LG 42LM615T 42 inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LED Cinema 3D TV with Freeview HD - £475 Delivered - electrocentreltd - HotUKDeals
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Just bought this for mum, seems like a slick deal for a 2012 LG 3D LED 42". Passive too.

LG 42" Full HD 1080p 3D TV with LED Technology
Built-in Digital Freeview HD ensures that you are ready for the digital switch-over with access to over 40 TV and radio channels
Cinema 3D TV - Bringing a flicker-free 3D experience direct to your home
DNLA connectivity for streaming music, movies and pictures around your home network
2x USB and 3x HDMI ports for a high definition experience with BluRay or your games console

Display | LG 42LM615T



Screen size (in.): 42
Display Type: LED
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Cinema 3D: Yes
Motion Clarity Index: 200Hz
3D Specification
3D type: FPR (CINEMA 3D)
Format: S/S, T/B, F/S
2D to 3D: Yes
3D to 2D: Yes
2D to 3D Depth control: 0~+20 (default : 10)
2D to 3D Viewpoint control: -10~+10 (default : 0)
3D Viewpoint control: -10~+10 (default : 0)
Dual Play: Yes

Video | LG 42LM615T


Triple XD Engine: Yes
Aspect Ratio Correction: 8 Modes (16:9/Just Scan/Original/Full Wide/4:3/14:9/Zoom/Cinema Zoom1)
Just Scan: (HDMI/Component/RF)1080i / 1080p / 720p
AV Mode: Off / Cinema / Sport / Game
Picture Mode: 8 modes (16:9, Just scan, Original, Full Wide, 4:3, 14:9, Zoom, Cinema Zoom 1)
Picture Wizard : Picture Wizard II

Audio | LG 42LM615T


Mono/Stereo/Dual (MTS/SAP): Yes
Audio Output: 10W + 10W
Speaker System: 1 Way 2 Speakers
Dolby Digital Decoder: Dolby MS10
Surround System: Infinite Surround
Sound Status Mode: 5 modes ( Standard/Music/Cinema/Sport/Game)
Mute: Yes
Clear Voice: Yes (Clear Voice 2)

USB | LG 42LM615T


USB Version (& Speed): v2.0
Moving Picture Playback (SD/HD/Plus HD): DivX HD
JPEG: Yes
Audio Codec: AC3(Dolby Digital),EAC3,HAAC, AAC, Mpeg, MP3, LPCM

Special Features | LG 42LM615T


Intelligent Sensor: Yes
EPG(SI): Yes
Quick View: Yes
Input Labeling: Yes
E-Manual: Yes
E-Streamer: Yes
Key Lock: Yes

Jack Pack (Side) | LG 42LM615T


USB 2.0: 2
HDMI1.4: 1
Headphone Out: 1
CI slot: 1

Jack Pack (Rear) | LG 42LM615T


RF In: 2 (T/C, S2) or 1 (T2/C)
Full Scart: 1
Component in (Y,Pb,Pr) + Audio: 1
Digital Audio Out (Coaxial/ Optical): 1(Optical)
RGB In (D-sub 15pin) - PC: 1
PC Audio Input: 1
LAN (For Modem): 1
HDMI 1.4: 2

Cabinet Description | LG 42LM615T


Swivel (angle): Yes
VESA Compatible: Yes

Connectivity | LG 42LM615T


DLNA (Movie / Photo / Music): DLNA Certified (Wired)
Simplink (HDMI CEC): Yes

Dimensions - WxHxD (mm) | LG 42LM615T


SET (w/o stand) (mm): 979 x 594 x 35.5
Including stand (mm): 979 x 670 x 263
VESA Dimensions (mm): 400 x 400

Weight (Kg) | LG 42LM615T


SET (w/o stand kg): 12.7
Including stand (kg): 14.9

Accessory | LG 42LM615T


3D Glasses: 3D Glasses included - 4 (4 x 3D Glasses)
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#1
Nice!!
banned#2
only 42 inch ... and passive 3D :(

Cold .
#3
Hmmmm... Really tempted!!! £633 at amazon...
banned 1 Like #4
Buy a Passive 3D TV if…

You mainly intend on watching 3D animation movies with your kids.
You want to host 3D sports parties and invite your mates.
If you intend to buy a relatively small 3D TV (42 inches or less).

Buy an Active Shutter 3D TV if…

You're a film fan who wants to see movies in the highest possible resolution.
If you plan on kicking back and watching sports on your own.
If you plan on buying a large screen 3D TV (46 inches or bigger).


iv got 46in HDTV with Active shutter , and im more than happy with image quality :) Dont buy passive . the 3D effect is rubbish .
3 Likes #5
A friend of mine has a 47 inch 3D LG and the passive 3D is incredible
#6
Active shutter 3d tvs come with a free packet
of asprins for the headaches you will get,seriously
though we had instore demos on both and couldn't
detect much if any difference and it looks like the
experts agree ,a Dr Raymond Soneira has written
on this very subject,it is also mentioned in a recent
review for a passive 3d panasonic tv.-scroll down to the
3d verdict.

http://www.avforums.com/review/Panasonic-ET5-ET5B-TX-L42ET5B-L47ET5B-L55ET5B-3D-LED-LCD-TV.html
1 Like #7
Passive 3d is only now coming into the market, most of the passive 3d tvs at John Lewis are more expensive than the active shutter tvs. Also if you have ever had more than 2 people watching the tv, active glasses for 3d content will cost a hell of a lot!!!

Passive 3d for my vote!
#8
having viewed both passive and active, i couldn't see any difference in resolution or quality. Things popped out of the screen and looked 3d on both. I think people make stuff up just to defend their own purchases

This tv seems like a bargain compared to the other LG tvs in the range and seems to have similar features.

Anybody know the major differences though?


Edited By: chevychase on Jun 26, 2012 08:29
1 Like #9
Looks like a great screen for the money. at the end of the day cinema 3d is passive so it can't be that bad.
banned#10
It doesn't have the smart features. Cracking tv though!
#11
oskarito32
Buy a Passive 3D TV if…

You mainly intend on watching 3D animation movies with your kids.
You want to host 3D sports parties and invite your mates.
If you intend to buy a relatively small 3D TV (42 inches or less).

Buy an Active Shutter 3D TV if…

You're a film fan who wants to see movies in the highest possible resolution.
If you plan on kicking back and watching sports on your own.
If you plan on buying a large screen 3D TV (46 inches or bigger).


iv got 46in HDTV with Active shutter , and im more than happy with image quality :) Dont buy passive . the 3D effect is rubbish .

Ever used a large screen passive then? I have last years model in a 47" screen and it's perfect for gaming and movies. Effects are great, you only need to watch the start of Monsters v Aliens with the bat/ball sequence to see that passive screens are more than up to the task of creating a "pop out" effect.

Great price for what I imagine to be a great set if last years models are anything to judge them by.
#12
Personally I don't use the smart tv function on the 2 lg sets I have with this functionality. it has dnla all that matters really. Personally I favour lg sets for their mix of aesthetics, build quality, functionality and of course viewing quality.


Edited By: alera on Jun 26, 2012 09:04
#13
http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/lg/47lm670t/lg-47lm670t

I have this one which is a hell of a lot more for a similar TV ... excellent deal for anyone looking for one :)
#14
Buy an Active Shutter 3D TV if…

You're a film fan who wants to see movies in the highest possible resolution.
If you plan on kicking back and watching sports on your own.
If you plan on buying a large screen 3D TV (46 inches or bigger).

iv got 46in HDTV with Active shutter , and im more than happy with image quality :) Dont buy passive . the 3D effect is rubbish .[/quote]
Got a 55" Passive LG, 3D effect is superb, especially iMAX documentaries, my brother in law got 50 " Active Sammy and now regrets this purchase after experiencing the superior 3D technology, Passive all the way (no nurofen required)
#15
LG as usual offers incredible value for money. Hot.
#16
I viewed both active and passive before making my purchase.

I must admit I was going for the samsung when I walked into the shop, but after seeing the LG I came out with their 47" LED offering with 7 pairs of glasses.

If I'm honest it was the Panasonic model that put me off active - their display had 'depth' but nothing came out the screen.
#17
Excellent price! I did look at this TV for my parents, but instead I got them to get the LG 42LM670T from John Lewis. It was priced at £949.95 w/ 5 Year Warranty, but put in a Price Match with ElectroCentreLtd who had it at £799. Got a phone call from JL yesterday accepting the Price Match and the TV is due for delivery tomorrow.
4 Likes #18
if it's good enough for your mum then its good enough for me.:p

Edited By: paulkersey on Jun 26, 2012 10:32
1 Like #19
Looks like a good deal, but after their latest run-in with Trading Standards on picture quality of the LM series this may be a clearance deal before they offer a new range with the picture quality sorted.

See http://www.neowin.net/news/lgs-latest-tv-range-hit-by-uk-trading-standards for further details
#20
Great price, I bought one a year ago for stupid money when LG first launched "Cinema 3D". Has been good though!
2 Likes #21
oskarito32
Dont buy passive . the 3D effect is rubbish .

LOL! total uneducated BS obviously listened to too much marketing crap from samsung instead of using your eyes

new Philips passive out from todaywith ambilight , looks the real deal this one might even blow LG away http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B007SEJHRS?ie=UTF8&seller=A2T3HY9SQOQMWW&sn=comf_tech

Edited By: frems on Jun 26, 2012 10:58
#22
What is input lag like for gaming, since other LG 3D tvs don't fair so well?
#23
Anyone own this TV and know if it has any issues with input lag when gaming?

A lot of LG's do but iof this one doesn't it's a bargain
#24
Can safely say that the passive 3D effect completely blows away the active one. Was in an electronic store comparing the two technologies and even though samsung picture quality was better on their tv's the 3D on the LG was so much better than the Samsung, and of-course passive has other advantages over active as well.
#25
Gone up to £479 now, still a bargain though. Very tempted!
1 Like #26
Most manufacturers are moving to passive with the exception of Samsung. Its a much more comfortable and convenient 3D system with higher contrast and less demands on LCD panels. I'm a big plasma fan which only has active shutter and must admit I much prefer passive 3D. However that said its quite possible my next tv will be active shutter simply because 3D is only used part of the time and plasma has other benefits. The idea that active shutter is superior is really only down to the resolution advantage just about in every other way passive is easily superior and the resolution advantage is often removed at normal viewing distances.
banned#27
Not a bad deal . I price matched 620t 47 inch frm Jl at 753 passive 3d is great no one want bulky expensive active 3d
#28
3D is bollo*ks after a bit. How is the picture quality of this set in 2d? Would you say it's better then last years Panasonic Plasma st panels?
#29
Just to add to the Passive domination...........I've got a Samsung Active 3D and just bought an LG 620T Passive (47"). Without question the LG Cinema 3D is better. The Samsung is now in the games room and the LG is the main TV in the house. This is a great price and the 615 is a very good tv set. Hot from me.
#30
What are there customer services like?
I haven't heard of this company before.
#31
price now showing as £479, still cheapest around.
#32
isnt the 3d in cinemas passive?

thats good quality

Edited By: podface1 on Jun 26, 2012 16:54: wrothe active instead of passive
#33
Very hot deal to bad cant afford it atm.
#34
Ordered.

Thanks OP
#35
Someboy
Just to add to the Passive domination...........I've got a Samsung Active 3D and just bought an LG 620T Passive (47"). Without question the LG Cinema 3D is better. The Samsung is now in the games room and the LG is the main TV in the house. This is a great price and the 615 is a very good tv set. Hot from me.

i bet you eat smoked salmon twice a day.
banned#36
Someboy
Just to add to the Passive domination...........I've got a Samsung Active 3D and just bought an LG 620T Passive (47"). Without question the LG Cinema 3D is better. The Samsung is now in the games room and the LG is the main TV in the house. This is a great price and the 615 is a very good tv set. Hot from me.

i have the same tv 620 t need some advise about youtube application , when i sign in on my you tube and play any video that is more than 20 min ...youtube seems to crash after 15 min saying your process cannot be completed !!! have you ever faced similar prob ?
#37

That info seems years old and seems to think that passive 3D is only LG. I would guess its 2 years out of date. Panasonic are already selling passive 3D tvs and Sony is bringing them to market soon. LG has a huge OEM business supplying to many other companies too. Its only Samsung that are exclusively commited to active shutter.
#38
oskarito32
Buy a Passive 3D TV if…

You mainly intend on watching 3D animation movies with your kids.
You want to host 3D sports parties and invite your mates.
If you intend to buy a relatively small 3D TV (42 inches or less).

Buy an Active Shutter 3D TV if…

You're a film fan who wants to see movies in the highest possible resolution.
If you plan on kicking back and watching sports on your own.
If you plan on buying a large screen 3D TV (46 inches or bigger).


iv got 46in HDTV with Active shutter , and im more than happy with image quality :) Dont buy passive . the 3D effect is rubbish .

you're talking rubbish. my mate has a samsung active 3d which he paid £2000 for (the frameless model). after seeing his, and trying an lg passive model in currys, i opted for the lg. best decision i've made for a long time. 3d is excellent, amount of options and apps are excellent, and the lg has the plex client built in so i can stream all my films directly from my network using the free plex media server. if you guys havent seen this, its awesome!!! my mate with his expensive samsung is soooo jealous lololol

voted hot btw as i paid 600 for this tv and i am overjoyed with it.
#39
Really tempted at this as I dropped my current 42" and broke it :(. Anyway can someone advise which type of hdmi cable I would need to buy please?
1 Like #40
Thank god, was hoping this was a good deal =P. The amount I'd feel a tit if I just bought a pile of rubbish!

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