Summary: Love this tv. Have 3 of this model in various sizes us a 4 (slightly higher) model. Has more than enough HDMI and scary sockets and one usb which although it states service only can be u locked to allow hard drive/flash drive connection.
Excerpt: WOW I paid just over £300 for this TV as it was in the Argos ex display sale. People - you must ask instore for when the next one is if you want a great deal on ex display tvs. They happen every quarter year apparently.
Excerpt: First the tech spec for the TV: - HD Ready 1080p (1920 x 1080) Resolution - Dynamic Contrast Ratio of 80,000:1 and Brightness of 500cd/m2 - Clear Voice technology and Invisible Speakers tuned by Mr.
Overall a stylish looking LCD Tv that has several conection ports, offers a great picture quality an
16 June 2010
Excerpt: First of all let me come to the facts, this is an excellent TV for it's price range and even better than others more expensive in some cases. It has a sharp picture with many options including energy save and about 4 screen settings to add into the mix.
Summary: All round, a good television. This is my second LG, back to back, and I must say I did prefer the old picture quality, especially before all the energy saving gizmos came in and flooded the market and menus.
The LG 42LH3000 is one of the best value for money televisions.
14 April 2010
Excerpt: I didn't have amazing expectations when ordering this product online, having never seen it before in my life. All I knew is that I needed a preferably HD ready, large, flat screen on a budget. When it arrived I managed to set it up and have it working within ten minutes.
Pros: Amazing picture quality, low price, good sound quality
Summary: Certainly can't complain at the price - good connectivity, good picture quality, everything seems to work as you'd expect. Suffers from a bit of motion blur and lack of contrast, but no worse than any other lower-end panel.