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    Tesco 32" HD Ready 1080p LCD TV built-in Freeview was£349 now £199



    Technika 32" HD Ready 1080p LCD TV with built-in Freeview 32-250
    Catalogue number: 206-2354

    Purchase this TV and get a Free Sky+HD Box when you join Sky TV with the HD Pack. See [url]www.tesco.com/sky for details.

    * £199.00
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    Standard next day delivery (if ordered by 12 noon Sunday to Friday)
    * Buy Now Pay Later. 0% interest for 6 months available on this product
    * Buy a Selected TV and get this Alphason AV36/3-PB Glass TV Stand (206-6432) for only £80-HALF PRICE!
    * Double Clubcard Points
    * Was £349.00 Then £299.00 Now £199.00 Save £50. Previous price charged between 11.09.09 - 23.11.09

    Description

    This Technika 32-250 32" Full HD TV comes in a glossy black finish and has a 1080p resolution. It features buiilt-in Freeview enabling access to Freeview channels and radio stations. A 7 day electronic TV guide is included allowing you to organise when to watch your favourite TV programmes. This Full HD TV also features Nicam Stereo sound,, PC input, 2 HDMI connections and 2 SCART sockets. This Technika 32" TV includes a remote control and stand, but the TV can also be wall mounted.

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    Can't work out if this is HD ready or Full HD - Described as HD Ready 1080p but description reads as Full HD

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    What the logos mean

    HD READY
    HD Ready has a minimum resolution of 720 lines for displaying High Definition content.

    It can accept HD video formats in 720p and 1080i, but may not display the full resolution from more advanced 1080p sources.

    Images may distort slightly, so it’s not perfect but you still get amazing picture quality with Blu-ray Discs™, upscaled DVDs and PLAYSTATION®3 games.

    In order to use this logo, the TV set needs to be widescreen and must feature an analogue component as well as an HDMI connection.

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    HD READY 1080P
    HD Ready 1080p is the future. Its screen resolution meets the minimum requirements of HD Ready with the addition of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

    It displays 1080i and 1080p content without distortion, which means you can choose a larger screen than your current TV (even if your room isn’t that big).

    The finer detail means you can sit closer to a larger TV screen without seeing the individual pixels, so you can fully enjoy the next generation of home entertainment.

    On top of this, the HD Ready 1080p logo guarantees that content can be reproduced at 24Hz (24 frames per second), as well as 50Hz and 60Hz (e.g. DVD).

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    HD TV 1080P
    HDTV includes a digital tuner with your TV set, on top of all requirements for HD Ready. This means you can both receive and display HD content without adding a tuner box.

    HDTV 1080p is the same as HDTV, but it can handle full HD resolution at 1920 x 1080 as well as 24p content (i.e. Blu-ray Disc™ movies).
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    Bargain.But I'd end up with more TV's than Dixons

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    Great spot... But need a smaller TV for the bedroom.

    My cupboard thing I reckon will only support 27ish...

    Are they doing a line cheap?

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    Out of stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by expressman33
    Can't work out if this is HD ready or Full HD - Described as HD Ready 1080p but description reads as Full HD

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    What the logos mean

    HD READY
    HD Ready has a minimum resolution of 720 lines for displaying High Definition content.

    It can accept HD video formats in 720p and 1080i, but may not display the full resolution from more advanced 1080p sources.

    Images may distort slightly, so it’s not perfect but you still get amazing picture quality with Blu-ray Discs™, upscaled DVDs and PLAYSTATION®3 games.

    In order to use this logo, the TV set needs to be widescreen and must feature an analogue component as well as an HDMI connection.

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    HD READY 1080P
    HD Ready 1080p is the future. Its screen resolution meets the minimum requirements of HD Ready with the addition of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

    It displays 1080i and 1080p content without distortion, which means you can choose a larger screen than your current TV (even if your room isn’t that big).

    The finer detail means you can sit closer to a larger TV screen without seeing the individual pixels, so you can fully enjoy the next generation of home entertainment.

    On top of this, the HD Ready 1080p logo guarantees that content can be reproduced at 24Hz (24 frames per second), as well as 50Hz and 60Hz (e.g. DVD).

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    HD TV 1080P
    HDTV includes a digital tuner with your TV set, on top of all requirements for HD Ready. This means you can both receive and display HD content without adding a tuner box.

    HDTV 1080p is the same as HDTV, but it can handle full HD resolution at 1920 x 1080 as well as 24p content (i.e. Blu-ray Disc™ movies).
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    Tesco's definitions are incorrect.

    Ignore the Full HD terminology. It is meaningless and there are no standards that define Full HD. It is loosely interpreted as 1080P vertical resolution.

    HD Ready 1080P is a standard defined by EICTA. To qualify for HD Ready 1080P the device must support HDCP decoding, have an input port that possess HDCP (such as DisplayPort, DVI, HDMI) and 1080P vertical resolution. These are the main requisites. In effect, HD Ready 1080P is a superset of HD Ready.

    Consequently, a TV that is described as Full HD but does not meet HD Ready 1080P requirements may not support HDCP decoding which means that blu ray content may not be playable.

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    Enthusiast jacquini
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    I Purchased this television for a spare room and with it came a unique lifetime guarantee for only £39.99 which covers the television for 8 years.

    Purchase a Lifetime Warranty FOR ONLY £39.99
    or Register your Product for FREE

    click here
    Existing customers : Login here

    Click here to visit www.skymediauk.co.uk

    In order to register your product or purchase our Lifetime Warranty you will need to provide only basic details. Registration will provide you with 3 Free months additional guarantee if you register within 7 days of purchasing the TV. To purchase the Lifetime Warranty we will need to take card details over a secure portal. This has all been set up for ease of processing, and your warranty is confirmed over email.

    * Step 1 Register Appliance
    * Step 2 Purchase Lifetime Warranty (Optional)

    Win a 23" Full 1080 HD Digital LCD with built in Freeview and DVD Player

    Has anyone ever heard of this before. Seems very good guaranteeing a Television for 8 years for only £39.99 but I have not seen this before and Tesco are not mentioned on the guarantee registration form.

    Thanks

    Happy New Year to all.

    Jacqui

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    Im now gagging for a deal like this to come along again - as im in desperate need of a new TV

    Best on Tesco now for two hundred sheets is a 26"

    Thats just not cricket!


 

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