LG 47LM620T 47in LED CINEMA 3D Smart TV for £612.55 with 3% Quidco @ eBuyer with Free Delivery. - HotUKDeals
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LG 47LM620T 47in LED CINEMA 3D Smart TV MCI 400Hz Freeview HD Dual Play.
This is the cheapest this TV has been seen on HUKD and comes with 4 pairs of passive glasses.
Looks hot to me and the same TV went very hot at a higher price before Christmas from Amazon.
Reviews are good too with 9.1 on Reevoo at the moment. £612.55 with 3% Quidco, thanks @r1ch1e.
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#1
Should have said, 81 in stock at the moment too. 8)
1 Like #2
Don't forget 3% Quidco!
#3
Same on amazon
#4
Sam on Richer sounds ( cheaper by a quid or two as well ) and i think you can get them to price match John Lewis so free 5 year warranty.

It has been cheaper as well - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-47lm620t-599-95-from-richer-sounds-john-lewis-price-match-with-free-5-year-warranty-1424636

Edited By: jono8 on Jan 16, 2013 22:37
#5
#6
Keeping my eyes out for the 640T or the 660T or better still 670T in 47", but cant find stock anywhere with a reasonable price
Seems all big stores are out of them and have pre-orders for more than they are getting in.
Anyone here know different ?
#7
when will they start reducing the LG 47LM960V. that is the one i want :(
#8
cs11
Keeping my eyes out for the 640T or the 660T or better still 670T in 47", but cant find stock anywhere with a reasonable price
Seems all big stores are out of them and have pre-orders for more than they are getting in.
Anyone here know different ?

+1 same here..
#9
deepu25
cs11
Keeping my eyes out for the 640T or the 660T or better still 670T in 47", but cant find stock anywhere with a reasonable price
Seems all big stores are out of them and have pre-orders for more than they are getting in.
Anyone here know different ?

+1 same here..

If you find some , PLEASE do let me know !
#10
cs11
Keeping my eyes out for the 640T or the 660T or better still 670T in 47", but cant find stock anywhere with a reasonable price
Seems all big stores are out of them and have pre-orders for more than they are getting in.
Anyone here know different ?


Currys/PC world have the 47640T for £649.99
#11
What are the differences between those listed, better specs or something? Would be nice for the uninitiated amongst us to know why the 640T and 670T are better :D
1 Like #12
DsK
What are the differences between those listed, better specs or something? Would be nice for the uninitiated amongst us to know why the 640T and 670T are better :D
check out the lg website....
#13
Good performance from this TV.
However, LG 47LM640T is for 649 in currys/pcworld which has a slimmer bezel and inbuilt wifi (no wifi dongle required).
649 - quidco 2%.
#14
sjaddy
when will they start reducing the LG 47LM960V. that is the one i want :(

Beautiful set, got mine as an insurance replacement for a previous 47inch 450U. Cost me £12 delivery, thanks very much L&G.
#15
LG releases OLED screens which are as thin as three credit cards put together..It'll be very pricey for a couple of years though:

http://singularityhub.com/2013/01/10/lgs-55-oled-television-is-thin-as-a-pencil-and-first-to-market/
#16
this is an awesome tv I have one, the 3d is amazing, shame I hardly ever use it for 3d!
#17
The price for this on Amazon was £608 over the weekend and went up a couple of days ago. Richer sounds priced match amazon prices so just have to pay extra for the warranty.

I don't think this TV is longer available on John Lewis
#18
been looking to upgrade my current 5yr old 37" tv for a while, want a passive 3d tv so LG seems the only option (well Panasonic also have it but still uses LG panel, more expensive and not as good), even made a cardboard cut out of this 47" tv using the measurements on the LG site, only to find it's not that much bigger than my current tv, want just a little bit bigger upgrade.

shame the 55" ones never seem to have offers on, don't understand why for this passive 3D LED range LG only make either 47" or 55", what happened to the 50"/51" ones with a good balance of size and price? £600-£650 for the 47", but the 55" goes for £999 or more?! £350 for the extra 8"?
#19
cs11
deepu25
cs11
Keeping my eyes out for the 640T or the 660T or better still 670T in 47", but cant find stock anywhere with a reasonable priceSeems all big stores are out of them and have pre-orders for more than they are getting in.Anyone here know different ?
+1 same here..
If you find some , PLEASE do let me know !

+1 same here. Best I've found so far for the 47LM670T is £819, price matched with John Lewis. That price isn't available anymore but I was expecting it to go down some more after Christmas/New Year.
#20
Guys ask John Lewis to price match this and you'll get a 5yr warranty thrown in for free! 8)
#21
bargainshunterz
Guys ask John Lewis to price match this and you'll get a 5yr warranty thrown in for free! 8)

JL no longer have this model I think, they ran out after richersounds had this at £599 duing xmas time? the deal posted here on hukd and loads people asked JL to price match.

never saw that deal at the time, would be quite tempting for sub £600 inc 5yrs warranty, even though 47" is not the perfect size for me. Really don't want to spend too much i.e over £1K on LED/older tech, as the "technological advancement" to OLED, then 4K, is upon us, so probably need to upgrade again in 3-4 yrs time.

Edited By: No1_Dave on Jan 17, 2013 11:37
#22
These TVs are incredible. I have one and am thinking of buying another to replace a 32" simply as they are so fantastic and appear (to me anyway) to be huge value for money. I hope this comment from an owner of the TV helps someone.
#23
karofin
These TVs are incredible. I have one and am thinking of buying another to replace a 32" simply as they are so fantastic and appear (to me anyway) to be huge value for money. I hope this comment from an owner of the TV helps someone.

I agree. This is an excellent TV with amazing picture and awesome sound. If you end up buying another TV for more money, I'm sure you'll have a good reason.
#24
I have this TV. It has impressed many people. I thought all the 3D movies i rented from blockbuster might have saved them from going into administration.
#25
the LG LM range was the one that was taken to trading standards wasnt it as it isnt 24ps or something like that?
i had the LGLM615 which is the same without the smart features and sent it back coz it had poor picture quality and the sound was TERRIBLE
#26
No1_Dave
been looking to upgrade my current 5yr old 37" tv for a while, want a passive 3d tv so LG seems the only option (well Panasonic also have it but still uses LG panel, more expensive and not as good), even made a cardboard cut out of this 47" tv using the measurements on the LG site, only to find it's not that much bigger than my current tv, want just a little bit bigger upgrade.shame the 55" ones never seem to have offers on, don't understand why for this passive 3D LED range LG only make either 47" or 55", what happened to the 50"/51" ones with a good balance of size and price? £600-£650 for the 47", but the 55" goes for £999 or more?! £350 for the extra 8"?

Lol at saying 47" isn't much difference to a 37". Trust me you'll notice the difference.
And I don't understand why you'd want passive? Active you get the full resolution of the film were as passive you only get half.

Edited By: Toon_army on Jan 17, 2013 12:49
#27
Toon_army
No1_Dave
been looking to upgrade my current 5yr old 37" tv for a while, want a passive 3d tv so LG seems the only option (well Panasonic also have it but still uses LG panel, more expensive and not as good), even made a cardboard cut out of this 47" tv using the measurements on the LG site, only to find it's not that much bigger than my current tv, want just a little bit bigger upgrade.shame the 55" ones never seem to have offers on, don't understand why for this passive 3D LED range LG only make either 47" or 55", what happened to the 50"/51" ones with a good balance of size and price? £600-£650 for the 47", but the 55" goes for £999 or more?! £350 for the extra 8"?

Lol at saying 47" isn't much difference to a 37". Trust me you'll notice the difference.
And I don't understand why you'd want passive? Active you eat the full resolution of the film were as passive you only get half.


as I said before I made a cardboard cutout the szie of this 47", then put it over my current tv, maybe I was expecting a little too much, but 47" just don't feel that much bigger, maybe if you went from a 32" or smaller tv to 47" you'll "feel" a bigger difference.

as for passive, I know the resolution thing, but prefer the comfort and convenience of it, plus I'm not the only person using it so have to take into account others who might get headaches or eyestrains easily.

but once we get to 4K tvs, then maybe even glass-free 3D, this active v passive debate won't really matter, right now we're pretty much in a transitional period.


Edited By: No1_Dave on Jan 17, 2013 13:06: add
#28
Toon_army
No1_Dave
been looking to upgrade my current 5yr old 37" tv for a while, want a passive 3d tv so LG seems the only option (well Panasonic also have it but still uses LG panel, more expensive and not as good), even made a cardboard cut out of this 47" tv using the measurements on the LG site, only to find it's not that much bigger than my current tv, want just a little bit bigger upgrade.shame the 55" ones never seem to have offers on, don't understand why for this passive 3D LED range LG only make either 47" or 55", what happened to the 50"/51" ones with a good balance of size and price? £600-£650 for the 47", but the 55" goes for £999 or more?! £350 for the extra 8"?
Lol at saying 47" isn't much difference to a 37". Trust me you'll notice the difference.And I don't understand why you'd want passive? Active you get the full resolution of the film were as passive you only get half.

For some prople, and those that are susceptable, the flickering apparent in the Active technolgy affects people eg nausea, headaches etc....
#29
How does the 3D work on these? Is it alternate lines - 540 lines to one eye and 540 lines to the other? My concern with this is that most 3D sources (Sky, BluRay) are side-by-side, so effectively 960 x 1080 resolution. If you're then trying to display that on an alternate line TV, you must only be getting 1/4 HD resolution to each eye. It would seem to make much more sense to do alternate column rather than alternate line. Or have I missed something?
#30
My colleagues too have experienced headaches with Active 3d (that comes with Samsung, Sony and even LG Plasma range). They're not sure if it's bcoz of the battery getting discharged in Active 3D glasses, or the 3d flickering. Passive 3D glasses are the normal glasses that you can get for a pound, and are not battery operated.

I personally went to Currys, John Lewis to crosscheck active, passive and I was very much impressed with the passive pop-out effects, compared to active.
#31
jono8
[quote=cs11]
Currys/PC world have the 47640T for £649.99

They have no stock though. I pre-ordered a couple of weeks back when they were still accepting orders for home delivery and have still heard nothing about a delivery date. None in stores either.

47LM620T for a similar price is still a good deal.
#32
Dodge62
How does the 3D work on these? Is it alternate lines - 540 lines to one eye and 540 lines to the other? My concern with this is that most 3D sources (Sky, BluRay) are side-by-side, so effectively 960 x 1080 resolution. If you're then trying to display that on an alternate line TV, you must only be getting 1/4 HD resolution to each eye. It would seem to make much more sense to do alternate column rather than alternate line. Or have I missed something?

Yeah its half with lines so both eyes work together were as active they shut each eye.
Sky you don't get 1080p you get 720p 'if that'! So with passive yeah your only getting 1/4 the resolution you should be. Blu-ray player with passive you get 1/2 resolution.
I know people have mentioned the headache thing but I've personally had active 18 months now and nobody who's been round watching films or games has mentioned headaches.

Edited By: Toon_army on Jan 17, 2013 13:49
#33
As you probably know the 640T dropped in price over Christmas to £649 in Currys, same price as the 620T.

Looks like demand was high (I got one). There are stories now of a 1,600 customer backlog with 800 being delivered towards the end of the month but no word on the remainder.
#34
cs11
Keeping my eyes out for the 640T or the 660T or better still 670T in 47", but cant find stock anywhere with a reasonable price
Seems all big stores are out of them and have pre-orders for more than they are getting in.
Anyone here know different ?

I got the 670T from Richer Sounds, cheaper than currys by 500 quid plus an extra tenner off for signing up to vip club and free 5 years guarantee oh, and got free delivery.

Currys guarantee for 5 years 500 quid

TV looks great absolutely borderless (apart from the small sliver of brushed aluminum at the bottom
#35
With regards SKY HD, it only outputs at 720p its not full HD

Not sure about the 3D side by side thing but the LG 670T manages that by automatically detecting 3D sources, or you do have the option to switch to 3D in LG menu if its SBS. - it works

Only thing that bugged the wife was the live display(high refresh), it made every tv program and movie look like you were watching Holly Oaks ( i only watched it for research not the hotties)

Took a while to sort that as there is so much control, if fact if im honest overly so
#36
fantastic tv ..extremely happy with it , my version has built in wifi ..ie no dongle needed .. I hunted around for along time and got the package below from the electro centre at the end of august .. lg had a free hd 3d camcorder offer in too ... I also bought a canter lever stand from the plasma centre so the tv sort of floats in the air .. im still impressed with the whole set up .
1x LG 47LM660T Full HD 47" LED 3D TV £798.00 1x LG BH6220S 5.1 Blu Ray 3D Smart Home Cinema System £95.00Total £893.00 Shipping £0.00 Grand Total £893.00 
1 Like #37
I have the 640T in 55" - EXCELLENT range (620T, 640T, 670T) and I am absolutely delighted with mine but be warned - out of the box the default colour settings look dreadful, and I mean to the point where I was considering taking it back to the shop and reverting back to my 42" Panasonic plasma..however I found the owners thread on AVForums where someone had calibrated it properly and posted their settings and I plugged them into mine and it was like a new TV! God knows why LG put such ridiculously poor default settings in, I understand the need for a one size fits all kind of setting as not everyone wants to go fiddling around with settings but I've never seen such a terrible picture from such an expensive unit before...but I can honestly say once you tweak them it comes alive and is completely and utterly different, made my panny which I previously thought to be the best thing since sliced bread look like a cheap set..I assume things will be similar with this telly so take note people...
#38
I have just posted a deal for this tv at £558 ... be quick though I think there is only one left in stock .. ex display
2 Likes #39
A few Blu-rays come with the THX optimiser to set the picture quality to how it should be.
Terminator 2 Skynet Edition is the one I last used.
#40
Got this a few days ago from Richer Sounds, amazing TV for the price. Would have liked the 670 but it costs 50% more.

Cost at Richer Sounds was £599 instore, and dont forget VIP discount by simply getting an email.

As this is more expensive £23, Id say this is cold...

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