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    Technosonic 32 Inch HD ready LCD TV

    Thinking about getting this. Is it any good?

    Technosonic 32 Inch HD ready LCD TV

    Was: £499.99

    Save: £100.00

    Now: £399.99

    Description

    Now you can enjoy crystal clear television whenever you want withthe Technosonic 32-inch High-Definition LCD ready TV. This 32-inchtelevision features high definition interface for superb picture quality andwith stereo sound you will feel like you are a part of the action!

    The 32-inch television comes with the added luxury of programstorage meaning you can sit back and relax and watch your favourite showswithout lifting a finger.

    Features

    # 32'' widesceen High Definition ready LCD TV
    # HDMI Input (High Definition Media Interface )
    # NICAM Stereo for Digital sound quality
    # Panel Resolution: 1366 x 768 Pixels
    # Auto tuning and program storage
    # Teletext with 1000 page memory
    # Twin Scart Sockets for connection to DVD Player / Freeview Receiver
    # Full function Remote Control

    http://www.woolworths.co.uk/ww_p2/pr...l?pid=50739299

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    quality will be rubbish - theres a reason why the good sets start at £750. that said, its very very cheap. i'd rather get a high quality 26" set for the money
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    spend a few quid extra for the mirai 32" lcd @ scan 470 quid (free hexus delivery) and today only £20 odd cheaper. 2 years warranty alone worth the extra and its a better set imho

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    the good people at avforums seem to think its a good set indeed, just needs a good input as the standard tuner is a load of balls.

    A good set for my 360 maybe......

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    Yep this set is getting good reviews all over evidently it is a loss leader for Woolworths they have sold out of their original 25,000 order it is a rebadged THomson and sold for £999 from argos 6 months ago.

    If you can find one its is good value for the money by all accounts

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    I bought a £500 32" screen (Hyundai A321), and am very glad I didn't buy a £600 27" screen (was considering a Samsung),

    32" makes a huge difference, especially when you get 4:3 content - on a 27" screen that makes it about 20" 4:3, with a 32" you at least get a 24" 4:3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rack View Post
    I bought a £500 32" screen (Hyundai A321), and am very glad I didn't buy a £600 27" screen (was considering a Samsung),

    32" makes a huge difference, especially when you get 4:3 content - on a 27" screen that makes it about 20" 4:3, with a 32" you at least get a 24" 4:3.
    Where did you buy thr A321 from at that price?

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    Well, was a bit more than £500 but not much, it was at Ebuyer but with a bit of a discount ;-)

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    I was gonna say - the A321 pops up in the "Today Only" section on scan a fair bit for around £555 which is a great price!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5lab View Post
    quality will be rubbish - theres a reason why the good sets start at £750. that said, its very very cheap. i'd rather get a high quality 26" set for the money
    The quality is actually very very good. Better than most £600 LCD's.
    It's Thompson branded has an excellent screen and at £400 has to be the bargain of the year.

    You shouldn't make comments on assumptions only without seeing the TV in action.

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