LG 42LB570 Smart 42" LED TV / Full HD 1080p / Freeview HD / WiFi via adapter / HDMI x 3 / USB 2.0 x 3 only £329 using code @ PCWorld
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LG 42LB570 Smart 42" LED TV / Full HD 1080p / Freeview HD / WiFi via adapter / HDMI x 3 / USB 2.0 x 3 only £329 using code @ PCWorld

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Found 15th Nov 2014
Very good TV for the price. IMPORTANT: Use code 170LG42LB570 to buy at this price.

Enjoy stunning entertainment in your living room with the LG 42LB570 Smart 42" LED TV. Offering Smart TV features that bring the best of the internet to your TV and a built-in Freeview HD tuner, you won't have to go far to find your favourite entertainment.

Smarter viewing

Simply connect the 42LB570 to the internet using the Ethernet connection or an optiona; wireless adapter and you'll be able to start watching great videos that are bound to please everyone.

Stay up to date with all the latest TV shows with catch up TV options, and share your opinions with friends and followers using the Facebook and Twitter access. You can even browse the internet from the comfort of your sofa, or watch some of your favourite films with the built-in Knowhow Movies app.

Why pay more?

Avoid expensive entertainment packages with the Freeview HD tuner built into the LB570. When you connect your aerial, this handy tuner provides you with access to over 50 digital channels and a range of digital radio stations, and even includes some of the nation's favourite channels in high definition.

With an eight day programme guide, you'll be able to see what's coming up and plan what you want to watch.

It won't cost you a penny to view, which means that you can keep everyone happy without needing to pay monthly subscriptions or fees.

Bringing you greater definition

Enjoy every detail of your favourite shows, whether it's a film for the kids or the latest series. The Full HD resolution means that you'll be treated to images bursting with clarity, whilst the 100 Hz motion rate helps to keep everything blur-free.

Well connected

The 42" LB570 includes three HDMI ports which makes it easier than ever to connect your high definition devices to your TV. Whether you want to connect your games console or Blu-ray player, simply use the HDMI connection to enjoy stunning images and excellent sound quality.

There are also three USB ports that are ideal for connecting USB devices such as external hard drives so you can watch connect straight from your hard drive.

£30 discount available via o2 priority (when spending over £300)
- yuiodf

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What are conditions of code please? Thank you

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BETTY BOOP

What are conditions of code please? Thank you


All I know is:-

£170 off LG 42” LB570 Smart LED TVCode: 170LG42LB570Start: Saturday No … £170 off LG 42” LB570 Smart LED TVCode: 170LG42LB570Start: Saturday November 15thEnd: COP Monday November 17th

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BETTY BOOP

What are conditions of code please? Thank you

£170 off LG 42” LB570 Smart LED TVCode: 170LG42LB570Start: Saturday No … £170 off LG 42” LB570 Smart LED TVCode: 170LG42LB570Start: Saturday November 15thEnd: COP Monday November 17th



Product specific code on this tv and can also be used at Currys online. ta

same price at RGB Direct

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Nayana

same price at RGB Direct



And...your point caller?

Point is ... It's the same price at RGB in case the code does not graft at pcworld or they run out of stock. Look on it as a alternative retailer for this item and thank thank poster if required.

I saw this in Currys today and was impressed by what you get for the money. It was side-by-side with some £529 TVs and didn't look as bright or have as nice motion. However, it was £200 cheaper - and the styling is really, really nice.

panel is too glossy for my liking. Whats with LG these days and its high glossy panels. What happened to the good old half glossy/matte panels?

Not 1080p.......cold. Oh it is 1080p.... Not 4K......cold. X)

I jest.

Looks quite pretty for not a lot of money. There are probably better (less pretty) tvs for the money but this will be a good TV for many. Hot.

£30 discount available via o2 priority when spending over £300

DubNut86

£30 discount available via o2 priority when spending over £300



Sub 300 42 full hd TV

DubNut86

£30 discount available via o2 priority when spending over £300


Unfortunately o2 offer only available instore so you would only get £30 off the full price of £499.

IPS panel as opposed to VA

50hz processing rate
100hz motion rate

What's the differences?

is this an old model , i ask this as most tv's from the last 2 years that are smart have built in wireless rather than having to buy an optional dongle?

Its funny how everyone is a TV expert.

So is this TV any good?

Anyone know a way of gettign that £30 o2 disc too ?

Does this model have Plex built into it?

Heres an o2 code for someone; 600099901210969

diggeroony

Heres an o2 code for someone; 600099901210969



"Not valid"

Can other apps be installed (ie : Showbox etc) onto these or is it just preinstalled apps ?

John lewis does the.

johnlewis.com/son…287

42w705 for 450 with 5 year guarantee, has VA panel so better contrast.
5 year guarantee at john lewis plus no quibble return must be worth a 100

I find this post and the fact it has gone hot a little disappointing. This is an old model which has been this price on RGB for the last few months. The new model is the 580 or 585 (Curry's specific variant), which was available until last week at £350. This week for whatever reason Richer Sounds and Curry's have pushed the price back up to £380.

As for the last poster, if you think the Sony 42w705 is a better deal please post it as a separate thread.
Edited by: "RickyBobbyDave" 16th Nov 2014

Dealmaker

50hz processing rate100hz motion rateWhat's the differences?



it's good when you watch sport. You can see people moving better then 100hs motion rate.

blakester

Its funny how everyone is a TV expert.



LOL, I can sadly remember when a TV was a TV, either colour or B&W.

The only time when I said Wow to a TV was when the tubes were on there way out, green screen.

My Dad did a Dad slap to the right wooden panel, the TV transformed back to life. He would of been suited at Radio Rentals !

Smart TV's are as big as a fad, as 3D TV's, I have used my function about twice....

logie31

LOL, I can sadly remember when a TV was a TV, either colour or B&W. The … LOL, I can sadly remember when a TV was a TV, either colour or B&W. The only time when I said Wow to a TV was when the tubes were on there way out, green screen. My Dad did a Dad slap to the right wooden panel, the TV transformed back to life. He would of been suited at Radio Rentals !Smart TV's are as big as a fad, as 3D TV's, I have used my function about twice....



Yep! And its funny how the 3D TV fad died out so quickly, one dedicated channel on Sky - what a waste of time.

logie31

LOL, I can sadly remember when a TV was a TV, either colour or B&W. The … LOL, I can sadly remember when a TV was a TV, either colour or B&W. The only time when I said Wow to a TV was when the tubes were on there way out, green screen. My Dad did a Dad slap to the right wooden panel, the TV transformed back to life. He would of been suited at Radio Rentals !Smart TV's are as big as a fad, as 3D TV's, I have used my function about twice....



We were a Redifusion (sp) family.

Each to their own I suppose but I'm Smart TV mad, watch tutorials on YouTube more than I watch my Sky package, which is why I'm cutting it back when I move house this week.

Not a bad price, though there was a non smart LG 42" tv to be had last Christmas ( I got one) for £279, this one only has smart functions and extra usb and hdmi ports.
Also, worth noting that the stand / legs for this, whilst looking good, would require quite a large tv unit / base to go on, whereas TVs with the centre stand can fit on smaller display units and just overhang a little (I've got my 42" one on a stand designed for up to 37" tv)
Guess what I'm saying is that if upgrading you may need to purchase a new wider stand for it!

Which is exactly I need to do SFconvert :-/

Can anyone recommend this? I'm looking to move to a LED from my 10 year-old 42" plasma. I've had a look at some LED TV's but have a visual problem with them all (including a £800 Sony LED). The staff at Currys said it's because of having a plasma so long anything different (ie LED) will look strange. I see motion blur, strange pixelating when things move etc. and was told this is a by-product of LED's and if you want to avoid this, there's no option but to stick to another plasma. We want a LED as at least they knock off (as does my niece's LCD) but the plasma only goes to standby. My sister has the same set and turned it off at the plug each night for around a month and the tv died. It was changed after a fight but was told it must not be powered off and only kept in standby.

Not knowing a thing about TV's I follow what was told but costs around £86 a year just in standby mode hence looking to change.
Can anyone here give me an opinion please?
TIA

JJG

Can anyone recommend this? I'm looking to move to a LED from my 10 … Can anyone recommend this? I'm looking to move to a LED from my 10 year-old 42" plasma.



I recently tried out a 42'' LG from Amazon and I was impressed with the picture quality (we have a plasma in the living room), the picture on the HD channels and BD playback was superb, it just looks different from a plasma. Just make sure you turn all the post-processing off and try and find the calibration settings on-line to get it set-up (if you think a professional calibrator is a bit expensive) correctly. That should start you off on the right foot!

At the end of the day you'll need a bit of time to adjust and some decent BDs to sample a set's potential. I wouldn't buy it from PC World unless you were 100% sure, as they'll rarely take it items back, even if it doesn't meet your expectations. Buy from someone who has a decent return policy (like Amazon, Tescos et cetra).

Failing that you may want to try a projector as they won't make plasmas forever! Also it's rare to find any TV that has a permanent OFF button these days, they mostly go into stand-by mode, I've seen some cheaper TVs with an OFF button but none of my TVs have them.

Ordered

And thanks - HOT

This tv is great for the price I bought it 2weeks ago , I also bought the WiFi adapter and magic remote from Richard sound for £23

heydi

how does this tv compared to this 50 inch … how does this tv compared to this 50 inch sharp?http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sharp-lc50ld266k-50-led-tv-from-currys-329-00-web-exclusive-price-2049671



This is likely a better TV but it is 8 inches smaller.

My current TV is 47", there is no way that I could take a drop in screen size now.

I would personally get the sharp. It is an incredible bargain.

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