LG 32LH2000 32in 720p HD Ready Digital LCD TV - £299.97 @ Argos + 1.5% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Amazingly for Argos its available for Home Delivery, if you cannot find one in a local store
Also 1.5% through Quidco, if using Home Delivery or £1 for R&C

Manufacturer's Description

32LH2000
The LH2000 series introduces the greener side of innovation. The LH2000 series is not only HD Ready but is also certified by the Energy Saving Trust for saving you money off your electricity bills.

Freeview/Digital
With LG, youll be ready for the digital switchover. By 2012, all areas of the UK will receive TV in digital as opposed to analogue. Freeview is a subscription free service which brings up to 48 digital TV channels including ITV2, E4, BBC3 and Film4, plus 24 digital radio stations, no contract and no satellite dish.

To check if you can receive Freeview in your area, text your postcode followed by your house number or name to 83331* or visit http://www.freeview.co.uk.

x2 HDMI
Connect your games console, blu-ray player or home cinema system through the 2 HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) ports for a true High Definition multimedia experience.

AV Mode
LG TVs have three special modes (Cinema, Sport and Game modes) for enhanced picture and audio quality. These are easily accessible using the AV MODE hot key on the remote control. Cinema Mode - Watch movies with vivid colour, smoother motion and cinematic sound effect. Sport Mode Takes you closer to the action by emphasising the main colours and reducing motion blur. Game Mode Optimises the TV for computer and / or games console for a more dynamic gaming experience.

HD Ready
High-definition television, or HDTV, is a new standard of TV with better-quality picture and sound than normal TV, the sort of standard you would see at a cinema. HDTV brings you closer to the action, offering more colours and a higher resolution picture (twice as many horizontal lines). This can make HDTV images clearer, sharper, more detailed and very lifelike.

Invisible Speaker
The front bezel works as a speaker, replacing the normal speaker grill. With the Invisible Speaker System, the speakers are embedded in strategic spots underneath and around the front bezel. They enhance the audio by increasing the sweet spot to give a wider and richer sound field. This speaker system provides a clean and fashionable design compared with traditional side or bottom speaker designs.
Energy Saving Recommended
LG TVs help you save money and the environment. An Energy Saving Recommended Integrated Digital Television (IDTV) can save around £7 a year and 20 kilograms of CO2 each year compared to a similar TV and set top box; they are amongst the most efficient in their class. There are over 16 million terrestrial digital TV receivers in the UK, and if these were upgraded to IDTVs it would save around £112 million in energy bills.

With energy-saving features such as Video Mute, mechanical power-off switch and Intelligent Sensor, LG has one of the largest ranges of TVs registered to the Energy Saving Trusts Energy Saving Recommended scheme. To gain entry to the Energy Saving Recommended scheme products have to meet strict criteria to ensure that they are amongst the most efficient in the market place. Check http://www.est.org.uk for more information.


Box Contains
# 32LH2000 LCD TV
# Power Cable
# User Manual
# Remote Control
# Batteries (For Remote Control)

Product Features

* HD Ready (1366 x 768) Resolution
* Dynamic Contrast Ratio of 30,000:1 and Brightness of 500cd/m2
* Clear Voice technology and Invisible Speakers tuned by Mr. Mark Levinson for amazing sound quality
* Ample connectivity including 2 x HDMI, 2 x Scart, PC Input, Composite and Headphone
* Energy Saving Recommended by the Energy Saving Trust

Technical Details

LG 32LH2000 32" LCD TV
Built-in Digital Freeview
HD Ready (1366 x 768) Resolution
Dynamic Contrast Ratio of 30,000:1
Dual XD Engine Image Processor
Brightness 500cd/m2
24p Real Cinema
AV Mode (Cinema, Game, Sport)
Expert (ISF) Mode
Invisible Speakers tuned by audio expert Mr. Mark Levinson
Clear Voice technology
1 Way 2 Speakers (10W + 10W)
SRS TruSurround XT
Simplink
Swivel Stand
Energy Saving Recommended by Energy Saving Trust
2 x HDMI
2 x Scart (1 x Full)
Component
PC Input
Composite
Headphone
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#2
easy to set up usb to play divx, well only if you get a pre-November (fw 3.40 and earlier) model
#3
Purchased the television for a relative, an excellent product highly recommended. Superb picture, easy to setup and excellent colour reproduction from the box.

Concerning the price, John Lewis were selling the LG LH2000 for £349 before Chirstmas, but was able to price match the television to reduce it to £335. The main advantage with John Lewis is their no quibble 5 year guarantee on all their television sets. So although John Lewis doesn't have this set listed on their website anymore, if you can find a local store that has the panel in stock and if there is a physical store such as Argos (£299), Richer Sounds (£314) or Currys within 8 miles ask the local JH to match the price. i.e. Argos and John Lewis £299 in Reading. Both must have stock, and include delivery so you need to phone the companies.
#4
This should help

Found on AV Forums after a quick google :-D



For models after June with new firmware
with the new firmware does not to enter the service menu
to be able to enter the service menu is required downgrade / return of the old software /
DOWNGRADE software LG LH2000, 3000,4000 series of 3.24 to 3.15:

1.Save this: http://www.2shared.com/file/6026424/...097_flash.html

(bottom of the page towards the right hand side you1ll see
` Save file to your PC: click here ` (click on the click here and you will receive the file)

2.Transfer the "LG_DTV" folder and containing file to your USB flash device
3.Turn on your TV and insert your USB flash drive in the USB socket on your TV and press the MENU button on the remote then place the cursor on the icon OPTIONS /without comingin sub-menu/ and press seven times the button FAV (at lower right)
Menu
4.Will out version of flash software (in this case 3.15)
5.Press the OK button on the TV, started as an installation reaches 100% and ready to restart -now you have access to service menu
6.After log in service menu (by pressing the OK button to remote control and TV together) go only to ToolOption 3
JPEG/MP3 and set a value of 1 DIVX HD value


Please remember
Do this only at your own risk :thumbsup:
#5
I noticed that this TV is not 1080p can some one tell me what difference this makes if any? I've been advised previously to make sure when buying a TV that it has 1080p.

Any advice much appreciated thanx.
#6
Grabbed myself one of these today and must admit im very impressed :D - went to my local Comet who had them at a cost of £369 to check out the look etc and found that the unit had a great picture, great sound and plenty of input etc (I had been looking out for a panasonic or possibly toshiba or sony but the reviews coupled with my impression in the "flesh" convinced me to get one of these) - I have a ps3 on hdmi running through it and xbox 360 on component and both look fab (don't know how the freeview is on it as I only using for gaming and movie playback) also attempted the movie playback "hack" and I can confirm that the one I purchased had the older firmware so it was easy enough to "switch on" playback - played a film off the usb fine :D and to cap it all off I used the mrs' argos discount to get the tv for what I would say is a bargain £270 (I realise this wouldn't apply to most).
I had contemplated the tesco deal for the 1080p (and yes they had plenty in stock when I was looking to order so its not sour grapes on my part ;-p) but I am glad I held out for what I consider a better deal, while more expensive and only 720p (not that this is particularly noticable on this sized tv as so many have pointed out) I find the picture and sound better than most technika's I have seen and with the added bonus of reading films off usb pens this gets a thumbs up from me, not to mention the stylish look - shall look nice on my wall when I get around to mounting it :D

Ps Sorry for my essay but hope this may help someone ;-p
#7
Better details on how to enable the USB media player
http://lgusb.wikispaces.com/

Downgraded the firmware on my partners set from 3.24 to 3.15 and did the hack without any problems.
It plays even more formats than listed ( including .mov files). The High definition MKV playback is excellent.
It does a great picture slideshow too ( and can play MP3 background music)

This saves you paying £70+ for a HD media player - making this TV an even better bargain

Regarding it not being 1080P ( that is having a panel resolution of 1920x1080). It is not a major issue on a 32" set as it would be difficult to spot the extra detail on a set this size. There is only really blueray or games in 1080p anyway - not HDTV ( and films have very little extra detail above 720p versions)

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