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LG 32LH3000 32" FULL HD 1080p LCD TV £354.98 @ Ebuyer
LG 32LH3000 32" FULL HD 1080p LCD TV £354.98 @ Ebuyer

LG 32LH3000 32" FULL HD 1080p LCD TV £354.98 @ Ebuyer

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Product Description
The 32LH3000 is a 32" HD ready 1080p LCD TV with built-in digital Freeview and 3 x HDMI.

Freeview

Freeview is a subscription-free service that delivers up to 48 digital TV channels, including ITV2, E4, BBC3, and Film4-plus 24 digital radio stations, with no contract and no satellite dish.


HDMI 1.3 Deep Color / 3xHDMI

HDMI 1.3 supports 30-bit, 36-bit, and 48-bit colour depth. HDMI 1.3 eliminates on-screen colour banding for smooth tonal transitions and subtle gradations. It also enables increased contrast ratio, and represents many times more shades of grey between black and white.

HD-Ready 1080p

LG HD Ready 1080p (Full HD) provides 1920 x 1080p picture resolution delivering incredible picture clarity and vibrant colours. This results in up to 5 times the picture clarity and detail in comparison to standard definition. 1080p television is the only way to fully experience the true potential of high definition gaming and blu-ray which takes you even closer to the action

Invisible Speaker

LG's Invisible Speaker System has been fine-tuned by world-renowned audio expert Mark Levinson for an increased sweet spot. Breaking through the fixed idea that speaker grills must be exposed, this system provides a fully realized sweet spot, and powerful, realistic sound with speakers integrated into the panel design.

19 Comments

These were the ones going for £330 just after Christmas - well recommended!

I've got this set and it's pretty good overall. The only complaint I'd have about the TV viewing is that it's quite slow to change channels - you don't just get the 1 second delay whilst it waits to see if you press a second button for the channel number, but there's also another 1.5 seconds of total black/silence whilst it actually changes channels.

BTW, if you flash the firmware to 3.15 (USB socket on the back lets you do this), change the service menu option for USB support to on and re-flash back to 3.40, you can use the USB socket to play DivX/x264 HD movies and music/pictures (which is normally reserved for higher models). I did it with my set and it worked fine - the remote even has controls for play/pause/FF/REW/stop/start too.

FYI, the set runs Linux and even has the GPL license printed in the manual!

I think these can be TVs can be adjusted to play Avi, divx & MKV of a USB stick or drive!

The link takes you to a 37 inch at £558

phil1420;7874058

The link takes you to a 37 inch at £558


Here it is then - ebuyer.com/pro…561

Tempting, how does this compare to the Toshiba Regza 32RV635DB.

Also they have the 32 "LH4000 of this @ richer sounds for £350, but its limited to certain stores and stock is low.

i have one of these, absolutely superb tv for that price (paid about 30 quid more for mine 4/5 months ago)

as has been noted, it can be modded to play back divx and mkv, but it has it's limitations in that regard.

i've found it can't play back DTS audio from mkv's, plus it only supports FAT32 formatted usb devices, which means the majority of hd movies you might wish to play via this method would have to be split to get around the 4gb filesize limit.

but that's a minor issue really, as the quality of the set itself is top notch, very good picture and very crisp and clear too.

cowkiller;7874798

i have one of these, absolutely superb tv for that price (paid about 30 … i have one of these, absolutely superb tv for that price (paid about 30 quid more for mine 4/5 months ago)as has been noted, it can be modded to play back divx and mkv, but it has it's limitations in that regard.i've found it can't play back DTS audio from mkv's, plus it only supports FAT32 formatted usb devices, which means the majority of hd movies you might wish to play via this method would have to be split to get around the 4gb filesize limit.but that's a minor issue really, as the quality of the set itself is top notch, very good picture and very crisp and clear too.



It doesn't support DTS, maybe it would if you hooked the tele up to a DTS decoding amp or something via optical out. However it does support NTFS, I have one and NTFS works fine for me. I can stick an 8GB HD MKV file through PopCorn MKV DTS converter, takes about 5 minutes and the audio plays fine! Here's a good guide on how to do it:

lgusb.wikispaces.com/

Cracking tele too, amazing quality and really good user interface.

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JoshMcc;7874290

Tempting, how does this compare to the Toshiba Regza 32RV635DB.Also they … Tempting, how does this compare to the Toshiba Regza 32RV635DB.Also they have the 32 "LH4000 of this @ richer sounds for £350, but its limited to certain stores and stock is low.



The toshiba has very low contrast and it supports HDMI 1.3 although 1.4 has come out now. Personally i would get the LH3000. People say why get a 1080p TV on a 32" but i think its worth the extra £50 to be future proof and i never settle for secound best :-D

And you can hack the USB port to play movies directly from the TV saving valuable PS3 power consumption.

Invisible Speaker System must be Witch craft looks like a cracking telly though wish i had the money mouth waters :thumbsup:

pippyj;7875138

It doesn't support DTS, maybe it would if you hooked the tele up to a DTS … It doesn't support DTS, maybe it would if you hooked the tele up to a DTS decoding amp or something via optical out. However it does support NTFS, I have one and NTFS works fine for me. I can stick an 8GB HD MKV file through PopCorn MKV DTS converter, takes about 5 minutes and the audio plays fine! Here's a good guide on how to do it:http://lgusb.wikispaces.com/Cracking tele too, amazing quality and really good user interface.



hmm, i shall have to try it again then, but i was sure it didn't read from my 16gb stick when it was ntfs format.

ta for the converter tip tho, have some rep

cowkiller;7878109

hmm, i shall have to try it again then, but i was sure it didn't read … hmm, i shall have to try it again then, but i was sure it didn't read from my 16gb stick when it was ntfs format.ta for the converter tip tho, have some rep



Got this TV for £329 in Currys sale, and the firmware is too recent to activate the usb port as mentioned and I don't fancy downgrading to an older firmware and all the bricking my TV risks involved.

Still I love this TV, the sound and picture are better than the 32" 1080p Samsung I have upstairs. Remote is a bit cheap though.

toaster;7878596

Got this TV for £329 in Currys sale, and the firmware is too recent to … Got this TV for £329 in Currys sale, and the firmware is too recent to activate the usb port as mentioned and I don't fancy downgrading to an older firmware and all the bricking my TV risks involved. Still I love this TV, the sound and picture are better than the 32" 1080p Samsung I have upstairs. Remote is a bit cheap though.



What Samsung model do u have? Thinking about getting this or splashing little more for the Samsung LE32B550..

[email protected];7884003

What Samsung model do u have? Thinking about getting this or splashing … What Samsung model do u have? Thinking about getting this or splashing little more for the Samsung LE32B550..



I've got the Samsung LE32B530 it's the cheapest 1080p model with 3hdmi and NO headphone socket. The one you mention is a step up in quality with more features and improved contrast , seems to get decent reviews anyway.

toaster;7878596

Got this TV for £329 in Currys sale, and the firmware is too recent to … Got this TV for £329 in Currys sale, and the firmware is too recent to activate the usb port as mentioned and I don't fancy downgrading to an older firmware and all the bricking my TV risks involved. Still I love this TV, the sound and picture are better than the 32" 1080p Samsung I have upstairs. Remote is a bit cheap though.



Same here, but firmware was fine downgrading it. If your firmware is too high to downgrade and upgrade, there are loads of different infra red devices you can use to enable the USB port without having to touch the firmware, thus no voiding the warranty

If you don't have a programmable infra red remote or device (even some mobile phones will do it) then as that wiki says, you can get one of these: fully8.com/ for about 10 euros and that will do the trick

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toaster;7885547

I've got the Samsung LE32B530 it's the cheapest 1080p model with 3hdmi … I've got the Samsung LE32B530 it's the cheapest 1080p model with 3hdmi and NO headphone socket. The one you mention is a step up in quality with more features and improved contrast , seems to get decent reviews anyway.



+ 10 dude! ordered one from ebuyer, chose free delivery (5 working days) arrived next day :thumbsup:

Can confirm that this TV is awesome! it is a huge difference from my 720p 32" Samsung! the features are awesome. You have a mode for gaming, a mode for sports, a mode for Cinema! and they all work beautifully ! I highly recommend this... no ghosting, no blur, just fab! 1080p is the way to go :thumbsup:

P.S I'm the OP

I asked for the deal to be unexpired and the link is for the correct TV now. Thanks mods. :thumbsup:

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Agharta;7926097

I asked for the deal to be unexpired and the link is for the correct TV … I asked for the deal to be unexpired and the link is for the correct TV now. Thanks mods. :thumbsup:



Thank you kind sir.

£339 at amazon.
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