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LG M227WD 22" HD 1080P Digital LCD TV/Monitor for £199.99 + 15% back in account credit = £170 @ CDiscount + 4.5% Quidco on top of that.
LG M227WD 22" HD 1080P Digital LCD TV/Monitor for £199.99 + 15% back in account credit = £170 @ CDiscount + 4.5% Quidco on top of that.

LG M227WD 22" HD 1080P Digital LCD TV/Monitor for £199.99 + 15% back in account credit = £170 @ CDiscount + 4.5% Quidco on top of that.

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saw this monitor/t.v for a steal price and thought it was worth spreading the word. with the amount of connections that this thing has, it could easily be the hub of an entertainment set up... 1080P GUYS! and its also wall mountable with a built in freeview tuner, and yes, i've just ordered one. hope this doesnt go cold. :-)

2xHDMI
Component (Y/Pb/Pr)
2xScart
S-Video
PC
DVI
Composite (L/R)

next best price i saw was £182.16 @ Lambdatek but thats before a hefty delivery charge, and after the account credits that Cdiscount give you,thats roughly £30 back in account credit + £9 from quidco. this price doesnt even come close.

use voucher for free delivery, or add £1 more to get it express.

hope this helps someone.

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there's no indication of the 15% cash back on the order, is that right?

Voted hot, BTW.

Original Poster

the 15% back is on the main page, and i think it ends tonight at 6pm. they usually credit your account with a voucher before the end of the month. i've brought so much stuff from cdiscount, i've taken advantage of this 15% a few times. my bank balance isnt to pleased with me about it though.

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shakallis;4692987

the 15% back is on the main page, and i think it ends tonight at 6pm. … the 15% back is on the main page, and i think it ends tonight at 6pm. they usually credit your account with a voucher before the end of the month. i've brought so much stuff from cdiscount, i've taken advantage of this 15% a few times. my bank balance isnt to pleased with me about it though.



Can I use that account balance to pay off some payments from the "3Discount" option?

Theres also this sammy for £10 more - ]here - not full HD though, but on a 22" who cares!

the1C3MAN;4693250

Theres also this sammy for £10 more - ]here - not full HD though, but on … Theres also this sammy for £10 more - ]here - not full HD though, but on a 22" who cares!


People with a PS3, people who don't want digital undersampling on their picture, people who can use the LG's extra sockets and people who know LG are just as good as Samsung when it comes to LCD monitor sized screens?

Edit: Order placed, thanks OP, had my eye on one of these. Heated.

Great price, my 22LG3000 which is similar (but more TV orientated rather than Monitor) cost £300! Though that was a good few months ago now.

joylove;4693354

People with a PS3, people who don't want digital undersampling on their … People with a PS3, people who don't want digital undersampling on their picture, people who can use the LG's extra sockets and people who know LG are just as good as Samsung when it comes to LCD monitor sized screens?Edit: Order placed, thanks OP, had my eye on one of these. Heated.



I have to agree with that, the HD quality on my LG is amazing. The SD via scart is pretty dreadful but I'd imagine its the same with others (e.g. any writing on the screen is initially blurry then sharpens in a second or two, not a huge deal but very annoying on things like news tickers).

can someone please tell me the difference in getting a lcd monitor with built in freeview etc, compared to getting a lcd tv as their seems to be a price differnce, but i want to know if the lcd monitor/tv can be used as a everyday tv?

Original Poster

you can use this as an everyday t.v no problem. its got all the connections that a regular t.v has... and then some. ;-)

i have the M228WD which is basically the same but only 1 HDMI and i think its a great tv

i got it for £250 in dec 2007 when it first came out

i use it only for 360 and would highly recommend it to anyone for a bedroom/ small room etc

bigbob909;4694271

i have the M228WD which is basically the same but only 1 HDMI and i think … i have the M228WD which is basically the same but only 1 HDMI and i think its a great tvi got it for £250 in dec 2007 when it first came outi use it only for 360 and would highly recommend it to anyone for a bedroom/ small room etc



Slightly off topic, but, I have that one as well, but it stopped working end of Feb, just over a year since I bought it, so couldn't get a straight swap from Dabs, and had to send it away for repair as the 'monitor' is within its 36 months warranty.

The bad thing is that LG seem to have outsourced their repairs/warranty dept, so it with some company called Invec Solutions - I have called once a week since the collected, and they're still "waiting on parts from LG" - I am not happy :-(

3 weeks later, and still no TV :cry:

Jarvo;4694565

Slightly off topic, but, I have that one as well, but it stopped working … Slightly off topic, but, I have that one as well, but it stopped working end of Feb, just over a year since I bought it, so couldn't get a straight swap from Dabs, and had to send it away for repair as the 'monitor' is within its 36 months warranty.The bad thing is that LG seem to have outsourced their repairs/warranty dept, so it with some company called Invec Solutions - I have called once a week since the collected, and they're still "waiting on parts from LG" - I am not happy :-(3 weeks later, and still no TV :cry:



Thats what I have and it doesn't sound good...

Recently, the TV has been losing the signal (mainly off HDMI but occasionally off scart) for a second, and it crashes around once a month (something I've never known a TV/monitor to do before).

Neither are particulary disruptive but I am concerned its on the way out...

1080p only comes into play with a 40/42" Screen unless you are going to sit a foot away from the TV, the Human eye cannot tell the difference between 1080p and 720p at this screen size (22") still a good price and gets a HOT from me.

dejonge3;4694722

1080p only comes into play with a 40/42" Screen unless you are going to … 1080p only comes into play with a 40/42" Screen unless you are going to sit a foot away from the TV, the Human eye cannot tell the difference between 1080p and 720p at this screen size (22") .


But it’s a monitor as well so the extra resolution is very welcome and useable; not disputing your 1080P observation.

How does the 15% work?

no mention of this offer on front page (15% cashback), has it expired?

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