LG 42LB650V LED HD 1080p 3D Smart TV, 42" with Freeview HD + 5 year guarantee + 2 pcs 3d glasses £348.95 @ John Lewis
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LG 42LB650V LED HD 1080p 3D Smart TV, 42" with Freeview HD + 5 year guarantee + 2 pcs 3d glasses £348.95 @ John Lewis

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Found 27th Apr 2015
IPS Full HD 3D

Brighter, sharper and more durable than conventional TV panels, IPS shows off what Full HD is really capable of. This type of panel also gives better viewing angles that maintain their colour when viewed from the side. Enhanced with 3D, every moment will be richer and more realistic.

500Hz digital processing

With digitally enhanced signal processing, this TV reaches a simulated 500Hz refresh rate that makes even the fastest action smoother. Great for sports and action packed movies, it really comes into its own when you’re gaming.

Smart TV

Catch up TV, streaming, apps and games are just a few button presses away. LG’s webOS system helps to streamline the experience with customisable home screens that control the flow of content so you can get to the apps you need right away.

Built-in Wi-Fi

All of these great smart features are even easier to get working thanks to built-in Wi-Fi. Just connect the TV to your existing network using the simple prompts. Direct cable connection via Ethernet is also an option.

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44 Comments

nice find

On the PC setting this has low input lag too which makes it good for gaming.

Great deal thanks samnai

Excellent deal, thanks OP

thinking about getting the samsung ue40h6203 off co op electrical for £299.would it be worth paying the extra and getting this im not to fussed about 3d.

I bought this TV when it was £389. It's a great TV much better than my Samsung in its smart qualities. Looks great too with its minimal border

How good is the 3d

It's is similar to my Samsung. That has active glasses. The LG Passive. It's the Apps what swing it for me. Better on the LG.

Hancock

How good is the 3d



Don't worry about that, you won't use it after the first week.

Urzrkymn

Don't worry about that, you won't use it after the first week.



A 3 minute wonder then?

No way! Nearly bought the 47" for £100 more earlier.
Made up with this price....I'm sure the extra 5 inches makes no difference anyway...

ourdave

No way! Nearly bought the 47" for £100 more earlier. Made up with this … No way! Nearly bought the 47" for £100 more earlier. Made up with this price....I'm sure the extra 5 inches makes no difference anyway...



makes a big difference.....appears quite substantially latger at 47" and def worth £100 more

SIZE MATTERS

ourdave

No way! Nearly bought the 47" for £100 more earlier. Made up with this … No way! Nearly bought the 47" for £100 more earlier. Made up with this price....I'm sure the extra 5 inches makes no difference anyway...


Prefer the lb730v design

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bailey87

Prefer the lb730v design

holding out for that being a good price somewhere I can price match, waited too long on the 731v deciding at marks and now it's gone

I've got this TV and its superb. One of the best thing about it is that it is very easy to use all the functions.

How does this compare with Sony 42W8

Just bought one... Such a good deal... Thanks

We have this tv-Costco online were doing it with the blu-ray player for under £400 (might be worth checking if it's still there). Love the remote-compared to the Toshiba smart tv we had-this is light years ahead.

This or a Panasonic TX42AS500B for £329.99 from my local Sainsburys?
Edited by: "VooDooChilly" 28th Apr 2015

aztecca

thinking about getting the samsung ue40h6203 off co op electrical for … thinking about getting the samsung ue40h6203 off co op electrical for £299.would it be worth paying the extra and getting this im not to fussed about 3d.


Given the 5 year warranty on this, I reckon that yes, it is worth the extra.

I have this TV. Picture is superb but it can be slow when first turned on each day, booting up the TV guide etc. Something to bear in mind.

I've got the 70" version of this tv and its amazing for gaming on but this price for the 42" is a bargain. Having upgraded from a 42" LG old model 70" seems like its over twice the screen size of the 42" TV I had and image quality is really good. Apps are good but I only really use the NowTV/Netflix apps.
Edited by: "phil2much" 28th Apr 2015

Mehh....good price, but I would spend a little more on Samsung and Sony TV.

Ordered, thanks!

I bought this in November for £360. It's anice TV. Much better image quality than i expected for the price. The DLNA service in built is exceptional, and i have no need to install or add on a separate Plex client. It connects to and interprets the Plex shares wonderfully. Even the part-viewed statuses.

go here and you could get a MONSTER cable for the bargain basement price of £30!
johnlewis.com/lg-…362

kyadealhai

I've got this TV and its superb. One of the best thing about it is that … I've got this TV and its superb. One of the best thing about it is that it is very easy to use all the functions.


please can you mention how slim and light it is ? Planning to put it on a hollow plasterboard wall, thx!

aulakh

please can you mention how slim and light it is ? Planning to put it on a … please can you mention how slim and light it is ? Planning to put it on a hollow plasterboard wall, thx!



It's not especially heavy, being a modern LCD screen, but it isn't light either. You should be able to get the actual weight with a fw minutes browsing. The rest depend on the fixings that you use.
I have this screen mounted in the bedroom, on a brick chimney breast using this bracket, which works excellently, and came with an HDMI lead, cable ties and an amazing keyring torch - that was worth the £8.00 alone.

I would be very careful about mounting it on a plasterboard wall.

Ordered

Just got back from JL with one.

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Gstar2006

Just got back from JL with one.


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Can you use this TV in 2D?

Just bought the 49" John Lewis version of this telly for £499. It's the best telly I've bought. And, it comes with a free sound bar.

May not be everyone's price point, but if you're looking at the 47" version of this telly, go for the John Lewis branded 49" one instead.

My only gripe is that the TV Guide on the Web OS is not the smartest.


ILikeHUKD

Can you use this TV in 2D?


It is a pain trying to use this telly in 2D mode. You have to turn the 3D off, remove your 3D glasses which have been sitting comfortably on your nose and then sit back on your couch! Wish there was an easier way!!

ILikeHUKD

Can you use this TV in 2D?



The tv is 2D unless you change it to 3D mode.

Mermoo

The tv is 2D unless you change it to 3D mode.


Ok thank you, brilliant. I'm inexperienced with 3D TV and wasn't fully sure on the concept of whether it was permanently 3D or not.

Pasanda

It's not especially heavy, being a modern LCD screen, but it isn't light … It's not especially heavy, being a modern LCD screen, but it isn't light either. You should be able to get the actual weight with a fw minutes browsing. The rest depend on the fixings that you use.I have this screen mounted in the bedroom, on a brick chimney breast using this bracket, which works excellently, and came with an HDMI lead, cable ties and an amazing keyring torch - that was worth the £8.00 alone.I would be very careful about mounting it on a plasterboard wall.


Thanks for the feedback!

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ILikeHUKD

Ok thank you, brilliant. I'm inexperienced with 3D TV and wasn't fully … Ok thank you, brilliant. I'm inexperienced with 3D TV and wasn't fully sure on the concept of whether it was permanently 3D or not.

ha ha funny

stuellis

On the PC setting this has low input lag too which makes it good for … On the PC setting this has low input lag too which makes it good for gaming.


How good is this TV for gaming??
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