The Holiday season is truly upon us because the commercials have already started and we are certain a few Christmas carols have been played in some stores. The worrying thing is, some people are just not prepared this year, although you are not alone because a huge percentage of people do leave things to the last minute.
Choosing a gift is a tough task, although for those that would love to purchase a new TV for a loved one, yet feel it is too much money to pay, then you are in luck because brands such as LG have a huge choice available, and if you are lucky today, you might be able to find a model at a lower than expected price, and the LG 43LH5700 43-inch Smart 1080p, 60Hz LED HDTV is a fine example.
There’s also the 49LH5700, which is the 49-inch version, but this might be stretching your budget just a little too far. Anyway, a 43-inch TV is more than enough for most people, and with it having Smart TV features, the lucky person receiving this gift will have access to hundreds of thousands of TV shows and movies, although you will have to pay to access some of these, such as Netflix and Amazon Video.
In terms of the LG 43LH5700 features, you get an LED screen with 1080P Full HD, a 6-Hz refresh rate, Smart Share, 20 watts total sound output, Virtual Surround Plus, built-in WiFi, 2HDMI inputs and also a USB port.
To get a better understanding it’s advisable to read a LG 43LH5700 TV review, and we have found several for this 2016 model TV. One such place is LG, where new reviews have already started to come in, and with sales expected to increase today, November 24, and also on the 25th, more reviews should come in. If you feel those 37 reviews are not enough, then Amazon has over 200 customer reviews, and Target has over 60, and so you are spoilt for choice. From what we can make out, the LG 43LH5700 review ratings are positive thanks to the better than average specs, and its low price.
If you are interested in this model, then you might want to download the manual or user guide.
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