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Screen Type LCD Screen Size 32 Tuner Type freesat & Analogue Having an integrated Digital Freeview Tuner means that your TV has a built in receiver that will give you access to many more channels… Read More
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7y, 3w agoPosted 7 years, 3 weeks ago
Screen Type LCD
Screen Size 32
Tuner Type freesat & Analogue
Having an integrated Digital Freeview Tuner means that your TV has a built in receiver that will give you access to many more channels without the need to have any additional hardware, such as a Freeview box. In 2007, the government began switching UK broadcasting to digital, so if your TV doesnt have an integrated digital tuner feature you wont be able to view any channel without buying the additional hardware. Freesat brings you over 140 digital TV and radio channels, including high-definition (HD) programmes from the BBC and ITV-all for free.
Teletext Yes
Digital Teletext Yes
Electronic Program Guide Yes
Simple but comprehensive on-screen menu offering previews of what is on now and next, reminders.
Hd Ready Yes
As defined by EICTA, the HD Ready logo is a guarantee that the product it is representing has met a key list of criteria. These include a minimum native resolution of 720 lines in the 16:9 ratio; HD input via either analogue YpbPr1 and DVI or HDMI connectors; HD capable inputs that accept 1280x720 at 50 and 60Hz progressive (720p) and 1920x1080 at 50 and 60Hz interlaced (1080i); and DVI or HDMI input that supports HDCP.
1080hd Ready 1080p
The most advanced HD standard today is called HD READY 1080p. In addition to the benefits of the older "Full HD" specification, these models are also able to display Bluray output at its native output of 24 frames per second, creating the best cinematic experience for your home.
Progresive Scan Yes
An image improvement technology where all the lines of a picture are exposed in one go, rather than in two sweeps as with interlaced images. One of the key High-Definition formats, 720p, uses progressive scan technology.
Pixel Resolution 1920 x 1080
Pixels make up your television's image and are the smallest elements of a picture. The more pixels in your picture, the better.
Contrast Ratio 50,000:1
Ratio between white and black. The greater the contrast ratio, the greater the ability to show subtle colour details.
Brightness 500cd/m2
Level of luminance, or quantity of light emitted from the image area, measured in ANSI lumens.
Hz 60
The refresh rate is the number of times in a second that display changes from one frame to the next. The higher the refresh rate the smoother the picture.
Srs/Dsp Surround Sound Yes
Enhanced 3-dimensional sound from stereo speakers.
Scart Sockets 2
21-pin cable connector which enables high-quality pictures and stereo sound (including Dolby Pro-Logic soundtracks) to be sent between different AV equipment.
Component Video Connection Yes
Component Video is a connection method used for delivering high quality video images.
Composite Video Connection Yes
Standard video signal used to send pictures eg from a VCR to a TV.
Hdmi Connection 3
As the digital revolution unfolds, there's a growing need for an interface that digitally transmits signals between connected equipment. The solution is HDMI, or High-Definition Multimedia Interface. An HDMI connection digitally transmits video and audio signals with virtually no degradation or noise. This means users can experience the beauty of digital images, delivering clear, bright, high-resolution pictures that are perfect for large-screen viewing. DVD-audio signals are also digitally transmitted, delivering a brilliantly clear, dynamic sound.
Headphone Socket Yes
Allows you to connect a headphone set so you can watch TV without disturbing others.
Rgb Pc Input Yes
Input that accepts computer signals broken down into Red, Green, Blue, minimising interference.
Remote Control Yes
Wall Mountable Yes
VESA-Standard or Video Electronics Standards Association is a perfect template for hole spacing (screw holes) in flat screens. So providing your wall bracket is also VESA standard, hanging your TV on the wall, for example, is a simple process without the frustration of drilling the holes incorrectly and in the wrong place. The wall bracket can be purchased as an additional product.
Stand Included Pedestal
Additional Comments Satellite dish needed for freesat
Dimensions 597mm x 797mm x 227.3mm
Usb 2.0 Yes
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7y, 3w agoPosted 7 years, 3 weeks ago
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Screen Type LCD
Screen Size 32
Teletext Yes
Digital Teletext Yes
Electronic Program Guide Yes
Hd Ready Yes
1080hd Ready 1080p
Progresive Scan Yes
Pixel Resolution 1920 x 1080
Contrast Ratio 50,000:1
Brightness 500cd/m2
Hz 60
Srs/Dsp Surround Sound Yes
Scart Sockets 2
Component Video Connection Yes
Hdmi Connection 3
Headphone Socket Yes
Rgb Pc Input Yes
Remote Control Yes
Wall Mountable Yes
Stand Included Pedestal
Dimensions 597mm x 797mm x 227.3mm
Usb 2.0 Yes

edit it didnt copy right lol this one should be right
#2
Looks ok. Make and how much?
#3
lg and £390
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Better just posting the brand and model link.
#5
xxlonesnipexx
lg and £390


yeah, model would be good :)
#6
Lg 32lf7700
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xxlonesnipexx
Lg 32lf7700


Good TV and it's £381 at Amazon
#8
cheers mate will go with this tv then thanks guys

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