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LG 32LD350 32" 720p LCD TV - 16:9 - HDTV
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- Aspect Ratio/`16:9`
- Product Type/`LCD TV`
- Screen Size/`32"`
- Brand Name/`LG`
- Scan Format/`720p`
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A great way to get into high-definition entertainment, the affordable 32-inch LG 32LD350 LCD HDTV offers a 720p HD resolution, multiple AV Modes to optimize the picture depending on what you're watching (Cinema, Sports, or Games), and a 50,000:1 contrast ratio for excellent rendering of colors and deep blacks. Other features include a 4ms (millisecond) response time, stereo speakers with 14 watts of power and Dolby Digital decoding, and three HDMI inputs.
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TV was easy to setup, all you need to do is attach the pedestal base, for table-top use, or snap in a cover if you're going to mount on a wall. LG's initial setup screen is simple and easy to follow. You're presented with various screen options (brightness, color, contrast, etc.) along with images of what the ideal setting should look like so you know what effect your changes will have on the image.
I have Dish Network and simply attached the Dish receiver to the TV via HDMI. The LG remote is nicely laid out and allows quick access to the various TV's settings. I've found that after the initial setup and a few hours of TV watching, I had to make a few tweaks to the color and contrast settings to get the image just the way I wanted it. That was expected and the tweaks were minor. The image quality is very good. I also have a Vizio 32" LCD and this unit's picture quality is just a bit higher than the Vizio. I would recommend this unit for a casual bedroom or small-room gaming environment.
UPDATE 12/1/10: After using this TV for a few weeks, the only thing I wanted to add to my review was my dislike of the way the red power light, on the lower right-hand side of the unit, stays lit when the TV is off. There's no way that I've found to turn this light off or dim it. It's not obnoxiously bright, like my previously owned Vizio which would keep it's logo lit with white light at all times, but you will notice it if the TV is close to your bed (assuming it's placed in a bedroom). When the unit is powered on the light turns blue and remains on. When using the remote control, the blue light blinks with every button press. Why do that? I have several LCD TV's by different manufacturers and no other unit does this. It's strange but only slightly annoying. Overall picture quality is still fantastic and I still recommend buying it.
Sold by: Amazon.com, LLC, and so far am very happy with it. Set up was easy, I'm not a techie(?), so ease of set-up is critical for me. Also, all the channels and what-not work, without having to call the cable company; whether this is a part of the TV tech I don't know, but I think all aspects of the purchase should be reviewed. Arrived in 3 days of order from Amazon (free shipping!). Picture is great, have it set on Vivid, and it is Vivid!
The Sound is fine! It's not like a surround sound, of course, but definitely decent enough for me. Better than expected, the sound is totally adequate.
I bought this TV for my bedroom, size is fine, I view from about 10ft. Hooked up my ancient RCA plugs DVD/VHS player, and picture is so much better,plus a cheapie surround sound, all work fine.
Price was $309, down from like $450, which is what moved me to go ahead and BUY, after much consideration. A 32" HD with all the features, etc for $300 is a good deal, if all works as it should. I'll update this review in a few months.
I truly researched this TV, a friend has an LG and is happy with hers(larger model). Models can vary within brands, one model great and another full of probs, but so far this one is fine. The only reason I don't give this TV 5 stars is because the Owners DVD arrived cracked; plus, as happy as I am, it's not fantastic, and too soon to give 5 star review. I was fortunately able to copy the DVD, even with the crack, but a replacement may not be available, only option to return the whole TV, which I will not do. I chatted with Amazon, they are trying to get me a replacement DVD, and offered tech help if needed, which isn't. I've been buying from Amazon from their beginning, when all they sold was books, and definitely give Amazon and their customer service 5 stars. I left packaging feedback.
I'm still tweaking, which is easy, the menu is easy to use, I'm very happy. If the TV holds up, I definitely recommend, and will add a star if possible.
I'm adding a star because after over a month my TV is doing great! Highly recommend for a midsize TV. I can turn the power usage down to low for late night falling asleep(we pretty much keep the TV on 24/7, what dopes!), I've hooked up my Sony 5.1 surround sound and am totally happy with this purchase. DVD's are outstanding. The menu is simple, pic is fine for a 32" 720p, sound is satisfactory w/out the surround sound. If it holds up, I'll keep commenting.
Still holding up just fine! Added a cheapie LG Blu ray player for around $80, hooked up w/ HDMI, all works fine and dandy....DVD's are better, sharper, very satisfied. Cust Svc isn't terrific, but haven't needed it except to ask about diff model/larger TV's.
2/3/12....screen has developed a "stain" in the lower rt corner, encompassing about 1/4 of the total area. It only shows up when the background is like sky or solid, light...but makes me think twice about whether I'll be buying an LG for my next big screen. Stain is usually not visible, as background is usually not clear (sky, clouds, solid background), but it's there.
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Svc Tech fixed prob before warranty ran out (barely made it), gave me an attitude about difficulty in "seeing" the stain, (What stain, I don't see anything)", replaced panel, but acted like I was maybe a little out of my mind for wanting the prob fixed at all. Sure, I should wait till the warranty runs out and the prob gets really bad, then just buy a newer, bigger and more expensive LG TV, and leave the tech to more serious probs, like explosions.