LG M2294D 22" HD Ready Digital LCD TV/Monitor with Built in digital tuner, 1680 x 1050 Resolution - now £183.98 @ CDiscount - HotUKDeals
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LG M2294D 22" HD Ready Digital LCD TV/Monitor with Built in digital tuner, 1680 x 1050 Resolution - now £183.98 @ CDiscount

£183.98 @ CDiscount entertainment
The M2294D is the perfect example of LG's technical expertise. This beautifully designed and high-performance screen boasts a 20000:1 dynamic contrast rate, two HDMI ports, and a DVI port, so you'll e… Read More
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[mod] 8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
The M2294D is the perfect example of LG's technical expertise. This beautifully designed and high-performance screen boasts a 20000:1 dynamic contrast rate, two HDMI ports, and a DVI port, so you'll enjoy stunningly clear images bursting with colour. The M2294D also comes equipped with a Freeview tuner and two 3W loudspeakers, giving you access to loads of free digital channels!. What's more, the M2294D is a great choice for gamers, since this HD Ready screen has excellent image fluidity combined with an extra fast response time of just 5 ms!.

* 22" (56cm) Visible screen size
* Built in digital tuner
* 1680 x 1050 Resolution
* 300cd/m2 Brightness
* 20,000:1 Contrast Ratio
* 5m/s Response time
* 176/170degree viewing angle
* 2 x HDMI, 1 x SCART, Headphone socket, CI slot, SRS TruSurround XT, AV Mode,
* Wall Mountable, Hotel mode,
* Can be used as a computer monitor.
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#2
Could you not just buy the samsung 23" from them at £150, and £17 set top box?

Works out cheaper, although you cuold find a cheaper stb elsewhere...
#3
I've 3 of three of these and they are sold as monitors with built in freeview and come with 3 year warranties. They are excellent monitors when used with a good graphics card as well as great TV's. I've one in conseratory at TV and two sons use them as monitors/TV in bedrooms with PC, great space savers.

I'd recommend them I paid betweem £230 and £198 for our as they where all both at different times.

Bj:thumbsup:
banned#4
personally i think this is better:
http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/9404087/LG-22-M227WD-HD-1080p-Freeview-Widescreen-LCD-TV/Product.html

But dont buy it form play as mine had finger marks on it and took two weeks to arrive!
#5
JustifiedAncient
personally i think this is better:
http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/9404087/LG-22-M227WD-HD-1080p-Freeview-Widescreen-LCD-TV/Product.html

But dont buy it form play as mine had finger marks on it and took two weeks to arrive!


Thats not really suited to hanging on the wall as the stand sticks out at the bottom - a little design oversight that made me choose this one posted by Millarcat .
banned#6
Mallinersha
Thats not really suited to hanging on the wall as the stand sticks out at the bottom - a little design oversight that made me choose this one posted by Millarcat .


ahh ok, i just have mine sitting on a unit so didnt notice that. Very good picture either way and have no doubt this one posted is excellent too. Im a fan of LG tvs particularly as my 32" was really cheap at the time and still looks better than my parents sony!
#7
AAAGGGHHhhhh - it's NOT wall mountable - back it goes!
[mod]#8
You can now get 20% Account Credit and Free Delivery using discount code: BANKHOL20

Which makes it £179.99 delivered with £36 account credit
#9
Ok, I'm probably being really dumb here. I don't understand how these TV/Monitors differ from a regular monitor (aside from the tuner). Wouldn't it make more sense to buy a regular monitor and plug a freeview box in using an adaptor? Is there something I've missed?

Thank you!

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