LG 55LB730V 55-inch Widescreen Full HD LED 3D Smart TV with webOS and Freeview HD

July 8, 2015 - Comment

LG Electronics have produced a lovely stylish LED TV that uses their advanced IPS panel technology that also includes 3D technology that boosts this even further with more depth. As well as more accurate colours and deeper contrast, this TV comes with built-in Wi-Fi for access to a whole range of apps and catch up

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LG Electronics have produced a lovely stylish LED TV that uses their advanced IPS panel technology that also includes 3D technology that boosts this even further with more depth. As well as more accurate colours and deeper contrast, this TV comes with built-in Wi-Fi for access to a whole range of apps and catch up TV services, with 800hz picture processing this TV can handle fast moving motion which makes it ideal for sport and films all in FULL HD , the built-in Freeview HD tuner will deliver your terrestrial TV channels in stunning HD quality. USB playback is there for watching movies, viewing photo albums and listening to your music is as simple as plugging in a USB stick or external hard drive. This TV supports the DIVX HD codec for compact, high quality file types.

Product Features

  • Smart TV with webOS – Brings together all of your favourite content
  • CINEMA SCREEN – A sleek minimalistic frame that brings cinematic viewing to your home
  • CINEMA 3D – Enjoy CINEMA 3D in greater comfort with light, battery-free, and affordable 3D glasses.
  • Freeview HD – Free subscription offering up to 10 HD channels.
  • Magic Remote – Magic Remote using point, scroll, gesture or voice commands.

Comments

nick c says:

and i’m very happy with it so far 0

R. Cartledge "jaadoo" says:

Buggy WebOS is a failed experiment. The TV is beautiful when it is off, but turn it on and notice the terribly uneven backlighting which has dark corners, banding and blotchiness all over the screen like a cloudy sky effect. The picture appears and the Dirty Screen Effect (DSE) is not so noticeable unless there is a plain background. When panning on sports fields of sky it looks terrible as it remains static relative to objects that are in the scene. The the two remotes are fine. I like the navigation method, but the layout of menus is terrible such as switching between Freeview and Satellite tuner is bizarre, protracted and unintuitive. When switching apps you have to wait far too long, even for the programme guide and back to live tv is unacceptable. Every time you have to update freeview, The channel positions you moved (such as BBC ONE HD to 001) all get lost. The TV also keeps crashing saying out of memory and resetting. The whole WebOS thing is super annoying and buggy and LG seem to have abandoned it. The LG…

john pierce says:

Four Stars 0

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