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LG 50LB561V 50" LED TV £379.00 @ Argos

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1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago
Checked if already posted, only deal I could see was for £399.99.

Should be a good buy vs the cheap 50" Panasonic/Blaupunkt/Digihomes floating around.
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Nice. Just be aware that you will need a TV stand as wide as the telly.
Nice. Just be aware that you will need a TV stand as wide as the telly.

Yeah that is a downside to these TVs. This one is only single core as well, but seeing as it isn't Smart that shouldn't matter.
Can it be wall mounted does anyone know?
Stupid stand idea. What were the designers thinking of. For years I had my 42" on a stand which was only 32" wide and would be no good for this tv. Impossible for wall mount in my living room. That tv wouldn't even fit my new stand I got last year. Shame as a very good price for a 50" and for me any money spent on a Blaupunkt, Digihome, Technika, Poloroid, Hitachi and any of the Vestel clones is money you could have put to or bought a branded tv.

Purchased a Pentus once from Currys and it lasted 14 months. Purchased a Logik and it lasted a week. No more wasting money on cheap brands. LG, Samsung or Sony for me. Am not even overly keen on Sharp, Phillips or Toshiba any more. Do these companies make their own still or do they use Vestel to make them for them. I know small screen Toshiba is made by Vestel but not sure of larger screens as well as the other brands.
@Barrons I'm not sure if this one can be wall mounted - I'd imagine so or it'd render it pretty useless in many homes.

@Smartguy1 I agree - I had a Toshiba which was simply a rebranded Technika and wasn't pleased - a few years beforehand Toshiba were producing some great LCD units, one of which is still working without so much as a dead pixel in my house today (now 7 years old).

I'd always stick with Samsung now personally, as you have some assurance of quality.
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I thought Toshiba still made their large tv's but am not so sure if they are now Vestel with Toshiba badge. I know their smaller ones are because in their 22" sets remotes are the same a Logic and would have thought each manufacturer would want their own design for the remote. We have had a few Samsungs in the smaller sizes. We have still got a 19" LCD monitor style tv before they went glossy black. It cost about £300 in the day but it still works.

I like LG. They tend to be a bit cheaper in price than a comparative Samsung in larger models and they tend to have a satellite tuner as well as freeview so comes in handy for the extra programmes on freesat. We have one LG in the bedroom that was our living room tv. That will be 8 years old in February. LG in the living room is coming up to 4 years old now, still working but just replaced with another LG which is waiting to be unboxed. Hope this is as reliable as the other two. My preference was the Samsung UEH6400 or Sony 705 but both were over budget for me this time. Samsung 22" in my kitchen is one of the last LCD models. Had it 3 years now and it's perfect.

For phones it's Samsung all the way for me.
Fantastic television brought it today full HD great display, good sound had a Samsung before and the display is better. Top marks LG and Argos :)
Now £369.99 - another deal posted.

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