LG 32LN540V 32-inch Widescreen 1080p Full HD LED TV with Freeview HD/Intelligent Sensor/HDMI Connectivity (New for 2013)

August 5, 2013 - Comment

LG Electronics 32 Black Full HD LED TV 1920 x 1080 2 x HDMI and 1 x USB Connection VESA Wall Mountmm 200×100 32LN540V LED TV Product Features –

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LG Electronics 32 Black Full HD LED TV 1920 x 1080 2 x HDMI and 1 x USB Connection VESA Wall Mountmm 200×100 32LN540V LED TV

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Mr D.M says:

42ln540v, Amazing tv This tv is incredible, got a good deal on it from richer sounds, i took a chance on this set based on last years reviews on the LG cs460, i went to currys with two tvs in mind, samsungs latest smart tv the 39in f5500 and this lg, comparing the two side by side the picture on the samsung seemed somewhat dull and grainy so i took a trip to richer sounds to pick up the lg, had it 5 days now and i’m not dissapointed.Setup: I can’t say how long it took to set it all up as i had to remove old equipment put up a new stand and put some equipment back so it took me a while, after plugging the set in it took a few mins to go through the options and scan for freeview channels, a very simple straight forward process.Picture: The picture quality on this set is amazing, very clear with good sharp colours especially with hd content and blu-rays, standard freeview channels give a good picture too but older and b&w shows/films aren’t that clear but i expected that, i’ve had a…

Halchemy says:

Edging Forward… I still remember the first colour TV I came across in a shop window in 1966. It cost around £700 and had a truly terrible picture with little contrast and terrible alignment. We thought it was wonderful. I bought my first colour set; a Sony 21″ in 1976. It was better, having decent contrast and convergence and cost a more reasonable £320 (very roughly about £2200 at today’s prices). I went on to own various Sony, Panasonic, Samsung and Toshiba sets and each time the price stayed about the same, or went down allowing for inflation, and the picture quality and functions improved.This is my third large screen TV and the largest I’ve owned. 42″ is as large as I would want to go when viewing standard definition (SD) channels in my fairly typical, not very large, British living room. Original PAL system cathode ray TVs were designed for a maximum screen size of 25″ or 32″ widescreen in a large living room with slightly better than standard definition pictures so I would not…

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