LG 32LF5610 Review


LG 32LF5610
  • Editor Rating

  • Rated 4 stars
  • Excellent
£239

  • LG 32LF5610
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  • Last modified: October 13, 2016
  • Picture Quality
    Editor: 88%
  • Sound Quality
    Editor: 85%
  • Features
    Editor: 82%
  • Connectivity
    Editor: 82%
  • Design
    Editor: 85%
  • Value
    Editor: 88%

Review Summary:

If you are looking for a 32-inch TV that delivers a great picture, then the LG 32LF5610 is almost certain to be a great choice. The screen quality is fantastic and it works well for everything from movies and TV to sports and video games. It’s a TV that looks great, it is user-friendly and it provides one of the better experiences that you will find in the 32-inch range.

The LG 32LF5610 is a nice 32-inch Full HD TV that should satisfy the needs of many consumers. You don’t get any of the newest high tech features like Smart TV, but this model delivers an outstanding viewing experience.

The picture quality on this set is really impressive. The Full HD 1080p screen provides great detail for all of your viewing needs and it comes with a range of features that are designed to improve performance. It has LG’s Triple XD engine, colour enhancement and great contrast. The picture on this TV is crisp and it has excellent colour reproduction. Consumers should be very satisfied with the picture on this set.

The sound on this model is pretty good in comparison with other models in this size range. It has two 10W speakers for stereo sound and Dolby Digital processing technology. It certainly is not an audio experience that will make you feel as though you are right in the middle of the action, but for an onboard system with no external speakers, this is about as good as you are going to do with a 32-inch TV.

In regard to the features, this TV is a little on the basic side, but it does have some nice extras. Firstly, you do get the built-in Freeview tuner for all of your regular channels. In addition to that, the 32LF5610 also has a built-in media player for playing files from a USB. You can view pictures, listen to music, play videos and it works for DVR recording from the TV.

Since this is a more affordable TV that does not go big on features, the connectivity options are fairly standard. You get the 2 HDMI ports for connecting things like gaming systems and DVD players, you have the USB port, a digital audio out, a component input, a composite input and a SCART plug. It is just the basic array of connecting options, but this should be enough for the majority of consumers.

As you would expect with a TV that covers just the basic features, this model from LG is very easy to use and install. The only issue that some consumers may have is that the included table stand is a little wide. It’s no problem for people that plan to wall mount, but if you plan to put it on a stand, you are going to need one that is almost as wide as the set.

 

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Pros

Full HD 1080p
Triple XD picture engine
8 selectable picture modes
Dolby Digital Sound
Virtual surround sound
Sound optimiser feature for wall mount and stand
USB media playback and DVR recording
Built in Freeview tuner
Electronic programme guide

Cons

The wide positioning of the legs is going to make this TV tough for some users to fit on their TV stand

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