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LG Electronics 32LE4500 32" Full HD LED TV £360inc Delivery @ Dabs
LG Electronics 32LE4500 32" Full HD LED TV £360inc Delivery @ Dabs

LG Electronics 32LE4500 32" Full HD LED TV £360inc Delivery @ Dabs

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Highlights of the LG Electronics 32LE4500 32" Full HD LED TV

32" LED Display
1080p HD
USB port
Freeview
4 HDMI ports

Specs:
Diagonal Size (inches)32 in
TechnologyLED
HD: Standard 1080p (FullHD)
HDMI Inputs: 4
Interface: HDMI, SCART, Component
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Integrated Tuner Analogue & Freeview
Picture Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Contrast Ratio: 2,000,000:1
Usb 2.0 Connectivit: yes
Dimensions: (Wxhxd)786 x 559 x 221
Weight: 11.2kg

26 Comments

prices on theses things are in freefall. hot deal!!!

boggydweller

prices on theses things are in freefall. hot deal!!!



Not sure that the LED ones are falling so fast - this is excellent.

Original Poster

they're always going down, but i guess its as good a deal as any. amazon have put their price up:

amazon.co.uk/gp/…6A4

I placed an order for this @ Amazon recently when they reduced it to £349 but cancelled to buy the Samsung 32" full HD from Bestbuy for £254.

Voted hot!

"LED" lmao, that makes me laugh

Just waiting for the first gimp to come along and say "its not actually LED, its just LED backlit"

Yeah we know, so go away!!!

Banned

Good deal!
Edited by: "speedy1477" 9th Jan 2011

stezo2k

"LED" lmao, that makes me laugh



Huh, why?

I do like a DVI or PC input on a TV though

I posted the 32LE4900 recently which was voted freezing cold, albeit another £100 but for another £100 I think HD freeview and 100 Htz is worth it....more HD channels will follow soon..... Hot anyway.

I have a similar LG model and they are very good. LG doesn't make the brightest of the LED TVs but it's not exactly poor lit either. To be honest I couldn't be happier of my purchase, it even reads MKV files and there are a lot of settings you can fiddle with. The freeview is practical to use and audio is excellent too.
£350 is an excellent price, I paid the same for mine but it was a 720p HD model

Edited by: "toastie" 9th Jan 2011

make sure you have external speakers as the sound on all leds is rubbish

spenspuma

Just waiting for the first gimp to come along and say "its not actually … Just waiting for the first gimp to come along and say "its not actually LED, its just LED backlit"Yeah we know, so go away!!!



It's Neither..... it's Edgelit! LOL


Edited by: "SteadyEddy" 9th Jan 2011

In case anyone feels the urge to play with their set and turn on/off explore features...

The password for the service menu is 0413

Original Poster

spenspuma

Just waiting for the first gimp to come along and say "its not actually … Just waiting for the first gimp to come along and say "its not actually LED, its just LED backlit"Yeah we know, so go away!!!



Just adding to this comment, wiki entry:

"It is not a true LED display but is often called "LED TV" by some manufacturers.[3] The use of LED backlighting has a dramatic impact, resulting in a thinner panel, less power consumption and heat dissipation, and a brighter display with better contrast levels. It does not affect the image quality"

SteadyEddy

It's Neither..... it's Edgelit! LOL



It's backlit, to all intents and purposes. The edge-mounted LEDs are still placed behind the panel. The lighting has to emanate from behind the LCD panel to produce even lighting (via a diffuser panel that exists between the LCD panel and the edge-mounted backlight).
Edited by: "ElliottC" 9th Jan 2011

ElliottC

It's backlit, to all intents and purposes. The edge-mounted LEDs are … It's backlit, to all intents and purposes. The edge-mounted LEDs are still placed behind the panel. The lighting has to emanate from behind the LCD panel to produce even lighting (via a diffuser panel that exists between the LCD panel and the edge-mounted backlight).

Yeah, even lighting, which is always on. It doesn't give the benefits of a fully LED backlit TV as it doesn't localise brightness to give greater contrast.

Rubisco

Yeah, even lighting, which is always on. It doesn't give the benefits of … Yeah, even lighting, which is always on. It doesn't give the benefits of a fully LED backlit TV as it doesn't localise brightness to give greater contrast.



gaaah I am tired of this, ffs. No, it isn't as good as a Full Array LED TV, but it is lit with LEDs so its a f****** LED TV!! Just because there is another kind of TV which also uses LED called a full array LED TV does NOT mean that this one is not an LED TV.

What is this one partially lit by LEDs? Is there some other mysterious light source that we are not aware of.


Edited by: "jamesdew" 10th Jan 2011

Candles!

LED or not, the picture on these is terrible. I would urge you to go an look at one and compare to the equivilent Samsung sets before you buy

A2HGO

LED or not, the picture on these is terrible. I would urge you to go an … LED or not, the picture on these is terrible. I would urge you to go an look at one and compare to the equivilent Samsung sets before you buy



They have the 37" in Sainsburys currently and it looks great...

nidawson

Huh, why?



It's an LCD TV with an LED backlight, calling a TV an "LED TV" is false advertising

dont know about false advertising, but a marketing ploy it definitely is!

nidawson

They have the 37" in Sainsburys currently and it looks great...



Ive only seen the 42" LG on display and next to a Samsung 40" was like watching SD over HD, prehaps worse. No matter how much I played with the settings it didn't make it any better. Although with nothing, or a lesser TV to compare to, you'd think the picture was great.
Edited by: "A2HGO" 11th Jan 2011
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