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LG 47LE5300 47" LED 100hz, 699.00GBP + 25GBP delivery @ RicherSounds
LG 47LE5300 47" LED 100hz, 699.00GBP + 25GBP delivery @ RicherSounds

LG 47LE5300 47" LED 100hz, 699.00GBP + 25GBP delivery @ RicherSounds

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At the heart of the LG 47LE5300 is a stunning LED screen. Backlit LED TVs produce a shaper, more detailed picture with greatly enhanced contrast. Take a look at the plasma-equalling contrast ratio of 3, 000,000:1 and you'll see what we mean. The result is images that, when combined with 1080p Full HD definition, are richly detailed and incredibly life-like. In addition, this LG LED TV comes with 100HzTruMotion. 100Hz TruMotion increases the frame count and, as a result, gives much smoother motion flow. Ideal for sport and action film, you'll notice less blur and enhanced detail with fast moving images. This edge LED lit TV from LG doesn't stop there, either. With a response time of just 2.4 m/s the 47LE5300 is one of the fastest to respond in its class. This makes it more responsive when gaming and also helps reduce motion blur - especially when used alongside the 100Hz TruMotion technology.

As usual, we would always recommend using a separate home cinema system with a TV of this size but if you do use the LG's built-in sound system you might be pleasantly surprised. Using an invisible speaker system with Clear Voice II and LG's Infinite Sound, the 47LE5300 sounds crisp and precise. Furthermore, the 10w + 10w power output gives it enough drive to fill larger rooms, too.

In terms of connections, the 47LE5300 has everything you'd expect from a quality 47 inch LED TV. Four HDMI sockets allow for the connection of 4 High Definition sources, such as an HD-TV box, PS3, HD camcorder and Blu-ray. In addition to all this, the 47LE5300 boasts a USB connection. This lets you watch digital media from your camera or phone and is even compatible with HD DivX.

As well as its life-like picture, the 47LE5300's LED technology allows for a super-slim casing. At just 29.3mm it's around a third the thickness of conventional LCD TVs, making it even more attractive whether switched on or off. Added to this, the slim frame and gloss black finish give the LG an air of sophistication that the brand has become renowned for.

For a stunning, big screen TV that brings together the considerable benefits of LED back-lighting and 100Hz technology, you need look no further!

6 Comments

if ur going to invest in an LED set try go full backlit as appose to edge lit, can be sum real issues with uneven backlighting otherwise

...Some may be ex-display or ex-repair, please phone to check stock if you are making a special journey...

Brother tried for one of these yesterday , only 5 left in country according to Liverpool shop all ex display...cold

This is edge lit, not back lit - see the LG website for accurate details.

joeprosho

if ur going to invest in an LED set try go full backlit as appose to edge … if ur going to invest in an LED set try go full backlit as appose to edge lit, can be sum real issues with uneven backlighting otherwise



Many edge-lit sets still provide a superior picture quality and colours and many do not suffer from terrible haloing from the LED edge lighting. Some do, but not all.

In ALL cases I would recommend that people take a look at sets in the flesh before deciding to buy to see if you can detect and issues. And read reviews online.

I do get what you're saying however there are massive differences in price between edge-lit and full backlit sets - and not everyone can simply whip up hundreds of additional £'s to stretch to that.

I'd be more inclined to vote this cold because they are potentially all ex-display rather than just because its an edge-lit screen.

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Magic01273

Many edge-lit sets still provide a superior picture quality and colours … Many edge-lit sets still provide a superior picture quality and colours and many do not suffer from terrible haloing from the LED edge lighting. Some do, but not all.In ALL cases I would recommend that people take a look at sets in the flesh before deciding to buy to see if you can detect and issues. And read reviews online. I do get what you're saying however there are massive differences in price between edge-lit and full backlit sets - and not everyone can simply whip up hundreds of additional £'s to stretch to that.I'd be more inclined to vote this cold because they are potentially all ex-display rather than just because its an edge-lit screen.



These particular edge lit displays are very well rated, the 42" version got the best value LCD award. I didnt realise Richersounds were doing ex disps, thnx for that info... wondered why they were so cheap...
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