*UPDATED* LG 32” LED TV 32LH510B at Sky NOW £100 with code
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*UPDATED* LG 32” LED TV 32LH510B at Sky NOW £100 with code

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Edited by:"masterruckus"Found 19th Nov
LG’s LH510B delivers a sharp HD Ready display and a suite of features perfect for the family. This set features LG’s colour-boosting Triple engine to deliver beautiful home viewing and a host of visual and audio enhancements. It’s finished with metallic frame and two-pole stand to treat your living room to an all-round visual entertainment feast.

£100 with code tech20

Aditional info at LG website lg.com/uk/…10B

Audio Audio Output / Speaker System (WF : Woofer) 6W / 2ch Surround Mode Virtual surround Clear Voice Clear Voice Sound Mode Yes 6 modes (Standard, Cinema, Clear Voice, Sport, Music, Game)
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Just note this is only 720p not full 1080p
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please explain where to buy from maybe a link?

I got the lg one free with sky not a bad tv for the bedroom

Looks alright for £125, and perfect for the bedroom.

Just note this is only 720p not full 1080p

Not smart, but still a great price

I need a TV of this size, but with 1080p, for not much more than £200.
Any recommendations?

Destard9 m ago

I need a TV of this size, but with 1080p, for not much more than £200.Any …I need a TV of this size, but with 1080p, for not much more than £200.Any recommendations?




This is £219.99 - saw it in my local Currys for £199.99 last week though. Maybe you can find a voucher to add.

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

Seems like a decent basic new TV. I think my grandmother needs a new TV soon. She refuses to get rid of it until it breaks but it is on it's way out.

For replacing a 17 year old 24 inch 4:3 CRT model that uses a SCART digital tuner.....pretty sure something like this would suffice!

from a quick look at the specs i would say the Samsung is a better tv than this, maybe others can check further but I'd choose the Samsung over this
Edited by: "stevenmcdowall39" 19th Nov

stevenmcdowall394 m ago

from a quick look at the specs i would say the Samsung is a better tv than …from a quick look at the specs i would say the Samsung is a better tv than this, maybe others can check further but I'd choose the Samsung over this


What makes you think this, as I can't decide.

Original Poster

The LG specs say it has freeview. I cant find any information that the samsung does have freeview.they both have the same amount of connections. Personally I prefer the metal surround of the LG.
Edited by: "masterruckus" 19th Nov

Just check it's got enough connections for your needs, the LG 32" one I got a while back (for £111) was reasonable otherwise but had one HDMI and one scart only which is ridiculous in this day and age...

jazzuk7779 m ago

Just check it's got enough connections for your needs, the LG 32" one I …Just check it's got enough connections for your needs, the LG 32" one I got a while back (for £111) was reasonable otherwise but had one HDMI and one scart only which is ridiculous in this day and age...


ConnectivityRF In1(RF)Component In (Composite Share)1(Composite shared)HDMI1 (HDMI 1.4)RS-232C (Control / SVC)(USB to RS232C)USB1 ( 2.0 : 1ea)

sb17049 m ago

What makes you think this, as I can't decide.


just a very quick look at the full spec sheets, both tvs are obviously very alike so it's down to personal choice, it was little things like the lg is 4.7kg with stand v 4.06kg Samsung so LG is a chunkier unit. The lg has power output of 6w v 10w for the Samsung so I lean towards the Samsung for that. I'm not certain on the different dolby or if they're the same but the lg says it's dolby digital, Samsung says Dolby digital plus. Much difference? not really but it felt like the Samsung is the better unit, but like a poster said above, if you like the look of the LG unit better that alone could be reason to go for it.

I'd be happy if other people could compare the two spec sheets and comment on anything they think is worthwhile.

spec sheets:
sky.com/ass…pdf
sky.com/ass…pdf
Edited by: "stevenmcdowall39" 19th Nov

stevenmcdowall392 m ago

just a very quick look at the full spec sheets, both tvs are obviously …just a very quick look at the full spec sheets, both tvs are obviously very alike so it's down to personal choice i guess but it was little things like the lg is 4.7kg with stand v 4.06kg Samsung so LG is a chunkier unit. The lg has power output of 6w v 10w for the samsung so I lean towards the Samsung for that. I'm not certain on the different dolby or if they're the same but the lg says it's dolby direct, Samsung says Dolby direct plus. Much difference? not really but it felt like the Samsung is the better unit, but like a poster said above, if you like the look of the LG unit better that alone could be reason to go for it.I'd be happy if other people could compare the two spec sheets and comment on anything they think is worthwhile.


Thanks, I do prefer the look of the lg, probably go for that one.

this is an older i think.. biggest problem is jus 1 hdmi port.. are 6w speakers good enough anyone?

Be careful, on the product info it says no built in freeview. Although I could be wrong but this put me off.

Mog1821 m ago

Be careful, on the product info it says no built in freeview. Although I …Be careful, on the product info it says no built in freeview. Although I could be wrong but this put me off.


It will have Freeview built-in
Edited by: "preecey" 19th Nov

Original Poster

The LG spec sheet does say it has freeview. I dont see it on the samsung specs

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I'm reading here that no built in freeview but I'm happy to be wrong because the price is right for me. Please explain.

Got one with sky for free last year.
Used it couple of times then died a week out of warranty. Not very reliable.

Original Poster

Mog1828 m ago

[Image] I'm reading here that no built in freeview but I'm happy to be …[Image] I'm reading here that no built in freeview but I'm happy to be wrong because the price is right for me. Please explain.



Digital Tuner - Free view

I think you might be looking at FreeSat. which this does not have

Original Poster

Mog18215 m ago

[Image] I'm reading here that no built in freeview but I'm happy to be …[Image] I'm reading here that no built in freeview but I'm happy to be wrong because the price is right for me. Please explain.



whathifi.com/lg/…iew Some more information here

Also on Lg website lg.com/uk/…10B
Edited by: "masterruckus" 19th Nov

Thanks for that. Better options Available.

Mog18217 m ago

Thanks for that. Better options Available.


Care to share those with us?.

I'm sure it's been covered on here somewhere but here's 1 other option, smart TV with freeview, £100 discount.

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

Mog1825 m ago

I'm sure it's been covered on here somewhere but here's 1 other option, …I'm sure it's been covered on here somewhere but here's 1 other option, smart TV with freeview, £100 discount. https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/seizo-so32hd02uk-32-led-tv-10162475-pdt.html



Seizo?

Mog1827 m ago

I'm sure it's been covered on here somewhere but here's 1 other option, …I'm sure it's been covered on here somewhere but here's 1 other option, smart TV with freeview, £100 discount. https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/seizo-so32hd02uk-32-led-tv-10162475-pdt.html


Yes sure it's an obscure brand but for what I want it for it suits me better. Better option for me. Wifi free view etc.

Mog18219 m ago

Yes sure it's an obscure brand but for what I want it for it suits me …Yes sure it's an obscure brand but for what I want it for it suits me better. Better option for me. Wifi free view etc.


You sure it has WiFi.?. Can't see it in the specs.
Edited by: "sb170" 19th Nov

I think you are correct it doesn't have wifi.
Another option
currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

Just bought . Went through topcashback and £5.05 tracked . Cheers op

Billy122295 h, 18 m ago

Just note this is only 720p not full 1080p




For those with half blind grans I'm sure this is fine, but when even poverty spec smartphones have full HD and this is 720p this just doesn't seem like that much of a deal to me.

tenohfive36 m ago

For those with half blind grans I'm sure this is fine, but when even …For those with half blind grans I'm sure this is fine, but when even poverty spec smartphones have full HD and this is 720p this just doesn't seem like that much of a deal to me.

Plenty of happy grannys at Christmas then. You don't sit inches from your TV though do you? Or type on it?

bensbargains5 m ago

Plenty of happy grannys at Christmas then. You don't sit inches from your …Plenty of happy grannys at Christmas then. You don't sit inches from your TV though do you? Or type on it?


No, I watch millions of dollars worth of Hollywood's best camera work and special effects.
720p is fine for Candy Crush.

Bargain price but the screeen resolution 1366 x 768 pixels is a trun off

Would rather buy a Technika than this POS. I don't know why people prefer to buy a brand name than a generic Vestel tv under a licensed brand. Your general Supermarket TV's are a much better PQ than this....... cold from me I'm afraid

720p and one HDMI port?!

I'd rather buy something second hand!

Each to their own, but this is cold from me.

No, correct. So comparing to a mobile phone is quite ridiculous really. As you said it's for Grannys. I set up a similar spec/price TV for my inlaws recently and their only issue... Not enough SCART sockets.

bensbargains1 h, 10 m ago

No, correct. So comparing to a mobile phone is quite ridiculous really. As …No, correct. So comparing to a mobile phone is quite ridiculous really. As you said it's for Grannys. I set up a similar spec/price TV for my inlaws recently and their only issue... Not enough SCART sockets.


It's not ridiculous at all. It's an illustrative tool to point out that times move on and basic standards change. 10 years ago a 32" screen with 720p was considered okay; now a 5" screen with 720p is considered budget at best, sub par at worst. I'm sure you're aware that cramming 720p into a small screen involved significant research and cost; hence why the fact that even despite that hurdle it's outdated on mobiles demonstrates just how much further outdated it is on a big screen. You can be as pernickety as you want over viewing distances, we both know that what I was referring to is the opinion that 720p res on a 32" screen is going to look poor to the vast majority of people.

YMMW, as may your inlaws.
Edited by: "tenohfive" 20th Nov
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