LG 32LH3000 32" Full 1080P HD LCD TV 48 Hour Price Crash £299.99 From 5PM Today @ Dixons - HotUKDeals
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For an uncompromising television performance, you'd do well to consider the LG 32LH3000 32" Full HD LCD TV! This feature-laden TV includes a Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, as well as three HDMI ports for easy connection to High Definition devices such as HD camcorders, Blu-ray players, and game consoles.

Using LG's powerful Twin XD Engine, the LG 32LH3000 32" Full HD LCD TV optimises picture quality from any source. This stylish television set also boasts an impressive brightness level of 500 cd/m2, and a formidable 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. You'll enjoy a stunningly realistic picture with beautifully vivid colour and rich tonality.

The LG 32-LH3000 32" Full HD LCD TV also includes an integral Freeview tuner, which provides you with a vast choice of TV channels, including your usual BBC and ITV favourites and many more! You'll also have access to a wide assortment of digital radio stations.

Further features of the LG 32LH-3000 32" Full HD LCD TV include a powerful invisible speaker system (10W+10W), 24p Real Cinema playback (for judder-free movie playback of HD DVDs and Blu-ray Discs), and a choice of Cinema, Sport and Game AV modes. In Expert Mode, advanced users can even fine-tune the display to suit themselves.

The LG 32LH3000 can also be connected to your PC via a VGA connection for luxurious multimedia computing! To experience a whole new level of TV versatility and performance, feast your eyes on the LG 32LH3000 32" Full HD LCD TV!
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#1
Looks good - and don't forget 3% Quidco, so £291.00
#2
Could some one please let me know where u can see the price applicable at 5.00 PM. I mean the discounted price
#3
LG make some good tv's...hot!
#4
It was on an e-mail I received today from Dixons.
I listed a similar post earlier in the week again from an e-mail received.
#5
From the reviews people were giving from the previous deal the T.V is actually quite good hopefully some of them will post a review here.

Heat
#6
spec show -
Connectivity
AV in, 3 x HDMI, Headphone, CI Slot, RF in, 2 x scart, component, RGB In (D-sub 15pin) - PC, PC Audio Input, LAN (For Modem)

How could LAN be used ? Connect to web / youtube ?
#7
tushar


How could LAN be used ? Connect to web / youtube ?


probably to update the firmware
#8
Legend.. wanted to get one today!! Incredible timing :)

Have a 42" LG in the living room that cost 550 last year and the picture is superb.
#9
I think it's cheaper on Curry's, PC World and Pixmania.
#10
Does anyone know of an active promotional codes for Dixons?
#11
TobySaxon
I think it's cheaper on Curry's, PC World and Pixmania.


currys, pc world and dixons are all part of the same group but this promotion is only running on dixons and it's £319 on pixmania. so no it isn't.
#12
I got one a while back, amazing TV!

I don't understand what the LAN means either but it does have a USB port for services which can be hacked at your own risk and voiding warranty (i did and it now takes my external hard drive!)
#13
I got 1 also very good tv other than the volume needs to go along was through the scale to get louder thats about it a very good tv :w00t:
#14
Delivered 6:54am!!! today, apart from getting me out of bed absolutely brilliant, get one, staggeringly good for the price:thumbsup:
#15
You can make the USB port play 720p MKVs and other stuff using the USB 'hack'. :thumbsup:

http://lgusb.wikispaces.com/

I did it using the universal remote trick from a nokia phone with an infra-red port, so I didn't risk bricking it or void my warranty by flashing new firmware! :-D

By the way, it's a great TV :).
#16
simonbikeuk
Could some one please let me know where u can see the price applicable at 5.00 PM. I mean the discounted price


It's actually showing the discounted price now? Follow the posters link. :)
#17
mitchwales
Legend.. wanted to get one today!! Incredible timing :)

Have a 42" LG in the living room that cost 550 last year and the picture is superb.



I bought a 42" Lg last weekend the picture is fantastic, on the back of that my brother wanted one of these. It was delivered this morning great tv!!
#18
i got the 42" a coupleof weeks ago and it is a nice tv. the hack worked and was very easy to do, the usb is very useful ;-)
#19
grhm
I got one a while back, amazing TV!

I don't understand what the LAN means either but it does have a USB port for services which can be hacked at your own risk and voiding warranty (i did and it now takes my external hard drive!)



LAN (local area network). Does it have an ethernet port where you can connect it to a modem or router. Most/all Blu-Ray players have this port. Useful for DLNA capabilities. Would like to know if this TV have this ethernet port before buying it.

Anyone else knows? Product specification says it has but LG's manual for this model does not mention it. Pictures on back or side of TV does not appear to show any ethernet port.
#20
I bought one of these from Asda for £297. It emitted a high pitched hum from the back of it which you could definitely hear over low volume TV. Has anyone else experienced this? I tried a replacement and it did the same.

Otherwise I was impressed-1080p screen was goregous for the money.
#21
must.....resist.....deal..... :w00t:

Read a lot of very good reviews of this tv, hot for me!

Anyone know when this tv might cease to be sold?? Wondering wether to wait for next Jan sales.
#22
I need a 32inch TV that will mainly be used for gaming and watching sports but can't decide whether to go for this or pay a bit extra and get the LG 32LH5000 from Dixons for £379.99. From what I can tell it's a slightly better model with 100hz opposed to 50hz. Any thoughts would be most welcome.

http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/product-02459516-pdt.html?srcid=198&tag=Monitors_LT&xtor=SEC-37-GOO-[Monitors_LT]&mctag=gg_goog_7904&gclid=CNquscLJ1qECFVls4wodIg6cJw
#23
You can get rid of any hum from the tv by turning the backlight up through the menus
#24
Darthchaffinch
must.....resist.....deal..... :w00t:

Read a lot of very good reviews of this tv, hot for me!

Anyone know when this tv might cease to be sold?? Wondering wether to wait for next Jan sales.


This particular deal is 48 hours...:whistling:

However, if you look on Amazon, it already says that it has been replaced by another, so I suspect there is only a finite stock.
#25
This was the TV featured last week from Monday at 8am, no?

Think that was Currys but it's the same TV.
#26
Cool Hand Luke
I need a 32inch TV that will mainly be used for gaming and watching sports but can't decide whether to go for this or pay a bit extra and get the LG 32LH5000 from Dixons for £379.99. From what I can tell it's a slightly better model with 100hz opposed to 50hz. Any thoughts would be most welcome.

http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/product-02459516-pdt.html?srcid=198&tag=Monitors_LT&xtor=SEC-37-GOO-[Monitors_LT]&mctag=gg_goog_7904&gclid=CNquscLJ1qECFVls4wodIg6cJw


I personally would save the £80 and go for the LH3000. At £300 the LH3000 is a clear choice, whereas getting towards the £400 mark of the LH5000 and things become a little more ambiguous re: what make to get, whether to spend that bit more etc. That and I'm not sure there's £80 worth of difference between 50hz and 100hz - I'd say there isn't, and that the £80 saving would be better spent elsewhere.

My 2 cents.
#27
moochin
LAN (local area network). Does it have an ethernet port where you can connect it to a modem or router. Most/all Blu-Ray players have this port. Useful for DLNA capabilities. Would like to know if this TV have this ethernet port before buying it.

Anyone else knows? Product specification says it has but LG's manual for this model does not mention it. Pictures on back or side of TV does not appear to show any ethernet port.


Definitely no LAN/RJ45 port on it, sorry.
#28
grhm
I got one a while back, amazing TV!

I don't understand what the LAN means either but it does have a USB port for services which can be hacked at your own risk and voiding warranty (i did and it now takes my external hard drive!)


um, it doesn't void your warranty at all, as it's an official LG firmware that enables the use of the USB slot for playback...
#29
I have one of these sets and it's pretty good, with the only complaint that it takes an age (almost 5 seconds) to change channels - I timed it from pressing "2" whilst on BBC 1 and waiting how long it took to get a BBC 2 picture (the multi-digit delay is too long as well, which doesn't help). It runs Linux and I did the USB firmware hack to get the port at the back enabled to play videos/music/photos and it does that pretty well.

The slow channel changing issue was "solved" by buying a Bush HD Freeview box and using up one of the HDMI ports at the back. Yes, sadly, the LG only has an SD Freeview tuner in it. At 300 quid, this is a total steal, IMHO.
#30
willh
Definitely no LAN/RJ45 port on it, sorry.



Thanks for the info. Damn, that's false advertising from LG website. At least it's hackable from the USB for external hard drive. Saves getting a media streamer.

Anyone knows of a good 32 inch TV with LAN/RJ45 port?
#31
Bought this last week from Dixons and been using it for a few days now as my main pc monitor. It's well worth the cash imho. :thumbsup:
Just make sure your graphics card is fully hdcp compatible.
#32
i bought this monday when it was listed and it was delivered fri the pic is amazing very very happy
#33
I have the 42" version of this - its fantastic!!!
#34
slimy31
This particular deal is 48 hours...:whistling:

However, if you look on Amazon, it already says that it has been replaced by another, so I suspect there is only a finite stock.


I know I know!! :D I meant when will you not be able to get one anywhere... Thanks for the info.

Re: the firmware hack: you won't void the warranty but you could brick the tv! This WILL NOT be covered by the warranty. If you follow the hack instructions though you'll be fine.
#35
stevesimc
I have the 42" version of this - its fantastic!!!


Do you know what the model number of this is as I can't seem to find it anywhere?
#36
Received this yesterday..not opened it yet as we need a nice glass stand...anybody seen a good deal for a nice but cheap (£50 or less) stand please?
#37
This is a very good tv. I bought it for £260 at asda on Friday. VGA is limited to only 1366x768 though. Only by using hdmi can u get the full 1920x1080.
#38
play.com £35 for glass stand.
#39
can anyone comment on sound quality please?

My current tv sounds like it has a laptop speaker in it but is pretty good otherwise.
1 Like #40
markeh
can anyone comment on sound quality please?

My current tv sounds like it has a laptop speaker in it but is pretty good otherwise.


In a medium sized room it sounds pretty good. The speakers surprised me actually, as I was going to plug into a surround sound speaker set but I didn't bother in the end. In game mode with SRS TruSurround XT on, playing the xbox 360 it sounds even better.

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