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Been looking around and this is definitely the cheapest i have been able to find for this TV. Good reviews, decent spec - Great price!!! Especially for those who couldn't get the Sainsbury SONY offer.

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Colour Black
TV Type LCD
Model Number 37LH3000
Screen Size (inch) 37
Screen Size (cm) 94
Widescreen Yes
HD Ready Yes1
1080p Full HD Yes
Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080
Contrast Ratio 50,000:1
Number of HDMI Sockets 3
Number of Scart Sockets 2
Teletext Yes
Stand Supplied Yes
Wall Mountable Yes
Electronic Programme Guide Yes
Dimensions (WxDxH in cm) H65.9 x W92.2 x D29.7cm (with stand)
Weight 12.6 kg
Component Video In Socket Yes
AV In Socket Yes
Remote Control Yes
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#1
Pooped my pants then, thought this was the telly i paid £600 only 7 weeks ago!!

Then I realised I have the 37LH5000!!!

This range of LG TV's is quality at the price, I realised my mum has the 32" version of this TV , same spec other than Screen Soze, and it is quality for picture and sound (although even better with amp etc!)

A bargain, I think along with Samsung, LG make THE best TV's
#2
I bought this television for £399.99 before Christmas.

I'm absolutely delighted with it and have been able to activate the USB port on the back of the set meaning I can play divX files etc

It seems reasonable value for those looking for a branded set. Obviously not as cheap as some unbranded sets that have been posted here recently.
#3
Seems a good price. Does anyone know how this compares to the Sony 37W5500 which is being sold for £400 by Sainsburys?
#4
silentphoenix
Seems a good price. Does anyone know how this compares to the Sony 37W5500 which is being sold for £400 by Sainsburys?


I am wondering the same - have this ordered http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/643072/sony-37in-full-hd-100hz-freeview-lc?page=2 this but wodering if I should go with the LG instead.

But from what I have read (online so opinions I know!) Sony are better than LG. And the Sony's have a 3 year warranty at the moment which I think swings it for me,
1 Like #5
silentphoenix
Seems a good price. Does anyone know how this compares to the Sony 37W5500 which is being sold for £400 by Sainsburys?


The Sony set is the better buy

[LIST]
[*]Better panel
[*]100hz as opposed to 50hz
[*]3 year warranty
[*]It's not an LG ;-)
[/LIST]

It's a no brainer :thumbsup:
#6
Sony deal is clearly better if you can get one. However, as OP says "Especially for those who couldn't get the Sainsbury SONY offer".
1 Like #7
Daisychainstar
I am wondering the same - have this ordered http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/643072/sony-37in-full-hd-100hz-freeview-lc?page=2 this but wodering if I should go with the LG instead.

But from what I have read (online so opinions I know!) Sony are better than LG. And the Sony's have a 3 year warranty at the moment which I think swings it for me,


my brother bought my dad this LG a few weeks ago for 570, i just picked up the sainsburys sony,

i was happy to get the same as my dad, but now i have the sony, its MILES better, more features, better menu, network port, better SD, the LG's SD is washed out compared to the sony's, yes thats a side by side comparrison, as i said, i was happy to get the LG at the time..

overall im amazed by the sony, not because of the price, but because it truly is a really good tv, ida happily paid much more for it!
#8
Might be ok for tv/movies etc, but for games consoles the input lag and motion blur is truly unbearable.

Decent price either way.
#9
striker33
Might be ok for tv/movies etc, but for games consoles the input lag and motion blur is truly unbearable.

Decent price either way.


not played the 360 on the LG, the sony has a "GAME" profile which eliminates the lag, but if you dont realise the option is there, it will pee you off till you find it lol
#10
DudeyGeeza
not played the 360 on the LG, the sony has a "GAME" profile which eliminates the lag, but if you dont realise the option is there, it will pee you off till you find it lol


Can someone explain to me in layman's terms what input lag is?

I've just bought the Aldi 32" hdtv and intend to buy a hdmi cable to hook my xbox 360 up to it. It has a "game" mode, but I have no idea what is meant by input lag, or how to look out for it. It sounds baaaaaaad!!
#11
striker33
Might be ok for tv/movies etc, but for games consoles the input lag and motion blur is truly unbearable.

Decent price either way.


I've got the 32" version of this tv and haven't ever seen input lag or motion blur on it when it was hooked up to my pc and used for gaming :?
#12
horsepills
Can someone explain to me in layman's terms what input lag is?


The screen has to process the image before its displayed, this creates a delay between you pressing a button on your Consoles controller and seeing the effect/movement on the screen. Games feel unresponsive, although its the TV at fault. Effects some types of game more First Person Shooters were almost unplayable on my friends Sony LCD.

Its actually quite a big problem for many LCD TV's, specially low-mid range ones. It one of the reasons i went Plasma. All the LCD TV's motion smoothing and "100Hz" processing usually need to be turned off (no bad thing though, 100Hz is overrated and need to be turned off most of the time anyway). Some have a Game mode which does this and can help, but often still not enough with many TV's. Many people are unaware of this as it never gets mentioned in shops (and the salesmen have no idea about this, or much else really). Always read reviews online first and ignore salesmen, good professional reviewer will measure each TV's input lag.
#13
autopilot
The screen has to process the image before its displayed, this creates a delay between you pressing the button and seeing the effect on the screen. Game feels unresponsive, although its the TV at fault. First Person Shooters were almost unplayable on my friends Sony LCD.

Its actually quite a big problem for many LCD TV's, specially low-mid range ones. Some have a Game mode which helps, but often still not enough. Many people are unaware of this as it never gets mentioned in shops (and the salesmen have no idea). Always read reviews online, good reviewer will measure each TV's input lag.


exactly, imagine playing the wii, on wii sports or similar, you swing that bat, and...... then it swings on the tv.... Thank god the GAME mode on my sony sorted it! My kids were shouting at me! lol
#14
Voodle
I've got the 32" version of this tv and haven't ever seen input lag or motion blur on it when it was hooked up to my pc and used for gaming :?


32 inch and below it's generally un noticeable, tends to be a lot more obvious in the 37-40 inch+ models.

As for the 'game' mode all these TVs have, most of it is marketting babble. It usually degrades the picture quality so much that it isn't worth it. If your tv has a noise reduction filter or something similar, you can turn that off to lower the motion blur effect significantly, which basically gives the same effect as game mode without degrading picture quality. Each Tv varies though, and from what I've heard SONY Tvs have the best image processors by a mile for gaming.
#15
didnt realise that there was a lag with this TV , was just about to buy it to use with , amongst others , my xbox 360 !! thanks for the heads up !!
#16
zackkilmer
didnt realise that there was a lag with this TV , was just about to buy it to use with , amongst others , my xbox 360 !! thanks for the heads up !!


Best to read up on reviews of any TV first, as theres usually a section analysing how good it is for gaming :)

As a general rule, if you want a large TV which will be used for gaming primarily then your best off with a plasma screen. Unless your willing to splash out on an LED backlit TV or Bravia LCD. If its just light gaming etc then most people can get away with a cheap LCD. ;-)
#17
There's a lot of s-lag on my TV --- but that's only the porn :-D
#18
toonarmani
The Sony set is the better buy

[LIST]
[*]Better panel
[*]100hz as opposed to 50hz
[*]3 year warranty
[*]It's not an LG ;-)
[/LIST]

It's a no brainer :thumbsup:


What a rediculous quote if I've ever read one.

The majority of LCD panels are actually made by LG, so with it being Sony, its most probable that the panel is LG.... :whistling:
#19
pidgey
A bargain, I think along with Samsung, LG make THE best TV's


Samsungs are popular because they are cheap... I have yet to watch anyones Samsung LCD and actually like the picture quality and I've seen a few. I've never been able to get an acceptable picture (to me) on my mothers Samsung. I can't comment on the LG's though. :whistling:
#20
Have to agree, the LG and Samsung ranges use lesser quality components, hence the cheaper price tag.

Personally after reading a number of forums, the issues experienced with both manufacturers, I wouldnt touch either.
#21
Rhys1927
Have to agree, the LG and Samsung ranges use lesser quality components, hence the cheaper price tag.

Personally after reading a number of forums, the issues experienced with both manufacturers, I wouldnt touch either.


you are going to get more issue with samsung and LG because more people buy them!

Personally, I wouldnt buy ANY LCD/ Plasma tv without a 3-5 year warranty
#22
LG are making some seriously good quality sets now, though it varies a bit. The LH90 at the top end is one of the best TVs ever made, and the new pk550 plasma looks an incredible bargain.

Doesn't apply to all of them though. The problem with many low end sets is that the default settings are often wildly inaccurate on greyscale/gamma/colour, and that's impossible to tune in without a colorimeter (even for a professional calibrator, let alone home users). Can't find a review for this one, so would suspect it'll have the same issues.
#23
pidgey

I think along with Samsung, LG make THE best TV's


That made me laugh!!!!:w00t:
#24
my mistake, different LG
#25
hi iv never bought a tv before , thinking of getting this for my daughter im assuming you can plug a laptop into it ? thankyou , ps where are the smilys round here ty
#26
Tv now appears to be at £397.00 + £5.95 delivery.

I'm presuming you only get a 1 year warranty with this as well?
#27
Mine arrived today, took minutes from the box to watching and a really good set in my opinion. My only gripe is that the stand makes it slightly taller than I would like but that really is pushing it to complain at such a good deal including some quidco.

Note the price has gone back up now though
#28
thankyou :) seems to have gone up a little bit:roll:

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