LG 42LF66 42" Full HD Ready LCD with Integrated Freeview £598.90(633.89 inc del but pos 2.5% quidco) - HotUKDeals
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LG 42LF66 42" Full HD Ready LCD with Integrated Freeview £598.90(633.89 inc del but pos 2.5% quidco)

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Sadly not exactly what I want!! Will I ever be satisfied??? Description Modern style blended with the touch of design perfection, brilliant images with life like details will enrich your lif…
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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Sadly not exactly what I want!!

Will I ever be satisfied???

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Modern style blended with the touch of design perfection, brilliant images with life like details will enrich your life and add colour to your inspiration. Plunge into the world of 2 million pixel high resolution visual prominence with LGs state of the art FULL HD technology.

The LF66 Series not only have the convenience of integrated Freeview they also feature a 1920x1080 resolution enabling you to obtain a Full HD Picture quality. The set also features Dynamic Contrast Ratio, so blacks really are black! With two HDMI connections and two scart connections, connecting all you essential AV equipment couldnt be easier.

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Features
Picture/Display
42 " Diagonal Screen Size (Inch)
16:9 Aspect Ratio
5000:1 Contrast Ratio
450 cd/m2 Screen Brightness
178 Degree Viewing Angle
Digital Comb Filter
1920x1080 pixels
1080p resolution
Manufacturers Technology Features
HD Ready
XD Engine Full HD
Convenience
Digital TV Ready
Freeview
Parental Lock/Parental Control
Teletext
1000 Page Teletext Memory
On/Off Timer
Sleep Timer
Clock
EPG (Guide Plus+)
Noise Mute

Sound & Power Output
10w + 10w W (RMS) Output Power
Connections
2 x HDMI Connections
1 x S-Video Connection
1 x Component Video Connection
1 x Standard Scart Connection
1 x RGB Scart Connection
Power,Weight & Dimensions
600x400xm6 Vesa Universal Wall Bracket Fitting
27.5 Kg Unit Weight (Approx)
SET - 1033X750X300.1 SET+STAND - 1033.1X mm (W/H/D) Dimensions
240 W Power Consumption
<1 W Standby Power Consumption
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#1
What do you want then?
#2
"Are You Forgetting Something?"
DELIVERY! £34.99
#3
Delivery Info
Total Excluding Delivery£598.90Delivery to XXXX XXX£34.99Total including Delivery£633.89


OP needs to be ammended!
#4
2.5% quidco aswell


Total steal!!!! Looking for a similar spec Sony Bravia though?

Same price preferably :thumbsup:

£618.05 pos inc del
#5
ludichris
2.5% quidco aswell


Total steal!!!! Looking for a similar spec Sony Bravia though?

Same price preferably :thumbsup:

£618.05 pos inc del


Sounds like we are both after a similar spec tv but it's not easy is it :?

Anybody know of a decent 42" 1080p 100hz lcd tv that's good at handling standard def content and can be used at full 1080p res with a PC for under £1k?

Just when I think I've found a decent one there's always something that lets it down :?
#6
Mr Tea
Sounds like we are both after a similar spec tv but it's not easy is it :?

Anybody know of a decent 42" 1080p 100hz lcd tv that's good at handling standard def content and can be used at full 1080p res with a PC for under £1k?

Just when I think I've found a decent one there's always something that lets it down :?


Yeah, budget is slightly lower than your own but stands etc aint cheap.

Life's tough!

:w00t:
#7
What about Panasonic 42PX80B?
#8
Is this LG better or worse than the Panasonic 42PX80B?

I'm about to order one or the other.
#9
The Panasonic PX80 is so much better. You can buy it today from Dixons for £635.55 using the 5% discount code: HOT5 (That's £699 - 5%) This code ends today!

[COLOR=#0000ff]Panasonic TH42PX80B 42" HD Ready Digital Plasma TV - Cheap Panasonic LCD TVs, Plasma TVs, HD Ready TVs[/COLOR]

£616.48 through quidco.
#10
but that panasonic is plasma :S
#11
but a good plasma is better than lcd.
lcd better fr gaming thats all,but not by much.
fo SD,HD,FILMS plasma is way way better
1 Like #12
the Panny is a good tv but it's not full HD.... max res of 1024x768

@ludichris, how about the Toshiba 42Z3030D? It was on this site at around £850, if that's within your budget.

It has everything we need and looks great. The only thing I'm not sure about is the conflicting reports on how it handles SD :?
#13
ramiuk1
but a good plasma is better than lcd.
lcd better fr gaming thats all,but not by much.
fo SD,HD,FILMS plasma is way way better


whenver i have watched anything on a plasma panel, its always like the lip sync is out...also, football is worse than ever on the panels I have seen in Plasma.
#14
d0rm4nt
whenver i have watched anything on a plasma panel, its always like the lip sync is out...also, football is worse than ever on the panels I have seen in Plasma.


i found football picture worse on plasma too, thought it was just me ! tempted to get plasma but risky as i do a lot of gaming and screen burn is still around on plasma models
#15
Bully;2074142
i found football picture worse on plasma too, thought it was just me ! tempted to get plasma but risky as i do a lot of gaming and screen burn is still around on plasma models


Screen burn is down to negligence, not everyday use.
#16
cmartinuk
Screen burn is down to negligence, not everyday use.


next you will be telling me the poor football picture is down to the footballers :w00t:
#17
i game for several hours a day and not had any burn on either of my plasmas. as the other poster said its down to negligence. The fact you thought football blurred was most likely due to the size of the tv and viewing distance as plasma has a better refresh rate abd dynamic resolution than any lcd will ever have.
#18
oh. and the panel in that lg is very poor in terms of contrast, colour accuracy and dynamic resolution.
#19
Remember a plasma uses up a lot more power than an LCD thus it's more expensive to run.
#20
sotomonkey
Remember a plasma uses up a lot more power than an LCD thus it's more expensive to run.


Big consideration as electricity prices expected to rise by 15% in next few weeks and by at least same amount later in summer ( n.ireland) source: bbc news, for no hassle gaming and cheaper bills gotta be an LCD i guess.:-D
#21
Slightly I'm afraid.

May have to just save some more penny's.

Cheers

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