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Slimline 32" Widescreen, HD Ready LCD Television for an unbelievable price. With 1366 x 768 Pixel Resolution and Surround MAX Equaliser for superb sound and vision.

* 32" Widescreen LCD TV * HD Ready * 1366x768 resolution
* 2 x 10W total audio output * 2 speakers * Stereo NICAM sound
* Surround MAX Equaliser * 500cd/m2 brightness * 1600:1 contrast ratio
* Progressive Scan * S-Video output * 2 AV inputs
* YUV Cinch input * VGA D-Sub 15-pin input * Audio stereo output
* HDMI connection * 1 Year Parts Guarantee
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1 Year Labour Guarantee
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#1
Pretty good price for reasonable spec. Voted hot.
#2
dont think it has freeview, hence the price ??
#3
greyhorse
dont think it has freeview, hence the price ??


I think you may well be correct. Still, not a bad price.
#4
greyhorse
dont think it has freeview, hence the price ??


No problem if you have Sky or cable. Likewise if you have a freeview box but it's an extra box lying around if it's not built in.

I think it's just cheap because it's an older model to be honest.
#5
Excellent price in my eyes.

Lots of people complain about built in freeviews anyway.
Once its brakes you lose the tv as well, as the whole thing has to be repaired. People also complain the user friendliness is a bit poor when it tends to be built in + a whole host of other things.

I just have an external box, cause an extra box in the stand wont hurt too much.
#6
A nice looking TV this.

Spend £100 more though and go with the new samsung 32" model with 8000:1 contrast ratio.

Ive got one and the quality is stunning!

Remember to get a dvd player that upscales to 720p though, they really do make a difference with your standard res DVDs!

Watched The Business & BBC Planet Earth deep sea at the weekend, and was amazed at the quality i got from a £50 Philips DVD player!
[mod]#7
Good price, thanks Toybhoy :)


http://www.empiredirect.co.uk/images/products/250/LGE/32LE2R.jpg
banned#8
Its £404 if you use google checkout, Is it worth paying £19.99 for the 3 year warrenty? Thanks Shell
#9
''Spend £100 more though and go with the new samsung 32" model with 8000:1 contrast ratio.

Ive got one and the quality is stunning!''

does that come in 37 inch too?
#10
StuDaPoo
''Spend £100 more though and go with the new samsung 32" model with 8000:1 contrast ratio.

Ive got one and the quality is stunning!''

does that come in 37 inch too?


Hey,

Yes it does, you may want to add a little more than £100 though ;-)
#11
Deal4Me
Hey,

Yes it does, you may want to add a little more than £100 though ;-)


any linkys please :santa:
#12
timwishart
Excellent price in my eyes.

Lots of people complain about built in freeviews anyway.
Once its brakes you lose the tv as well, as the whole thing has to be repaired. People also complain the user friendliness is a bit poor when it tends to be built in + a whole host of other things.

I just have an external box, cause an extra box in the stand wont hurt too much.


I can see what you are saying here but....

The problem being you then often need two remotes to change channel and volume. People often tend to buy crappy freeview boxes and complain about things.

So the way around this is to get a good freeview box and also get a good all in one remote. So you could easily add another £100 to the price.

I just think the convenience factor of having it built-in is much better.
#13
StuDaPoo
any linkys please :santa:


http://empiredirect.co.uk/content/products/details/index~modelcode~SAM-LE37R87BDX.htm

Just done a quick froogle and that maybe the cheapest about... Dixons nearly £700 but not sure what current codes are floating
banned#14
Im not bothered about bult in freeview as have cable. Is it worth paying 19.99 to extend the warenty???
#15
Its up to you, if you think its worth it then yes. If not then no.
#16
Shell
Im not bothered about bult in freeview as have cable. Is it worth paying 19.99 to extend the warenty???


It's definately worth much more, as you may remember prior to xmas, a lot of people went out of there way to get John Lewis to pricematch the Panasonic plasma TV deal i posted and the whole reason everyone went through so much bother was to get a brilliant TV at the joint lowest price but to also receive 5 years free warranty.

The 3 years extended warranty is unbelievably important for expensive TV's, especially with so many faults still present in this relatively new technology.

My friend bought a £2,000 plasma tv just over 2 years ago and just as the free 2 years warranty expired, it stopped working as if it knew the warranty had finished.

He bought it from a reputable supplier and after a lot of hassle, they ended up offering him either store credit or a full refund because they couldn't fix the tv.
This was great considering TV's were more expensive back then and it now seems like they borrowed him a free plasma for 2 years, now he can buy a much better one at half the price. :)

My advice is to always buy expensive TV's with as much warranty as possible, 3 years warranty is actually charged at around £200-£300 by most suppliers, so £20 is dirt cheap.
Also always make sure you buy from a store that has excellent customer service that won't cause you problems in replacing your damaged TV, as the smaller but cheaper suppliers will try and fob you off.

I think Empiredirect have some highstreet stores as well, so if you find this price on the highstreet, consult with your local John Lewis and they'll price match it for you and give you free 5 years warranty.

Hope that helps. :)
#17
I'll second Realfriendlyman's advice. Get the extra warranty if it's only £20.
#18
Can I hook my PC up to this via DVI???

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