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10-02-2020, 16:35   #1
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Blaupunkt 32 inch TV €119 -Tesco

Just seen this in Tesco in Jervis Shopping Centre. Seems like decent value ! Not sure what they're like, but would be suitable for a kitchen or kids room I'm sure.
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10-02-2020, 19:56   #2
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They're fairly crap but realistically a brand new TV for €120, you really couldn't complain no matter what you planned doing with it.
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Just seen this in Tesco in Jervis Shopping Centre. Seems like decent value ! Not sure what they're like, but would be suitable for a kitchen or kids room I'm sure.
I got one last week. Not a great TV but to be fair, for €120, I'm quite happy with it. Have it in my room atm
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Thats not even HD, its 1366 which is normal......for 13" displays. Like a smear of sudocream over everything at 32". Save an extra €50 for something watchable.
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Thats not even HD, its 1366 which is normal......for 13" displays. Like a smear of sudocream over everything at 32". Save an extra €50 for something watchable.
Not full HD

Fine for 32" though
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Thanks OP for taking the time to post this, it's exactly what I've had an eye out for and picked one up tonight. The picture is phenomenal! I say that as it's replacing a 20" 4:3 flat screen that I bought in Power City for €400 in 2005, hence why I'm giving the new tv such a glowing review. Where the TV is located gets little use, so didn't really have a need to upgrade, but for €119 you can't go wrong.
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Thanks OP for taking the time to post this, it's exactly what I've had an eye out for and picked one up tonight. The picture is phenomenal! I say that as it's replacing a 20" 4:3 flat screen that I bought in Power City for €400 in 2005, hence why I'm giving the new tv such a glowing review. Where the TV is located gets little use, so didn't really have a need to upgrade, but for €119 you can't go wrong.
Is it really that good? It’s not HD according to google

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God be with the days we used to hire a TV from Telerents and it would be a pile of junk that kept breaking down

Thanks for this OP
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They didn't have it in Clearwater and I was just looking for one for the bedroom, after 16 years of TV free bedroom. They did have the Sharp32bb2i for €179 though, allegedly €70 off. It's £169.99 on Richer Sounds so I treated myself.

Edit: Deliberately didn't want a smart TV as I had a 4k fire stick that wasn't being used

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Is it really that good? It’s not HD according to google
In the context of what it replaced it is. The old one didn't even have a HDMI port!
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Would this tv have freeviee capabilities? I mean just sticking in a cable from satellite dish into back without a box?
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Thats not even HD
It's HD ready and it's 32".. it'll be fine!

Have a HD Ready 32" Bush TV (bought for €200 in Argos) in my bedroom 5 years ago this summer - it's watched regularly and it's still perfect.

My 2 c's - don't knock cheap brands.

I always save the Sony's, Samsung's, LG's for the living room, and buy cheap for elaewhere.
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Can anyone let me know if there's some sort of audio out on this as I'd like to connect to external speakers?
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This offer anywhere in Cork?
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This offer anywhere in Cork?
They had some in Midleton last weekend
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