Dunnersfella: If you can't get reception, then you won't get Freeview then...
Dunnersfella: surely you can just watch movies on a computer / tablet instead.
Elpie: Why restrict yourself to web retailers? I recommend you use the web, check out stores like Harvey Norman to see what TV's are close to what you want, then go in and screw a deal down to the price you are prepared to pay. The last TV I bought, I managed to negotiate with Noel Leemings to $400-odd less than the asking price then got them to throw in a TV cabinet and HDMi cable free to sweeten the deal.
If you are not used to negotiating just ask-
Ragnor: You could get UHF aerial in to the lounge then use setup a htpc there to stream out ethernet/wireless/homeplug powerline network to wherever in the house.
Actually doesn't the HDHomeRun output DLNA (might be HDHomeRun Prime only) now? If so any TV that supports DLNA could work off that.
Regs: noel leeming has a 24" full hd panny with freeview and usb for $299 ($347 at jb hifi) http://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/televisions/led-televisions/20-29-led-tvs/panasonic-th-l24x5-24-high-definition-led-lcd/prod115945.html
Lykho:Regs: noel leeming has a 24" full hd panny with freeview and usb for $299 ($347 at jb hifi) http://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/televisions/led-televisions/20-29-led-tvs/panasonic-th-l24x5-24-high-definition-led-lcd/prod115945.html
turns out that Noel Leeming one had a hidden $65 delivery fee. ridiculous.
the hunt continues!
Elpie: Did you ask if they would waive it?
Lykho:Elpie: Did you ask if they would waive it?
nope. I was just going off their webpage.
Elpie: Nothing to lose by trying. If you are happy enough with the online price and they won't go down when you ask if that price is the best they can do, then ask for delivery to be included.
Keep in mind that including delivery free-of-charge is the same as getting that cost off the price. Most of those stores pay other companies to do their deliveries.