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LG 47LX9900 47-inch Widescreen Full LED 3D Infinia Internet TV with Freeview HD ,Now Only £999.95 @ richersounds
LG 47LX9900 47-inch Widescreen Full LED 3D Infinia Internet TV with Freeview HD ,Now Only £999.95 @ richersounds

LG 47LX9900 47-inch Widescreen Full LED 3D Infinia Internet TV with Freeview HD ,Now Only £999.95 @ richersounds

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116 Comments

Original Poster

Fantastic TV

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51ipLqtM30L.jpg


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Edited by: "solonely" 19th May 2011

That looks awesome

very good price..heat added..infinia range's borderless design is exellent

I want it!

also includes 2 free sets of 3d glasses according to the richersounds weekly email.

Banned

you can buy the sony 46nx713 3D LED for £100 LESS than this and it is a superior tv

sorry, for that reaseon but I will have to vote this cold

horacevankhute

you can buy the sony 46nx713 3D LED for £100 LESS than this and it is a … you can buy the sony 46nx713 3D LED for £100 LESS than this and it is a superior tvsorry, for that reaseon but I will have to vote this cold



Yeah but it's a smaller TV, it's only edge LED as opposed to full LED, you won't get any 3d glasses with it, and the £899 price appears to be after trading in an old TV, so not a valid comparison

Edited by: "Krosus" 19th May 2011

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Krosus

Yeah but you won't get any 3d glasses with it, so not a valid comparison




its a better brand and everyone knows that bravia is the best

horacevankhute

its a better brand and everyone knows that bravia is the best



I'm part of everyone and I didn't know that.

for £300 cheaper you could get this http//ww…900 you only get one pair of glasses but whats the difference between the 2 sets for the £300 price gap?

NOT a valid comparison as 2 3d glasses on the bravia would set you back another £200 plus smaller tv.. Sony is also 100mhz..LG is 200mhz

nevermind horace he's just a brand snob and just trolls this site to purposely annoy people

is this the old series ... just boought the samsung d6510 46 led for £865 ... dont know which is best tbh

kylewalker

for £300 cheaper you could get this … for £300 cheaper you could get this http://www.richersounds.com/product/3d-tv/lg/47lx6900/lg-47lx6900 you only get one pair of glasses but whats the difference between the 2 sets for the £300 price gap?



The borderless design probably pushes the price up. I assume it has to use stiffer chassis castings to accommodate the much thinner bezel. Also it appears that the cheaper one is edge LED as opposed to full LED.

Really does look like a nice TV but would like to see one going before commiting to it.

Banned

the Sony also has the amazing Monolithic Design that will blow you away.

I know what I am taking about i researched all the TVs before I bought the 46nx713

horacevankhute

I know what I am taking about



Obviously, just look at the quality of your deals...

-406° HP 110-3604S Laptop - was £1,099.99 now £313.49 (with code) @ Comet
-207° Germ Free Adolescents: X Ray Spex (CD) - £8.83 @ Amazon
-150° Sony 46NX713 LED 3D TV - £899 (when trading in) @ RGB Direct
-292° Sony Cybershot TX5B Digital Camera - 91% off - £249.99 @ House of Fraser

at this price it cant be "Full LED", as these cost thousands

Original Poster

horacevankhute

the Sony also has the amazing Monolithic Design that will blow you away.I … the Sony also has the amazing Monolithic Design that will blow you away.I know what I am taking about i researched all the TVs before I bought the 46nx713



Perhaps you should try researching your own deals you`ve posted a lot more, before slagging other members deals.
As you`ve posted only 4 deals to date with average temperature of minus -251 degrees ! (_;).
Another troll cold voter ?

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Edited by: "solonely" 19th May 2011

Krosus

The borderless design probably pushes the price up. I assume it has to … The borderless design probably pushes the price up. I assume it has to use stiffer chassis castings to accommodate the much thinner bezel. Also it appears that the cheaper one is edge LED as opposed to full LED. Really does look like a nice TV but would like to see one going before commiting to it.


according to richersounds both sets have LED backlighting. so are these basically the same sets but with a £300 price gap. e 47lx9900 does look better but if they are practically the same surely you would go with the £300 cheaper 47lx6900

As Full LED I presume you mean backlit LED? Not one is superior to the other. Samsung for one believes that edge LED is better than backlighting and are focusing there efforts there. There is no superior advantage over either unlike standard def and Full HD. Except that edge LED TV's tend to be thinner.

As previously mentioned, this is a full-array backlit LED TV. I had the 2D version of this set (LE8900), which I sold after a month and bought a Panasonic plasma instead. It does look lovely, has jaw-dropping STATIC image quality, and is very thin and solidly built. However, I just couldn't put up with the terrible backlight banding whenever there was a panning shot, plus the speakers are awful, and the screen coating is like a mirror, so forget watching it in a room during the day with any sunlight falling on the TV! oO

Oh, and the on-board iPlayer is also very nice - although prone to freezing occassionaly.
Edited by: "masterofimages" 19th May 2011

kylewalker

according to richersounds both sets have LED backlighting. so are these … according to richersounds both sets have LED backlighting. so are these basically the same sets but with a £300 price gap. e 47lx9900 does look better but if they are practically the same surely you would go with the £300 cheaper 47lx6900



Both LED Kyle but the method used is different.

I think the cheaper one uses edge LED which is a row if LED's along the outer edges of the screen projecting light towards the center. There is optical channelling to ensure the light is spread evenly so that it doesn't look bright around the edges.

The full LED method has an array of leds covering the entire rear of the screen. The array only lights the area in front of it.This allows a technique called local dimming to be used which increase the contrast ratio. The simplest way to visualise how this works is to imagine a black and white picture being displayed on LED array. In black areas the LED is switched off giving a very deep black and in white areas the LED is on. Couple this with the LCD in front and you get a screen which can display a much greater contrast ratio. It is on a par with a plasma for contrast without the associated power and heat.

As alanino64 states above this is an expensive but effective method. If the original price quoted is true then it is indeed a full LED array and, if correctly set up, should be a very good TV.

I just wish it had an amazing Monolithic Design (whatever that is)

Krosus

Both LED Kyle but the method used is different.I think the cheaper one … Both LED Kyle but the method used is different.I think the cheaper one uses edge LED which is a row if LED's along the outer edges of the screen projecting light towards the center. There is optical channelling to ensure the light is spread evenly so that it doesn't look bright around the edges. The full LED method has an array of leds covering the entire rear of the screen. The array only lights the area in front of it.This allows a technique called local dimming to be used which increase the contrast ratio. The simplest way to visualise how this works is to imagine a black and white picture being displayed on LED array. In black areas the LED is switched off giving a very deep black and in white areas the LED is on. Couple this with the LCD in front and you get a screen which can display a much greater contrast ratio. It is on a par with a plasma for contrast without the associated power and heat.As alanino64 states above this is an expensive but effective method. If the original price quoted is true then it is indeed a full LED array and, if correctly set up, should be a very good TV.I just wish it had an amazing Monolithic Design (whatever that is)


As i said the Richersounds states they are both back lit not edge lit and have the same if not very similar features Freeview Hd etc so why is this £300 more if it was your money and you had to buy one surely you would save £300 and get yourself the 47LX6900. Surely someone can explain the differences between these 2 sets ( apart from the styling) as from where i'm standing the 47lx6900 seems the better choice.

horacevankhute

its a better brand and everyone knows that bravia is the best



that'll be why Sony have just gone to LG and asked them to provide passive 3D panels for their upcoming range....can sony do anything for themselves?
brand snob, plus the tv you bought you gotta buy a transmitter for it cos its 3D ready, plus glasses.
Edited by: "slackrat77" 19th May 2011

The cheaper one is edge LED (Richers doesn't say this but if it was full LED they _would_ say so)

The dearer one is full LED

how does this compare with the new passive sets that have appeared on the site?

horacevankhute

the Sony also has the amazing Monolithic Design that will blow you away



A TV that blows me....now that's what I call an innovative feature!

Is this a Passive or Active 3D screen?

Krosus

The cheaper one is edge LED (Richers doesn't say this but if it was full … The cheaper one is edge LED (Richers doesn't say this but if it was full LED they _would_ say so)The dearer one is full LED


where does it say the 47LX9900 is full LED ?
on the 47LX6900 page richersounds.com/pro…900 under the specifcations tab it says LED backlighting and a green tick stating it does. not edge lit
Edited by: "kylewalker" 19th May 2011

Still a lot of doller for a tv but i must admit it does look the dogs........Hot for me

Hi i had the lx6900 version, bad spotlight effect in each corner, and cintrast was naff and blacks wasnt black. Thumbs down

I have this TV and it picture quality is simply amazing. Hot for me

kylewalker

where does it say the 47LX9900 is full LED ?on the 47LX6900 page … where does it say the 47LX9900 is full LED ?on the 47LX6900 page http://www.richersounds.com/product/3d-tv/lg/47lx6900/lg-47lx6900 under the specifcations tab it says LED backlighting and a green tick stating it does. not edge lit



The Richer product details for the 9900 read "this LG Full LED 3DTV "

For the 6900 it reads "this LG LED 3DTV "

And as conformation this is from a cnet review of the set

"The 47LX6900 may lack the 'single sheet of glass' design of LG's higher-end Infinia sets, but it's still a great-looking TV. LG has decked it out with a transparent trim that blends in seamlessly with the rest of the glossy black bezel. As it uses LED edge lights, the TV is supremely slim too, measuring a mere 30mm thick. Even the stand looks classy.

Read more: reviews.cnet.co.uk/tvs…07/

Krosus

Obviously, just look at the quality of your deals...-406° HP 110-3604S … Obviously, just look at the quality of your deals...-406° HP 110-3604S Laptop - was £1,099.99 now £313.49 (with code) @ Comet-207° Germ Free Adolescents: X Ray Spex (CD) - £8.83 @ Amazon-150° Sony 46NX713 LED 3D TV - £899 (when trading in) @ RGB Direct-292° Sony Cybershot TX5B Digital Camera - 91% off - £249.99 @ House of Fraser



Sit.

The TV design looks awesome, but it's an LG..

stezo2k

The TV design looks awesome, but it's an LG..



The best 3d tv I've seen was an lg - 42LW550T

Can't understand why people are so against LG. Like a child wanting nothing else but Nike trainers

Judge a TV by its quality and design, not by it's badge.
Edited by: "crazymacaque" 19th May 2011

Banned

This is not the easiest thing in the world to do guys but can EVERYONE just ignore horacewankhute as he is just a troll and thrives on replies......let him suck himself rather than others....pleeeease.....DO NOT REPLY TO HORACEWANKHUTE

Krosus

The Richer product details for the 9900 read "this LG Full LED 3DTV " For … The Richer product details for the 9900 read "this LG Full LED 3DTV " For the 6900 it reads "this LG LED 3DTV " And as conformation this is from a cnet review of the set"The 47LX6900 may lack the 'single sheet of glass' design of LG's higher-end Infinia sets, but it's still a great-looking TV. LG has decked it out with a transparent trim that blends in seamlessly with the rest of the glossy black bezel. As it uses LED edge lights, the TV is supremely slim too, measuring a mere 30mm thick. Even the stand looks classy.Read more: http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/tvs/lg-lx6900-47lx6900-review-50002407/#ixzz1Mo0e6ryy


ok i concede but still the £300 price gap seems alot of money. i'l admit this set looks the dogs b0llocks but that price gap is quite considerably large.

Once a sony fanboy always a sony fanboy, same with apple. Ask any iphone4 user which phone is better even when you pit it against the new s2 and even when it is blatantly obvious it will still be iphone.

konimitsu

This is not the easiest thing in the world to do guys but can EVERYONE … This is not the easiest thing in the world to do guys but can EVERYONE just ignore horacewankhute as he is just a troll and thrives on replies......let him suck himself rather than others....pleeeease.....DO NOT REPLY TO HORACEWANKHUTE


good one on the use of W instead of V in his user name. just about sums him up. trolls will be trolls
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