LG 32LD490 - 32" Widescreen 1080p Full HD LCD Internet TV with Freeview HD - £269.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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#1
Hot hot hot....
#2
at this price i would definitely go for this over the 32ld450

freeview HD and internet TV for only £40 or so more is a bargin
1 Like #3
wanny8888
at this price i would definitely go for this over the 32ld450

freeview HD and internet TV for only £40 or so more is a bargin


£30 ;) 3 Hdmi's instead of 2 as well as no usb hack required to unlock usb video playback. Which would cost a few quid unless you have one that will work already :)
#4
WOW!!!

great find OP
#5
this is decent tv got it when it was on offer with 5 year guarantee by john lewis (£299)
#6
is it wireless then?
#7
stphnstevey
is it wireless then?


why not just click the link and read the specs?

Connectivity: Wired
#8
This is too hot for TV.
#9
how does the internet tv work ? ? just stick it in ur room n it finds channels through the net ??
#10
RattyRyan
how does the internet tv work ? ? just stick it in ur room n it finds channels through the net ??


Though ethenet cable. I am unsure if it has wireless dongle compatibility. It has stuff like facebook,googlemaps,youtube and bbc iplayer to name the main ones so others have said.
#11
Not 100hz. Does that matter?
#12
bittergeek
Not 100hz. Does that matter?


Nope, i don't think it does. Unless your sensitive to flicker on all tvs you look at ?
Most people say it creates more problems than it solves. If you want 100hz you should reconsider your budget 8)

Edited By: Gunner4Life on Apr 21, 2011 19:44
#13
No as it's an LCD
#14
Rich44
No as it's an LCD


Please explain more .......
#15
Gunner4Life
bittergeek
Not 100hz. Does that matter?


Nope, i don't thin it does. Unless your sensitive to flicker on all tvs you look at ?
Most people say it creates more problems than it solves. If you want 100hz you should reconsider your budget 8)


My 47'' LG is 100hz that I have not had any problem with since bought a year ago. So just wondering if picture quality on this would look inferior.
#16
Does anybody please know whether you would be able to stream lovefilm movies with this TV?

I have double checked love-film and this doesnt seem to be one of the supported TVs; as it has an ethernet connnection it actually making me wonder whether lovefilm movies streaming would be possible.

many thanks

Edited By: Hadrian on Apr 21, 2011 19:57
#17
bittergeek
Gunner4Life
bittergeek
Not 100hz. Does that matter?


Nope, i don't thin it does. Unless your sensitive to flicker on all tvs you look at ?
Most people say it creates more problems than it solves. If you want 100hz you should reconsider your budget 8)


My 47'' LG is 100hz that I have not had any problem with since bought a year ago. So just wondering if picture quality on this would look inferior.


Depends if its always on ? Do you notice motion blurr ect easilly ? As only a small number of people would notice. Them i feel sorry for as they have to pay £100ish or more just because of there eyes.

Buy it if you have problems return it under quality issues for free. Nothing to loose......
#18
Hadrian
Does anybody please know whether you would be able to stream lovefilm movies with this TV?

I have double checked love-film and this doesnt seem to be one of the supported TVs; as it has an ethernet connnection it actually making me wonder whether lovefilm movies streaming would be possible.

many thanks


Nope, no Lovefilm unfortunately, but the iPlayer and YouTube perform very well. I bought this when it was on offer for 299 with 5 year warranty at John Lewis, my first LCD tv, and I'm very happy with it.
#19
That's a very nice price. I thought the samsung with freeview HD was good at £310 but this is even more tempting
1 Like #20
Hadrian
Does anybody please know whether you would be able to stream lovefilm movies with this TV?

I have double checked love-film and this doesnt seem to be one of the supported TVs; as it has an ethernet connnection it actually making me wonder whether lovefilm movies streaming would be possible.

many thanks


I assume its the same set up as my 50" plasma

http://i63.photobucket.com/albums/h160/custards_xbox_mods/IMAG0149.jpg

so its more like apps on the TV
banned#21
Is your clock 12 hours out? :p

I don't know why more HD TVs don't come with Freeview HD built in rather than standard Freeview. Always thought it was a bit of a waste.
#22
bargain price ,,my uncle bought this a couple of weejks ago for £329 @john lewis
voted hot
#23
custardy

I assume its the same set up as my 50" plasma



so its more like apps on the TV


Yep, exactly the same...
#24
very hot
#25
Does anyone know if comet price match against amazon?
#26
Iv been watching HUKD like a hawk for a very long time waiting for this type of tv (32" freeview HD + netcast) to seriously drop below £300. Then this from amazon !! I bought two
#27
Gunner4Life
bittergeek
Not 100hz. Does that matter?


Nope, i don't think it does. Unless your sensitive to flicker on all tvs you look at ?
Most people say it creates more problems than it solves. If you want 100hz you should reconsider your budget 8)


It does if your going to be watching sports like football and motor racing!

I have the LD690 and using this with 100hz trumotion turned on differentiates it from the cheaper models such as this one..
Watching champions league football last week I turned it off and it was a massive difference with motion blur quite noticeable in fast moving parts of the match, and when the camera panned quite quickly, turning 100hz on just transformed the picture and made it crystal clear and smooth with no motion blur at all..

I done a lot of research on these tv's and thats why I went for the 690 model over the 4** series..

Although if you are not going to be watching any fast moving sports then this tv is a hot deal for the price!

You pays ya money and takes ya choice as they say!!
1 Like #28
crazylegs
Gunner4Life
bittergeek
Not 100hz. Does that matter?


Nope, i don't think it does. Unless your sensitive to flicker on all tvs you look at ?
Most people say it creates more problems than it solves. If you want 100hz you should reconsider your budget 8)


It does if your going to be watching sports like football and motor racing!

I have the LD690 and using this with 100hz trumotion turned on differentiates it from the cheaper models such as this one..
Watching champions league football last week I turned it off and it was a massive difference with motion blur quite noticeable in fast moving parts of the match, and when the camera panned quite quickly, turning 100hz on just transformed the picture and made it crystal clear and smooth with no motion blur at all..

I done a lot of research on these tv's and thats why I went for the 690 model over the 4** series..

Although if you are not going to be watching any fast moving sports then this tv is a hot deal for the price!

You pays ya money and takes ya choice as they say!!


Did you pick that tv up in the argos £300-£330 deal (can't remember what the price was but no its was between that)

Again many say it makes it worse it would be on much higher end models where it would make the bigger difference.You may be a unlucky person who notices problems with 50hz, which if so i feel sorry for you :|

I've seen many reviews by people who say it has made other areas worse including motion blur. The simple fact is a tv will NEVER be perfect and 100hz will matter to some but for many or most others it won't :) Its not worth the £100 for most unless your in the small % who can pick it up too easilly (flicker)

Enjoy your tv if you have brought it, i'm waiting for my Samsung D580 to be dispatched :D but this is making me reconsider oO


Edited By: Gunner4Life on Apr 22, 2011 11:28
#29
Gunner4Life
crazylegs
Gunner4Life
bittergeek
Not 100hz. Does that matter?


Nope, i don't think it does. Unless your sensitive to flicker on all tvs you look at ?
Most people say it creates more problems than it solves. If you want 100hz you should reconsider your budget 8)


It does if your going to be watching sports like football and motor racing!

I have the LD690 and using this with 100hz trumotion turned on differentiates it from the cheaper models such as this one..
Watching champions league football last week I turned it off and it was a massive difference with motion blur quite noticeable in fast moving parts of the match, and when the camera panned quite quickly, turning 100hz on just transformed the picture and made it crystal clear and smooth with no motion blur at all..

I done a lot of research on these tv's and thats why I went for the 690 model over the 4** series..

Although if you are not going to be watching any fast moving sports then this tv is a hot deal for the price!

You pays ya money and takes ya choice as they say!!


Did you pick that tv up in the argos £300-£330 deal (can't remember what the price was but no its was between that)

Again many say it makes it worse it would be on much higher end models where it would make the bigger difference.You may be a unlucky person who notices problems with 50hz, which if so i feel sorry for you :|

I've seen many reviews by people who say it has made other areas worse including motion blur. The simple fact is a tv will NEVER be perfect and 100hz will matter to some but for many or most others it won't :) Its not worth the £100 for most unless your in the small % who can pick it up too easilly (flicker)

Enjoy your tv if you have brought it, i'm waiting for my Samsung D580 to be dispatched :D but this is making me reconsider oO



No there is a noticeable difference between 50hz and 100hz!

Otherwise tv manufacturers wouldn't recognise this and manufacture accordingly, Not just me others also have seen what a difference this makes..

The problems you are talking about are from inexperienced users that don't have there sets set up properly and turning trumotion on just highlights other problems, these tv's need time spent setting up correct display parameters, if this is done properly everything else works perfectly too!

All down to the user at the end of the day..
#30
I wouldn't say thats wrong but i still think its not worth getting 100hz on a 32 as 40+ are superior to 32 picture wise

Do you have the 32 ld690 from argos for £320ish ?

I'm just stating that for many 100hz isn't needed and isn't worth the extra £££ but for a smaller % it is....

Edited By: Gunner4Life on Apr 22, 2011 12:15
#31
Thanks OP, ordered one today.
#32
Dr Zoidberg
That's a very nice price. I thought the samsung with freeview HD was good at £310 but this is even more tempting


Would you be able to post a link?
#33
Nice one, just ordered :)
#34
Malc_32
Dr Zoidberg
That's a very nice price. I thought the samsung with freeview HD was good at £310 but this is even more tempting


Would you be able to post a link?


It was the C580 samsung 32" The new models have just come out. So it seems its been removed at this moment in time.

Link anyway : http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003DNSJ72/sr=8-3/qid=1303475275/ref=olp_product_details?ie=UTF8&me=&qid=1303475275&sr=8-3&seller=
#35
hot from me..
#36
Gunner4Life
Malc_32
Dr Zoidberg
That's a very nice price. I thought the samsung with freeview HD was good at £310 but this is even more tempting


Would you be able to post a link?


It was the C580 samsung 32" The new models have just come out. So it seems its been removed at this moment in time.

Link anyway :[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2Fgp%2Fproduct%2FB003DNSJ72%2Fsr%3D8-3%2Fqid%3D1303475275%2Fref%3Dolp_product_details%3Fie%3DUTF8%26me%3D%26qid%3D1303475275%26sr%3D8-3%26seller%3D] http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003DNSJ72/sr=8-3/qid=1303475275/ref=olp_product_details?ie=UTF8&me=&qid=1303475275&sr=8-3&seller=[/url]


Ahh okay thank you!
#37
Doh.......Just bought this a few days ago from Argos for £300 (Although I did get £20 of vouchers back).

Not even taken it out of the box yet as I am redecorating the room before installing the TV.
#38
Does anyone know if a wifi bridge will work with this instead of the expensive USB stick - that is for the internet features?
#39
What are the chances of John Lewis dropping this tv back down to 299 from 329? Would love the 5 yr warranty.
#40
dunfyboy
Is your clock 12 hours out? :p


Just looking back over this thread and if the clock is out then so is the thermometer, or was Edinburgh really full of brass monkeys last week ?

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