37" LG 37LD450 Full HD LCD TV - £318.99 @ eBay (Ebuyer store) - HotUKDeals
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Full HD 1080p Resolution
100,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
Picture Wizard II
Smart Energy Savings
ISFccc Ready

Format : 16:9
Screen size : 37" (94 cm)
Contrast : 100,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
Response time (in ms) : 4ms
Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) : 1920 x 1080 pixels
Audio Audio Power : 20W total (2 x 10W)
Noise reduction : Yes
Invisible speaker (10W + 10W)
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Got this for £299.99 from John Lewis recently. Cracking telly and just the right size for our living room.

Only £299.99 from Richer Sounds. Sign up to their VIP Lounge (which is free) and you get a voucher which gives you another £10 off. Plus they only charge 10% of the tele cost for a 5 year warrenty.

Richer sounds LG 37ld450
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Review (32") here http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/lg-32ld450-42ld450-20101120901.htm

It's another 37" TV prone to the buzzing noises that affects CCFL based 37" models from LG, Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, etc (most likely due to the panel inverter or the PSU). This does not mean that every 37" TV will buzz, just a small minority of the production run. According to the Amazon 'customer reviews' this is one of the affected models.

One good thing is no panel or processor 'lottery' with the 37". A-MVA panel & MStar processor.

If your budget permits,The Toshiba 40RV753 is £379 delivered from Amazon. Full HD & HD Freeview. Reviews:



No Panel or Processor 'lottery' with the 40RV753. It contains an S-PVA panel & Toshiba's own processor, which is superior to pretty much any other used by sub-£500 TVs.

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