£499.99 at Co-Op - £180.00 cheaper than @ ARGOS - LG 47LN613V Silver - 47Inch Full HD Smart LED TV with Freeview HD, WiFi, Dual Core Processor, 3x HDMI, 3x USB, 1080P
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£499.99 at Co-Op - £180.00 cheaper than @ ARGOS - LG 47LN613V Silver - 47Inch Full HD Smart LED TV with Freeview HD, WiFi, Dual Core Processor, 3x HDMI, 3x USB, 1080P

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Found 31st Jan 2014
Save £200.00 off this amazing LG Smart TV.

£180.00 cheaper than at Argos! (RRP: £679.99)

argos.co.uk/sta…htm

Product description / spec

With a Full HD 1080p 47 Inch screen, the LG 47LN613V has many digital features. Its direct-lit screen portrays the most vivid colours and your necessity for numerous channels is embraced with Freeview and Smart TV. With a virtual surround sound system which delivers natural surround sound, you will experience viewing like never before.

Television picture quality:

Smart TV.
Full HD 1080p display resolution.
Screen size: 47in (119.38cm).
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Motion rate 50Hz.
Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.
Connectivity:

1 SCART socket, 3 USB ports and 3 HDMI sockets.
Component video socket.
Composite.
Optical connection.
Headphone socket.
AV socket.
Wi-Fi enabled.
Ethernet connection.
DLNA compatibility.
Mobile high-definition link.
Miracast.
Open browser.
Sound quality:

Virtual Surround sound system.
12 x 12 watts RMS power output.
Digital features:

Freeview HD digital tuner.
Saorview digital tuner (Saorview can only be received in the Republic of Ireland).
8 day electronic programme guide (EPG).
CI+ slot.
Additional features:

Sleep timer.
Child lock.
Size of TV H63.7, W107.6, D7.9cm.
Weight of TV 13.1kg (unpackaged).
Size of TV with stand: H69.5, W107.6, D32.7cm.
Weight of TV with stand: 15kg.
Suitable for wall mounting 400 x 400 bracket.
Energy efficiency information:

Energy efficiency rating: A+.
On mode power consumption 65 watts.
Annual power consumption 95kWh.
EAN: 8806084358769

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60 Comments

I get an error when clicking the deal.

Not 3D ? But still good price, Heat

ansarch

Not 3D ? But still good price, Heat



That's a plus point

Tittle is massive..

It's also this price on eBay delivered brand new

danm1les

It's also this price on eBay delivered brand new



would rather shop at a branded shop then ebay - spending £500 on ebay is a risk for the future..

The motion rate of 50Hz puts me off.

Currys are selling a similar model with a 200Hz motion rate for £799.
currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

I'm not suggesting this isn't a good price, but I couldn't live with a TV displaying a jittery picture?

philiphunter

The motion rate of 50Hz puts me off.Currys are selling a similar model … The motion rate of 50Hz puts me off.Currys are selling a similar model with a 200Hz motion rate for £799.http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-dvd-blu-ray/televisions/large-screen-tvs-32-and-over/lg-47la740v-smart-3d-47-led-tv-21298616-pdt.html I'm not suggesting this isn't a good price, but I couldn't live with a TV displaying a jittery picture?



I would be interested to know if anyone has seen this model of TV in action and whether there were any scrolling jitters or not.

philiphunter

The motion rate of 50Hz puts me off.Currys are selling a similar model … The motion rate of 50Hz puts me off.Currys are selling a similar model with a 200Hz motion rate for £799.http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-dvd-blu-ray/televisions/large-screen-tvs-32-and-over/lg-47la740v-smart-3d-47-led-tv-21298616-pdt.html



According to the LG website, this set has an MCI of 200 (i.e 200Hz)

lg.com/uk/…13V

Edited by: "spoony100" 31st Jan 2014

2% quidco aswell

spoony100

According to the LG website, this set has an MCI of 200 (i.e … According to the LG website, this set has an MCI of 200 (i.e 200Hz)http://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-47LN613V



LG's MCI 200 is 50hz

Hi, Does anyone know what sort of resolution you would reasonably expect on one of these hooked up via HDMI to a PC failing that something like a Mac Mini please? Thank you.
Sounds a great buy but it's a shame the Co-Op don't offer warranties similar to JohnLewis as part of the purchase price.
Voted hot.

you should have a look at this, this is a nice tv for the money

hotukdeals.com/dea…e=3

philiphunter

The motion rate of 50Hz puts me off.Currys are selling a similar model … The motion rate of 50Hz puts me off.Currys are selling a similar model with a 200Hz motion rate for £799.http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-dvd-blu-ray/televisions/large-screen-tvs-32-and-over/lg-47la740v-smart-3d-47-led-tv-21298616-pdt.html I'm not suggesting this isn't a good price, but I couldn't live with a TV displaying a jittery picture?



50hz better than 200hz imo. Never seen a TV convert 50hz pictures in to 100+hz pictures well, just looks fake and unnatural. If the source was 100hz plus then it would make sense,but all the TV is doing is 'making up' a frame- often badly- based on what happened on the frame before, and what happens next. The higher the 'hz' the more crap it has to make up. Have you seen how 300hz looks on a TV / sky signal? Its goddamn awful. TF you can turn it off.

Gaming is another story, but thats beyond the scope of a comments box.

Therefore hot.
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 31st Jan 2014

daviescr

Hi, Does anyone know what sort of resolution you would reasonably expect … Hi, Does anyone know what sort of resolution you would reasonably expect on one of these hooked up via HDMI to a PC failing that something like a Mac Mini please? Thank you.Sounds a great buy but it's a shame the Co-Op don't offer warranties similar to JohnLewis as part of the purchase price.Voted hot.



1920x1080

There's a code AFTV35 for £25 off a £500+ TV but unfortunately this set falls a penny short.
Edited by: "Taksim_Red" 31st Jan 2014

Taksim_Red

There's a code AFTV35 for £25 off a £500+ TV but unfortunately this set f … There's a code AFTV35 for £25 off a £500+ TV but unfortunately this set falls a penny short.



they are either incredibly smart or incredibly stupid

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Very tempted. I can get it down to £474.99 with my membership card.

milnrowlad

would rather shop at a branded shop then ebay - spending £500 on ebay is … would rather shop at a branded shop then ebay - spending £500 on ebay is a risk for the future..



THAN.

Put another 100GBP and get 3D version ebuyer.com/495…20v with Motion Rate 200Hz

iliko

Put another 100GBP and get 3D version … Put another 100GBP and get 3D version http://www.ebuyer.com/495006-lg-47la620v-47-3d-smart-led-tv-47la620v with Motion Rate 200Hz



What if one doesn't want 3D or 200Hz?

does this have the satellite input at the back like on the 620v?

Is the LG smart stuff any good? I keep hearing that Samsung is the market leader, but to be honest my experience is still pretty bad.

Got this TV from Co-Op in December for £469.99
The real refresh rate is 100Mhz
http://i.imgur.com/XsRFOen.png


Picture quality is good, and sound is not too bad compared to last year's models.
The only problem I have is that the TV periodically becomes unresponsive when I attempt to use the Smart features (e.g. start YouTube or Netflix).
Edited by: "dmi3k" 31st Jan 2014

"£180.00 cheaper than @ ARGOS"

Just shows the Argos price is nonsense then - setting it up for a 'massive' reduction no doubt!

Tarquin8484

THAN.



http://holdinholden.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/gpo.png

LG MCI of 200 is a real 100hz. Get informed before posting inaccurate crap. My LG TV has an MCI of 100 and in reality its 50hz.

This is basically the same but with 3D and only £30 more.
hotukdeals.com/dea…928

LG or Samsung At this price point (Give or take £100)

dmi3k

Got this TV from Co-Op in December for £469.99The real refresh rate is … Got this TV from Co-Op in December for £469.99The real refresh rate is 100MhzPicture quality is good, and sound is not too bad compared to last year's models.The only problem I have is that the TV periodically becomes unresponsive when I attempt to use the Smart features (e.g. start YouTube or Netflix).



I bought it at the same time. To me the most annoying thing is the uneven backlight e.g. dirty screen effect when there is a panning scene with bright background. Example

Co-op has a 10 % discount for NUS cards. Im not sure about electronics.

Original Poster

MrPuddington

Is the LG smart stuff any good? I keep hearing that Samsung is the market … Is the LG smart stuff any good? I keep hearing that Samsung is the market leader, but to be honest my experience is still pretty bad.

LG and Samsung both made in the same country, Korea!! Equally as good, but Samsung have the reputation thanks to it's phones.

madscientis

Co-op has a 10 % discount for NUS cards. Im not sure about electronics.



NUS will get 5% off at most. I have a 'staff' discount card for Co-op (don't actually work there) and get 10% off groceries but only 5% off electricals. This would cost me £474.99 when I put my code in at checkout.

Original Poster

Taksim_Red

NUS will get 5% off at most. I have a 'staff' discount card for Co-op … NUS will get 5% off at most. I have a 'staff' discount card for Co-op (don't actually work there) and get 10% off groceries but only 5% off electricals. This would cost me £474.99 when I put my code in at checkout.

OK!! How is that helping everyone else?
Are you saying we can easily get a discount card too?

why would a tv need a dual core processor?

apmirkin

LG and Samsung both made in the same country, Korea!! Equally as good, … LG and Samsung both made in the same country, Korea!! Equally as good, but Samsung have the reputation thanks to it's phones.



What does the country have to do with the quality? Lidl and Pret both have UK made sandwiches, I know which I'd prefer though. . .

delusion

That's a plus point

You should see Oz the Great and the Powerful on my 40" Samsung in 3D, it's blooming terrific!
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