebuyer and Superfi are good too

If you find a TV in a shop, check if John Lewis has it as they will price match and also give you 5 year guarantee

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Glasgow branch didnt have any of these left.

Edinburgh branch had one but box had been opened so not sure it coulda been ex-diplay, return or ex-repair wasnt really interesting in a 45 min drive to find out.

Ended up going with

LG 32LH3000 32 inch LCD TV 1080p HD Ready Freeview for £351 inc 5 year warranty

http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/lg/32lh3000/lg-32lh30starstar

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/201480

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Glasgow branch didnt have any of these left.

Edinburgh branch had one but box had been opened so not sure it coulda been ex-diplay, return or ex-repair wasnt really interesting in a 45 min drive to find out.

Ended up going with

LG 32LH3000 32 inch LCD TV 1080p HD Ready Freeview for £351 inc 5 year warranty

http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/lg/32lh3000/lg-32lh30starstar

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/201480

??

i dont think your mocking me but its out of stock and Ive already made a purchase.

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