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LG 32LG5700 1080p 32" LCD TV - £369.99 @ CDiscount

£369.99 @ CDiscount entertainment
Been looking for a replacement for the Nordmende 32" LCD TV that I've had 2 off that was faulty and found this 1080p TV. Have looked at Play.com and it's £479.99 with a couple of good reviews and this…
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Been looking for a replacement for the Nordmende 32" LCD TV that I've had 2 off that was faulty and found this 1080p TV. Have looked at Play.com and it's £479.99 with a couple of good reviews and this TV seems to be around for £400+ elsewhere.

So taking this into account and the ability to pay in 3 installments makes this a good buy. You can also use the £2 off voucher and 3.5% Quidco so around £357 for what seems to be a good 1080p TV.

I know some people say that 1080p on a 32" isn't noticable but having seen one side by side with a 720p LCD TV and it definitely resolves more detail out of bluray HD pictures in my opinion.

Was between this and the Samsung 32A457 and I thought might as well pay a bit more and get a 1080p set. :)
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[mod]#1
Thanks for the post :)
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banned#2
I personally think this is a hot deal. Its a great TV for the money, looks great and pic is decent for an LCD
#3
I have a LG TV - Image is Fantasic internal speakers on mine are not so hot, IF you do consider to buy try and listen to the set instore (any store) first just so you can compare to other marques etc.. nice price though
#4
Great price.

If its anything like the 32LG5010 that i have then buy it.

Heat added.
#5
millarcat
Thanks for the post :)
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Thanks! I'll make a note for any future deals I post up. :)
#6
I'm still regretting missing out on the offer of around £300-£350 for the LG 32LG7000 series from PCWorld/Currys/Dixons around Xmas, that one really is top of the range. But this 5700 seems to be the next best thing, similar in spec, both 1080p, this has 3X HDMIs (with 1.3 DeepColour) which is good, 7000 had 4X, both has the same 50000:1 contrast & Intelligent Sensor, but 7000 has Dual XD Engine, Bluetooth & USB, & 10W speaker instead of 7W.

but still, overall in the current climate/market, the £370 for the 5700's spec is a good price, given the rising import costs because of the weak £, was hoping LCDs would drop more in price this year, damn the financial crisis.

EDIT: just did a bit more searching on the LG website, it seems a new model is coming the 32LH7000, "32" HD Ready 1080p LCD TV with Trumotion 100Hz, Built in bluetooth and 4 x HDMI and USB", all the functions of the 32LG7000, but 2 important additions: 100Hz Trumotion + 24p Real Cinema, both functions helps a lot in reducing motion blur/judder, and also watching HD movies like BluRay films in 24fps.
#7
I've just bought the 37 inch 37LG5000 from Makro. Exellent TV, it's also 1080p, with great picture and sound.

Tesco's £568
Macro's £459

Same TV as 5010/5020/5030 just 'special' additions for Currys and Comet so you can not price match!
#8
i ordered a tv from cdiscount 7 days a go, no email from them telling me whats going on,
promised delivery within 5 working days,

if you order from these, dont expect your tv anytime soon ....

appalling customer service ...

if you dont mind waiting for your order anything up to a month .. then go ahead
#9
2bcool2
i ordered a tv from cdiscount 7 days a go, no email from them telling me whats going on,
promised delivery within 5 working days,

if you order from these, dont expect your tv anytime soon ....

appalling customer service ...

if you dont mind waiting for your order anything up to a month .. then go ahead



We apologise if we have in some way unintentionally caused this negative shopping experience you seem to be having with us. We are very keen to speak with you and we are very confident a full explanation, update of information and resolution can be provided very quickly.

Please contact our Customer Support team on 08444 990099

cdiscount.co.uk
#10
2bcool2
i ordered a tv from cdiscount 7 days a go, no email from them telling me whats going on,
promised delivery within 5 working days,

if you order from these, dont expect your tv anytime soon ....

appalling customer service ...

if you dont mind waiting for your order anything up to a month .. then go ahead


I've ordered 2 of the Nordmende TVs from them, one took about 7 days on standard delivery and the other next day after having ordered before 4pm the previous day. Unfortunately both had faults so had to go back.

I found that their customer service is top notch so far, phone answered promptly and politely and arranged for both faulty units to be collected the following day after phoning them. I wouldn't have ordered from them again otherwise.

I suppose the only thing annoying about their system is that it could take up to 30 days to receive a refund but I think the way you can pay up to 3 installments make up for that.

Hope this helps.
#11
How does the 3 installments work? Do you get the TV after you have made the 3 installments or do you get it after the first installament?
#12
jamba
How does the 3 installments work? Do you get the TV after you have made the 3 installments or do you get it after the first installament?


Hiya! You get it after the 1st installment which is taken when you order. They then take the other 2 in the next 2 months.

Hope this helps. :)
#13
This is an excellent TV and at a good price, heat added!
#14
I recently purchased a Samsung 22" LCD telly from these guys (first time I used them) and service was excellent - telly delivered after 2-3 days. I will defeintely use again and I really like the ability to spread the cost over 3 installments (interest free).

Gary.
#16
interest free installment payments that's great, makes this even better deal, but annoyed that I found out a new model is out soon, may just hold back & wait, obviously the new model will be more expensive, but may be they'll drop the price of this model even more.




I would rather pay a bit more for a LG than an ALDI.
#17
I just might be getting on of these, been googling for reviews and so far sound v.positive.

As Hotukdeals gets loads of tv posts, its really difficult to find one that worth getting for the price, don't want to go over the £400 mark and paying in 3 steps is fab.

Ages ago on another tv offer, someone posted a link to a site that gives you the best settings for load of tvs on the market to get the best from you tv, i cant be arsed to go through all the tv links on this site so does anyone know it?
#18
Does the LG have a 3 year warranty? The ALDI Tevion does!
#19
Are there any other sites/stores that do interest free part payments like this? It's a really good idea.
#20
Tallywadger
Does the LG have a 3 year warranty? The ALDI Tevion does!


Does the LG NEED a 3 year warranty? The ALDI Tevion does! :thumbsup:
#21
There speaks a man who hasn't tried LG! ;-) £70 more for a 1 year guarantee? or £70 less for a guaranteed 3 years peace of mind....em let me see......
#22
i bought 27'' tevion lcds from aldi about 6 years ago i useit as pc monitor its lg panel usually aldi state this on there website but i couldnt see it listed
#23
don't forget that its not free to call the aldi/tevion customer service number. i think its a an 0844 number?

its quite a money maker for them, because their terms and conditions are full of avenues of escape from accountability.

avoid the Tevion set.
#24
Im waiting for a 1080p and 100htz. I know its all technical and its probably not important but ill kick myself if I dont get it.
#25


very good with a 3 year warranty. The High St store is great for items like this as nobody seems to buy them their!
#26
yeah seems good price its for kids room and will be used for wii mostly i was lucky to get 46ii panasonic from jl few months back for £799
#27
Lets see what cdiscount_uk has to say for the above!
For me ..I have never used this company but certainly wont be using them,...

We apologise.....etc etc Generic posting certainly does not cut it for me. Only shows temporary enthusiam from the company to avert bad posts.. but it seems that people have felt strongly about company's workflow problem...which has led to dissatisfied customers....
#28
Hi, re: the bad review of Cdiscount I can only add my 2 penneth.....my experience with them over 3 or 4 orders has been excellent.......items received fairly promptly and in good order and the ability to pay interest free over 3 payments is a deal clincher for me.

I have to say if I had the problems earlier described I might feel differently however my experience has been nothing but good.......and dont all companies have the occasional problem......for my money give them a chance, they seem excellent to me.
#29
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#30
This 32-inch HD-ready 1080p LCD isn’t a million miles away from Best Buy territory. Picture and sound quality are both pretty good, though high definition lacks some punch. For some extra eco-points, LG pack in some effective and efficient power-saving technology.

The standard-definition picture looks reasonably natural and boasts a good balance between gritty noise and detail. Freeview is a bit soft and smeary, but this can disguise some of the imperfections of the lower-quality digital signal. High-definition images are OK but lack sparkle – next to the best, the LG’s HD picture appears a bit flat and dim.

Minor gripes aside – our panel felt the bass lacks some impact and higher frequencies can sound a little over excited – audio performance isn’t bad. The built-in speakers of the 5700 boast a good tonal balance and fine clarity. If you do feed audio signals from the digital optical output to a surround-sound system, be aware that the volume level is especially low.

Power consumption comes in at less than 100 watts, and this can be slashed in half with the ambient light sensor switched on and room’s lights switched off. The sensor dims the backlight according to the ambient light of the room.

As usual, LG delivers a fairly easy-to-use TV set that’s let down by just one or two niggles. It’s easy to set up, and the large on-screen menus are well designed and easy to read. On the downside, the remote feels a bit long and unbalanced, and there are two massive instruction manuals (one of which is on CD-Rom).

Sockets include three HDMIs, a couple of Scarts and a high-quality component input, which is useful for connecting to a games console. A computer can be connected via digital HDMI or analogue VGA, and it also supports audio description (additional narrative for visually impaired people).

Pros: Effective light sensor, good sound, standard definition pictures are reasonable, nice menu system

Cons: Freeview is a bit soft, high definition lacks sparkle, no stereo phono output
#31
Tv's now gone back upto £399.99 and showing out of stock. I purchased mine on sunday and has been shipped according to my account status. Hopefully it should arrive in the next few days.

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