LG 32LC56 32" 1080P 32" HD Ready LCD With Integrated Freeview - HotUKDeals
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The LG 32LC56 is a stylish 32" HD Ready digital LCD television with lg´s new XD engine image processor. This model also features integrated freeview receiver, 2 x HDMI connections, 1366x768 screen resolution, 20W sound output and dolby digital surround sound decoder.

Picture/Display

32 " Diagonal Screen Size (Inch)
16:9 Aspect Ratio
5000:1 Contrast Ratio
450 cd/m2 Screen Brightness
178 Degree Viewing Angle
Digital Comb Filter
NTSC, PAL, SECAM Compatible
8 (ms) Screen Response Rate
1366x768 pixels
1080p resolution

Manufacturers Technology Features

HD Ready
Convenience
Digital TV Ready
Freeview
Auto Setup
Parental Lock/Parental Control
Teletext
1000 Page Teletext Memory
On Screen Display
Sleep Timer
Clock
EPG (Guide Plus+)

Sound & Power Output

10W+10 W (RMS) Output Power

Connections

2 x HDMI Connection/s
1 x S-Video Connection/s
1 x Component Video Connection/s
1 x Optical Terminal Connection/s
1 x RS232 Connection/s
1 x Standard Scart Connection/s
1 x RGB Scart Connection/s
1 x PC D-Sub Connection/s
1 x Front/Side AV Connection/s

Accessories Supplied

Pedestal stand
Remote Control
User Manual
Mains Cable
Batteries
Warranty Card
Power,Weight & Dimensions
13.7 Kg Unit Weight (Approx)
807x607x249 mm (W/H/D) Dimensions
150 W Power Consumption
<1 W Standby Power Consumption

My First Post & Its one of the cheapest 1080p TVs Iv found, Hope Its OK, Im actually gonna buy a HDTV soon, So if anyone has this, let me know what its like please.
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#1
Can't be 1366x768 and 1080p...
#2
same as tribal uk could be cheaper with a code
#3
dipenchi
Can't be 1366x768 and 1080p...


"Other 1080p-compatible LCDs, on the other hand, have lower than 1920x1080 native resolution and cannot display 1080p pixel for pixel. The output is resized; though it may not be noticeable to the viewer, what is seen is a slightly degraded version of the original image."

Source: Wikipedia

Can't be arsed to research further but it helps to explain the description;-)
#4
its really misleading having 1080p in the title. this item is 1080p COMPATIBLE only.
#5
This isn't a 1080P TV
#6
azz
its really misleading having 1080p in the title. this item is 1080p COMPATIBLE only.


not compatible really, cos it will only display it at 720p resolution.....
#7
dudedude
not compatible really, cos it will only display it at 720p resolution.....


yeh otherwise all 720P screens could have 1080P in the title :)
#8
Source: Wikipedia:

Ability of the eye to see 1080p
A person's ability to distinguish small details is described by visual acuity. When individual pixels are barely resolvable, increased resolution brings no benefit for the viewer, unless the viewing distance can be shortened. For many users' television viewing distances, in order to see the full benefit from 1080p content a display must be bigger than usual or the viewing distance needs to be closer than usual. The ability of the eye to resolve 1080p content also depends on the amount of contrast in the picture..


So on a 32" screen, you'd have to be sitting too close for comfort anyway for 1080p to make any difference, which is why they try to get over that particular hurdle for the real world and leave the specification trainspotters to get on with it:p
#9
looks like a nice tv, for a nice price. gotta be better than going for all the hannspree and arianet deals.

is a downscale from 1080p better than an upscale from 720p?

RANT BELOW(read it if you want)

why does everything to do with 1080p turn into the same old "you cant see it unless you sit 3 cm away from the screen". everyone has heard it. i havent done the calculations myself, but for me, seeing every 5th post about 1080p degrading into a debate about whether you can see it or not.
#10
cheapskate58
Source: Wikipedia:

Ability of the eye to see 1080p
A person's ability to distinguish small details is described by visual acuity. When individual pixels are barely resolvable, increased resolution brings no benefit for the viewer, unless the viewing distance can be shortened. For many users' television viewing distances, in order to see the full benefit from 1080p content a display must be bigger than usual or the viewing distance needs to be closer than usual. The ability of the eye to resolve 1080p content also depends on the amount of contrast in the picture..


So on a 32" screen, you'd have to be sitting too close for comfort anyway for 1080p to make any difference, which is why they try to get over that particular hurdle for the real world and leave the specification trainspotters to get on with it:p

It's blatantly not true about sitting too close for comfort, monitors display at high resolutions yet the difference is noticeable from metres away.

This is not a 1080p TV, nor do I imagine it'll accept a 1080p signal at all, as all of the LCDs I've used simply don't downscale it to 768p.
#11
Just for the record, if you buy a large LCD TV (37" +) make sure it is 'FULL HD' 1080p 1920 X 1080 resolution because 1366X768 just does not cut it. I have had a 42" Tosh 1920X1080 TV for 7 months connected to Sky, xbox and PC. On the PC running at 1920X1080 res things are much sharper and more detailed however theres currently not much 1080p content however in a few years it will be the norm and you really don't want to be stuck watching only 768p of the detail from your blue ray or HD drive...

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