Summary: Great size immense viewing for bluray, I use it as a monitor as well with hdmi, it's a fairly decent picture but tends to be a bit dark even using vivid brighter setting. Not much to complain about though, the real big issue though is there is no headphone jack/audio out which should be with all...
Summary: LG TV technology is widely known. That's why we went for it. At £300 budget, there were few other 40-42 inch LCD TV options like Samsung, Hitachi, Panasonic and Toshiba. Samsung and Panasonic were HD ready. Hitachi and Toshiba were full HD but couldn't get away with the reputation of LG.
Summary: I bought this TV for my back room which is the hub of the house for TV and technology. It replaced a 32" LG bought last year and found to be too small. The surround is nice and like water silk, rather than a cheap looking black polish. It is the perfect size but I find the picture not as sharp.
Summary: Have had LG TV before and liked the qaulity. After a lot of searching went for this one at a very good price for what you get.(£289). One thing that is abit annoying is that it doesnt auto switch aspect ratio to best viewing. Easy to set up and decient picture and sound.
Summary: A great TV for the money. Had no problem with picture or sound for my general use as the main tv. Main is is no on/off button so you have to switch it off at the socket so think about this when you plug it in and maybe have to switch off at night or away from home
Summary: This is a very good tv for the price. I have a 3 year old 46" Samsung series 6 in my lounge. Compared to that the picture isn't as sharp and fast moving images blur a little on the lg. but it is a third of the price of the Samsung. In my bedroom with its own sky had box it does what I want it to do.
Excerpt: Der LG 42CS460 von LG ist ein Flachbild-Fernseher von angenehmer Größe. Mit seiner Bild-Diagonale von knapp 42 Zoll (umgerechnet 107 Zentimeter) reiht sich das Gerät in die Mittelklasse-Sektion ein. Von den aufgeführten Maßangaben darf man sich allerdings nicht in die Irre führen lassen.