The 42LG3000 features within LG’s budget range so it’s unfair to expect premium design and performance. However, it’s certainly stylish enough to b a welcome addition to most front rooms and is made to a quality that most would be very happy with.
The gloss on this TV is not as glossy, but that stands in its favour actually. The machine itself is built to be friendly, the interface is intuitive.
You might be nervous looking at the 1366 x 768 resolution. But, if you use Expert Mode there is a plethora of picture adjustment to play with. And, for a budget line TV, it has a very healthy 3 HDMIs and a 15,000:1 contrast ratio.
The inclusion of the ‘XD engine’ is fab and looks after picture processing by improving the quality of incoming feeds and then the representation of them.
And the rest of the LG cabinet are there – LG’s clear voice technology ensures background noise is minimised and human voice is clear.
Rather than adjusting the picture manually, you can slip between LG’s Cinema, Sport, and Game modes.
At £500 for a 42 incher, it’s a great performer.or its category its unbeatable.
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