I am thinking of buying a LCD TV and saw a listing at my local GumTree, priced for around £300. I have confirmed that the TV has no issues and its 8 months old, initially purchased for (£550).
Seems to be legiminate seller, but since I have never got a second hand product before and have no clue how much these HD TV's cost.. I am depending for feedback from HUKD members.
I have a budget of £200 to £250 for a new TV/Monitor that would support HD and Freeview.. Looking to buy a new new but at this budget I know its hard. so I was also looking into options of getting a second hand one as well.
When it comes to producing 32" LCD TVs, few do it as well as LG. For proof of this you need look no further than their 32LC46 model.
Featuring their New XD image processor, the 32LC46 is a top performer. Consisting of a raft of technical features that visibly improves the clarity, stability and contrast of the picture, XD image processing makes for a noticeable improvement in picture quality. A wide viewing angle, high contrast ratio and fast refresh rate complete a specification that helps create the class-leading picture quality.
Yet, the 32LC46 offers more than just a stunning picture. With its built-in Freeview tuner, this is one 32" Digital LCD TV with which you can enjoy the benefits of a digital tuner without the need for a separate box. Better still, this is a high spec receiver which features an eight day EPG (Electronic Program Guide), optical digital output and CI slot - ideal for the ever popular Setanta Sport.
Aside from the optical digital output and CI slot, the 32LC46 is comprehensively equipped with every type of socket you're likely to need. Twin SCART sockets are matched by a brace of HDMI inputs - ideal for the ever-growing number of components that now use this digital connection. In addition to this you'll also find an analogue PC input, component and S-Video sockets. In short, you'd be very unlucky not to find the 32LC46 fully compatible with your home cinema system.
In terms of style, this classy 32" LCD TV is, yet again, ahead of the pack. The same iconic, crisp styling that's proved so popular with their mobile phone range is present here. It's a classic, unfussy design that's unlikely to date and also doesn't draw the eye away from the picture which, let's face it, is the real reason for buying a TV in the first place!
For a 32" LCD TV that combines understated good looks with a stunning picture quality, the LG 32LC46 deserves your attention.
It Has 2 HDMI Ports
1 Computer Input
And Lots More Fetures!
Kindly guide me by suggesting me a best price to go for this ?? I am looking to spend around £250.. is it really worth?