LG 42LD450.AWMQ- Televisión Full HD, Pantalla LCD 42 pulgadas
Descripción del producto
Televisor LCD de 42 pulgadas
Además de disponer de una resolución en panel FULLHD1920x1080P ahora podrás disfrutar de la TDT de Alta Definición.
Sintonizador TDT Full HD.
Ya puedes disfrutar de la TDT de Alta Definición.
Televisor FULL HD 1080p
Máxima definición de la imagen, disfruta de la mejor calidad 1080p.
Disfruta de tus fotos en JPEG, así como canciones en MP3 directamente conectando un USB.
Inmejorable diseño con altavoces ocultos. El televisor actúa como caja de resonancia, obteniendo un sonido más potente y nítido.
Energy Saving Plus.
Ahorra energía hasta un 60% con este ajuste automático del televisor acorde a la iluminación de la sala. Además, gracias al interruptor de apagado también se reduce un 84% mientras no se utiliza el televisor.
El ajuste de la imagen puede ser algo muy subjetivo y además depende de la iluminación de la habitación. Si deseas ajustar manualmente los parámetros de la imagen del televisor, utiliza el Asistente de Imagen, que de una manera muy sencilla e intuitiva te guiará para ajustarla a tu gusto.
Consigue una mayor cantidad de colores con la última versión del conector HDMI 1.3.
Altavoces incorporados: Y
Altura: 635 mm
Ancho: 1023 mm
Audio (L,R) salida: -
Bloqueo para niños: Y
Brillo de pantalla: 500 cd / m²
Cantidad de puertos RGB: 1
Cantidad de puertos SCART: 1
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 1
Consumo de energía (inactivo): 0.3 W
Consumo energético: 134 W
De audio (L, R) en: 1
Entrada de audio para PC: Y
Entrada de video compuesto: 1
Escaneado progresivo: N
Full HD: Y
Funciones de teletexto: Y
Guía electrónica de programación: Y
Interfaz común: N
LED de suspendido: Y
Longitud del dispositivo (con soporte): 1023 mm
Mando a distancia: Y
Modo de juego: Y
Modos inteligentes: Vivo, Natural, Cinema, Game, Estándar, Movie
Montaje VESA: 200 x 200 mm
Número de altavoces: 2 piezas
Número de conexiones de AV: 1
Número de puertos HDMI: 1
Número de puertos RF: 1
PC (D-Sub): Y
Peso: 13.5 kg
Potencia estimada RMS: 20 W
Profundidad: 77 mm
Proporción latitud-altura: 16:9
Puerto - RS-232: 1
Relación de contraste (dinámico): 60000:1
Resolución de la pantalla: 1920 x 1080 Pixeles
Tamaño de pantalla en diagonal: 1066.8 mm (42 ")
Tasa de movimiento de alta frecuencia: 50 Hz
Temporizador Encendido/Apagado: Y
Temporizador de apagado: Y
Tiempo de respuesta: 4 ms
Video componente (YPbPr/YCbCr) in: 1
Ángulo de visión, horizontal: 178 °
Ángulo de visión, vertical: 178 °
Opiniones de clientes
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This TV is simply lovely so far. The setup was a bit confusing at first and the stand is not the best I've ever seen but the instructions for setting up the stand were adequate and I was able to get the TV up and running in about ten minutes (the first five of which I sat confused).
Really, the negatives on this purchase stopped after the setup and the stand. Besides the stand, this TV is just pretty. One of the first things that stood out to me was the fact that the screen is so sleek and does not reflect any glares at all. Also, I had read about a terrible viewing angle and I honestly watched this TV from the side with no difference in the picture at all. It's so big that it's practically impossible to have a bad seat in the room that you watch this TV.
If you plan on playing video games on this TV, you will not be disappointed in the least. The only issues I've had with the TV is getting my colors juuuust right, although the "Game" picture setting has sufficed very nicely.
The sound on the TV is great. It is centered and doesn't feel empty in the least. It is a very full and rich sound that will work just fine if you don't have an expensive surround sound system.
After paying [...] and receiving free two day shipping, I am literally ecstatic that I was able to nab such a nice TV. After spending the last three years with a 24" Insignia LCD that was 720p, I am ready to lock myself in my room.
If you are like me and can't shell out more than 500 dollars for an HD TV, this is the TV you want to pick up right away. I simply cannot find anything that I dislike beyond the stand itself that makes me rate this any less than 5 stars.
Don't be alarmed by the 60hz refresh rate, I honestly can't see how 60hz is so inferior to 120. Especially when 120hz is almost 500 dollars more expensive.
Trust me, if you are on the fence about this TV -- take the leap. This coming from a 21 year old college student who is now going to be the most popular person on his floor.
Of course this was now the time to do real research on HD- should I go with LCD, plasma, or LED. With my extensive research I decided on LCD- plasma seemed to have better blacks but also came with extreme sensitivity and some major problems, LED was new and a great concept but overall it has not been tweeked enough for the color to excel. So I decide get LCD and wait on the LED for next time (which will hopefully be in 10 years, haha).
Next to decide was 60 hz or spend the extra $$ for 120 hz. After again extensive research I decided the 120 hz would not be of any use for me only because the blue ray DVD player (ps3) I had would not be able to transmit anything beyond 60 hz. So even if I bought a TV with 120 hz I wouldn't be using it, I would still only be using 60 hz. So if you have a blue ray DVD player or cable/satellite find out what it's capabillities are or if you are willing to spend more to upgrade those also. It mostly effects sports, and I am a football fan but I have seen no issues with the 60 hz.
The next and biggest issue of them all, which manufacturer and which model? At first I was set on getting another Sony television but after reading millions of reviews a lot of consumers noted that Sony just wasn't making quality televisions like they used to. Sony has some software issues, which can be solved by updating your TV often and Samsung (leading HD television manufacturer) has some seriously hardware problems. After looking through the reviews the consenus seemed that with Samsung it was either hit or miss. They purchase the glass from (2) different places, depending on which one they used for your TV you might get that high quality TV or you might get the one the breaks down right away. This to me was not worth it. Still a little set on Sony I looked into LG since I had believed they had pretty good quality products. This television was very highly rated overall. I loved how the LG was about $150 cheaper than the Sony. I also looked at inputs. I needed something for my VCR and for my blue ray. Sony did not had a port for the VCR which concerned me. Honestly my kids still watch the old movies I had as a kid. So make sure to figure out what kind of inputs you need and make sure the TV you buy has them!
Well to state the obvious I picked the LG over the Sony. I have had the TV for a few months now and have had no problems. The delivery was great. Setup was fairly easy- you do screw the TV on the stand but I love that it is so stable. It has gripping feet so it cannot slide around on the entertainment stand. The quality is good when I use a quality imput- blue ray or HD movies. You will notice the bad quality in older movies (VHS- yes I still use it!) and normal broadcasts not in HD.
Okay so my last and final statement- if you are like me, so worried about being ripped off that you will do endless hours of research I hope this saves you some time. I needed a good TV that would work- and this LG did the job at a good price. Just make the jump for it! And remember to get an HD cable (amazon has them cheap) and I would recommend getting HD cable or satellite in order to really see what the TV is capable of.