LG 32LH7000 LCD TV (32", 1080p, 100hz, Bluetooth, USB 2.0) - rgbdirect.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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LG 32" LH7000 - £414 @ rgbdirect.co.uk

Key Features:
- HD Ready 1080p (1920 x 1080) Resolution
- Dynamic Contrast Ratio of 80,000:1 and Brightness of 500cd/m2
- Intelligent Sensor to optimise your picture and reduce power consumption within any environment
- TruMotion 100Hz for reduced motion blur during fast action scenes
- Ample connectivity including 4 x HDMI, USB 2.0 (JPEG/MP3/DivX HD Playback), Bluetooth, 2 x Scart, PC Input, Composite and Headphone

For full specs: http://www.lge.com/uk/tv-audio-video/televisions/LG-lcd-tv-32LH7000.jsp

Pretty good price for all these features IMO. Sure 1080p isn't needed in a 32" but if you're like me and you sit real close, it does. Order one myself last night and dispatched this morning.

Comet: £479.90
Amazon: £486.06
RicherSounds: £499.95

Reviews:
5/5 - http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2009/09/29/LG-32LH7000-32in-LCD-TV/p1
8/10 - http://www.whathifi.com/Review/LG-32LH7000/
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#1
If you want 5 Year warranty, Richersounds seems to be the better option @ £550

Unless you go in store to rgbdirect in Essex, as they do free 5 year warranty on in store price.
#2
Awful lot of money for a 32".

I know these are very good, high spec. TV's, but even so...

I bought a 42" LG 42LH3000 a few months ago, which does't have quite as many bells and whistles, but was only a little more than the price being asked for this.

Sorry, but cold from me.
#3
Cool, I would buy a 42" myself but having quite a small room, it wouldn't go.

Did buy a Lh5000 a week ago from Currys @ £450 but it was faulty, refunded and found this.

Also seeing as so the 32LH4000 is selling for £399 on Amazon, I couldn't resist spending £14 more for 100HZ, bluetooth and 80000:1 contrast as opposed to the lh4000s 50000:1
#4
JoshMcc
If you want 5 Year warranty, Richersounds seems to be the better option @ £550

Unless you go in store to rgbdirect in Essex, as they do free 5 year warranty on in store price.



Not free. The instore price will be higher.
#5
haslitt
Not free. The instore price will be higher.

Correct, free on in store price, not sure of price though so I can't comment.

Not really 100% sure why this is getting cold, if you can find a 32" TV with similar specs for this price please say.
#6
Dont forget the USB hack to enable multi media playback :)
banned#7
Incredible TV
#8
Scampa
Dont forget the USB hack to enable multi media playback :)


Its already enabled on this TV. Thats one of the justifications of the high price.

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