LG 47LM660T 47-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LED Cinema Screen 3D Smart TV with Freeview HD and 4 Pairs of 3D Glasses

June 23, 2013 - Comment

The LG 47LM660 provides a premium in-home cinematic 3D experience, with the capability to watch the best of online, personal and broadcast media on the new innovatively designed television by LG, optimized for ease and pleasure during use. LG Cinema 3D delivers full HD cinema standard images using the same 3D technology used in cinemas

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The LG 47LM660 provides a premium in-home cinematic 3D experience, with the capability to watch the best of online, personal and broadcast media on the new innovatively designed television by LG, optimized for ease and pleasure during use. LG Cinema 3D delivers full HD cinema standard images using the same 3D technology used in cinemas bringing the cinema home as it caters for a wide viewing angle, suitable for any room and any amount of audience due to the use of cheap passive glasses as opposed to the expensive active glasses often used in home 3D televisions. The 47LM660 has a built in Freeview HD, a nationwide subscription-free high-definition digital broadcast service. With Wi-Fi capabilities, this television can be used to surf the web after being connected to your network via Wi-Fi (built in). You can also use the televisions Ethernet connection to access all of your favourite online content by accessing BBC iPlayer, YouTube, you can connect with friends on Social Networking s

Product Features

  • 24P-MOVIE
  • 3D TV-3D Passive
  • Audio Output-2 x 10watts
  • Camera-Camera Ready
  • Contrast Ratio-Dynamic Contrast

Comments

G. Mckinnon "Georgina" says:

Great TV… Cool 3D It was time for a new TV and I did a lot of research before buying this one. I try where possible to buy the latest Tec when making a purchase like this so that it does not date too fast, this has always paid dividends with things like computers etc. The latest Tec can be a bit more costly but the cheaper product can often mean it’s already out of date. I was a bit sceptical about the 3D but wanted a smart TV and the 3D is a feature of this TV.It was pretty easy to set up straight out of the box and the picture good after a bit of getting used to the settings etc, it’s not rocket science or I would not be able to do it. The control feels pretty intuitive and logical actually, quite like a smart phone.I bought a 3D nature film, the choice available is limited and they are expensive at the moment but again I expect this to change when these TVs become more common. I put it on the new LG blue ray DVD player I also bought with the TV expecting a mediocre experience…how…

Andy O'Boogie says:

Picture is great but these settings make it even better!!! I had looked at 3D in shops but I can’t say I had been particularly impressed until this week when I saw my first demonstration of passive 3D on an LG TV. Some people consider ‘active’ 3D the way to go. In the past I believe the picture quality could have been better with ‘active’. After reading several reviews of the 2012 versions of LG tv’s it sounds like passive 3D is now just as good. It is certainly cheaper for the glasses and they are lighter (no battery) so much more comfortable. This mid range model comes with 4 pairs plus clip ons for my glasses. I use sky and the hd and 3d pictures are great. There is a free 3d channel for sky subscribers which is a good starting point when you first get the tv. I had recorded some stuff the day before ready for when the tv arrived. You have to ask sky to turn it on (online or by phone). Then when you start watching it don’t forget to press the 3D button on your remote (or it doesn’t work properly as I found out!). I already had a sony 3d…

A. Macdonald says:

Nice TV but expected a little more from LG Just bought this off Amazon a week ago.After reading many reviews and seeing that some buyers had had issues with ghosting, clouding and banding on the images […] I went for it anyway putting it down to bad luck or incorrect settings. A recent Firmware update seems to have fixed it all for some.After opening the box I was initially impressed with the quality and packaged items such as the magic remote and 5 pairs of 3d glasses you get with it (1 pair is a clip on or glasses wearers which pleased my wife!).Once I’d set up the stand and stood it up I noticed that it leant slightly to the left. I put a little weight on the right hand side of the TV which seemed to correct the problem!The TV itself had a shiny black finish with a chrome strip along the bottom. There is a brushed Aluminium strip that runs around the outside. It all looks great. The screen goes right to the edge (although on power on there is still a 10mm section that displays no…

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