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The 32LV2400 is an HD TV that delivers brilliant colors, deeper blacks and the picture performance of LED backlighting technology. Move into an entertainment experience you've been waiting for with the LV2400.input-usb(2.0)
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An HDTV that delivers brilliant colors, deeper blacks and the picture performance of LED backlighting technology. Move into an entertainment experience you've been waiting for with the LV2400.
CRISP BRIGHT DETAILS.
LG's LED technology provides a slim profile and delivers amazing business, clarity and color detail, as well as greater energy efficiency compared to conventional LCD TVs.
SEE AND EXPERIENCE MORE.
Pictures are sharper. Colors are more vibrant. Entertainment is more real. Everything looks better on an HDTV.
SAVE MORE THAN ENERGY.
Earning the ENERGY STAR means a product meets strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy. For TVs, it means they save energy both in standby and active (when they're on) modes. ENERGY STAR qualified TVs use about 30% less energy than standard units.
I needed to upgrade a bedroom TV to receive HDTV w/o an external tuner. Who wants to spend $150 for a tuner with HDMI when this TV is $300? I liked the idea of the lighter weight and possible longer life of the LED backlight. I'm impressed with the tuner and the picture but the audio is a throwback to the tinny speakers of old. No bass or midrange. I think it may even be mono? (gasp!). Fortunately I have a Home theater receiver in the bedroom so disaster averted. If you don't have a home theater even a good PC speaker system with a sub would be far superior. Overall satisfied to get a name brand with a one year warranty and LED backlighting for the price.
I did a lot of research for a 32 inch TV for my bedroom for $300 and I didn't have much choices. Luckily Amazon had one for my price range. It's really is hard to find a TV with these specs for that price.The TV looks great, but the audio is lacking. It sounds like there's no bass, but most people have home theaters now in days. And if anything you can also just hook up some external speakers.I just got it today, but I'm happy with it already. The TV also has an internal tuner so I get all the free local channel.At the end of the day its almost impossible to find a 32 inch LED for less then $400.
I don know what i should write for such an nice product...LED tv for a cost of 310$ is unimaginable....I am so very happy with this TV...there were no reviews written for this product before when i was planning to buy it...but then i did some R&D and finally decided to buy it...I got an amazing deal with Amazon...Its a nice standard LED with great picture quality...Truely loved it.
For $300, this is a good tv. If you have to pay over $340 for it I would look elsewhere. I was nervous about my purchase because while waiting for it to arrive, numerous reviews had been added that were not very favorable. When I hooked up the television and turned it on for the first time, I was disappointed. The television is very blurry and subpar when not connected to an HD source. When I did connect it to my PS3(HDMI) and computer though, it was much better. It has a very crisp display, and with some adjusting to the picture settings (fyi, there are two different menus on the tv for adjusting these settings, one has a lot more options. Make sure you go to the right menu), it gets even better. I bought it planning to use it for a homemade racing simulator, in which the television would only be less than 3ft away from me. I can easily say that it still appears extremely crisp and clear. I'm confused about other reviews that claim they can see the pixels when viewing from a close distance, when I am viewing the tv from an extremely close distance and don't notice any. It does have a really clear picture in HD. I'd rate the picture - HD = 4.5 out of 5, SD = 2 out of 5. Something I can easily agree with other reviewers on is how bad the sound is. If you check the LG website you can see the specs for the audio are terrible. The speakers are only 5 watts each, and they are on the back of the tv facing away from you... They can get loud though, that is not the issue. The issue is that they sound completely horrible. There is literally no bass in any way, and the midrange and treble sound distant, and they echo. It really is as bad as you can imagine. Only get this television if you are hooking up some sort of speaker system to it, or you don't care in any way about sound quality.Read more ›
My wife and I bought this TV for my mother-in-law. You can probably buy a cheaper TV of this size between $ 200 - $ 250. Though it will be an off brand like Dynex, etc. We made the best decision to trust the name LG. This TV has an amazing picture quality for this size and price. You can't go wrong with it if you are considering to buy. 32 inc is an excellent choice if you don't have a huge room or if you have a den to watch TV. It is very easy to set up and get going. I read some mixed reviews about the sound quality. I don't have any complaints about sound quality either. Maybe I am not as picky, but this TV will get you excellent picture.
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Bought two of these TVs for Christmas gifts. Returning both. One of them had a problem where the sound would just go off by itself every 5 mins. The other one, in addition to this problem, would actually just turn off completely by itself every few minutes as well. Should have known better than to buy an LG TV.
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We were so excited about the deal we got on this tv, and based on the reviews available at the time, it appeared to be better than the other similarly-priced options we found. After doing A LOT of research on several sites, we decided to go with this model.
Once we set the TV up, we were appalled by the quality of the audio. As some others have said, our clock radios (both at least 10 yrs old and bought quite cheaply...$10-$15) honestly have better sound than this TV did. After watching for about 5 minutes, you got used to the sound, but after FF through some commercials and hearing it again after silence, it was awful. Knowing how much it would cost just to make this acceptable, we chose to return it.
We were aware that these TVs are made with the expectation that the consumer will likely hook it up to some amazing surround sound speaker system and such, and maybe someday we will. But right now, the sound on a TV we spend any kind of money on needs to meet at least basic TV watching audio needs. We are pretty easy-going and are not "audio-philes," as I've heard them called, but the audio on this model was simply unacceptable to us. And given our low expectations and needs, that's really pretty frightening.
We ended up buying another LG, a different model, at a store where we could judge sound prior to purchase for ourselves. We were also please with the Panasonic Vierra's sound when we heard it at the store.