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LG 42" 3D Freeview HD LCD/LED TV from Very £699.00 plus quidco 8% cashback

£699.00 @ Very
Just browsing on Very website and found this great deal for a 42" 3D tv. Only £699 plus with quidco cashback of 8% it makes it only £644! Key Features * LED * 3DTV * Compat… Read More
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6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago
Just browsing on Very website and found this great deal for a 42" 3D tv.
Only £699 plus with quidco cashback of 8% it makes it only £644!

Key Features

* LED
* 3DTV
* Compatible with Sky 3D
* Freeview HD
* NetCast
* 4 HDMI INPUTS
* 200Hz
* USB 2.0

Just ordered one at this superb price. Just checked Currys website and is £999.99 on there

A delivery charge of £6.95 will be applied to this item.

Making it

£705.95

and

£651.95
- lavondys
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#1
same price on woolworths website but still an excellant deal!!!

http://www.woolworths.co.uk/lg-3d-42in-freeview-hd-lcdled-tv/804151950.prd
#2
Very and Woolworths are run by Shop Direct Limited so the prices are the same.
suspended#3
Already posted by me same company addition Direct very all the same
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-3d-42in-freeview-hd-lcd-led-tv-6/841732/#post10266409
#4
Sorry didn't realise. Had done a search before putting it on but yours never came up. Apologies
#5
Nice
#6
I think this is the first time a Very deal would get Very hot. heat added
#7
S T E A L :{

Looks great : Clicky


Edited By: DownHill911 on Jan 02, 2011 21:09
#8
literally amazed at this price, I never even bother looking at these retailers as they are normally well over priced. Hot Hot
#9
10% first credit order as new customer too buy now pay Feb2012 intrest free n all :) looks sweet deal if it had been a 50" id of got one
1 Like #10
lavondys
Very and Woolworths are run by Shop Direct Limited so the prices are the same.


littlewoods are also ran by them but look at there prices tho lol ;)
#12
l77bla
Sorry didn't realise. Had done a search before putting it on but yours never came up. Apologies
dont worry, your deal is hotter : )))
#13
mickymcd
10% first credit order as new customer too buy now pay Feb2012 intrest free n all :) looks sweet deal if it had been a 50" id of got one


can't get buy now pay feb 2012 on a new account

needs to have order history for security reasons
#14
sizzling. can cook my turkey on this deal. hot. 8)
#15
Don't think any glasses are included and there's no dvd player. Surely better off going for a 50" samsung + 2 3d glasses and dvd player for 899?
#16


Someones got the pro's and con's mixed up.... I HOPE!lol
#17
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

LG has made a name for itself producing high-quality products at ultra-competitive prices, but they haven’t managed to repeat the trick with this 3D TV. 3D performance was very disappointing.

3D picture

A grand may not seem cheap, but compared with most 3D TVs this could seem like a snip. Don’t be fooled. Prominent ghosting (a double image caused by a latent overlap between the left and right images on screen) is a constant irritant. Mid-ground images, in particular, were afflicted and even on the ‘natural world’ sequence (a clip where 3D usually impresses) one of our expert panel said it made him feel ‘cross-eyed’.

Ghosting wasn’t the only problem though. Some images were unintentionally transparent, detail was soft and the picture looked too dim. We tried adjusting the backlight, but this really had no effect.

Annoyingly, you can’t adjust the picture settings while in 3D mode either (unlike other 3D TVs), so fine tuning isn’t easy.
3D glasses

Like its rivals the LG uses active shutter glasses which synchronise the TV via an infra-red signal and rapidly blink on and off, playing back full 1080p images to the right eye and left eye at a rate of 50 frames per second. They’re fairly light and more comfortable than most 3D glasses, but not quite as good as Samsung’s offering.

Source : h.co.uk/technology/tv-and-dvd/reviews-ns/best-3d-tv/lg-42lx6900/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.which.co.uk/technology/tv-and-dvd/reviews-ns/best-3d-tv/lg-42lx6900/
#18
Good price, POOP TV :)
1 Like #19


Which are idiots.

Look they can't even get their pros/cons correct. haha

"3D Pros: Lots of ghosting, strange transparent effects, you can’t adjust the picture in 3D mode

3D Cons: It’s relatively cheap for a 3DTV"
#20
Was going to go for the 50" samsung TV Very had for £899 but not sure my new living room would take it.
#21
id probably spend 179 more and get the same tv from richer sounds with a 5 year extended warranty
#22
I wasn't going to buy a TV but at that price I couldn't resist damn you!!!
#23
Too little info on the net about this set for my liking. There's barely anything even on AV Forums. All I have read is that crosstalk is very bad on this set, worth avoiding imo.
#24
Was tempted to get this, but the odd review I have seen it looks poor :(
#25
I should point out that I didn't buy it for it's 3D ability as I believe that will die out quite quickly.
#26
No motion blur, yet the football at the end was blurred :P
#27
Tripletrouble
I should point out that I didn't buy it for it's 3D ability as I believe that will die out quite quickly.


That was rather silly wasn't it as your money would have bought a much better 2D only TV. Unless of course you doubt yourself regarding the longevity of 3D.
#28
how good/effective are 3d tv's in general? it seems like ones of those things that would be really bad for the eyes, any got a 3d tv and getting headaches,migraines etc?
[mod]#29
lavondys
Very and Woolworths are run by Shop Direct Limited so the prices are the same.
very is littlewoods, same as choices and a few others. or is littlewoods under shop direct limited?

just wondered.
#30
All of them are under shop direct limited
#31
Shame about all the negative comments.. would love a 3d tv but can't justify 700 on a poor specimen!
#32
agreed wouldnt trust "which", i use to work for the company which they send there testing, the guys doing the testing havent got a clue.
#33
simate
Tripletrouble
I should point out that I didn't buy it for it's 3D ability as I believe that will die out quite quickly.
That was rather silly wasn't it as your money would have bought a much better 2D only TV. Unless of course you doubt yourself regarding the longevity of 3D.

It would have been had I not cancelled the order 20 minutes after posting that for that very reason.
#34
timwishart - Jan 02, 2011 21:22
Don't think any glasses are included and there's no dvd player. Surely better off going for a 50" samsung + 2 3d glasses and dvd player for 899?

The LG website says this model comes with 1 set of glasses included.
#35
has anyone got this tv is it any good as a normal tv?
#36
Recent Amazon Review

Link.......

I got this for Christmas after being recommended by a sales rep (yeah it was £100 more than the TV I wanted to get at the time). But what a reccomendation, no sooner had I set this up with a 3D Blu-Ray that the difference from my old 720P was more than a trifle obvious.
As the TV tuned into Standard Definition channels it's upscaling was much nicer than I was expecting. Normally a 42" HD trying a SD is a complete mess, but whilst regular telly was nothing like Blu-Ray the images were still very watchable and crisp. Plus the fast frame rate added to the fluidity of even the most basic image. I would advise a good Signal booster or 2 to get the full benefit of the Freeview HD channels though as I had a lot of digital distortion and had to settle for SD instead
The real test of the LG's capabilities though was Monsters Verses Aliens. The opening scenes are a definate marker for the depth of 3D. At first there was an annoying ghosty effet (I believe it's called cross-talk) and the 3D didn't fullly come through until 5 mins or so of playing time, but these issues seemed to resolve themselves. Disney's a Christmas Carol really came to life and is recommended for a good 3D experience.
But the LX6900 isn't just about 3D, 2D images is where it shows it's visual prowess. Putting on The Dark Knight Blu-Ray at 24fps will stretch any TV to it's limits, but for the LG it seemed allmost a joke, with the most stunning picture I've seen anywhere. Shrek also has a much crisper almost realistic look and that is impressive enough in SD.
If you are looking to buy a new TV with great picture and have the £800 or so to buy this I'd highly recommend this product, even if you care little for 3D, as it's not only beautiful to look at even when switched off, but has such a stunning picture it competes with the best of the bunch.
Great entry level product
#37
Guys,

Have a look at this youtube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgFHx8LK2RA

BTW Very are offering 10% discount to new customers does anyone know if I use this along with quidco will I get 18% off?
banned#38
sold out
#39
Wow must have been a great deal then!
#40
I have ordered one but was a bit of an impulse buy if anyone wants it for same price or ill just send it back?

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