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Humax LP TDR1 Series TV (32", 40")

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews of Humax LP TDR1 Series TV (32", 40"). The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other TVs for all reviews. People are impressed by the usability and durability. The image quality and design are also appreciated.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Humax LP TDR1 Series TV (32", 40") is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : John Archer (

Humax LP40-TDR1 review


With Freeview recording and an attractive price, this 40in LCD is an intriguing buy.

Strong visual performance ; Reasonable audio ; Beguiling design

Lacks 100Hz processing or a PC connection ; Not Full HD ; Only one HDMI port

An impressively specced TV, let down by its limited connectivity and the fact that it is not Full HD

Aug, 2008

Expert review by : Paul Lester (

Humax LP32-TDR1 LCD television


Humax has produced some of the more successful PVRs over the last year so it's no real surprise to see the name behind the feature-rich LP32-TDR1. This 32" LCD is most notable for the inclusion of a built in PVR sporting a generous 160GB hard drive and...

Impressive performance from the digital tuner, PVR integrates well, decent range of features

High definition and audio performance could be better, no twin-tuner capabilities for synchronised recording / time-shifting

Humax has taken an innovative approach to its 32-inch LCD with the addition of a built-in PVR, but we're a little disappointed it doesn't live up to the high standards set by its standalone range.

Jul, 2007

Expert review by : staff (

Humax LP32-TDR1 review


Humax rewrites the LCD value rule book

Elegant design ; Easy to use ; Good quality recordings

Slightly forced blacks ; Backlight seepage in dark scenes

If you're in the market for a clutter-busting TV/PVR combi, the LP32 is good value at £800

Mar, 2007

Expert review by : John Archer (

Humax LP32-TDR1 32in LCD TV & PVR


Humax has packed a lot of functionality into this 32in TV and kept the price affordable.

Inevitably there are limitations to what this HDD system can do; you can’t, say, record HD material from external AV sources like a Sky HD receiver or Blu-ray player. But it will record absolutely anything you like from the built-in Freeview tuner.

Feb, 2011

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Humax LP32-TDR1 review


Humax's clutter-busting LCD comes with a built-in Freeview PVR, bargain price and some sharp styling. But can its picture match the CV?

A stylish and impressive TV and PVR combo for the price – just don't expect the earth when it comes to performance

Oct, 2007

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Humax LP32-TDR1


Don't expect the earth at this money you shouldn't and you won't be disappointed

Built-in PVR and digital tuner; smart looks; decent performance; good price

Picture lacks the class of some rivals; max length recordings lack some composure

Expert review by : Which? (

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Sep, 2008

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very good value for money the best TV of its kind in this price range

Have not found any

Jul, 2008

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Great all round.

The only thing that lets it down is the EPG program, theprogram list. It does not show a complete program list available, only theprogramsfor the chanel currently selected.

Jun, 2008

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Excellent picture and great sound quality, packed full of features - as good as others I looked at which were twice the price. Has a large Hard Drive for plenty of hours of recording too.

None I've encountered as yet.

Apr, 2008