LG 39LN575V 39-inch Widescreen 1080p Full HD Smart LED TV with Built-In Wi-Fi/Freeview HD (New for 2013)

August 5, 2013 - Comment

The LG LN575V SmartTV combines fantastic picture quality with Smart TV functions to create the ideal TV set for any Living Room. Its Full HD display with LED backlighting brings all of your favourite programs to life in flawless quality, creating bright, vibrant colours and contrast while also being much more energy efficient. An integrated

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The LG LN575V SmartTV combines fantastic picture quality with Smart TV functions to create the ideal TV set for any Living Room. Its Full HD display with LED backlighting brings all of your favourite programs to life in flawless quality, creating bright, vibrant colours and contrast while also being much more energy efficient. An integrated Freeview HD tuner gives you access to a host of HD channels subscription free, allowing you to enjoy some of your favourite programmes in stunning HD quality without ever paying a penny. Built-in Wi-Fi gives quick and easy access to LG’s comprehensive Smart TV Platform; this service allows you to catch up with your favourite on demand services quickly and easily or even enjoy the best of the web thanks to an integrated web browser. All this is contained within a stylish super slim frame which provides near edge-to-edge viewing, making a stylish centre piece for any home.

Product Features

  • 1920 x 1080
  • Built-In Wi-Fi
  • 39″ LED Smart TV
  • Freeview HD

Comments

Martin Priestley "mjpriest" says:

LG 42LN575V 42″ Smart LED TV We’re delighted with this TV. The picture quality is excellent, especially when playing Blu Ray discs. The Freeview HD channels are also very good, particularly when watching sport. The sound is a little tinny (as is fairly common with thinner LED TV’s), so we have ours connected to a separate surround sound system. Connecting the TV to our wifi router was as simple as entering the password. The connection is good, with iplayer programmes in HD being especially impressive. We’ve experienced no problems with skipping or stuttering at all. Browsing the internet is not very slick using the remote control (but again this is par for the course with smart TV’s…) The LG magic remote would no doubt remedy this, though it is sold separately and isn’t cheap. Overall we’re really pleased with our purchase, it fulfilled all our requirements of being LED, full 1080 resolution, Freeview HD, and smart capabilities. At 42″ the TV is a really good size for watching movies, the connectivity is really…

av_bob says:

Avoid, audio problems LG can’t fix I’ve scored this TV really low because it had so much promise and yet fails at every hurdle.The picture quality is great — stunning in fact. The sound quality is OK for a TV though a little tinny.The smart features are where it lets itself down. I have the following problems with this TV and LG are unable to diagnose or resolve them:* Audio on Freeview will skip back about 10 seconds and replay what it’s already played, leaving the audio out-of-sync with the video (which continues just fine)* Audio on other media cuts out, randomly. You have to restart what you’re watching to get the sound back. Sometimes this happens after a few minutes sometimes after a few seconds. This happens on: – iPlayer app – youTube app – home media server – USB device plugged into the TVThe screen on this TV is great, but that’s no use when the audio has such massive problems.

Dave says:

LG 50LN575V – Great picture, tinny sound! Just wanted to add a review of the LG 50LN575V. There are reviews here for different screen sizes of the same model, but I went for the 50″ version.This TV looks really nice and modern with a narrow frame and is very light (approx. 15kg) compared to my old LCD TV. I wasn’t interested in 3D, but did want a smart TV and this one has built in Wifi and was very quick and easy to connect to our home network. The LG apps look to be pretty limited and from what I can see the only catch up TV offered is BBCiplayer, which is disappointing, but perhaps others will come later. Some other apps like Blinkbox and Youtube are available, along with a web browser. The standard remote is adequate, but doesn’t really cut it for navigating the smart/web features. The magic remote isn’t included with this TV and is quite expensive, but I did find an Android app for my phone which is quite useful and certainly makes it easier to move the cursor around!Probably the most…

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