LG 32LD320 32 inch LCD TV HD Ready 720p Freeview £224.99 with code @ ebuyer express - HotUKDeals
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Save £25 using code C2EBUYE to get this delivered for £224.99 saving 10% off original price of £249.99.
This HD Ready 32 inch LCD TV is the perfect partner to the explosion of new HD products out there. From HDTV to games consoles, the LG 32LD350 is the ideal match. LG's highly respected XD Engine Technology offers a faster, more accurate picture processing than ever before.

Featuring a gloss black surround & elegant stand, the 32LD320 matches the style that more expensive LG TVs have recently been famed for. Thanks to the latest technology, it's also Smart Energy Saving Plus Recommended. For a 32inch HD Ready LCD TV with an impressive spec and smooth, good looks, the 32LD320 is hard to beat.
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#1
http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/P800-0210134-01.jpg
#2
Looks good!
#3
decent enough deal if you dont want 1080
#5


How does that make it very cold? You have to wait for quidco to track, validate and receive before you get it down to that price
#6
I swear I have seen 1080p TV's on here for 250.00, maybe I am wrong.
#7
Great price for a Bedroom TV +1
#8
Do most TVs with built-in Freeview output an analogue signal via Scart for recording on an external device?

I've just realised that if replace my TV I may not have any means of recording until I buy a PVR.

I'm aware that I won't be able to watch and record different channels, and I'd have to set the tuner and leave it on while recording, but I'd still like to at least have a basic method of recording something using my existing equipment until I replace it.
#9
canada16
I swear I have seen 1080p TV's on here for 250.00, maybe I am wrong.

You dont need it on a mere 32" TV, Specs Schmecks
#10
hotukdealz
canada16
I swear I have seen 1080p TV's on here for 250.00, maybe I am wrong.
You dont need it on a mere 32" TV, Specs Schmecks

Big difference between 1080p and 720. I can easily tell the difference on my sony 32" lcd. Wouldn't bother me if it wasn't my main TV however, so good deal.
#11
70 odd quid less then asda, hot.
#12
hotukdealz
canada16
I swear I have seen 1080p TV's on here for 250.00, maybe I am wrong.
You dont need it on a mere 32" TV, Specs Schmecks


You don't need 720p either. Regardless of that, if viewing from the correct distance and viewing the corect material, 1080p is much better than 720p, screen size alone does not matter to resolution.
#13
Where do you put the code in?
#14
Tis OK i found it.

Voted Hot.
#15
How does this compare to the Toshiba 32AV713B?
#16
Great deal, voted hot.

Spotted the TV on Saturday but didn't know the code :D

Now just got to convince the parents to upgrade... oO
#17
Voted hot but I'm looking for a cheap 1080..:(
#18
tempted for my room, time to get tape measure out!
#19
I thought 1080p was pointless on any screen under 42" ?
http://img607.imageshack.us/img607/9748/resolutionchart.png

Edited By: C64 on Nov 23, 2010 00:46: .
#20
Great deal
Bought :)
#21
I brought this TV its's great!
#22
C64
I thought 1080p was pointless on any screen under 42" ?http://img607.imageshack.us/img607/9748/resolutionchart.png

Why say that and then post a link which contradicts yourself.

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