LG 47LM620T 47-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LED Cinema 3D Smart TV with Freeview HD (discontinued by manufacturer) [Energy Class A+]
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- LG 47" Full HD 1080p 3D TV with LED Technology
- Built-in Digital Freeview HD ensures that you are ready for the digital switch-over with access to over 40 TV and radio channels
- Cinema 3D TV - Bringing a flicker-free 3D experience direct to your home
- Smart TV is your gateway to a world of web-based apps - from services such as BBC iPlayer, streaming films on demand and social networking
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|Connectivity Technology||USB and HDMI||HDMI^USB and Ethernet||WiDi, Miracast, DLNA, HDMI, USB||HDMI connector||WiDi, Miracast, DLNA, HDMI, USB||Ethernet; Yes|
|Display Resolution Max||1080p Full HD||1080p Full HD||4K Ultra HD||1920x1080||4K Ultra HD||1080p Full HD|
|Display Size||55 inches||50 inches||49 inches||55 inches||49 inches||47 inches|
|Image Aspect Ratio||16:9||16:9||16:9||—||16:9||16:9|
|Item Dimensions||1.09 m x 1.09 m x 72.2 cm||1.13 m x 5.45 cm x 66 cm||1.11 m x 23.5 cm x 70.5 cm||4.86 cm x 1.23 m x 70.8 cm||1.11 m x 25.9 cm x 70.5 cm||6.4 cm x 1.08 m x 63.9 cm|
|Item Display Weight||17.8 kg||19.5 kg||—||—||—||14.6 kg|
|Item Weight||15.6 kg||14.3 kg||11.4 kg||16.7 kg||12.7 kg||14.6 kg|
|Special Feature||3D;Smart / Internet||Smart / Internet||Smart / Internet||OLED; smart / internet; excellent sound; Webos; FULL HD||Smart / Internet||VESA 300 x 300|
|Tuner Technology||Freeview HD||DVB-S2 (HD)||DVB-T2, DVB-C, DVB-S2||DVB-S2; DVB-T; DVB-T2; DVB-C||DVB-T2, DVB-C, DVB-S2||DVB-S2 (HD)|
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Energy efficiency classA+ to F
On-mode power consumption63 Watts
Energy consumption92 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 diagonal55" / 140 cm
Size Name: 47-inch
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47LM620T - Cinema Smart 3D TV
The LM620T LED TV is packed with features and 4 pairs of glasses to bring home the magic of Cinema 3D to share with friends and family. Smart TV provides your gateway to a world of web-based apps - from catch-up TV services such as BBC iPlayer to your favourite social networks like Facebook and Twitter. And with Freeview HD built-in you can enjoy free high-definition TV with stunning picture quality boosted by LG's cutting-edge motion processing.
The next generation of 3D TVs
Cinema 3D TV - The most comfortable 3D experience
Cinema 3D TV brings the big-screen 3D experience direct to your living room, so you can share the 3D fun with friends and family from the comfort of your sofa.
Comfortable 3D glasses - The only way to enjoy 3D at home
Cinema 3D TV technology makes LG 3D glasses the pick of the bunch in terms of comfort, light weight and affordability, bringing home movie viewing to a whole new level.
Flicker-free 3D TV - The best 3D TV ever
All LG Cinema 3D TVs are certified flicker-free, meaning more comfortable viewing, less stress on your eyes and a sensational, blur-free 3D experience.
3D TV depth control - 3D TV you control
Customise the depth of your 3D to suit what you're watching. Or even your mood. Watch in ultimate comfort, or dial up the 3D effect for maximum wow factor.
3D sound zooming - 3D sound to match the 3D visuals
Great 3D TV needs great 3D sound and 3D Sound Zooming synchs with the 3D visuals onscreen to provide the last word in sonic excellence.
2D to 3D conversion - Now everything comes in 3D
LG's next-generation 2D to 3D upscaling technology turns standard 2D broadcasts into incredible 3D programming at the touch of a button. Now you've got no excuse to take off those glasses.
Dual-play - From split-screen to full-screen gaming
Split-screen gaming is great but imagine being able to play a two-player game in full screen all on the same TV. On every LG Cinema 3D TV, Dual Play lets each player see the game from their own perspective without halving the screen size*.
*Dual play glasses sold separately.
FPR 3D panel - 3D TV taken to the next level
FPR 3D technology is the latest innovation from LG. Continuing the quest for the ultimate 3D experience, FPR uses comfortable, affordable polarised glasses and a special filter attached to the screen to deliver a superior quality 3D effect.
Take control with Smart features
Smart TV - It's Simple
Get the best of the internet direct to your TV without a computer with LG Smart TV. Access the best TV from the past seven days using BBC iPlayer, chat to friends on Facebook and Twitter, watch YouTube videos, stream movies on demand and surf the web via the built-in browser. You can even download apps from the LG App store, get your favourite music, videos and photos on the big screen with LG Smart Share, you can even control the whole thing with a point and click from the LG Magic Remote.
3D World - Discover a whole world of 3D content
You'll never struggle to find 3D content again. 3D World on LG Cinema 3D Smart TV brings the best 3D movies and the finest 3D games together in one, easy-to-navigate area.
Home dashboard - So simple to use
Getting lost in endless Smart TV sub-menus is a thing of the past with LG's Home Dashboard. Simple, easy to navigate and with near-endless customisation options, the Home Dashboard lets you spend less time tweaking settings and more time enjoying your TV.
Universal search - Seek and you shall find
Stuck for something to watch? Not anymore. Universal Search lets you dig up masses of video-on-demand, broadcast and YouTube content with a few well-chosen keywords.
Smart share - It's good to share
Share music, videos and photos stored on your desktop PC, laptop or smartphone with Smart Share. Either connect your device via USB or DLNA - a file compatibility standard designed to ease the frustration of incompatible media files.
Wireless display - A world without wires
Using Intel's WiDi (Wireless Display) technology, you can connect a laptop to your Smart TV to show off your holiday photos, play games on the big screen, or just to show off a particularly slick PowerPoint presentation. No wires. Not internet connection. No hassle.
Skype - With Skype, talk is cheap
Distance is no object with Skype video chat on LG Smart TV. Get the family together and talk to friends and loved ones around the globe for free, all from the comfort of your living room.
K-pop zone - K-pop unlimited
More K-Pop than you can realistically hope to enjoy in your lifetime is available with instant access to exclusive content in the K-Pop Zone. Re-watch your favourite shows, interviews and concerts and even meet your favourite celebrities in incredible, hyper-real 3D.
Social Centre - Connect with everyone
Take control of your Twitter and Facebook accounts without even firing up your laptop. LG's Social Centre app lets you chat with friends and followers direct from your LG Smart TV. No computer or smartphone required.
Feature packed home entertainment
LED TV - Super slim, super chic
Super-slim, eco-friendly and with a sharper, more detailed picture and stunning contrasts ratio, LED TV is a revolution in image quality and design and its low profile makes it perfect for wall-mounting.
Full HD TV - Incredible clarity, vibrant colours
FULL HD 1080p provides the pinnacle of picture resolution with incredible clarity and vibrant colours. With up to five times the resolution compared to standard definition TVs and twice that of 'HD-Ready' TVs, FULL HD 1080p is the only way to enjoy the full potential of Blu-ray and HD gaming.
Freeview HD - Free HD TV
We're often told you don't get something for nothing. Well in the case of Freeview HD, nothing could be further from the truth. Freeview HD means the best of BBC, ITV and C4 direct to your TV for free with no monthly contract or fee. To check coverage in your area go to www.freeview.co.uk or text your postcode and house number or name to 80560.
Magic Remote Ready - Control like never before
Scrolling up and down a screen is second nature to PC users but with the Magic Remote's new wheel functionality, you can do the same on your TV screen. Scroll, zoom and do anything you can do with your computer's mouse.
Resolution upscaler - Makes poor quality look like a million dollars
True HD content will always shine on an LG screen but often enough, web-based video isn't always suitable for the big screen. That's where LG's resolution upscaler steps in to fill in the gaps in poor quality content and make everything you watch on the your TV - regardless of source - look mind-blowingly good.
DLNA - Seamless networking
Create a home network to talk to your PC, digital camera, mobile phone and even Blu-ray player. This connection to multiple DLNA certified devices anywhere in your home lets you to watch your favourite media directly on the big screen (Ethernet connection from TV to Router required).
MCI 400 - Fast motion? No problem
A TVs Motion Clarity Index (MCI) gives you a comprehensive indicator of its ability to handle fast motion without blurring. LG's expertise here makes good use of detailed backlight scanning, advanced local dimming and a powerful clarity engine to deliver a lifelike, detailed picture every time.
Intelligent Sensor - Eco-friendly revolution
LG Intelligent Sensor technology automatically finds the optimal brightness, sharpness, colour and contrast picture settings to enhance the picture quality and reduce power consumption.
HDMI x 4 - Superb connectivity
High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) carries both sound and picture in a single cable from your devices to your high definition TV. Now you can easily connect your games console, satellite box, Blu-ray or Home Cinema System through the 4 HDMI ports for a true high definition entertainment experience
USB x 3 - Superb connectivity
Connect your digital camera, MP3 player or hard drive through the USB port to show off your latest holiday snaps, music collection or High Definition movies for a true multimedia experience.
Smart Energy Saving
Smart Energy Saving technology controls the brightness of the TV to reduce the power consumption and therefore help you save money off your electricity bills. The Screen-Off function even lets you listen to music from the TV whilst the screen is off.
LG TV Comparison
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|2D to 3D Conversion|| |
|3D Depth Control||-||-||-||YES||-||YES||YES|
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A smart TV connects to the Internet. There is a full browser and an LG app on your smart phone will allow remote control for input of text and act as a touchpad for the pointer - much quicker than the standard remote's keyboard input. Another app give you the ability to send pics, music or videos from your smartphone to the TV. It even interrupts a programme or video to receive the signals and play / display them. So far I have managed to display pics from my smart Samsung camera wirelessly too; the blu-ray player can be controlled from the main TV remote and links through DLNA protocols and I can link wirelessly with my main computer at home to play shared folders of media (music, photos, videos).
Setting up is simple: auto finding of TV signals and peripherals. There are scores of fine controls of picture, sound, 3D etc. Simple adjustment is easy: more complex "expert" controls have a walk-through menu. Sound is quite good given the smallness of the speakers with slight vibration on one of them at certain frequencies, alleviated by putting something soft under the base of the TV to reduce sympathetic vibrations. There are external controls on the edge of the TV, but almost invisible. I am fascinated by the on/off switch which senses one's hand and functions without actual touch. Otherwise one uses the remote control.
There are a series of apps, some useful some less so I have yet to get to grips with. The main HOME menu is a good starting point to do anything other than watch TV. But the great joy is the 3D. Virgin offer some films to watch and there are 3D Blu-rays at prohibitive prices. Occasionally - Olympics and HM's Christmas address - there are some 3D programmes broadcast, but not many. LG have software which converts 2D ('normal') progs into 3D effect and it is wonderful. It really works and is wholly adjustable (viewing comfort, depth, extent). 4 pairs of passive (cinema type) glasses are provided. Not all programmes are suitable for 3D conversion, but many are and the effect is startling and just as engaging as at the cinema. It also works for still photos.
Overall, I would say this smart TV is a joy and real fun. It does a lot more than a standard TV, although it does that well too. 3D handling and conversion at the touch of a button from 2D to 3D is a real bonus. Access to internet, interactive networking, linking of PC, mobiles and other devices is good. Picture and sound quality has come such a long way so quickly.
I am delighted with this purchase and I would heartily recommend it to anyone.
Addition: 30.3.13: I realise I said almost nothing about picture quality. The quality of the picture is markedly different from what I had experienced on a fairly old (5yrs+) Philips. This is finer quality, but with some quirks, notably automatic contrast which can render dark scenes very dark. I had warned not to expect deep blacks and shadows. In fact this not quite the case. There is a sensor which works out your ambient room lighting and adjusts accordingly. This was a bright room gets a more robust contrast than in a darkened room. I have included a link to the professional independent review which spells all this out further. [...]
Update 4.4.13: More discoveries with the installation of a free app on the PC called PLEX which magically catalogues and arranges all the photos, videos and music, DVD. Other apps to install on the TV under "premium" (but still free) include VOD films and - for me a joy - Internet Radio. I have taken a optical digital lead to connect to an adjacent amplifier / surround sound system. The results are spectacular. Internet access is easy using either a dongle or wi-fi. Other apps include links to NASA TV, foreign and internet channels. Facebook works well. Another reviewer mentioned the PVR facility. It likes HDD rather than a simple SD card. I have cable with recording facilities but this PVR should not be underestimated. At the least it can be used for delay / stopping / replaying live TV. Most TVs don't allow this.
Finally vibrating speakers have been mentioned. I seemed to have had one of these and spent some time tracking the source of an annoying vibration. Avoiding hard surfaces, underfelting the stand with rubber or even bluetak can diminish this annoyance: also checking the screws to the (metal) back cover is useful. However quite by chance, I discovered that a scart dongle (plugin) was just resting against the back of the TV and vibrating at one low frequency. So it wasn't the speaker at all but an external source.
I bought this TV because I wanted a larger screen format than my old one and needed a replacement for my digital recorder on which the hard disk had expired! Whilst I did not require 3D or Smart TV, I was prepared to buy a TV with this functionality.
The LED screen suits me better than Plasma / LCD as the picture is brighter. The picture is very good and I am pleased with it, it certainly met my primary requirements of a large screen with a good picture. Programs broadcast by the Television Companies come in all sizes and formats and a screen this large can show the limitations of some of the older programs shot in lower resolutions with fuzzy edges to faces etc. but this is rare and is not a limitation of this model.
The TV was fairly easy to set up for normal viewing which is a good job! The documentation that comes with the TV is minimal and of poor quality. As with many modern, technical gadgets these days we are expected to figure things out ourselves rather than being given any detailed guidance and help.
In terms of the Digital Recorder, the TV needs a USB hard Disk on which to save the recordings. I, have as yet, not found a disk that works. I have tried a FREECOM USB HDD [...]and a couple of USB memory sticks, all of which work fine in my PC. The TV recognises them and even told me it was preparing the HDD for use by the TV. However it has not been possible to record to the disks or view previously saved pictures.
Smart TV Functionality is let down by a "Clunky" menu system that is not very well thought through. Using the standard remote is, as many others have said, incredibly tedious and almost impossible when it comes to browsing the web. In order to input text, an on screen keyboard is presented to the viewer which you have to scroll round with the left/right & up/down arrows. Some screens display these keyboards laid out in a QWERTY fashion and some screens in an alphabetic fashion. On the menus, sometimes the "Back" button takes you back up a level and sometimes it exits the system completely. The buttons on the remote are next to each other (like the squares on a chess board) rather than having spces between them (like the squares on a bar of chocolate). It is therefore quite easy to press the wrong button on the remote. Navigation is supposed to be easier with the optional "Wand" that costs about £50. For those with an android phone, you can install the LG Remote Control app [...] which is a vast improvement on the standard remote.
Sharing movies / pictures / music via SmartShare was simple enough. I used Windows Media Player as the streamer for PC's and installed PixelDMS onto my Android smartphone [...]. The presentation of the music on the screen is not nice, folders and files are listed like in Windows Explorer rather than being listed as albums/tracks as in Windows Media Player.
In terms of On Demand viewing, I would advise you to beware here. I have signed up for the LoveFilm introductory offer but have found all films to be interrupted by the picture breaking up momentarily. I assume this is as the input stream is buffered although there is no message on the screen. Whilst my Internet connection is not the best, it is above the recommended minimum and I do not have any streaming issues with BBC iplayer. I have not used the LG WiFi dongle (another extra purchase) but, instead, connected to my router via cable.
SmartTV / Streaming content is limited by the Apps that the TV has (or can install from [...] There is no app for ITV Player and the TV's inbuilt web-browser (Safari) is running an out of date Flash player that cannot be upgraded so you cannot view the content via that route either.
The limited amount of 3D content is disappointing. LoveFilm does not seem to stream any 3D titles so you need to have a disk delivered through the post. In order to play a 3D movie, you need to have a 3D Blu-Ray player. Not all Blu-Ray players are capable of playing 3D and any 3D films on DVD format use the old "coloured glasses" technology - NOT the polarising glasses that come with this set.
LG's technical support were contacted by email on more than 1 occasion with queries which should have been answered in proper documentation anyway. I was pleased with the speed of the response but disappointed with the accuracy. One query was answered twice by separate people giving conflicting advice.
I get the feeling that SmartTV manufacturers are going to maximise their income streams by selling additional components or services. The SmartTV is NOT a computer; you are not free to add programs (and, to a lesser extent, hardware) unless they are approved by the manufacturer (in this case LG). The plethora of standards (or maybe the lack of them) for providing functionality is very confusing and the manufacturers do not make it easy to determine what their equipment does not do (e.g. this TV does not show ITVplayer but nowhere does it state that). If you have specific requirements for the smartTV functionality, please check what each TV does before you buy one!
1. Excellent picture quality
2. Lovely big screen
3. Poor usability of GUI interface on Smart TV (probably be true of any other manufacturer too)
4. Limitation of content via LG controlled Apps (probably be true of any other manufacturer too)
5. In order to maximise the functionality of this TV you will need to purchase other hardware
If this was just a 55" 2D television I would have been tempted to give it 5 stars - the picture is great. However, it's not; it's a 3D SmartTV so the score of 3 stars reflects the poor usability of the interface and the limitations to 3D content. Please note that I have no experience of other manufacturer's SmartTV systems so the LG may not be any worse than any other! Just don't expect a SmartTV to replace your computer.
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