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LG 47LM960V

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Based on 26 expert reviews
  • Excellent:
    13
  • Good:
    10
  • Average:
    3
  • Bad:
    0

Expert reviews and ratings

By Home Cinema Choice on 100

The humble television is changing. As if touched up by a troupe of Kubrick monkeys, yesterday's Full HD TV is now on course for a revolutionary image upgrade to 4K Ultra high-definition, an evolution fuelled by advances in panel production, the...

By Expert Reviews on 80

A great first effort for 4K, but this TV's way too expensive and is otherwise just like a regular LG TV...

By Wired UK on 80

The LG 84LM960V is big, and mostly beautiful. It looks terrific, doesn't disappoint in terms of sharpness and colour, and it certainly fills a room. Whether the extra inches justify a leap in price from the £2,500 of the 55-inch LG 55LM620S is open to...

By Pocket-lint on 80

LG’s 84LM960V provides a mouth-watering taste of tomorrow’s TV tech. It’s the ultimate early adopter super-screen TV. You almost certainly can’t afford it, but that doesn’t make it any less...

By Whathifi.com on 80

At £2000, the is at the upper end of the price spectrum. But at least the portents are good: we reviewed the 55in version – the – not so long ago, and if this variant can live up to that set’s four stars, it’ll be a strong contender.A slim profile,...

By theregister.co.uk on 80


 Overall, the 55LM960V can be considered a superior flatscreen with a fabulous feature roster. But there are caveats that prevent its picture performance rating higher than a B+ when you consider the asking price for the set. Close then, but no...

By avforums.com on 70

LG have come a long way over the last few years, moving from a brand that was primarily associated with budget sets, to the second largest TV manufacturer in the world. They made this transition through a combination of listening to feedback, getting the...

By Stuff.tv on 100

What's the best thing about passive 3D? The cheaper specs. They may 'only' show a half-HD 3D image, but they're the only sensible option if you want to get a bunch of your mates round for a movie or match in three dimensions. Helpfully, LG bundles five...

By TechRadar AU on 70

Given the success LG is enjoying with its mid-range TVs right now, there was every hope as we started testing it that the flagship 47LM960V was going to be some sort of TV masterpiece. Especially as it uses premium direct LED lighting. It makes a mighty...

By CNET UK on 100

It's not cheap, but the 47-inch LG 47LM960V is a beautiful TV that delivers great pictures and audio alongside class-leading smart TV...

By T3 Magazine on 80

A stylish upgrade on the brand's entry-level Cinema Screen TV - the 47LM670S - the LG 55LM960V combines passive 3D with a lively internet TV portal, engorged image processor and dual tuners: one Freeview HD, the other DVB-S2 satellite (for free-to-air...

By uk.hardware.info on

LG's 84LM960V is the first UHD television that we've tested, and we like what we see so far. UHD material looks fantastic with lots of detail and depth to the image. It's a shame that LG didn't invest more in the upscaling of HD material, something...

By uk.hardware.info on

LG's 55LM960V is a very attractive and thin TV with a different-looking base, and the image-quality is outstanding. The contrast was a little bit of a let-down, considering that the nano full LED technology has more potential. The colour rendering...

By HDTV Reviews on

It’s been a while since we were able to check out one of LG’s higher-end HDTVs, so we were naturally eager to review the LM960V series which is the Korean manufacturer’s flagship LED LCD TV range for 2012, comprising the 47-inch LG 47LM960V and the...

By Trusted Reviews on

47in direct LED TV passive 3D playback 7 pairs of glasses included Smart TV online services Nano tech for slimmer design We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: making a TV really, really skinny is all well and good so long as it doesn’t lead...

By Whathifi.com on 80

The proves something we've learned about Korea's two electronics giants: if there’s anything Samsung can do, LG can do it too.Hard-ish on the heels of Samsung’s splendid (a premium, voice-and-gesture-controllable LED-backlit LCD 3D...

International Review By Chip.de on 86

Highlight des LG 47LM960V ist die Direct-LED-Hintergrundbeleuchtung. Damit ist im Test die bei Edge-LED-TVs typische Wolkenbildung stark minimiert und auch sonst ist die Darstellungen meist tadellos. Im PAL-Modus stören aber Halos um bewegte Objekte....

International Review By Chip.de on 93

Nicht nur die enorme Bildschirmdiagonale (84 Zoll entsprechen 213 Zentimetern) und die Abmessungen des TVs sprengen den Rahmen des Normalen: Der LG bietet als eines der ersten Geräte Ultra High Definition (UHD) mit 3.840 x 2.160 Pixel...

International Review By SFT - Magazin on 97

Schon die Verpackung sorgt für große Augen – einen über zwei Meter langen Karton, der knapp 100 Kilogramm auf die Waage bringt, trägt man nicht "mal eben" zu zweit ins Testlabor. Nach dem schweißtreibenden Transport und der nicht minder anstrengenden...

International Review By bluray-disc.de on 90

Der 55LM960V von LG hat uns in jeder Hinsicht begeistert. Dank Full LED-Technik und Local Dimming kommen Farben, Kontraste und Schwarzwert des LCDs erstaunlich nah an das Niveau von Plasmafernseher heran. Daher sehen auf dem Gerät ganz...