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LG 32LV2500 32-Inch 720p 60 Hz LED-LCD HDTV

LG 32LV2500 32-Inch 720p 60 Hz LED-LCD HDTV
LG 32LV2500 32-Inch 720p 60 Hz LED-LCD HDTV


Product Added : March 5th, 2013
Category : LED TV

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LG 32LV2500 32-Inch 720p 60 Hz LED-LCD HDTV


LG 32LV2500 32-Inch 720p 60 Hz LED-LCD HDTV

You want a better, crisper, more dazzling picture? Well that’s what you’ll get, along with a whole lot more, when you purchase the 32LV2500. LG’s LED display technology makes it beautifully slim with a picture to match, and all in stunning HD. It’s nice to get what you want.

  • LED Backlighting
  • Picture Wizard II (Easy Picture Calibration)
  • High Definition Resolution
  • Energy star qualified
  • ISFccc Ready

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  1. 132 of 138 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    My thoughts after 2 weeks.., April 24, 2011
    By 
    MOOD

    With prices for LCD TV’s falling rapidly, i decided it was time to
    replace my 5 year old 20″ Sharp EDTV and step up to HD. A side by side
    comparison made it clear that i had made the right decision. The LG’s
    picture quality is superior in almost every way.

    Pro’s
    —–
    -There aren’t many quality 26″ tv’s out there and the 26LV2500 is one of
    the better ones i’ve seen so far.

    -The picture is vibrant and sharp and comparable to some mid-range
    32″ non led-backlit lcd’s i looked at in store. Response time looks
    good to my eyes.

    -Most 26″ tv’s include 2 hdmi ports, the LG has 3.

    -The LG is attractive with its glass-like bezel.Thin and bright, thanks to
    the LED backlight.

    -The Intelligent Sensor works rather well and is surprisingly
    useful.

    -Menu system very well laid out with useful functionality.

    Con’s
    —–
    -Off angle viewing is pretty bad. Colors wash out slightly when i stand up
    and noticeably when moving to the sides of the screen. My old Sharp LCD was
    actually a lot better in this regard.

    -The Sharp used a matte screen, the LG has a glossy screen and in a bright
    room the image is mirror-like, particularly in dark scenes. Very annoying.

    -Audio quality is as bad as expected and comparable to other TV’s this
    small and thin. Turning the bass all the way up and the treble nearly all
    the way down makes things bearable.

    -Black levels and screen uniformity is as expected for a tv in this range
    with some backlight bleeding in the edges. This of course is only
    noticeable in a black screen with the backlight set to max and will not
    matter under normal usage conditions.

    Bottom line
    ———–
    The 26LV2500 is a feature packed and thoughtfully designed LED back-lit TV.
    If you’re in the market for a 26″ TV, you can’t go wrong with the LG and
    you will not be disappointed as long as you take it’s limitations into
    consideration.

    However, if you have space for a larger 32″ TV, there is a wider selection
    worth looking at here. With the LG, you are paying more for the LED
    backlight and thinner bezel rather than picture quality. At around $350,
    you can easily get a 32″ 720p NON-LED LCD that is either as good or better
    than the LG.

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  2. 50 of 53 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice small TV, July 12, 2011
    By 
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    I was looking for a small LCD TV for our guest bedroom and decided on the LG 26LV2500. This seemed to offer the most features at the lowest price for the use it would get–only when we had guests in our spare bedroom. The set arrived very promptly in the mfg. original packaging and there was no damage to the carton and everything was there. It was easy to assemble and set up. Since I was using a basic cable connection(no box) I needed only the coax connection. The set scanned for and found all my cable provider’s digital channels, both HD and SD(There are no more analog transmisions in my area). The picture is bright and clear(at least when viewed from bed) and although “only” 720p it looks as good(to me)as the two large 1080p sets that I already have. The sound is certainly fine for the use it will get. All the settings are easy to access and adjust and there are many more inputs than I will need on this set. I did resurrect an very old(non blueray) DVD player and connected it using the composite input–it produced a nice picture with standard DVD’s. The only thing I found a bit strange was the power brick. Instead of the set getting power directly from from a 120V outlet, you plug a power brick into the outlet, which has a cord that plugs into the TV. I assume this is used because it is cheaper and/or easier that trying to design a 120V to 24V power supply that will fit into this very thin TV. So overall I am pleased.

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  3. 18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    absolutely stunning picture., July 30, 2011
    By 
    Anthony
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    This review is from: LG 32LV2500 32-Inch 720p 60 Hz LED-LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    I am, by no means a huge HD fanatic, and I don’t get anal about black levels or minor flaws (really how could you at this price;) but I know when something is pleasing to my eyes and this TV is it, to say the least. Playing the PS3 or watching Breaking Bad is an experience words cannot describe, but I’ll give it a shot. black levels are deep, colors are vivid (really vivid,) you can have it as bright ass you want without the strain on your eyes, and all for less than $400. Sound quality from the unit is extremely poor I have to admit (staticy bass just one example,) but the tv is as thick as a penny (not a figure of speech.) just get some computer speakers with a sub-woofer, you’ll be fine. I have only used the HDMI and USB ports so I can’t touch on RCA input quality. no real complaints except for an somewhat noticeable dead pixel or something in the top right hand corner of the screen ( It is only noticed on a pure white screen, I could care less.)

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