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LG 26LC2R - 26" Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV


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  • Resolution:WXGA(1,366x768)
  • Peak Brightness:500cd/m2
  • Contrast Ratio:1200:1
  • Response Time:8ms(GTG)
  • Viewing Angle:178°
  • XD Engine3
  • 3D Digital Comb Filter
  • Digital Progressive Scan
  • DCDi High Quality Picture
  • Sound
  • Output:10Wx2
  • SurroundMAX
  • Convenience
  • 1 Tuner PIP, POP, Double Window
  • PC Input (RGB)
  • Ez-Cable Management
  • Connectivity
  • 1HDMI, 2SCART (1full)
  • Component(Y,Pb,Pr)
  • PC Input
  • Composite
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 23.5 x 68.1 x 55 cm ; 20 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 21 Kg
  • Item model number: LG 26LC2R
  • ASIN: B000FBFY3M
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 30 Oct. 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 148,625 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Eric Baker on 23 Jan. 2007
Bought this recently as a replacement for a 21" CRT so we were pretty impressed with the picture. Not a single pixel fault either. Hooked up to a Topfield PVR and cheap DVD player, the picture is excellent as is the sound. With a SCART connection it's good the way Freeview channels adjust automatically for widescreen, 4:3 etc (no fat people waddling around as when a 4:3 picture is spread over the 16:9 screen). Our only problem was a bit of 'flesh creep' on slow panning, eg a close up of a face where they nod or shake their head slowly. It was disconcerting to see the tip of Maggie Gyllenhaal's nose get left behind when she shook her head in Secretary. Good SCARTs helped as did turning off the LG's 'XD' image preprocessing. What little has remained of this flesh creep we've tracked down to Freeview's compression and narrow bandwidth. You see it even when playing something (recorded earlier) at quarter speed, so it's definitely not the TV's fault - it doesn't do it with DVDs or analogue TV, only Freeview. So we're delighted to have joined the flat widescreen world. Putting a power meter on it, the LG uses around 120W whilst on (less than the manual says; cost around 1p/hr) and 16W in standby (much more than the 2W we were told; cost around GBP12pa).
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mike on 27 Jan. 2007
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This is a great 26" TV, with good picture, good sound, HD-ready and a very reasonable price tag. Installation is simple and the auto-tune work fine. A small criticism is that if you want to change the default picture and sound setings, for example to adjust the brilliance or contrast or the sound profile, it takes a bit of digging to discover where you should look; there's a multi-language manual the size of a phone directory, but it skims over that.

Note that it doesn't have a digital tuner, but as yet we are still all analogue in our region, so that is a positive.

We're very pleased with its performance and would recommend it to anyone.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Raymondo on 13 April 2007
OK - First off, I didn't buy this TV from Amazon, I bought it from Comet for [...] so that I can return it if I need to, but I don't think I will need to at all.

This TV is brilliant. The best around for under £400 in terms of quality, looks and features. I use this TV for Sky+ viewing (Not HD yet, it's only in my bedroom and I have HD downstairs on the LG 32LC3R - I bought the 26LC2R as the 32 was great, but due to spacial restrictions needed the speakers as a bar at the bottom, and hey-presto LG came up tops again!), Xbox360 and PS2 gaming and for running my PC through it - And it does all without strain, it will switch seamlessly between all four. Whilst the PS2 graphics are quite inferior to my old PAnasonic 14" CRT, I don't play that much on it anyway as I believe HD gaming is the way forward. The only extra feature I would have liked which I have heard is available on certain Samsung LCDs is PiP sound. This however, is not worthy of only giving it four stars as I know it is a rare feature anyway. I have the TV wallmounted and it looks absolutely beautiful. My father and sister are both deadly jealous of me.

Bottom line:- For £380 delivered, if you don't buy it, you're an idiot not to and I can assure you once this deal dies, you will kick yourself for not buying this marvellous TV
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By T. Noble on 16 Dec. 2006
bought this TV for our spare room and so far am very happy with my choice. spent a long time researching 26 inch examples and finally decided on this model based on its great reviews on an av-forum. chose amazon for the great price and previously experienced exceptional customer serice. as stated by the previous reviewer this TV is fully loaded with features and interfaces. the picture dfinition is amazing, even without an HD source (used for SKY and PS2). paper manual is rubbish but it comes with a more detailed cd rom version. my only gripes are that the PIP function does not work with the standard aerial or AV connections as the main source and that there does not seem to be a code available to enable my sky remote to control the TV. that said, these are small issues with an otherwise fantastic TV. need to find a way to fund a 42inch version for the livingroom now!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By James S on 24 Jan. 2007
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The low price for this item does not invite high expectations; however, the item is pleasantly capable, and a look at other retailers shows Amazon's price as well below the RRP.

The picture quality is excellent - SDTV is scaled very nicely, and it even managed to make the composite output from a Wii look good. Component input is excellent, and the main limitations are the presence of only one HDMI input, a next-to-useless printed manual and no 1080p support. The last, in particular, is not something one can complain about until the price at least doubles.

This is a great experience given the price, and well worth looking at for all but intense videophiles.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Mr. N. F. Stewart on 1 Oct. 2006
Having been looking at getting a 23" LCD predominantly for gaming etc, this 26" LCD from LG offers excellent features and a stonking picture at a great price. It both looks and sounds right, with many notable picture and sound tweaks.

Connectivity is very good, with 2 scarts/ HMDI and both component and VGA inputs. The remote too is well laid out. The manual is the only disappointment, but to be honest, the remote is intuitive and easy to navigate.
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