LG 32LM3400 32in 3D Cinema TV (32 inch) - With 4 Pairs of 3D Glasses £279.99 @ Ebuyer express ebay  *Dropped another £10*
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LG 32LM3400 32in 3D Cinema TV (32 inch) - With 4 Pairs of 3D Glasses £279.99 @ Ebuyer express ebay *Dropped another £10*

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Found 4th Oct 2012
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Full HD 1080p 3D Cinema Screen
- LCD LED Backlit
- 3 HDMI + 1 USB
- Infinite Surround
- Wall Mountable

Display

32 inch Widescreen LED Backlit
Full HD (1080p) 3D Cinema
Model Number 32LM3400
Motion Clarity Index 100Hz
FPR (CINEMA 3D)
2D to 3D
3D to 2D
2D to 3D Depth control - 0~+20 (default : 10)
2D to 3D Viewpoint control - -10~+10 (default : 0)
3D Viewpoint control - -10~+10 (default : 0)
Dual Play
Audio

Audio Output 2 x 5W
Mono/Stereo/Dual (MTS/SAP)
1 Way 2 Speakers
Dolby MS10
Infinite Surround
5 modes ( Standard/Music/Cinema/Sport/Game)
Mute
Clear Voice
Power

Energy Consumption (kWh/year) 127kWh/Year
Energy Efficiency Class A
Energy Consumption 87 Watts
Tuner

Auto Tuning
Electronic Programme Guide - 8 Days
Integrated Digital (Freeview)
Teletext
Dimensons

W/O Stand 795.0 x 504.0 x 73.5
With Stand 795.0 x 568.0 x 207.0
Ports

Component Video In Socket
Headphone Socket
3 x HDMI
1 x Scart
PC Audio Input
USB 2.0 - Moving Picture Playback (SD/HD/Plus HD) - DivX HD / JPEG
RGB In (D-sub 15pin) - PC

720p, not 1080p
- martyn_3000
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reviews?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B007IYW176/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

These are from Amazon. Looks good...
TV is 720p (HD ready), not 1080p (full HD)

See tech spec on LG site

lg.com/uk/…-tv
Edited by: "martyn_3000" 4th Oct 2012
from my experience most of the slim leds which i think are edge lit have terrible contrast i much rather prefer the lcds which are back lit i have owned a panasonic plasma the g20 sony 40" lcd 40ex503 a 32es5500 and a 46" led smasung out of the lot the plasma panasonic is miles ahead the sony not far behind but i will never buy a led with edge lighting the pictures are just not right when the contrast is turned up people look like ghosts or the living dead
I suppose it is not a Smart TV - no built in wifi.
Normally I wouldn't really complain about an HD ready display for a 32 inch TV because it's not that noticable at long distance. However the Cinema 3D effect also reduces the resolution by HALF, effectively leaving only 1280x360 pixels which is a very far cry from the 1920x1080 resolution of Blu Ray 3D discs (or 1920x540 with a full-HD cinema 3D display).

Cinema 3D is great but I would highly recommend trying to find a full HD screen rather than an HD ready one.
Edited by: "Talicus" 4th Oct 2012
i just got the 42" version for £439 with a free Philips video sender,
1st time 3d'er but well impressed with the footy last night,replay of golf even better.
streams from my laptop very easy, not tried ps3 yet.
says full hd on tin? anyway, I'm impressed either way!
good price but want a bigger screen for my use
korky69

i just got the 42" version for £439 with a free Philips video sender, 1st … i just got the 42" version for £439 with a free Philips video sender, 1st time 3d'er but well impressed with the footy last night,replay of golf even better.streams from my laptop very easy, not tried ps3 yet.says full hd on tin? anyway, I'm impressed either way!good price but want a bigger screen for my use



The 42 inch version is 1080p but the 32 inch version is not.
[/quote]The 42 inch version is 1080p but the 32 inch version is not.[/quote]

pass on how it works then?
assumed the model number would be the same spec-ish, just the screen size number different?
either way, for general sky tv its all the same...eh?
i like the 42" either way,
dunno how long til i get bored of the 2d-3d conversion though has i don't wear glasses, one thing i never hear mentioned,
my eldest will no doubt try out 3d-gaming
Looking for a 3D Smart TV for £350-£400.
Around 40'' to 50''.

Any suggestions???
Dropped another £10
Here's the Which? review:

Which? score: 65%
Rated as a Best Buy


The LG 32LM3400 is a 32-inch 3D TV at quite a low price. It's a tempting entry into the world of home 3D, but how does the 3D perform? And are other everyday aspects of the LG 32LM3400 up to scratch? We sent it to our lab to find out.

Well the 3D is nothing to write home about, but overall, this TV is worth considering. It blends good picture and sound, with reasonable ease of use and impressed us enough to make it as a Best Buy. It's only serious drawback is the lack of Freeview HD tuner, opting instead for standard Freeview with no HD channels.
Good picture quality

The LG 32LM3400 is an HD-ready TV, not the higher resolution Full HD. This means HD video won't be quite as sharp as on Full HD TVs, though it's less of a problem on smaller TVs such as this. Indeed, HD picture impresses, there's plenty of detail and fast movement is very smooth, with none of the jerkiness you get on some TVs. Standard definition picture quality OK too, a little better than average.
Disappointing 3D picture

The LG, like many other LG 3D TVs, uses passive 3D technology. This is more basic than active 3D, but one key advantage is that the 3D glasses are cheaper. There are four with this TV.

Overall, 3D picture quality is OK at best. There's not as much fine detail as on the best 3D models, and the overall 3D effect looks soft. This brings the 3D score down somewhat.
Decent sound quality

Happily sound quality is better than most. There's more bass than on most TVs, for example, though dialogue and high frequencies don't sound realistic.

There's an optical digital output at the back for connecting the TV to a surround sound system. Like most TVs now, there aren't any dedicated stereo outputs, though.
Ease of use

Ease of use on the 32LM3400 is good on the whole. The instruction manual could be better designed though, with bigger diagrams and text, and better ordering.

The onscreen manual is rather clunky to use and lacks diagrams to help explain things. Unlike some LG and Samsung models, there are no links to the menu to change settings that you are reading about. These links can be useful.
Connecting the LG

Three HDMI ports adorn the LG 32LM3400, one of which is on the side for easy access. There's a single USB port viewing photos, but you can't use it for plugging in a hard disk and recording programmes. This PVR function is becoming more common now.

A Scart socket is available too, good for your standard definition equipment - an old video cassette recorder for example.
Energy use

The LG is cheap to run - about £9.50 over a year if you watch it for five hours a day and keep it in standby for the other 19 hours.

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Pros: Sound quality, picture quality is good on both HD and SD

Cons: 3D picture quality
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