expired LG CS460 42" Full High Definition LCD TV $398 (Save $248) at Harvey Norman

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LG CS460 42" Full High Definition LCD TV $398 (Save $248) at Harvey Norman. this is cheapest ever for this TV.

JB is selling it for $588.

Key Features

106cm / 42" LCD Screen

1920 x 1080 Resolution

Infinite Surround System

Intelligent Sensor

Smart Energy Saving

USB Movie Playback

USB Picture View

USB Music Playback

Built in HD Tuner

7 Day EPG (Electronic Program guide)

4,000,000:1:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio

Blu-Ray Ready

4.5 Star Energy Rating

Swivel Base

2 x HDMI Inputs


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    had a LG lcd in the past and vowed not to go back. but this may make me change my mind. anyone got any reviews on it?

    • -2 votes

      once you go LG, you never go back (to LG ie.)

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    Looks like a great deal but I can't find any reviews/discussion about this TV, anybody know if it's any good?

    • +1 vote

      Had a look in store, not a bad picture only real downsides are the 1 HDMI port and power usage (more than double the usage of the more expensive LG sitting next to it).

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    Cheep, Cheep!

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    DOH!!!!! haven't even got the Sanyo one from DSE yet…. Seems like a great deal

  • +1 vote

    To the OP, not sure where you saw that it has 2 HDMI inputs .. ? The HN website, LG website, and JBHifi website say this TV has only 1 HDMI port. Talk about useless!!

  • +2 votes

    LG must be better than Soniq/Pangoo I would have thought. I think this is a BARGAIN!

    • +6 votes

      Why no + then?

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    There's a short but positive review at Amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B007IYVUBY

    This OS site indicates it has 2 HDMI and can also play DivX HD http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/lg/42cs460/lg-4...

  • +5 votes

    Only 50hz though….

    • +11 votes

      First world problems

    • +2 votes

      there is a reason its $398!!! lol

      • +1 vote

        entry level full hd lcd tv..

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    Damn, still waiting on DSE Sanyo =(

  • +2 votes

    Only 1 hdmi, what a bummer. I could have managed with 2 hdmi though I really need 3 of them .
    Xbox360, PVR, Computer.

    • +5 votes

      My AMP handles all my HDMI inputs, and only one HDMI to the TV.

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  • +4 votes

    Can confirm that the display model i saw last night only had one HDMI input - possible deal breaker for some.

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      Even if you don't have an amp, with HDMI switches so cheap nowadays (under $5 on fleaBay for a 3 port), I honestly don't know why everyone keeps moaning about the single HDMI input??? :o

  • +1 vote

    this isnt one of LG' smart tv..

    • +8 votes

      Thanks Sherlock.

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    is this a better tv than the Sanyo one the DSE had on sale last weekend? a slightly bigger screen the pretty close specs…

    • +2 votes

      $30 extra with 1 less HDMI input but a better brand name on it?

      • +1 vote

        $70* it was going for $328 on the saturday

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    only 50hz :(

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    So is 50hz bad? hows the performance if im using it for bluray, xbox/ps3?

    • +3 votes

      50hz is fine.
      My folks have a 2011 50hz Samsung LED TV and AFL football and car racing looks very smooth.

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      not good if you watch alot of sport or play games. 100hz is what you want.

      • +5 votes

        If you play games you should set your TV input to "game mode" which turns off any extra processing, including 100hz, to reduce input lag.

        Then there's the problem of 100hz on many TVs giving movies the soap opera effect which a lot of people don't like.

        • +4 votes

          yeah I've rarely seen a TV do 100Hz+ that actually looks natural.

        • +1 vote

          If the tv is setup properly then that won't be an issue.

  • +1 vote

    Note: Ends Sunday 3/6/2012. Limit 1 per customer.

  • +3 votes

    I just bought one for my bedroom. Thanks OZBargain community. SAVED $248 for my Honeymoon. Thanks Again.

    • +2 votes

      Saved enough for a new video camera… :0)

  • +2 votes

    Bought 1 unit to replace my aging 21" samsung LCD. Thanks Ozbargain!!

  • -3 votes

    Just go to Jb and price beat it by 5%

    50hz and 100hz has a huge difference comparison when watching alot of Cg movies or things that have ripid image changes like racing-sports. 50hz has really bad judder. Best for 200hz, but then again price Tag triples, but quality Is flawless.

  • +1 vote

    Just a little concerned about the energy rating.
    It is 4.5 Starts at I think 455 kWh

    • +1 vote

      sorry but if your concerned about energy rating, maybe you shouldn't buy a tv lol

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    Just bought one. I'll pick it up tomorrow and see how it is. Real shame that there's only 1 hdmi input.. but I think we'll find a way around that.

    • +1 vote

      just use external amp to handle more HDMIs

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        Yeh, that was what I was gonna do :)

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    Ive just bought one today, very easy to set up. The tv looks ok for me at that price, the picture quality is acceptable, no thing impressive. There is one big problem for me with this tv is that there is no audio output port at all, so I cant connect the tv to my stereo system. I dont know that I can return the tv for that reason.

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      just pack it up in the box and sell it on ebay, doubt they'll take it back, they'll tell you that you should have read the specs before buying..

  • +1 vote

    1 x HDMI, no audio out and very power hungry. All definitely deal breakers. Not even worth the regular $646 or even the discounted $398.

    Makes the Sanyo 40" a much better deal for all those who purchased one from the recent DSE sale.

    • +2 votes

      but good enough for bedrooms or for the kids to play movies

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    Just picked mine up :)

  • +1 vote

    According to energyrating.gov.au

    LG has 4.5 stars and uses 456kwh/year.

    The Sanyo lcd40xr11f has 3.5 stars and uses 483kwh/year.

    So in terms of energy consumption the LG is slightly better and is 42 inch compared to the Sanyo at 40 inch. But both are energy hungry compared to new LED LCDs.

  • +1 vote

    So I've got the TV up and running. Not bad, definitely not something that will 'wow' you (as mentioned above) but for the price I think its a real bargain. Great if you want a new TV in your bedroom. :)

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    Out of stock in auburn HN, but the tv looks very simply; cheapest model

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      Compared to the 42/40" Soniq & Sanyo models that have been selling at this price point, the bezel on this LG looks much better. More of a dark brushed metal look than cheap glossy plastic.

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      They can take backorders. For those with GO Mastercard, they can do it on 6 months interest free too.

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