John Lewis 55JL9000 LED HD 1080p 3D Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD & 2x 3D Glasses £649
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John Lewis 55JL9000 LED HD 1080p 3D Smart TV, 55" with Freeview HD & 2x 3D Glasses £649

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Found 26th May 2015
John Lewis Branded lg 55" Smart 3D T.V.
I bought this TV last week & it is amazing.
I just thought if your looking for a good smart 3D tv take a look at this.
It has
3 USB
4 HDMI
2 pairs of quality 3D Glasses
2 remotes 1 normal and 1 wand style like ( Wii-mote) with voice control
and also a 5 year warranty


Product information

John Lewis quality comes to Smart TVs with the JL9000. Enjoy vibrant Full HD with immersive 3D, as well as access to the most exciting apps, games and movie services. The powerful integrated sound bar means that everything sounds as good as it looks. Created in collaboration with renowned manufacturer LG, this TV features the advanced WebOS interface that makes accessing all of these great features as simple as using your smartphone.
Full HD & 3D
See every moment in 1080p Full HD. Colours appear more realistic, blacks are darker and overall contrast is tuned to reveal more detail on screen. Cinema style passive 3D also adds more depth to every moment.
Integrated sound bar
TV speakers can sometimes sound a little flat. The JL9000 solves this with a powerful built-in 50W 2.2 channel sound bar. Soundtracks are richer in everything from films to games and because it’s integrated into the stand, it won’t add bulk to your existing media setup.
Smart TV
You’ll always be entertained with the JL9000’s large suite of smart apps. Stay in touch with Facebook, share your thoughts on Twitter or watch the latest films on Netflix. You don’t have to be tied to TV schedules anymore either thanks to catch up TV services like BBC iPlayer.
WebOS
This fast, intuitive interface makes getting around your apps and devices simple. It works by pinning your favourite apps, devices and programmes to one sliding menu. WebOS also adds live and on demand TV to a combined guide with a smart recommendation service so you can keep track of everything that’s on.
Camera
The built-in camera gives you the freedom to chat to friends and family around the world from the comfort of your armchair. Just download the Skype app and use your regular login details to get started.
Dual Core speed
All of these features would be nothing without a powerful processor. The JL9000’s fast dual core processor handles changes between apps and channels along with the demands of image processing in giving you the best picture possible.
Don't forget...
If you want to connect your television to a Blu-ray player, games console, soundbar or soundbase then you'll need a HDMI cable.
View our collection of cables & connections
And if you’re looking to elevate your viewing experience with cable management, then why not take a look at our wall mounts and TV stands.
3D Ready Yes 3D Technology Type Passive Accessories Included Remote control, 2x 3D glasses Audio Quality Information Virtual Surround Plus Brand
John Lewis
Digital tuner Information Freeview HD Dimensions H70.9 x W122.7 x D3.47cm DLNA Information Yes Energy Rating A+ Exclusive to John Lewis Yes Guarantee 5 years Hard drive Information External USB recording and playback Internet Ready Information Yes - Wi-Fi / Ethernet Manufacturer Part Number (MPN) 55JL9000 Model name / number JL9000 NFC enabled Information No Number of tuners 1 (Freeview HD) Picture Resolution Full HD (1080p) Ports Information 4x HDMI, 1 x SCART, 3x USB 2.0 Power Consumption - Annual 92 kWh/year Power Consumption - On Mode Information 92W Power Consumption - Stand By 0.3W Recording Capacity (hours) N/A Screen Resolution Information 1920 x 1080 pixels Screen size Information 55" Speaker output Information 50W (integrated sound bar) Table Top Stand Included Timer Facility Yes TV Screen Type Information LED Viewing angle (horizontal / vertical) Information 178 degrees Visible Screen Size (measured diagonally) 165.1cm Weight Information 21.2kg

7 Comments

This has been posted before, that said its a good deal and deserves repeating. From memory I think it was this price a while ago, but had a G pad? included.

supermod

The previous deal included a Free LG pad which is no longer available unfortunately so this is an updated bundle
Edited by: "sigma" 26th May 2015

Shame that so many new sets have these wide stands that require large cabinets to put them on. And these own shop brands make it difficult to know what actual set they are?

All gone I think...

Anyone who is subscribed to this thread know what would be a good size USB disk to plug in? And how it should be formatted, exFAT or NTFS?

Thanks.

Original Poster

Hi Kalico

I have used a 500gb External Hard Drive
A 3TB External Hard Drive
And also a 16gb USB
I have not had to format any of the above drives literally just plug and play.
I have been able to play back movies & listen to music and also record T.V. programs directly onto any of the above drives !

PS this is the best T.V. I have ever had its awesome I have had a few so called smart T.V.s in the past and this puts them all to shame !
If you would like any more information on the T.V. please do not hesitate to contact me.

Many thanks

Adam


kalico

Anyone who is subscribed to this thread know what would be a good size … Anyone who is subscribed to this thread know what would be a good size USB disk to plug in? And how it should be formatted, exFAT or NTFS?Thanks.




Edited by: "babyboya187" 31st Jul 2015

Thanks for that info babyboya187.

Even if you've just plugged a drive in, it will have had to have been formatted at some point. I plugged in a USB stick formatted to exFAT and the TV told me that it needed to be formatted using Windows OS. So I formatted it again, this time with NTFS.

Now, the TV sees the drive and can show photos etc that are on it, but it will not record TV to the drive. It says that to record TV I must plug in a USB-HDD. I don't know how it tells the difference between a USB-HDD (ie spinning disk portable drive) and a USB pendrive, but it certainly doesn't like the pendrive.

I shall have to keep experimenting.
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