32" High Definition LCD TV - Olevia LT32HV LCD -for $600, good?

Discussion in 'Displays' started by jhego, Feb 14, 2007.

  1. jhego

    jhego [H]ard|Gawd

    Jul 23, 2004
    A local seller is selling this model for 600$. Is it a good price for the specs and quality?

    Liquid Crystal Display Technology Is The Future Of Television! The Syntax Olevia Is So Breathtakingly Sharp, It's Real!

    One of the newest Olevia models, the LT32HV is a HDTV-ready 32-inch LCD TV, featuring Super-IPS (Super-In-Plane-Switching) technology to provide sharp, vivid digital entertainment images from analog and digital TV signals, DVDs, VHS and video games. The high-end benefits of Super-IPS provide the best display performance with high color saturation, the widest viewing angles, sharpest images, best response times and the minimum amount of color shift and distortion from any angle.

    Highlights of the LT32HV include 178 degree expanded viewing angles that give excellent picture quality from any room location, exceptional 1200:1 dynamic contrast ratio, high resolution of 1366 x 768 (WXGA), 8ms response times to display rapidly-moving images with smooth transitions that eliminate ghosting effects, 800 cd/m2 high brightness, and a 16:9 cinema-style widescreen aspect ratio with automatic progressive scan. Dual built-in NTSC TV tuners display split screens and Picture-in-Picture. The LT32HV also features the newly-designed, stunningly-attractive black and charcoal bezel to frame the space-efficient LCD TV that can be wall mounted using an optional VESA-standard mounting kit. Furthermore, the LT32HV features a patent pending rear panel AV Lamp for best visibility when accessing the rear inputs.


    32" 16:9 Cinema-Style Widescreen Aspect Ratio
    HDTV Display Ready (480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i)
    1200:1 High Contrast Ratio
    Wide XGA 1366 x 768 Resolution
    High Brightness 800 cd/m2
    8ms Response Time
    Dual Built-in TV Tuner
    PIP & Picture Grid Views
    Digital YC 3D Comb Filter
    HDTV, Progressive Scan Input
    178 / 178 Degree Wide Viewing Angles
    VGA (DB15) & DVI-I/HDCP
    15W + 15W Surround Speakers


    Screen Size: 32" TFT LCD
    Aspect Ratio: 16:9
    Brightness: 800 cd/m2
    Contrast Ratio: 1200:1
    Pixel Resolution: (H x V) 1366 x 768
    Response Time: 8 ms
    Viewing Angle: 178 (H) / 178 (V)
    Cabinet Color: Black

    Digital 3D Comb Filter
    Progressive Scan
    2:2 / 3:2 Pull Down
    Digital Picture Noise Reduction
    Resolution Scan: VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, WXGA
    Adjustable Color Temperature
    VGA Auto Frequency Correction
    TV Auto Frequency Tuning

    Audio Output: R/L RCA preout and Sub-Woofer preout
    Earphone Output: Mini - Stereo Jack x 1
    Speaker: 15w x 2
    Auto Sound Level Control
    Auto Voice Correction

    Input / Output:
    HDTV Component Input Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr x 2 (480i, 480p,720p, 1080i)
    Composite Video Input RCA x 2
    S-Video Input 4-pin DIN x 3
    Audio Input RCA L/R x 6
    DVI-Input: DVI - I x 1
    VGA Input: DB15 x 1

    TV System Support: NTSC
    TV Tuner Input: TV / CATV RF x 1, NTSC Only
    Service Port: RS232 x 1

    TV / Video Switch
    Dual Tuner*
    Channel Return
    PIP / Split Screen / Grid
    Viewing Aspect Ratio 16:9, 4:3, Zoom
    Clock / Alarm
    Sleep Timer
    Favorite Channel Setting
    V-Chip Parental Control
    Close Caption
    Language: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Swedish, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese

    Wall Mounted Type VESA 200, WM-15D / WM-20D
    Horizontal Frequency: 30 - 80 KHz
    Vertical Frequency: 50 - 80 KHz
    PC Frequency Support: 1366 x 768 @ 60 Hz (Max)
    Tuner Box: Removable for ATSC Replacement
    Power Consumption AC: 180 Watts (Max) ?

    39.8" (W) x 22" (H) x 11.1" (D) with Stand
    39.8" (W) x 19" (H) x 4.6" (D) without Stand

    55 lbs with Stand
    45 lbs without Stand
    Safety Certification: CE, FCC, UL, CUL, CB, TUV
    Energy Star
  2. brighton

    brighton Limp Gawd

    Feb 20, 2006
    i have a 32" Olevia (6 months old) its great only complaint i have is no HDMI input but i knew that before buying it.
  3. jhego

    jhego [H]ard|Gawd

    Jul 23, 2004
    how important is the HDMI?
  4. jhego

    jhego [H]ard|Gawd

    Jul 23, 2004
    and also, isn't there a converter from HDMI to VGA/DVI?
  5. ThreeDee

    ThreeDee [H]ardForum Junkie

    Sep 5, 2001
  6. jhego

    jhego [H]ard|Gawd

    Jul 23, 2004