@ Tesco eBay - LG 47LN5400 47" Inch Full HD 1080p LED TV With Freeview - 47" for the price of a 42" and it is NEW not Refurbished! £299 - HotUKDeals
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LG 47LN5400 47 Inch Full HD 1080p LED TV With Freeview

Was researching some client work [not really, just messing about wasting time!] and found this LG 47" LED.

Excellent reviews, this is the one that has hardly any input lag and keeps going out of stock at 400+ elsewhere.

Found a few of these fancy a tickle deals at Ye Olde Tesco and this popped up as New, after running a few googoogadget price checks, this TV is far better than some of the top of the shop 42" ones that are dearer.

Was £499 > then £399 now.. £299 at time of thread includes free delivery, last time posted one like this I found, they sold out all 28 sets, so be quick if you really want a decent LG 47" for stupido money.

>>>>>

2nd option added for those that want 1" more ;-)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tesco-ye-olde-bebay-part-2-new-new-toshiba-48l1433db-48-full-hd-1080p-lcd-tv-with-2109747
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The 47LN5400 from LG features Direct LED backlighting to produce superior contrasts and bright, intense colour. 1080p resolution and the MCI 100 Hz frequency combine with the Triple XD Engine to enhance contrast and clarity for stunning high-definition images. Meanwhile, several scene modes, including 24p Real Cinema, deliver the quality you'd expect to see on the big screen.

The 47 LN5400 from LG goes above and beyond movies; the USB Plus Port is compliant with the MHL interface, so you can enjoy photos, videos and music from USB sources. And thanks to MHL, you can browse the files on your mobile using the optional Magic Remote Control
[HUKD Deal Editor]#2
Is this new or refurbed?
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BuzzDuraband
Is this new or refurbed?

Brand spanking Buzz, spoke with TCSHQ lady lady about them, another member here wanted a big one, from my other big one thread and they sold out, so got one of these for her ;-)

Cracking set for the wedge!
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BuzzDuraband
Is this new or refurbed?

Brand spanking Buzz, spoke with TCSHQ lady lady about them, another member here wanted a big one, from my other big one thread and they sold out, so got one of these for her ;-)

Cracking set for the wedge!

Seems to be a great TV for the price mate, and you're sure it's new and not a refurb? ;)
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BuzzDuraband
Is this new or refurbed?

Brand spanking Buzz, spoke with TCSHQ lady lady about them, another member here wanted a big one, from my other big one thread and they sold out, so got one of these for her ;-)

Cracking set for the wedge!

Seems to be a great TV for the price mate, and you're sure it's new and not a refurb? ;)

"Dear xxxxxxxx, thank you for your xxxx bulk inquiry this morning, we can confirm that once listed, the 12 month warranty will apply as the items are brand new. Some may have been opened for inspection, but they will come in original manufacturers boxes and can be registered for warranty if required. These are our xxxx xxxxx terms for your company purchase. Our 'Brand New' items are as the title suggests, 'Brand New'. Retail boxed and unopened, however they are end of line or are discontinued stock. These items offer excellent value for money, as they're Brand New, with the reassurance that they are supported by a full 12 month Tesco Outlet warranty. Delivery will be made by ArrowXl or another 2 man service only. Warmest Regards xxxxx xx xxxx - Tesco"

Yep!
#6
shame freeview and not freeview hd
1 Like #7
Interesting ..... and you say it's new - is that brand new or refurb'd?
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#9
Seems a bargain for full hd and 120hz
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antonywhite37
shame freeview and not freeview hd

Not really, would rather have the extra inches for less cash, instead of the 6 rubbish channels that FVHD provides compared to FVSD, in fact the only one that is really worth having is bbc hd news 24 8)
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#12
Also have a 48" Tosh as well
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kevinmac21
Also have a 48" Tosh as well

Indeed Kev, I was going to go for those this morning, but tbh, the lag, hz and fact there is a lot more plastic around the frame put me off them, nice set, but they look a bit "90's" retro in the real world! 8) Will add it to the OP anyway, can never have to many choices on HUKD!
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JoeBoy88
Seems a bargain for full hd and 120hz

It's a 50Hz panel.
1 Like #16
That's pretty nice, we're thinking of getting a second flat screen.
#17
Same price on pixmania
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JoeBoy88
Seems a bargain for full hd and 120hz

It's a 50Hz panel.

No it's not a 50hz panel, it is a 120hz panel, one of only 3 on the market, the other is an lg and a sony [2012 model] have seen this running in the real world, with 22fps stuff, ps4 stuff and 62.8hz 1080p native input [we do tons of video marketing bits and bobs] in a bright and dark environment [and I am not talking about Deekys pants!] just brilliant for the price..
#19
Looks good. shame I've not got any money this month
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bargainHook
Same price on pixmania

I was going to add that to the OP, but as most of know by now, not UK stock there oO

http://s16.postimg.org/plss7d4at/screenshot_1420490879.png
1 Like #21
cracking deal, you can also get it from Pixmania here

Use quidco to get cashback to offset the delivery cost

Edited By: TheBishDude on Jan 05, 2015 20:57
#22
Fantastic price, OOS now unfortunately.
#23
TheBishDude
cracking deal, you can also get it from Pixmania here

Maybe just add that to the post to keep the deal valid OP?
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JoeBoy88
Seems a bargain for full hd and 120hz

It's a 50Hz panel.

No it's not a 50hz panel, it is a 120hz panel, one of only 3 on the market, the other is an lg and a sony [2012 model] have seen this running in the real world, with 22fps stuff, ps4 stuff and 62.8hz 1080p native input [we do tons of video marketing bits and bobs] in a bright and dark environment [and I am not talking about Deekys pants!] just brilliant for the price..

It's not a 120Hz panel. LG Trumotion is the old name for MCI in the USA.

http://www.rtings.com/info/fake-refresh-rates-samsung-clear-motion-rate-vs-sony-motionflow-vs-lg-trumotion
#25
Ordered, thanks OP
#26
There is still the 48" JVC from Currys for the same price and it has Freeview HD and 3 HDMI ports.

Edited By: davidclack on Jan 05, 2015 21:10: error
#27
He guys,
I have a bit of a problem, I have a 46" 1080p led tv but the input lag is ridiculously high, so I have to play on a small 20 something inch. Are there no big TVs out there with little input lag?? Thanks
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JoeBoy88
Seems a bargain for full hd and 120hz

It's a 50Hz panel.

No it's not a 50hz panel, it is a 120hz panel, one of only 3 on the market, the other is an lg and a sony [2012 model] have seen this running in the real world, with 22fps stuff, ps4 stuff and 62.8hz 1080p native input [we do tons of video marketing bits and bobs] in a bright and dark environment [and I am not talking about Deekys pants!] just brilliant for the price..

It's not a 120Hz panel. LG Trumotion is the old name for MCI in the USA.

http://www.rtings.com/info/fake-refresh-rates-samsung-clear-motion-rate-vs-sony-motionflow-vs-lg-trumotion

Ok, you win, its not a 120hz panel and will not display 62.8hz, thus making it a 50hz mickey mouse panel that cannot display anything over 49.84hz... so I have just wasted my time and money buying them and would have been better off buying a teacake oO

As for the assumption that TM is the same as MCi panel loop, it is not, the 120mz panel clock that you are convinced is a 50hz panel, is pushed through the frame rate at 234.23hz, thus almost doubling the rated output, not the rated input, can you send you a video of the calibrated FRE rate running against a Sony 800hz that runs a true 57hz panel, that clearly shows this panel running at more than 50hz without any "marketing gimmicks" with no flicker, no lag and in a very bright location.. No... I can 8)
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davidclack
There is still the 48" JVC from Currys for the same price and it has Freeview HD and 3 HDMI ports.

The JVC is a rebadged Emerson, which is a rebadged Vestel, hence not so good, but good if you like Vestel ;-) The next closest set, is also on the same link for this deal, just look for Toshiba 48" but it has a massive bezel in the real world!
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JoeBoy88
Seems a bargain for full hd and 120hz

It's a 50Hz panel.

No it's not a 50hz panel, it is a 120hz panel, one of only 3 on the market, the other is an lg and a sony [2012 model] have seen this running in the real world, with 22fps stuff, ps4 stuff and 62.8hz 1080p native input [we do tons of video marketing bits and bobs] in a bright and dark environment [and I am not talking about Deekys pants!] just brilliant for the price..

It's not a 120Hz panel. LG Trumotion is the old name for MCI in the USA.

http://www.rtings.com/info/fake-refresh-rates-samsung-clear-motion-rate-vs-sony-motionflow-vs-lg-trumotion

Ok, you win, its not a 120hz panel and will not display 62.8hz, thus making it a 50hz mickey mouse panel that cannot display anything over 49.84hz... so I have just wasted my time and money buying them and would have been better off buying a teacake oO

As for the assumption that TM is the same as MCi panel loop, it is not, the 120mz panel clock that you are convinced is a 50hz panel, is pushed through the frame rate at 234.23hz, thus almost doubling the rated output, not the rated input, can you send you a video of the calibrated FRE rate running against a Sony 800hz that runs a true 57hz panel, that clearly shows this panel running at more than 50hz without any "marketing gimmicks" with no flicker, no lag and in a very bright location.. No... I can 8)

mmmm......prams and rattles springs to mind :)
[helper]#31
IHussaiN
He guys,
I have a bit of a problem, I have a 46" 1080p led tv but the input lag is ridiculously high, so I have to play on a small 20 something inch. Are there no big TVs out there with little input lag?? Thanks

Make, model ? What are you feeding it, eg: input and how?

The lag on this set for gaming is almost non existent if that helps 8)
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banjax
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JoeBoy88
Seems a bargain for full hd and 120hz

It's a 50Hz panel.

No it's not a 50hz panel, it is a 120hz panel, one of only 3 on the market, the other is an lg and a sony [2012 model] have seen this running in the real world, with 22fps stuff, ps4 stuff and 62.8hz 1080p native input [we do tons of video marketing bits and bobs] in a bright and dark environment [and I am not talking about Deekys pants!] just brilliant for the price..

It's not a 120Hz panel. LG Trumotion is the old name for MCI in the USA.

http://www.rtings.com/info/fake-refresh-rates-samsung-clear-motion-rate-vs-sony-motionflow-vs-lg-trumotion

Ok, you win, its not a 120hz panel and will not display 62.8hz, thus making it a 50hz mickey mouse panel that cannot display anything over 49.84hz... so I have just wasted my time and money buying them and would have been better off buying a teacake oO

As for the assumption that TM is the same as MCi panel loop, it is not, the 120mz panel clock that you are convinced is a 50hz panel, is pushed through the frame rate at 234.23hz, thus almost doubling the rated output, not the rated input, can you send you a video of the calibrated FRE rate running against a Sony 800hz that runs a true 57hz panel, that clearly shows this panel running at more than 50hz without any "marketing gimmicks" with no flicker, no lag and in a very bright location.. No... I can 8)

Well if you have done the testing, I'm happy to admit I'm wrong. With a genuine 120Hz panel, it's a cracking deal :)
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#35
Not commenting on the deal (looks good to me), but just so people are aware of a very annoying issue with LG tv's - if you intend to utilise the optical out - e.g. for external speakers/soundbar etc - you will be restricted to ONLY using that for sound output. It seems you can no longer use optical audio out AND the tv's internal speakers... Very annoying for me as all my other sets do this just fine.

Rant over - sorry :)
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banjax
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banjax
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banjax
JoeBoy88
Seems a bargain for full hd and 120hz

It's a 50Hz panel.

No it's not a 50hz panel, it is a 120hz panel, one of only 3 on the market, the other is an lg and a sony [2012 model] have seen this running in the real world, with 22fps stuff, ps4 stuff and 62.8hz 1080p native input [we do tons of video marketing bits and bobs] in a bright and dark environment [and I am not talking about Deekys pants!] just brilliant for the price..

It's not a 120Hz panel. LG Trumotion is the old name for MCI in the USA.

http://www.rtings.com/info/fake-refresh-rates-samsung-clear-motion-rate-vs-sony-motionflow-vs-lg-trumotion

Ok, you win, its not a 120hz panel and will not display 62.8hz, thus making it a 50hz mickey mouse panel that cannot display anything over 49.84hz... so I have just wasted my time and money buying them and would have been better off buying a teacake oO

As for the assumption that TM is the same as MCi panel loop, it is not, the 120mz panel clock that you are convinced is a 50hz panel, is pushed through the frame rate at 234.23hz, thus almost doubling the rated output, not the rated input, can you send you a video of the calibrated FRE rate running against a Sony 800hz that runs a true 57hz panel, that clearly shows this panel running at more than 50hz without any "marketing gimmicks" with no flicker, no lag and in a very bright location.. No... I can 8)

Well if you have done the testing, I'm happy to admit I'm wrong. With a genuine 120Hz panel, it's a cracking deal :)

Not wrong in anyway Jax! Would not have peeps wasting wedge on here, if I had to waste it as well! But seriously, there is not a better 47 on the market for gaming and video work|watching for the £ per pixel! ;-)

There is a lot of mis-information on hukd, which is why I keep banging on about getting an official from each company|merchant that can answer our members questions to save them copy and pasting from other mis-informed interweb places! Bit like the CPCfarnel guy here who always pipes in if you ask him about stuff 8)

Anyway hope you got one if you needed it ;)
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ash1824
Not commenting on the deal (looks good to me), but just so people are aware of a very annoying issue with LG tv's - if you intend to utilise the optical out - e.g. for external speakers/soundbar etc - you will be restricted to ONLY using that for sound output. It seems you can no longer use optical audio out AND the tv's internal speakers... Very annoying for me as all my other sets do this just fine.

Rant over - sorry :)

Do you have your optical going to a sound bar? If I remember, some of the lg had the option greyed out due to a service error that gave an echo, have you got the latest firmware update for your model?
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antonywhite37
shame freeview and not freeview hd

Not really, would rather have the extra inches for less cash, instead of the 6 rubbish channels that FVHD provides compared to FVSD, in fact the only one that is really worth having is bbc hd news 24 8)
Hmmm - get depressed in FVHD. Think I will pass on that.
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ash1824
Not commenting on the deal (looks good to me), but just so people are aware of a very annoying issue with LG tv's - if you intend to utilise the optical out - e.g. for external speakers/soundbar etc - you will be restricted to ONLY using that for sound output. It seems you can no longer use optical audio out AND the tv's internal speakers... Very annoying for me as all my other sets do this just fine.
Rant over - sorry :)
Do you have your optical going to a sound bar? If I remember, some of the lg had the option greyed out due to a service error that gave an echo, have you got the latest firmware update for your model?

Hey, yep optical to a sound bar and now I have to switch between optical out and tv speakers when I want normal/cinema viewing... I've checked online for a while now and lots of comments about LG actively deciding to do this because of echo/user complaints. Frustrating because I have TVs that are considered far worse (Technika) which can handle audio out with no echo without a single problem.

Thanks for your help - I will check the software version right now :)
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banjax
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banjax
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JoeBoy88
Seems a bargain for full hd and 120hz

It's a 50Hz panel.

No it's not a 50hz panel, it is a 120hz panel, one of only 3 on the market, the other is an lg and a sony [2012 model] have seen this running in the real world, with 22fps stuff, ps4 stuff and 62.8hz 1080p native input [we do tons of video marketing bits and bobs] in a bright and dark environment [and I am not talking about Deekys pants!] just brilliant for the price..

It's not a 120Hz panel. LG Trumotion is the old name for MCI in the USA.

http://www.rtings.com/info/fake-refresh-rates-samsung-clear-motion-rate-vs-sony-motionflow-vs-lg-trumotion

Ok, you win, its not a 120hz panel and will not display 62.8hz, thus making it a 50hz mickey mouse panel that cannot display anything over 49.84hz... so I have just wasted my time and money buying them and would have been better off buying a teacake oO

As for the assumption that TM is the same as MCi panel loop, it is not, the 120mz panel clock that you are convinced is a 50hz panel, is pushed through the frame rate at 234.23hz, thus almost doubling the rated output, not the rated input, can you send you a video of the calibrated FRE rate running against a Sony 800hz that runs a true 57hz panel, that clearly shows this panel running at more than 50hz without any "marketing gimmicks" with no flicker, no lag and in a very bright location.. No... I can 8)

Well if you have done the testing, I'm happy to admit I'm wrong. With a genuine 120Hz panel, it's a cracking deal :)

Not wrong in anyway Jax! Would not have peeps wasting wedge on here, if I had to waste it as well! But seriously, there is not a better 47 on the market for gaming and video work|watching for the £ per pixel! ;-)

There is a lot of mis-information on hukd, which is why I keep banging on about getting an official from each company|merchant that can answer our members questions to save them copy and pasting from other mis-informed interweb places! Bit like the CPCfarnel guy here who always pipes in if you ask him about stuff 8)

Anyway hope you got one if you needed it ;)

I like to research and read up on stuff before I post an opinion, and the problem when companies use marketing terms like Trumotion is that they can often mean more than one thing. Always happy to be corrected (as in this case). Given the spec of the panel, this was a really excellent deal, however I'm an old skool plasma lover on anything bigger than a 40 incher.

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