LG 42LD450 42'' Full HD 1080p LCD TV with built in Freeview - HotUKDeals
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This is the LG 42LD450 42" HD 1080p LCD TV with built in freeview. With this LG 42LD450 you get a sleek design to watch your favourite channels. This LG 42LD450 has many features including 2 hdmi inputs, picture wizard, smart saving energy plus, usb 2.0 with a slim depth and narrow frame. This LG 42LD450 will look brilliant any household room with this stunning LG 42LD450. This LG 42LD450 comes with 1 years warranty which includes both parts and labour for peace of mind.
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#1
Main Features | LG 42LD450



HD-Ready 1080p
2 HDMI INPUTS
USB Input
Freeview

Display of LG 42LD450

Screen size (in.)42
Display Type LCD
Full HD (1080p)Yes
Resolution 1920 x 1080p
Contrast Ratio 60,000:1

Video of LG 42LD450
Aspect Ratio 16:9
HDMI 2
Picture Wizard Yes

Audio of LG 42LD450
Audio Output 10W + 10W
Clear Voice Yes (Clear Voice II)

Convenience of LG 42LD450
Smart Energy Saving Plus Yes
USB 2.0 (DivX HD, MP3, Jpeg play)Yes
Award isf Certification
Slim Depth & Narrow frame Yes

Dimensions - WxHxD (mm) of LG 42LD450
SET (w/o stand) (mm) 1023 x 635 x 76.6
Including stand (mm)1023 x 685 x 261
VESA Dimensions (mm) 200 x 200
Weight (Kg)SET (w/o stand kg)13.5
Including stand (kg)15.1
#2
Looks OK, but I just wouldn't buy a TV at this level now unless it had HD Freeview built in, and probably LAN & Internet enabled too. Seems a bit dead-end otherwise. 2 x HDMI is a little stingey too by today's standards. Not voting.
#3
I'd like to of found a 42" Full HD TV at this price that had freeview HD and LAN / Internet enabled.........

This TV is a very good set, with very good reviews........ I got it from Amazon recently and very pleased for the price, you have to remember, this is a budget set that punches well above its cost!
#4
@ a666andy - maybe not at this price, but for £499, you can get a huge Sony 46" EX403, which is much better in quality than this LG and also is DLNA/Internet enabled.

Edited By: NoobTV on Feb 01, 2011 15:12
#5
I bought this TV a month ago and it's seriously good value. Picture is ace and importantly for me, displays games insanely well.
#6
Gurus , I am looking for a 37" Full HD with Freeview HD ad Internet enabled , either Sony or Panny for around 400 £ anyone know of good deals , please do let me know ..would be of great help , my current one broke and me without a TV,so in a hurry to buy...
#7
its been floating around this price for a year now
#8
The cost does vary - I got it for £369 last August but have seen it rise to near £500 - highly recommend this tv and with the USB hack its even more of an asset
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Clarioner
Looks OK, but I just wouldn't buy a TV at this level now unless it had HD Freeview built in, and probably LAN & Internet enabled too. Seems a bit dead-end otherwise. 2 x HDMI is a little stingey too by today's standards. Not voting.


If you have Sky or Virgin HD boxes, and/or a games console or bluray player with internet/lan features, and/or a media centre, which is what many people have, there's no point paying extra for TV's with those features built in as you'll never use them.
#10
Great value for the money as not everyone wants to pay for the bells and whistles. I got this for my parents to use in December from Currys and it is perfect for them.
#11
NoobTV
@ a666andy - maybe not at this price, but for £499, you can get a huge Sony 46" EX403, which is much better in quality than this LG and also is DLNA/Internet enabled.


Just been looking at it here that's a good tv for the price!
#12
RajUK
Gurus , I am looking for a 37" Full HD with Freeview HD ad Internet enabled , either Sony or Panny for around 400 £ anyone know of good deals , please do let me know ..would be of great help , my current one broke and me without a TV,so in a hurry to buy...


John Lewis has the Sony KDL-37EX403 for £429 with 5 year warranty... (has been a better price -but that's about the best for that model now).
#14
rofldinho
Clarioner
Looks OK, but I just wouldn't buy a TV at this level now unless it had HD Freeview built in, and probably LAN & Internet enabled too. Seems a bit dead-end otherwise. 2 x HDMI is a little stingey too by today's standards. Not voting.
If you have Sky or Virgin HD boxes, and/or a games console or bluray player with internet/lan features, and/or a media centre, which is what many people have, there's no point paying extra for TV's with those features built in as you'll never use them.


Or if you are in Northern Ireland where Freeview HD wont be rolled out until 2012!
#15
wombat6025
RajUK
Gurus , I am looking for a 37" Full HD with Freeview HD ad Internet enabled , either Sony or Panny for around 400 £ anyone know of good deals , please do let me know ..would be of great help , my current one broke and me without a TV,so in a hurry to buy...


John Lewis has the Sony KDL-37EX403 for £429 with 5 year warranty... (has been a better price -but that's about the best for that model now).


Thanks wombat6025.
#16
Hi,

For those that own this TV, i have been looking at it for awhile now but i would be looking to use it as a monitor on a PC, where i play alot of games. Would it be suitable? Could i also use it to type in word OK?
#17
I have ordered this TV on the thought that it was an LCD which is what is clearly stated on my order. The order has arrived and it is a PLASMA!!!!

What do I do now????? :(
#18
terriq
I have ordered this TV on the thought that it was an LCD which is what is clearly stated on my order. The order has arrived and it is a PLASMA!!!!What do I do now????? :(

Then you either ordered the LG 42PJ350 ir they sent you it by mistake...... Either way, under the distance selling regs you can cancel your order and they will have to collect and refund.

Else if they simply sent the wrong set, then ask them to send the correct one and collect the wrong one at the same time.

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