LG 19LV250U 19-inch Widescreen HD Ready LED TV with Freeview [Energy Class B]
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- 19 inch LED TV
- HD Ready
- Contrast Ration - 1,000,000: 1
- HDMI and USB
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On-mode power consumption
34 Kilowatt Hours per year, based on the power consumption of the television operating 4 hours per day for 365 days. The actual energy consumption will depend on how the television is used.
Visible screen diagonal
19" / 47 cm
Energy efficiency class:
On-mode power consumption:
34 kWh per year, based on the power consumption of the television operating 4 hours per day for 365 days. The actual energy consumption will depend on how the television is used.
Visible screen diagonal:
19 " / 47 cm
The 19LV250U LED TV is HD Ready picture with an ultra slim design making it perfect for any room in your home. This TV also saves you money off your electricity bills with 40% power consumption saving vs. an LCD TVSee all Product Description
Top Customer Reviews
Firstly a couple of points that I've picked up from other reviews, it has a matte screen and not glossy. There are no physical buttons on the unit, only a touch sensitive panel on the front ... this works well and the remote is pretty responsive. The unit does have a USB port on it and I can confirm it works well with a variety of formats - firstly a mix of DivX and x264 (AVI/MP4/MKV) all play perfectly ... there are no issues playing a 1280x720 MKV file. MP3 Audio and JPG Images display perfectly.
On the USB connection if I have any criticism - I'd like to connect it and see all files without having to pre-select the formats to display. Following on from that, when selecting video files you need to select "Movies" and it isn't always a movie you're watching (This could confuse some older users I guess). However - no issues with the functionality.
The only downside that we found for this unit is the vertical viewing angle - it was initially sat on a chest of drawers about a foot higher than our bed and watching certain channels or movies in dark areas it was pretty poor. There is no adjustment between the monitor and the stand - a vertical tilt like many LCD Monitors would have been good. Sticking a CD case under the rear of the stand to tilt it forward worked a treat but the long term fix was to put it on the wall ... I used a cheap £5 tilt/swivel wall mount and we're now much happier. The stand is easily added/removed with two screws on the rear.Read more ›
I'm really pleased with the picture and sound quality. It was very easy to set up even for a complete amateur like me, although it has taken me longer to navigate my way around the remote. My only criticism is that it doesn't come with a manual in the form of a booklet, just a cd, which is annoying if you need to look something up n a hurry. All in all excellent value for money.
Here are my observations after a few months of use:
Picture: Great picture, nice and clear on Freeview - as you should expect.
Viewing angle: The picture starts to fade when viewed from anywhere below the line of sight. Left to right is fine. NB: this only happens when we are sitting down, as the TV is halfway up the wall, thus causing a slight visual fade from that angle.
Connectivity: Lots of options for inputs, so you're not stuck with just a Scart socket, like old TVs.
Media playback: Plays all my MPG2 and MPG4 videos. Very happy.
Sound: Lacks bass. I'm not sure if you can get decent sound of out small flat-screen TVs nowadays withough fixing up external speakers, so I might not be able to buy a better TV, even if I tried.
So, in summary, the good points are:
3. Ability to play media from a USB stick
The bad points are:
1. Poor sound, especially the bass
2. Viewing angle (longitudinally)
And a minor point:
1. Our old TV used to have an analogue volume knob. It was great for turning the sound up or down really quickly. Sometimes you need to do that in a kitchen. With modern TVs like this you only have a touch button for up or down. It's not nearly so responsive. Shame.
All things considered we are more than happy with the TV. Hope that helps potential buyers.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
would highly recommend this tv, as we have bought 2 other 19-inch LG tv s in the last 3years for other rooms in house, and have had no problems with them at all. Read morePublished on 29 July 2013 by gareth digger
I got told a long time ago to trust LG and that their tv's were not to be sniffed at.
This advice was right.
I am happy with this purchase.
This is an excellent little set and I managed to easily set it up with a little help from my brother. Read morePublished on 25 July 2013 by Music Lover
Compared to television sets of even a couple of years ago especially the CRT which of course are now obsolete; this set shows just why is it probably takes up about 75% less space... Read morePublished on 16 May 2013 by P. V. Davis
A first class service in every repect for a first class product that has gone way beyond our expectations. Thank youPublished on 6 May 2013 by David j Kyle
pros: great picture and sound for small tv, not tinny in my view as others have indicated, used in bedroom, just fine. cant comment on OSP as it connects via cable tv. Read morePublished on 24 April 2013 by Tharg, Leader of the Mudmen
This is an excellent little TV'- looked smaller than I expected because the frame is so slim, but once on, the excellent picture and sound are all that matter. Read morePublished on 14 April 2013 by cozza