LG 32LG5000 32" LCD TV + Free Glass Stand & HDMI Cable = £363.50 Delivered @ Digital Point
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LG 32LG5000 32" LCD TV + Free Glass Stand & HDMI Cable = £363.50 Delivered @ Digital Point

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Found 26th Nov 2008Made hot 26th Nov 2008
Thought this sounded a good deal considering you get a free glass stand and they chuck in a gold plated HDMI cable aswell - Has some good specs and for me an ideal size. What do you think ???

Resolution: 1366 x768
Peak Brightness: 500cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 50,000:1
Engine
Intelligent Sensor

Sound
Output: 7W + 7W
SRS TruSurround XT
2 Way 4 Speakers
Clear Voice
Invisible Speakers

Convenience
Simplink
Swivel Stand
AV Mode (Game, Sport, Movie)
CU:V Improved User Interface

Connectivity
3 HDMI (1.3 Deep Colour), 2 SCART (1Full)
Component(Y,Pb,Pr) + Audio
RS-232C, AV In
Digital Audio Out (Optical)
S-Video
PC Input
Composite
Headphone

23 Comments

Original Poster

Exactly the same tv stand at Amazon for £49.00 ( marketplace so £45.50 + 3.50 P&P) ]http//ww…8-4

So effectively this tv is an amazing £314.50 !!!!

https://www.digital-point.co.uk/images/hi32lg5000b.jpg

Wow! Good TV for a good price - but I want the 37"

Cracking deal....
HOT

Not a bad deal - but you really want full HD - especially if you want to appreciate Blu-ray

Bigfootpete;3575484

Not a bad deal - but you really want full HD - especially if you want to … Not a bad deal - but you really want full HD - especially if you want to appreciate Blu-ray



:roll: only if you want to pay extra money for no noticeable difference at standard viewing distances. Full HD (1080p) only comes into play with 50"+ screens.

Bigfootpete;3575484

Not a bad deal - but you really want full HD - especially if you want to … Not a bad deal - but you really want full HD - especially if you want to appreciate Blu-ray



Doubt it will make any difference on a 32 inch.

This TV was £299 at Makro a few days ago. Just the TV, not with the stand or cable. Obviously not anyone can just walk into Makro though.

1080p on a 32" is useful at 5 feet distance, assuming 20/20. If you have better eyesight than that, maybe 6-7 feet away.

At 8-10 feet like most people, completely pointless even if you have the eyes of a hawk.

Can the 1080p brigade please stop posting in all TV deals! It makes no difference on 32" unless you are within 3 feet, which is a stupid distance to be from a 32" TV!

Read here: avforums.com/for…tml

Banned

bossmanuk;3576444

Can the 1080p brigade please stop posting in all TV deals! It makes no … Can the 1080p brigade please stop posting in all TV deals! It makes no difference on 32" unless you are within 3 feet, which is a stupid distance to be from a 32" TV!Read here: http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-tv-should-i-buy/857608-32-worth-getting-1080p.html



ha ha, they get everywhere dont they?!

wait till next monday when 2.5% taken off lol

bossmanuk;3576444

Can the 1080p brigade please stop posting in all TV deals! It makes no … Can the 1080p brigade please stop posting in all TV deals! It makes no difference on 32" unless you are within 3 feet, which is a stupid distance to be from a 32" TV!Read here: http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-tv-should-i-buy/857608-32-worth-getting-1080p.html



hankmarvin4;3576468

ha ha, they get everywhere dont they?!



Quite - even watching an HD DVD at 72" on my 720p projector there's no sign of individual pixels: it looks like you could walk through the screen!

32" 1080p televisions are purely to mop up the 'consumer surplus' - in other words those with the highest money to sense ratio...

Plus if you get 1080p then all standard definition pictures (which is 99% of all programs) are much worse. You are still much better with 720p

Before people go rushing out and buy this i'd have a look on review sites such as ciao for reviews. From what i've seen their customer service is abysmal. I'd personally prefer to pay a bit extra but each to their own

ukdealee;3576702

Quite - even watching an HD DVD at 72" on my 720p projector there's no … Quite - even watching an HD DVD at 72" on my 720p projector there's no sign of individual pixels: it looks like you could walk through the screen!32" 1080p televisions are purely to mop up the 'consumer surplus' - in other words those with the highest money to sense ratio...



Now I'd love to see that!

ukdealee;3576702

32" 1080p televisions are purely to mop up the 'consumer surplus' - in … 32" 1080p televisions are purely to mop up the 'consumer surplus' - in other words those with the highest money to sense ratio...



are you saying that 32" are the best value on the market?

im currently in a debate with myself over a 32" or 37" Tv.
however i am looking at a phillips instead , the 100hz feature seems to make the picture great from what ivge seen in my local currys.

crazy_guy;3577110

Before people go rushing out and buy this i'd have a look on review sites … Before people go rushing out and buy this i'd have a look on review sites such as ciao for reviews. From what i've seen their customer service is abysmal. I'd personally prefer to pay a bit extra but each to their own



:viking: LG must stand for LOWER GRADE.......better wait until jan sales...at woolies!!!!

Mr Weasle;3577629

:viking: LG must stand for LOWER GRADE.......better wait until jan … :viking: LG must stand for LOWER GRADE.......better wait until jan sales...at woolies!!!!




I wouldnt bother woolies only sell dvds/games/books/mobiles now :roll:

RewardReaper;3576367

This TV was £299 at Makro a few days ago. Just the TV, not with the stand … This TV was £299 at Makro a few days ago. Just the TV, not with the stand or cable. Obviously not anyone can just walk into Makro though.



plus vat at makro as well!!

There's a lot of nonsense talked about 1080p on both sides (spec-hunters on one side, and oversimplifiers on the other). It has its place, on any size of TV - that's why you get PC monitors of that resolution at 24". The point is the sitting distance must be near enough to see the difference, and at 32" that's 5 feet. If you sit that close, worth considering although not critical - other factors are more important to quality (and nothing wrong with sitting that close, although it's a one/two person seating layout). If not, not worth thinking about. It's as simple as that.

A tempting price. Techradar review gave this TV 3 stars out of 5 when it was reviewed back in April. It said it was a decent performer with rich, bright colours and good detailing, but let down by motion blurring and average black levels. Anyone got one who can confirm or deny ?

ukdealee;3576702

Quite - even watching an HD DVD at 72" on my 720p projector there's no … Quite - even watching an HD DVD at 72" on my 720p projector there's no sign of individual pixels: it looks like you could walk through the screen!32" 1080p televisions are purely to mop up the 'consumer surplus' - in other words those with the highest money to sense ratio...



A well made transfer on SD-DVD (Ghost World for instance) with a decent upscale looks ace on my 720p 102" PJ - being DLP does help though. However, I've got a 1080p 40" LCD too and with Vista Media Center the 1080p does make a difference - however I'd be more than happy at 32" with 720p. This is a decent deal, although I'd probably save a couple more quid and get a Sony 32" and maybe a stand from ebuyer or the bay. But for those who just want a telly bargain swich from SDTV then lap it up!
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