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LG 47LF7700 47" LCD TV 1080p HD Ready freesat HD £599.95 at richersounds

£599.95 @ Richer Sounds
got myself one of these reserved after missing out on the 50 samsung at benetts Add £60 to price if you want 5 year garauntee Product Information For a TV with both freesat and Freeview tun… Read More
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7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
got myself one of these reserved after missing out on the 50 samsung at benetts


Add £60 to price if you want 5 year garauntee


Product Information
For a TV with both freesat and Freeview tuners built in, the LG 47LF7700 is in a class of its own.

Offering a wide range of digital TV and radio channels, including High Definition TV stations, freesat HD is a revolution in choice and quality. Simply connect to a satellite dish and enjoy free to air digital TV in both standard and High Definition. HD offers up to five times the detail!

With its 1080p Full HD resolution, the 47LF7700 is the perfect TV to complement freesat HD plus your HD sources such as PS3 and Blu-ray player. The new Twin XD Engine offers faster, more accurate picture processing than ever before with some stunning results to show for it. With a brightness of 500cd/m2 and stunning dynamic contrast ratio of 80, 000:1 it's clear to see that this is a TV that's anything but average. This 47" LF7700 model also features TruMotion 100Hz processing for even crisper images and added depth of image. 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 but if you're intent on using the LG's built-in sound system you might be pleasantly surprised. Using an "invisible" speaker system the 47LF7700 sounds crisp and precise. Furthermore, the SRS TruSurround system creates a spacious sound that avoids the typical TV boxiness.

In terms of connections, the 47LF7700 has everything you'd expect plus more besides. Twin rear-mounted HDMI (and one side-mounted) sockets allow for the connection of 3 High Definition sources, such as a PS3, HD camcorder and Blu-ray. In addition to this, the 47LF7700 boasts twin SCART sockets and component connections for your analogue sources. 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" LCD TV to your home cinema for a useful upgrade in sound quality.

Featuring a gloss black surround and elegant stand, the 47LF7700 looks as good as it performs. Thanks to the latest technology, it's also Energy Saving Recommended. For a 47" freesat HD1080p LCD TV with an impressive spec and smooth, good looks, the 47F7700 is hard to beat.

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#2
looks like a good deal to me...if only i was in the market for another tv :(
#3
looks good, decent reviews... might take the plunge and try a LG
#4
nice,sounds ok
#5
I paid £675 for the 42" approximately 3 months ago this is a SUPER HOT deal.

Fantastic TV and great Freesat HD
#6
1080p HD Ready?

Isn't 1080p full HD?
#7
really nice deal, so tempting to get a new tv.
#8
Got a naff review at AVForums if you check their front page but then again I guess they're probably a lot more critical than most of us!
#9
Late
1080p HD Ready?

Isn't 1080p full HD?


HD Ready means it has the ability to display HD images, but does not have a built in HD tuner.
(Freesat will not be Freesat HD).
Edit, sorry I think it does have a HD freesat tuner going from the description.

So you could feed it with a HD freeview box, HD freesat box, or bluray player say via HDMI and it can display the HD video.
#10
I bought the 42" version recently and I must I was impressed with it. The SD Freesat is very good and the HD Freesat is excellent. I still use my 720p HD-65 to watch my DVD's on a 84" screen though.
#11
genieuk2008
HD Ready means it has the ability to display HD images, but does not have a built in HD tuner.
(Freesat will not be Freesat HD).
Edit, sorry I think it does have a HD freesat tuner going from the description.

So you could feed it with a HD freeview box, HD freesat box, or bluray player say via HDMI and it can display the HD video.


If it's got a freesat tuner, all you need to do is plug in your sky aligned dish. No other boxes needed
#12
Bossworld
Got a naff review at AVForums if you check their front page but then again I guess they're probably a lot more critical than most of us!


yeah read buyer reviews not geek reviews
#13
HELP!
If you buy a FREESAT HD tv and have a standard SKY BOX (not HD type) and you split the signal cable from the dish (if only a single LMB fitted) between the TV and SKY box will both systems work fully as in effect you have two tuners?? If not do you just need a double LNB??

Thanks.......:whistling:
#14
Voted hot.
#15
shepherd
HELP!
If you buy a FREESAT HD tv and have a standard SKY BOX (not HD type) and you split the signal cable from the dish (if only a single LMB fitted) between the TV and SKY box will both systems work fully as in effect you have two tuners?? If not do you just need a double LNB??

Thanks.......:whistling:


Only some channels will work, due to freq' and polorisation.

Would be better of running another cable from the dish, although you would need a quad LNB.
#16
shepherd
HELP!
If you buy a FREESAT HD tv and have a standard SKY BOX (not HD type) and you split the signal cable from the dish (if only a single LMB fitted) between the TV and SKY box will both systems work fully as in effect you have two tuners?? If not do you just need a double LNB??

Thanks.......:whistling:


No. You cannot split a sat cable signal. The LNB has electronics in it which switches polarization and frequencies.... just buy yourself a Quad LNB off fleabay for about a tenner... if you're happy up a ladder fit it yourself...
#17
If I send my samsung back I might look at this!!
#18
This would be a great deal without the freesat HD.
With it, it's a no brainer.

LG's LH and LF range are EXCELLENT value.
#19
Was about to order one but when looking on the website but it is only available in store, so voted cold :-(
#20
Does the freesat HD means i can connect my hotbird dish directly to the tv set?
#21
JayL6
Was about to order one but when looking on the website but it is only available in store, so voted cold :-(


Dick. Just cos you can't get the deal doesn't make it cold.
#22
sprinc
Dick. Just cos you can't get the deal doesn't make it cold.


I agree that vote should be based on the deal and not if online or instore.

Still, everyone has the right to vote either way. :thumbsup:

I think it's a hot deal and I'll be ringing my local tomorrow to see if they have any stock. Cheers OP.
#23
Would this fit in a normal car? or does it have to be transfered upright?
#24
Hi,

I have an Xbox 360 that does not support HDMI (launch console). What would be the best AV cable to use with the 47LF7700,’ Component HD’ or ‘VGA HD’?

Thanks to cheepaschippies and chy for pointing this deal out.
#25
Why pay for 5 year warranty, it's your legal right and doesn't cost nothing!!!!!!
#26
:thumbsup:hot, LG are very good plus it's got freesat HD built in:thumbsup:
#27
Sagz
Hi,

I have an Xbox 360 that does not support HDMI (launch console). What would be the best AV cable to use with the 47LF7700,’ Component HD’ or ‘VGA HD’?

Thanks to cheepaschippies and chy for pointing this deal out.


Looked into this myself, last weekend. It seems about half the people say component, and half say VGA!
Best advice if you have the cables for both is try them both and see which suits you best, I think. If you only have one stick with it - by all accounts there's not much difference.
(I tried mine with component and was very happy with the PQ. Was planning on giving it a few days then trying the VGA cable for a few days for comparison but got RROD in the interim... :( )
#28
Sagz
Hi,

I have an Xbox 360 that does not support HDMI (launch console). What would be the best AV cable to use with the 47LF7700,’ Component HD’ or ‘VGA HD’?

Thanks to cheepaschippies and chy for pointing this deal out.


I have both and think vga was better for me and gives 1080p for HD-DVD. :thumbsup:
#29
After collecting this last night and watching man utd in hd im well chuffed never seen a footy match in hd and it was awsome and as for the tv its self it has some excellent features on and well worth the £600 if you ask me

Id get in quick though as when i went to pick the tv up they said they have had phone call after phone call about these tvs and said there like gold dust. Think most shops got 3 each
#30
p.s the souns seems very good to me and also has very good inputs 3xhdmi 2x scart usb etc

http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk278/cheepaschippies/CIMG1852.jpg
#32
I would get an extended warranty, I checked with a major retailer who say that are getting more LG tv's back for repair than other makes.
#33
sprinc
Dick. Just cos you can't get the deal doesn't make it cold.


Fair point :thumbsup:

I voted HOT!
#34
sprinc
Dick. Just cos you can't get the deal doesn't make it cold.


Would be willing to pay the £60 delivery, but they do not offer this. Do not have a richer sounds located near me, so COLD! :x
#35
JayL6
Would be willing to pay the £60 delivery, but they do not offer this. Do not have a richer sounds located near me, so COLD! :x


phone the nearest store up to you then pay someone to collect it
#36
cheepaschippies
How is it your legal right? id like to know as i paid for the 5 year warranty yesterday



Do a search on Sale of Goods Act, it's been noted many times tv's should last 5 or 6 years, if not take the retailer to court!
#37
Just reserved mine at Richer Sounds Leeds.... voted hot!
#39
Anyone knows if you can connect two LNBs to it please? Or if it has LNB output to loop it out to the second box?

Many thanks.
Couldn't see it in their website or any review sites I have tried so far.
#40
eatmold
Just reserved mine at Richer Sounds Leeds.... voted hot!


Do they do delivery?

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