LG 42LX6900 42-inch Widescreen LED 3D Internet TV with Freeview HD £845 from amazon - HotUKDeals
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this seems a cracking price for a 42" 3d led tv......not seen any reviews on it,i'm tempted and look forward to your thoughts on this...comes with active shutter glasses
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You can get this for cheaper at Pixmania, its £843 using voucher code PIXQUIDCO14 and 6% cashback = £796.63:

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/6355573/art/lg/42lx6900-42-full-hd-3d-le.html

Amazon has better customer service though.
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make sure you have a good look at 3d tvs in the shops to judge the picture quality was looking on sunday @ currys they had 3 on display not nearly as good as i hoped bit of a gimmick at the moment imho if i had bought 1 online and expected LED picture quality it would have been a huge disapointment without glasses its unwatchable with glasses its still crap cant remember the models on display but worth a trip to currys or similar before spending a lot of cash not voting either way
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make sure you have a good look at 3d tvs in the shops to judge the picture quality was looking on sunday @ currys they had 3 on display not nearly as good as i hoped bit of a gimmick at the moment imho if i had bought 1 online and expected LED picture quality it would have been a huge disapointment without glasses its unwatchable with glasses its still crap cant remember the models on display but worth a trip to currys or similar before spending a lot of cash not voting either way

I would certainly agree with seeing any TV in the flesh before buying it but I doubt Currys, Comet or similar would be a good place to see it at its best. These retailers tend to use a distribution network to send pictures to each tv, often these include some high dubious comparisons between normal and HD footage. I would recommend seeing the tv with its own individual source as it would be in your home, also consider a brightly lit store will be unlikely to replicate the viewing environment in your home.
Richer Sounds we happy to connect a Blu-ray player directly to a couple of tv's I was considering and even turned down some of the instore lights to help me. I would advise going to a proper retailer who knows their stuff unless you already know what you want....
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egge LED :(

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