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LG 32LE4900 vs Samsung UE32C4000

Fox McCloud

Active Member
Hi

Currently after a 32" telly for the bedroom.

I have seen these two TVs for £299 in Currys so I'm just wondering which one is best?

LG 32LE4900
Samsung UE32C4000

Both are LED so are thin, but the LG has Freeview HD whereas the Samsung only has Freeview.

Does anyone have any experience with these two TVs? Is there a difference in refresh or colours etc and which one looks best in your opinion?

Thanks you
 

vickster

Distinguished Member
The Samsung is not full HD, the LG is...however, this may not be a concern. What is the TV to be used for?
 

Fox McCloud

Active Member
Wall mounted in the bedroom, playing AppleTV2 Plex and Blu Rays. My downloads are either SD or 720p. Mainly night time watching of tv shows.

It's to replace a craptastic Hitatchi 26" I got years ago.

I'd like tv with great picture, colours, motion, sound etc.

I read that the LG might have motion ghosting or judder, can't remember which.
 

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