LG 42LH2000 42" HD Ready LCD TV with 5 year guarantee - £439.95 @ Richer Sounds - HotUKDeals
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Just bought this at Richer Sounds, it's a bargain considering Argos have the same retailing at £579.99 - not including the £131.99 for only 3 years guarantee too.

They are only available to pick up instore but they have a number of stores throughout the country.

HOT HOT HOT !!!
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#1
Not 1080p
banned#2
my bad.

still good deal to me.
#3
StevenJJP
my bad.

still good deal to me.


You need to correct it in the title so as not to mislead people.
#4
price in the title always helps as well
#5
why should he say in the title not 1080p?Fair enough about price in title as well as where from. I am sure if someone wants to fork out this type of money will read all specs on the website. Hot from me as large tv plus warranty.
#6
Title amended with details, retailer & price :)
#7
sconto
why should he say in the title not 1080p?Fair enough about price in title as well as where from. I am sure if someone wants to fork out this type of money will read all specs on the website. Hot from me as large tv plus warranty.


He didn't need to put NOT 1080p, just remove the fact that it did say 1080p :roll:
#8
HD Ready = 1080i (interlace) (Not Full HD).
Full HD = 1080P (progressive)
banned#9
azzy129
HD Ready = 1080i (interlace) (Not Full HD).
Full HD = 1080P (progressive)

That's not the title i put.
#10
I've got a LG42PQ6000 plasma. It isn't a 1080p either but it has a cracking picture. Lovely looking TV with plenty of inputs. I spent a lot ot tie choosing and so far i am very happy with LG. Don't reckon your model has the same spec. Refresh & response rates and contrast ratio aren't great

Just watch out when comparing to Argos. I bought my LG for £425 and Argos are currently quoting it at £729.

There are not many better spec Panasonics and other LGs for similar prices and the 37" version is £449 in John Lewis so including the warranty it might prove to be a good deal for those wanting a 42 lcd

For those that demand 1080p try this 42Lg LCD at £449 in 5 year warranty:

http://www.richersounds.com/product/lcd-tv/lg/42lg5020/lg-42lg5020
#11
I didn't say that's what you put in the title or that's what you should have put (like other ppl have told you) I was just telling other people who may not understand the terminology, what the difference in spec is.
banned#12
azzy129
HD Ready = 1080i (interlace) (Not Full HD).
Full HD = 1080P (progressive)


er, thanks for that logie baird.
banned#13
Just to confirm can this TV take a sky HD box or any HD box
#14
yes .....
#15
I've voted cold.....

I just picked up the 42LH3000 from PC world for £479.99, which is 1080p.

They had the two sitting side by side, and although the casing/enclosure look identical, the picture on the '3000 is vastly better to this one, easily worth the extra in my opinion.
banned#16
bradford_dr
I've voted cold.....

I just picked up the 42LH3000 from PC world for £479.99, which is 1080p.

They had the two sitting side by side, and although the casing/enclosure look identical, the picture on the '3000 is vastly better to this one, easily worth the extra in my opinion.


yeah because judging picture qulaity in PC World is totally reliable...
#17
i just bought this tv a couple of weeks ago nd the picture is great, i paid 366 cause i got mine from a catalogue with a code but its still a good find considering it comes with 5 yr guarantee !!
#18
Mascherano
yeah because judging picture qulaity in PC World is totally reliable...


:-D I have heard all the tales of how DSG staff alter settings to push certain TVs. Urban myth maybe but wouldn't put it past them.

50hz put me off LH3000 with 720p on PQ6000 plasma looking as good as any 1080p lcd
#19
I have this tv and would recommend it thoroughly to anyone thinking of buying it. I use it with a PS3 for gaming, but primarily as a screen for watching DVDs upscaled by the PS3. In addition, it must be remembered that Sky 'HD' tv is at 720p - within the remit of this tv. Also, Richer Sounds offer a good service and their 5 year warranty deals make this even more of a bargain. Buy with confidence
#20
cold for me even though its a good tv at a good price it was £40 cheaper at richer sounds 1-2 weeks ago.... i know use i had one on reserve
banned#21
Its £40 cheaper without the 5 year guarantee but in my opinion, the extra £40 is totally worth it.
#22
apologies silly me i over looked the part where it said with the 5 year warranty!

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