LG 37LH3000 37" Full 1080P High Definition LCD TV - £397 @ Asda Direct - HotUKDeals
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The LH3000 series provides Full 1080P High Definition picture resolution, Energy Saving Recommended, Twin XD Engine, 24p Real Cinema, Invisible Speakers with SRS TruSurround XT, as well as AV Modes for Cinema, Sports, and Games - everything you need to bring the HD experience home.
Full Specification
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 1
Number of Scart Sockets 1
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

Bought this instore at ASDA Edinburgh The Jewel
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#1
Contrast Ratio 50,000:1
Number of HDMI Sockets 1
Number of Scart Sockets 1 -- 1 Socket ? , wont this be a big limitation ?
#2
RajUK
Contrast Ratio 50,000:1
Number of HDMI Sockets 1
Number of Scart Sockets 1 -- 1 Socket ? , wont this be a big limitation ?


I agree, but LG's website indicates more (sorry for the formatting - link below)

RF In
1
Full Scart
1(TV out)
Half Scart
1(MNT/DTV Out)
Component in (Y,Pb,Pr) + Audio
1(480i/480p/576i/576p/720p/1080i/1080p)- 1080p : 60p/50p
Digital Audio Out (Coaxial/ Optical)
1(Optical)
HDMI/HDCP Input
2 (480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080p)- 1 Port PC Mode
RGB In (D-sub 15pin) - PC
1
PC Audio Input
1
LAN (For Modem)
1
RS-232C (Control / SVC)
1
USB (SVC)
1(SVC)

http://www.lge.com/uk/tv-audio-video/televisions/LG-lcd-tv-37LH3000.jsp
#3
Seems like a pretty good deal considering the 2000 has been at this price in most places.
#4
Same model £379in comet, so ASDA's price doesnt look good. Comets website says 2 SCARTS & 3 HDMI ports
http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/527920/LG-37LH3000/tab/specification#spec
#5
There's a Samsung 37B550 at M&S for £450, much rather have a fully loaded set and a 5 year warranty for the £50 more
#6
had one of these for 2 years - nothing but trouble!! Had last tv JVC for 10 years then gave it away to my brother when we bought the LG, the JVC still going strong. might have to ask the brother if i can have it back. the latest quote is £150 for a software upgrade. when i complained to LG about the latest problem they said "oh yes i know exactly what the problem is... it will need a software update" What the **** is that all about - I expect a £700 tv to last longer than 2 years. BEWARE!!
#7
lottie58
had one of these for 2 years - nothing but trouble!! Had last tv JVC for 10 years then gave it away to my brother when we bought the LG, the JVC still going strong. might have to ask the brother if i can have it back. the latest quote is £150 for a software upgrade. when i complained to LG about the latest problem they said "oh yes i know exactly what the problem is... it will need a software update" What the **** is that all about - I expect a £700 tv to last longer than 2 years. BEWARE!!


A lot of reviewers are very down on the viewing angles for the 32" version, was it the same for the 37"?
banned#8
in need of a new telly
#9
Derbytilidie
Same model £379in comet, so ASDA's price doesnt look good. Comets website says 2 SCARTS & 3 HDMI ports
http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/527920/LG-37LH3000/tab/specification#spec


Is this in every store?
#10
Dokko
A lot of reviewers are very down on the viewing angles for the 32" version, was it the same for the 37"?
#11
I'm sure this one was £359 in pcworld today
#12
freezspirit
I'm sure this one was £359 in pcworld today


Why didnt you post it up then? THAT would be a HOT price
#13
Sorry I misread the thread it was the 32 inch that was £359 in pcworld not the 37inch.
#14
My bro has one of these, and I have a 42LH4000 (which apart from size and refresh rate have same hardware). Absolutely love these TV's.

You can flash the firmware to an older version and make changes in the service menu to enable DivX & HD MKV video files via USB (NTFS supported, so no file size problems). Plays almost any video I've thrown at it, with the only exception being MKV's with DTS audio, but that cam be changed if you know how.

EDIT: Help with enabling video here -

http://www.avforums.com/forums/lg-owners-forum/1122561-problem-accesing-lg-32lh3000-service-menu.html


EDIT2: Also, Asda have the specs wrong, dynamic CR is 80,000:1 (not that it should be taken much notice of though)
suspended#15
Mine came today and it's an AUO panel not the supposedly superior IPS ones.
#16
lottie58
had one of these for 2 years - nothing but trouble!! Had last tv JVC for 10 years then gave it away to my brother when we bought the LG, the JVC still going strong. might have to ask the brother if i can have it back. the latest quote is £150 for a software upgrade. when i complained to LG about the latest problem they said "oh yes i know exactly what the problem is... it will need a software update" What the **** is that all about - I expect a £700 tv to last longer than 2 years. BEWARE!!


I'm pretty sure this TV didn't exist 2 years ago, all reviews that exist are from 2009.

Besides which, surely the software problem has always existed, why didn't you complain about it when you got the TV? It's hardly unusual for a complicated piece of electronics to have software bugs and you got a 2 year warranty.

Not to mention, can you not do the software update yourself?
#17
jamesdew
I'm pretty sure this TV didn't exist 2 years ago, all reviews that exist are from 2009.

Besides which, surely the software problem has always existed, why didn't you complain about it when you got the TV? It's hardly unusual for a complicated piece of electronics to have software bugs and you got a 2 year warranty.

Not to mention, can you not do the software update yourself?


....Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 2 Mar 2009
#18
jamesdew
I'm pretty sure this TV didn't exist 2 years ago.


You're right, it didn't.

The H in the model number is the range code. I was working at LG a year ago and the current range code was G. It increases alphabetically when a new range is launched, how often that is I'm not sure.

The part code can be read suchlike; 37LH3000 = 37 (screen size) L (format; L = LCD, P = plasma) H (range) 3000 (model number - the higher this is, the more features and better specs the model has, as a general rule) - May have not used the correct terminolgy for each part but you get the idea.
#19
now out of stock, otherwise you mighta been able to get Currys/PCW to price promise as theirs is £499
#20
there just bringing one thing after another it will never stop
#21
morocco1
You're right, it didn't.

The H in the model number is the range code. I was working at LG a year ago and the current range code was G. It increases alphabetically when a new range is launched, how often that is I'm not sure.

The part code can be read suchlike; 37LH3000 = 37 (screen size) L (format; L = LCD, P = plasma) H (range) 3000 (model number - the higher this is, the more features and better specs the model has, as a general rule) - May have not used the correct terminolgy for each part but you get the idea.


Ye I have the 42LG5000, which I bought 2 years ago, its still pretty good.

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