LG 32LT75 LCD HD ready TV with built in Freeview and 160gb hard drive £490 delivered - HotUKDeals
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LG 32LT75 comes with a 160GB hard drive that can record 57 hours of high quality digital TV. 720p HD Ready and has 2 HDMI ports for conecting all your HD inputs. The LG 32LT75 uses LG's XD engine.

Delivery charge of £16 odd but using the voucher PixSale11 for £11 off comes to £490 all in
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#1
Just HD Ready, not full HD 1080p
#2
Ta for the correction, edit already done :thumbsup:
#3
Only just joined but had a look at this and I can't see where it mentions the 160gb hard drive.
#5
Many thanks. Just surprised that it doesn't seem to be mentioned on the Pixmania link page.
#6


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#7
bertie_uk
Just HD Ready, not full HD 1080p


The LT75 seems to be the only TV at the moment that is level 2 freeview Playback certified.

Review here
#8
why is this not voted so hot

surely this is a fantastic deal?
#9
Still showing as 1080p in description! It isnt! :x
#10
Yeah I don't think that any actual 32" panels do 1080p? Or if they did they would be super expensive cost an arm 'n' leg.
#11
oh, its not 1080p

well thats ****

why does it say it is
#12
It's a 720p TV, but it can happily accept a 1080p signal and downconvert it to 720p.


Description definately needs changing, its NOT 1080p
#13
Sorry guys, 'borrowed' the description from a site and nievely assumed it was right, am relatively ignorant regarding the tech spec of TV's and the like. Amended the description now... :oops:
#14
It STILL wrongly says 1080p delete that please.
#15
Don't get hung up on this TV not being 1080p.
What LCD TV at that price level is 1080p?
And at 32 inches. Are you even going to see much of a difference?

This set is excellent value for money. The Freeview Playback Twin Tuner element alone will cost you £190 elsewhere. Another £300 for a decent LCD TV added to it is a bargain.
#16
This TV looks fantastic for a 32 incher. Voted Hot! Hot! Hot!
#17
Just ordered not bothered what p it is:thumbsup:
#18
Why are people making such a big deal that its not 1080p? Its a 32" so it doesn't matter. On a 32" the eye cannot notice the difference between 720 and 1080p, hence why they dont make 1080p 32" TV's. This does seem like a really good deal and i am really considering it.
#19
Or what would be a better deal is tell John Lewis (if they are selling this TV which is a high chance) that Empire Direct are doing it for £529. You can then pricematch it, and although you pay an extra few quid, all John Lewis TVs come with a FREE 5 year guarentee.

http://www.empiredirect.co.uk/content/products/details/index~modelcode~LGE-32LT75.htm
#20
The JFK
Why are people making such a big deal that its not 1080p? Its a 32" so it doesn't matter. On a 32" the eye cannot notice the difference between 720 and 1080p, hence why they dont make 1080p 32" TV's. This does seem like a really good deal and i am really considering it.


Is that the case, do any 32" HD-TVs support full (true) 1080p (regardless of the human eye's lack of ability to determine the difference)?

Thanks for any information confirming the existence, or lack thereof, of any 32" TV that can support 1080p.

BFN,

fp.
#21
I have never seen a 32" TV that can support FULL 1080p. However be careful as some 32" TVs can SUPPORT 1080p which basically means, the TV guesses what colour pixels to put in the missing spaces, which in most cases means the lack of good image quality. 1080p on a 32" TV of below is completely un-needed.
#22
fanpages
Is that the case, do any 32" HD-TVs support full (true) 1080p (regardless of the human eye's lack of ability to determine the difference)?

Thanks for any information confirming the existence, or lack thereof, of any 32" TV that can support 1080p.

BFN,

fp.


Here's one at Unbeatable.co.uk - the "Sharp Aquos Lc 32GP1U Lcd Tv"...

Sharp AQUOS® LC-32GP1U 32 in. HDTV LCD Television Specification
===
Core Features
Screen type LCD tv.
Lcd response time 6 ms.
Screen size 32 inches.
Contrast ratio 2,000:1.
Digital tv standard HDTV tv.
Screen resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Display
Digital tv standard HDTV to HDTV receiver is integrated..
Broadcast format displayed 1080p (HDTV), 1080i (HDTV), 720p (HDTV), 480p (EDTV), 480i (SDTV).
Broadcast format supported 1080p (HDTV).
Built-in tuner ATSC, NTSC.
Native aspect ratio 16:9.
Picture Quality
Screen resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Brightness 450 cd/m².
Viewing angle 176.
Remote Control
Remote control Multibrand.
Connections
Rear input connectors Component x 1, Composite x 2, HDMI x 2, Audio (RCA) x 3.
Front input connectors Component x 1, Composite x 1, HDMI x 1, Audio (RCA) x 1.
Speakers
Speaker power 10 Watt.
Dimensions
Height 59.1 cm.
Width 79.7 cm.
Depth 27.3 cm.
Weight 16.48 kg
Other Info
Cabinet color Black.
Part no. LC32GP1U.
===

BFN,

fp.
#23
The JFK
I have never seen a 32" TV that can support FULL 1080p. However be careful as some 32" TVs can SUPPORT 1080p which basically means, the TV guesses what colour pixels to put in the missing spaces, which in most cases means the lack of good image quality. 1080p on a 32" TV of below is completely un-needed.


Yes, I have seen some discussions on the AVForums.com site about how it is pointless to view anything above 720p at a viewing distance of 8-9 feet... however, when I am gaming, I sit much closer, probably 2 feet away if that & so a 32" HD-TV that can support full 1080p will be an advantage.
#24
bertie_uk;1389832
Just HD Ready, not full HD 1080p

having looked at most lcd - they are **** so i bought a pioneer plasma Kuro instead...1080p is a marketing gimmick and pointless at the mo as so few channels are broadcast in HD and most of those ie sky hd those that are broadcast at 720p anyway, very few at 1080i...not only that most tv's under 1500 are so poor at handling 720p or 1080i content that it isnt worth it
put a samsung on standard def tv source and laugh...its awful....sure on a good dvd player or blu ray it will be ok, just..i might laugh as i nearly bought one but had asked for std def demos and wasnt impressed
why do think plasmas win all the tv awards? cause at the mo all lcd's are ****, tho im sure theyll catch up some point (prob a few years yet)
#25
Have been told that Only screen sizes 37" and above can be Full 1080, bloke in Richer Sounds.
#26
Anygasman
Have been told that Only screen sizes 37" and above can be Full 1080, bloke in Richer Sounds.


From Wikipedia:

"1080p is the shorthand name for a category of display resolutions. The number "1080" represents 1,080 lines of vertical resolution,[1] while the letter p stands for progressive scan (meaning the image is not interlaced). 1080p is considered an HDTV video mode. The term usually assumes a widescreen aspect ratio of 16:9, implying a horizontal resolution of 1920 pixels. This creates a frame resolution of 1920×1080, or 2,073,600 pixels in total. The frame rate in Hertz can be either implied by the context or specified after the letter p, such as 1080p30, meaning 30 Hz...."

Hence, the sharp AQUOS® LC-32GP1U 32" HD-TV I quoted above is capable of 1080p by definition as it has a resolution of 1920x1080.

Perhaps the 'bloke' at Richer Sounds used to work in D-D-D-Dixons (.d-d-d-digital)?

:)

BFN,

fp.
#27
Don't use Pixmania. Just don't. They won't deliver when they say, won't even give out an email address to complain to and it is pretty much impossible to cancel the order.

I tried to cancel an order 20 mins after I placed it at 1.40 am on a Sunday morning and 24 hours later they replied and said it was too late to cancel as they had already started processing it - lies! The email they sent started [EMAIL="'noreply@'"]'noreply@'[/EMAIL] just so you know it is futile to protest. Then nearly a week later they said my order was delayed due to a 'technical error' at their warehouse. Unlike everywhere else, they take the cash from your card immediately, not when they ship. A total shower of 5hite. I had a similar experience 2 years ago ordering a printer from them for work - it never arrived and took months for them to concede that they hadn't delivered it and refund me. Never ever ever again.
#28
ronmanager
Don't use Pixmania. Just don't. They won't deliver when they say, won't even give out an email address to complain to and it is pretty much impossible to cancel the order.

I tried to cancel an order 20 mins after I placed it at 1.40 am on a Sunday morning and 24 hours later they replied and said it was too late to cancel as they had already started processing it - lies! The email they sent started [EMAIL="'noreply@'"]'noreply@'[/EMAIL] just so you know it is futile to protest. Then nearly a week later they said my order was delayed due to a 'technical error' at their warehouse. Unlike everywhere else, they take the cash from your card immediately, not when they ship. A total shower of 5hite. I had a similar experience 2 years ago ordering a printer from them for work - it never arrived and took months for them to concede that they hadn't delivered it and refund me. Never ever ever again.


If you could have proven that you had requested a cancellation of the order, you should have rung your Credit Card company & disputed the transaction.

Failing that, when the goods had arrived you could have rejected them under the Sale and Supply of Goods Act 1994 (c. 35) &/or the Mail Order Distance Selling Regulations.

BFN,

fp.
#29
fanpages
From Wikipedia:

"1080p is the shorthand name for a category of display resolutions. The number "1080" represents 1,080 lines of vertical resolution,[1] while the letter p stands for progressive scan (meaning the image is not interlaced). 1080p is considered an HDTV video mode. The term usually assumes a widescreen aspect ratio of 16:9, implying a horizontal resolution of 1920 pixels. This creates a frame resolution of 1920×1080, or 2,073,600 pixels in total. The frame rate in Hertz can be either implied by the context or specified after the letter p, such as 1080p30, meaning 30 Hz...."

Hence, the sharp AQUOS® LC-32GP1U 32" HD-TV I quoted above is capable of 1080p by definition as it has a resolution of 1920x1080.

Perhaps the 'bloke' at Richer Sounds used to work in D-D-D-Dixons (.d-d-d-digital)?

:)

BFN,

fp.



PS. Another Sharp 32" HD-TV with a 1920x1080 resolution:

"Sharp LC-32X20E - 32" Widescreen 1080P Full HD LCD TV - With Freeview"
£699.99 at Amazon.co.uk.

===
Product Features

* 32 inch Aquos HD Ready 1080P LCD TV
* Built-in digital tuner (DVB-T)
* Dynamic contrast ratio of 10000:1
* Slim frame and super thin design
* De-Juddering picture enhancement technology
* 6ms response time
* 3x HDMI outputs
* 24Hz Compatible

Technical Details

Screen size (inches): 32
HD technology: 1080P Full HD + HD Ready
IDTV Freeview DVB tuner: Yes
Wall mountable: Yes
Teletext built in: Yes
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Screen resolution (pixels): 1920 x 1080
Response time (ms): 6
Brightness (cd/m2): 450
Contrast ratio: 2000:1
Picture and Text: Yes
Audio technology: SRS TruSurroundXT
Audio output (watts): 15W + 15W
Speaker system: Integrated
Integral tuner / av box: Integrated PAL/SECAM
Input port 1: HDMI x 3
Input port 2: SCART x 2
Input port 3: Composite RCA /S-Video Mini Din
Input port 4: Component RCA
Input port 5: PC 15pin D
Input port 7: RS232C
Output port 1: Audio (RCA)
Output port 2: Digital Audio (Optical)
Panel life (hours): 60,000
Power consumption (Watt): TBC
Standby power consumption (Watt): TBC
Power source: AC 220V-240V, 50Hz
Viewing angle (degrees): 176
DVB: Yes
Freeview: Yes
Advanced Super view LCD: Yes
3D-Y/C: Yes
Surround Sound: Yes
Clear Voice System: Yes
Top-up TV card slot: Yes
Component Terminal: Yes
Analog RGB for PC: Yes
Other features: Auto volume control
integrated PAL/SECAM tuner
DCE (Dynamic Contrast Enhancement)
Accessories included: Table-top stand, remote control, cables, manual
Outside dimensions - width (in mm): 776
Outside dimensions - height (in mm): 517
Outside dimensions - depth (in mm): 94.6
Outside dimensions - depth incl stand (in mm): 276
Outside dimensions - width incl stand (in mm): 776
Outside dimensions - height incl stand (in mm): 572
Weight of panel and speakers (kg): 15.0
===

BFN,

fp.

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