LG 32LG5700 32" Full HD (1080p) LCD TV less than £399.99 @ PC World + Currys+ Dixons - HotUKDeals
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LG 32LG5700 32" Full HD (1080p) LCD TV less than £399.99 @ PC World + Currys+ Dixons

£399.99 @ PC World
good spec at good price. PC World: I think the 5% off voucher is YAWAPR09 and 4% quidco i think 1080p might be no good @ 32" but at this price it is very much worth it for ps3, 360, bluray etc. spe… Read More
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
good spec at good price.
PC World: I think the 5% off voucher is YAWAPR09 and 4% quidco i think
1080p might be no good @ 32" but at this price it is very much worth it for ps3, 360, bluray etc.
spec is:
50,000:1 contrast ratio
Dual XD engine
3x HDMI
2x Scart
1x component
1x PC
Freeview
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#1
This is an excellent price for a 1080p set. Heat added !
32 inch is certainly not the best for a 1080p display but to be frank, how much of full HD transmission is being relayed and how much of that are we actually watching?
This set actually displays SD very well and that is extremely important.
#2
BEAWARE - i have got a 32" LG TV (model prior to this one) and it has been back to LG x3 times due to a fault with sound. I may be unlucky but the repairer stated they do all repairs for LG (inc all the Dixon group TVs) and LG is the current no.1 for bugs/faults. The picture is SUPERB but audio can sound like its in a bucket at LOW volume.

Take a look and listen at LOW volume to see if this has the same "bug" - its is apparently common....
#3
Of course 1080p is good at 32"

All that rubbish about not being able to see the difference is just little white lies made up by manufacturers for people who could only afford 720p sets to tell themselves.

Just watch them backtrack when all TVs on the market are 1080p and they want people to upgrade...
#4
Rubisco
Of course 1080p is good at 32"

All that rubbish about not being able to see the difference is just little white lies made up by manufacturers for people who could only afford 720p sets to tell themselves.

Just watch them backtrack when all TVs on the market are 1080p and they want people to upgrade...


And your just spouting white lies designed to justify to yourself why you paid extra for a small 1080p set when unless you name is Clark Kent you can't see the difference.

A good 720p TV will look every bit as good as a 1080p at 32" from a normal viewing distance (anything more than 1ft away) and in the process won't make SD broadcasts look pitiful either as all 1080p sets do.

Good price for a 1080p TV if your going to use it for mostly gaming/PC use but if you plan to watch Normal SD broadcast material or SkyHD at it's broadcast 720p/1080i res then at this size just gor for a HD ready 720p set.
#5
this looks like a very nice tv... high spec
#6
Uridium
And your just spouting white lies designed to justify to yourself why you paid extra for a small 1080p set when unless you name is Clark Kent you can't see the difference.

A good 720p TV will look every bit as good as a 1080p at 32" from a normal viewing distance (anything more than 1ft away) and in the process won't make SD broadcasts look pitiful either as all 1080p sets do.

Good price for a 1080p TV if your going to use it for mostly gaming/PC use but if you plan to watch Normal SD broadcast material or SkyHD at it's broadcast 720p/1080i res then at this size just gor for a HD ready 720p set.

That argument doesn't work as I don't have a 1080p 32" :roll:

You're supposed to buy a TV for the size of your room. A TV should occupy the same space in your visual field whatever size it is. Therefore if you can't tell the difference between 720p and 1080p on a 32" then you shouldn't be able to tell the difference on a 50" if you're watching properly. Yet... nobody suggests you can't. They only suggest that applies to the 32" where the smaller pixels are more costly to manufacture...

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