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- LG 32" HD Ready TV with LED Technology
- Built-in Digital Freeview ensures that you are ready for the digital switch-over with access to over 40 TV and radio channels
- 2x HDMI ports for a high definition experience with BluRay or your games console
- USB port for further connectivity options and DIVX HD Playback
- Perfect for general viewing
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Energy efficiency classA+ to F
On-mode power consumption40 Watts
Energy consumption58 Kilowatts per year, based on the power consumption of the television operating 4 hours per day for 365 days. The actual energy consumption will depend on how the television is used.
Visible screen diagonal32" / 81 cm
With the brilliant picture quality of LED TV boosted by LG’s cutting-edge motion processing, the LS3450 is an all-round star performer. It also boasts energy saving features and a USB connection that allows you to enjoy movies, pictures and music stored on a hard disk or flash drive.
32LS3450 LED TV
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If I could go back and choose whether to buy it again, knowing what I know now, I wouldn't have hesitated.
aside,by the way this is a latest model,the one I bought was manufactured in September 2012,overall,an excellent buy!
So the pros? Let's start with the vivid colours. My last LG set was a 22" Flatron, and the colour on that just doesn't have a patch on my new LS3450. It's not quite as vivid as Samsung's offerings (none of LGs TVs seem to be) but it's only slightly behind and you're really not going to notice unless you've got them side by side. Given the price canyon between the two cheapest 40"+ LED TVs offered by LG and Samsung, it's a fair concession and not one I regret. The speakers built into the TV are a lot better than I expected for the price, too, so in terms of bare essentials it's more or less covered.
Like a lot of people, I hate the over-processed look most TVs have on by default (they're probably just there to look good in showrooms) so thankfully LG have given this TV a whole slew of image adjustment options to toy with as well as an entire calibration wizard to walk users through it. I found the wizard pretty useless, partly because my image actually looked worse when I was done, and partly because some of its instructions were literally impossible to follow. It doesn't really matter, though, because the wizard's easily ignored and the options are all accessible without it. There is one thing that bothers me about the options, which leads me nicely into the cons.
I'm a Playstation 3 owner, and I don't like image processing engines messing with my picture when I'm playing games. Small text gets fuzzy and hard to read and contrast gets messed with on-the-fly to the point you're getting killed by enemies you seriously couldn't tell were even there. "Just go into picture settings and change it to 'Game' then", right? Not quite.Read more ›
had it up and running by 9am great picture and sound,was a bit worried
about the size I had ordered but not anymore thanks Amazom
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This television barely gave me two years of service.
It was cared for meticulously, kept safe, never left switched on, was kept in a dry safe place and if moved
was... Read more
I love LG but on this occasion it died after a month and Amazon were great and refunded me after they could not replace with the same.Published on 26 Aug. 2014 by The Rebel Alliance
I bought this expecting there to be a headphone output as all ws tv's seem to have them. To my disappointment,none. Read morePublished on 21 Jan. 2014 by N.M.BUSSEY
Excellent value. Very pleased with it. Good picture and sound and perfect size for my smallish home. Just the job.Published on 30 Dec. 2013 by Natalia
Good quality picture and easy to use - slimline elegant TV with stand or wall option. Recommend as main or secondary TVPublished on 19 Oct. 2013 by Mrs. Sally A. Hinkley