LG 32LG4000 32 In HD Ready LCD TV with FreeView & integrated DVD £402.00 Delivered & Quidco@2% @ AJ Electronics - HotUKDeals
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Let see what you guys make of this!! Ok its not full HD neither is the intergrated dvd but i think its great for the price for say a bedroom. Great Xmas pressy!
Some other features include 1080p/24 compatibility and the ability of the DVD player to play DiVX discs. Reasonably good review here http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2008/08/25/LG-32LG4000-32in-LCD-TV-DVD-Player/p2

Only just this minute purchased from them via Quidco, so will let u know how i get on!
And No i have never bought from them before!

Now down to £402.00 from £406.00 after only 3 days
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#1
v2drinkers


Nice one Cheers:thumbsup:
Whats your 1st take on this?
#3
My Quidco tracked ok, so far so good:thumbsup:

Date 08 Nov 2008 22:38:
Amount 406.00
Earnings 10.15
Status tracked
Payment Date~ Jan 2009
Merchant AJ Electronics Limited

So makes Final total £395.85
#4
There's no doubt about it that this TV is the dogs goolies when it comes to looks and I can't say that I've seen a nicer looking 32 inch TV on the market even from Samsung or Sony. The built in DVD player is a nice added bonus too although mostly just a gimmick and the alleged 50,000:1 contrast ratio is quite simply mind blowing! The picture quality however seems to let this set down with blacks not coming up to scratch and that's the only reason I'm not buying it....I'm out!

7/10 Image quality on Trusted Reviews website - The main attribute we should be concerned with on any TV is image quality. It's no good having an aesthetic masterpiece sat in the corner of a room or hanging on the wall if every time you turn it on it fails to impress, therefore my advice would be to wait a little longer for anyone interested in buying a HD TV as I am myself, until nearer to Xmas when there are sure to be some mega-deals on and who knows you may even be able to pick up a 1080p full HD TV 32" for between £400-£500 by a reputable manufacturer which isn't to say that LG aren't after all they introduced HD in the first place. I know that it is very hard to tell the difference between 720p/1080i HD Ready & 1080p full HD on a 32" screen but given the choice for the same price I know what I'd have, what about you?

Keep a watchful eye out in the next four weeks and I'm sure you will be able to grab a fantastic bargain when the likes of Amazon, play, empire direct and other retailers jump on the Xmas band wagon trying to maximise sales.

Peace.

(Just a note to the guy or girl who listed this set, thank you very much for your post as I haven't seen this model before and it does look really nice and at that price I can't blame you for picking one up if you couldn't wait, great post).
#5
inajiffi
There's no doubt about it that this TV is the dogs goolies when it comes to looks and I can't say that I've seen a nicer looking 32 inch TV on the market even from Samsung or Sony. The built in DVD player is a nice added bonus too although mostly just a gimmick and the alleged 50,000:1 contrast ratio is quite simply mind blowing! The picture quality however seems to let this set down with blacks not coming up to scratch and that's the only reason I'm not buying it....I'm out!

7/10 Image quality on Trusted Reviews website - The main attribute we should be concerned with on any TV is image quality. It's no good having an aesthetic masterpiece sat in the corner of a room or hanging on the wall if every time you turn it on it fails to impress, therefore my advice would be to wait a little longer for anyone interested in buying a HD TV as I am myself, until nearer to Xmas when there are sure to be some mega-deals on and who knows you may even be able to pick up a 1080p full HD TV 32" for between £400-£500 by a reputable manufacturer which isn't to say that LG aren't after all they introduced HD in the first place. I know that it is very hard to tell the difference between 720p/1080i HD Ready & 1080p full HD on a 32" screen but given the choice for the same price I know what I'd have, what about you?

[COLOR="Red"]Keep a watchful eye out in the next four weeks and I'm sure you will be able to grab a fantastic bargain when the likes of Amazon, play, empire direct and other retailers jump on the Xmas band wagon trying to maximise sales. [/COLOR]

Peace.

(Just a note to the guy or girl who listed this set, thank you very much for your post as I haven't seen this model before and it does look really nice and at that price I can't blame you for picking one up if you couldn't wait, great post).


I too am waiting around Christmas time, with the current climate hpoing to pickup a bargain or two.
#6
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dannyzz
I too am waiting around Christmas time, with the current climate hpoing to pickup a bargain or two.



[SIZE="5"][SIZE="6"][B]Hey Danny I gotta confess I couldn't wait any longer and ended up buying the Samsung LE32A457C1 from Tribaluk.com for £346.90 with the £10 off code on hot deals which is a steal really. My previous point still stands though, there are certain to be a lot of very good deals for those who can wait but Fable 2 was calling out to me from the drawer and I couldn't resist. For people who can't wait check out this TV over at tribal, it has got very good reviews on the net and has been voted a score of 9/10 on the Reevo consumer website which you can find below:

http://www.revieworld.com/en_GB/affiliate/reviews/GEL?sku=5109&version=2&format=image_horizontal140x90

For a larger image of the TV please have a look at the link below:

http://images.reevoo.com/products/331/331289/500x500.jpg

As you can see from the picture above this TV looks very nice and although not 1080p it will most certainly do for what I use it for and as stated in my previous post you can't tell the difference on a set smaller than at least 42".

Main characteristics of the TV are as follows:
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[SIZE="6"][COLOR="Red"]Features:[/COLOR]
Screen Size in Inches: 32
Screen Size in cm: 81
HD ready: Yes
Full HD 1080p: No
Built in Freeview: Yes
Horizontal Resolution: 1366
Type of Screen: LCD
Rear Projection Technology: Not Applicable
Built in DVD Player/Recorder: No
Loudspeakers: Yes
Built in Cable: No
Built in Satellite: No
Electronic Program Guide (EPG): Yes
Screen Format: 16:9
Vertical Resolution: 768
Contrast Ratio: 10000
Brightness: 500
Reflection Angle: 160
Frequency: 50 Hertz
DVI Interface: No
HDMI Interface: Yes
YUV Interface: Yes
USB: No
Number of Scart Interfaces: 2
PC Interface: Yes
Number of HDMI Inputs: 3
Depth in cm: 29.21
Height in cm: 57.91
Width in cm: 87.63


Hope this helps someone out there looking for a good deal on a new HD TV. For gaming you can't go wrong with this at that price. [/SIZE]
:thumbsup:[/SIZE][/SIZE]
#7
Quote from inajiffi "My previous point still stands though, there are certain to be a lot of very good deals for those who can wait "

Your predictions are starting to ring true already, after just receiving my LG i just checked out the link to my op and lo 'n' behold the price has started to drop! Now down to £402.00 from £406.00 after only 2 days:w00t: Not a great deal lower but hey every penny counts during this economic gloom!! By the way so far iam happy with the tv's performance, have yet to try the freeview once i get my aerial connected from downstairs!
Happy gaming inajiffi , looks like a great tv for the price:thumbsup:
#8
adeo
Quote from inajiffi "My previous point still stands though, there are certain to be a lot of very good deals for those who can wait "

Your predictions are starting to ring true already, after just receiving my LG i just checked out the link to my op and lo 'n' behold the price has started to drop! Now down to £402.00 from £406.00 after only 2 days:w00t: Not a great deal lower but hey every penny counts during this economic gloom!! By the way so far iam happy with the tv's performance, have yet to try the freeview once i get my aerial connected from downstairs!
Happy gaming inajiffi , looks like a great tv for the price:thumbsup:




Cheers mate you too, let me know how you get on with the freeview and what the picture quality is like. I will let everyone know what this Samsung is all about when it gets delivered on Friday. Oh and sorry for shouting in my last post, not a clue what happened then.

Peace.

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