** LG 50LF561V 50" LED TV Full HD 1080P with Freeview HD now only £329 delivered @ Currys ** - HotUKDeals
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Was £649.00. Don't forget TCB 1.57% :)

Bring vibrant colours and crystal-clear images into your home, courtesy of the LG 50LF561V 50" LED TV.

Full HD

Thanks to its Full HD resolution, you can enjoy excellent detail whether you're watching the latest blockbuster or settling down to watch TV. Dynamic Colour Enhancement brings colours to a whole new level so everything you watch will look stunning.

Freeview HD gives you access to a range of digital channels and radio stations, including some in stunning high definition. The best news is that it won't cost you a penny to watch some of the nation's favourite channels.

Clearer picture

LG's IPS screen panel creates the perfect balance of colour, clarity and contrast. No matter where you're sitting, the 50LF561 lets you enjoy a great view.

With eight picture modes to choose from, you can customise the screen to your viewing taste.

Surround sound

Featuring a Multi Channel Speaker System and dual speakers, you can enjoy virtual surround sound at home. Switch on your favourite blockbuster and experience room-filling sound for the ultimate immersive entertainment.

USB playback

Connect your LG TV to a USB or other external drive via the USB port and instantly play content on the big screen. Share your holiday photos with family or watch media content from your smartphone or mobile device.

Don't forget your HDMI cables

Check out our range of HDMI cables to connect your input devices and to make sure your new TV has a perfect picture with improved transfer speeds.
Look out for the Sandstrom Silver Series HDMI cables with their lifetime warranty.

With a high quality finish and beautiful Full HD resolution, the 50LF561V 50" LED TV makes a stylish addition to your home entertainment system.
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4 Likes #1
1 HDMI input, seriously?
#2
The Seki 50 inch at currys is £299 has 19 good reviews
#3
elmetodo
1 HDMI input, seriously?
2 actually, one on the front and one on the side, but still woefully inadequate for a lot of people these days. Cheap though.
1 Like #4
no 3d otherweise hot
2 Likes #5
jammiev
no 3d otherweise hot
3D is a fad. More strenuous on the eyes than anything
#6
Excellent price for a 50 inch screen
2 Likes #7
SFJnet
elmetodo
1 HDMI input, seriously?
2 actually, one on the front and one on the side, but still woefully inadequate for a lot of people these days. Cheap though.

I don't see how it's ever an issue? I have an hdmi auto switch box. 5 sockets. cost like £8...
With 2 of them you'd have 10 sockets on this TV
1 Like #8
good price , but slightly over inflated RRP ?

http://pricespy.co.uk/product.php?p=3113750
4 Likes #9
paulpso
SFJnet
elmetodo
1 HDMI input, seriously?
2 actually, one on the front and one on the side, but still woefully inadequate for a lot of people these days. Cheap though.
I don't see how it's ever an issue? I have an hdmi auto switch box. 5 sockets. cost like £8...
With 2 of them you'd have 10 sockets on this TV
http://cdn.meme.am/instances/500x/55788306.jpg
1 Like #10
paulpso
I don't see how it's ever an issue? I have an hdmi auto switch box. 5 sockets. cost like £8...
With 2 of them you'd have 10 sockets on this TV
I've always been under the impression this kind of thing loses quality, even with a powered box.
I pass most of my HDMI inputs through my amp and don't notice a difference but I'm not sure how an £8 box would compare with a £600 amp.
Do you actually have one and if so what do you reckon?
#11
Rember Top Cash Back.
1 Like #12
Munger2k
paulpso
I don't see how it's ever an issue? I have an hdmi auto switch box. 5 sockets. cost like £8...
With 2 of them you'd have 10 sockets on this TV
I've always been under the impression this kind of thing loses quality, even with a powered box.
I pass most of my HDMI inputs through my amp and don't notice a difference but I'm not sure how an £8 box would compare with a £600 amp.
Do you actually have one and if so what do you reckon?

It's digital, You've either got a signal or you haven't, Hence no loss of quality.
#13
Munger2k
paulpso
I don't see how it's ever an issue? I have an hdmi auto switch box. 5 sockets. cost like £8...
With 2 of them you'd have 10 sockets on this TV
I've always been under the impression this kind of thing loses quality, even with a powered box.
I pass most of my HDMI inputs through my amp and don't notice a difference but I'm not sure how an £8 box would compare with a £600 amp.
Do you actually have one and if so what do you reckon?

I have one with a PS3, PS4, X360, X1 and Wii U all connected to it. Picture is fine, never had an issue. comes with a little remote too in case you have a device with an always on hdmi that may or may not cause an issue with the auto switch.
#14
shauneco
It's digital, You've either got a signal or you haven't, Hence no loss of quality.
True being digital it should either work or not (don't tell the guys at Monster cables!). I guess getting a box that supports HDMI 2.0 should cover all bases.
#15
Is this any good for gaming?

Reviews are hard to come by, which doesn't inspire confidence...
#16
Looks exactly the same as the 50" Hisense that I just got from Amazon for £320. Same spec and connectivity too. Must be a rebrand.
1 Like #17
http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/panasonic/viera-tx48c300b/pana-tx48c300b

48" panasonic with 6 years warranty - and 2no HDMI inputs instead of the 1 with LG (important if you have blue ray, consoles etc and dont want to be constantly unplugging !)
#18
shauneco
Munger2k
paulpso
I don't see how it's ever an issue? I have an hdmi auto switch box. 5 sockets. cost like £8...
With 2 of them you'd have 10 sockets on this TV
I've always been under the impression this kind of thing loses quality, even with a powered box.
I pass most of my HDMI inputs through my amp and don't notice a difference but I'm not sure how an £8 box would compare with a £600 amp.
Do you actually have one and if so what do you reckon?
It's digital, You've either got a signal or you haven't, Hence no loss of quality.

Try saying that to the poor sod who buys this:

http://www.futureshop.co.uk/product_info.php?products_id=5289
#19
Well I'm now £399 poorer courtesy of this site..... followed the link and saw that they have the LG 50LF580V (50" smart TV) for only £50 more and convinced myself that the 42" I have in the front room is too small...... So much for the promise that it would last 5 years when I bought it 2 years ago.
#20
venu44
http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/panasonic/viera-tx48c300b/pana-tx48c300b
48" panasonic with 6 years warranty - and 2no HDMI inputs instead of the 1 with LG (important if you have blue ray, consoles etc and dont want to be constantly unplugging !)

good price for a panny, but seriously.. unplugging? 3-1 boxes are less than a fiver
1 Like #21
shauneco
Munger2k
paulpso
I don't see how it's ever an issue? I have an hdmi auto switch box. 5 sockets. cost like £8...
With 2 of them you'd have 10 sockets on this TV
I've always been under the impression this kind of thing loses quality, even with a powered box.
I pass most of my HDMI inputs through my amp and don't notice a difference but I'm not sure how an £8 box would compare with a £600 amp.
Do you actually have one and if so what do you reckon?
It's digital, You've either got a signal or you haven't, Hence no loss of quality.
Apart from the noise they can introduce to the signal.
#22
Are all LG TVs made by LG or are any outsourced to the mighty Vestel?
#23
All TVs are not made by LG ie Loughborough guy !
2 Likes #24
Rhythmeister
shauneco
Munger2k
paulpso
I don't see how it's ever an issue? I have an hdmi auto switch box. 5 sockets. cost like £8...
With 2 of them you'd have 10 sockets on this TV
I've always been under the impression this kind of thing loses quality, even with a powered box.
I pass most of my HDMI inputs through my amp and don't notice a difference but I'm not sure how an £8 box would compare with a £600 amp.
Do you actually have one and if so what do you reckon?
It's digital, You've either got a signal or you haven't, Hence no loss of quality.
Apart from the noise they can introduce to the signal.
yeah I once had a 99p cable make green pixels flicker. use a bit better quality cables. dont have to spend much
banned#25
shauneco
Munger2k
paulpso
I don't see how it's ever an issue? I have an hdmi auto switch box. 5 sockets. cost like £8...
With 2 of them you'd have 10 sockets on this TV
I've always been under the impression this kind of thing loses quality, even with a powered box.
I pass most of my HDMI inputs through my amp and don't notice a difference but I'm not sure how an £8 box would compare with a £600 amp.
Do you actually have one and if so what do you reckon?
It's digital, You've either got a signal or you haven't, Hence no loss of quality.
lol,dream on, all digital signals transport some electric current with them try to split a signal to 3 different tvs and you will see a massive drop in IQ.
#26
venu44
http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/panasonic/viera-tx48c300b/pana-tx48c300b
48" panasonic with 6 years warranty - and 2no HDMI inputs instead of the 1 with LG (important if you have blue ray, consoles etc and dont want to be constantly unplugging !)

Good. As long as that Panasonic isn't a rebrand
#27
Beat my price quote at £333.99. Never bought off them before though and I hear bad things so not sure whether to do it.
2 Likes #28
paulpso
jammiev
no 3d otherweise hot
3D is a fad. More strenuous on the eyes than anything

Not for normal people it isn't!

Like saying colour is a fad or HD is a fad
#29
I enjoy the active 3D on my Samsung, as does everyone who has watched a film on it 8)
#30
Rampant_Lion
Are all LG TVs made by LG or are any outsourced to the mighty Vestel?

LOUGHBORO GUY
All TVs are not made by LG ie Loughborough guy !

Copy and Paste Job

Samsung and LG, two major vendors in the global LCD TV market, have mainly adopted in-house produced components for their sets that they are also manufacturing in house. But LG made contacts with Taiwan's ODMs about the outsourcing orders in 2014.

Samsung Electronics has outsourced production to China panel maker BOE's TV manufacturing subsidiary Beijing BOE Multimedia Technology, while LG Electronics has outsourced some of its LCD TV models for the North America market to Compal Electronics.

Sounds like they used to be in-house, but have recently started the outsourcing thing as well, which is a bit disappointing...
#31
Good price - however I have yet to come across a decent LG tv... Phones yes, tv - no.
#32
Bigfootpete
Good price - however I have yet to come across a decent LG tv... Phones yes, tv - no.
You need to get out more then. Some cracking LG sets about.
Wont make difference whether its a good LG tv or not if you are looking at them through turd tinted spectacles - which i suspect you are.
#33
Overpriced for a non smart tv!!!
#34
furiousjammin
Bigfootpete
Good price - however I have yet to come across a decent LG tv... Phones yes, tv - no.
You need to get out more then. Some cracking LG sets about.
Wont make difference whether its a good LG tv or not if you are looking at them through turd tinted spectacles - which i suspect you are.

Great assumtion based on nothing.

I own an LG tv - my Samsung beats it in every single way, also had LG in the past, also tested out friends LG tv's
#35
I have a Samsung EH 5000 40 inch tv and Samsung EH 5000 32 inch in bedroom imho both lovely pictures
#36
Bigfootpete
furiousjammin
Bigfootpete
Good price - however I have yet to come across a decent LG tv... Phones yes, tv - no.
You need to get out more then. Some cracking LG sets about.
Wont make difference whether its a good LG tv or not if you are looking at them through turd tinted spectacles - which i suspect you are.
Great assumtion based on nothing.
I own an LG tv - my Samsung beats it in every single way, also had LG in the past, also tested out friends LG tv's

As I'm contemplating purchasing this could you tell me in what respects Samsung beats LG? I currently own a Samsung LED however its only 40" and could do with a slightly larger screen, not fussed about smart features as its hooked up to a box anyway
#37
I would say Samsung better picture ???
#38
Does anyone who have this can measure? What's the distance from the tv table to the bottom of the screen?

I ask because I have my surround sound speakers sat on the tv stand (just kinda in front of the set)
1 Like #39
unhappybunny
Does anyone who have this can measure? What's the distance from the tv table to the bottom of the screen?
I ask because I have my surround sound speakers sat on the tv stand (just kinda in front of the set)

3 inches from table to screen....
#40
elbow777
unhappybunny
Does anyone who have this can measure? What's the distance from the tv table to the bottom of the screen?
I ask because I have my surround sound speakers sat on the tv stand (just kinda in front of the set)
3 inches from table to screen....

Thanks for that... hmm I think my speakers will obscure the screen a little, they stand just over 3" tall. My current 48" (one of the older sets with a thicker rim) is 4.5" from table to screen....

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