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NEW LINK : http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/lg-32le4900-32-full-backlit-hd-led-tv-07706841-pdt.html?
Spotted this last night from currys advert, great for the bedroom.
* HD TV 1080p
* 32 inch (82 cm) 16/9
* Freeview
* HDMI x4
* USB 2.0 x2
Full description on there website :)

Edgelit not Backlit
- deanos

5OFFCUR IS £284.00
- canada16





£284.05 with voucher code
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#1
Big bedroom! Great price.

What's the sound like though - not good on many LED TVs due to lack of space for decent speakers.

Edited By: Besford on Apr 28, 2011 08:38
1 Like #2
Its not full backlit its edgelit

http://www.lg.com/uk/tv-audio-video/televisions/LG-led-tv-32LE4900.jsp

Edited By: deanos on Apr 28, 2011 08:44
#3
deanos
Its not full backlit its edgelit
title miss leading then
#4
Use code 5OFFCUR and its £284.05
#5
deanos
Use code 5OFFCUR and its £284.05

And Topcashback :)
#6
should I shouldnt I, its got dlna and freeview and netcast
And what hifi rate it quite good, apart from motion, But will only be watching normal TV.
1 Like #7
why does it show people as banned? if they are allowed to log in and post, also another guys posted a deal that had been banned.
Just wondering
#8


Sorry dint know mate just going off what currys said :(
#9
chewyhewitt


Sorry dint know mate just going off what currys said :(


Not your fault m8 :)
#10
Im pulling the trigger, its for the bedroom, its got amazing specs, dlna and internet iplayer and hd freeview, beats me why this is not 1000 degrees, cant find anything close to this price for specs, and to boot its ultra thin LED

Thanks op and 5OFFCUR works, so thanks again for posting that DEANOS
#11
Argh.... so close to pulling the trigger!
#12
Just another similar deal to consider for anyone looking at this.

I am looking between the 2.

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/samsung-le32c530-32-full-hd-lcd-tv-05037914-pdt.html
#13
Alex Theory
Argh.... so close to pulling the trigger!



can that code be used for reserve and collect?

cheers
#14
canada16
Im pulling the trigger, its for the bedroom, its got amazing specs, dlna and internet iplayer and hd freeview, beats me why this is not 1000 degrees, cant find anything close to this price for specs, and to boot its ultra thin LED

Thanks op and 5OFFCUR works, so thanks again for posting that DEANOS

Ditto!
#15
kreig
Just another similar deal to consider for anyone looking at this.

I am looking between the 2.

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/samsung-le32c530-32-full-hd-lcd-tv-05037914-pdt.html


That is more and has no DLNA, no freeviewHD tuner and its fatter in the back. reminds me of sirmix a lot.. lol
Buy the LG its a hell of a deal for 284 - 3% TCB
#16
This is an amazing deal, further more with the discount!
#17
canada16
kreig
Just another similar deal to consider for anyone looking at this.

I am looking between the 2.

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/samsung-le32c530-32-full-hd-lcd-tv-05037914-pdt.html


That is more and has no DLNA, no freeviewHD tuner and its fatter in the back. reminds me of sirmix a lot.. lol
Buy the LG its a hell of a deal for 284 - 3% TCB


LED is poor at the low end compared to lcd in my experience. Which is why it was returned.

To get good LED you will need to spend big £££

You should consider the LG LD490 which is the lcd version. Do a little research and find out which is really better. (_;)

Its £269.99 with same spec at amazon.


Edited By: Gunner4Life on Apr 28, 2011 10:47: Pooor LED
#18
http://www.whathifi.com/review/lg-32le4900

Looking at different Tv's and this looks like a complete no go if u use it for any kind of gaming, trying to find a response time in ms somewhere for it .
#19
chillyyyy
deanos
Its not full backlit its edgelit

title miss leading then


Full Backlit LED is ambiguous, therefore not necessarily misleading in the sense being portrayed. Both Edget Lit and Full Array LED sets have Full LED backlights.
#20
Cracking deal
#21
Gunner4Life
canada16
kreig
Just another similar deal to consider for anyone looking at this.

I am looking between the 2.

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/samsung-le32c530-32-full-hd-lcd-tv-05037914-pdt.html


That is more and has no DLNA, no freeviewHD tuner and its fatter in the back. reminds me of sirmix a lot.. lol
Buy the LG its a hell of a deal for 284 - 3% TCB


LED is poor at the low end compared to lcd in my experience from a samsung 37" c5100

To get good LED you will need to spend big £££

You should consider the LG LD490 which is the lcd version. Do a little research and find out which is really better. (_;)

Its £269.99 with same spec at amazon.


The C5100 is the LED "version" of the C530, therefore if you feel the C5100 is poor the C530 won't be any better.

If you don't need LED backlight, then the 32c580 is a much better set then the 32C530 for less here:

http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/samsung-le32c580-32-full-hd-lcd-tv-05029595-pdt.html?srcid=867&xtor=AL-78&istCompanyId=4be69b13-f6de-4a80-8d9b-22e0185f57a7&istItemId=mlxilil&istBid=t

The LD490 is essentially the set this is derived from, therefore its unlikely to be worse then it in any aspect (other then possibly backlight bleed at the edges). The What Hifi review mentioned earlier concurs, although admittedly I'd take anything they say with a pinch of salt :D. For £15 I think you'd have to be pretty foolish to go for the LD490 (infact if you count Quidco the difference is even less). The only positive about going for the LD490 is you don't have to deal with Currys :D


Edited By: Mentos on Apr 28, 2011 11:12: .
#22
Livingston had a bunch of 32 and 42 sitting at the front door, 299 and 399, still a very good buy!
#23
canada16
kreig
Just another similar deal to consider for anyone looking at this.

I am looking between the 2.

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/samsung-le32c530-32-full-hd-lcd-tv-05037914-pdt.html


That is more and has no DLNA, no freeviewHD tuner and its fatter in the back. reminds me of sirmix a lot.. lol
Buy the LG its a hell of a deal for 284 - 3% TCB


Thanks, I think I will drive down a pull the trigger on the LG then.
#24
Well after waiting for ages for the 32c5100/32c5800 (will match my other Samsung panel nicely) to drop below £300, I've finally given up and bought this. Thanks for the heads up OP.

Delivery is next Wednesday, which gives me some time to cancel. Does anyone know if you can return these to store under DSR, or if you have to post back, should I not like it?

Edited By: Mentos on Apr 28, 2011 11:03
#25
"Terribly poor motion handling" according to what Hi-Fi

http://www.whathifi.com/review/lg-32le4900

Though, for the money the feature set is very impressive. The comments about LED on a budget, or even not is true - standard LCD will provide a smoother picture in most cases.
#26
They are both LCD mate, its just the backlighting that is different. Original LCD tv's make use of fluorescent tubes to light up the LCD panel and the LED tv's use LED's (either edge lit as this is or full LED) to light up the LCD panel. If you want a true LED tv, then your looking at OLED, BIG MONEY.
1 Like #27
if you now know its edgelit and not backlit change the bleeding title!
#28
haveit1
They are both LCD mate, its just the backlighting that is different. Original LCD tv's make use of fluorescent tubes to light up the LCD panel and the LED tv's use LED's (either edge lit as this is or full LED) to light up the LCD panel. If you want a true LED tv, then your looking at OLED, BIG MONEY.


Oh yeah well aware I have both full backlit LED LCD & standard LCD sets, i dont even think you can get OLED sets larger than 22" or so!?

I don't think we need to put LCD LED these days to know what we're on about! Maybe just edge or back lit 0_o.
#29
after a quick look on the netcast site, i am unsure - does this actually have iplayer?
1 Like #30
GIJimmy
after a quick look on the netcast site, i am unsure - does this actually have iplayer?


100% Yes
#31
baseley09
"Terribly poor motion handling" according to what Hi-Fi

http://www.whathifi.com/review/lg-32le4900

Though, for the money the feature set is very impressive. The comments about LED on a budget, or even not is true - standard LCD will provide a smoother picture in most cases.


Not sure what you mean by smoother picture, but if you mean superior picture or better motion handling, that is not true.

The 32C5800 which i've seen as low as £400 will produce a superior picture then any other set upto and possibly above that price (until you hit the likes of the discounted Panny G20's). The only exception would be the 32C580 (which I posted a link to earlier) which will match it in most aspects, as one would expect as that is the non LED backlit set from which the C5800 is derived.
#32
canada16
GIJimmy
after a quick look on the netcast site, i am unsure - does this actually have iplayer?


100% Yes


thanks, now to decide whether to get a tuner for my microserver and wait for this to arrive or cancel and order this lg.... mmm
#33
Do you have to run a LAN cable into the unit to utilise netcast??
stupid question probably but still!
#34
baseley09
"Terribly poor motion handling" according to what Hi-Fihttp://www.whathifi.com/review/lg-32le4900Though, for the money the feature set is very impressive. The comments about LED on a budget, or even not is true - standard LCD will provide a smoother picture in most cases.

Who cares if it is an LED LCD if the motion handling is so poor! Just buy a standard LCD with better performance. It's the quality that counts not the tech.
#35
haveit1
They are both LCD mate, its just the backlighting that is different. Original LCD tv's make use of fluorescent tubes to light up the LCD panel and the LED tv's use LED's (either edge lit as this is or full LED) to light up the LCD panel. If you want a true LED tv, then your looking at OLED, BIG MONEY.


Is anyone really going to have knowledge about LED's yet be fooled into thinking this is a OLED TV? And who defined OLED as "true LED TV"? Fair enough if the two were competing in the market at the same time, but given they aren't the constant insinuation that we are being fooled in some way is a little patronising.
#36
jamiehartle
Do you have to run a LAN cable into the unit to utilise netcast??
stupid question probably but still!


I imagine like Samsung they'll have a Wifi dongle you can purchase at an inflated price :(
2 Likes #37
Agharta
baseley09
"Terribly poor motion handling" according to what Hi-Fihttp://www.whathifi.com/review/lg-32le4900Though, for the money the feature set is very impressive. The comments about LED on a budget, or even not is true - standard LCD will provide a smoother picture in most cases.

Who cares if it is an LED LCD if the motion handling is so poor! Just buy a standard LCD with better performance. It's the quality that counts not the tech.


Its being mounted in a position where I need something as slim as possible. Aesthetically this will fit better also given the modern look of the kitchen and it will match the slim TV (albeit a better one) in the adjacent room. Its not being used for critical viewing, therefore provided the picture is acceptable its overall quality is not of paramount importance.

Just providing a perspective of why someone might not care about having the absolute best picture for their £s.
#38
Nice one - thanks OP. Just ordered one for the conservatory.

Oh and cheers to the poster re: the code too

Edited By: senwar on Apr 28, 2011 11:36
#39
Quidco just tracked at £9.47 (4% of ex VAT price :(), bringing overall cost to £274.58 :)

Edited By: Mentos on Apr 28, 2011 11:39
#40
Superb deal, very tempted but really wanted a 40" tv.

Does anybody know if both the 4500 and 4900 LG TVs can play movies from the USB??

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