LG 42LM620T 42" Full HD Freeview HD Cinema 3D Smart LED TV 479.95 plus delivery @ 123av
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LG 42LM620T 42" Full HD Freeview HD Cinema 3D Smart LED TV 479.95 plus delivery @ 123av

£509.90123AV Deals
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Found 3rd Apr 2013
Cheapest I have seen this. and you could always try for the John Lewis price match if they have the TV available. They dont at the moment but you coucld keep your eyes open for additional stock.

The ever so classy LG 42LM620T Full HD 42" LED 3D TV has something for all the family as well as providing a true cinematic 3D experience in the comfort of your own home.

Key Features:
Screen Size: 42" (107cm)
Cinema 3D
Smart TV
400 Hz Motionflow
Resolution 1920 x 1080p
Full HD 1080p Edge LED TV
Freeview HD Built-In
Dynamic Contrast Ratio 3,000,000:1
178 / 178 Degrees Viewing angle
2D to 3D / 3D to 2D
Infinite Surround
Triple Engine
Resolution Upscaler
AV Mode
Picture Wizard II
Audio Output - 10W + 10W
Dolby MS10 Decoder
Clear Voice 2
Intelligent Sensor
Wi-Fi Ready
DivX HD
DLNA (Movie / Photo / Music)
4x HDMI / 3x USB / PC Input / Component in (Y,Pb,Pr) + Audio / CI Slot / Scart / Headphones / Digital Optical Audio / LAN (For Modem)
1-Year Manufacturers Warranty
Manufacturers Grade A Condition

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Original Poster

I posted the wrong image, sorry, I meant this.

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posted a few days ago

Cheaper @ PRCdirect £499.00 delivered

It gets a which best buy see below for the review.

LG has packed the 42-inch LG 42LM620T LED TV with features, including Freeview HD, 3D viewing and smart TV apps, but can it make the grade on what counts most - sound and picture quality? We've recently retested this TV to reflect important updates, and these new tests reveal all.

The LG always delivered good 2D and 3D pictures, but when we originally tested it the sound was unacceptable, to the extent that we made it a Don't Buy. LG did the right thing and fixed the problem, and we can now say that this is a fine TV.

What's the picture quality like?
HD pictures are crisp with natural colours, just the thing to bring your favourite Blu-ray films to life. Non-HD isn't quite as good, where colours vary and the image can look dull and gloomy, but it's watchable.

That's balanced excellent 3D - LG's passive 3D techn creates a great impression of depth, with minimal ghosting around people or objects. The glasses are light and fit well. Add the excellent, wide viewing angles, and this is a great TV for watching movies in any living room.



What about the sound?
The sound still isn't perfect. Some distortion still creeps in on female speech and some kinds of music, and the treble can sound a bit too bright. Bass doesn't sound as tight as it should. Yet there's good detail and clarity elsewhere, and enough energy to bring blockbusters to life. We've heard better TVs, but it's a damn sight better than it was before LG fixed the problems from our original test.



Is there anything I should look out for?
LG's Smart TV line-up keeps getting stronger, and with services like BBC iPlayer, YouTube, LoveFilm, Netflix, BlinkBox and Twitter onboard, amongst others, it's not hard to get TV programmes, chatter and movies streaming to your TV. But the basic interface is still cluttered and navigating the web browser with the remote control is painfully slow. LG should really provide a quick-start guide for novice users.

Indeed, LG could make things easier in lots of ways. While features like a step-by-step Picture Wizard and a good EPG make it easier to get the best from this TV, there are some problems with the layout of the remote control, and the instructions - both printed and onscreen - miss out on some key details. Some unfamiliar jargon also makes it hard to retune the set if you need to.

Is there anything else I should know?
The LG has four HDMI inputs and three USB ports, and if you plug an external hard disk into one of the latter, it works as a basic PVR. You can book recordings from the EPG or even pause and rewind live TV, and our only complaint is that finding and playing old recordings is longwinded.

For easier web browsing, the LG supports an optional Magic Remote Control, which is a motion-sensitive controller that works a bit like the old Wii remote. It also works with LG's Dual Play glasses, allowing two players to play some console games against each other with two views coming from just one screen. Finally, power consumption is impressively low for a screen this big. It's cheaper than some 32-inch sets to run.

Should I buy it?
Now that LG has sorted out the sound it's an excellent buy, with good HD pictures, decent 3D and a host of useful features.

Pros: Good 2D and HD pictures, bundled glasses, respectable sound, strong Smart TV line-up

Cons: TV and Smart 3D features should be easier to use, slow browsing, longwinded PVR controls

i got this and tv got them to price match at £499 when it was £579 in john lewis but i paid £549 two weeks later and got reimbursed £79.99 and another £40 because there where no glasses in the box so all in all £430 oh yeah i got 4 pairs of lg glasses on ebay for £6.50 and a free set of john lewis and the five year guarantee what a tv it is for the price i got it and 8 pairs of glasses £436.50 .good tv for the money

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i got this and tv got them to price match at £499 when it was £579 in j … i got this and tv got them to price match at £499 when it was £579 in john lewis but i paid £549 two weeks later and got reimbursed £79.99 and another £40 because there where no glasses in the box so all in all £430 oh yeah i got 4 pairs of lg glasses on ebay for £6.50 and a free set of john lewis and the five year guarantee what a tv it is for the price i got it and 8 pairs of glasses £436.50 .good tv for the money



Come up for air mate. It's better for everyone.

I bought the 760 model from 123av. Their service and delivery time is fantastic, got the tv next day! But unfortunately there was a black mark on the screen so sent it back. Money was back in my PayPal in a day. Put me off buying refurbished tv's tho. Ended up buying this model from electrocentre for £479 brand new. Should arrive today it's worth paying a lil extra for brand new I think
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