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landcruiserguy

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#248387 24-Mar-2019 08:13
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My mother in law is changing rest homes and she is after a small TV (rest home apartment is small).  Anything considered.  Also after a wall mount.

 

Shipping in likely to be uneconomical and I am in Canterbury.


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  #2204120 24-Mar-2019 08:50
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As long as you're not concerned about the resolution being only 1366x768 you can't really go past the warehouse for cheap 32" tvs.

 

$269.00 brand new with warranty.

 

https://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/p/veon-32-inch-hd-tv-sro322016/R2126917.html

 

 

 

 





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  #2204123 24-Mar-2019 09:02
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Andib:

 

As long as you're not concerned about the resolution being only 1366x768 you can't really go past the warehouse for cheap 32" tvs.

 

$269.00 brand new with warranty.

 

https://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/p/veon-32-inch-hd-tv-sro322016/R2126917.html

 

 

 

 

Thanks, I have a couple of Veons and am happy with them but am holding out for a 1080p model.  Veon also has very bad sound and she won't have a sound bar.  Admittedly I am not sure the other cheap TV are any better.


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  #2204152 24-Mar-2019 10:43
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Warehouse have a Sony 32 for 380 today.



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  #2204155 24-Mar-2019 10:55
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gzt: Warehouse have a Sony 32 for 380 today.

 

Gandma is too cheap for that otherwise I would have just got her a samsung for about that price.  I think it's false economy personally but it is what it is.


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  #2204157 24-Mar-2019 11:03
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On Trademe there's a few Second Hand down your way but true 1080P panels are rare in 32" 


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  #2204203 24-Mar-2019 12:41
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Warehouse has $99 SmartVU today. Requires internet, monitor and glue + speakers. Too complex maybe.

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  #2204210 24-Mar-2019 12:55
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gzt: Warehouse has $99 SmartVU today. Requires internet, monitor and glue + speakers. Too complex maybe.


Way to complex for Grandma

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