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32 inch lcd LG tv for less than £400! £399.99

£399.99 @ K and Co
LG 32LE2R - Ctv Lcd 32"16:9 Hd Ready Inc T/Top St Awesome TV! really good quality and good sound.. early this year around £700/800, you can now buy it for £399 bargain! Its HD ready and a lot of it… Read More
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1d, 3w agoFound 1 decade, 3 weeks ago
LG 32LE2R - Ctv Lcd 32"16:9 Hd Ready Inc T/Top St

Awesome TV! really good quality and good sound.. early this year around £700/800, you can now buy it for £399 bargain! Its HD ready and a lot of its components have been made by sony, like the LCD Panel! (bet ya didnt know that)
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banned#1
Thought that the panel was made by LG/Philips?
#2
I dont think so.. i went to the what hifi fair at the novotel london and thats wat i was told
#3
This have Freeview at all ?
#4
32" WidescreenLCDTV HD Ready 1366x768 resolution 2 x 10W total audio output 2 speakers Stereo NICAMsound Surround MAX Equaliser 500cd/m2 brightness 1600:1 contrast ratio Progressive ScanS-Videooutput 2 AV inputs YUV Cinch input VGA D-Sub 15-pin input Audio stereo output HDMIconnection 1 Year Parts Guarantee
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Screen size (inches) 32 Screen size measured diagonally from corner to corner in inches.
Screen format 16:9 Aspect ratio 16:9 is the standard for HDTV and most DVD video formats, better known as Widescreen. 4:3 aspect ratio is standard for normal PC monitors & Televisions.
HDTV ready Yes High Definition Television displays a picture with a much higher resolution than a standard television set, dramatically improving the picture quality. This is achieved by an increased number of lines.
Pixel resolution 1366x768 Display quality defined by the number of individual dots (pixels) used to create an image. The higher the number of pixels, the higher the image quality.
Built-in speakers Yes
Sound system Nicam
Power output (watts) 20 Maximum power output that the television can produce, measured in watts.
HDMI inputs 1
Scart sockets 2 21 pins AV connector that carries''s composite, S-video, RGB video, stereo audio and Widescreen switching signals.
S-video input Yes This is a high quality connection standard for products which utilise S-VHS, S-VHSC, Hi8 or other higher quality picture formats. It gives better results than standard composite video connection.
Tabletop stand supplied Yes
Wall mount included No
Remote Yes Enables you to operate your equipment from a remote handset.
Colour Black
Dimensions (H x W x D) in mm 587x811x124 Height x Width x Depth in millimetres
Weight (Kg) 25.5


I DONT THINK SO!
still... u can grab one for like £20 quid...
#5
I don't know if my nephew could be bothered having 2 remotes to mess about with , prices are falling daily so might just wait till the right one comes along for him .
#6
OMG.. how lazy is ur nephew? if he doesnt want two remotes.. just use one and walk over to the tv for the other..
Usually with a freview remote you can switch on the tv anywayz and change the volume no?
anywayz all the built in freeviews are rubbish.. they always take 20 seconds to change channel!

the right tv is a Sony W series 40 inch.. cos it can handle 1080p or a 40 inch toshiba regza!! good luck findin one for less than £900 tho!

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