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LG 42LX6900 42-inch Widescreen LED 3D Internet TV with Freeview HD

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  • 42-inch LED 3D TV
  • 1 Pair of 3D glasses included (active shutter)
  • Freeview HD built-in
  • NetCast allows you to view Internet content on your TV
  • 4 x HDMI inputs
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Important Information

On-mode power consumption
126 Watts

Visible screen diagonal
42" / 107 cm

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 101.6 x 2.9 x 63 cm ; 17 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 24 Kg
  • Batteries 2 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Item model number: 42LX6900
  • ASIN: B003O2484U
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 20 Sept. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 69,321 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

Lg electronics led tv 42'' 200hz 3d wifi ready 5000000:1 4hdmi

Manufacturer's Description


42-Inch LED 3D TV with Freeview HD, Netcast and 200Hz
The LG LX6900 LED 3D TV series provides Full HD 1080p picture quality with an ultra slim design - perfect for hanging on the wall - built in Freeview HD and TruMotion 200Hz for superb picture quality. The LX6900 series is also 3D TV Ready so is guaranteed to take your home entertainment experience to a new level. (1 Pair of Active 3D Glasses included)

Freeview HD
Get Ready to watch High Definition TV for free with built in freeview HD bringing you the best of BBC, ITV and C4 in glorious high definition with no monthly fee or contract. Freeview HD provides up to 5 times the picture quality of standard definition freeview taking you closer to the action. *Check you can get Freeview HD where you live – just visit freeview.co.uk or text your postcode and house number or house name to 80560.

NetCast
NetCast™ Entertainment Access brings the best of the internet directly to your TV, without the need for a computer. You can enjoy YouTube videos, weather forecasts (Accu weather) as well as online photo sharing (Picasa) from the comfort of your living room sofa. You can access this service by connecting LG NetCast TVs to your home network either via the built-in Ethernet port or using an optional Wi-Fi USB dongle. With LG NetCast TVs you will also be ready for selected future online services which can be updated onto your LG TV.

3DTV
LG 3D TV brings the ultimate immersive viewing experience into your living room, with sports, videogames, documentaries and Blockbuster movies bursting out of the screen. With LG, you can experience the same breathtaking 3D effects that you’ve seen in the cinema in the comfort of your own sofa. You can convert your living room to a sports stadium or cinema with content from 3D Blu-ray, games consoles and Sky 3D.

LG 3D TV brings the ultimate immersive viewing experience into your living room, with sports, videogames, documentaries and blockbuster movies bursting out of the screen. With LG, you can experience the same breathtaking 3D effects that you’ve seen in the cinema from your own sofa.

How Does 3D TV Work?
Creating 3D TV images involves mimicking the way that our eyes work in normal life. As our eyes are about three inches apart, each eye sees a slightly different perspective of our surroundings and the brain merges these two images together, using the difference to calculate depth. So, 3D TV recreates this process by showing two slightly different images and using special glasses to separate them.

What Can I View in 3D?
The range of 3D content available is rapidly increasing. Film studios such as Disney have demonstrated an ongoing commitment to developing even more in 3D and Sky’s dedicated 3D channel will bring a compelling range of content from sports and movies to documentaries.

200Hz
LG TruMotion 200Hz uses a unique scanning backlight technology to achieve a more superior natural picture. With this feature, it virtually eliminates motion blur and picture flicker, making it perfect for watching sport and fast action movies.


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Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

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42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By awwatsonisajedi on 6 Jan. 2011
I bought this telly after pondering for a while over a slightly smaller Samsung 3D telly, which just so happened to be out of stock pretty much everywhere, but thankfully I'm not disappointed.

The set itself is very nice looking with a slight blue tinge to the very outside. The remote is very easy to use and also has a light-up feature for using in the dark which can be useful.

Initially the standard 2D picture was a little strange in that objects sometimes appeared not to be in the same place as the background, almost against a blue screen, however turning off the tru-motion solved this issue. Playing around with the picture settings (which are amongst the best I've seen on a telly and independent to each input) I eventually ended up with a cracking picture, surpassing the 2 year old Panasonic LCD that this set replaced. The standard def picture is very good considering the size of the telly and the high def picture is superb via Sky HD, PS3 and Xbox 360. The tru-motion setting does work really well with fast moving images, however I'd recommend leaving this off for normal viewing.

Obviously this telly also has 3D capability, which although not faultless, is more than acceptable and almost on par with far more expensive 3D tellys. Sky 3D works well without much fiddling (sitting approx 2.5m from telly), yes there's the odd crosstalk, mostly on graphics when watching sports broadcasts, but other than that not much to complain about. The depth of the picture is very good. GT5 on PS3 also works well, although the in game settings took a bit of tweaking to get an acceptable 3D picture but that's a game issue rather than the telly. The 3D glasses are pretty comfy too, very similar to Samsung glasses.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Avatouir on 2 Jan. 2011
I got this for Christmas after being recommended by a sales rep (yeah it was £100 more than the TV I wanted to get at the time). But what a reccomendation, no sooner had I set this up with a 3D Blu-Ray that the difference from my old 720P was more than a trifle obvious.
As the TV tuned into Standard Definition channels it's upscaling was much nicer than I was expecting. Normally a 42" HD trying a SD is a complete mess, but whilst regular telly was nothing like Blu-Ray the images were still very watchable and crisp. Plus the fast frame rate added to the fluidity of even the most basic image. I would advise a good Signal booster or 2 to get the full benefit of the Freeview HD channels though as I had a lot of digital distortion and had to settle for SD instead
The real test of the LG's capabilities though was Monsters Verses Aliens. The opening scenes are a definate marker for the depth of 3D. At first there was an annoying ghosty effet (I believe it's called cross-talk) and the 3D didn't fullly come through until 5 mins or so of playing time, but these issues seemed to resolve themselves. Disney's a Christmas Carol really came to life and is recommended for a good 3D experience.
But the LX6900 isn't just about 3D, 2D images is where it shows it's visual prowess. Putting on The Dark Knight Blu-Ray at 24fps will stretch any TV to it's limits, but for the LG it seemed allmost a joke, with the most stunning picture I've seen anywhere. Shrek also has a much crisper almost realistic look and that is impressive enough in SD.
If you are looking to buy a new TV with great picture and have the £800 or so to buy this I'd highly recommend this product, even if you care little for 3D, as it's not only beautiful to look at even when switched off, but has such a stunning picture it competes with the best of the bunch.
Great entry level product.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. Chick on 9 Jan. 2011
I bought one of these LX6900 things a couple of weeks ago but I like to wait a bit before I write a review to give me time to see what it is like to live with.. Overall I love it... Yes, there are niggles but few.. For instance I got an Apple TV (which swung it to upgrade my TV as I needed HDMI not SCART)... It is great.. The 3D still confuses me slightly as I am not used to this and although there are currently few 3D programmes, I found many clips etc on YouTube.. I am used to 2D I think because with 3D the simulated depth of vision makes me feel sometimes I am focussing on the bit in the distance rather than something in the foreground! But it is great - really easy to set up.. Plugged in the Sky and the DVD and the Apple TV no problem.. Menus are quick to get to or at least logical for me.. There are plenty of settings and I have played with a good few to produce what I believe is a good picture.. The sound.. Well, it is thin (but from a TV 3 cm think it would be). Luckily I have an external amp and 5.1 surround that I have built up from Richer Sounds over the years. So sound is good.. 3D is great and grows on you more I find.. Absence of built-in wifi a bit annoying (just ordered dongle).. I mean, Apple TV is connected to the router over 80211.n - so why doesn't the TV see this as a way out to the internet? Still.. Love it and the dongle is cheaper than those for Sony/Panasonic etc...

Picture is great. i mean really great.. Setup is easy.. Does what it says on the box.... So I am really happy.. You can get these cheaper if you look around (I did) but actually I like Amazon's no fuss delivery but maybe should have gone to John Lewis to save me having to put in the massive old 32" crt with stand into the car and transport to the dump.
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