If you want to treat yourself to the largest possible TV at a low price, you can start today at Aldi. The discounter sells a 75-inch TV for a bargain price of just 775 euros. GIGA tells you what’s inside and whether the purchase is worth it.
Aldi sells Monster TV Medion Life X17575 for 775.03 euros
Due to the current situation, you can no longer do everything as it used to be. It is all the more important that you have a decent TV at home with which you can pass the time. Whether streaming, watching TV or playing, the TV must be big enough. If 55 or 65 inches are no longer enough, Aldi North and South will get a gigantic 75-inch TV for a mere 775.03 euros from July 30, 2020. Normally, the TV costs 799 euros, thanks to the VAT reduction that Aldi passes on directly to its customers, of course, you just save almost 24 euros on the purchase. But what do you get at this price? Indeed, a fairly well-equipped television, as a look at the features shows:
- 75-inch screen size
- 4K resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels
- HDR function
- Image optimization through CTI, 3D comb filter and noise reduction
- HD Triple Tuner (DVB-T2 HD, DVB-C, DVB-S2)
- WLAN, LAN, 3x HDMI, 3x USB, VGA
- Common Interface (CI +) slot
- Stereo speakers with 8 watts each
- Netflix app and media portal pre-installed
- Energy efficiency class A
- 3 year guarantee
That’s a lot of TV for only 775 euros. The TV has a small drawback. The LCD panel is not one of the brightest displays on the market. If you don’t put the Medion TV directly at the window, that shouldn’t be a problem.
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Who is it worth buying the Aldi TV for?
For everyone who wants it to be as cheap and large as possible. A 75-inch TV for 775 euros is not often available. Of course, you have to make small cuts here and there. The panel is not the brightest and best on the market. Nevertheless, you get a solid TV at an attractive price, which cuts a good figure in every living room and almost gives you a cinema feeling. There are alternatives from Samsung or LG on offer, but they are noticeably more expensive than the Medion TV. Aldi is currently simply unbeatable in this area. The huge television is also delivered home at no extra charge.