LG 32LC46 (32" Widescreen LCD TV - HD Ready - With Freeview - With at home warranty) INSTORE ONLY for £329.95 - HotUKDeals
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Screen Size Measured diagonally in inches 32"

Hd Ready Is it ready to receive High Definition signals? Yes

1080p Full Hd Ready Is it ready to receive 1080p, Full High Definition signals? No

Analogue Tuner Does it receive conventional, analogue TV stations? Yes

Digital Tuner Does it receive new, Freeview TV stations? Yes

Remote Control Is an Infra-red remote control included? Yes

Pc Input Can a computer can be plugged in? Yes

Number Of Scart Sockets Number of Scart sockets 2

Component Is a component input fitted? Highest quality analogue input which can facilitate Progressive Scan where fitted. Yes

S-Video Is a S-video socket included? video only signal Yes

Hdmi Is an HDMI socket fitted? Digital interface that carries both picture and sound 2

Dvi Is a DVI input fitted? Digital interface that carries picture only No

Pixel Resolution Pixel resolution - Horizontal by vertical 1366 x 768

Dimensions Set dimensions excluding any stand, bracket or detachable speakers (W x H x D) in mm 807 x 549 x 79

Contrast Ratio Contrast ratio - from manufacturers information 5000:1

Response Time Time taken for screen to respond in milliseconds. 8

Brightness Brightness of screen (cd/m squared with plasma and LCD, ANSI for projectors) 450
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#1
i bought one of these sets last week.
this is a repost btw
#2
ahh sugar yeah it is, i did do a search though and could only find the littlewoods and bargain crazy ones, must have missed that one, i apolagise, can be closed if wished
#3
ive just completely changed the deal lol, as couldnt find this lg one on here and its not a bad price, plus there no point in having reposts of the same item.

if anyone still wants to know the link for the philips 37" tv for £399.95 it is http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=PHIL-37PFL5522
#4
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#5
yeah the T+C's and info about this TV can all be found on the link, and yes it would be wise to ring up first to save yourself a wasted journey, and not just for this tv but any richer sound tv's which are only available instore.
#6
Not bad price considering I paid the same price for the 26inch 12 months ago, not bad for a cheapish telly, bit of white light aorund the edges of the screen, and the freeview picture is awful, but with the BT Vision box and Xbox 360 it looks great.
#7
It might receive 1080p but surely with a resolution of 1366 x 768 that's 1080i or something like that. But it still looks like a nice deal from what I can tell.

Mind, I'm not too up on the difference in quality. Cue someone who is for the next post...
#8
These will be quite hard to get hold of ive just been into a richer sounds shop and been told there are open box ones available across the country. No new ones left....

Just be aware.
#9
i have this tv..just confirm it will accept a 1080p picture but will downscale it to 1080i or 720p it also accepts 1080p/24fps which will take away some of the judder evident on some blu ray and hd dvds...there is no light bleed on my tv and the freeview picture is excellent where i live...i have an xbox 360 and a sony blu ray player conected to my via hdmi and the picture is nothing short of stunning on both....havr both these set on auto for resloution and when they talk to each other via hdmi..the tv sets its self to 1080p....paid 400 quid for this at christmas so this is a cracking price,i did a lot of research before i bought it and looking on other forums and LG is right up there with samsung and panasonic and sony with regards to quality
#10
stephen25uk
i have this tv..just confirm it will accept a 1080p picture but will downscale it to 1080i or 720p it also accepts 1080p/24fps which will take away some of the judder evident on some blu ray and hd dvds...there is no light bleed on my tv and the freeview picture is excellent where i live...i have an xbox 360 and a sony blu ray player conected to my via hdmi and the picture is nothing short of stunning on both....havr both these set on auto for resloution and when they talk to each other via hdmi..the tv sets its self to 1080p....paid 400 quid for this at christmas so this is a cracking price,i did a lot of research before i bought it and looking on other forums and LG is right up there with samsung and panasonic and sony with regards to quality


Its not about the freeview signal, the decoder inside the TV is terrible, seriously plug a Freeview box in Via HDMI and you will see the difference. Suppose it depends how close you are sat as well.
#11
iNSOMANiAC
Not bad price considering I paid the same price for the 26inch 12 months ago, not bad for a cheapish telly, bit of white light aorund the edges of the screen, and the freeview picture is awful, but with the BT Vision box and Xbox 360 it looks great.

Ya havent got a cordless phone near ya telly have ya mate, they interfere with the intergrated freeview decoders.

Just a thought mate:thumbsup:

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