Jvc LT42DV8BJ FullHD 1080P 42 " LCD TV £549 ex delivery.
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Jvc LT42DV8BJ FullHD 1080P 42 " LCD TV £549 ex delivery.

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Found 25th Jul 2008Made hot 25th Jul 2008
42" DynaPix Full HD LCD IDTV with 100Hz Clear Motion Drive II for smooth moving picture,
DynaPix HD picture engine for real-time processing,
MaxxAudio and 3 HDMI CEC Compatible Inputs
1000:1 Contrast Ratio
1920x1080 Resolution
x3 Hdmi Connections

20 Comments

Any reviews on this?

Looks excellent. what are the retailers like?

Good price for Full HD, retailer has some quite good feedback.

Vimes220;2603934

review … review herehttp://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2007/10/09/JVC-LT-42DV8-42in-LCD-TV/p1



Wow. Trusted Review's reviews are an excellent source so I'm fully prepared to accept that this is a top-notch screen based on that review :thumbsup:

Seems like an absolute steal!

Might be an even better deal....

jvc.co.uk/ext…php

5 years free warranty..... please check though before you buy !

Only DS9, DR9 - looks like they have pulled the older models !

Might be worth someone ringing them though.... ;-)

Seen this TV in action. Wouldn't say the picture quality is that special, but sound quality is perfect, amazing compared to most LCDs. Also, this is very cheap for a 100hz TV.

bossmanuk;2604674

Seen this TV in action. Wouldn't say the picture quality is that special, … Seen this TV in action. Wouldn't say the picture quality is that special, but sound quality is perfect, amazing compared to most LCDs. Also, this is very cheap for a 100hz TV.



was the sound coming from the built-in speakers or a theatre system?

1000:1 Contrast ratio for a TV of this size? Doesn't sound too appealing to me.

Although i could be wrong so not going to vote.

I think the TV below is far better, its a plasma with a better picture quality for £50 less.

johnlewis.com/230…735

But remember it is 1000:1 real contrast ration, not the dynamic one. I dont know what it equates to, maybe 8,000:1 Dynamic, but I dunno.

1:000:1 does seem a bit low though, I agree

bossmanuk;2604674

Seen this TV in action. Wouldn't say the picture quality is that special, … Seen this TV in action. Wouldn't say the picture quality is that special, but sound quality is perfect, amazing compared to most LCDs. Also, this is very cheap for a 100hz TV.



I am interested in this TV and if you can ornate on your perception of "picture quality is nothing special" then that would help. I have seen many LCD displays (I run a small business) but havn't had the chance to feast my eyes on this display. Did you have the opportunity to view a gray scale and colour chart for this TV and if so what were your assessments? Can you remember where you actually had the opportunity to pore over this TV?

Thanks to the OP for posting this.

jjintheuk;2604923

But remember it is 1000:1 real contrast ration, not the dynamic one. I … But remember it is 1000:1 real contrast ration, not the dynamic one. I dont know what it equates to, maybe 8,000:1 Dynamic, but I dunno.1:000:1 does seem a bit low though, I agree



It's fairly typical for all but really expensive LCDs.

stevey_p7;2604818

1000:1 Contrast ratio for a TV of this size? Doesn't sound too appealing … 1000:1 Contrast ratio for a TV of this size? Doesn't sound too appealing to me.Although i could be wrong so not going to vote.I think the TV below is far better, its a plasma with a better picture quality for £50 less.http://www.johnlewis.com/230430041/Product.aspx?source=35735



It's not 1080p like the JVC

stevey_p7;2604818

1000:1 Contrast ratio for a TV of this size? Doesn't sound too appealing … 1000:1 Contrast ratio for a TV of this size? Doesn't sound too appealing to me.Although i could be wrong so not going to vote.I think the TV below is far better, its a plasma with a better picture quality for £50 less.http://www.johnlewis.com/230430041/Product.aspx?source=35735



That's a nice Plasma TV, however it only has 1024 x 768 resolution. This one has 1920x1080 pixels.

stevey_p7;2604818

1000:1 Contrast ratio for a TV of this size? Doesn't sound too appealing … 1000:1 Contrast ratio for a TV of this size? Doesn't sound too appealing to me.Although i could be wrong so not going to vote.I think the TV below is far better, its a plasma with a better picture quality for £50 less.http://www.johnlewis.com/230430041/Product.aspx?source=35735



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PoisonJam;2604440

Wow. Trusted Review's reviews are an excellent source so I'm fully … Wow. Trusted Review's reviews are an excellent source so I'm fully prepared to accept that this is a top-notch screen based on that review :thumbsup:Seems like an absolute steal!

It looks good but the backlight lets it down. Going by the review 1000;1 just wont cut it and it doesnt seem to have a dynamic contrast ratio. If that issue doesnt bother you then might be worth a buy.

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