LG 22LS4R 22" Widescreen LCD Monitor With TV Tuner And HDMI - £249.99 del. - HotUKDeals
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2007 XD Engine with advanced image processing:
Dynamic Black Stretch enriches the darker areas providing rich deep blacks
Dynamic & Dimming Contrast Control enhances bright areas and darkens dark sections of the picture
Intelligent Edge Control increases contrast on edges and lines in the picture
Advanced Vivid Control provides more accurate & appealing colour tones
Distinct Noise Reduction features 3D Noise Reduction, Background Noise Reduction & MPEG Noise Reduction for crystal clear pictures


-Screen Size: 22"
-Screen Resolution: 1680x1050
-Response Time: 5ms
-Brightness: 300cd/m2
-Contrast: 3000:1 (Dynamic Contrast)
-Viewing Angle: 160°h / 160°v
-HD Ready 1080i 720p
-Interface: HDMI, VGA D-Sub, CVBS (Composite),
S-Video, Component, SCART, PC Audio In/Out, RF Antenna Connection.
-Built in Analogue Tv Tuner: Yes
-Remote Control: Yes
-HDCP Compatible: Yes
-Speakers: 2x 3W
-Size (WxHxD): 525.4 x 404.6 x 187.4 mm
-Weight: 5.8KG
-Wall Mountable: VESA 100 Compatible
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#1
Thanks Sohail :)

Was £199.99 delivered a month ago and more discussion here
#2
Also posted at this price 3 weeks ago: http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=70402&highlight=22LS4R

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#3
edi
Thanks Sohail :)

Was £199.99 delivered a month ago and more discussion here


No that was a previous version. This version has an HDMI socket the previous one doesn't
#4
Shame it only has an anologue tuner, going to be obsolete in some areas from next year :(
#5
Maybe a dumn question, but how can a screen with on 1050 lines produce a 1080i/720p image?
#6
720p is 768 lines, so you'll get borders. 1080i is downsampled which makes it look nicer.
#7
AMAZING that manufacturers are still trying to shift this junk.
#8
DougEdey
720p is 768 lines, so you'll get borders. 1080i is downsampled which makes it look nicer.



720p is 1280x720
1080p is 1920x1080
#9
Going_Digital
AMAZING that manufacturers are still trying to shift this junk.



Not sure why this is junk

It's a 22" monitor that has the added benefits of component and scart inputs and a TV tuner - ok the tuner is analogue but then you will just be able to connect a cheap freeview box via the scart - which will be dirt cheap by the time the "great analogue switch" occurs.
It's even nicer when you have the other one on order at £199... if it ever arrives

"Junk" seems a bit harsh

CS
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Going_Digital
AMAZING that manufacturers are still trying to shift this junk.


You do actually reallise that what you have just said is complete utter crap...

These are fantastic 22" monitors with high contrast/brightness and a fast response time, with the added bonus of a TV tuner and HDMI input.

Voted Hot + Rep given
#11
Manufacturers are fully aware that Analogue tuners are pointless in the UK, they are still hawking this stuff. Either don't include a TV tuner to save on environmental waste and let people supply their own Freeview/Sky box or include a DVB tuner ffs!
#12
Quite tempting as my 17" four yr old lcd is looking a bit small these days...
Although at 5.8 kgs I don't think my wall plugs would hold that weight...!

But I agree, having an analogue tuner is a joke.
#13
bought myself a 22" monitor for £225 inc delivery last month, wish i waited for this to come out. Now im on the hunt for a cheap VGA TV Box so i can get all of the connections.
#14
Voted hot although I agree analogue tuner is pointless think of it as a good monitor with lots of connections and LG's 2 year warranty is a bonus, I also had the other one on order at £199 but got fed up waiting and a loewe 32" lcd came my way at a charity auction for £325 so glad it was delayed in the end.
#15
Going_Digital
Manufacturers are fully aware that Analogue tuners are pointless in the UK, they are still hawking this stuff. Either don't include a TV tuner to save on environmental waste and let people supply their own Freeview/Sky box or include a DVB tuner ffs!


Analogue tuners are still used in most parts of the world. It would be more of a waste of money/environmental to redo this with a DVB-T tuner for the UK.

On top of that i personally would rather use a set top box anyway. That way i have the choice of a Freeview box, a HDD Recording Freeview box, Sky, Cable and PC input.
Another point to add is that this is still a PC monitor, a lot of people who buy this will use it with a PC. Buy a DVB-T card for that, its much better

nickzadok
Voted hot although I agree analogue tuner is pointless think of it as a good monitor with lots of connections and LG's 2 year warranty is a bonus, I also had the other one on order at £199 but got fed up waiting and a loewe 32" lcd came my way at a charity auction for £325 so glad it was delayed in the end.


Holy cow! Bargain and a half you got there!

How'd it go that cheap?
#16
would this be good for an xbox 360?
#17
Should be good for the 360. Use the component inputs for better picture

CS
#18
Thanks for the comments. I posted this as i thought it would be good for people who want a bigger monitor and a connection to their games console like a 360. Ok so the analouge tv tuner is pointless but still its included in the price!
#19
is it better than this one?
#20
I currently have the L226WTQ, i love this monitor but it does not have all of the connections which the 22LS4R has, it only has VGA and DVI so if you are only going to be using your 360 via vga and your PC via DVI then you will be sorted with the L226WTQ (you can get it much cheaper than £250 tho). The only downside to the VGA cable is that you cant play original xbox games which is where the component cable is the better option meaning the 22LS4R would be the better choice if you are wanting an HDTV with all of the connections you could need.

Personally i would recommend the 22LS4R primarily because it has more connections.

I dont have the 22LS4R btw, im trying to get my hands on one though.
#21
satchef1
Analogue tuners are still used in most parts of the world. It would be more of a waste of money/environmental to redo this with a DVB-T tuner for the UK.

On top of that i personally would rather use a set top box anyway. That way i have the choice of a Freeview box, a HDD Recording Freeview box, Sky, Cable and PC input.
Another point to add is that this is still a PC monitor, a lot of people who buy this will use it with a PC. Buy a DVB-T card for that, its much better



Holy cow! Bargain and a half you got there!

How'd it go that cheap?


My employer does distribution for loewe and this one got lost, insurers paid out then it turned up and was auctioned for charity, not many of my workmates know one lcd from another so I was a little lucky.:w00t:
#22
Tatey
I currently have the L226WTQ, i love this monitor but it does not have all of the connections which the 22LS4R has, it only has VGA and DVI so if you are only going to be using your 360 via vga and your PC via DVI then you will be sorted with the L226WTQ (you can get it much cheaper than £250 tho). The only downside to the VGA cable is that you cant play original xbox games which is where the component cable is the better option meaning the 22LS4R would be the better choice if you are wanting an HDTV with all of the connections you could need.

Personally i would recommend the 22LS4R primarily because it has more connections.

I dont have the 22LS4R btw, im trying to get my hands on one though.



Ah right i see thanks Tatey
suspended#23
can some1 help me with connecting the 360 to this tv? just got today for my birthday and all i get is a black and white input and no sound, and im new to hd and component and stuff ppl say about 5 component but i got a component cable and it has the 3 normal 1s (white yellow and red?) and the green blue and red cables they are ment to connect just them alone right?
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Hudson92
can some1 help me with connecting the 360 to this tv? just got today for my birthday and all i get is a black and white input and no sound, and im new to hd and component and stuff ppl say about 5 component but i got a component cable and it has the 3 normal 1s (white yellow and red?) and the green blue and red cables they are ment to connect just them alone right?


You don't plug in the yellow one, because the video will come through the blue/green ones. Just plug them into the corresponding sockets (all colour coded) and then just the red and white from the other 3, not the yellow. And make sure the little switch on the other end of the cable (the back of the 360) is on HDTV, then just change the resolution settings on the dashboard.
suspended#25
well i did what u said, but im having trouble changing it on the dashboard, the hd setting is greyed out, any idea how to sort that?
thanks

edit: nvm sorted thanks

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