Looks like a good deal but i only payed 550 for my 42" samsung, most tv's r the same anyway just got different badges on them.
I woudl imagine the tv's to be of reaonable standard, don't however expect a 15 year life span out of it though! I bought a 37" from ebuyer a few years back, I can't remember the brand now but whilst it was a good tv and did the job it only lasted about 3 years before it broke down, I had replaced the tv before that though and sold it on so wasn;t too much of an issue to me but just be warned you most usually get what you pay for!
This brand you are talking about is actually owned by e-buyer from what I know so I would expect they are buying cheap imports from China etc and then just re-branding it to this make.
So I woudl say there is nothing wrong withthese tv's but they may not be top quality build etc!
You can get decent priced Sony or Samsung LCD's these days if you look around as Stevo says so I would just save that extra £100 and buy a brand name personally.
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I use to have a old unbranded (ebuyer) tv, and I wasnt too impressed. Colours were poor and blacks looked more like grey. I think it mainly comes down to how much attention to detail when watching TV at the end of the day. I love my blu ray films, so to me a good quality tv is important. From what I read over at avforums.com it seems that the cheaper tv's use the LCD panels which brands such as samsung and sony refuse to use due to quality.
For not much more you'll get a 37" FullHD/1080p Samsung at around £440, I know what I'd buy
Im reading this page on a 32" Samsung 1080p which only cost me £349 last month, much more for you money and is displaying the computer desktop at 1920x1080.
The blacks are really black, it is almost like the tv has switched off sometimes. I know where my money would go...
We have a Hannspree 32" LCD TV from ebuyer (For £300) 3 years ago and its still going strong.
Just want a bigger one
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