LG 55LE5900 - 55" LED Edgelit TV 1080p HD Ready Freeview HD - £1299.95 *Instore* @ Richer Sounds
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LG 55LE5900 - 55" LED Edgelit TV 1080p HD Ready Freeview HD - £1299.95 *Instore* @ Richer Sounds

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Found 18th Mar 2011
he LG 55le5900 brings together a big LED screen with a high spec at a fantastic value price!

At the heart of the LG 55LE5900 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 5,000,000:1 and you'll see what we mean. The result is images that, when combined with 1080 Full HD definition, are so realistic you feel like you could reach into the picture. 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 55LE5900 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. Watching on a 55 inch screen makes it all the better!

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 55LE5900 sounds crisp and precise. Furthermore, the 10w + 10w power output gives it enough drive to fill larger rooms, too.

With a Freeview HD tuner on board, you can make the most of the LG's HD screen. Fast spreading around the country, Freeview HD gives you access to the main TV stations in glorious High Definition. In terms of connections, the 55LE5900 has everything you'd expect plus more besides. Perhaps best of all is NetCast. NetCast brings the best of the Internet, via apps, directly to your TV. Simply connect the 55LE5900 to your home network via the Ethernet cable or use an optional wireless dongle and you'll have access to sites such as YouTube without the need to turn on your computer. 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 55LE5900 boasts USB connections. These let you watch digital media from your camera or phone and are even compatible with DivX HD.

In addition to its life-like picture, the 55LE5900's LED technology allows for a super-slim casing. At just 29.3mm it's around a third the thickness of conventional LCD TV or plasma 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 TV that packs in all the best features, like LED backlighting and Freeview HD, but that doesn't charge a fortune for the privilege, the LG 55LE5900 gives you more for less.

9 Comments

Original Poster

edgelit before anyone starts moaning
http://www.thebigtvshop.co.uk/ProductImages/55LE5900_1.png

Edited by: "montana78" 18th Mar 2011

Original Poster

cheapest price I've seen so please put reason for voting cold

mod

Bit out of my price range but looks a good price for what it is. Heat added and thanks for posting montana78

Heat added from me!

May be making a dick of myself & showing I know sod all here, but I thought only Full HD was 1080p, not HD Ready?

Yes, full HD is 1080p HD Ready is only 720p.

This is accroding to HD Ready website:
HD ready logo for devices that are not 1080p

Banned

Most devices say HD READY even when they are full hd 1080p.....

This is full hd 1080p.

Original Poster

wanderer89

May be making a dick of myself & showing I know sod all here, but I … May be making a dick of myself & showing I know sod all here, but I thought only Full HD was 1080p, not HD Ready?



Hi mate. You're not making a dick of yourself. Its a good question.full HD means it supports all the HD formats available so far. 720p, 1080i & 1080p. hope this helps

this guys made a dick of himself though. he's comparing full Hd with HD ready & TrueHD. Full Hd is for video resolution & True HD is for audio resolution
forum.videohelp.com/thr…80p

Edited by: "montana78" 18th Mar 2011

montana78

Hi mate. You're not making a dick of yourself. Its a good question.full … Hi mate. You're not making a dick of yourself. Its a good question.full HD means it supports all the HD formats available so far. 720p, 1080i & 1080p. hope this helpsthis guys made a dick of himself though. he's comparing full Hd with HD ready & TrueHD. Full Hd is for video resolution & True HD is for audio resolution[url=http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/299046-Full-HD-vs-True-HD-vs-HDReady-1080p]http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/299046-Full-HD-vs-True-HD-vs-HDReady-1080p[/url]



Ahh, thanks for setting me right at least I know for in future now :P
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