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49" LG 49LF510V LED tv with freeview £289 @ Tesco
49" LG 49LF510V LED tv with freeview £289 @ Tesco

49" LG 49LF510V LED tv with freeview £289 @ Tesco

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49" LG LED tv with freeview. HD ready. bought one of these myself and it is an amazing tv for the price

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Original Poster

tesco direct you can get them

The next model up 49lf590v is only £349 @ Argos at the minute too; cheapest i've seen it, with double the motion speed, 2 hdmi's and smart technology. I was gonna get this one until realised it had only 1 hdmi lead, was a deal breaker for me!
Edited by: "ieame" 17th Sep 2016

What about the warranty? Do Tesco offer the John Lewis type warranty? Thnx

Also have never used LG brand before how it it - reliable?

"freeview" in title should read Freeview HD.
You should also read C. Evans' review on Amazon here.
Edited by: "Publix" 17th Sep 2016

bulktrans

What about the warranty? Do Tesco offer the John Lewis type warranty? … What about the warranty? Do Tesco offer the John Lewis type warranty? ThnxAlso have never used LG brand before how it it - reliable?



​im desp for a new tv.. not because its broken just because it bow looks soo dated! my ceiling collapsed on my tv about 2 years ago after a radiator had leaked through it all night and day.. onto my tv.. down the vents etc. My tv is still goong strong with no issued at all. Im willing it to break down so I can get a new one! I thinm its safe to say LG are reliable lol. no issues with it at all and seems robust enough hahah!

I've had this TV for a few months and sorry, but I think it's terrible.

Yes it's big but the dirty screen effect (DSE) is abysmal. This is the effect that makes it appear as though dirt is behind the screen when movement is observed.

The colours are washed out and the HD is barely HD at all. No matter how it's set up it's just not sharp. On a 1080p panel this is unforgivable and should be the very base of a HD TV.

The refresh is also bad, very bad, so anything involving movement (sport etc) is not a great experience.

Sound is very quiet and very tinny. It's a thin TV but even so, the sound is bad.

Finally, if you use it as a second screen in a computer setup (films etc) you'll get awful screen tearing. There's no way to avoid this, it's hardware related.

I sorely wish I'd spent another £50-£100 and got something better.

'HD ready' in posters description??

NO it seems to have a HD tuner!

Original Poster

cullies

'HD ready' in posters description??NO it seems to have a HD tuner!



​does it really matter. as long it has the capability of displaying HD channels thats all that matters

HD Ready means that the television is able to handle a High Definition signal. It produces 720 lines of information across the screen which is not Full HD. It does not have a High Definition tuner built in, so the HD services would come from an external source such as Sky, Virgin or a recorder with HD built in.

Original Poster

cullies

'HD ready' in posters description??NO it seems to have a HD tuner!



​you learn something new everyday. i apologise for the wrong info on the discription
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