Rated 5 out of 5 by 2
Rated 5 out of 5 by davadohall15 Superb Tv, Unbelievable picture, and Looks ace
I Looked long and hard before upgrading to the 42LH7000 but it was well worth it. The Picture is Astounding on it. Its ideal for hd nature programs etc as the Vibrant colours are down to an amazing 1,000,000:1 Contrast ratio plus a smooth 100hz picture alson ideal for sports. The Tv also supports 4 hdmi sockets and USB connectivity. The Sound is the only let down but i think most Flatscreens these days suffer the same aflliction due to the build as opposed to the 'Box' tvs of yesterday. Overall an excellent television and one that I highly recommend.
15 December 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by KimboR Excellent value
This is a very good TV for the price. It was a doddle to set up- just plug in, connect the aerial and switch on- the TV took care of the rest. The menu system is easy to navigate. I like how you can set it to energy-saving mode, although the maximum setting is a bit dark. The picture is generally really good. I'm lucky to live in an area with great reception so I was very impressed with the Freeview picture. Also impressed by the connectivity choices. I hooked up my laptop and with a bit of playing with resolution, it's excelllent. Watching a DVD was like watching Blu-Ray and I don't have an upscaling DVD player, so I can only assume it's the TV's great picture clarity. If you're looking for a TV with loads of features for a great price, go ahead and buy this. The AV geeks out there might be able to find fault, and I don't use it for gaming, but for Mr or Mrs Average, this TV more than fits the bill.
02 October 2009