LG 42LS5600 42-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LED TV with Freeview and DLNA

June 23, 2013 - Comment

42″ Full HD LED TV with DLNA, MCI 100, 3x HDMI and 1x USB connection. With brilliant Full HD picture quality and LGs cutting-edge motion processing, the LS5600 LED TV is a star performer. It features DNLA connectivity for streaming music, movies and pictures around your home network, plus a USB connection for playing your

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42″ Full HD LED TV with DLNA, MCI 100, 3x HDMI and 1x USB connection. With brilliant Full HD picture quality and LGs cutting-edge motion processing, the LS5600 LED TV is a star performer. It features DNLA connectivity for streaming music, movies and pictures around your home network, plus a USB connection for playing your favourite music or photos.

Product Features

  • 1920 x 1080 Pixel Resolution
  • 100Htz
  • 42″ LED TV
  • Freeview Tuner

Comments

chris says:

37LS5600 After spending 2 weeks of researching TVs I decided to go for the , based off features and excellent user reviews. I wanted a TV that was 1080p LED, with 3 HDMI inputs, without any requirement of smart or 3D TV and this ticked all the boxes.PictureFrom the second I plugged this in I was amazed by the punch and colour in the pictures, a big improvement from my old LCD TV. HD content from my blu ray and Xbox is very sharp and I couldn’t notice any artefacts or motion blur during fast scenes. I use a Humax free view box which upscales to HD and the picture from that was sharp, clear and full of colour. The only gripe I would have but is not a problem for me is this only comes with built in freeview and not freeview HD the picture from the TVs freeview was a bit poor being standard definition. This was at a viewing distance of about 3 meters and wouldn’t be as noticeable at further…

Mr. E. Cory says:

If you’re a tekky you WILL love it. It’s great for everyone else too. I have a large summer house in my garden which has been fitted out to be an external living room and I needed something reasonably priced, not too large and with a good picture. I have a hardwired ethernet link to the summerhouse so this TV was intended, via the connection of my Vaio laptop, to show media content streamed from my server in the house.I have friends and family who have brought LG and though I never have, I had always been impressed with the specification so I delved into it on this TV before purchase and was very surprised to see that at this price point it had DLNA connectivity via an ethernet network port. This tipped the balance in it’s favour as DLNA is a feature usually reserved for most manufacturers flagship TV’s.Amazon delivered via Citylink within about 14 hours and the TV took about ten minutes to be ready to go; batteries in remote, attach stand and remove plastics. As you would expect with an LED TV it’s very thin and very light; I…

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