LG 42LE7900 42'' LED Infinia TV with Freeview HD £699 delivered at Electrocentreltd

LG 42LE7900 42'' LED Infinia TV with Freeview HD £699 delivered at Electrocentreltd

Found 16th Nov 2010
Cheapest seen this TV, Amazon selling it for £811.76

LG's 42LE7900 42" Full HD Infinia LED TV with built-in Freeview HD. The 42LE7900 also features NetCast, DLNA and 100Hz TruMotion. Another great feature this LG 42LE7900 is the USB input which let you play music, video and photos through a USB dongle. This LG 42LE7900 LED TV has 4 HDMI connections so you can easily connect all your HD devices without buying any extra devices to do this. Apart from being a stylish LED TV the 42LE7900 is very energy efficient helping you reduce you carbon footprint. The LG 42LE7900 comes with 1 year manufacturer warranty which covers both parts and labour for peace of mind.

Main Features | LG 42LE7900

Freeview HD
100Hz TruMotion
USB Input

Specification | LG 42LE7900

Display | LG 42LE7900

Screen size (in.)42
Display Type LED
Full HD (1080p)Yes
Resolution 1920 x 1080p
Contrast Ratio 5,000,000:1
TruMotion™ Yes

Video | LG 42LE7900

Aspect Ratio 16:9
Picture Wizard Yes
Freeview HD Built In Yes

Audio | LG 42LE7900

Audio Output 10W + 10W
Clear Voice Yes (Clear Voice II)

Special Features | LG 42LE7900

Intelligent Sensor Yes
Energy Saving recommended Yes

Convenience | LG 42LE7900

NetCast Yes
Smart Energy Saving Plus Yes
ECO Flower Yes

Connectivity | LG 42LE7900

Wireless AV Link Yes
Bluetooth Yes
USB 2.0 (DivX HD, MP3, Jpeg play) Yes

Dimensions - WxHxD (mm) | LG 42LE7900

SET (w/o stand) (mm) 1018.2 x 630.7 x 34.4
Including stand (mm) 1018.2 x 692.5 x 269.8
VESA Dimensions (mm) 200 x 200
Weight (Kg) SET (w/o stand kg)19.1
Including stand (kg) 23.2

Eco | LG 42LE7900

On Power Consumption (IEC62087 Edition 2) (W)96.8
Stand By (W)0.20
Luminance Ratio (%)84
Mercury Content (mg)0.0
Presence of Lead Yes - This television contains lead only in certain parts or components where no technology alternatives exist in accordance with existing exemption clauses under the RoHS Directive


never heard of ElectroCentreLtd btw....what are they like and what is the best site to buy TV's from in terms of sales service and after sales help?:|

Original Poster

Direct link electrocentreltd.com/vie…408

I personally have never used this company, but get good reviews on reviewcentre which I check if I am using an independent retailer.

People have posted details from this company in the past as well.

I would always try to get John Lewis to price match a TV if possible (although they are selling this TV for over a £1000 at the moment) as they do a five year guarantee. whether they will match this company, probably unlikely.

As for cold votes a lot of people here won't look past a Sony or Panasonic and seem to vote any other brand cold. (I own a Sony TV and dvd recorder) but since buying the LG BD390 blu ray player I realised it matches any Sony player in current production for PQ and upscaling and does so much more. I took my blinkers off and now shop around considering other brands.

Always worth checking independent reviews and go and view the TV's you are interested in and make your own determinations.

Cheers!! thanks for that! im sure i have read somewhere that LG actually provide the screens for Sony on several of their products as they are the main manufacturer of such items?! how much of that is true i will never know as i dont intend on dismantling a tv to find out! i have always believed that LG make top range tv's just as good as Sony with a different brand label being on it!

I agree with these comments. My LG plasma had the best picture by miles when we looked. Never regretted it.
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