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Celcus 32-inch DLED32167HD LED TV owner reviews

Some of you have been looking for details on the Celcus 32″ HD Ready LED TV with Freeview, and we can tell you that there are currently three models, and these are the Celcus DLED32167HD, DLED32167HDDVD and the DLED32167HDCNTD. However, we have a feeling that the more popular of the three will be the former model, as this does seem to be the one that should still available to buy – even if it is outdated when compared to rival TVS.

We know this to be one of the latest models because there are several Celcus 32-inch DLED32167HD owner reviews from Sainsbury’s customers, which we will get to in a moment.

This is not a Smart TV, and so has no access to the Internet, although it does offer built-in Freeview. There are 2 HDMI ports and a USB input, meaning you could use a streaming stick, such as Roku, Amazon Prime or Chromecast, which then makes the DLED32167HD a Smart TV in a sense.

Celcus 32-inch DLED32167HD LED TV manual

Just for your information, this is not a 1080p model, but rather 720p, and so has a 1366 x 768 resolution, it has a 350 brightness level and 4000:1 contrast ratio. There is only Nicam Stereo, and so Dolby Digital that many TVS now come with, and it has a maximum sound output of 2x6W RMS.

To learn more details about this model, then you can always download the Celcus DLED32167HD LED TV manual.

Going on what some of the owners have been saying about this model, the picture and colour are very good and comes with no fancy features, which is reflected in its price.

This TV is also said to be very easy to set-up, which you can see in the image above. You can read over more of these reviews here.

Let’s just hope this is the model that Sainsbury’s will be selling again at a knocked down price.

Written by Peter Chubb

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Charles Foreman
Charles Foreman

Just wish i had never ever seen this TV as it is the worst TV i have ever had, one problem after another & now the remote has broken again for the 2nd time so will have to replace that again. Next time anything goes wrong it will go into the skips, i would recommend everyone stay well clear of these junk TV’s & buy another make

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