LG 32" LD320 LCD TV £291 +£4.95 p&p or free collection @ Asda - HotUKDeals
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The LG LD320 LCD TV series is HD Ready 720p and uses invisible speaker technology giving you great picture and sound together.

This TV is not supplied with an HDMI cable or a scart cable. If you wish to connect a blu-ray player, an HDMI DVD player or an HDMI home theatre system, we recommend the Asda Gold Plated HDMI Lead. Other devices can be connected using scart lead like our Asda 1.5m Gold Plated Scart Lead. Both cables are gold plated for outstanding signal transfer. And remember you only pay 1 delivery charge - no matter how many products you order!
Full Specification

TV Type LCD
Model Number LD320
Screen Size (inch) 32"
Integrated Digital (Freeview) Yes
HD Ready Yes
Screen Resolution 1366 x 768
Contrast Ratio 30000:1
Number of HDMI Sockets 2
Number of Scart Sockets 1
Stand Supplied Yes
Dimensions (WxDxH in cm) Without stand: W80.5 x H52.8 x D8.0cm With stand: W80.5 x H58.3 x D22.4cm
Weight Without stand: 10.4Kg With Stand: 11.5Kg
AV In Socket Yes
Built In DVD Player No
Remote Control Yes
Additional Information Slim Depth & Narrow frame, HD Ready 720p, 30,00:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio, Invisible Speaker, 2 x HDMI
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#1
good price also £100 more you can get a 42"
#2
The 32" Sanyo is £277.
#3
EmSixTeen
The 32" Sanyo is £277.


But LG is a better make the Sanyo
#4
nicster08
EmSixTeen
The 32" Sanyo is £277.
But LG is a better make the Sanyo


Definitely more than £14 better as well. Good deal and before the usualy brigade start, 1080p really isn't needed on a 32" screen unless you sit right in front of it. You simply won't notice the difference.
#5
Definitely more than £14 better as well. Good deal and before the usualy brigade start, 1080p really isn't needed on a 32" screen unless you sit right in front of it. You simply won't notice the difference.

Yea but considering you have been able to get 1080p LGs at this price recently, I'd still rather have it than not. For me it's a must as I would intend to plug my PC into it and use it as a secondary monitor for films and the occassional multiplayer game, in which case you WOULD notice a difference quite significantly, when I upgraded the res of my monitor from HD ready ish (1400x900) levels to FullHD ish (1920x1200) levels there was a MASSIVE difference in games, even when I sat quite a bit further away.

All in all I think this is an average price atm, like I said ASDA themselves had a 1080p LG at £297 recently, as did Dixons and richersounds had it at ~£270 not a hot deal for me.
#6
Nobull
Definitely more than £14 better as well. Good deal and before the usualy brigade start, 1080p really isn't needed on a 32" screen unless you sit right in front of it. You simply won't notice the difference.

Yea but considering you have been able to get 1080p LGs at this price recently, I'd still rather have it than not. For me it's a must as I would intend to plug my PC into it and use it as a secondary monitor for films and the occassional multiplayer game, in which case you WOULD notice a difference quite significantly, when I upgraded the res of my monitor from HD ready ish (1400x900) levels to FullHD ish (1920x1200) levels there was a MASSIVE difference in games, even when I sat quite a bit further away.All in all I think this is an average price atm, like I said ASDA themselves had a 1080p LG at £297 recently, as did Dixons and richersounds had it at ~£270 not a hot deal for me.

completely agree im waiting for something like the 270 deal at richer sounds to pop up again not only was it cheaper also a better model than this one
#7
Weenie Beenie
nicster08
EmSixTeen
The 32" Sanyo is £277.
But LG is a better make the Sanyo


Definitely more than £14 better as well. Good deal and before the usualy brigade start, 1080p really isn't needed on a 32" screen unless you sit right in front of it. You simply won't notice the difference.


Way to contradict yourself.

Saying a sweeping statement like 1080p is not worth it at 32" is pretty stupid and pointless.

It depends on viewing distance in relation to screen size and has nothing to do with screen size alone. So if you are sitting close to the screen then its more than worth it.
#8
Hmm whats the point if the 32" LG 1080p one is £299 in curry's?
#9
Heat added.
#10
And for an extra 40quid (or 30quid if u use quidco) there is this sharp with a freeview HD Tuner

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sharp-aquos-lc32c2te-32-freeview-hd/709069#comments
#11
Personally,I prefer Samsung.
#12
Good deal, picked one up yesterday, looks very good, heat added.

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