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If there's one thing you can usually rely on LG to deliver somewhere in its TV range each year, it's groundbreakingly low pricing. The brand has already exploded the pricing of active 3D plasma technology with its PW450 series, including TVs such as the LG 42PW450T. Now it seems as if it might be trying to do the same thing for edge LED, courtesy of the LG 42LV450U. This 42-inch edge-lit TV costs only a trio of tenners over £500, and is selling for slightly less than this at times.However, it quickly becomes apparent that the LG 42LV450U might not be the bolt-on bargain it first appears. While it's a decent-looking, nicely built TV for the price, with its slender rear and glossy, glamorous bezel, it's certainly not overburdened with features. When it comes to multimedia support, for instance, the absence of a LAN port means you're restricted to playback of photo, music and MPEG-4/DivX movie files from USB flash drives. There's no DLNA PC connectivity or access to LG's online features. The lack of a LAN port also reveals that the TV doesn't even have a Freeview HD tuner.
By TechRadar, published 24-09-2011
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By TechRadar, published 09-11-2011
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By TechRadar, published 09-10-2011
The LG 42LV450U is a classy-looking, slender set that is equipped with edge LED lighting. It's nice to find, too, that there's a USB port available for playing back photo, music and video (including DivX HD) files from USB storage devices. But this is basically where the interesting specs end. There's no Freeview HD tuner, something LG has always been quick to introduce further down its TV range. ...