LG 37LD450 - 37" Full HD 1080p LCD TV With Freeview - £323 Delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Technical Details
37 inch HD-Ready 1080p
Built in HD Freeview
2 HDMI inputs
USB Input
Slim Depth & Narrow frame
Smart Energy Saving Plus with Clear Voice II
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#1
Reviews suggest that this particular model can suffer from an annoying buzzing sound.
It may be worth further investigation before making a decision to buy.
#2
Hmmm the 42" version was being sold for £340 through richer sounds 2 weeks ago, £330 if you had used the £10 off voucher so don't think that this is a super hot deal.
#3
This summarises the 37" buzzing issue http://www.avforums.com/forums/13926962-post152.html
#4
Your descriptions says HD Freeview. I'm pretty sure this model only has SD Freview.
#5
TaylorBA
Your descriptions says HD Freeview. I'm pretty sure this model only has SD Freview.

You are correct.It does not have HD Freeview.
#6
I'd be tempted to go for the 37LD490 for a little bit more which has Freeview HD and Netcast (iplayer, youtube etc.). £337.99 @ Electro centre or £349.99 at amazon.

Good price for this model though.

Edited By: airey on Mar 28, 2011 11:50: update
#7
does iplayer and youtube come off your monthly usage?
#8
borgman
does iplayer and youtube come off your monthly usage?

You mean off your broadband download usage? It will do yes.
#9
Yes thats what i meant. I thought it would, does it use anymore bandwidth watching internet on tv?
thanks
#10
borgman
Yes thats what i meant. I thought it would, does it use anymore bandwidth watching internet on tv?
thanks

Erm not too sure but I doubt it, probably will use the same as if you were viewing it on a PC. Its not wireless though so your router would need to be close to your tv or you would have to fork out for a wireless adapter.

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