LG 42LS3450 42-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p Direct LED TV with Freeview - Black (discontinued by manufacturer) [Energy Class A]
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- LG 42" Full HD 1080p TV with LED Technology
- Built-in Digital Freeview ensures that you are ready for the digital switch-over with access to over 40 TV and radio channels
- 2x HDMI ports for a high definition experience with BluRay or your games console
- USB port for further connectivity options and DIVX HD Playback
- Perfect for general viewing
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Energy efficiency classA
On-mode power consumption68 Watts
Energy consumption99 Kilowatts 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 diagonal42" / 107 cm
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With the brilliant picture quality of LED TV boosted by LG’s cutting-edge motion processing, the LS3450 is an all-round star performer. It also boasts energy saving features and a USB connection that allows you to enjoy movies, pictures and music stored on a hard disk or flash drive.
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Being LED it's nice and thin with a narrow frame around the screen so it takes up very little space.
Highly recommended as a top value buy. (beware though of limited interconnects. If you want to attach lots of boxes to it check out the spec. carefully before buying)
It was cared for meticulously, kept safe, never left switched on, was kept in a dry safe place and if moved
was done so very carefully and was packaged very securely and was kept very clean.
It developed dead pixels around the edge of the screen, eventually turning into large thick lines of dead pixels and the edge
bleed on this television was atrocious and eventually, the display just packed up completely.
For £300+ i expected more, long-term i'd like to see how other people are getting on with their units as for all i know
i probably just had a duff one.
Also there were no other output connections at all so impossible to use how I had intended.
The picture quality is OK I guess but movement comes out rather fuzzily..
Sound is ok at lowish volume but bass distorts heavily as you turn up .
Just a VERY basic TV which I think now is probably obsolete due to it's lack of specs.
Expected more from an LG product. But on the plus side was cheap-so I suppose you get what you pay for, right?
But the quality does not suffer, It is used in my bedroom with a TiVO box and has a clear crisp picture, good sound etc.
Easy to use on screen display.
Would definately recommend this TV to anyone.
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