- Frequently Asked Questions in Televisions
Frequently Asked Questions in Televisions
Here are the most frequently asked questions our television expert Kat gets asked:
Where can I find out information about Logik/Technika/Pentus/Matsui/Clarity/Cello/Luxor/Orion/Ferguson/Maxim/UMC TVs?
Who makes Logik/Technika/Pentus/Matsui/Clarity/Cello/Luxor/Orion/Ferguson/Maxim/UMC TVs?
These brands are used by various manufacturers to give names to the TVs they make for large retailers such as Dixons, Currys, Comet and Tesco. So they don’t have websites or any real after-sales service. If you have a problem with a TV made by one of these manufacturers (or any other brand whose website isn’t easily found with a web search), the best thing to do is to contact either the shop you purchased it from (you may need your receipt) or a local TV dealership, who may be able to help with repairs.
For manuals, the following site may be helpful: Retrevo.com
My TV is broken, how do I fix it?
If you are experiencing a fault with your product we advise that you always check with the retailer that you made your purchase from. Check your guarantee or extended warranty to see if they are still in effect.
If your product is no longer under guarantee try searching the internet or enquiring in a local shop to see if the problem you are experiencing is a common one. That way you can work out whether it’s worth repairing or better to save for a new product.
What is ‘200Hz’?
200Hz means the TV processing engine inserts additional frames between the normal frames. The effect is to improve the way the TV shows fast motion, which makes it ideal for sport. You can find more about 200Hz at the Sony website.
How do I leave a review?
Reevoo only collect reviews from people who have purchased the product online from one of our retail partners.
We email these people a brief questionnaire asking them what they think about the product they’ve purchased.
We commit to publishing all product specific reviews whether favourable or critical on reevoo.com and on our partners’ websites. More detail about how we collect reviews.