Friday, March 28, 2008

LG 32 INCH TFT LCD 16:9 HDTV 1366X768 1600:1 COLOR MONITOR


LG's Wide Display FLATRON LCD monitors are the ideal solution wherever wide-screen displays are required. Can be easily mounted on walls, ceilings or desktops, these monitors are space-saving works of sheer engineering genius that look as great in public areas, such as airports and hospitals, as in homeoffice or hometheater settings.


  • Interface: VGA (HD-15), HDMI
  • Image Contrast Ratio: 1600:1
  • Dimensions (WxDxH): 31.6 in x 3.9 in x 19.4 in - without stand and speakers


Main Specifications
Product DescriptionLG M3201C - 32" LCD flat panel display
Product TypeLCD flat panel display
Diagonal Size32" - widescreen
Dimensions (WxDxH)31.6 in x 3.9 in x 19.4 in - without stand and speakers
Resolution1366 x 768
Display Format720p
PC InterfaceVGA (HD-15), HDMI
TechnologyTFT active matrix ( S-IPS )
Image Aspect Ratio16:9
TV TunerNo tuner
Additional FeaturesXD Engine technology
Sound Output ModeStereo
Speaker SystemSpeakers not included
Sound EffectsSRS WOW
PowerAC 120/230 V
Product Type32" LCD flat panel display
TV TunerNo tuner
PC InterfaceVGA (HD-15), HDMI
DimensionsWithout stand and speakers
Width31.6 in
Depth3.9 in
Height19.4 in
Diagonal Size32" - widescreen
TechnologyTFT active matrix
LCD Display TechnologyS-IPS
Resolution1366 x 768
Display Format720p
Image Aspect Ratio16:9
Image Contrast Ratio1600:1
Brightness500 cd/m2
Viewing Angle178 degrees
Viewing Angle (Vertical)178 degrees
Pixel Pitch0.51 x 0.51 mm
Pixel Response Time8 ms
Max V-Sync Rate85 Hz
Max H-Sync Rate83 kHz
Comb Filter3D digital
Additional FeaturesXD Engine technology
Audio System
Sound Output ModeStereo
Sound EffectsSRS WOW
Speakers IncludedSpeakers not included
Output Power / Total20 Watt
Connector Type1 x HDMI input ( 19 pin HDMI Type A )
2 x component video input ( BNC x 3 )
1 x composite video input ( BNC )
1 x S-Video input ( 4 pin mini-DIN )
2 x serial ( 9 pin D-Sub )
1 x VGA input ( 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) )
1 x VGA output ( 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) )
1 x composite video output ( BNC )
3 x audio input ( RCA phono x 2 )
1 x audio output ( RCA phono x 2 )
Power DevicePower supply
Voltage RequiredAC 120/230 V
Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep1 Watt
Power Consumption Operational145 Watt
Dimensions & Weight Details
Dimensions & Weight DetailsPanel - 31.6 in x 3.9 in x 19.4 in
Panel with speakers - 38 in x 4.1 in x 19.4 in
Panel with stand - 31.6 in x 4.1 in x 21.3 in
Panel with stand and speakers - 38 in x 4.1 in x 21.3 in x 46.5 lbs
Dimensions & Weight (Shipping)
Width (Shipping)36.1 in
Depth (Shipping)27.7 in
Height (Shipping)13.1 in
Weight (Shipping)57.3 lbs

CES 2008 - HDTV Feature - LG, Samsung, Pioneer, and Panasonic

With well over 1.7 million net square feet of exhibition space, saying that CES 2008 is big is somewhat of an understatement. It is the BIGGEST Consumer Electronics Show in the world! It was simply impossible for any individual to take in the sights and sounds of every company, every booth, given the time constraints placed upon us. As such, you have to stay pretty focused on what you want to see and one area that I really wanted to check out in Las Vegas was the latest innovations in the area of home televisions.

It goes without saying that HDTV is a huge industry. Both LCD and Plasma manufacturers had a lot to show us, both proclaiming just how great their image quality is and how accurate their color reproduction is. In fact, several firms offer both technologies, and some do the DLP thing instead. And then there’s OLED too. Man alive, there are a lot of televisions to consider, but let’s have a look at four of the biggest players in the game and what they had to offer in terms of TV at the Consumer Electronics Show this year.

LG: Life’s Good, but BETTER in 3D

LG is known for making a lot of shiny things with cool touch-sensitive controls and their televisions were no exception. The two primary technologies that they had on display at CES were 3D TV and wireless HDTV.

The cool thing about the 3D LCD monitor from LG is that, unlike so many other 3D monitors, this television doesn’t require any special goggles. In recent years, we’ve seen all sorts of movie theaters and theme parks make use of easier-to-use three-dimensional displays, but these still need you to wear a piece of flimsy paper (or plastic) glasses. With the LG offering, this is not necessary and you get a similar (albeit weaker) three dimensional image that is visible to the naked eye.

This is achieved by using three panels stacked on top of one another, giving you the impression of depth. The key advantage, of course, is that you don’t need glasses, but the there are several disadvantages. For starters, the third dimension is not seamless; it’s composed of three “levels.” Also, the image can get very blurry and out of focus if you are either viewing from an angle or from a non-optimal distance.

The other tech that LG was proudly proclaiming was the idea of a wireless 1080p LCD TV. They had these in a variety of sizes, topping out at about the 50- to 60-inch range. There is basically a set-top box that supplements the back of your television, granting you access to the usual set of connectors. This way, you can mount the TV on your way and never try to access the back of it again.

LG 42" HDTV Widescreen LCD Television

LG Electronics is one of the world's largest electronics manufacturers, producing a large range of consumer electronics and IT products. LG has created reputation for progressive technology and innovation with the latest technological developments in consumer electronics, home appliances and IT products.


1366 x 768p Resolution;
ATSC/NTSC/QAM Clear Tuner;
XD Engine;
178ยบ True Wide Viewing Angle;
Super IPS Technology;
SRS TruSurround XT;
LG SimpLink;
2 HDMI with HDCP

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