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LG 32LK6200PLA LED HDR Full HD 1080p Smart TV, 32" with Freeview Play/Freesat HD, 5 year warranty £219.95 delivered @ John Lewis & Partners
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LG 32LK6200PLA LED HDR Full HD 1080p Smart TV, 32" with Freeview Play/Freesat HD, 5 year warranty £219.95 delivered @ John Lewis & Partners

£219.95£245.9911%John Lewis & Partners Deals
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Refreshed 11th Apr (Posted 9th Apr)
As above.

Appears to be a good price, 5 Year warranty, looks good for the bedroom.

Full HD - not to be confused with lower quality 720p ‘ HD ready’ nor 4K which isn’t available on 32” screen size

Might help somebody..

Featuring the award-winning LG smart platform webOS, the LK6200 offers a huge range of online entertainment and a crystal clear Full HD picture with Active HDR. LG’s Dynamic Colour Enhancer delivers a viewing experience of rich colour, contrast and clarity, while Virtual Surround Plus makes your viewing even more immersive. It’s compatible with LG’s nifty Magic Remote (sold separately) which also opens up the voice interaction possibilities of the brand’s Thinq AI. And with two USB and three HDMI ports, this is the fully-connected, complete home entertainment hub for all the family.

HDR
HDR deepens your view and shows shades previously unseen in home entertainment. Expanding light, dark and every colour in between to extraordinary new levels, this model’s picture gets closer to real life. With active HDR, this set supports multiple HDR formats so you’ll get the full, glorious HDR treatment.

Fabulous Full HD
The LK6200 displays a picture that is crisp, clear and beautifully lifelike. Displayed in 1080p Full HD resolution, it creates an immersive TV experience of rich detail and lush colour.

Features:

Dynamic Colour Enhancer: advanced image processing enhances colour, contrast and clarity for a more engaging viewing experience with amazing, dynamic picture quality.

Virtual Surround Plus: multi-channel 10W sound uses special software to create a surround sound effect. Lose yourself in a broad and immersive sound scape.

Thinq AI: bringing the intelligence and convenience of voice interaction to the living room, this Thinq AI TV can listen, think and respond to your questions. Please note, LG’s Magic Remote (sold separately) is required to use Thinq AI features.

Seamless webOS Smart Platform
Revolutionising the way you watch and experience entertainment on your LG TV is the award-winning Smart TV webOS platform. Delivering a simple connection, simple switching and simple discovery, there is more entertainment available than ever before. You can stream Sky Movies or Sports through NOW TV, Netflix or Amazon content, the latest movies and TV from Google Play and TalkTalk TV stores and even music from Spotify or YouTube.*

Google Assistant Built-In
This Thinq AI TV has Google Assistant Built-In so you can get answers to questions while you’re watching TV. You can also control compatible smart devices, and check your Google photos or Google Calendar on the TV screen (Google sign-in required). It also works with Amazon Alexa devices (sold separately). LG’s Magic Remote (sold separately) is required to use Thinq AI voice interaction features.

Freeview Play
This LG TV features Freeview Play. Combining catch-up TV, on-demand services and live television, watching what you want, when you want, is now easier than ever. It’s free from subscription and is compatible with existing broadband services too. Services such as BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4 and Demand 5 are also available without having to open specific applications. This gives effortless scroll back so you never miss a second of your favourite shows.

Sleek Modern Design
Finished with an attractive 2-pole stand, the minimal elegance of the pebble grey and silky white bezel enhances the viewing experience and completes a contemporary, modern look.

Perfect partners
With TVs getting slimmer and built-in speakers getting smaller, choosing the right sound system is more important than ever. Soundbars enhance your TV’s sound quality and add that extra audio punch to all your movies, games and TV programmes. More affordable and easier to set up than a full size speaker system, they don’t compromise on quality either.
Take a look at our full range of soundbars.

Don’t forget...
If you want to connect your TV to a blu-ray player, games console, soundbar or soundbase then you’ll need a HDMI cable.
View our collection of cables & connections

And if you’re looking to elevate your viewing experience with cable management, then why not take a look at our wall mounts and TV stands.

*Some services may require subscription (sold separately)

Please note: A Smart TV is a platform that can run 3rd party Apps. 3rd party content providers may remove Apps from the Smart TV platform or stop supporting them at any time, and we cannot guarantee an App’s availability. When new Smart TV products are launched, there may also be a delay before certain Apps become available. Availability of Apps is not included within the terms of the manufacturer’s warranty, or the John Lewis 2-year Guarantee for audio visual products, or the 5-year Guarantee for TVs.

Delivery information: If you buy a sound bar or DVD/Blu-ray player along with this TV, please note that they’ll be delivered separately.
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118luke09/04/2019 22:01

This would go scortching if it was 4k 32" - 4k TVs dont exist annoyingly. …This would go scortching if it was 4k 32" - 4k TVs dont exist annoyingly. Instead you are ripped off and forced to pay over the odds for a monitor.


Your eyes could not tell the difference between a 1080p and a 4K in a 32" TV
I got this recently, great TV with both Freeview and Freesat built in, along with Alexa and Google assistant support, easiest set to stream to using any number of apps, and in white it fits in perfectly with the rest of out kitchen. Besides the mushy lg remote (not a magic one) it's a brilliant set and sound is decent if lacking in bass as is most flat screens but there are alot more TVs with less bass than this one plus it has a multitude of soundstages for wall mounted or on a stand plus the fully customisable EQ.

It also has Bluetooth so you can hook up a Bluetooth soundbar if you wanted to without the need for cables. And no you won't notice the difference between this and 4k it's a 32inch screen, no it won't do as a monitor but as a TV it's a cracker
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Shame it's a 4k. But heat given .
Brilliant TV great picture, only con are those wide stands.
For little more, buy 4k. Cold
sam_of_london6 m ago

For little more, buy 4k. Cold


No 4k in 32"!
sam_of_london09/04/2019 21:52

For little more, buy 4k. Cold


Find me a 32" 4k TV please, genuinely. Ive been searching for a couple of years now. (Not a 32" 4k monitor)
Too much bezel for me
greenyblades09/04/2019 21:22

32 inch in 4k?


This would go scortching if it was 4k 32" - 4k TVs dont exist annoyingly. Instead you are ripped off and forced to pay over the odds for a monitor.
118luke09/04/2019 22:01

This would go scortching if it was 4k 32" - 4k TVs dont exist annoyingly. …This would go scortching if it was 4k 32" - 4k TVs dont exist annoyingly. Instead you are ripped off and forced to pay over the odds for a monitor.


Your eyes could not tell the difference between a 1080p and a 4K in a 32" TV
118luke11 m ago

This would go scortching if it was 4k 32" - 4k TVs dont exist annoyingly. …This would go scortching if it was 4k 32" - 4k TVs dont exist annoyingly. Instead you are ripped off and forced to pay over the odds for a monitor.


At least it has some basic HDR. I think at this sort of size and price range, HDR is more important than 4k.

I think this is the best 32" set around without going into silly prices.
118luke23 m ago

Find me a 32" 4k TV please, genuinely. Ive been searching for a couple of …Find me a 32" 4k TV please, genuinely. Ive been searching for a couple of years now. (Not a 32" 4k monitor)


I keep asking him the same thing every single time when he makes this comment about a 32 inch. Never got an answer. I think he has templates with his answers:). There are no 32 inch 4k.
Good price but if you are interested, check the price for this model on pricespy, at least 2 sellers have this cheaper. I've tried to post a deal, £201, but HUKD did not allow the seller as it was never on HUKD. Two sellers were UK based, another seller had it for under £200 but was from Spain.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 9th Apr
sheffield78809/04/2019 22:26

Good price but if you are interested, check the price for this model on …Good price but if you are interested, check the price for this model on pricespy, at least 2 sellers have this cheaper. I've tried to post a deal, £201, but HUKD did not allow the seller as it was never on HUKD. Two sellers were UK based, another seller had it for under £200 but was from Spain.


Interesting, although the JL warranty outweighs any other sellers especially anything from Spain.
Just had a look on pricespy thingy and can’t see it cheaper then John Lewis - others that are selling it are more expensive and reviews are awful.

Can’t blame HUKD for not allowing dodgy sellers with dodgy reviews.
Edited by: "PennyTrader" 9th Apr
I got this recently, great TV with both Freeview and Freesat built in, along with Alexa and Google assistant support, easiest set to stream to using any number of apps, and in white it fits in perfectly with the rest of out kitchen. Besides the mushy lg remote (not a magic one) it's a brilliant set and sound is decent if lacking in bass as is most flat screens but there are alot more TVs with less bass than this one plus it has a multitude of soundstages for wall mounted or on a stand plus the fully customisable EQ.

It also has Bluetooth so you can hook up a Bluetooth soundbar if you wanted to without the need for cables. And no you won't notice the difference between this and 4k it's a 32inch screen, no it won't do as a monitor but as a TV it's a cracker
PennyTrader09/04/2019 22:36

Interesting, although the JL warranty outweighs any other sellers …Interesting, although the JL warranty outweighs any other sellers especially anything from Spain.Just had a look on pricespy thingy and can’t see it cheaper then John Lewis - others that are selling it are more expensive and reviews are awful.Can’t blame HUKD for not allowing dodgy sellers with dodgy reviews.


I will not risk to get it from Spain too. The other sellers were UK based, one had it for £201, another one for £203. Perhaps HUKD has good reasons not to allow these sellers here, however their comment was these sellers were never on HUKD, so they need to look into this. The sellers were genuine, but you never know. My search was a week ago.
With regards to full HD, sorry, my fault, the LG610BPLP looks the same like this one, and is advertised as full HD. The resolution is 1366x768, which is not really full HD. I've erased that comment. And voted hot too:), I nearly got this TV last week.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 9th Apr
sheffield78809/04/2019 22:54

I will not risk to get it from Spain too. The other sellers were UK based, …I will not risk to get it from Spain too. The other sellers were UK based, one had it for £201, another one for £203. Perhaps HUKD has good reasons not to allow these sellers here, however their comment was these sellers were never on HUKD, so they need to look into this. The sellers were genuine, but you never know. My search was a week ago.With regards to full HD, sorry, my fault, the LG610BPLP looks the same like this one, and is advertised as full HD. The resolution is 1366x768, which is not really full HD. I've erased that comment. And voted hot too:), I nearly got this TV last week.


No worries, a lot of sellers claim to be UK based hitting UK shopping sites but that by no means can be seen to be true, a lot of amazon sellers for example are notorious for it ( eBay too ) and yet it tends to go unnoticed or even ignored.

Google is a great place to find the best price but the price you see isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be, hence John Lewis for this deal in particular, after all its £200 ish whichever way you look at it and that to most myself included isn’t worth the risk for the sake of a £10 or £20 saving.
PennyTrader17 m ago

No worries, a lot of sellers claim to be UK based hitting UK shopping …No worries, a lot of sellers claim to be UK based hitting UK shopping sites but that by no means can be seen to be true, a lot of amazon sellers for example are notorious for it ( eBay too ) and yet it tends to go unnoticed or even ignored.Google is a great place to find the best price but the price you see isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be, hence John Lewis for this deal in particular, after all its £200 ish whichever way you look at it and that to most myself included isn’t worth the risk for the sake of a £10 or £20 saving.


Agree, this is why I voted hot. I don't think the sellers were dodgy, but weren't the typical Currys, JL, etc. Worth to pay £20 extra for pace of mind and longer warranty.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 9th Apr
just ordered. got £10 off with company discount perks
Nearly picked this up in store for this price last week but i feel it has an ugly bezel, not just thick but slightly curved inwards. I guess everyone has different tastes.
TMagic09/04/2019 23:30

just ordered. got £10 off with company discount perks


What perks site?
mrArcher10 h, 15 m ago

Your eyes could not tell the difference between a 1080p and a 4K in a 32" …Your eyes could not tell the difference between a 1080p and a 4K in a 32" TV

Unless you use it like a mobile phone, 1 foot away.

You never know, some people may.
I would urge not to buy this - I returned this within a day. No headphone socket, so my Harmon Kardon soundsticks had nowhere to plug in. Bought an Optical to Headphone convertor from Amazon and it didn't like that either. Picture quality was too dark, whichever mode I chose. Plus the onscreen TV guide was alway "Loading...." when I scrolled down. You also can't access all of the features of the TV unless you buy an LG "Magic remote" which is an extra £30 - £40.

Luckily I had a John Lewis near me and took it back in person and when I saw it in the showroom compared to others it looked awful. I ended up happily paying another £80 for the Sony Bravia Full HD version, which looks amazing (my LG was £250, already reduced, so looks like they reduced the price again...hmm).

All in all, this is a shoddy looking TV trying to be too clever. I still wanted to buy one from JL though, as the 5 year guarantee is important to me.
Inflated price from what was on general sale for under £200 up until a couple of weeks ago, but you get the warranty.
It's got a chunky funky Apple homage look going on with it's white/grey plastics.
It's a bedroom or study TV set. Not something you're going to watch blockbusters on.

For ~£280 when on promotion (has been on for 3 times in the last month and a half), LG's 43UK6500PLA is a better bet.
Got two of these in our house, both in kids rooms and never had a complaint from either. Yes they are not the most pleasant on the eye but seem to perform well and a reasonable price, full HD free view Netflix amazon and other tv apps. Can’t complain really.
TopTrump10/04/2019 12:22

Inflated price from what was on general sale for under £200 up until a …Inflated price from what was on general sale for under £200 up until a couple of weeks ago, but you get the warranty.It's got a chunky funky Apple homage look going on with it's white/grey plastics.It's a bedroom or study TV set. Not something you're going to watch blockbusters on.For ~£280 when on promotion (has been on for 3 times in the last month and a half), LG's 43UK6500PLA is a better bet.


:/ Best price I have seen them in a long time. (And I have been watching since Christmas) They have been consistent in price since then and a recent drop by curry’s was only to this price anyway.
Edited by: "markeas" 10th Apr
markeas10/04/2019 12:25

:/ Best price I have seen them in a long time. (And I have been watching …:/ Best price I have seen them in a long time. (And I have been watching since Christmas) They have been consistent in price since then and a recent drop by curry’s was only to this price anyway.


Fair enough. I spotted the darker grey model (LG 32LK6100) for £197 about a month ago at the same time I justified spending £80 more for the 43" model I mentioned.

As an aside, I just spotted an article from May 2018 - this set was £400 then?! Insane how quickly the perceived worth in these things just erodes.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 10th Apr
TopTrump10/04/2019 12:30

Fair enough. I spotted the darker grey model (LG 32LK6100) for £197 about …Fair enough. I spotted the darker grey model (LG 32LK6100) for £197 about a month ago at the same time I justified spending £80 more for the 43" model I mentioned.As an aside, I just spotted an article from May 2018 - this set was £400 then?! Insane how quickly the perceived worth in these things just erodes.


Wish I had seen that price, ended up paying more then the £219 I did for the first one as it was for a child’s present and it had to be the same (don’t you just hate when things aren’t reduced when you need them to be).

£400 wow!!
I have this TV, i'm not impressed, its quite bulky by todays standards, both with the bezel and how deep it is.

Its major plus point is that it has Amazon Video as well as Netflix.

It wakes on HDMI (from sky) but bizzarely defaults to freeview so you have to change source.

I think with HDR it just turns up the brightness setting nothing more, wish id paid extra for the sony
Ts18996 h, 19 m ago

What perks site?


It's like quidco but we get instant vouchers etc and its 5% off John Lewis
mrArcher09/04/2019 22:11

Your eyes could not tell the difference between a 1080p and a 4K in a 32" …Your eyes could not tell the difference between a 1080p and a 4K in a 32" TV


Total rubbish
sparklehedgehog10/04/2019 15:46

Total rubbish


Have a read of this Mr Hog Can the Human Eye See the Difference Between 1080p and 4K?

"Most experts agree that the minimum screen size to be able to enjoy 4K without having to sit too close is 42 inches"

And this calculator shows that for a 32" TV you would have to sit no further away than aproximatly 4ft to see any difference to 1080p, which IMO is far too close for most people.

Screen size / distance / resolution calculator
Edited by: "mrArcher" 10th Apr
mrArcher10/04/2019 16:31

Have a read of this Mr Hog Can the Human Eye See the Difference Between …Have a read of this Mr Hog Can the Human Eye See the Difference Between 1080p and 4K?"Most experts agree that the minimum screen size to be able to enjoy 4K without having to sit too close is 42 inches"And this calculator shows that for a 32" TV you would have to sit no further away than aproximatly 4ft to see any difference to 1080p, which IMO is far too close for most people.Screen size / distance / resolution calculator


Most not all and you said you can’t see a difference, you clearly can but most can’t at sensible distances. That’s different
sparklehedgehog1 h, 7 m ago

Most not all and you said you can’t see a difference, you clearly can but m …Most not all and you said you can’t see a difference, you clearly can but most can’t at sensible distances. That’s different


Whatever.... You know exactly that I mean and you know I'm right, but if it makes you happy to be so pedantic then go ahead.

Bottom line no need for a 4K 32" TV
32in is very small nowadays, prob stick one in the back of the van
mrArcher9th Apr

Your eyes could not tell the difference between a 1080p and a 4K in a 32" …Your eyes could not tell the difference between a 1080p and a 4K in a 32" TV


Seems rather irrelevant on a site like this where people argue about 8bit+FRC vs 10bit panels when we could manage just fine with 7 bit seeing as the vast majority of us can only distinguish around half the 7bit RGB colour range.
I’ve got the charcoal version of this telly for the kids to play Nintendo Switch on and great PQ. Also, the smarts on this telly are pretty good: Now TV, Prime, Netflix etc... you can even hook up a Bluetooth speaker for better sound.
All in, a great telly if you’re on the market for such a thing.
Edited by: "po_man" 11th Apr
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