LG 42LX6900 - 42" Full HD 3D LED TV, LG BD660 3D Blu-ray disc player & 2 Glasses £599 Best Buy - HotUKDeals
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A new deal available from tomorrow (only 80 in new notts branch), LG deal:
LG 42LX6900 - 42" Full HD 3D LED TV,
LG BD660 3D Blu-ray disc player
2 3D Glasses

Review here
http://www.which.co.uk/technology/tv-and-dvd/reviews-ns/best-3d-tv/lg-42lx6900/


Not a bad deal, I know Currys were doing the TV alone for 499 recently (now sold out) so for those who missed it, not a bad deal!

Sorry about the picture quality!

EDIT: Only available in Nottingham branch as part of their opening offers!
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#2
Yep, its the extras that make the deal for sure! I shall be purchasing in the morning
#3
Strange - that which review pans the tv but it still wins best 3d!!!
#4
worthinger
Strange - that which review pans the tv but it still wins best 3d!!!


Maybe I should have read the review first eh....whoops
3 Likes #5
BEWARE Guys

3D is really over-hyped

I have 3d TV with sky 3d and ps3 with 3d games

I don't think its that good as most of the 3D effects are rare in these films, sports TV and games

Until we have a full 3D film from start to finish including games without and blurring or ghosting than don't buy yet TRUST me I regret it.
#6
Seem this in store, the 'save 900 pounds', seems to be wrong beacuse I looked closely at the poster and they've put the price of the blu ray and glasses at 529.99 each - this is the price of the tv - as well which is where the magic 'save 900' comes from. So you may not be saving as much as you think.

Still, they were giving out free hot dogs and I had one!
#7
Agent-006
BEWARE Guys

3D is really over-hyped

I have 3d TV with sky 3d and ps3 with 3d games

I don't think its that good as most of the 3D effects are rare in these films, sports TV and games

Until we have a full 3D film from start to finish including games without and blurring or ghosting than don't buy yet TRUST me I regret it.

meh, but even disregarding the 3d its still a half decent price for a HD 42" TV and blu ray player imo. Would buy one but looking for a new bike as well so the TV can wait till winter!"
#8
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1 Like #9
@ Agent006

So you spent all that money on something that you find quite underwhelming?

You must be a salesmans wet dream, lol.

On the contrary, I have a Samsung 50" 3D with active glasses and can say without doubt that 3D in the home for both movies and games is fantastic.

Check out Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole in, How to Train Your Dragon or Alice in Wonderland - epic films in their own right and look even better in 3D.

Any new film that is worth it's salt is being made as 3D. All Disney stuff in the future is 3D (cars 2) as most of Dreamworks AAA films (Kung Fu Panda 2).

The only thing people need to be aware of is Agent-006's whingy comments - 3D in the home is superb.
#10
is this on line as well? i can't find it
1 Like #11
punkindrublic
is this on line as well? i can't find it


Just instore I think...
#12
Can OP clarify whether this is exclusive to the new nottingham branch only or is it available in any other stores.
Thanks.
#13
afaik its just for nottingham. Its on their opening offers flyer.
#14
Personally would get the TV from Amazon at £499 and get the BD670 for £139.00 from Electrocentre
The BD670 which has wireless and Smart TV built in, may well be worth the extra £40 Bd670 specs

The glasses in the offer will cost you next to nothing if they are passive glasses.
#15
crazyal
@ Agent006

So you spent all that money on something that you find quite underwhelming?

You must be a salesmans wet dream, lol.

On the contrary, I have a Samsung 50" 3D with active glasses and can say without doubt that 3D in the home for both movies and games is fantastic.

Check out Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole in, How to Train Your Dragon or Alice in Wonderland - epic films in their own right and look even better in 3D.

Any new film that is worth it's salt is being made as 3D. All Disney stuff in the future is 3D (cars 2) as most of Dreamworks AAA films (Kung Fu Panda 2).

The only thing people need to be aware of is Agent-006's whingy comments - 3D in the home is superb.


And you don't get dimness on screen? Went to see Thor and I think there was a fight in the first twenty minutes - sounded like one - but for the life of me couldn't see it oO

FYI Dark Knight Rises, X-men First Class, Super 8, as well as the proposed next Star Trek and Bond installments are all to be 2D films. A number of very high profile directors and D.O.Ps are not on board with 3D. Chris Nolan, Darren Aronofsky and J.J Abrams among them.
#16
selly9
Can OP clarify whether this is exclusive to the new nottingham branch only or is it available in any other stores.
Thanks.


Yep part of nottinghams opening offers by the looks of it!
#17
Rusting2bits

And you don't get dimness on screen? Went to see Thor and I think there was a fight in the first twenty minutes - sounded like one - but for the life of me couldn't see it oO

FYI Dark Knight Rises, X-men First Class, Super 8, as well as the proposed next Star Trek and Bond installments are all to be 2D films. A number of very high profile directors and D.O.Ps are not on board with 3D. Chris Nolan, Darren Aronofsky and J.J Abrams among them.


I didn't say every film will be in 3D - just AAA title films and lucky for me I don't personally rate any of the X-men films and the Bond stuff doesn't apppeal either.

I think 3D should be used where it is going to enhance and add some sort of worthwhile element to a particular film - if it means a film can do just as good a job in 2D then fine, I have no problem with that.

As for directors not being on board with 3D, I think the studio would have some (not all) sort of input on this, especially if they are putting their money behind a project.

How about the ones that are on board with 3D? Peter Jackson, James Cameron and Ridley Scott - all big-hitters in the film industry. Lets not forget George Lucas in there either.

As for dimness, yes there is some but not enough to detract from enjoying the film. Not on my set and in my room anyway.
2 Likes #18
went to view this at bestbuy today, 3d is terrible, ghosting everywhere, looks like theres 2 of everything!
#19
great telly, bought one about 2 months ago from currys at 499. Don't really know why people are sayin it's pants. Compare it to any other telly for under £500. Most of them are not even half as good. Not to mention the 3d, internet etc. It looks very smart too. Cant believe this one gets voted cold, and the entry level 42le4500 at £399 reached over 1000degrees.

The picture quality is great. Had a 50 inch lg plasma before and I find this one a lot better.
Sound quality is more than satisfactory, freeview hd looks good. You can also connect it to the internet (lan or wireless dongle) and use bbc iplayer, youtube, picasa etc. Overall really nice telly for a great price. I was orginally looking for a telly for under £700 when I saw this one. I am really glad I decided to buy it.
#20
I didn't say every film will be in 3D - just AAA title films and lucky for me I don't personally rate any of the X-men films and the Bond stuff doesn't apppeal either.

I think 3D should be used where it is going to enhance and add some sort of worthwhile element to a particular film - if it means a film can do just as good a job in 2D then fine, I have no problem with that.

As for directors not being on board with 3D, I think the studio would have some (not all) sort of input on this, especially if they are putting their money behind a project.

How about the ones that are on board with 3D? Peter Jackson, James Cameron and Ridley Scott - all big-hitters in the film industry. Lets not forget George Lucas in there either.

As for dimness, yes there is some but not enough to detract from enjoying the film. Not on my set and in my room anyway.


Fairplay. It was the 'any movie worth it's salt' comment that got me, had just come back from work having had that argument.

Personally don't rate those directors, anymore at least, was a massive Ridley and Cameron fan, but neither have made a film I've loved for going on twenty years. Jackson's alright, wizards and **** just don't do it for me. :D

Heat added by the way, not for me, but seems a very good deal for those that want.


Edited By: Rusting2bits on May 28, 2011 18:16: Spelling correction, lol
#21
lukeyboi89
went to view this at bestbuy today, 3d is terrible, ghosting everywhere, looks like theres 2 of everything!

:)
#22
Did anyone purchase one yesterday? Thinking about getting this T.V.
#23
Yep Ghosting. Rubbish TV.
#24
link broken
[mod]#25
Also available online
banned#26
Expired.
#27
crazyal
@ Agent006
Check out Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole in, How to Train Your Dragon or Alice in Wonderland - epic films in their own right and look even better in 3D.

Any new film that is worth it's salt is being made as 3D. All Disney stuff in the future is 3D (cars 2) as most of Dreamworks AAA films (Kung Fu Panda 2).

The only thing people need to be aware of is Agent-006's whingy comments - 3D in the home is superb.


3D appears to be the home of the kids film judging by your list.

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