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Last April I bought a 32 LG 5700 LCD TV from my local Currys shop.
Brand name: LG
LG is a South Korean company that produce mainly domestic electrical white goods and appliances. Life's good is its slogan.
Model: LG5700 LCD
1.HD Ready 1080p
It's the main technical data to choose a HD TV. For now 1080P is an up-to-date technology.
2. 32" Diagonal Screen Size (inch)
3.1920 x 1080 resolution
4.integrated freeview digital tuner
6.16:9 aspect ratio
9.made in Poland
The owner's manual is very informative and understandable. The menu is very user friendly and easy to navigate channels. It's also uncomplicated to connect the audio from a PC or DTV. By the way the remote control is very light and comfortable.
You can put it on the TV stand or on wall.
The picture quality and the voice output are very good. Compared to other brands I saw I think LG is better. When I watch the movies on my TV I feel like in cinema.
Last but not least, I think it's a great TV for the price. I paid £348, almost £100 less than same size TVs of other brands, not to mention its original price.
Because of the world economical crisis the Korean currency is almost 50% cheaper to the main currencies, e.g. US Dollar and British Pound. I suppose it made LG products a lot cheaper on market.
I bought this TV during the Easter sale after spending a few weeks researching the TVs available (looking for good value for money). We paid £399.99 for this TV and are delighted with it. It has two HDMI sockets, invisible speakers (they really are) and also imitates surround sound. The TV is also Full HD - 1080p, I also found out that HD Ready (720p) is not the same as Full HD 1080p as it can only recieve an HP signal but cannot display it on the screen as it does not have enough pixels - so make sure you get a Full HD 1080p TV if you want to view a HD signal.
I have seen complaints on other review sites saying this TV has poor sound quality - well I guess that depends on what you use it for - I use mine to watch lots of TV including films, sport and music videos and have never been disappointed with the sound - the TV also has many different options for sound and picture setup - including cinema and sport - the Quick Menu to change these is also so easy to use. Another criticism of the TV that I have heard is that there is a slight hum when the backlight is on bright, this is true although you really have to turn the backlight right up and listen carefully to hear it and the screen has such good colour contrast ratios that you are unlikely to ever want the backlight right up anyway.
I am so pleased with my TV - I think I got a lot for my money and got a fantastic deal.