This was posted 1 year 10 months 23 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

expired Medion (Aldi) 40" FHD LED TV $379 - from 17 August

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  • 40" (101.6cm)FHD LED TV with DVD player
  • HD Tuner
  • LED backlight technology
  • Full HD Resolution 1920x1080
  • Built-in DVD Player
  • Media Player via USB
  • 3x HDMI Inputs
  • 60 days no question refund

More Info: http://aldi.medion.com/md30678/au/?refPage=medion

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    looks exact same as this recent deal

    http://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/112109

    but with a built-in dvd player for $30 extra

    aswell as this pre-sale kogan one for $329

    http://www.kogan.com/au/buy/40-led-tv-full-hd/

    •  

      True, but with Aldi, you can get a full refund in 60 days if you don't like it. As for Kogan, its pre-sale, shipping extra, and their customer service is not that great!!

      • +1 vote

        and no mortal brick shop, where Aldi you could bring the TV back if received broken

        • +1 vote

          No mortal brick shop? I guess it doesn't live forever ;-)

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    Would anyone happen to know if the TV works on 12 Volt?

    •  

      Not a chance. 110-240v AC only. Of course you can use a transformer and turn your 12v to 240v provided its a regulated 12v signal and has enough constant watts (and high peak watts) to power it.

      TVs that can be run straight off a 12v power supply typically say it as a selling point and are usually no larger than 19-26".

      Much better off with a good transformer and a better TV if 12v is the only means of powering it.

  •  

    Goodluck finding/getting one

  • +1 vote

    You're unlikely to find a TV over 32" that has a 12v input. Its one thing KOGAN is good for though. 12v's.

    Anyway, not a bargain to me:
    http://www.jbhifi.com.au/tv-lcd-led-plasma/soniq/40-full-hd-...

    Aldi may be easier to return to, but at least SONIQ tv's; while shit compared to big brands, are building a reliable track record.
    Also I can see on on display showing bluray anywere a JB is.

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      May be Soniq is a better brand than Medion, but 3000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio isn't something I would go for. Plus in-built DVD player could be handy for some people.

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    The Aldi & Kogan have a 4000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio maybe they are a newer generation panel
    with Kogan postage there is only $30 difference and the Aldi has the DVD player
    a lot of people insert DVD's the wrong way and they jam, hard to get out I know my sister has older such TV

    http://aldi.medion.com/md30678/au/?refPage=medion#ausstattun...

    Static contrast of 4,000:1
    Dynamic contrast of 40,000:1
    Physical resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 Pixel
    Aspect ratio of 16:9
    Brightness 250 cd/m² 
    Reaction time 8 ms (grey to grey)
    Viewing angle 178°/178° H/V 
    

    http://www.kogan.com/au/buy/40-led-tv-full-hd/

    KOGAN - Total Due with shipping (victoria) $349.40

    Brightness 250cd/m²
    Dynamic Contrast Ratio 4000:1
    Native Aspect Ratio 16:9
    Refresh Rate 50/60Hz
    Resolution 1920 x 1080
    Response Time 8ms
    Size 40"
    Viewable Angle 170 x 170

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