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Old 10-10-2012, 22:42
martymcfly1109
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After a 32" LCD for my parents, budget is around 200 and they are not interested in going on line to check for bargains and want to see the tv before they buy it. Not worried about full hd as they have an old 21" at present.

Anyone know of any high street/supermarket bargains they can have a look at.
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Old 11-10-2012, 14:30
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You can try with the LG 32CS460 http://sveyo.com/2012/07/lg-32cs460-lcd-tv-review/ I think they still have it for sale at eBay.You will hardly find anything better for this kind of money and LG is one of the brands which has proven they can build good cheep panels. Agora and Finlux also have some 32-inch TVs within your budget but I am not aware of the exact models. Good luck
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Old 11-10-2012, 15:37
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Or this 32 inch Toshiba. I have a 42 inch tosh and it's pretty damn good!

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2710630921...ht_2222wt_1186

And an LG

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2809933384...ht_2495wt_1186

Both will do the job and around your budget. I would stay away from some of the budget brands, not so reliable and customer service may not be up to scratch.
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Old 11-10-2012, 19:27
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As the OPs parents want to actually see the set before they buy (don't expect much of a demo though)and have severe budget limitations the choice is fairly narrow

By price
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Browse...299.99%7C2.htm

http://www.richersounds.com/products...asma/all-tvs#2

http://www.tesco.com/direct/technolo...94953214+40693

http://direct.asda.com/TVs/4041,defa...0&pmax=250&fix
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Old 11-10-2012, 20:42
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A 32" Panasonic for 219

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Produc...tm?Price+Cut=1

A 32" LG for 229.

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Produc...tm?Price+Cut=1

I know this is just over the 200 - but either of these would be fine.
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Old 11-10-2012, 23:21
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OP, are you sure your parents wouldn't appreciate an HDTV with an HD tuner? If you could stretch the budget up to 300 they will be able to buy a better quality TV and see it first.

The Samsung UE32EH5000 is a good quality HDTV with an HD Freeview tuner and is 299 with a 5 year g'tee from John Lewis. I recommended it to a friend only 2 weeks ago and she has now bought it. It sets itself up and has a good Freeview picture and the HD Freeview, whilst not excellent, is not far off. There is no internet access or 3D which you don't want hence the low price.
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Old 13-10-2012, 00:48
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OP, are you sure your parents wouldn't appreciate an HDTV with an HD tuner? If you could stretch the budget up to 300 they will be able to buy a better quality TV and see it first.

The Samsung UE32EH5000 is a good quality HDTV with an HD Freeview tuner and is 299 with a 5 year g'tee from John Lewis. I recommended it to a friend only 2 weeks ago and she has now bought it. It sets itself up and has a good Freeview picture and the HD Freeview, whilst not excellent, is not far off. There is no internet access or 3D which you don't want hence the low price.
This Samsung makes quite a big difference with the budget he mentioned, there are plenty of good TVs in the 300 price range though.
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