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LG DVD 5.1 Home Cinema System 300W. £59.00 - Tesco outlet on eBay

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Brand new LG DVD home cinema system. Includes DVD player 5 surround speakers and a subwoofer, can't go wrong for £59.99 delivered. Same price as a sound bar but full surround sound.
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Brand new LG DVD home cinema system. Includes DVD player 5 surround speakers and a subwoofer, can't go wrong for £59.99 delivered. Same price as a sound bar but full surround sound.
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#1
Bargain hv some heat Op
1 Like #2
Connectivity might be an issue for some on this but eh for those where it isn't it's a good price :{
1 Like #3
Nice find op, heat :)
1 Like #4
Looking like a hottie to me.
#6
Thanks had a quick look and couldn't find, I will expire.
#7
2 Likes #8
Just looked £9.95 postage. So 94p more expensive then.


Edited By: Dj CUE on Jan 27, 2017 20:46
1 Like #9
If this is optical in, great price
4 Likes #10


Shame, had you gone back a few months earlier then that you could have bought it even cheaper ! :{

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-dh3140s-300w-5-1-dvd-home-theatre-system-49-tesco-c-c-2481468
#11
Looks like these are the instructions for it if anyone wants to know more about it and what connections etc it has:

http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/1731741.pdf
#12
Dj CUE
Just looked £9.95 postage. So 94p more expensive then.



​sorry my bad
3 Likes #13
DVD player? oO
3 Likes #14
ArcticOrder
DVD player? oO
Here they come, now make room the bluray brigade and the streaming set.


Edited By: sag on Jan 27, 2017 21:58
#15
any idea how long the speaker cables are? can't see it in the manual. one rear speaker would have to go a good way round the room to avoid the door. can you extend this kind of speaker cable if necessary?
1 Like #16
jonthed
any idea how long the speaker cables are? can't see it in the manual. one rear speaker would have to go a good way round the room to avoid the door. can you extend this kind of speaker cable if necessary?

Yes just go to any DIY store and buy the size you need, it'll just be standard speaker wire
1 Like #17
Nice price but I need hdmi connections
#18
pennyfarthing88
Connectivity might be an issue for some on this but eh for those where it isn't it's a good price :{


​alexa discover devices :p
1 Like #19
would the speakers work for other sources other than the DVD, like a regular soundbar
#20
b1971tony
would the speakers work for other sources other than the DVD, like a regular soundbar


​im sure so. I have the lg blue ray version and the surround sound system isn't exclusive to the onboard player. it's a home cinema system, with a DVD player.
#21
Hi everyone,

I would appreciate some guidance here. I have been looking for a home cinema system to install it in my bedroom to my Hisense 50" 4K TV. I play my PS4 as well as movies via linking a laptop to the TV - will buying this serve its purpose with my current set up?
2 Likes #22
ArcticOrder
DVD player? oO

For playing dvds
#23
Does it do Dolby atoms? It should at this price :{
1 Like #24
Why on earth wouldn't you add a HDMI in. Would have prolonged life of the product.

15 year ago this would be a good deal.
#25
Can I connect this to my xbox? Be great playing world of tanks don't think my neighbours will like me though.
3 Likes #26
Just had a quick look on which,
Which? verdict
Avoid at all costs 47%"[img][/img]
...normal retail price aroubd £70.
I quess they are trying to get rid of the things.

Which? verdict:
Avoid at all costs 47%

Tested 15 May 2016

LG’s entry- level home cinema system is one of the cheapest ways to get surround sound into your living room. The five dinky, circular speakers and a bulkier subwoofer set around the room should provide a cinematic sound experience. But is the DH3140S cheap and cheerful or will the low cost lead to poor sound? Read our expert review to find out.
Pros
Easy- to- navigate menus
Cons
Bad sound, an even worse remote, limited connections

The old adage ‘you get what you pay for’ rings true with the LG DH3140S. When an easy- to- use menu is the only source of praise for a surround- sound system you know there’s something wrong.
What is it?

It’s a five- speaker, one- subwoofer home cinema system with a DVD player and not much else. You can attach a USB drive to the player to watch videos and listen to music, but don’t expect any internet streaming or HD options.
What does it sound like?

Whether all the speakers are firing sound to bring a blockbuster movie to life, or just the left and right speakers are working hard to draw you into a BBC drama, a 5.1 system must sound good. This system doesn’t perform well regardless of how many speakers are in use. Dialogue suffered most when we were listening in 5.1, but even when the action heated up we were left cold – the speakers don’t match the energy on screen.
What's it like to use?

Intuitive, easy-to-navigate menus are let down by a terrible remote. The buttons are too small, and picking out the volume and menu navigation buttons isn’t something you’ll be able to do without glancing at the remote first. Connecting the speakers to the DVD player could be simpler, too. The wires are labelled so you shouldn’t have any trouble figuring out which speaker they fit into, but the connections on the player are cramped. The tight spacing is compounded by fiddly spring clips - you may struggle if you have big hands.
Is there anything I should watch out for?

If you were hoping that your home cinema could act as receiver for all sorts of under- TV gadgets you’ll be disappointed. There are plugs so you can connect your TV but only in stereo, so you won’t get the benefit of any surround sound unless you’re watching a DVD.
What else do I need to know?

This system is as basic as they come - you can’t even listen to the radio, which is a function found on most home cinema systems.
Should I buy it?

The LG DH3140S fails in its most basic duty – providing good quality sound. If you want 5.1 surround sound at rock- bottom prices you’d be better off with a Samsung HT-J4500 (75%). It may cost £59 more, but spending £99 on the LG would be money wasted.
#27
x33x
Just had a quick look on which,
Which? verdict
Avoid at all costs 47%"[img][/img]
...normal retail price aroubd £70.
I quess they are trying to get rid of the things.
Which? verdict:
Avoid at all costs 47%
Tested 15 May 2016
LG’s entry- level home cinema system is one of the cheapest ways to get surround sound into your living room. The five dinky, circular speakers and a bulkier subwoofer set around the room should provide a cinematic sound experience. But is the DH3140S cheap and cheerful or will the low cost lead to poor sound? Read our expert review to find out.
Pros
Easy- to- navigate menus
Cons
Bad sound, an even worse remote, limited connections
The old adage ‘you get what you pay for’ rings true with the LG DH3140S. When an easy- to- use menu is the only source of praise for a surround- sound system you know there’s something wrong.
What is it?
It’s a five- speaker, one- subwoofer home cinema system with a DVD player and not much else. You can attach a USB drive to the player to watch videos and listen to music, but don’t expect any internet streaming or HD options.
What does it sound like?
Whether all the speakers are firing sound to bring a blockbuster movie to life, or just the left and right speakers are working hard to draw you into a BBC drama, a 5.1 system must sound good. This system doesn’t perform well regardless of how many speakers are in use. Dialogue suffered most when we were listening in 5.1, but even when the action heated up we were left cold – the speakers don’t match the energy on screen.
What's it like to use?
Intuitive, easy-to-navigate menus are let down by a terrible remote. The buttons are too small, and picking out the volume and menu navigation buttons isn’t something you’ll be able to do without glancing at the remote first. Connecting the speakers to the DVD player could be simpler, too. The wires are labelled so you shouldn’t have any trouble figuring out which speaker they fit into, but the connections on the player are cramped. The tight spacing is compounded by fiddly spring clips - you may struggle if you have big hands.
Is there anything I should watch out for?
If you were hoping that your home cinema could act as receiver for all sorts of under- TV gadgets you’ll be disappointed. There are plugs so you can connect your TV but only in stereo, so you won’t get the benefit of any surround sound unless you’re watching a DVD.
What else do I need to know?
This system is as basic as they come - you can’t even listen to the radio, which is a function found on most home cinema systems.
Should I buy it?
The LG DH3140S fails in its most basic duty – providing good quality sound. If you want 5.1 surround sound at rock- bottom prices you’d be better off with a Samsung HT-J4500 (75%). It may cost £59 more, but spending £99 on the LG would be money wasted.

Thanks for posting the which review as I was tempted until I read it. The deal breaker for me is that you only get 5.1 while watching a DVD & only stereo from the TV connection :(
The which review also says there is no radio function whilst the manual says it has FM radio?
Saved me £60 :D thank you.
#28
Yes it has FM radio, aux input (phono cables) flat screen TV speakers usual naff so that's what I bought it for, it is better but as mentioned it doesn't have a brilliant punch with its bass speaker even when volume about 75% not gone into all its settings yet so maybe be able to up the bass individually speaker cables are about 3m long for the money its not bad, it doesn't compare to my old Sony 800w system which cost £300 so for a small room its fine :|
1 Like #29
Be warned you will need an av-optical converter to use the surround sound as an output for the tv
#30
DVD lol, I haven't heard of that in a while
#31
dwattsy21
If this is optical in, great price


My thoughts exactly :)
#32
What's with the DVD player?
I wouldn't pay any money for a VHS player and I wouldn't pay any money for a DVD player.
£10 is the right price for this item.
Voted cold.
#33
freak123
DVD lol, I haven't heard of that in a while

Ehh, I popped into town today and they were in almost every single shop I went into, even some in the garage when I went to get petrol. And in semi-chem for some reason. You must have 'leaving the house and seeing stuff' problems
#34
No Blu-Ray and a big Don't Buy from Which? should make everyone to run away .... freezing as it's obviously junk
#35
i payed £35 For this in a tesco store was last one on the shelf and is a very good product and dvd player is out standing it dose not have a hdmi out put but has built in radio and usb port a must buy people well worth every penny even at 54.99 on their ebay outlet

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