Need a which report on tv any help ?

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Found 29th Jun 2008
Need a which report on the logik (log32lw782) we need a new tv for my sons room and this could be the one but i need the report so if any kind soul has access it would be appreciated and rep left thanks,


ill do it, hang on

Here you go :-
Logik’s LOG32LW782, with integrated Freeview tuner, produces below par images in standard definition and falls shy of average with its HD quality too.

Standard DVDs display serious movement issues, uneven backlight, poor colour reproduction and detail issues, while Freeview pictures are just as poor with soft and grainy images.

This TV doesn’t support 1080p, so you won’t be able to watch Blu-ray and HD DVDs in all their high-deifnition glory Broadcasted HD TV is also below average with crushed whites and noticeable banding. Sound quality is just about acceptable, although unrefined and with shrill higher frequencies.

The TV has two RGB enabled SCART sockets located at the rear, but they’re downwards facing down, which hinders accessibility. They can both be used to trigger a suitable external device to record. There are also two HDMI inputs, again downwards facing and located at the rear, and a stereo audio output sockets for connection to a hi-fi system.

The digital tuner has a seven-day EPG that displays one channel in two hourly intervals. The EPG is unintuitive and loses data when switched to standby. Furthermore, it is slow to repopulate and still has gaps after 15 minutes. The buttons on the front panel are poorly labelled.

A black pedestal stand is supplied and the TV can be wall mounted if a suitable bracket is purchased.

Pros: Acceptable sound quality

Cons: Not 1080p compatible, EPG is slow to load

Logik LOG32LW782
Price (£) 400
Score (%) 40

theres quite a bit, if you pm me an email address ill send you it all in a word doc!

Price (£) 400
Score (%) 40
Overall reliability Not applicable
Web address
Phone no.
Availability Limited availability
Date tested Jan 08
Type of TV LCD
Screen size (inches) 32
Weight (kg) 16.1
Native resolution (pixels) 1024 x 768
HD ready 1080p No
1080p/24 No
Audio description No
Scarts 2 (Both RGB)
Mode for automatic widescreen switching on Scart Auto - with default zoom set to 4:3
HDMI widescreen switching Yes
HDMI auto-source selection Yes
Computer connection n/a
Independent picture settings Yes
Audio connection Phonos
Audio sources routed through digital outputs Yes
Headphones Yes - with independent volume control
Media card/USB slot No
Annual running cost (nearest £) 15
Power consumption - normal viewing (Watts) 102.0
Power consumption - standby (Watts) 0.92
Light sensor No
Radio screen blanking No
Ideal picture settings
Brightness 51/63
Contrast 55/63
Colour 37/63
Picture profile Natural
Sharpness 10/15
Other settings Colour temp: Cool Noise reduction: Low Film mode: Off

Standard picture quality 2/5
HD picture quality 3/5
Sound quality 3/5
Ease of use 2/5
Features 2/5
Power use 3/5

Thats all of it!

Original Poster

Thanks to both of you i have left you both rep :thumbsup:

The review is not sounding very good but better than the humax i was going to get the other day but passed on that one with a score of 34 anybody know of a good 26-32in lcd for bedroom use around the £250-£300 mark because I'm :?

Theres the Philips 26PFL5522D scored 62%, available from Dixons for £329

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Theres the Philips 26PFL5522D scored 62%, available from Dixons for £329

I will take a look cheers, any codes going about for this one at dixons ?
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