Sharp LC-32HG5141K 32" Smart HD Ready LED TV £169 at Tesco
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Sharp LC-32HG5141K 32" Smart HD Ready LED TV £169 at Tesco

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Found 13th Oct
Was looking for a cheap 32" smart TV for a small bedroom... Argos cheapest is a Bush for £20 more so looks like a good deal to me!

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gguglani8112 m ago

We are in 4k world now and still they are selling hd ready and tge price …We are in 4k world now and still they are selling hd ready and tge price is not cheap even


4k world? It's an SD world, nearly HD, but nowhere near a 4k world.

Does it come with a free vhs player?
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This not the one that was 149 a week ago?

Bear in mind that "HD Ready" typically means it doesn't do 1080p, just 720p.

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Danze19845 m ago

This not the one that was 149 a week ago?


I looked at that one you mentioned the other week but don't think it was smart? Want Netflix etc

720p disgusting

dealraider5 m ago

I looked at that one you mentioned the other week but don't think it was …I looked at that one you mentioned the other week but don't think it was smart? Want Netflix etc


It was this one with a £20 off £100 spend on Tesco I believe.

Original Poster

Danze19843 m ago

It was this one with a £20 off £100 spend on Tesco I believe.


Ah ok, missed the voucher!

kickinkez8 m ago

720p disgusting

HD Ready still bring sold as we approach 2018? I'm genuinely shocked.

kickinkez9 m ago

720p disgusting


That's a bit strong! Would be fine for a student's room at uni or the kids' playroom.

We are in 4k world now and still they are selling hd ready and tge price is not cheap even

It's a 32" screen. Does 1080p even matter?

Last Black Friday I bought the 49" 1080p version of this TV for £199, luckily to give away as a gift!

It's awful, this won't be good, and of course in comparison is terrible value too (but I appreciate that nobody has a time machine etc.).

You would be MUCH better buying a 32" Samsung or LG for a little more (£200ish?) and using a Fire Stick or similar for Netflix.

gguglani8112 m ago

We are in 4k world now and still they are selling hd ready and tge price …We are in 4k world now and still they are selling hd ready and tge price is not cheap even


4k world? It's an SD world, nearly HD, but nowhere near a 4k world.

Always the same worms coming out the dirt.

Does it come with a free vhs player?

ammodevgun1 h, 35 m ago

It's a 32" screen. Does 1080p even matter?


Depends how close you are to the screen, in a bed room it often does.

kickinkez6 h, 40 m ago

720p disgusting

720p on a 32in will give simalar quality to 1080p on a 50in so not as bad on a 32in as people think.

The good news is that those that require higher resolutions can buy one, probably for more money.
So your choice is lower cost and lower resolution, higher cost and higher resolution.

isn't choice great?

Edged5 h, 41 m ago

720p on a 32in will give simalar quality to 1080p on a 50in so not as bad …720p on a 32in will give simalar quality to 1080p on a 50in so not as bad on a 32in as people think.


Definitely wont 🤣

Jeez I got my son a
720p 32 inch tv 2 Xmas ago for 99 quid. How on earth have they gone up so much in cost ?
Tesco sell off tv's at this time of year cheap. Next few weeks last years models should be half price on some.

kickinkez18 h, 22 m ago

Definitely wont 🤣

The dpi is almost the same so I don't understand what your talking about, same dpi means same quality.

Edged16 m ago

The dpi is almost the same so I don't understand what your talking about, …The dpi is almost the same so I don't understand what your talking about, same dpi means same quality.


The difference between a decent size tv on full hd and the other on 720p not hard...

kickinkez13 h, 18 m ago

The difference between a decent size tv on full hd and the other on 720p …The difference between a decent size tv on full hd and the other on 720p not hard...

The pixel size will be the same because a 50in is so much bigger so is will not make that big a difference if any that's why they now make 4k and 5k and even 8k tvs.
That's why dpi is more important in fact a 32in 720p has a dpi of 47 while a 50in 1080p only has a dpi of 44 so the 32in will give a sharper picture at the same viewing distance, some people just see a bigger numder.
Edited by: "Edged" 15th Oct

Edged2 h, 52 m ago

The pixel size will be the same because a 50in is so much bigger so is …The pixel size will be the same because a 50in is so much bigger so is will not make that big a difference if any that's why they now make 4k and 5k and even 8k tvs.That's why dpi is more important in fact a 32in 720p has a dpi of 47 while a 50in 1080p only has a dpi of 44 so the 32in will give a sharper picture at the same viewing distance, some people just see a bigger numder.


Plug it into a games console then you see the quality difference!

kickinkez6 h, 22 m ago

Plug it into a games console then you see the quality difference!

That all depends on how close you sit, the motion rate also plays a bigger part than pixel count too on sharpness, if it's poor fps and so on it will look blurry no matter if you have 8k, I play my ps4 pro on a samsung 32in 768p which all 32in tvs really are and not the lower 720p on the box and because the motion rate is very high it stays sharp no matter what I play and remember some tvs like the samsung have a games mode which makes it much better, 1080p doesn't mean 1080p once motion starts, once playing a fast game the pixel count can drop as low as 720p on a 50in which will look rubbish.

Edged5 h, 13 m ago

That all depends on how close you sit, the motion rate also plays a bigger …That all depends on how close you sit, the motion rate also plays a bigger part than pixel count too on sharpness, if it's poor fps and so on it will look blurry no matter if you have 8k, I play my ps4 pro on a samsung 32in 768p which all 32in tvs really are and not the lower 720p on the box and because the motion rate is very high it stays sharp no matter what I play and remember some tvs like the samsung have a games mode which makes it much better, 1080p doesn't mean 1080p once motion starts, once playing a fast game the pixel count can drop as low as 720p on a 50in which will look rubbish.


Ok rest your case apparently 720p is better than 1080p 🏻👏🏻👏🏻

kickinkez7 h, 32 m ago

Ok rest your case apparently 720p is better than 1080p Ok rest your case apparently 720p is better than 1080p 🏻👏🏻👏🏻


Only on a smaller screen

Edged3 h, 11 m ago

Only on a smaller screen


Which is a pointless statement

kickinkez21 h, 37 m ago

Which is a pointless statement

It is if you don't understand it I'll give you that...

Edged3 h, 8 m ago

It is if you don't understand it I'll give you that...


32" on 720p or 32" 1080p no difference ok doesn't matter what size tv that's irrelevant

kickinkez7 h, 47 m ago

32" on 720p or 32" 1080p no difference ok doesn't matter what size tv …32" on 720p or 32" 1080p no difference ok doesn't matter what size tv that's irrelevant

Yep let's just leave it at that
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