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GVA 32" (80cm) HD LED LCD TV - $158.40 (Was $248) @ The Good Guys eBay

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Great price for this TV if you're just looking to put one in the kids room or a mancave :-)

Originally $248 on TGG website, then reduced to $198 and now $158.40 with current 20% off code.
Delivered for an extra $11.92 so $170.32 all up, or free click & collect store pickup.

Original 20% off at The Good Guys eBay Deal Post

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  • +13

    Note: 1,366 x 768 pixel screen resolution at 50Hz

    • +3

      You're right, but those who are buying this are not in it for the pixels and just for the price :P

      • …and at only 32 inches, it doesn't matter much unless you're planning to use it for a computer monitor (which is probably a bad idea for other reasons, too).

    • +1
  • vote plus. Not sure if it is a better deal than the 42 inch one had recently

  • +23

    Great price for this TV if you're just looking to put one in the kids room or a mancave :-)

    What? Best display in the house goes in the mancave…

    • +3

      lol… all my best shit is in the mancave

      hell all the shit in the mancave is worth more than everything outside of it

    • Came here to post this. Was not disappointed. Thanks boys.

  • How is the image quality, and reliability of this TV?

    • At this price, I'd say expect the bare minimum :)

    • Totally fine.

      I bought one in the last sale to mount in the back patio - it's great for the price!

  • +4

    I bought the 42" TV of this Brand and it is great for the bedroom. Use it for PS4 and streaming EPL via Chromecast.

  • Who Zor gaming with ps4 like on this g'tv?

    • Zor gaming with ps4 like plenty good fun on this g'tv.

      Some input lag and not-perfectly-optimal resolution (definition/sharpness) and fluidity (it's not 60hz) on some games (older/simpler/well-optimised games) you may find.

      Like any g'tv, it work, yes, so OK if not picky. But recommend better g'tv you find if room in budget.

      • +1

        g'thanks man.. g'thanks

  • Why do all these big TV's not even do 1080p 60hz in PC mode
    such a small shitty res and 50hz what the heck !!!

    • +7

      calm down mate, look at the price lol

    • +3

      Where? What big TV?

      • +1

        I'm also wondering which BIG tv he's talking about, lol

  • +1

    Also bought the 42" version after changing the picture setting to "Scan" it worked a treat

  • can i use a chrome cast and wall mount this?

    • +2

      Yes it has HDMI so can be used with Chrome Cast. Also states wall mountable, the VESA mounting pattern size is 200x100. It is a light TV and would suggest a ebay mount that is $12.99 delivered.

      • Picked mine today, and it is feather weight indeed. @matt in perth did you happen Mount this on the wall? Can pls charge the eBay link or eBay item No. Cheers…

  • +3

    Boom, purchased.
    It's harder and harder to find a TV with headphone output these days, I need one for my treadmill. $158 for a 32" is a no-brainer.

    • +1

      Does anyone else have issues when picking up these eBay deals from TGG it never takes just 1 day

  • +2

    Perfect for the children's play room thanks.

  • +1

    Hi guys, this has got more details on it and also the manual and quick start guide:-

    http://www.gvaproducts.com.au/our-products/tv-accessories/32...

  • want one just for a tv to watch youtube on hmm

    • That's why I bought it.
      It was was either this or buy a chromecast and TV stand for existing old crappy TV.

      Easy choice for me

  • +2

    This was for an older model GVA 32 inch but they don't like it at Productreview

    http://www.productreview.com.au/p/gva-32-full-high-definitio...

  • +1

    Good price. Shite tv

  • +1

    Worth mentioning that when I bought mine on this deal, PAYPAL was the only payment option to recieve the discount. When attempting to use my credit card, the voucher was removed.

    Safe to asume that its a Paypal-partner discount promotion?

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