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32" LG Digital HD 1080p £399.00

blind68 Avatar
8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Bought this the other day from PC world for £399 should be £499. ask the sales assitant at the checkout to match the Dixons online price. Pc world Dixons are part of the DSG group along with currys.
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Screen Size (inches) 32 inches Size of the screen measured diagonally across the screen
Picture Quality 1049088 pixels The higher the number of pixels the better the picture resolution will be
Flat Screen NO Flat screens reflect less and do not curve at the edges providing you with less distortion
Widescreen Option NO A format also known as 16:9 offering you the advantage of being able to watch movies in their original format
Sound Quality SURROUND MAX See our TV Buying Guide for more information
Digital Tuner YES This enables you to receive over 25 Freeview channels, subject to coverage, including BBC Three, BBC Four, BBC News 24, Sky News, Sky Sports News, ITV2, CBeebies and digital radio channels
Brightness 450 cd/m2 The greater the brightness the better quality of the picture usually is. However the actual picture quality is determined by how well the brightness and contrast of the TV work together
Viewing angles 178 degrees This determines the optimum viewing angle
On Screen Display NO For the simple on screen access to menu options
No of Scarts 2 To enable you to connect to other equipment such as a DVD player, video or games console
Line input NO
Stand Included YES
Wall Mountable YES
Parental Lock YES Unauthorised people such as children can be prevented from tampering with the equipment
Auto Install NO Automatically tunes your TV and sets up the channels at the touch of a button
Sleep Timer YES Can be set to turn off automatically
Headphone Socket NO For you to listen with personal headphones
Front AV sockets NO For easy connection of equipment such as camcorders or games consoles
Fastext NO Allows for faster and easier access to Ceefax and Teletext information services
Remote Control YES Enables you to operate your equipment from a remote handset
Weight 10.7 kg This is the weight of the appliance in KG
Height (exc Stand) 548 mm
Width (exc stand) 806 mm
Depth (exc stand) 79 mm .
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#1
Its NOT 1080p by the way.
#2
Full 1080p for £399? Link doesnt work :( Any idea of the model number?
#3
why not post the link then to the dixons web site, get it at the price you claim instead of jumping through hoops to get (or not) a price match? your link just takes you to the PC world website as well....sorry voting cold....
#5
I thought the min size for true 1080p was 40"
i think they overlap let me know if i am wrong as a friend told me
#6
turty40
I thought the min size for true 1080p was 40"
i think they overlap let me know if i am wrong as a friend told me

Some smaller screen TV's get marketed as being able to accept 1080i/p inputs which then get downscaled to 720. This then only serves to confuse Joe Average.
The 40" minmum size limit is incorrect however.
#7
Lol. 1080p with only a million pixels? ("Picture Quality 1049088 pixels The higher the number of pixels the better the picture resolution will be")

NO. Forget it, Sandman'.

EDIT: Didn't think there was any size-limitation, other than how small they can make one pixel. If they can make a pixel 0.1mm square, then they can make a 1080p tv with a screen size of 19.2cm by 10.8cm, as far as I was aware. I bet the 1080p brigade would still be "totally able to see the difference between 720p and 1080p" from about 200yards away.
#8
Houldey
Lol. 1080p with only a million pixels? ("Picture Quality 1049088 pixels The higher the number of pixels the better the picture resolution will be")

NO. Forget it, Sandman'.

EDIT: Didn't think there was any size-limitation, other than how small they can make one pixel. If they can make a pixel 0.1mm square, then they can make a 1080p tv with a screen size of 19.2cm by 10.8cm, as far as I was aware. I bet the 1080p brigade would still be "totally able to see the difference between 720p and 1080p" from about 200yards away.


Absolutely. I think the size misconceptions arose from the minimum size limitation in respect of plasma screens rather than LCD.
#9
turty40
I thought the min size for true 1080p was 40"
i think they overlap let me know if i am wrong as a friend told me



Smallest I have seen that is a true 1080p is 37", I'm sure in time they will make smaller models though.

For example

http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/product/seo/726223?source_id=aw&camp_id=www.ukprices.com
#10
Monitors can display 1080p from about 22", have been for years.
#11
i think the mistake here is that the tv takes a 1080p input, though obviously doesnt display 1080p.
#13
i been playing games on my 19" pc monitor at 1080P for like 5 years now ;)
#14
37" is the smallest you can get with 1080p
#15
if your hd monitor or tv accepts 1080p that doesnt mean it is full 1080p hd it is just downscaled if your tv is 1920x1080 then yes it will be full hd , this is the cheapest i have found a full hd its a hitatchi 37" http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=HITA-L37V01U

also you can get 32" 1080p screens made by sharp, this lg is not full 1080p hd but is an excellent buy as you wouldnt really need 1080p on a 32" if you go 37" above then yes 1080p will make a big difference but for 32" 720p is perfect.
#16
Daytrader
i been playing games on my 19" pc monitor at 1080P for like 5 years now ;)



Really i didnt think a 19" monitor would do a 1920x1080 res and you must have had a pretty hi powered graphics card five years ago to do that!
#17
Knowledge1973
Really i didnt think a 19" monitor would do a 1920x1080 res and you must have had a pretty hi powered graphics card five years ago to do that!


hehe i was waiting for a reply like that :) yeh your right i could not really, but on a 4.3 screen 1600 x 1200 = same as 1080p on a ws monitor well even higher res on the vertical axis, so in fact i was running higher than 1080P actually, but only a few games i played at 1600 x 1200 most 1280 x 1024.
banned#18
shame its 1080P
#19
bobby williams
shame its 1080P


eh?

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