LG 32LD320 32 Inch Freeview HD Ready LCD TV £249 inc free delivery and NO YOU DONT NEED TO WORK FOR THE NHS-OPEN TOO EVERYONE - HotUKDeals
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This is my first deal submitted so please don't be too harsh. Found this via NHS Discounts. I 'bought' the TV and went all the way to checkout and it didn't ask for any proof that I work for the NHS!

The LG LD320 LCD TV delivers on both style and technology. The slim and sleek model boasts a high dynamic contrast ratio of 30,000:1 and includes advanced image processing technologies such as Picture Wizard to ensure that the image is ultra-clear and blur-free from almost every angle.

Its sophisticated HD Ready 720p flat panel display is fully complemented by LG′s invisible speaker technology to ensure crystal clear audio that′s dynamic, rich and natural. This superb TV also comes with integrated Digital Freeview, giving you access to over 40 Freeview TV and radio channels, an 8 day on-screen guide and access to digital interactive services.

The two HDMI ports allow you to hook up your High Definition peripherals such as your games console or Blu-ray player for a true High Definition multimedia experience. There′s also a PC connection that allows you to convert your the TV into a luxuriously sized PC monitor.

32LD320 Features

32 Inch 1366 x 768 HD ready
Freeview
Picture Wizard
invisible speaker
Slim Depth & Narrow frame
30,000:1 Contrast ratio
Connections

2 x HDMI
1 x SCART
1 x Digital Optical Coaxial
1 x PC In
1 x Headphone
1 x Component
Dimensions (with Stand)

W x H x D: 663 x 484 x 206.8
Weight 11.5 Kg


Display Resolution
Display Resolution
1366 x 768 pixels
Display
Contrast ratio (dynamic)
30000:1
HD-Ready Y
Full HD N
Response Time 5.2 ms
Display brightness 500 cd/m2
Display diagonal 32 "
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Viewing angle, vertical 178 °
Viewing angle, horizontal 178 °
Colour
Colour of product
Black
Connectivity
HDMI ports quantity
2
AC (power) in Y
Component video (YPbPr/YCbCr) in 1
RS-232 ports 1
PC Audio in Y
PC in (D-Sub) Y
Composite video in Y
Digital audio optical out 1
Teletext
Teletext function
Y
Teletext 1000 pages
Audio
Built-in Speakers
Y
RMS rated power 20 W
Speakers 2
Audio System SRS TruSurround
TV Tuner
Auto channel search
Y
Supported bands TNT HD
Security
Child lock
Y
Ergonomics
Compatible with VESA-wall mounting system
100 x 100 mm
Swivel -20 - 20 °
Energy management
Power consumption (standby)
1 W
Power Consumption 150 W
Weight & dimensions
Depth (with stand)
224 mm
Height (with stand) 583 mm
Width (with stand) 805 mm
Weight with stand 11500 g
Depth 80 mm
Width 805 mm
Height 528 mm
Weight 10400 g
Illumination/Alarms
Stand-by LED
Y
Power LED Y
Technical details
On/off timer
Y
Sleep timer Y
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) Y
Integrated clock Y
We offer FREE delivery on all smaller items (and some not-so-small, including Televisions below 40” screen size) and very competitive rates on everything else, with a wide range of options and upgrades. We also have a late cut-off for order processing - 5pm for online orders and 6pm for phone orders to give the you best possible service.

For larger TVs and most Appliances we use two-man delivery teams to ensure that your goods arrive safely. As part of this high quality service our drivers will deliver your new appliance to the room of your choice, unpack it, allow you time to check for any damage before asking you to sign for the goods and then take all the packaging away with them.
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#1
am I missing something or is this an NHS discount site so price is only applicable if you're an employee of the National Health Service? I've seen you qualify this at the beginning of the post but there must surely be something to 'confirm' your NHS status - even if it's which authority you work for?

Edited By: KevSp on Oct 22, 2010 00:36: (update)
#2
As if the NHS wasn't facing enough CUTS!!!!
#3
sowotsdis
As if the NHS wasn't facing enough CUTS!!!!


i doubt this has any effect on the nhs.
banned#4
Damn, its not 1080p..... Regardless its a good deal. Heat added.
#5
I think you will find its £329 at Comet !!! Not £399 as posted (now DELETED

Click here for Comet link

Edited By: v6dlc on Oct 24, 2010 21:59: numpty altered post
#6
Dixons has them for £278

&mctag=gg_goog_7904&gclid=CLyzn8mU5aQCFYVA4wodpA2wLQ]Dixons

Edited By: v6dlc on Oct 22, 2010 01:02: link
#7
The 1080p model is £30 more at £279.
I was looking at an electric cooker I'm after and it certainly wasn't the cheapest on here, plus delivery was £20 extra - are NHS staff being ripped off here.

No criticism of the op - seems a reasonable price for the TV
#8
sowotsdis
As if the NHS wasn't facing enough CUTS!!!!

Actually the NHS aren't facing any cuts, their budget has been ring fenced. Not that government funding has anything to do with this private company's offer to NHS employees. I also don't see why a hospital consultant earning £90k + a year should get any discount on anything.

Edited By: PSmith222 on Oct 22, 2010 02:38: .
#9
actually nhs discounts is aimed more towards nursing and auxillary staff on lower wages :)
#10
Thats an act that could be looked upon as fraudulent, and as you made a gain from the store you are breaking the law.
#11
mongooseontherun
actually nhs discounts is aimed more towards nursing and auxillary staff on lower wages :)


No its not.
You think Comet give 2 fecks who uses their site?
Publicly it`s aimed at lower wage staff.
On the accounts book,it`s aimed at anybody.
NHS don`t lose out either way.
Good deal.
#12
Is this a good price on the LG 42PJ350 42 Inch HD Ready 600Hz Plasma TV

http://www.thevault.nhsdiscounts.com/BR_LG_TVs___Plasma_20012338/version.asp

Edit - probably not, same price at amazon

Edited By: gerard1983 on Oct 22, 2010 08:38: Edit
#13
heat added remember sky hd is only in 720 anyway!
1 Like #14
Is it just me or does anyone else think it is a little deceptive to say "Freeview HD Ready" as it could imply the TV has Freeview HD?

Should it read "32" Freeview, HD Ready LCD TV". Does anyone else agree with me on this?
#15
No its not its capable of 1080i check your settings.
trackdayking
heat added remember sky hd is only in 720 anyway!
#16
torybarsteward
Is it just me or does anyone else think it is a little deceptive to say "Freeview HD Ready" as it could imply the TV has Freeview HD?Should it read "32" Freeview, HD Ready LCD TV". Does anyone else agree with me on this?

A Tory pulling someone up for being deceptive-oh the irony!
#17
Bit skeptical with it being discounted for NHS employees only to be honest. Lets say you take out the warranty on the side for the extra £30 I think it is, and after a while the TV becomes damaged with a technical fault - so as you do, you ring up to claim the warranty, and they ask for a specific NHS number as proof that you're an NHS employee and you can't give them one, you're phecked. I'm not sure if they'll ask for an NHS number or even if one exists to prove workship but it's still a bit worrying under the circumstances.

Edited By: TGHunter on Oct 22, 2010 10:46: .
#18
TGHunter
Bit skeptical with it being discounted for NHS employees only to be honest. Lets say you take out the warranty on the side for the extra £30 I think it is, and after a while the TV becomes damaged with a technical fault - so as you do, you ring up to claim the warranty, and they ask for a specific NHS number as proof that you're an NHS employee and you can't give them one, you're phecked. I'm not sure if they'll ask for an NHS number or even if one exists to prove workship but it's still a bit worrying under the circumstances.


In the email I received with this TV it says : Hello Gemma

CHEAPEST ONLINE PRICES including TVs, computers, cookers, washing machines and more. Plus, exclusive hot offers.

We are delighted to announce the launch of the Vault from NHS Discounts electricals. Prices and products change weekly and all offers are available to share with friends and family.

So anyone can buy from this site. If they limited it to NHS staff only and asked for proof they would be limiting themselves.

Edited By: gemmyw on Oct 22, 2010 10:50: adding info
#19
gemmyw
TGHunter
Bit skeptical with it being discounted for NHS employees only to be honest. Lets say you take out the warranty on the side for the extra £30 I think it is, and after a while the TV becomes damaged with a technical fault - so as you do, you ring up to claim the warranty, and they ask for a specific NHS number as proof that you're an NHS employee and you can't give them one, you're phecked. I'm not sure if they'll ask for an NHS number or even if one exists to prove workship but it's still a bit worrying under the circumstances.



In the email I received with this TV it says : Hello Gemma

CHEAPEST ONLINE PRICES including TVs, computers, cookers, washing machines and more. Plus, exclusive hot offers.

We are delighted to announce the launch of the Vault from NHS Discounts electricals. Prices and products change weekly and all offers are available to share with friends and family.

So anyone can buy from this site. If they limited it to NHS staff only and asked for proof they would be limiting themselves.


Ah right thanks Gemmy. I was wondering actually if you could simply claim it was a gift bought for you, but wasn't sure whether they'd then ask for an NHS number still from the person you've claimed it was a gift from.

I'd think if it was completely exclusive they'd make you log in just to view the contents.

Thanks again, have you happened to have ordered anything?

Edited By: TGHunter on Oct 22, 2010 11:13: .
#20
TGHunter
gemmyw
TGHunter
Bit skeptical with it being discounted for NHS employees only to be honest. Lets say you take out the warranty on the side for the extra £30 I think it is, and after a while the TV becomes damaged with a technical fault - so as you do, you ring up to claim the warranty, and they ask for a specific NHS number as proof that you're an NHS employee and you can't give them one, you're phecked. I'm not sure if they'll ask for an NHS number or even if one exists to prove workship but it's still a bit worrying under the circumstances.
In the email I received with this TV it says : Hello Gemma CHEAPEST ONLINE PRICES including TVs, computers, cookers, washing machines and more. Plus, exclusive hot offers. We are delighted to announce the launch of the Vault from NHS Discounts electricals. Prices and products change weekly and all offers are available to share with friends and family. So anyone can buy from this site. If they limited it to NHS staff only and asked for proof they would be limiting themselves.
Ah right thanks Gemmy. I was wondering actually if you could simply claim it was a gift bought for you, but wasn't sure whether they'd then ask for an NHS number still from the person you've claimed it was a gift from. I'd think if it was completely exclusive they'd make you log in just to view the contents. Thanks again, have you happened to have ordered anything?

Hi LOL no. I tend to ignore these emails generally but thought this one sounded good. When I find a deal and try to post on here it is always already posted! I would defo buy this TV usually but I am on half pay at mo due to medical condition so on the bones of my bum at mo. :|
#21

So? This is still cheaper!!!!!!!!!!
#22
martyboy70
torybarsteward
Is it just me or does anyone else think it is a little deceptive to say "Freeview HD Ready" as it could imply the TV has Freeview HD?Should it read "32" Freeview, HD Ready LCD TV". Does anyone else agree with me on this?


A Tory pulling someone up for being deceptive-oh the irony!


erm ... the irony is that you don't recognise irony. Someone with the username torybarsteward is unlikely to be a Tory. It's the barsteward bit that gives it away.

now come back and tell me there is a further level of irony that I have failed to notice. (_;)

p.s. I agree with the barsteward - it is deceptive.
#23
torybarsteward
Is it just me or does anyone else think it is a little deceptive to say "Freeview HD Ready" as it could imply the TV has Freeview HD?Should it read "32" Freeview, HD Ready LCD TV". Does anyone else agree with me on this?

+1 ;)


Edited By: Andybro on Oct 22, 2010 13:19: Grammer
#24
Can any kind person please explain the difference between 'HD ready' and 'HD' please? In technical terms I mean.

Ta.
#25
torybarsteward1 person likes this
Is it just me or does anyone else think it is a little deceptive to say "Freeview HD Ready" as it could imply the TV has Freeview HD?

Should it read "32" Freeview, HD Ready LCD TV". Does anyone else agree with me on this?


Completely agree - makes it very hard to search for TVs with "Freeview HD".

- Simon.
#26
HD ready it quite simply a lower resolution, which means a lesser picture (depending on the source of the video).
Full HD is 1080p which means it has 1080 vertical lines of pixels and "p" means progressive scan which flashes each image on the screen in one go rather than "i" which is interlaced, where odd lines are updated then even lines in turn at a higher refresh rate. If you're going to be sitting up close to a screen, ie for PC use, I'd suggest getting an "i" model as it's less harsh on the eyes.
[helper]#27
PSmith222
sowotsdis
As if the NHS wasn't facing enough CUTS!!!!
Actually the NHS aren't facing any cuts, their budget has been ring fenced. Not that government funding has anything to do with this private company's offer to NHS employees. I also don't see why a hospital consultant earning £90k + a year should get any discount on anything.
You'll find that all NHS trusts are trying to find substantial savings as the costs of providing healthcare are likely to increase by £20 billion over the next 3 or 4 years...... and any additional money announced in the budget will probably not cover the redundancy payments and restructuring costs. The restructuring has resulted in some of the PCTs making 40-50% of their staff redundant

As for the NHS discounts scheme no money comes out of the NHS for this - it is simply a bunch of retailers who offer discounts to NHS employees because its such a large organisation but most of the time you can find better deals by shopping around.



Edited By: gari189 on Oct 22, 2010 17:23: ?
#28
martyboy70
torybarsteward
Is it just me or does anyone else think it is a little deceptive to say "Freeview HD Ready" as it could imply the TV has Freeview HD?Should it read "32" Freeview, HD Ready LCD TV". Does anyone else agree with me on this?


A Tory pulling someone up for being deceptive-oh the irony!


Politics now? How to start an argument
Anyway, where have the Tories been deceptive? They've adapted for debts that were not disclosed.
No choice. I'm gonna get shafted as is my pension but better that in the short term than everything collapsing
#30
Ohh only another 93% needed and I might have a badge to add to my one badge I have now! 8)

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