Product Type: LG Electronics 3D LCD TV
Newest Review: ... what you're watching (such as Cinema, Game, Sport etc.), which do make a noticeable difference. The 32 inch screen is a brilliant siz... more
Member Name: DjentDjent
Advantages: Picture, interface, lots of connections.
Disadvantages: Remote slow at times.
I think 3D is too expensive at the moment, isn't available on enough TV programmes and doesn't add enough to my viewing experience. If you're happy with watching things in 2D, this TV is a good choice.
Of course, the most important aspect is how good things look. The picture is fantastic, no matter what you watch. The contrast of 50,000:1 and 1920x1080 (Full HD) resolution in progressive scan are still impressive. There are a bunch of different settings that optimise what you're watching (such as Cinema, Game, Sport etc.), which do make a noticeable difference. The 32 inch screen is a brilliant size for many rooms.
The stereo sound is outstanding quality. There is also a 'Clear Voice' feature, which can help with understanding dialogue. Again, there are modes such as Music, Game, Cinema.
I think it looks brilliant. The standby button is a little red circle on the front that rhythmically and slowly get larger and smaller, which is a nice touch.
It's not the most responsive, but it's not particularly frustrating either. It's comfy, and all the buttons are laid out in a logical way.
You can connect almost anything. There are 4 HDMI connections (more than enough for most situations), as well as the usual Scart inputs and suchlike. Also, things can be plugged in via USB and music can be played through the speakers, and photos can be viewed. The disadvantage of the music player is that you can't scroll while listening to something.
-Interface And Setup-
It practically sets itself up, and the menus are all self-explanatory and logical.
It can swivel around on the base (useful for viewing at different angles often) and has built in Freeview. There is a quick beep when the front power button is used, which I find annoying, but it's no major issue.
I purchased the TV in January 2009, and it's worked perfectly since. At only £350, it was a bargain at the time. A quick look on the internet suggests that the price is still the same, despite technology moving on. I stil consider this to be a good price!
Summary: Good TV, good price!
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