LG M227WDP 22" Full HD 1080p LCD TV for £155.22 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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also at richer sounds for £129.95 but stock is only available in a few areas: http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/lg/m227wd/lg-m227wd

one of the best small LCDs I can find with full HD within that price range.
perfect for the bedroom or uni and has received excellent reviews. Includes:

- full 1080p HD (brilliant for use as a PC monitor or gaming)
- freeview built in
- 1x HDMI
- 2x scart
- 1x DVI
- component
- optical out
- headphone jack
- contrast ratio: 10,000:1

ok its more expensive than the recent tesco technika's offers but you're paying for a much better TV from a respectable brand that probably won't break within half a year
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#1
Great price, very good spec inc. 1080p along with a great number of very positive reviews - hot from me!
#2
3 year swap-out warranty included.....
#3
i have this tv in bedroom picture is amazing
#4
As a TV it's fine but this is a bad choice as a PC/Mac monitor. The font is just too small in 1080.
#5
pat8
3 year swap-out warranty included.....


Can't see where it says this :/
#6
bittergeek
As a TV it's fine but this is a bad choice as a PC/Mac monitor. The font is just too small in 1080.


Surely you can change the resolution?
#7
I've got a 22" monitor at that resolution and it's perfect.
#8
3 year swap-out warranty included.....

this is stated in one of the customer reviews. ive noticed that this tv has had 3 years cover from other sellers in the past.

i rang richer sounds about theirs but they are second hand repaired and imperfect which means they cant offer their extended 5 year cover option. 130 quid doesn't seem that good for a second hand one.
banned#9
bittergeek
As a TV it's fine but this is a bad choice as a PC/Mac monitor. The font is just too small in 1080.


I have this model, you change the resolution like any other monitor.
#10
I was considering ordering this of ebuyer for 169.95 as it states 3 year warranty - though if this does... can anyone confirm?
#11
ARD88
bittergeek
As a TV it's fine but this is a bad choice as a PC/Mac monitor. The font is just too small in 1080.


Surely you can change the resolution?


The next resolution below 1080 without distorting or clipping the screen is 1280x720 which makes the screen more crowded than my 19'' lcd.

Maybe I got a faulty one but the other problem I got on Mac is on 1080 the fonts look weird. Somehow the edges of letters and shapes flare. This happens on a pc only when not on 1080.

That's why I now only use this as a tv in bedroom.

Edited By: bittergeek on Feb 07, 2011 13:15
#12
S c 0 TT y
pat8
3 year swap-out warranty included.....
Can't see where it says this :/

Some of the smaller TV/ Monitors from LG and Samsung include 3 Year Warranty card included in the box when you open the box..







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#13
itsmeitis
3 year swap-out warranty included.....

this is stated in one of the customer reviews. ive noticed that this tv has had 3 years cover from other sellers in the past.

i rang richer sounds about theirs but they are second hand repaired and imperfect which means they cant offer their extended 5 year cover option. 130 quid doesn't seem that good for a second hand one.


Yeah, LG's site confirms the 36 months warranty.
#14
Too expensive. Saw a 24" phillips one for £155. Click here http://www.ebuyer.com/product/243035
banned#15
Superb monitor at this price, tried to get one of the cheap ones from Richer Sounds earlier in the month but in the Sheffield store at least it was screen-only, no base, box, remote, etc. Still a decent price for it, but not what i was looking for.

Got this in the dabs deal nearly a year ago, no issues with fonts or anything else, would definitely recommend and buy again.
#16
It's gone up to 160.50 now.....
1 Like #17
Qasim7
Too expensive. Saw a 24" phillips one for £155. Click herehttp://www.ebuyer.com/product/243035

This is TV. The Philips is only Monitor
#18
bittergeek


The next resolution below 1080 without distorting or clipping the screen is 1280x720 which makes the screen more crowded than my 19'' lcd.

Maybe I got a faulty one but the other problem I got on Mac is on 1080 the fonts look weird. Somehow the edges of letters and shapes flare. This happens on a pc only when not on 1080.

That's why I now only use this as a tv in bedroom.


I use this as a PC onitor via HDMI 1080p and it is perfect.

**** THIS IS IMPORTANT, if you use HDMI output on your PC, you need to go into the menu screen on the LG and change the input label to "PC" for the HDMI connection. If you dont do this then you will get a badly distorted image. It took me a while to figure this out as I thought I had a faulty one too.
#19
I have this tv and it is excellent. Two minor drawbacks:-

1/ The sound isn't great - but through an amp is fine (like mine).
2/ The menu's are a bit slow

Apart from that would definitely recommend to someone..
#20
Deano467
bittergeek


The next resolution below 1080 without distorting or clipping the screen is 1280x720 which makes the screen more crowded than my 19'' lcd.

Maybe I got a faulty one but the other problem I got on Mac is on 1080 the fonts look weird. Somehow the edges of letters and shapes flare. This happens on a pc only when not on 1080.

That's why I now only use this as a tv in bedroom.


I use this as a PC onitor via HDMI 1080p and it is perfect.

**** THIS IS IMPORTANT, if you use HDMI output on your PC, you need to go into the menu screen on the LG and change the input label to "PC" for the HDMI connection. If you dont do this then you will get a badly distorted image. It took me a while to figure this out as I thought I had a faulty one too.


Not sure if it's already set to pc but will take look later today. Thanks.
#21
£160.50??
#22
Delldoy
£160.50??


It dropped down to £155.18 then went up to £160.50. Typical Amazon...
#23
LOUGHBORO GUY
i have this tv in bedroom picture is amazing
If its good enough for loughboro guy its good enough for me. But then again you could always pay another £20 a buy a desent brand like Sony.X):p;)
#24
Could you point me in the right direction of a desent branded 22" 1080p TV for £175 please.
#25
jim157
Could you point me in the right direction of a desent branded 22" 1080p TV for £175 please.
Ok, I spelt DECENT wrong. It was nearly 1 in the morning when typing this.oO I take it you haven't heard of the legend that is Loughboro Guy. My comment was a tongue in cheek reference to his comments about Onkyo Av Amps. This is indeed a good price for a 22" 1080p TV and shall recommend this tv to my parents who are looking for a replacement tv for their bedroom.:)

Edited By: nobbyh on Feb 11, 2011 22:00
1 Like #26
Ah right, no offence intended.


Personally I've never heard of LG, you'd be much better off buying a recognised brand from Dixons, like Matsui or Saisho. :p
#27
Just ordered this and its come down more in price, now £150.80 which I reckon is a great price. :3
#28
Hmm its come down in price again, emailed amazon they said no to refund of the difference - would have to send item back and reorder. surely this costs them more"!

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