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LG 32LD350 32-Inch 720p 60 Hz LCD HDTV

LG 32LD350 32-Inch 720p 60 Hz LCD HDTV
LG 32LD350 32-Inch 720p 60 Hz LCD HDTV


Product Added : February 11th, 2013
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LG 32LD350 32-Inch 720p 60 Hz LCD HDTV


LG 32LD350 32-Inch 720p 60 Hz LCD HDTV

With the LG LD350 its time to start enjoying high definition .This is a beautiful LCD with all of the innovations that make LG TVs a better viewing experience.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. Key Features 50,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
No more worrying about dark scenes or dull colors. The dynamic contrast ratio of 50,000:1 delivers more stunning colors and deeper blacks than you can imagine. Picture Wizard
Get easy self-calibration with on-screen reference points for key picture quality elements such as black level, color, tint, sharpness and back

  • High Definition Resolution
  • 50,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  • Picture Wizard II
  • Smart Energy Savings
  • ISFccc Ready

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  1. 215 of 222 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing Value, May 20, 2010
    By 
    R Pen
    This review is from: LG 32LD350 32-Inch 720p 60 Hz LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    This is the first LCD TV I’ve bought so I did a tone of research before finally settling on this unit.

    Things I love about this TV:

    -The backlight on this thing turns way up so you don’t have to worry about having dark scenes like in Interview with the vampire you can’t see. The wide viewing angle is also great.

    -On the quick menu you can easily change the sound between Music and Cinema and I can actually hear the difference. Yes they are tv speakers not surround sound but for my studio apartment it is more then adequate.

    -I noticed I was getting a little noise on the sound when I had the Clear Voice on but totally fixed it when I put the Auto Volume option on in the audio main menu.

    -I keep the tv on a lot for music during the day since I work from home and there is this great button on the remote labeled energy where you can quickly adjust from 100% which is the best for viewing to maximum energy saving. I like this not only for the energy savings but also to save the back light from 100% constant use.

    -I noticed that one of my shows off of my Roku (digital box that streams netflix) wasn’t HD and the picture wasn’t looking to hot. I adjusted on the picture main menu the aspect ratio to Just Scan and it actually cleaned it up really nicely. This is important,several of my friends have really ritzy tv set ups but if it’s not HD the picture is almost unbearable. This one you can watch older movies/tv shows and HD without having to fiddle with everything to get a good picture.

    -Overall picture quality can be adjusted by so many advanced options that if you play with it I’m sure you can get exactly what you want.

    -I know it is 720 versus 1080 but at this price range when I looked at the specs if you go for 1080 it seems that you will get dark spots in dark scenes and it’s refresh rate will be so low that you will notice it in quick scenes plus the audio seemed unreliable. I think at this 32inch size 720 is really not that noticeable.

    Very satisfied customer. Only complaint is you need 4 screws to attach the tv to it’s base and my baggy only came with 3 in it. Luckily the hardware store is right down the street so I was able to get something comparable instead of waiting for them to ship it.

    Do your self a favor, get some good HDMI cables with noise reduction that can handle full HD (found some on amazon for like $7). I haven’t experienced any blurring at all on this tv while watching movies/shows like others have commented about. Regular cables don’t cut it and you won’t want to wait when your tv arrives.

    Happy Viewing

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  2. 99 of 101 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Simply Awesome!, August 8, 2010
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    This review is from: LG 32LD350 32-Inch 720p 60 Hz LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    I have been waiting patiently for a few years now to make the switch from my 480i Toshiba 32″ CRT to an HDTV. Thanks to a decent tax return I was finally able to join the Hi Def club. I live in a small apartment and already had a nice entertainment center which housed my aging Toshiba so I chose to stay with the 32″ screen format as anything larger would not fit. After doing weeks of research it came down to this LG or the Samsung LN32C350. I found the picture quality to be almost identical and the price was the same for both, $399.00. I chose the LG because I got 10% off with a online coupon and no tax and free shipping from another online retailer. I couldn’t be happier! This is one of the best purchases I have ever made. The TV is fantastic!, picture is bright, sharp, clear and gorgeous. The contrast ratio listed here is wrong though…it’s not 50,000:1…it’s actually 70,000:1…which is even better. I love the remote, easy to use menu and all the functions and options you can tweak. it’s such an unbelievable difference seeing TV shows and movies in Hi Def. I can’t comment on the sound as I have the TV speakers turned off because I have a pretty kick-ass surround sound system. I am A Dish Network subscriber and have it hooked to my VIP612 receiver and am loving it…also finally able to play my Xbox 360 in Hi Def and that is Da Bomb too!…BF:BC2 looks amazing! I was debating whether to get a 1080p or a 720p TV for a long time…then I found out (which I didn’t realise) all HD TV signals…OTA (over the air), DirecTv, Cable, Dish Network are all broadcast in 720p/1080i…and since I don’t watch blu-ray movies…spending extra money on a 1080p set just wouldn’t make sense…also…on a TV 32″ or less..the benefits of watching in 1080p are negligible. 720p looks phenomenal! It has a 1 year parts and labor warranty, and after you register it with LG you can extend your warranty by 2 years for $48…provided you do it in the 1st 180 days after purchase, so altogether you get a 3 year warranty for $48…from the manufacturer…not some 3rd party outfit, that’s pretty good…I’ll be doing that b4 my 180 days are up. I can’t recommend this TV more…I am now an LG fanboy.

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  3. 101 of 106 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Worth a buy for the price., April 27, 2010
    By 
    N. Mehta
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    This review is from: LG 32LD350 32-Inch 720p 60 Hz LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    *** See posts from U. Viveros (Aug 8th) for info on the panel display on this tv***

    Picture quality on this tv is excellent (it has an IPS panel), black levels are impressive, color is vibrant. And you can tweak the picture to your likeing with a ton of various options. Took me a while to get the picture quality just right for gaming, HD content and SD content. SD tv actually looks pretty good on this tv, suprisingly sharp picture quality on it. Though this being a LCD tv the picture isn’t crystal clear, in darker areas you can see some obvious blurring or trailing (but only if you really want to notice, and its not as bad as the latest Samsung), in brighter areas blurring is not noticeable at all (in Modern Warfare 2 for example darker wood textures you can see the blur when moving, on brighter wall textures there is no blur).

    Speakers are decent, not going to blow you away with the sound but they aren’t complete crap either. Like the picture – sound also has various tweaking options.

    Remote is pretty standard, doesn’t look cheap and doesn’t go overboard with the options. But is has everything you’d accept to be on it.

    Also has a headphone jack (and unlike Samsungs you can control the volume of the headphone jack with your remote).

    You can also display pictures or play music with a usb stick, I don’t think I’ll be using this feature. Would’ve been nice if it allowed you to play videos from the usb stick…but they only have that feature on their higher end models.

    One problem is that if you switch the input to hdmi and then go back to AV or TV input…there is no sound. You have the turn off the tv and turn is back again to get the sound back.

    4/5.

    I paid $[...], amazon now dropped the price.

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