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LG 47LW450U 47-inch Widescreen Cinema Full HD 1080p 3D 100Hz LED TV with Freeview (discontinued by manufacturer) [Energy Class A]

4.5 out of 5 stars 134 customer reviews

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Important Information

Energy efficiency class
A+ to F

On-mode power consumption
77 Watts

Energy consumption
112 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
47" / 119 cm

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 111.5 x 3 x 68.3 cm ; 21 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 17 Kg
  • Item model number: 47LW450U
  • ASIN: B004ZC3JW0
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 5 May 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (134 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 98,962 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

Energy efficiency class:

A

On-mode power consumption:

77 Watts

Energy consumption:

112 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:

47 " / 119.38 cm

Box Contains

  • 1 x TV
  • 1 x User Manual
    1 x Remote
    1 x Batteries
    1 x Power Cable
    7 x 3D Glasses


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    Size: 42 - inch
    I have owned this television for about 2 weeks now. It is a nice looking TV and is very thin. The screen has a bezel around it which is not quite as nice as some LG TV's which are like one sheet of glass. It is still very sleek though.

    This TV uses Passive 3D - or Cinema 3D as LG are calling it and this set comes with 7 pairs of passive 3D glasses- exactly the same type you get at the cinema. The passive glasses are more comfortable and a lot cheaper to replace than the active shutter glasses that you need for some 3D televisions.

    This TV does have a usb port for viewing films and photos and listening to music but it does not have internet connectivity.

    I have seen various debates on the internet over whether passive 3D is as good as active 3D. I'm no expert, but having owned this TV for a couple of weeks and having watched various Sky 3D content and several 3D films I cannot see any problems with the 3D at all. You do need to be watching it from the same height as your head- or on a bracket that angles the TV down, as if you are looking up or down by a couple of feet on the 3D picture it starts to distort slightly and you can see the lines on the screen. Other than that I have had absolutely no issues with crosstalk, ghosting or any of the other problems you see sometimes with 3D.

    I have mine on a stand and it it is roughly head height when sat on my couch or a chair. The kids have watched it lying down and not seen much difference. I have only seen an issue when standing up or close up to the screen- about a metre and this was only when trying to find out at what point there might be a problem. I don't know about you, but I don't normally tend to watch TV whilst standing up or stick my face right up to it!
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    Size: 42 - inch
    I'm reviewing this without owning - but my father does. I've been umm-ing and ahh-ing about active vs passive for a year now, and having seen them both at work i have to say its a no-brainer. A friend of mine had to have a 3DTV and with very little research, he went and bought a Samsung active, which was very nice for me as I got to go and roadtest it for free. Aside from the glasses being clunky and a bit over-complicated (are these on or off?) the 3D image showed a little depth but nothing like you see at the flix. Not so with the LG, this had depth, and in ya face screen-popping.

    As someone else said, the impression we're given is that passive displays are half-resolution, but to me it was HD.
    And the picture in general, without 3D was quite possibly the best i've seen on any tv.

    If you just want a fantastic HD TV, i'd buy this. If you want a fantastic HD 3DTV, i'd buy this. Infact, i am buying this as soon as i get a few quid!
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    Size: 42 - inch
    Ive gotta say i was really unsure about 3D TV's in household environment, especially the Active Shutter ones. When the Passive 3D sets from LG were announced i thought it was a good idea but i was really unsure as to the overall quality the consumer would be getting for the price.
    LG TV's have been getting really good in terms of price for quality in recent years, the 42LH3000 which i previously owned before this TV i thought the quality was outstanding! - In all areas, after viewing this TV - it kicks the crap out of the LH3000!

    Picture Quality
    2D amazing!!! the quality of the picture from HD content is outstanding, even with the 100hz motion its amazing quality. The colours are fantastic and the picture is incredibly sharp.
    Now for the 3D - its brilliant i mean truly outstanding quality in a lot of ways i would agree with people that it is better than the cinema experience the only downfall of it that i have found is that watching it from high angles it doesn't work as well. The next thing i will try is gaming on the TV especially with the 3D turned on.

    2D-3D Conversion
    The TV does support the method of converting regular 2D sources to 3D - i watched some Star Wars in 3D and it did do a good job. Its a good feature but not always effective.

    Sound
    I wasn't greatly impressed at first but after some minor tweaks in the settings it is better than it was - i will recommend that you turn on the surround sound setting thingy in the menu makes it much better.

    Energy Saving Feature
    TURN IT OFF, i know its a good feature to have for people if they want to help the environment but i will say if you want to experience blu-rays properly then turn it off!
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    Size: 42 - inch Verified Purchase
    I'm an old hat when it comes to HD, I've been at it almost as long as it was possible to do. When it came to 3D though I retained a degree cynicism. 3D in the consumer market is still moderately new and I was not at all sold on the idea of expensive active shutter glasses which do not lend well to family or group viewing without paying almost as much as the TV all over again.

    When I saw the LG advertised originally I maintained my corporate cynicism however our main TV developed some rather unsightly marks internally, akin to bubbling and this forced me to think hard about 'what next'.

    Eventually, exhausted from reading hundreds of web pages about 3DTV, I took the plunge. It arrived before I had any material to watch. That aside, once it was connected up and run on "normal HD" content I couldn't believe my eyes - it was almost like being reborn, the difference between this and my previous Philips high end HDTV was remarkable. I was very impressed indeed. Even my wife commented and she takes a great deal of convincing.

    Fortunately I have Sky+ HD so 3D was a web-visit away, while I started hunting down the desirable 3D titles on BD. The 3D experience was truly superb, faultless. My wife who is a permanent glasses-wearer found placing the supplied passive spec's over her own to not be unpleasant and can easily sit through a full film without discomfort. As to me with 20/20 vision, I have as yet experience no unpleasant 3D "side-effects" like nausea, headaches, despite watching up to 3 3D movies in a row during a 3D marathon.

    I would have to place this TV as my star buy of the last 5 years, no quibbling. Thank you LG for an excellent product!
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