Aria Easter Special Hyundai 32"


Standard Member"+Widescreen+TV?productId=26747

Does anyone know if this is any cop?

Hyundai is one of the most recognisable brands on the planet. Producing high quality goods at affordable prices has been the catalist in this success and their latest line of HD ready TVs is set to solidify this reputation further more.

With all the features and specs that you would expect of such a high quality screen yet at one of the lowest prices in the UK, the Hyundai HLTY-32F2 is expected to be one of the best selling screens Aria Technology have ever sold.

Stocks are limited so urgent action is needed. Our competition also sell affordable 32" screens, but none have the piece of mind and quality guarantee that you get when buying a Hyundai. As far as we are concerned, there is no longer any competition - it is Hyundai every time.

Want one? Then why not finally get one!

* Features High Brightness 500cd/m2
* Contrast Ratio 1200:1
* 170 Viewing angles
* Multiple Video Inputs
* Elegant Design
* Rich Sound Speaker
* Easy Wall-Mounting Stand

Technical Details:
Aspect ratio 16:9
Brightness 500 cd/m²
Colour support 16.7M
Contrast ratio 1200:1
Dimensions 810 x 663 x 234(With Stand)
Inputs S-VIDEO, 2 x SCART, RCA Jack, Audio L/R RCA Jack, D-Sub Jack / 15Pin, HDMI
Pixel pitch 0.170 x 0.150 x RGB
Power consumption operational 300 Watt
Resolution 1,366 RGB 768
Response time 8ms
Speakers 20W(10W+10W) / RMS
Teletext pages 16
Viewing angle 170 / 170
Voltage required 100V-240V (50/60Hz)
Weight 17.8Kg
Warranty 2yr manufacturer

Can't seem to find any details on this screen. The specs make it sound OK but you never know...


Active Member
For the price (probably cheaper than a CRT of same size) , I think you just take a flyer and see how it goes. Its not worth debating and over-analysing.

Hell, I have seen 20" computer LCD's for more!

As long as it works, you are ahead. For it to be bad enough to bother you at that price, it would be so bad that the Sale of Goods act kicks in anway. So I just dont see any downside here. Honestly.

Main issue will be whether Aria actually has these - or takes your order and then takes another 5 months to produce the item on your doorstep.


Standard Member
Well, I can complain if I buy it and it's worse than the many other 32" screens available for that price. :)

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