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LG 47LE8900 47 Inch 1080p LED Array TV IPS THX FreeviewHD 200Hz £1217 @ BHS Direct
LG 47LE8900 47 Inch 1080p LED Array TV IPS THX FreeviewHD 200Hz £1217 @ BHS Direct

LG 47LE8900 47 Inch 1080p LED Array TV IPS THX FreeviewHD 200Hz £1217 @ BHS Direct

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Excellent TV, highly rated and recommened by AVForums, What Hi Fi, What, Home Cinema and others.

High end LED TV, features IPS panel for great colours/viewing angles as well as full LED array - in oppose to bleeding LED edge backlight.

£1217 delivered with possible ~£20 Quidco to bring the price under £1200!

£1699 @ Currys/PcWorld

Also available with 5 years warranty (4 years extension) for just £90 more.

Review:
avforums.com/rev…tml

Key Features:
Infinia Full HD LED LCD TV
Freeview HD Built-in
TruMotion 200Hz
NetCast Internet Access
THX Mode
ISF Certification
4 HDMI Inputs
9,000,000:1 Contrast Ratio
USB 2.0
DNLA Compliant
DivX HD

11 Comments

Ok guys BEFORE you give a negative to this can you at least state WHY, if its a case of your not interested in the item or the price then simply DON'T GIVE FEEDBACK, if its a case of you can get it cheaper elsewhere or something similar spec for a lot less POST WHERE

This website (last time I checked) was HotUKDeals not 'I dont like that' or 'too expensive and as its not for me NEG Feedback FTW'

Come on guys play ball

This is a very, very good tv at a tempting price. I can only assume the cold voters are measuring the size against the price, which is a schoolboy error.

The AVForums review says it all.

Currys - 1700 - currys.co.uk/gbu…tml
Electro Centre - 1275 - electrocentreltd.com/vie…237 - (never head of them personally)
Pixmania - 1669 - pixmania.co.uk/uk/…867


From what I can see op that's a good chunk cheaper than most infact if you ignore the Electro Centre price (unknown company) you would be saving hundreds... voted hot, thanks op, little out of my price range but good find
Edited by: "Klansimpson" 7th Oct 2010

Reviews

Av Forums - avforums.com/rev…tml
Reviews.Cnet - reviews.cnet.co.uk/tvs…62/
What Hifi - whathifi.com/rev…00/

Sadly doesn't look like Which have reviewed this, but as Sulphur Man mentioned check out the AV Forums review, EXCEEDINGLY HIGH Quality Tv, and very reasonable price for what your getting (most places are reviewing it at 1700 so 1200ish is a bargain)

Original Poster

Sulphur Man

This is a very, very good tv at a tempting price. I can only assume the … This is a very, very good tv at a tempting price. I can only assume the cold voters are measuring the size against the price, which is a schoolboy error. The AVForums review says it all.



Klansimpson

From what I can see op that's a good chunk cheaper than most infact if … From what I can see op that's a good chunk cheaper than most infact if you ignore the Electro Centre price (unknown company) you would be saving hundreds... voted hot, thanks op, little out of my price range but good find



Thanks guys, I also don't get the cold votes in this one.

I've spent a lot time looking (online/shops) for a TV and this one caught my attention with superb picture but @ £1699 was out of my price range - so was really happy to find it for this price.

This is much better then Samsung LED 8000 series for a lot less without the edge backlight bleeding/clouding issues.

Sulphur Man

This is a very, very good tv at a tempting price. I can only assume the … This is a very, very good tv at a tempting price. I can only assume the cold voters are measuring the size against the price, which is a schoolboy error. The AVForums review says it all.

Klansimpson

From what I can see op that's a good chunk cheaper than most infact if … From what I can see op that's a good chunk cheaper than most infact if you ignore the Electro Centre price (unknown company) you would be saving hundreds... voted hot, thanks op, little out of my price range but good find



Don't sweat it. Alot of people whizz by, see a TV for £1000+ and vote cold on it without any idea of what they are actually looking at.

Looks like a good TV and a good deal - heat added

Sooooooooooo tempted to get this.

Original Poster

Before I got this - week ago - I've had Sony's 46EX703 for a couple days (decided to return it due the cracking plastic noises) - although the edge LED backlight was better than Samsung's it was still noticeable and the blacks were poor so really happy to jump on this one.
Not to mention excellent out of the box calibration.

Anyone looking for a great LED TV - go to the Currys/PCWorld you'll see why it scores that high.

[EDIT] If that helps anyone - why I went for LED:
Ruled out plasma's due to the buzzing noise / heat / power and image retention.
Ruled out LCD's due to the worse blacks and heat / power / thickness. Only decent ones (like Panasonic) were only 42 inch.
Ruled out 3D LED's due to visible ghosting/crostalk. Being Nvidia's 3DVision user I was surprised how poor 3D on TV was.

So ended with a range of LED TVs and having spent hours in the shops testing wife's patience this one proved to be the winner
Edited by: "luke997" 7th Oct 2010

Voted hot as its the best price around at the moment and its a nice tv,anyone willing to wait a few weeks or so though then do as everywhere will be dropping their prices to roughly around this price and maybe 1 or 2 will be slightly cheaper.

Voted hot, stunning picture quality and a nice price drop!
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