LG 32LH4010 32" LCD TV 1080p - £269.95 @ RicherSounds - HotUKDeals
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Have been looking for a reasonably priced 32" TV for the bedroom when we move house and came across this at Richer Sounds!

Unlike a lot of deals at RS this seems to be widely available!

Seems to tick a lot of boxes, 1080P, USB, energy saving etc

Also the extension to a 5 year warranty is only £26.99 extra - Total £296.94
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#1
Good deal, noticed it as a 5ms responce time.
I'd recommend getting the 5 year guarantee for the extra £27, still only £296.94

Stock seems limited though, phone your local store to reserve. Each store that has stock, has their number beside it.
#2
imdave;8888606
Good deal, noticed it as a 5ms responce time.
I'd recommend getting the 5 year guarantee for the extra £27, still only £296.94

Stock seems limited though, phone your local store to reserve. Each store that has stock, has their number beside it.


I was surprised to see over 30 stores had it though! Every time I check out an RS there arent many stores!
Although for some reason Southampton usually does have stock!
#3
I bought this TV from Richer about a year ago and still find it an excellent tv well worth the 400 odd quid i spent on it
#4
I'd deffo get the 5yr Guarantee, a few LG products I know of have gone faulty within the first year, however, they usually are decent products, just some common faults is all.
#5
That's a crazy price for a full HD 32"

I think I'll wait a wee while longer before buying, have a feeling there might be another drastic drop in price for them.
banned#6
I wasn't aware I needed a new TV, but one of those two in Brighton has to be for me!
#7
doboworth
That's a crazy price for a full HD 32"

I think I'll wait a wee while longer before buying, have a feeling there might be another drastic drop in price for them.

Full HD isn't necessary on 32" TV
#8
managed to get a 32" for £200 from amazon warehouse but i would definitely have got this otherwise, i still don't think you need 1080p on a 32" but this is the same cost as an hd ready so makes no difference! hot.
#9
I have FullHD on my 24" PC monitor with my PS3 hooked upto it for Blu-Rays, and the difference between that and my old 32" HD Ready is PHENOMENAL! Yes I know it's a smaller screen but there is a HUGE difference! I could never have HD Ready again :-P Just wish I hadn't bought my monitor now :-(
Great price! Heat and rep added!
#10
h8196288
I have FullHD on my 24" PC monitor with my PS3 hooked upto it for Blu-Rays, and the difference between that and my old 32" HD Ready is PHENOMENAL! Yes I know it's a smaller screen but there is a HUGE difference! I could never have HD Ready again :-P Just wish I hadn't bought my monitor now :-(
Great price! Heat and rep added!


Of course there's a difference :roll: the point here is that if you sit a reasonable distance from a 32" HD ready tv and a 1080p tv the difference in resolution is indistinguishable.
banned#11
I have to wonder how big some of these bedrooms are that require a 32" tv.
#12
What would this be like as a pc monitor ?
#13
Villa
I have to wonder how big some of these bedrooms are that require a 32" tv.


lol, I use to have a 32" in my room but downgraded to a 24", much nicer size :-)
#14
alera
What would this be like as a pc monitor ?


Personally i think that 32" screens are quite small
#15
alera
What would this be like as a pc monitor ?


Pretty good! For gaming atleast! Only problem is if it's on your desk, it's VERY big to sit infront of!

Unless you have a nice big desk :-D
#16
hot hot hot hot hot
#17
I know but for a pc monitor it would be a decent size, Im thinking it would be nice for pc gamming...

So will it be any good is the reponse time ok for gamming ? I have a 24" at the moment and yes the desk is big its a double sized partner job.
#18
alera
I know but for a pc monitor it would be a nice size, Im thinking it would be nice for pc gamming...

So will it be any good is the reponce time ok for gamming ? I have a 24" at the moment and yes the desk is big its a double sized partner job.


Response is fine. Doesn't make a HUGE difference tbh. Most monitors these days are 2ms? Correct me if I'm wrong! Would make a nice gaming screen :-D Just make sure you have the 5.1 to accompany it :thumbsup:
#19
Mmmm I am very tempted by this for a pc monitor. The question is how much are 1080p screen actually going to fall by ? they are getting pretty cheap now, obviously clearing over stock from the world cup and getting ready for sets with freeview hd. Would be good for bedrooms as well but unfortunately where i have mine I cant go higher than 27" :(

My Dell 27 " lcd 720p does fine though for the bedroom I am viewing from around 9ft away so it wouldnt really make much difference anyway at that distance to have the exta resolution.
#20
Villa;8889448
I have to wonder how big some of these bedrooms are that require a 32" tv.



I was going to make a joke about bigger being better in the bedroom but that would be just too crass!

:whistling:
#21
Castor
I bought this TV from Richer about a year ago and still find it an excellent tv well worth the 400 odd quid i spent on it


same here

works great as a pc monitor also
#22
MajorD
I'd deffo get the 5yr Guarantee, a few LG products I know of have gone faulty within the first year, however, they usually are decent products, just some common faults is all.


100% agree

My LGLH3000 had a fault within it's first month (sound) One of my friends LG 42 can't remember the model also had a fuzzy screen every now and then... Would defo recommend the 5 year guarantee but I then went for the Sony Bravia KDL-32EX301 32 - You can never go wrong with Sony :D
#23
I got the 32LH3000 a few weeks ago and it is fantastic so far!

The USB hack is genius - http://lgusb.wikispaces.com/

This is a great price, I paid £297 for mine, so snap it up... although the price trend is certainly downwards!
#24
robot1000
Full HD isn't necessary on 32" TV


that's only true if you only plan to play HD video on it.

I would use this as a bedroom PC monitor/TV
#25
Villa
I have to wonder how big some of these bedrooms are that require a 32" tv.


It's not the size that matters in the bedroom, it's what you do with it - apparently! :whistling:
#26
1080p is much better then 720p if you're going to plug a PC onto it. I've got a PC plugged into a 37" LCD TV. I've setup av system for alot of people & they dont look as nice on 720p TVs, be it LCD or PLASMA.

if you're going to use PC on LCD tv's be sure to increase the DPI to 125 & change icons to large:thumbsup:
#27
heat added for awesome price :thumbsup:
#28
I've got this TV, paid £400 for it 9 months ago, been very happy with it. The USB service port is hackable too, to allow you to watch mkv and DivX files from a USB HDD or USB stick.
#29
robot1000
Full HD isn't necessary on 32" TV


Screen size alone doesn't determine if you can resolve all the detail 1080p has to offer. Comments like this are just as bad as those which rule out perfectly good TV's just because they aren't "Full HD" :(
#30
A replacement bedroom TV was a very low priority until I saw this. I hate this site :)

If one plans to use a TV as a computer monitor then 1080p is far better simply because it displays more vertical lines which means less scrolling up and down, and obviously because the viewing distance is just a few inches you'll notice a difference.

However, If it's just for TV at normal viewing distance then it doesn't matter..... but with the case of this TV the 720/1080p discussion is irrelevant because this is a very decent TV at a very good price.

The USB hack is what swings it for me!

Rizza
#31
Villa
I have to wonder how big some of these bedrooms are that require a 32" tv.


My 42" kuro is in my bedroom :D
#32
theyeos;
I got the 32LH3000 a few weeks ago and it is fantastic so far!

The USB hack is genius - http://lgusb.wikispaces.com/

This is a great price, I paid £297 for mine, so snap it up... although the price trend is certainly downwards!


morocco1
I've got this TV, paid £400 for it 9 months ago, been very happy with it. The USB service port is hackable too, to allow you to watch mkv and DivX files from a USB HDD or USB stick.


nice, never knew you could hack USB ports on TV. Can you hack most other TV USB ports?
#33
CMan1434
You can never go wrong with Sony :D

Oh yes you can, a few recent Sony screens have been littered with design flaws and common faults.

1Jim0
nice, never knew you could hack USB ports on TV. Can you hack most other TV USB ports?

It depends. The reason you can enable certain features in these LG screens is because the functions are already there, but simply only enabled on the higher end models (LH5000+, etc). So you are not really hacking anything, simply turning it on.
If someone has a TV that can not play DivX/MKV over USB, and the tech isn't already in there somewhere, there will be no way of making it work.

Best thing to do is google whatever model you are looking at, and see what others say.
#34
Thanks mate
#35
1Jim0
nice, never knew you could hack USB ports on TV. Can you hack most other TV USB ports?


most tv that come with usb port have this functionality i think. My sanyo 37" can do this it has got a media brower plays vids pics and music through the on board usb but i guess some manufactures lock this feature out dont know why?
#36
sonicfury
managed to get a 32" for £200 from amazon warehouse but i would definitely have got this otherwise, i still don't think you need 1080p on a 32" but this is the same cost as an hd ready so makes no difference! hot.


How do you order from Amazon warehouse? Is it under amazon.co.uk?
#37
Gez777
It's not the size that matters in the bedroom, it's what you do with it - apparently! :whistling:


Well, I normally watch it of course :whistling:
#38
1Jim0
nice, never knew you could hack USB ports on TV. Can you hack most other TV USB ports?


It's more to do with the firmware on the TV than the USB interface - the only differences between this particular model and the next model up in the series, the LH5000, are that the LH5000 has 200Hz motionflow and allows DivX playback via USB. The USB is marked "service use" on the LH4000 / 4010, and is locked out via the firmware or the service menu. You can access the service menu by holding OK on the remote and on the TV, the guide that was posted before will tell you exactly how. Later versions of the TV firmware disallowed this feature so downgrading of the firmware is required, again the guide will help.

Google is your friend here, if you type in your TV manufacturer and model numer + USB hack, you'll find something eventually.
#39
ssjinzo
most tv that come with usb port have this functionality i think. My sanyo 37" can do this it has got a media brower plays vids pics and music through the on board usb but i guess some manufactures lock this feature out dont know why?


To charge more for it as an extra feature on the premium models - this model being a prime example.
#40
1Jim0
nice, never knew you could hack USB ports on TV. Can you hack most other TV USB ports?


You should be aware that it is possible to mess up the USB hack and turn your tv into a paperweight (it's not covered by any warranty).

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