LG 42LA620V 42-inch Widescreen 1080p Full HD Cinema 3D Smart LED TV with Freeview HD/Built-In Wi-Fi (New for 2013)

June 23, 2013 - Comment

The LG LA620 SmartTV combines a fantastic LED backlit display with an easy to use Smart platform to create an immersive viewing experience. A 1080p Full HD display combines with the LED backlight to create super sharp, lifelike images with realistic colour and contrast while its 100Hz motion refresh rate works to remove motion blur

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The LG LA620 SmartTV combines a fantastic LED backlit display with an easy to use Smart platform to create an immersive viewing experience. A 1080p Full HD display combines with the LED backlight to create super sharp, lifelike images with realistic colour and contrast while its 100Hz motion refresh rate works to remove motion blur from your favourite programmes and leave you with a smooth, clear image. Add an extra dimension to your viewing with LG’s Cinema quality 3D technology. Plug in a 3D Blu-ray player and pop in your favourite 3D Blu-Ray and enjoy fantastic clear, precise 3D images. Enjoy your favourite Websites or catch up TV on the big screen thanks to the comprehensive Smart TV platform. The Web browser Is fully HTML 5 compatible, meaning you can do anything from manage your online banking to catch up on your social networking.

Product Features

  • 1920 x 1080
  • 100Hz
  • 42″ LED Smart 3D TV
  • Freeview HD & Freesat HD

Comments

Mr S. Anthony "Please see my other reviews." says:

LG 42LA620V 42-inch Widescreen 1080p Full HD Cinema 3D Smart LED TV with Freeview HD/Built-In Wi-Fi (New for 2013) This review is for the LG 42LA620V. This TV has a number of different features which are highlighted in this video.

Daniel Udy says:

Almost perfect Where to start?I love this TV but it has some very minor issues, which are probably only me being picky.Installation & Setup: A / I was wall mounting this TV so it was a little nerve racking and tricky but the TV is so light, I could manage it by myself. The initial setup of services is very straightforward using the built in wizard. However, if you are connecting to WiFi be warned that the default remote is a pain to use when inputting WEP/WSK/WPA codes longer than 8 characters. Mine is 26 and took 6 attempts before I realised that the remote was dropping key presses. Other than that, TV was usable within 5 mins. Another ‘quirk’, if you create an account and register this TV on the LG website, do not assume that those credentials automatically carry over to the LG Account on the TV in the Smart App section, a new registration is required from the TV but you can use the same information.Picture: A+ / Even when using SD Freeview Digital the built…

Lanky McJock says:

Love it but…….. Love the clarity on Sky HD over my old LCD screen and the built-in Netflix quality is awesome. Didn’t think I would be able to see 3D due to depth-perception issues but after trying this set out in-store, I was hooked.My only problem is that I can’t seem to find a menu that lets me set my own static IP and DNS addresses (I have my reasons). Has anyone found such an option?

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