LG 47LE8900




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By DigitalVersus on 60

Without achieving brilliance, the LE8900 still produces a great picture. Its biggest failing is the the very weak contrast ratio of 770:1 that ensues when you turn off the dynamic backlighting. Its competitors can do much...

By Trusted Reviews on 90

With the high number at the end of the 47LE8900’s name immediately alerting us to its location in the upper reaches of LG’s current TV range, we were surprised to find that it doesn’t support any 3D capabilities - passive or active....

By CNET UK on 90

From the moment we turned it on, we knew the LG 47LE8900 was special. This 47-inch, LED-illuminated LCD TV's superb picture quality really impressed us, as did its understated styling. It's not all good news, though -- pictures display some...

By Pocket-lint on 80

Gorgeous styling, eye-popping Full LED pictures and a raft of cutting-edge features make the 47LE8900 an irresistible proposition, if you’re minted enough to afford its bank-bothering price tagKey specs3.5mm jack, Analogue audio, Bluetooth,...

By Whathifi.com on 100

The problem with direct LED backlighting (aka full array), is that it can add loads of depth to a flatscreen.Not here. has managed to cram a full panel of locally dimming LED backlights into a chassis measuring just 3.5cm in depth. The fancy tech...

By TechRadar on 80

The launch of this year's Infinia TVs sees LG pushing the design and specifications of its premium sets to a whole new level, and with its seamless, flush-fitting screens and outrageous nine-million-to-one contrast ratio claims, the Korean...

By T3 Magazine on 80

The seamless styling is pretty slick, but it's the superb full LED backlight that makes this set so...