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The LG32LC52 currently serves as the main TV in my household. As an older model it has been surpassed and as such if you are looking to buy, would probably best serve as a secondary TV for bedrooms etc. Currently I have the peculiar setup of having a better TV in my bedroom than in the lounge, although I imagine this will change in the not too distant future.
Anyway frist up a few details. It is an LCD TV with a screen measuring 32 inches. The dimensions of the unit itself are 81cm x 25cm x 61cm with stand weighing in at a little under 14kg. Now the display format is only 720p meaning that while it can support HD it is not fully HD. However at this screen size, there is an arguement that the difference between full HD and HD ready is miniscule so as not to notice. It has two HDMI sockets, SCART sockets and PC interface is possible through VGA port. Sound is delivered in stereo by two speakers. The set is finished in a glossy black plastic and as usual comes with the standard remote control.
In the time I have owned the 32LC52, I can have nothing but praise for it. Simple startup initially meant no hassle and a consistent ease of use on a daily basis has meant that not once have I needed to consult a technical source much less the manual. The colours are bright and vivid delivered in 1366x768 resolution and the sound is clear. For an added bonus you can hook it up to a home cinema system for surround sound. Great for sporting events or movies.
I leapt at this purchase with only a vague understanding of the HD arena meaning I thought nothing of it only being 720p. A couple of years down the line and with a little more experience in the area and the fact I have a full HD TV has taught me the error of my ways. That is not to say that this is a poor TV. Far from it, it delivers as most LG products do in a way that exceeds expectations. You only have to look at the way their latest touch screen mobiles perform to understand that LG is a brand that delivers high quality at reasonable cost.
This TV has been surpassed now and the liklihood is that if you purchased one now, then you would feel a need to replace it in only a few months having witnessed some of the newer models that are available now, and are to come. At the moment they seem to hav stopped retailing the unit. As I suggested earlier, it would suit the secondary TV role superbly, just don't buy one new as your main TV.