LG 19LG3000 - 19" Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV - With Freeview
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- Resolution: 1440x900
- Peak Brightness: 380cd/m2
- Contrast Ratio: 15,000:1
- XD Engine
- 2 HDMI
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• Output: 3W + 3W
• Virtual Surround
• 1 Way 2 Speakers
• Clear Voice
• Invisible Speakers
• 2 HDMI, 2 SCART (1Full)
• Component(Y,Pb,Pr) + Audio
• AV In
• PC Input
Top Customer Reviews
I got this TV for christmas but I picked it out. I chose it because of the good specification and brand name and wasn't dissappoointed.
Picture: The TV has beautiful colour reproduction, brightness, great motion tracking and the picture looks amazing whatever you throw at it.
I am continually impressed with the picture whether I am playing blu-ray, dvd or analogue tv. I would recommend it on this basis alone. We have a lot of 19" screens in the house now, most of them are cheap acoustic solutions models, but some are Philips as well. This TV blows them all away and looks even better than my brothers 19" Samsung which is only a year old. I think it is well worth the extra outlay to get 15000:1 contrast and 380cdm2 brightness.
Sound: The sound is really good considering that it has no visible speakers and sound comes from an invisible point on the front of the TV. I wasn't expecting much from the sound but I find that it fills the room and impresses me quite well: 3.5/5. I noticed that the sound is really good when you output it from your hifi instead.
Menus: The menus really blow you away. You can tune individual analogue / digital channels or use auto tune. Each channel can be retuned or ignored for programme +- buttons. The interface is very easy to use. The info button is particularly useful as it will tell you the resolution of any input, for example 567i SD for DVD or 720p for blu-ray. The ratio button is also very handy, which has lots of modes such as 16:9, 4:3, 14:9 or zoom 1 & 2. If you've had TVs in the past which left large black bars then you will never have this problem again.Read more ›
Overall, I am really pleased with this, and woild highly reccomend it to anyone interested in buying a small TV.
The only negative is the sound - it is a little tinny. Ideal for a bedroom or kitchen but not recommended for viewing films or gaming unless you supplement with speakers.
Perfect for me though!
All in alll..an excellent tv..and would highly recommend it to any1 who wants a tv for there room or kitchen. im going to buy another one for the kitchen :)
UPDATE 03/02/2011- Ignore the above.....ive had quite a few problem's since that review....1st of all..bbc1 and bbc2 never come clear....sometimes they don't come at all...i keep hearing a crackling sound and the picture keeps getting interrupted at which point i have to switch to analogue! also, the menu is really bad....if you go to check what's on another channel when viewing the guide...the channel switches to what you have selected on the guide which is annoying especially if you are watching football or anything in fact. I' considering buying a new tv as i just cant take it any more.
I have since (today) received a replacement in the form of the 19LH2000, and this set does not appear to have the problem; but early days. The 2000 is a newer, 16:9 format, so arguably a better buy, although it has a lower contrast ratio and packs fewer pixels into its 19 inches. Nevertheless, if you are remotely tempted by the 3000 I would say keep you money in your wallet, or put it into something like the 2000.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Now has an intermittent fault where you sometimes loose the picture.Published 20 months ago by JeffS
Easy to assemble, with a good clear picture and quality sound. HDMI, scart and aerial connections easily located at the back of the unit.Published on 17 Dec. 2013 by A.Butterfield
i have not often reviewd my purchases and just seen that Amazon asked me to. i bought this screen as a replacement pc monitor almost 3 years ago. its really good. Read morePublished on 12 Jan. 2011 by bilal
i have this tv or a similar for almost 3 years now and still sounds and looks out the box. absouloutley nothing has ever gone wrong with it. Read morePublished on 26 Oct. 2010 by ross
The TV looks the part but the sound is hollow and tinny, it in fact sounds as if they are useing string and tin cans. Read morePublished on 3 Dec. 2009 by T. HAMILTON
I bought this TV on the reviews I read and I have not been disappointed. The TV is well made, easy to tune and has a reasonably well laid out remote. Read morePublished on 17 Sept. 2009 by Imagetruth
TV is ok, sometimes the audio gets a bit out of sync, but most annoyingly the remote takes forever to respond, with the result that you often find yourself going to channel 11... Read morePublished on 2 Sept. 2009 by W. J. Sangster
With TV's in most rooms we now have to move to digital, changeover August this year. The LG is a nice size for bedrooms and kitchen and has a good picture. Read morePublished on 19 Jun. 2009 by Larry Seabrook
No problem to install and set up. Slow response to some buttons takes a bit of getting used to. I am in a weak signal area and there is "tearing" on analogue channels not... Read morePublished on 1 Jun. 2009 by R. Scarr