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47 LA 860 W
LG 47LA860W

LCD; Full HD; 47"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Media player, 3D Conversion, NFC, Miracast, Internet TV, …

Considering the 47LA860W is a flagship TV, Expert Reviews were pleasantly surprised by its competitive price. Its feature list includes everything and the kitchen sink, and image quality is as good …

2 reviews


50 PA 650 T
LG 50PA650T

Plasma; Full HD; 50"; 3D-ready, 24p; 600Hz

It has no 3D support or Smart features to speak of, it's chunky and it's somewhat lacking in brightness, but if you're on a strict budget and want a big TV for watching movies in a …

1 review | 49 opinions (Excellent)


LG 50PM670T
LG 50PM670T

Plasma; Full HD; 50"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, PVR, 24p, Media player, Gesture controlled, …

While the 50PM670T's contrast figures are perfectly acceptable, they compare badly to the competition and S21 were disappointed by its black levels. It also lacks wi-fi, Freesat and picture

2 reviews


More information at: TechRadar UK, 9/2012 LG 50PM670T LG seems to be on a LED roll lately, so much that you'd be forgiven for thinking the company has all but forgotten about its plasma sets. But fear not: the 50PM670T is here to fix that. … to review

32 LN 575 V
LG 32LN575V

LCD; Full HD; 32"; 3D-ready, Wi-Fi Direct, Voice controlled, 3D Conversion, Internet TV, …

"FOR: Great selection of apps; good streaming connectivity; clean, detailed picture. AGAINST: Picture isn't as subtle as the best; blacks could be deeper; interface not the slickest."

1 review | 247 opinions (Excellent)


65 LA 9700
LG 65LA9700

LCD; Ultra HD; 65"; 3D-ready, LED Backlight, NFC, Media Streaming, MHL support, 4K upscaling, …

Although the prices of 4K TVs have gone down quickly, the 65LA9700 is still very expensive compared to most full HD sets. However, IT Reviews reckon the expense is well worth it thanks to its …

1 review


60 LA 8600
LG 60LA8600

LCD; Full HD; 60"; 3D-ready, Web browser, Smartphone controlled, Wi-Fi Direct, Integrated …

In IT Reviews' opinion, some of the features that the LA8600 series includes aren't particularly useful and only drive the price up, but otherwise it's a gorgeous-looking TV with sharp

1 review


More information at: IT Reviews, 7/2013 LG 60LA8600 LG's LA8600 series certainly makes a visual statement with its stunning design, which is as luxurious as its price tag. But when push comes to shove, can it deliver? … to review

LG 60PM670T
LG 60PM670T

Plasma; Full HD; 60"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Web browser, Wi-Fi Direct, Audio return channel, …

The 60PM670T has strong points going for it, but image quality isn't quite one of them. Its 60-inch display is certainly impressive and its connectivity and Smart TV features are good, but

1 review | 38 opinions (Above average)


More information at: S21, 12/2012 LG 60PM670T If the 50PM670T already impressed with its 50 inches, the 60-inch 60PM670T is a veritable behemoth which you'll need a huge room to make the most of. … to review

32 LS 5600
LG 32LS5600

LCD; Full HD; 32"

"FOR: Good Freeview tuner; USB input; DLNA connectivity; decent sound; good pictures. AGAINST: No Freeview HD or smart TV apps; black levels not faultless, patchy backlight."

1 review | 174 opinions (Excellent)


LG 50PA6500

Plasma; Full HD; 50"; 24p

"FOR: Decent detail; convincing flesh tones; good HD tuner; nice design. AGAINST: Washed-out blacks and whites; gradients need more subtlety."

1 review


More information at: What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision, issue 1/2013 A tenner an inch?! TVs have never been more advanced. Top-of-the-range sets are bristling with connectivity options and bulging with smart tech. They sport HD cameras, built-in wi-fi, voice and gesture control interfaces and more. ... But what if you don't want that? ... And you don't want to pay the astronomical sums that many big TVs command? In test: Three TVs were reviewed and rated. Final verdicts of 1 x "stunning all-rounder", 1 x "well worth considering" and 1 x "decent" were awarded. … to review

LG 32LM620T

LCD; Full HD; 32"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, 24p, Wi-Fi Direct, Voice controlled, Gesture controlled, …

"FOR: Neutral colour balance; good detail and contrast; nice interface; comes with glasses. AGAINST: Slight noise and motion instability; remote could be better designed."

1 review


47 LA 790
LG 47LA790

LCD; Full HD; 47"; 3D-ready, Miracast, Media Streaming, MHL support, 24p, Web browser, WiDi, …

The only problem Expert Reviews had with the 47LA790W was that the 47LA690W is practically as good and it costs a lot less, but otherwise, they said that it's an outstanding telly that delivers

2 reviews


More information at: Expert Reviews, 9/2013 LG 47LA790W The design of the 47LA790W is not quite as extravagant as other TVs in LG's 2013 range, but it still looks amazing. Will the good impressions last once it's turned on, however? … to review

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LG 55LA740V

LCD; Full HD; 55"; 3D-ready, Smartphone controlled, Wi-Fi Direct, Integrated camera, …

As far as features and gimmicks go, the 55LA740V is well stocked with everything users expect nowadays from a midrange telly, and its smart TV system is among the best on the market. Unfortunately, …

1 review


55 LA 860 W
LG 55LA860W

LCD; Full HD; 55"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, 3D Conversion, NFC, Miracast, Internet TV, MHL support, …

Reviewers at Home Cinema Choice weren't exactly blown away by LG's 55LA860W, saying that despite its beautiful looks and bright pictures, black levels are weak and local dimming is …

4 reviews


42 LA 690
LG 42LA690

LCD; Full HD; 42"; 3D-ready, MHL support, Web browser, WiDi, Smartphone controlled, Wi- …

In this price range, it's hard finding better picture quality or a more comprehensive set of features than the 42LA690V offers. Connectivity is excellent, LG's Smart TV portal is well

4 reviews


More information at: Home Cinema Choice, 8/2013 LG 42LA690V Budget TVs are getting better and better every day, and many of them have little to envy their more expensive siblings. LG's 42LA690V is a good example of this trend, coming in at less than £900 and boasting 3D support, Smart TV functionality and features such as MHL or Miracast. … to review

42 LA 740 V
LG 42LA740V

LCD; Full HD; 42"; 3D-ready, Miracast, 24p, MHL support, Web browser, WiDi, Smartphone …

"FOR: Comfortable, punchy 3D experience; lovely remote control; nice design. AGAINST: Overly eager, with not much subtlety; bold but unnatural colours."

2 reviews


More information at: S21, 5/2013 LG 42LA740V Last year's 42LM760T was a rousing success, so LG has wisely decided to keep everything that made it such a great TV when creating its successor, the 42LA740V. … to review

65 LA 970 W
LG 65LA970W

LCD; Ultra HD; 65"; 3D-ready, LED Backlight, WiDi, Media Streaming, Smartphone controlled, …

While reviewers at CNET certainly found a lot of things to like in LG's 65LA970W such as its motorised soundbars, gorgeous design and impressive 2D and 3D picture quality, its HDMI ports …

1 review


LG 47LA740

LCD; Full HD; 47"; 3D-ready, WiDi, Smartphone controlled, Wi-Fi Direct, Voice controlled, …

The stylish design of LG's 47LA740, together with its excellent colour rendition and bright pictures make it a great set for viewing in brightly-lit environments. In darkened rooms, however, its …

1 review


55 LA 790 W
LG 55LA790W

LCD; Full HD; 55"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Smartphone controlled, Audio return channel, …

Despite featuring local dimming in addition to its edge backlighting system, the 55LA790W's contrast performance is disappointing for a 2013 telly, and takes away most of its appeal. It's a …

1 review


LG 42PW450

Plasma; HD-Ready; 42"; 3D-ready; 100Hz

"FOR: Effective 3D and HD-ready TV at a bargain price; great ergonomics. AGAINST: Some motion issues; miserly resolution; grating sound."

2 reviews | 15 opinions (Excellent)


42 LM660 T
LG 42LM660T

LCD; Full HD; 42"; 3D-ready, HbbTV, Gesture controlled, Audio return channel, 3D Conversion, …

The only real flaw of the 42LTM660T is its confusing interface, but that aside, it's very good TV overall. It's easy to set up and picture quality is very good, while its smart features are

4 reviews | 59 opinions (Above average)


More information at: Computer act!ve, 12/2012 LG 42LM660T The 42LM660T is a thing of beauty, but looks shouldn't be the only criterion when considering the purchase of a TV, so Computer Act!ve put it through its paces to see if it delivers where it counts. … to review


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Product information and further reviews for LG Electronics Televisions

LG 84LM960V 4K TV Pocket-lint.co.uk 12/2012 - A revolution is coming, and its name is 4K. But is it too soon to start looking at compatible sets like this 84-inch monster from LG?

LG 84LM960V 4K TV T3 12/2012 - 4K is already being touted as the future of high-definition TV, even if there isn't any native content available yet. Why then would you want to go for a set like the 84LM960V now? T3 try to give an answer to that question.

Off into the Net digital home 3/2010 - Network access is becoming a standard feature of an increasing number of televisions. We put four brand new LED candidates with HDTV and internet access to the test. Review details: Four TVs were reviewed. Test criteria were image quality (sharpness, colour fidelity, contrast range ...), sound, features (hardware, software), processing and operation (installation, remote control, menu).

LG 55LM660T CNET.co.uk 6/2012 - The 55LM660T sports all the features you'd expect to see in a high-end TV, but just how good is it in real life use?

LG 42LM670T CNET.co.uk 5/2012 - LG's Cinema Screen design has made for some gorgeous-looking TVs, and the 42LM670T is no exception. But is beauty only skin deep, or will it impress on other counts too?

LG 47LW650T TrustedReviews 12/2011 - LG's first passive 3D set with FPR technology, the 55LW650T, was a bit of a disappointment, but the smaller size of the 47LW650T could help most of its flaws go unnoticed.

LG Infinia 50PZ950T PC Advisor 9/2011 - The 50PZ950T omits some features you'd expect to see in a TV in this price range, so what is there left to love?

LG 47LW650T Cinema 3D LED TV PC Advisor 7/2011 - The 47LW650T is one of the few passive 3D LED panels on the market, something that manufacturers claim offers a better experience and avoids the headaches that active 3D technology can cause.

LG 37LH7000 37in LCD TV TrustedReviews 5/2009 - Design styling seems to be getting toned down across the manufacturers after the vibrant flashes of colour from 2008. LG is no exception, the Scarlet of last year reduced to brushes of rouge in the new 37LH7000 37" LCD TV. Review details: Single Test. One LCD TV was reviewed and rated on design, features, image quality, sound quality and value.

The best flat TV £300 can buy What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision 4/2007 - Now you've got your main room sorted with a flatscreen TV, it's tie to turn your attention to a second-room set: we've six sub-£300 15in-19in LCD TVs to choose from. Review details: Six LCD TVs were reviewed and rated based on picture, sound and features. Scores ranged from 2 to 5 stars out of 5.

The 50in TV and recorder in one What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision 12/2007 - A 50in flatscreen for £1200 is pretty extraordinary, and when you factor in that this new LG also has twin-tuners and a 160GB hard disk for recording live TV, you could be forgiven for wondering, 'what's the catch?' We'll get to that later ...

LG can't match its specs appeal What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision 7/2007 - LG has been doggedly pursing flat TV domination for some years now, and with each year's new line-up, it appears to edge close to its goal. The company's new 42LY95 LCD set looks to be armed with every essential weapon in the modern technology arsenal, from Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution to powerful image processing and scaling.

LG 50PY2R CNET.co.uk 8/2006 - Forty-two inches used to be plasma's limit, but accelerating technology has seen screens grow in both size and stature -- LG has even introduced a 60-inch version of this model.

LG 37LB1DB 37in LCD TV TrustedReviews 11/2006 - When you see TVs like LG’s 37LB1DB, it really is no surprise that Korea has stolen Japan’s TV thunder (not to mention a hefty chunk of its market share). The 37LB1DB is, in a word, gorgeous. First, there’s the all-over high-gloss, jet-black finish. Then there’s the unusual chunky little base the TV perches on, which rotates smoothly on the flat foot beneath, despite its bulk. And last but not least, there’s the achingly cute way a little blue-on-black LED at the top of the base illuminates to show you which AV input you’re watching. The retro chic effect this little LED produces possibly owes some debt of gratitude to the design of LG’s KG810 mobile phones – and there’s certainly no harm in that.

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