LG 47LD450 47 inch LCD TV HD Ready Freeview £479.95 or £527.94 with 5 yr guarentee @ richer sounds - HotUKDeals
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Just posted one from dixons which is more that the tv + 5yr guarentee

The LG 47LD450 gives you a top quality, 47 inch 1080p, screen at a remarkable price.

With its 1080p Full HD resolution, the 47LD450 is the perfect TV to complement your HD sources such as PS3, Blu-ray player and Sky HD. LG have already built an excellent reputation for their picture and, with the 47LD450, it's not hard to see why. A contrast ratio of 60, 000:1 hints at the deep blacks and realism of depth. What the figures can't tell you is just how natural the picture is against similarly priced rivals. There's also smooth motion with a super-fast response time of just 4ms and a wide viewing angle to ensure that you everyone in the room gets a good view of the action. In short, whatever you're watching will be crisp and detailed with superb resolution and the ideal brightness.

As usual, we would always recommend using a separate home cinema system with a TV of this size but if you do use the LG's built-in sound system you might be pleasantly surprised. Using an invisible speaker system with Clear Voice II the 47LD450 sounds crisp and precise. Furthermore, the 10w + 10w power output gives it enough drive to fill larger rooms, too.

In terms of connections, the 47LD450 has all the basics covered and a very useful USB, to boot. Twin HDMI sockets allow for the connection of 2 High Definition sources, such as an HD-TV box and Blu-ray. In addition to this, the 47LD450 boasts SCART and component connections for your analogue sources. The side-mounted USB socket is extremely useful for plugging in digital media devices and playing back video and pictures on your TV. Furthermore, the PC input makes this attractive TV the perfect complement to your home computer. Topping off the wide range of sockets is a digital optical sound output - ideal for connecting this LG 47 inch LCD TV to your home cinema for a useful upgrade in sound quality.

Featuring a gloss black, slimline surround and elegant stand, the 47LD450 looks as good as it performs. It's also less deep than many rivals making it look considerably less bulky whether wall or stand mounted. Thanks to the latest technology, it's also Energy Saving Recommended. For a 47 inch 1080p LCD TV with an impressive spec and smooth, good looks, the 47LD450 is hard to beat.
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#1
Is this for the LG TV? If it is, its a repost :(.
#2
damn.... going to delete sorry everyone
#3
Rupz
damn.... going to delete sorry everyone

No worries, I bought the same one 2weeks ago... Great TV & fab deal :) !
#4
im actually thinking of getting this only problem is i cant justify it, my TV is working perfectly :(
#5
60,000 contrast is very low as many are 3,000,000 lately.....does that matter?
#6
Rupz
cant delete sorry so just adjusted description. Im actually thinking of getting this only problem is i cant justify it, my TV is working perfectly :(
#7
foolincats
60,000 contrast is very low as many are 3,000,000 lately.....does that matter?

It's a brilliant, clear picture... We've hooked up our Sky & Wii to it and there are no drawbacks in the picture quality - I love it :)
#8
If you get it with 5 yrs warranty it's under £530 ~£2.03 per week over 5 yrs !!! Justified !!
#9
I saw this a month ago and got a taxi to holborn London to collect only to find that it was screen only no stand and no remote - shame they don't tell you that online....very upset - the guy even said its an old model so he wouldn't buy it and tried upselling the £599 newer one - sry don't remember the model.....hmmmm thats cab fare down the drain...gutted
#10
faz247
I saw this a month ago and got a taxi to holborn London to collect only to find that it was screen only no stand and no remote - shame they don't tell you that online....very upset - the guy even said its an old model so he wouldn't buy it and tried upselling the £599 newer one - sry don't remember the model.....hmmmm thats cab fare down the drain...gutted

Think that may just be a case of bad luck for you, as I bought mine from RS 2weeks ago and it came boxed as new. They tried to sell me the newer version but wanted an extra £150 which I weren't prepared to pay therefore left with the TV I went in there to buy, ha ha...
#11
remember to print out £10 voucher when signed up for vip account. I got this 2 weeks ago for £469.99 :D
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I've just got this yesterday - brilliant picture with my Sky HD and Normal, great for COD on the PS3 too (despite many people saying it's not 100Hzs so stay clear etc etc) so would recommend this to any1 and every1 unless you've got a really big budget.......you really cant go wrong at this price!

Dont forget the £10 off VIP voucher on their website - easy money!
#13
I'd say you want a good 10ft Viewing distance otherwise SD will look blocky
#14
This IS a current model -there isn't a newer version , there are higher model ranges.
Mine was brand new boxed - just tel. the store and ask before booking taxi.

edit - Pic depends on the source , not all tv transmissions are equal
hotukdeels - have you got one of these tvs?

Edited By: spakkker on Dec 30, 2010 13:00
#15
Bought the newer version of this and took it back. Was not impressed with the sound at all and the picture was so so. Bought a 37" Sammy with the wall mount and onkyo surround sound for 100 quid less all in...
#16
foolincats
60,000 contrast is very low as many are 3,000,000 lately.....does that matter?


They're just silly 'dynamic' contrast ratio figurers which are generally pulled out of a hat for marketing purposes - most static contrast ratios are around the 3k mark. If you really care about IQ, head over the hdtvtest or avforums and look at some factual reviews that measure black levels for a better idea on real world contrast.
#17
This is a Which? best buy. Here's the review:

This extremely affordable 47-inch full-HD LCD TV, the LG 47LD450 is, due to its price, very light on the more sophisticated features whilst not neglecting the basics. We compared this LCD TV to see if it offers oustanding picture quality.

Its gently soft picture is easy on the eye and feels natural. Colours are solid, images well detailed and we enjoyed the depth of its standard-definition picture. The occasional smattering of picture noise shouldn't put you off. HD feels warm (perhaps just a bit too orange) and sharp. Motion is smooth and the picture remains solid when watched from an acute angle.

Sound quality is about as good as we've heard on a flat panel TV of late. It feels open and warm and delivers a clean, detailed sound. We enjoyed the stereo effect, and though the bass is a little thumpy, there are no serious flaws worth mentioning.

While it's fairly easy to use, this LG is let down by both the instruction manual and the EPG, which is overlaid on the picture and some transparency hinders the readability of prompts.

There's no instruction manual supplied, only a quick start-up guide, and the one we printed from the CD-ROM is daunting and very thick. Additionally, the on-screen instruction manual has limited detail and no user interface.

On the plus side, the remote control is well laid out, with buttons grouped helpfully. Buttons are a good size, even if a couple are too close together, but they give nice feedback and are labelled simply. The Now & Next screen is versatile and favourite groups are easily accessed and swapped via a dedicated button.

Compared with many of its competitors, this LG is a little short on connections. There's a single Scart (albeit supporting the highest-quality RGB video signal) for connecting standard definition equipment and just two HDMI inputs for connecting HD devices. The HDMI ports support SIMPLINK, which means the TV and any connected equipment (such as a Blu-ray player) can be controlled via one remote.

The Freeview tuner is accompanied by a digital audio output for the connection to a hi-fi or surround-sound system. There's a USB socket for accessing Jpeg and MP3 files, but this set doesn't let you connect to the internet or stream files from your PC.

Audio Description is available, but you'll need to trawl through menus to access this feature. And annoyingly, it doesn't function properly - it has an audible indicator that beeps on channels that support Audio Description, but doesn't give an indication of whether the programme currently being broadcast has it.

Power consumption during normal operation is a fairly typical 141W. You can halve this by using the power-saving mode for which there is a direct-access button. The screen-blanking option is especially effective, reducing power consumption to just under 17W.

Pros: Very good picture and sound quality, effective energy-saving features

Cons: No Freeview HD tuner, low on sockets, instructions are poor
#18
you can hack this to play divx/mkv/avi files etc, its pretty simple to do, ive done it on mine :)
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gfox66
you can hack this to play divx/mkv/avi files etc, its pretty simple to do, ive done it on mine :)
Cool, you got a link?
#20
Thanks for the post. Bought one in the Belfast store.

Sky Code 0206
#21
They didn't have any left in Romford, The manager tried to offer me the newer model, £200 more!
#22
ashkan123
They didn't have any left in Romford, The manager tried to offer me the newer model, £200 more!

A friend of mine used to work in richer sounds and that is their antics, they have an offer for a cheap tv etc, and they approach you and make you walk out with a more expensive one that you probably wont need. Glad to say he decided to leave the company vut i wish RS would buck up and stop selling us stuff we dont want and stick to doing what they do best.... sell products with a good knowledge of the product!!!!!
#23
gfox66
you can hack this to play divx/mkv/avi files etc, its pretty simple to do, ive done it on mine :)

Anyone know how to get this TV to play Divx files?

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