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42LA6620

42" (106cm) Full HD Smart 3D LED LCD TV
Overall rating:
3 / 5
3
 / 
5
(2 reviews) 2
1 of 2(50%)reviewers recommend this product.
Customer reviews for 42LA6620
Review 1 for 42LA6620
Users gave these average ratings:
Rating 
1 / 5
1 / 5
Not so intellignet on media streaming. Only DLNA, really?
Smith
Posted15 September 2013
Would recommend:No, I do not recommend this product.
"The TV works fine for TV, Mirracast, dual play and the other features. However, there is a major shortcomming when it comes to media streaming. In this department all the TV offers is the old and non-permissions based (not secure) DLNA technology. Not good! When will LG put Media Link back (from the 2012 models) or release a PLEX application for the TV? Your TV is essentially the end user interface for delivery of all "Media" you want to watch. As the 2013 models stand there is no nice delivery of any streaming media from your connected HDD or Home NAS. A major shortcomming."
-4points
7of 18voted this as helpful.
Smith
fromSingapore
Posted15 September 2013
Gender:Male
Promotional Emails:No
Review 2 for 42LA6620
Users gave these average ratings:
Rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Excellent
BD Guy
Posted30 June 2013
Would recommend:Yes, I recommend this product.
"This is a TV which worth the money you spend to buy it. Picture quality is superb as well as the 3D output. But there is an improvement area in the sound output. The magic remote is also another superb staff to mention. And most importantly, it supports many video formats from the USB Drive. The TV is also easy to operate."
+13points
13of 13voted this as helpful.
BD Guy
fromBangladesh
Posted30 June 2013
Gender:Male
Promotional Emails:Yes
Comments (1)
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Posted byaussie pete
Sydney N.S.W.
on11 August 2013
This is the next TV I will be buying i have also notice that Bing Lee & Harvey Norman is now selling this TV for $1179 which is below the RRP that is being shown on this page
I at present own a 50 inch LG Plasma TV which i brought from Harvey Norman in
July 2006 for $6,000 about 6 months before the big price drop in TVs which was
probley due to the high Australian Dollar compared with the US Dollar
I also found by taking out the Harvey Norman Extended Warranty to
be well worth spending the money on as i had to have my TV Repaired several
times & it was done in my home while i was there even with 1 day to go before my
Warranty Expired Harvey Norman was still happy to have the TV fixed for me
0points
0of 0voted this comment as helpful.
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