LG M227WD 22" 1080p HD Freeview TV/LCD at Richersounds £149.99 - HotUKDeals
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Now less than £150 for a top rate TV/LCD monitor with full 1080p HD

Next best price is £179.99 at Amazon and Play.

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If you're looking for an LG television then the LG M227WD offers more than most.

Kicking off the impressive list is a Full, 1080p HD Ready 22 inch screen. This means that whether you're using the M227WD for HD computer games, films or TV, you can rest assured that you're getting the maximum resolution possible. Images are superbly detailed and super crisp. With a response time of just 5ms, the M227WD is free from motion blur and tracks even the fastest moving images with great precision.

In terms of sound quality, the M227 may not be as good as a separate Hi-Fi or home cinema system but it's better than the average £200 TV. SRS WOW gives a boost to the sound with the equalizer enabling you to tune the audio to your exact requirements. If you fancy improving upon the sound, then an optical output with Dolby Surround allows you to connect the M227WD to your home cinema system.

In addition to offering a top quality audio and visual experience, the M227WD has class-leading connectivity. Whether you're connecting games consoles, a PC or AV devices, the M227WD has got it covered. An HDMI socket and a DVI input take care of HD sources, while a PC-input is on hand for your computer. For other sources there are two SCART sockets, a handy USB and a component. In short, the M227WD is just as well equipped as much bigger and more expensive TVs.

For a 22 inch 1080p LCD TV that compromises on nothing but price, the M227WD is in a class of its own.
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#1
I have this tv, this is an absolute bargain, it's a quality item, expect heat and people moaning that stock is low in some areas. Heat added.
#2
picture is great but sound is horrid. not an issue if gaming with a decent headset tho
#3
I have this and really don't think the sound is as bad as some make out! Saying that I'm sitting 5ft from it so no need to project it. You can do what I did and get comet to price match it
#4
I managed to pick up the LGM2280DF-PZ for a stupid bargain of £145 last week, if i wouldnt have this would be ordered immediately :)
#5
We have this tv/monitor and its AMAZING !!!
#6
Shame only 1 hdmi else would have gone for it
#7
the picture quality is amazing on this monitor...sound is what you should expect from a flat almost invisible speaker!! has USB input for photos and music (think i read it can be hacked to play divx and avi files... havent tried personally)
#8
The Glasgow Richer Sounds only has a display model left. If anyone was considering getting one.
#9
Got me the 19" version this a while back. Sound isn't too bad (currently listening to MP3's on it) and it's great for using as a monitor (and I alternate between my 360 on it). Wish had of had this one at the time!
#10
Yeh I would say the sound was a bit pants, buy tue picture overall is top notch
#11
"Some may be ex-display or ex-repair " oO
#12
I also have this TV - it's nice but the sound is horrid - you just cannot understate how bad the speakers are in this thing. How on earth this TV was built with such useless speakers I have no idea.

Don't buy this unless you're prepared to have it permanently plugged into a set of external Speakers.
All this talk of SRS, etc is a total waste of time without decent speakers and if you plan to use the optical out on this thing then you will not get any SRS, etc - you only get that from the head phone socket which sticks out the side.

Also I've read the HDMI input won't work from a PC only things like from a DVD / BlueRay - I did try DVI to HDMI on my MacMini on this TV and it didn't work for me.



Edited By: deeinlondon on Oct 06, 2010 01:44: added info
#13
Sound bad
Picture good

All you need to know really. Menu systems are sharp and easy and to use, good TV guide and good freeview tuner. I use my 22" as a TV come Xbox monitor in my game room, sound is hooked up to a gaming chair so I dont notice it but the TV sound is terrible!
#14
I got this TV on Sunday and it's fantastic. I didn't post the deal because it's limited stock, and there's also some confusion over the model number. Mine wasn't the M227WD, but the M227WDP. The differences are the former has 2 HDMIs instead of one, but the latter has a USB port that can show pictures and play music (it can also be hacked to play video, but you'll have to flash your firmware to an earlier version).
#15
we have this in the bedroom picture is amazing i paid £229 6 months ago currys
#16
COLD not big enough ! ;)
#17
THRILLER-DEEJAY
COLD not big enough ! ;)


that's what she said :D
#18
lol lol lol
#19
Some Bargain TV on here, am after a 19" for my lad .....cheap .....he is only 5 and need one for christmas for his computer. Might have to get on Ebay !!
#20
I toyed with this one and the 22" Samsung C4010 (white version) for a tv in the kitchen, and went with the Samsung. Principally because this is a bit lardy at 75mm thick (the Samsung is just 29mm) and this only has 1 HDMI, to the Sammys 2. The LG is 1080p, but as I wanted a freeview tv only, 1080p isnt relevant, especially on a 22" screen.

This is a good price, for those after a tv/gaming display/monitor workhorse, but for Freeview SD, connectivity, and aesthetics, the Samsung is superior, albeit £30-£50 dearer.
#21
I just love how itsays "exclusive to our instore cistomers" ............hahahaha . you cant by ANYTHING online from richer sounds .. is a joke ... shouldnt be allowed the time of day on here this company... why advertise online if you cant buy online ????


on the bottom of the page it says :-

"Prices valid in store (all including VAT) until close of business on the date below.
(some of these web prices are cheaper than in-store, so please mention that you've seen these offers online"

show me a product they sell online

Edited By: TALON1973 on Oct 06, 2010 09:22: another update
#22
Sulphur Man

This is a good price, for those after a tv/gaming display/monitor workhorse, but for Freeview SD, connectivity, and aesthetics, the Samsung is superior, albeit £30-£50 dearer.


Had a look at that Samsung, on the plus side it is LED and thinner, on the downside it is only 720p and is around £60 more expensive on amazon at £212.

This 1080p LG is a better choice primarily as a computer monitor as you will only be sitting a couple of feet away and you will notice and appreciate the extra resolution.
#23
I got this last november from richer sounds when it was £179.99. Picture is good, but I find it abit too dark when displaying blacks, although I may not have calibrated it right. But even the preset picture modes just look to dark, eg cinema mode or sports mode, very dark imo. SO i choose vivid and mess about with the settings abit.

The sound distorts on certain levels of volume or certain frequencies. It very irritatiing, I was watching the sopranos on it last night and when some people speak it distorts very badly. You really do need some sort of speaker setup if buying this tbh.

And also when I first plugged it in the screen flickered for about 5-10 minutes, just a very subtle flicker but then it stopped and hasnt done it since. Very odd.

Good picture, and cheap solution if all you want is a 1080P TV for PS3/Xbox 360 and a Pc monitor. But now you can get a 32 for £50 more, I wouldnt bother buying this set if i was in same position again. Its such a small screen that I doubt 1080P is really giving you much benefit over a 720P 32. Infact the text in video games is incredibly hard to see on this set. The Inputs and outputs on this tv are superb though. 2 scart in, optical out, sound in, hdmi in, headphone jack out, vga in etc etc.

I have mine rigged up to a PS3 and Xbox 360 Via a 2 way HDMI splitter box, my PC via VGA, my PS2 via RGB scart, my 5.1 system via optical out, and I will soon rigg up a decent aerial on my roof so I can get freeview.
#24
TALON1973
I just love how itsays "exclusive to our instore cistomers" ............hahahaha . you cant by ANYTHING online from richer sounds .. is a joke ... shouldnt be allowed the time of day on here this company... why advertise online if you cant buy online ????


on the bottom of the page it says :-

"Prices valid in store (all including VAT) until close of business on the date below.
(some of these web prices are cheaper than in-store, so please mention that you've seen these offers online"

show me a product they sell online


X) Quite perverse logic there. Shouldn't you advertise on TV unless you can buy via your TV?

Here's some 22" LGs you can buy online btw:
http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/lg/22ld350/lg-22ld350
http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/lg/22lu4000/lg-22lu4000
banned#25
verybigchris
I got this TV on Sunday and it's fantastic. I didn't post the deal because it's limited stock, and there's also some confusion over the model number. Mine wasn't the M227WD, but the M227WDP. The differences are the former has 2 HDMIs instead of one, but the latter has a USB port that can show pictures and play music (it can also be hacked to play video, but you'll have to flash your firmware to an earlier version).


Lol, glad somebody explained this - I was going to ask if people knew if it were the updated model or not. We have the older model with 2 HDMIs (which don't display PC input well, apparently the model with 1 HDMI has PC mode enabled) and personally I think its faultless. The picture quality just from the inbuilt freeview tuner is amazing, and PS3 games look incredible. Personally don't think the sound is an issue, but have got some speakers I use for all but watching TV anyway.
My ONLY gripe with it is that for some reason it just wont accept an RGB signal from a Gamecube which lead to my purchasing a rather expensive component cable, but on the plus side when playing through this the text is almost as sharp as an HD source.
#26
I think the 2 hdmi version has upgraded speakers, and the single hdmi version has rubbish ones that distort. My single HDMI one (as advertised here) pics up RGB signal from ps2 fine.
#27
these r ex-display or refurbished sets.
#28
babymanor
these r ex-display or refurbished sets.


Mine bought on Sunday isn't. The line on the website about them possibly being repair or ex-display goes on all clearance or end of line items, but very few of them actually are.
#29
May be ex display or ex repair
#30
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue22c4000-22-hd-ready-slim-/770432

195.79 for LED 22" Samsung worth a look if your considering this (I would say so as I found it!)

Edited By: robroyals on Oct 06, 2010 20:59: typo
#31
Are the dimensions listed at the following link correct?

http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/product-02618410-pdt.html?srcid=198&tag=TV_LT&xtor=SEC-37-GOO-&mctag=gg_goog_7904&gclid=CPTOkbC2wKQCFcsqDgodcGGsFA

Bit too chubby for me if so, as I need to stick it on the kitchen wall. Pitty as it ticks all the other boxes :(
#32
robroyals
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue22c4000-22-hd-ready-slim-/770432195.79 for LED 22" Samsung worth a look if your considering this (I would say so as I found it!)

I've got a 7000 series one of their LED TV's, so was very tempted by the price of those. Would be ideal for the position I want to mount it due to the depth.

Only problem is its not natively 1080p :(. I ideally want to stick to 1080p sets to limit any EDID problems with the HDMI matrix (both now and in the future). Also a WXGA panel has limited uses for me, whereas a 1080p panel I could use as a monitor if I no longer needed it as a TV (always short of monitors).

Really looking for a slim, 1080p set, with speakers, cheap :D. The aldi monitor on another thread ticked the boxes (apart from the big ugly MEDION label smack bang in the center), but none about near me.

LG do a 1080p LED LCD, so may have to stump up a bit more and go for that I guess :(
suspended#33
The 1 available in Manchester prestwich is missing it's stand, it was the display model. They shouldn't have it listed on the site if its missing the stand, very misleading, thankfully i phoned up before driving, no chance i'm paying £150 for a display model thats missing the stand!
#34
asl9791
I managed to pick up the LGM2280DF-PZ for a stupid bargain of £145 last week, if i wouldnt have this would be ordered immediately :)
You didn't say where. ??:(
#35
lindseyanndavis
Some Bargain TV on here, am after a 19" for my lad .....cheap .....he is only 5 and need one for christmas for his computer. Might have to get on Ebay !!
I got a 19" LCD from Tesco.com for £83 with usb record a week ago, there maybe some or similar left. Was posted on here, i will try to add a link.
#36
Bargain...good find OP
#37
couple of these left at £129.99 croydon,plymouth,glasgow and cheltenham

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