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LG 32LH7000 32" Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Bluetooth & USB Port - £399.95 @ RGB Direct
LG 32LH7000 32" Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Bluetooth & USB Port - £399.95 @ RGB Direct

LG 32LH7000 32" Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Bluetooth & USB Port - £399.95 @ RGB Direct

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LG 32LH7000 Features:

- The LH7000 boasts advanced features like an ultra-slim design and HD-Ready 1080p resolution.

- With 100Hz TruMotion, Bluetooth® capability, and an advanced USB 2.0 port to fully experience the very best in High Definition entertainment.

- TruMotion 100Hz can reduce blurring on fast moving scenes by displaying one hundred images per second.

- HD Ready 1080p (Full HD) provides 1920 x 1080p picture resolution delivering incredible picture clarity and vibrant colours.

- Intelligent Sensor 2 automatically adjusts picture quality based on viewing environment, to optimise picture and reduce your energy bill.

- Display: 500cd/m2 Brightness / 80,000:1 Contrast Ratio / TruMotion / 60,000 Hours Life Span

- Video: 8 Modes Aspect Ratio Correction / Just Scan / Eye Care / AV Mode

- Audio: 7W X 2 Audio Output / 2 Way 4 Speakers / Dolby Digital Decoder / SRS Trussurond / 5 Modes Sound Status / Clear Voice II

- Special Features: Engine / Intelligent Sensor / 8 Days EPG / Bluetooth / e-Manual / Quick View

- Special Features: Parental Control & Child Lock / Sub Title / SimpLink / Image Control / Clock On-Off & Sleep Timers

- Connections: CI Slot (side) / RF & AV In / 2 X Scart / Component In / Digital Audio Out (optical)

- Connections: 4 X HDMI Inputs / D-sub 15 Pin & PC Audio Inputs / USB / Headphone Out

- Dimensions (w/o stand): 803(w) X 584.2(h) X 75(d)mm / 11.6kg

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Pre-order, not yet in-stock.

Good price thou

Nice TV. I have the 32LH5000 and no complaints. Plays everything straight from the USB including .mkv so I assume this will too.

I have the 42" - lovely screen paid £750

I've asked this on avforums; no reply yet. My mum got the LG 37LH2000, apparently you can activate the USB slot if you go in the service menu, but if it's changed to a certain firmware you brick the TV. Anyone know how to do it?

The current firmware on her TV is 3.63. My post here: avforums.com/for…tml

Thanks if anyone can help!!
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