LG 32LH5000 32" 1080p Full hd 100hz lcd £426 after 5% tvtop20 code + free delivery @ DIXONS - HotUKDeals
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80,000:1 contrast ratio
100hz
Built-in digital TV tuner
4x HDMI, 2x SCART, 1x Component, 1x PC
Twin XD Engine

£449 subtract 5% = £426 + free delivery (no quidco or topcashback due to using code but try it anyway they may honour it)

**pixmania are cheaper at £419 / £413 but charge a whopping £29 delivery charge**

Very good allrounder tv at good price for the average tv user who wants a decent 32 tv for under £450
i only recommend LG tvs if there mid range or more like this one, i own an 42lg7000 which is 1 year old and similar features to this one apart from mine has the useless bluetooth add on but good if you had wireless headphones.

i have never had any complaints or faults ,the black levels are good even my friends who own panny g10's / g15's /pioneer kuro's and sony z series tvs (the rich b*sta*d*) are very impressed with LG performance quality and looks
"overall the wise choice for the price"

but if you had the money go for the LED's all day long or wait for the new 3d tv coming soon its up to you
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#2
Picked one up at Currys for £329 less than a month ago...
#3
BadBoyStoner
Picked one up at Currys for £329 less than a month ago...


amazing price for one of these..... was it discounted with code to get that price? plus was it posted on hotukdeals?
#4
BadBoyStoner
Picked one up at Currys for £329 less than a month ago...


i think you may have the 32lh3000 model for £329 because thats what i can only find via past google searchs and forums
#5
picture not as good as panasonic you get what you pay for!!!
#6
LOUGHBORO GUY
picture not as good as panasonic you get what you pay for!!!


have you visually seen these two side by side or did you just say panasonic has better picture quality because you've been preconditioned to say so? for the price this is good, i've shopped around for a while now and the lowest i can get a panny with similar spec is a graded one from the currys clearance outlet for £475 and £550 new and it doesn't even have a usb slot for mad downloaders like myself. i agree panasonic is superior, we have a G15 one at our mums house but we are talking about for the price this is gud, over hundred pound cheaper than the panny of similar spec,

the quality of picture is one this one (whitnessed by myself) is better than those of toshiba and hitachi which are of SIMILAR PRICE as this one.
#7
£426.00 for a 1080p 32"? Are you serious?
#8
pc_tech86
£426.00 for a 1080p 32"? Are you serious?


very serious indeed :thinking:
Before you comment try find another decent tv for me which is "brand new 32" lcd only with 1080p + 100hz + 80,000-1 or more contrast ratio + 4 hdmi or more + pc input + 2 scarts or more + component for £426 or less delivered"

good luck your going to need it!
#9
yasmo10
have you visually seen these two side by side or did you just say panasonic has better picture quality because you've been preconditioned to say so? for the price this is good, i've shopped around for a while now and the lowest i can get a panny with similar spec is a graded one from the currys clearance outlet for £475 and £550 new and it doesn't even have a usb slot for mad downloaders like myself. i agree panasonic is superior, we have a G15 one at our mums house but we are talking about for the price this is gud, over hundred pound cheaper than the panny of similar spec,

the quality of picture is one this one (whitnessed by myself) is better than those of toshiba and hitachi which are of SIMILAR PRICE as this one.


:thumbsup:
#11


this 50hz set isn't really comparable to the 100hz...your choice but the image will suffer when fast movements are on the screen. plus i'd frefer the LG over toshiba,
#12


50,000 - 1 + no 100hz + only entry level tv ! so like yasmo sed not comparable towards the infamous ,underated underdog the :thumbsup:32lh5000
#13
All im saying is that you must be stupid to pay £426 for 32" 1080p TV (Not LED) regardless what anyone says. Even for an 37" that's still expensive.
#14
pc_tech86
All im saying is that you must be stupid to pay £426 for 32" 1080p TV (Not LED) regardless what anyone says. Even for an 37" that's still expensive.


your somewhat right but what size do people tend to have in their bedrooms, small lounge, apartment or student dig? it's the 32" therefore the price of this size set is unfortunately high as its most popular...one day somebody will eventually say you must be stupid to buy a LED for £426, but its not stupid when your getting the ultimate features on a popular size set at a great price...thats if you take the image seriously otherwise the tv you pointed out will suit the lower end consumer

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