LG 32" HD Digital LCD TV, £299.99@ Sainsburys Online/ Instore - HotUKDeals
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Product overviewThis attractive, high-gloss, black TV has the functions to match its form. HD-ready and with built-in Freeview, it also has a Twin XD Engine. With resolution of 1366 x 768, a contrast ratio of 30,000:1 and a 5ms response time, it delivers images of superior quality, colour and sharpness.

The combination of 24p Real Cinema, Clear Voice and Invisible Speakers with SRS TruSurround XT makes watching films a cinematic experience. In addition, there are different AV viewing modes for movies, games and sport, designed to give you the best picture.

The wide range of other features and functions includes auto installation, 2 x SCARTs, 2 x HDMIs (for Blu-ray, games consoles and other hi-def components), PC input, parental lock and remote control.

Recommended by the Energy Saving Trust for reduced power consumption.

Product featuresHeight
58.9cm
Depth
21.1cm
Width
80.4cm
Weight
11.5kg
Accessories included
Power lead
Manufacturer's guarantee
1 year
Product name/number
32LH2000
Country of origin
Poland
1080i
Yes
1080p
1080 is the number of lines on a high definition screen. The 'p' indicates they're displayed all at once, rather than half each cycle - were this the case an 'i' for interlaced would come after the figure.
No
AV inputs
Also known as composite inputs these carry audio and visual information, but not to as high a standard as HDMI leads.
Yes
Aspect ratio
Ratio of width to height of screen.
16:9
Auto set up
Automatically tunes in and sets channels.
Yes
Brand
LG Electronics
Brightness
The higher this figure the better quality the picture.
500cd/m
Built-in DVD player
Watch DVDs without needing a separate machine
No
Built-in Freesat
Receives Freesat. Note that you'll still need an satellite dish.
No
Built-in digital tuner
Doesn't need a set top box or cable or satellite feed to show digital programmes.
Yes
Colour and finish
Black
Component input
Splits the analogue signal into brightness colour and contrast. Provides the highest level of analogue picture quality, but not as good as HDMI.
Yes
Contrast ratio
The ratio of the luminance of the brightest colour (white) to that of the darkest colour (black).
30,000:1
DVI socket
This is a digital connection, but less popular than HDMI cables.
No
Digital comb filter
Separates black and white and colour information for a sharper picture.
Yes
Digital noise reduction
Helps clean up digital pictures.
Yes
Electronic programme guide
An on-screen programme guide.
Yes
Fast text
Fast text uses colour coded buttons on the remote control to access text services.
Yes
Flat screen
Yes
HD ready
Capable of showing high definition TV signals.
Yes
Headphone socket
Plug in your headphones to watch without disturbing others.
Yes
Link to PC
Enables the telly to be used as a PC monitor - it accepts PC RGB inputs
Yes
NTSC compatible
NTSC is the TV system used in North America.
Yes
Number of HDMI inputs
A digital connection between the TV and a DVD player, set top box or games console. Provides the highest quality of signal and is essential to get the best from your high definition source.
2
On screen menus
Access all the settings on screen.
Yes
Optical output
Use this to link to a surround sound processor. Or you could use a SCART lead.
Yes
Parental lock
Restrict access to little ones.
Yes
Picture frequency
The number of times a second the picture refreshes.
50Hz
Remote control
Yes
S-video sockets
Splits the analogue signal into brightness and colour. Better than SCART, but not as good as component or HDMI.
0
SCART sockets
A popular way of connecting TVs with other audio visual equipment, but doesn't provide particularly high quality. Consider upgrading to HDMI cables for a superior picture.
2
Screen resolution
The maximum number of vertical lines by the number of horizontal lines. The higher the numbers the more pixels. The more pixels the sharper and clearer the image.
1366x768
Screen size
Diagonal measurement of the screen in inches.
32"
Sleep timer
Set the TV to switch off automatically.
Yes
Speaker output
The higher the figure, the louder the volume goes without distortion.
20watt RMS
Stand included
Yes
TV Type
See our TV buying guide for an explanation of the differences between LCD and plasma TVs.
LCD
Teletext
Yes
USB port
Provide connection possibilities to other devices with USB ports, eg iPod
No
VESA wall mount size
Is the set compatible with VESA wall mounts, and if it is, what size?
Yes
Viewing angle
The widest apart two people can sit and still enjoy watching the telly.
178¦
Visible screen size
Diagonal measurement of the viewable area of the screen in inches.
30"
iPod docking station
Listen to your iPod through the TV.
No
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#2
1p cheaper at amazon with free delivery.

Its a great TV , and with the aded bonus of a decent built in high definition media player see http://lgusb.wikispaces.com/
Don't worry about downgrading the firmware to enable it ( if necccessary) . I did it with my partner's set without any problems.
#3
Best tv ive bought just for the usb hack which makes it into a media player and it plays any thing so far from my portable usb hardrive
#4
Seriously tempted to buy this. Looks great for my needs, just need to get some extra cash and im going for it. Between this and the Toshiba 32AV615DB, I think the LG grabs it just for the contrast ratio and USB hack.

Hopefully the firmware isn't 3.48 in the ones in Sainsburys though! Very hard to hack if they are.

Tbh @ the people who say 1p cheaper at Amazon. Think i'd rather pay the extra 1p and pick it up the same day rather than waiting a week for delivery.
#5
Nymins
Seriously tempted to buy this. Looks great for my needs, just need to get some extra cash and im going for it. Between this and the Toshiba 32AV615DB, I think the LG grabs it just for the contrast ratio and USB hack.

Hopefully the firmware isn't 3.48 in the ones in Sainsburys though! Very hard to hack if they are.

Tbh @ the people who say 1p cheaper at Amazon. Think i'd rather pay the extra 1p and pick it up the same day rather than waiting a week for delivery.


different people different needs :thumbsup:
#6
My parents are looking for a 32" TV.....and this could be just what they want.....unless anyone knows different for the price
#9




Neither of those are 1080p, so would definitely go for the LG out of the three. The possibility of divx / mkv playback is a massive plus point too :thumbsup:
#10
midlandscomics
Neither of those are 1080p, so would definitely go for the LG out of the three. The possibility of divx / mkv playback is a massive plus point too :thumbsup:


Ok thanks.....not up on the tech.....but am not sure my parents need all those bells and whistles lol
#11
ironeagleuk
Ok thanks.....not up on the tech.....but am not sure my parents need all those bells and whistles lol


Just noticed...

With resolution of 1366 x 768


It's not 1080p anyway :oops:
#12
The Toshiba model you listed is basically a direct competitor to this LG model. Tbh, the LG is technically better and with the USB port acting as a media player (if you hack it), then the LG is even better value.
#13
ironeagleuk
My parents are looking for a 32" TV.....and this could be just what they want.....unless anyone knows different for the price


http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/632739/32-1080p-full-hd-tv-20000-1-contras :lol:
#14
Quality, and a good spec for the price.

Heat added!
#15
Nymins
The Toshiba model you listed is basically a direct competitor to this LG model. Tbh, the LG is technically better and with the USB port acting as a media player (if you hack it), then the LG is even better value.



usb? whats this and wht does it do?
#16
Same as the USB ports on your computer.

You can buy a USB flash drive or external hard drive and plug it into the TV to display pictures, music and videos.
#17
Well my parents have ordered this now and should be here tomorrow
#18
Using a Nectar card gives you £3 back on the purchase. They are doing double points like tesco clubcard. So 600 points.
#19
the problem with hacking it , is that you would void the gaurantee / warantee :(
#20
i can't see in the specs where it says you can play divx from usb
in fact in the description it says

USB port
Provide connection possibilities to other devices with USB ports, eg iPod
No :?
#21
midlandscomics
Neither of those are 1080p, so would definitely go for the LG out of the three. The possibility of divx / mkv playback is a massive plus point too :thumbsup:


and the lg isn't 1080p either ... its a hdready set .. not full hd
#22
This isn't full HD is it? Are there any well branded 32 LCD full HD for around the £300 price range? Think for £300 you can get full HD but we come back the usual question is it worth getting full hd..
#23
Toshiba and LG are made in the same factory. Most of the parts are the same.
#24
can anyone confirm the firmware version of Sainsburys model.. might get this if i can use the usb trick... ta
#25
sainsburys have quidco remember !!!
#26
REXISMYDOG
sainsburys have quidco remember !!!


Yup

http://www.quidco.com/sainsbury-s?ac
#27
Product features:

USB port - No
#28
DerryBhoy
Product features:

USB port - No



There is one. They say no because "technically" its meant for service upgrades. You can hack it (which btw doesn't void the warranty because all you are doing is changing the firmware which is perfectly fine i think. Or at least should be because upgrading firmware doesn't void, so downgrading shouldn't. Either way if you need a replacement you can always revert back to the original) to allow the USB port to be used to watch movies up to 1080p.

@32", 1080p isn't really needed. Too small to actually notice any difference unless you sit 30cm away from the screen.
#29
Nymins
There is one. They say no because "technically" its meant for service upgrades. You can hack it (which btw doesn't void the warranty because all you are doing is changing the firmware which is perfectly fine) to allow the USB port to be used to watch movies up to 1080p.

@32", 1080p isn't really needed. Too small to actually notice any difference unless you sit 30cm away from the screen.


Who's sitting closer than 30cm to the screen? :P Were all aware of the dangers of doing that!

http://www.nerve.com/CS/blogs/screengrab/2009/05/poltergeist.jpg
#30
Lewman
Who's sitting closer than 30cm to the screen? :P


Exactly my point. If you sit closer than 30cm to a screen you need to get your eyes checked! :thinking:
#31
Nymins
There is one. They say no because "technically" its meant for service upgrades. You can hack it (which btw doesn't void the warranty because all you are doing is changing the firmware which is perfectly fine i think. Or at least should be because upgrading firmware doesn't void, so downgrading shouldn't. Either way if you need a replacement you can always revert back to the original) to allow the USB port to be used to watch movies up to 1080p.

@32", 1080p isn't really needed. Too small to actually notice any difference unless you sit 30cm away from the screen.


of course your breakign the warranty ... its an engineer port ( as in for the manufacture technical guys to use ) not for joe public.... if i mod my xbox or as i did with my old hddvd player .. mod it to play region 1 dvds .. i'm breakign the warranty .. if something goes wrong your stuffedf ... and if you cant see the screen i'd love to see you youd revert back to th eoriginal firmware

nice price for the tv tho
#32
Dixons £299.98 plus free delivery and 3% QuidCo so that's £291.

http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/product-02459538-pdt.html?srcid=198&tag=Monitors_LT&xtor=SEC-25-GOO-[Monitors_LT]&mctag=gg_goog_7904&gclid=CKGJ0o-wvaACFdk55Qodkg9WVQ
#33
Got this Samsung last week http://www.ebuyer.com/product/160823

ordered Thursday 9pm, received Friday 10am!

Been impressed with it so far, was considering paying the extra for a 32" but this is fine for the size.
#34
TALON1973
of course your breakign the warranty ... its an engineer port ( as in for the manufacture technical guys to use ) not for joe public.... if i mod my xbox or as i did with my old hddvd player .. mod it to play region 1 dvds .. i'm breakign the warranty .. if something goes wrong your stuffedf ... and if you cant see the screen i'd love to see you youd revert back to th eoriginal firmware

nice price for the tv tho


Well you don't have to use the USB port then. Its there for people who want to use it and is guaranteed to work unless you mess it up, which is your own fault. Its probably the most simple thing to do.

It is possible to revert it back to the original firmware if the screen is blank, you just need to know the keystrokes.
#35
This is a nice TV, my brother in law brought one of these for a bedroom, they look great and the price is good value for a 32" brand name...


have some heat my friend..
#36
How's the sound?
#37
1080P does make a diffrence on a 32" set.

Dont flame, if you do **** off.
#38
The version I bought from Sainsburys (Swindon) was firmware 3.55. I'm downgrading, hacking, then upgrading back to 3.55.

I'll let you all know how it goes.
#39
DerryBhoy;8119166
Dixons £299.98 plus free delivery and 3% QuidCo so that's £291.

http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/product-02459538-pdt.html?srcid=198&tag=Monitors_LT&xtor=SEC-25-GOO-[Monitors_LT]&mctag=gg_goog_7904&gclid=CKGJ0o-wvaACFdk55Qodkg9WVQ


just had email from Dixons for 5% off all orders over £300 so if you add something else to your basket you can get an extra 5% off as well -

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/634203/5-off-allorders-over-300-at-dixons-

I've just ordered one for £290.67. Free delivery on a Sunday too! :

https://dixons-fo.pantherssl.com/grafx/universal/noimage/mini.jpgLG 32LH2000 32" HD Ready LCD TV + HQ HDMI 1.3 CAT
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#40
Dazzla
The version I bought from Sainsburys (Swindon) was firmware 3.55. I'm downgrading, hacking, then upgrading back to 3.55.

I'll let you all know how it goes.


I bought one of this on Friday for my bedroom.Good television.Can someone point me to this usb hack that being mentioned.

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