Reviews and Problems with Finlux 32F8030-T / 40F8030-T / 46F8030-T
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5 April 2013
Excerpt: About £400 is what we'd judge most people count on spending on a normal TV with no flashy features, but get to the shops and there's always something else that bumps up the price. Maybe smart TV apps, 3D, Full HD or LED backlighting edges the costs up, so much so that a decent cheap TV isn't easy to find.
Conclusion: If you’re in the market for a cheap 32in TV, it’s hard to see how you could do any better right now than the Finlux 32F8030-T. Despite some occasional motion artefacts its pictures are so assured and immersive that they humble those of some TVs costing twice as much. Chuck in decent multimedia features and even a bit of online streaming support, and you’ve got what genuinely deserves to be called a budget classic.
Pros: Unbelievably good value, Startlingly good picture quality, Delivers DLNA and online media support
Cons: A few relatively minor motion handling issues, Useful online services are (predictably!) limited, Uninspiring audio