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LG 32inch Freeview LCD HD TV 1080p Input - Empire Direct - £440.99 or £470.98 with 3yr Warranty
LG 32inch Freeview LCD HD TV 1080p Input - Empire Direct - £440.99 or £470.98 with 3yr Warranty

LG 32inch Freeview LCD HD TV 1080p Input - Empire Direct - £440.99 or £470.98 with 3yr Warranty

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Great TV for a cheap price, with the 2% voucher it saves you a bit as well
This price is if you use free delivery.

Also i would recoomend spending the extra £30 to get the Edexra card which gives you a 3yr warranty.

Screen size (inches) 32 Screen size measured diagonally from corner to corner in inches.
Screen format 16:9 Aspect ratio 16:9 is the standard for HDTV and most DVD video formats, better known as Widescreen. 4:3 aspect ratio is standard for normal PC monitors & Televisions.
HDTV ready Yes High Definition Television displays a picture with a much higher resolution than a standard television set, dramatically improving the picture quality. This is achieved by an increased number of lines.
Pixel resolution 1366x768 Display quality defined by the number of individual dots (pixels) used to create an image. The higher the number of pixels, the higher the image quality.
Power output (watts) 14 Maximum power output that the television can produce, measured in watts.
Tuner Analogue & digital (DVB) The type of tuner the Tv has built-in.
Integrated Freeview Yes Integrated Freeview - receive all the Freeview channels without the need for a seperate set top box.
On screen display Yes Graphic displays which appear on the TV screen to guide through the various settings and controls (On Screen Display)
Sleep timer Yes A function that allows the unit to turn itself off after a set period of time.
Component video input Yes Used to send very high quality signals from a DVD player to a Television. Higher quality than SCART but carries video signal only, a separate cable must be used to carry sound.
DVI input No
HDMI inputs 3 High Definition Multimedia Interface
RGB input Yes Transmission system that splits the Red, Green and Blue signal to provide a clearer and more defined picture.
Scart sockets 2 21 pins AV connector that carries''s composite, S-video, RGB video, stereo audio and Widescreen switching signals.
Remote Yes Enables you to operate your equipment from a remote handset.
Colour Black
Dimensions (H x W x D) in mm 554x806x79 Height x Width x Depth in millimetres
Weight (Kg) 12.6

10 Comments

This isn't a 1080p TV. It has a 1080p input which it will then convert to the screen resolution of 1366x768.

Very misleading as not 1080P.

Oh and the smallest 1080P TV available is 37" at the moment.

Original Poster

Erm ok, well changed the title.
Also its still a pretty good deal whether its 1080p or not, try and find a tv with as good contrast ratio, by a decent brand for the same price!

The AOC 32" is an excellent TV, at around £330- £350

intekx.com/pro…438

or

overclockers.co.uk/sho…at=

Not the most well known brand, but Ive got two and they are excellent screens, the remotes a bit ******, but overall an excellent TV. NB Intekx sell on e**y cheaper...

Original Poster

NOt really a brand name and plus the LG Contrast ratio 5,000:1 whereas AOC is 1200:1

glenncraneuk;1483710

NOt really a brand name and plus the LG Contrast ratio 5,000:1 whereas … NOt really a brand name and plus the LG Contrast ratio 5,000:1 whereas AOC is 1200:1



I'm with glenncraneuk on this one. This is a fantastic TV, even more so for this price and has been getting rave reviews. It got 5 out of 5 stars in issue 329 of "What Video & High Definition TV" magazine. How this can be compared to an AOC I don't understand. It's rival is more like the Samsung LE32R87. Anyway - check the following reviews:-

]Review 1
]Review 2

But there are better deals to be had if you go for the standard 1 year guarantee...

]Digital Point with free HDMI Lead & free delivery £435.90

In my mind, this TV is so underrated by the general public, so I cannot believe why this deal is being voted cold. This deal deserves more heat for sure!:shock:

glenncraneuk;1483710

NOt really a brand name and plus the LG Contrast ratio 5,000:1 whereas … NOt really a brand name and plus the LG Contrast ratio 5,000:1 whereas AOC is 1200:1



Bush and Alba are household names, and their stuff stinks. I bet you couldnt tell the difference between 5000:1 and 1200:1 other than on a test picture, especially when you can't tell the difference between 1080p and 720p...

:whistling:

A fool and his money....

Original Poster

cyanide69;1485426

I'm with glenncraneuk on this one. This is a fantastic TV, even more so … I'm with glenncraneuk on this one. This is a fantastic TV, even more so for this price and has been getting rave reviews. It got 5 out of 5 stars in issue 329 of "What Video & High Definition TV" magazine. How this can be compared to an AOC I don't understand. It's rival is more like the Samsung LE32R87. Anyway - check the following reviews:-]Review 1]Review 2But there are better deals to be had if you go for the standard 1 year guarantee...]Digital Point with free HDMI Lead & free delivery £435.90In my mind, this TV is so underrated by the general public, so I cannot believe why this deal is being voted cold. This deal deserves more heat for sure!:shock:



Thank You finally someone with some sense

Banned

this LG seems pretty good.

Original Poster

Well it is selling so well that empire have put the price up, not once but twice, because they know that its a hot seller.

Also if you take a look over at av forums, you will see a very decent review for this tv.

So for anyone who voted cold:roll:
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