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LG 30" LG L3020T LCD TV ,1280x768 - £480.58
LG 30" LG L3020T LCD TV ,1280x768 - £480.58

LG 30" LG L3020T LCD TV ,1280x768 - £480.58

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30" LG L3020T LCD TV ,1280x768 , 25ms , 350:1 , 450cd/m2 , Silver

I think this is a cracking deal £1,091.58 Inc VAT NOW £480 just hit the BUY button on scans Today Only inc !!! .



- n0chex

The LG Flatron L3020T is a masterpiece of design and engineering. The impressive 30 WXGA Active Matrix TFT LCD screen provides a sensational display of any image. With PIP/POP/Dual Windows, S-IPS Wide Viewing Technology, Multi-A/V Capabilities, a Remote Control and Detachable Speakers - this sleek 30 LCD Monitor/TV is a technological work of art. Digital TV Standard HDTV-Ready - Requires separate receiver to view HDTV signals.

Broadcast Format Displayed 720p (HDTV) • 480p (EDTV) • 480i (SDTV)

Broadcast Format Supported 1080i (HDTV) • 720p (HDTV)

Built-in Tuner NTSC

Native Aspect Ratio 15:9

- n0chex

9 Comments

Please be kind enough to add some details n0chex

Everyone will benefit :wink:

Is this a good tv though? Can i get HD pictures as it says additional reciever required?

On another website its listed as a Monitor so not sure if it would make a good tv?

I'm after the latest technology and an affordable price if possible

Original Poster

Additional reciever is like telewest HD or sky HD .

If you want the latest technology then get your wallet open , there is no such thing as the latest cheap technology.

To get true HD you will need a 1920x1080 panel which don`t come cheap you are looking to spend thousands not just a few hundred quid.

If you do a google on the above tv/lcd and look at some reviews .....its not a bad deal for £480 inc for a 30"

hi , thanks for quick reply ...yep i thought it might mean sky etc ...

I cant seem to find any reviews i must be doing something wrong would be greatful if someone could post a link to some as i am intrested in buying this as it does seem like a good offer.

Original Poster

]http//ww…pdf


Might be of some use Andy

Original Poster

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v424/ljw2k/233.jpg

beware 25ms response time is poor for a modern LCD, most LCD's are around 8ms!

a high response time means more blurring and smearing on moving pictures.

Original Poster

I think Scan have made a mistake on that it is 12ms not 25 , i also forgot to mention 3 years standard manufactures warranty

Thanks for info n0chex but i keep getting different info for this tv on different sites either says 25ms or 12ms ...its confusing me as i would like to know what it actually is.

I found this ]http//ww…pdf

So i now presume it is 25ms or could it be 12ms for tv and 25ms if used for monitor?
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