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LG 47LH3000 47inch Full HD LCD TV £559.36 @ Dixons

Gman26 Avatar
6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
Hi all, First post so go easy on me please! Just found this on Dixons and thought it was a realy good price. Dixons' description reads as follows:

This feature-laden TV includes Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, with three HDMI connectors so that you can easily join the LG 47LH3000 up to High Definition devices such as HD camcorders, Blu-ray players, and game consoles.

The LG 47LH3000 47" Full HD LCD TV uses the powerful Twin XD Engine to maximise picture quality from any input source. This high-tech television boasts an impressive brightness level of 500 cd/m2, and a mighty 80,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio - for an attention-grabbing picture with beautifully vivid colour and rich tonality. A quick response time of 5ms reduces ghosting to a minimum, allowing you to enjoy a fluid-action picture with stunning realism!

The LG 47LH3000 47" Full HD LCD TV also includes a built-in Freeview tuner, which presents you with a vast array of TV channels to choose from, including your usual BBC and ITV favourites and many more! You'll also have access to a wide assortment of digital radio stations.

Further attributes of the LG 47LH3000 47" Full HD LCD TV include a powerful Invisible Speaker System (10W+10W), 24p Real Cinema playback (for judder-free movie playback of HD-DVDs and Blu-ray Discs), and a choice of Cinema, Sport and Game AV modes. There's also Expert Mode, where advanced users can configure and fine-tune the display to suit themselves.

The LG 47LH3000 47" Full HD LCD TV can also be connected to your PC via the integrated VGA connector (D-sub 15pin), enabling you to enjoy a breathtaking big-screen multimedia experience!

Format 16:9
Screen size 47"
Brightness (in cd/m²) 500
Contrast 50,000:1 (dynamic contrast)
Response time (in ms) 5ms
Resolution (horizontal x vertical - in pixels) 1920 x 1080
Viewing angle (horizontal/vertical - in°) 178/178
Audio Audio Power 20W
Noise reduction Yes
Mono/Stereo Sound Stereo SRS TruSurround
Speakers 2 (10W + 10W)
Connectivity Connectivity AV In, RF in, 2 x scart, component, 3 x HDMI, RGB In (D-sub 15pin) - PC, PC Audio Input, LAN (For Modem), Headphone Out, CI Slot, RS-232C (Control / SVC)
SCART connectors 2
DVI Input None
HDMI Input 3
PC Input 1
Audio output 1 (optical)
Tuner Standard DVB-T, DVB-C
Double Tuner No
Functions TV text Yes

Other functions Invisible speaker, Colour Temperature Control, Aspect Ratio Correction, Picture Status Mode, DTV Signal Strength (Digital), 24p Real Cinema (24p 5:5 Pull down), Just Scan, Eye Care (Anti Dazzling), Fresh White, Expert Mode/ ISF Ready, Picture Wizard, AV Mode (Cinema/Game/Sport), xvyCC, Sound Status Mode, Clear Voice II, 8-Day EPG(SI), 1080P Source Input, AV Input Navigation, Input Labelling, Quick View, Parental Control, Sub Title, SimpLink (HDMI-CEC), Key Lock, Mechanical Switch off, WGC (Wide Gamut Capability), NCG (Normal Colour Gamut)

General Remote control Yes
Internal menu languages English, Germany, Denmark, Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Portugal, Hungary, Poland, Rumanian, Croatia, Slovenia, Czech, Serbia, Bulgaria, Russia, Turkish, Slovakia, Albania, Bosnia, Macedonia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania

Dimensions (mm) 1140.6 x 722.9 x 99 mm (without stand), 1140.6 x 784.8 x 337.4 mm (with stand)
Weight (kg) 22 kg (without stand), 26.9 kg (with stand)
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#1
wow cracking price!! I am not sure but i think the usb port on this model can be opened up to play divx
#2
For those looking to buy this TV,don't forget the 5% discount voucher (5QUID) and quidco!!! I say this because you can get it for £559.36 off Amazon as well.
#3
USB port is ofr service only i.e. firmware upgrades. I just bought the 42" version. Cracking TV. I also bought the 32" LH2000 version (not full HD) which is also a great TV, Love LG stuff.
#4
Good price .. I am in a hunt for a good 40" TV.. but not sure what are the basic features you look for?

Also can someone clarify wht is the difference between Sony Bravia and Plasma?
#5
dcx_badass
Good price watching ours atm, fantastic TV. I'd rather pay £660 and get it with a 5 yeah warrantee from richer sounds though.

USB can be unlocked to play vids etc if you want.


any problems since you bought yours, LG ? NO EXPERIENCE
#6
splinters
USB port is ofr service only i.e. firmware upgrades. I just bought the 42" version. Cracking TV. I also bought the 32" LH2000 version (not full HD) which is also a great TV, Love LG stuff.


That's why he said can be unlocked to play divx
#7
splinters
USB port is ofr service only


I have this tele and can be very easily made to play avi, mkv etc from the usb.
#8
dcx_badass
Good price watching ours atm, fantastic TV. I'd rather pay £660 and get it with a 5 yeah warrantee from richer sounds though.

USB can be unlocked to play vids etc if you want.


Why ? If it fails and they will not repair, replace or refund, then they are in breach of whatever guidelines the government calls it these days where electronic equipment must last for a reasonable time. I think that is 6 years. If they fail that, a quick trip to the small claims court would appear in order. Dixons don't want that crap.
#9
Have just ordered the Panasonic viera 50inch plasma from Dixon's i saw this days back but the panny is a way better set and for the extra £50 there's no competition. The issues I've had with LG's in the past are that other remote controls in the home turn it on off and other strange stuff, we use to go to bed turn the TV on in our room and come down to find it had turned on the LG LCD in the lounge. When i contacted LG they said there's nothing they could do, So i went to Curry's with my controls to see if it was my set and to my horror i was able to change things on nearly every LG set in the store. The store manager was gob smacked needless to say the TV went back and i would never have another LG set again the worst thing is the controls where not to weird stuff they where everyday controls for dvd players and other TV's.
#10
Just out of curiosity - How is it possible for a remote control to operate the tv from upstairs when the remote control has to be in line of sight? (Assuming infrared)
1 Like #11
Fantastic TV and PRICE. I purchased this model when it first appeared and paid £900.00 plus for it. A superb performer. I also have the 37" variant and thats as good.How the price of LCD TV has fallen!!.A real good buy.I , Until Retirement,I was a "Brown Goods Buyer" for a very large Retailer and first became involved with "GOLDSTAR", as they were then sold in the UK many years ago.BOY and how they have grown from "Who are they" to a "Major Brand". Purchase without fear and get yourself a real bargain!!.VOTED VERY HOT!!.
#12
See lgusb.wikispaces.com for information on how to unlock the service USB port to play virtually any video format, MP3s, display photos etc.

I have done this on 2 LG LH3000 series sets now with no issues whatsover. Thanks to the guys that 'discovered' this.

Cheers
Mark
#13
Bought the 32" version for my bedroom the other day, £345 + £11 topcashback from dixons. Should be coming next week, hope its a good one!
#14
Just saw this too - Extra 3% Off All TVs Over £499 at at Dixons. Use Code 3PAY at Basket.

Brings the total down to £531.39 (which seems to be 5% off!). Not too shabby!
#15
got this last week,great tv,great even with old films,watched top gun on it,picture was great. Also went via quidco, i bought mine when they had a code on it over the easter hols,on our wall,and looks fab.Also delivery lads checked screen before they left.
#16
LG tvs are great we have 3 in our house including this model and all give fantastic pictures on bluray,sky hd and ps3/xbox 360....i may be wrong but im sure that Lg in partenership with philips are the worlds largest lcd panel maufacturer
#17
kuldeps
Good price .. I am in a hunt for a good 40" TV.. but not sure what are the basic features you look for?

Also can someone clarify wht is the difference between Sony Bravia and Plasma?


i believe bravia just relates to sonys own picture processing technology within the set and i think all bravias are LCD,

so therefor your question just seems to be whats the difference between an lcd and a plasma.. i cant be botherd trawling through the specifics but a plasma will generally give you the better picture
#18
joeprosho
i believe bravia just relates to sonys own picture processing technology within the set and i think all bravias are LCD,

so therefor your question just seems to be whats the difference between an lcd and a plasma.. i cant be botherd trawling through the specifics but a plasma will generally give you the better picture


Thanks a lot joeprosho!!
#19
Hellova good price for a 47!
#20
what would the picture quality like without the 100Hz feature?

good price though
#21
good price but for that I would like 100Hz and real LED. thanks :)
#22
polly69
Have just ordered the Panasonic viera 50inch plasma from Dixon's i saw this days back but the panny is a way better set and for the extra £50 there's no competition. The issues I've had with LG's in the past are that other remote controls in the home turn it on off and other strange stuff, we use to go to bed turn the TV on in our room and come down to find it had turned on the LG LCD in the lounge. When i contacted LG they said there's nothing they could do, So i went to Curry's with my controls to see if it was my set and to my horror i was able to change things on nearly every LG set in the store. The store manager was gob smacked needless to say the TV went back and i would never have another LG set again the worst thing is the controls where not to weird stuff they where everyday controls for dvd players and other TV's.


Gort1951
Just out of curiosity - How is it possible for a remote control to operate the tv from upstairs when the remote control has to be in line of sight? (Assuming infrared)


It's not. The woman posting above - I'd bet my house on it being a woman! - must have a ghost,

:w00t:
#23
any idea when this offer finishes?? Need to sell my 37" Sharp tho.... any ideas how much i'd be likely to get for a 2nd hand Sharp Aquos 37" LC-XD1E.. in ok condition??
#24
huzzuk
any idea when this offer finishes?? Need to sell my 37" Sharp tho.... any ideas how much i'd be likely to get for a 2nd hand Sharp Aquos 37" LC-XD1E.. in ok condition??


This isn't an offer price from Dixons so i think this price should hold for a while. Dixons tend to varry their prices based on stock and what competitors are selling similar products for, also probably something to do with the increased amount of 2010 model LG LCD Tvs they are now selling. I think you've got some time to shift your Sharp Aquos mate.
#25
Can anyone tell me if this TV allows you to watch 4:3 over HDMI? I'm very tempted to pick this up but the Bravia I currently have won't let me do this and I'm apprehensive about buying another TV that might have the same problem. Might seem like a small thing, but it makes it a right ****-ache to try and watch old DVDs on the PS3.
#26
Gone up to £649
#27
dcx_badass
100hz is useless tbh, all it does is guesses the extra frames, often giving very dodgy results. Most people tent to turn it off. And Led is awesome if you have about £10,000.


+1 except for the part about LED, they are sexy though
#28
Roddie
Can anyone tell me if this TV allows you to watch 4:3 over HDMI? I'm very tempted to pick this up but the Bravia I currently have won't let me do this and I'm apprehensive about buying another TV that might have the same problem. Might seem like a small thing, but it makes it a right ****-ache to try and watch old DVDs on the PS3.


Yes it does.
#29
Bought one of these yesterday,thanks to your 'heads up',to get rid of 42 inch,power hungry plasma.
Just been reading power consumption on LG is 280 watts,old plasma 330 watts.So not much different.
Never mind fancy a change,and it's bigger,and hd.
Thanks to poster!!
#30
I checked the price before bed last night and then when I went to order it today at lunch time after a trip to Richer Sounds it had shot up to £649.

Rage :x
#31
Just been on and checked myself, price is at £579.99 now... Its going up and down like a yoyo! Not to worry though, with a bit of luck (and by bit i mean a great deal) i'll bag myself one of those mispriced LG Le5300 for £230 from pixmania lol.
#33
polly69
Have just ordered the Panasonic viera 50inch plasma from Dixon's i saw this days back but the panny is a way better set and for the extra £50 there's no competition. The issues I've had with LG's in the past are that other remote controls in the home turn it on off and other strange stuff, we use to go to bed turn the TV on in our room and come down to find it had turned on the LG LCD in the lounge. When i contacted LG they said there's nothing they could do, So i went to Curry's with my controls to see if it was my set and to my horror i was able to change things on nearly every LG set in the store. The store manager was gob smacked needless to say the TV went back and i would never have another LG set again the worst thing is the controls where not to weird stuff they where everyday controls for dvd players and other TV's.


Plasma, old technology now, great picture though but certainly would not buy one now
#34
got the TV .... a sticker on it say HD ready not Full HD:?:?

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