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LG 37LF7700 37in Full HD Freesat Digital LCD TV £399.99 @ Argos

£399.99 @ Argos
* Intelligent sensor. Television Picture Quality: * High Definition Ready. * Full HD (1080p). * Integrated digital (Freeview). * Freesat. * 37in (93cm) widescre…
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* Intelligent sensor.


Television Picture Quality:

* High Definition Ready.

* Full HD (1080p).

* Integrated digital (Freeview).

* Freesat.

* 37in (93cm) widescreen TV with 89cm visible screen size.

* Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.

* Brightness 500cd/m2.

* Contrast ratio 50,000:1.

* Response time 5ms.

* Dual XD Engine image enhancement.

* Viewing angle 178 degrees.

* Progressive scan.


Connectivity:

* 3 HDMI sockets.

* 2 SCART sockets.

* PC input socket.

* Component video socket.

* Composite.

* Optical connection.

* Headphone socket.

* AV sockets (side and rear).


Sound Quality:

* SRS TruSurround XT sound system.

* 10 x 10W RMS power output.

* Dolby digital sound processor.


Freeview Features:

* Digitally interactive.

* Digital text.

* Digital video broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.

* Auto setup.

* Auto scan for new channels.

* Now and next electronic programme guide.

* 8 day Electronic Programme Guide.

* Top Up TV compatible.

* CI slot.


Additional Features:

* Teletext.

* Fastext.

* UHF tuner.

* Auto setup.

* Auto search tuner.

* Auto search sorting.

* Auto search labelling.

* Sleep timer.

* Child lock.

* NTSC compatible.

* Remote control requires 2 x AAA batteries (included).

* 230V AC mains operated.

* Size of TV (H)63.5, (W)91.8, (D)11.2cm.

* Weight of TV 15.8kg (unpackaged).

* Complete with tabletop stand.

* Size of TV with stand (H)68.4, (W)91.8, (D)29.3cm.

* Weight of TV with tabletop stand 18.8kg.

* Suitable for wall mounting (brackets not included).

* Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.


Energy Savings Trust recommended.

* This product uses less energy than standard models, therefore lowering energy bills and helping the environment.
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#1
4 out of 5 stars given by Whathifi. http://www.whathifi.com/Review/LG-37LF7700/

Using Google Shopping.. The next cheapest find is around the £470 - £499 mark..

VOTED HOT!
#2
not available for store pick up

need to add postage
banned#3
Deedie
not available for store pick up

need to add postage


Would that be free postage?

Yes it would
#4
I think it's £5.95 for delivery... according to the checkout it is anyway
banned#5
Dear Mr Echo
I think it's £5.95 for delivery... according to the checkout it is anyway


Are you sure, i went throu checkout and it deducted the £5.95 p+p
#6
lottysdad08
Would that be free postage?

Yes it would


£5.95 according to checkout
banned#7
Deedie
£5.95 according to checkout



And no i did'nt enter a voucher, it deducts automatically at checkout

http://i700.photobucket.com/albums/ww3/lottysdad/tv2-1.png?t=1270624728
#8
cracking price. Just a shame Freesat is a big fat stinking pile of ****
#9
buckfast67uk
cracking price. Just a shame Freesat is a big fat stinking pile of ****


It'll get better. It's down really to the actual stations and their lack of HD content to put on to Freesat.
#10
buckfast67uk
cracking price. Just a shame Freesat is a big fat stinking pile of ****

Not for those of us that live in poor freeview reception areas it's not. :roll:
#11
lottysdad08
And no i did'nt enter a voucher, it deducts automatically at checkout

http://i700.photobucket.com/albums/ww3/lottysdad/tv2-1.png?t=1270624728


Looks alot like my own browser, gmail - waiting for deal emails, hotukdeals, hundreds of tabs to deal websites LOL :-D
#12
I have the 47 inch version of this TV which I purchased via a deal on here for £600, and I can thoroughly recommend it.
#13
can the usb be hacked?
#14
Carley
Freesat isn't Freeview

That's exactly the point. I live in a ***** Freeview area. Therefore I think Freesat is brilliant.:whistling:
#15
Great price ofr this TV with built in Free Sat. Heat Added
#16
I own this TV, paid about £700 when it was released and very happy with it

For those of you whinging about freesat, it also has Freeview built in so you can choose which you want to view.
#17
Freesat is improving too. Our box updated the other day, we can now get iPlayer content through the red button (over broadband).

Could do with more of the services that are currently available to people in Freeview areas (Dave, Yesterday, Fiver, Five US etc etc)
#18
Can someone please clarify - does this TV have a built-in Freesat HD receiver?
1 Like #19
usenetz
Can someone please clarify - does this TV have a built-in Freesat HD receiver?


Yes.
#20
Carley
Freesat isn't Freeview


I think that was the point - freesat is a good alternative if you don't get a good freeview signal ;-)
#21
is it 1 year warranty? is there an option to upgrade?
1 Like #22
usenetz
Can someone please clarify - does this TV have a built-in Freesat HD receiver?


Yes. Hook it up to an old Sky dish and you've got free to view HDTV ready to go.

I'd definitely tempted, the built in freesat HD receiver is a huge bonus over similar models in this price range even though I won't be able to use it atm.
#23
I don't know what the telly's like but by 'eck... What a price!?!

Tape measure time I think... And a google on how to split a Sky cable. That bit I'm NOT looking forward to!

Got to be deal of the week... Or month.

Now, I'm off before they sell out!
2 Likes #24
I just got the 42" version of this TV last week (£440 off ebay!), and they are an awesome range of TV's

Reason I went for the 42" is that the 32" and 37" are not 100hz refresh, but 42"+ ones are, which is a bit strange - minor niggle I guess, and personal choice.

Setup was easy - I took another feed off our Sky dish (Quad LNB, 2 already used for Sky+), and put the cable straight into the back of the TV - it scanned and picked up 140+ FreeSat channels. Freeview also did its scan and got 110 channels. Ran the update mode too, and it updated it's own firmware via some over-the-air (OTA) mechanism.

Only BBC-HD and ITV-HD on FreeSat at the moment, but kids watched Dr Who on Saturday in HD and it was great.

When a digital camera is connected, the pictures can be viewed and navigated via the TV remote too, which is quite neat as well.

It's got an Ethernet socket too, which apparently will link up for BBC iPlayer use soon, as though we didn't have enough choices already !!! :-)
1 Like #25
ThunderBolt
...And a google on how to split a Sky cable. That bit I'm NOT looking forward to!!


DON'T do that - will not work. V and H polarity of Sky will mess up when flipping around. Check if your Sky Dish has a spare socket on the LNB. If not buy a Twin/Quad one, some cable and F connectors.
#26
I own the 32" version of this tele and highly recommend it. The picture quality is brilliant and Freesat is a huge plus...also, it is Full 1080p rather than the good old 'HD ready' (which I could never figure out!!!).....
#27
This is a great TV i got it for the same amount at RicherSounds.

Freesat is very good i think used to have sky so just plugeed the old cable in and away we go, outstanding picture on bbc HD and itv1 HD.
#28
Apparently the dynamic contrast "feature" of this TV can't be turned off! :(

Dodged a bullet there then.
#29
Contrast ratio 50,000:1. ??? Is it recommended ratio ?
#30
@brain_stew @Dynamo Matt
Thanks for your replies - rep added. :thumbsup:
#31
aidy12
Got the 32" version connected to my pc via powerline adapters and 'twonkymedia' so can watch films and photos without the need for dvd player . Very good tele football on HD is very crisp with no blur at all.


I've had this TV for about a year and didn't even know the ethernet was for streaming stuff, I just assumed it was a maintenance port...
#32
what a great price for a freesat hd tv, does anybody know if this is 100Hz
#33
Rudz
what a great price for a freesat hd tv, does anybody know if this is 100Hz


its 50Hz, 100Hz is on the bigger models
#34
Heat added - great price. Can confirm I've just purchased via Quidco (1.5% discount), no delivery charge so total cost with delivery £393.99. Is just the ticket for the kitchen - many thanks for pointing this deal out.
#35
Just ordered. Thanks.
#36
how does this compare to the other LG

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/643215/lg-37-37lh3000-full-hd-lcd-tv-381-9



Apart from freesat obv. Which is the newer or higher specced model (does the sainsburys have ethernet streaming?). Argos wont deliver to my addy but could get this sent to a family member if it is superior enough to warrant the hassle.
#37
plinkykev;8305417
DON'T do that - will not work. V and H polarity of Sky will mess up when flipping around. Check if your Sky Dish has a spare socket on the LNB. If not buy a Twin/Quad one, some cable and F connectors.

Thanks for the advice plinkykev... More googling neded it would seem!

Can anyone recomend a good place to start? We have an old Sky box upstairs from years ago that we I use as there's no aerial and so far I've no idea what a LNB is. :?

Thanks again plinky. Consider yourself repped up a point! :thumbsup:
#38
thanks .. ordered. :thumbsup:

I have a simple DVD recorder with no tuner , just a scart
Does anyone know if I can record from a scart output from the tv and watch another channel at the same time ? ie. if I am watching Freesat can I record a Freeview channel ?
1 Like #39
ChrisX
Heat added - great price. Can confirm I've just purchased via Quidco (1.5% discount), no delivery charge so total cost with delivery £393.99. Is just the ticket for the kitchen - many thanks for pointing this deal out.


God your wife is demanding, 37" TV for the kitchen? You need to put your trousers back on son.
#40
Ozzie;8306722
thanks .. ordered. :thumbsup:

I have a simple DVD recorder with no tuner , just a scart
Does anyone know if I can record from a scart output from the tv and watch another channel at the same time ? ie. if I am watching Freesat can I record a Freeview channel ?

If you have a standalone freeview box then yes. Definitely. (I'll spell check that in a sec.)

If it's from the telly I'd hazard a guess that if it has dual or twin tuners you'll be on a roll as well!

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