I bought this tv on line after reading lots of reviews, An can say I'm over the moon with it, the picture is amazing, some reviews commented on the sound not being great but I think it's ok, but we have ours through the surround sound system which we have down with previous tv's and would not have it any other way, I find this tv very easy to use and I'm no expert!! I had no trouble with delivery it came the day I asked for, I was a bit concerned when I saw it was just one guy carrying it but it was fine and the guy was really polite, all in all I am very pleased with my 50" tv and wish I bought it a long time ago. Just like to add that my husband was worried about the size of this tv being to big but he admits it's a great size and you soon get used to it.
27 November 2013
above average SD picture,HD pictures lack the sharpness of LED.
Really its all about the price,a 50" tv for £500 and from a reputable manufacturer,the build quality given the budget is incredible with a nice shiney black wafer thin bezel that gives the LG a svelte look,and the rear does not suffer from plasma bulge making this tv ideal to wall hang.
The budget means only 2 hdmi inputs,no smart function but comes with a scart imput? go figure,as for the all important picture i found them fairly colorfull HD is good but i found SD pictures a revelation given the unforgiving screen size.black levels are fair but theirs a noticable amount of greying in darker scenes, the sound is crystal clear and never gets muddled the best iv'e heard on a flatscreen.Highly recommended.
08 November 2013
Plas Flat Screen TV
This is the first time we have had a plasma TV and just at the moment we are having trouble with pixles interfering with the picture. This seems to be when the weather is bad. Which at the moment seems to be every day. But when their is no problem the picture is marvellous.
07 November 2013
My previous TV was a Samsung Plasma. Not Full HD but better than HD Ready (oddly enough). One day, when watching it it blew up. I tried to get it fixed but that would have cost more than buying a new TV. So I researched LED (backlit and edge-lit), LCD, Plasma, projectors etc. I found that all LED TVs in my budget (approx £500) are prone to motion-blur as the refresh rate was inferior to Plasma's. I never wanted an LCD TV as I found them to demonstrate kess than perfect pictures. I didn't want a smart TV (this was surprisingly difficult as most TVs seem to be smart) but wanted Full HD. Decided that Plasma was what I wanted so looked for a basic TV (tried to find one without freeview but that was impossible). Found this one on Amazon. Full HD, switches on and doesn't blow up. Happy days. Buy it cos it works!
06 November 2013