Top Four Quality Televisions at Budget Prices

by Jeremiah on October 18, 2013


One of the good things about the rapid advancement of technology these days is that if you’re thinking about cheap televisions, you don’t really have to skimp on quality.

The variety of televisions and the rate at which newer models are released means that there is a plethora of quality-build televisions that you can choose from. You need to resist the temptation to buy the biggest screen you can afford though -instead, you must consider the image and sound quality, as well as the the software and the connection options.

Toshiba 22D1334B

In terms of a compact package that offers you solid entertainment, you’d be hard pressed to find a better deal beyond this Toshiba model. If you already have a television set elsewhere in your home, you can set this model up with an HD receiver to stream HD content to your screen from across the house. – I think this is a bit too techy and would need additional equipment so can we amend to “It’s ideal for kitchens or bedrooms, and with an integrated DVD player it’s versatile too”

A built-in Freeview digital TV is included, which gives you access to up to 50 digital channels and 24 radio stations. It features HDMI, USB, SCART as well as PC inputs, giving it versatile connectivity.

Toshiba 32L4353DB

Toshiba’s 32-inch LED TV with fully integrated Freeview offers cutting-edge picture quality, great colours and handy features like USB multi-playback. It comes with all the trimmings, including Active Motion and Resolution Technology, which enhances movement in fast-moving scenes.

The integrated Freeview lends up to 50 digital TV channels and 24 radio stations. The ports and connections are great too, with USB capability for video and music playback. It also has multiple HDMI ports, so you don’t have to get a splitter if you want to share the port between your video game console as well as your Blu-Ray player.

Digihome 32165LED

This Digihome LED TV is a pretty strong all-rounder. Featuring a built-in Freeview tuner like the sets mentioned above, you can enjoy Freeview and other HD content with this screen’s lavish edge-lit LED technology. It’s received an A-grade in its energy rating and its power consumption during standby is less than 0.5 Watts.

It features one HDMI port, a SCART socket and a USB port, too. You’ll be able to connect to your Blu-ray player, your games consoles, cameras and memory drives.

Panasonic TXL24XM6B

If you’re looking for something that saves on space but doesn’t compromise on quality by doing so, then this is the set you want. While there are other smaller HD screens out there that are LED-powered, this one stands out from the crowd by including an IPS Alpha panel to provide a truly high-image quality, with rich colours.

Apart from the integrated Freeview channels, you’ll have 2 HDMI ports, which means you can connect a Blu-ray player as well as a video game console (or your computer).

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