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      27.07.2015 19:58
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      • "great for bedrooms or a PC monitor too"
      • "great price"
      • "great picture"
      • "great sound"


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      AN LG television that is well worth watching .... excellent

      This is the 17 inch version, but there are other versions of different sizes, with the screen size showing in the televisions title, after LG.
      This one is best used in a smaller room, such as a bedroom as the screen isn't the biggest.
      There are a few controls on the top of the television, those being the power, input, menu, 'OK', volume up and downs and finally channel up and down.
      There are more controls on the remote but the one on the television are there in case you need them.

      On the rear there are all the ports. These being the scart, video input, RGB in, PC in, aerial, headphones and s-video. So the bases are covered when it comes to connecting external devices, although it does only have on scart socket, which can cause issues.

      It can be wall mounted, but make sure that you buy the right bracket, or it can simply sit in its stand and on a table in the room. You do have to connect the stand but this takes seconds and once done it's done.
      Then, setting it up to store the freeview channels, as it has built in freeview, which all televisions have these days. But setting this television up takes about a minute, once you've plugged in the right cables into the right sockets.
      The on screen instructions are fool proof and take no time at all to get going.

      The remote is simple to understand, having all the buttons you need to get what you want from the television. The usual number buttons, coloured button, input, TV, power, a cursor, an 'OK' and a lot more. With all the button clearly labelled so that it is easy to see which is which.
      The picture quality is second to none, as is the sound too, which is what you want in a television. Sitting in front of it watching a film, or what ever, is nice on the eyes and the ears. Plus, you get the option of changing the sound and picture setting to suit what you are watching, be that a movie or a music clip.

      This television sell for about £150 which is money well spent in my eyes. Plus, if you want to, you can just use it as a PC monitor as it has all the ports needed to be one.


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