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Ferguson F2620LVD

Ferguson F2620LVD
alaScore 80

3 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the value for money, but many are critical about the sound and remote control. Opinions are divided on the build quality.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Ferguson F2620LVD is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Ferguson F2620LVD review

 

Disappointing contrast levels leave us awash in a sea of black

Built-in DVD player

Poor black and contrast levels ; Horrid menus

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Ferguson F2620LVD 26in LCD TV

 

As a conclusion to a string of budget TVs, John tries out Ferguson's F2620LVD 26in LCD TV.

With this in mind, it's actually quite a relief to find that the number of features on board the F2620LVD is extremely limited. Pretty much the only thing I found that runs beyond the standards found on any TV is a simple, multi-level noise reduction...

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Ferguson F2620LVD review

 

From a purely utilitarian point of view, the Ferguson F2620LVD's built-in DVD player makes it just about worth considering if you really hate clutter and don't have more than £330 to spare. Just don't expect to get decent performance or build quality...

Built-in DVD player makes the set handy for use in a second room ; Cheap ; Pictures are bright ; High-definition pictures are reasonably sharp

Rubbish build quality ; Dismal contrast ; Inconsistent backlight ; Poor disc-grabbing mechanism ; Flimsy remote ; Poor on-screen menus ; Feeble audio

Conclusion While it's all well and good for Ferguson to sell the F2620LVD for relative peanuts, the company's forgotten to pay attention to AV quality. In fact, the F2620LVD's performance is so poor that £330 doesn't look like such great value after all

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