LG 32LE4900 - 32" Full HD LED TV with DLNA & Netcast + Glossy Photo Paper - £270.79 (with code) @ Dixons (+ 6% Cashback) - HotUKDeals
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MVC30OFF - 30.00 CODE + 6% TCB

Well Just cancelled the currys offer, and thanks to another member he gave a code of MVC30OFF for 30.00 off a 300.00 spend. Buy this paper as well:

http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/pc-world-ess-150-gsm-6x4-glossy-photo-paper-30-sheets-07540832-pdt.html

Which is a lot cheaper and 6% TCB

Saved me 15.00 + TCB and a faster delivery, thanks Poster who posted on the currys deal about this code

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#1
Wow!
#2
Why cold, 15.00 cheaper than the hot currys deal, and better cash back 6% and more delivery spaces for my area
#3
WOW! you put WOW! on your post.

WOW!
#4
So did the poster that put the beer up for tesco, and that went to 3000 degrees. Oh well took it off, now people are voting hoter, thought this was about the deals.

Seems a steal for 270.00 for a internet LED tv with dlna.
#5
WOW :D

DO you know if you can still return to a Currys store under DSR? Or are you liable for return shipping?
#6
Mentos
WOW :D

DO you know if you can still return to a Currys store under DSR? Or are you liable for return shipping?


Just bought from currys 30 min ago, so just called and cancelled, and had a email 2 seconds later to conf the cancellation.
TCB just tracked as well so another 6% hopefully
#7
canada16
Mentos
WOW :D

DO you know if you can still return to a Currys store under DSR? Or are you liable for return shipping?


Just bought from currys 30 min ago, so just called and cancelled, and had a email 2 seconds later to conf the cancellation.
TCB just tracked as well so another 6% hopefully


Assuming Quidco on Dixons is also ex VAT based, it works out £18 cheaper. The advantage of Currys is you can return instore. However, Dixons don't state you have to pay return postage, which from my understanding of DSR means they have to cover it. As they need to explicitly state you are liable for return postage. But do I want to risk that argument.

Decisions, decisions.
#8
Dixons pick up themselves, with their own van, I have not heard of people being charged
#9
Have cancelled and re-ordered.

I wonder if someone will pop up with a better deal between now and Wednesday and save us another £18 :D
#10
Good deal.thx
#11
Cheers, just done the same as you and cancelled with Currys to re-order with Dixons!
#12
I'm currently mulling over the LG 32LD490 which (I believe) is the LCD version of this set for £270.00??

Does anyone know which of these is the better deal??
#13
This voucher only works over £300 spend- what else did you buy to get over to the £300. What's the cheapes item there?
#14
The LD490 is going to be thicker, and not sure about backlight, ccfl vs led
#15
Catman99
This voucher only works over £300 spend- what else did you buy to get over to the £300. What's the cheapes item there?


Read my post. it was paper
#16
stevep94
I'm currently mulling over the LG 32LD490 which (I believe) is the LCD version of this set for £270.00??

Does anyone know which of these is the better deal??


LED TVs are still LCD TVs. The LED just refers to the backlight. People think LCD is old hat, so they make them sound different by putting LED instead. Remember those "TFT" monitors a few years ago that replaced all the LCD ones? Same thing. Still LCD.

The main difference will be in the power consumption for the backlight (LED more power efficient), and possibly in brightness levels / contrast levels. The LED backlit one will also (probably) be thinner.


Edited By: winstonmanc on Apr 28, 2011 13:39
#17
Quidco just tracked at £13.54, which would make it £257.25 if it pays out.

Just waiting on Currys to confirm cancelation now, got auto confirmation they have received my request.
#18
Ditto - just done the same, cancelled with Currys and re-ordered.

Nice one, thanks!
#19
Crap i wont have money for this till next week hopefully still good by then
#20
Currys are going to wonder why everyone is cancelling their orders, they must have access to dixons website, So they will know people are buying from them.

I wonder if dixons will cancel orders due to the code? or is the code for everyone to use?
#21
Great TV for the price, would jump on this if i didn't have a 1080p 32" already :)
#22
which is better LED V LCD - ? havent actually managed to get into Currys in a while to see
there are huge drops in price for LED - maybe theyre not selling well ?

I see a lot of posts on here saying LED suffer from unnaturally dark areas on the screen and some people are remarking they have seen LED in shops and are unimpressed when side by side with a traditional LCD
#23
Just had quidco track at £13.60 too - so £258 for me on this deal. Fantastic OP - thanks a lot.
#24
aside from maybe slimmer, does this one have any benifits over LG 32LD490 on amazon for £269, which was posted previously? do both share the reported bluring on fast moving content?
#25
Many thanks
1 Like #26
taedeen
aside from maybe slimmer, does this one have any benifits over LG 32LD490 on amazon for £269, which was posted previously? do both share the reported bluring on fast moving content?


This set is essentially derived from the 32LD490, therefore it will be similar. As for what the LED backlight gives you:

1) Slimmer
2) Lower Power consumption
3) More consistant backlight over its life
4) Lighter (which maybe important if you're wall mounting on a wall with few solid mounting points).

It may possibly also give you the following, although not sure in a cheaper set like this its guaranteed:

1) Wider Colour Gamut
2) Longer Backlight life
3) Runs cooler therefore more reliable, although that could equally be countered by the fact this is 1st gen implementation of LED backlight tech.
4) Possibly better contrast ratio & dynamic modes, as several discrete light sources offer more versatility then 1. However, only the newer Sammy's appear to be realising this potential in any way.
5) Will stop there as everything else is unlikely to show up in a set in this price bracket.

Possible disadvantages:

1) Bleeding of backlight at the edges and possible clouding effect on black screen (although the CCFL counterpart will have its own backlight issues in some respect, unfortunately it tends to be pot luck :()

For the same price, I'd pick the LED backlit version everytime and I think few would disagree with me. Especially when CCFL/LCD appears to be on its way out, IMO these "fatter" LCD's will start to look dated when even Plasma's are getting thinner. The only thing the LD490 has going for it in this comparison is Amazon as the retailer over Dixons :D

If I was going for a CCFL LCD over this, I'd go for the UE32C580 also on Dixons for £309 (works out £279 after using code).

But its your money :D

Edited By: Mentos on Apr 28, 2011 15:27
#27
where can you get a decent extended warranty for these? not a fan of the standard 1 year....
#28
Thanx OP
1 Like #29
For those that have a NATWEST Advantage gold account they can have another 1 year warranty for free
1 Like #30
Mentos
taedeen
aside from maybe slimmer, does this one have any benifits over LG 32LD490 on amazon for £269, which was posted previously? do both share the reported bluring on fast moving content?


This set is essentially derived from the 32LD490, therefore it will be similar. As for what the LED backlight gives you:

1) Slimmer
2) Lower Power consumption
3) More consistant backlight over its life
4) Lighter (which maybe important if you're wall mounting on a wall with few solid mounting points).

It may possibly also give you the following, although not sure in a cheaper set like this its guaranteed:

1) Wider Colour Gamut
2) Longer Backlight life
3) Runs cooler therefore more reliable, although that could equally be countered by the fact this is 1st gen implementation of LED backlight tech.
4) Possibly better contrast ratio & dynamic modes, as several discrete light sources offer more versatility then 1. However, only the newer Sammy's appear to be realising this potential in any way.
5) Will stop there as everything else is unlikely to show up in a set in this price bracket.

Possible disadvantages:

1) Bleeding of backlight at the edges and possible clouding effect on black screen (although the CCFL counterpart will have its own backlight issues in some respect, unfortunately it tends to be pot luck :()

For the same price, I'd pick the LED backlit version everytime and I think few would disagree with me. Especially when CCFL/LCD appears to be on its way out, IMO these "fatter" LCD's will start to look dated when even Plasma's are getting thinner. The only thing the LD490 has going for it in this comparison is Amazon as the retailer over Dixons :D

If I was going for a CCFL LCD over this, I'd go for the UE32C580 also on Dixons for £309 (works out £279 after using code).

But its your money :D


Nice post. Cheers
#31
canada16
For those that have a NATWEST Advantage gold account they can have another 1 year warranty for free

canada 16

Technically it is not free - many people think it is. You pay a monthly subscription fee of £12.95 which gives you many features and benefits as part of a package. I happen to work for this group so I'm sorry if you feel I'm nit-picking but I am quite stringent when people make statements that I feel may be quite inaccurate.

On the Royalties Gold (RBS) {packaged account with monthly fee} you get up to 2 years on top of the manufacturers 1 years warranty i.e: in total up to 3 years from purchase.

Edited By: monsavr on Apr 28, 2011 16:12
#32
Mentos
taedeen
aside from maybe slimmer, does this one have any benifits over LG 32LD490 on amazon for £269, which was posted previously? do both share the reported bluring on fast moving content?


This set is essentially derived from the 32LD490, therefore it will be similar. As for what the LED backlight gives you:

1) Slimmer
2) Lower Power consumption
3) More consistant backlight over its life
4) Lighter (which maybe important if you're wall mounting on a wall with few solid mounting points).

It may possibly also give you the following, although not sure in a cheaper set like this its guaranteed:

1) Wider Colour Gamut
2) Longer Backlight life
3) Runs cooler therefore more reliable, although that could equally be countered by the fact this is 1st gen implementation of LED backlight tech.
4) Possibly better contrast ratio & dynamic modes, as several discrete light sources offer more versatility then 1. However, only the newer Sammy's appear to be realising this potential in any way.
5) Will stop there as everything else is unlikely to show up in a set in this price bracket.

Possible disadvantages:

1) Bleeding of backlight at the edges and possible clouding effect on black screen (although the CCFL counterpart will have its own backlight issues in some respect, unfortunately it tends to be pot luck :()

For the same price, I'd pick the LED backlit version everytime and I think few would disagree with me. Especially when CCFL/LCD appears to be on its way out, IMO these "fatter" LCD's will start to look dated when even Plasma's are getting thinner. The only thing the LD490 has going for it in this comparison is Amazon as the retailer over Dixons :D

If I was going for a CCFL LCD over this, I'd go for the UE32C580 also on Dixons for £309 (works out £279 after using code).

But its your money :D


The part about SAMSUNG UE32C580 costing £309 is incorrect! Its SAMSUNG LE32C580 (Non LED model) that cost £309.
#33
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Edited By: monsavr on Apr 28, 2011 16:12
#34
FerreroRussian
Mentos
taedeen
aside from maybe slimmer, does this one have any benifits over LG 32LD490 on amazon for £269, which was posted previously? do both share the reported bluring on fast moving content?


This set is essentially derived from the 32LD490, therefore it will be similar. As for what the LED backlight gives you:

1) Slimmer
2) Lower Power consumption
3) More consistant backlight over its life
4) Lighter (which maybe important if you're wall mounting on a wall with few solid mounting points).

It may possibly also give you the following, although not sure in a cheaper set like this its guaranteed:

1) Wider Colour Gamut
2) Longer Backlight life
3) Runs cooler therefore more reliable, although that could equally be countered by the fact this is 1st gen implementation of LED backlight tech.
4) Possibly better contrast ratio & dynamic modes, as several discrete light sources offer more versatility then 1. However, only the newer Sammy's appear to be realising this potential in any way.
5) Will stop there as everything else is unlikely to show up in a set in this price bracket.

Possible disadvantages:

1) Bleeding of backlight at the edges and possible clouding effect on black screen (although the CCFL counterpart will have its own backlight issues in some respect, unfortunately it tends to be pot luck :()

For the same price, I'd pick the LED backlit version everytime and I think few would disagree with me. Especially when CCFL/LCD appears to be on its way out, IMO these "fatter" LCD's will start to look dated when even Plasma's are getting thinner. The only thing the LD490 has going for it in this comparison is Amazon as the retailer over Dixons :D

If I was going for a CCFL LCD over this, I'd go for the UE32C580 also on Dixons for £309 (works out £279 after using code).

But its your money :D


The part about SAMSUNG UE32C580 costing £309 is incorrect! Its SAMSUNG LE32C580 (Non LED model) that cost £309.


Ooops. I usually omit the first two letters as I often get them wrong. But yes I meant the LE32C580 not the UE32C5800 (which I've been hoping would drop that low for some time and have finally given up and got this).
#35
Its free for me sorry, I work there as well, they give it to me free.
#36
Can anyone confirm that the MVC30OFF DOES give £30.00 off this deal?? According to the voucher, its £30.00 off a £300.00 spend (so 1p short!)
Are Dixons obliged to honour it if it works a check-out or is there a chance they will bump the price up coz if they will I might as well get this set from the local Currys for the same price!

*edit* ignore me - just read the bit about ordering some paper too! DOH!


Edited By: stevep94 on Apr 28, 2011 16:29: Coz I'm a puddin'
#37
Can anyone confirm if the It can play HD mkv's through USB, or network, like the LD490 can do through USB apperently?

Thanks
#38
gjgbarclay
Can anyone confirm if the It can play HD mkv's through USB, or network, like the LD490 can do through USB apperently?

Thanks

I was wondering the same thing - although the two sets are pretty much the same so I'd be surprised if there are any differences in the capabilities in respect of formats!
#39
Does anyone know the HZ? Is it 50, or 120?
#40
canada16
Does anyone know the HZ? Is it 50, or 120?


50 i believe.

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

Full specs are there and no mention of 100/200hz. Does have 24p which is the one thats important to me, my other TV is 100hz and I turn all that processing off.


Edited By: Mentos on Apr 28, 2011 17:14

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