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LG LV4400 LED HDTV

EXPIRED: LG 42LV4400 42-inch 1080p 120Hz Edge-lit LED HDTV (Refurbished)

42.0" Display - 1080p - 3 HDMI Ports - LED-LCD - 120Hz
LG 42LV4400 42-inch 1080p 120Hz Edge-lit LED HDTV (Refurbished)
list price:$899.99
savings:$530
NewEgg via eBay$369.99
expiredAug 04
shipping:Free shipping
EXPIRED: Aug 04
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This LG 42LV4400 Edge-lit LED HDTV is a relatively no-frills set, but you'll be getting your money's worth. While it doesn't offer WiFi or Ethernet content streaming, you'll be able to listen to music, watch a wide variety of compressed videos, and look at pictures from a portable USB drive. LG's TruMotion 120Hz refresh rate makes sports and fast-action look smoother, and it's got a matte screen to reduce problems with reflections. An extensive Amazon review states that this set "is capable of producing an excellent picture that will rival any mid-range TV" and recommends the set to "anyone trying to get the best picture for the least amount of money."

If you've bought a Blu-ray player in the past year, you can probably already access Netflix and a host of other streaming content. So why pay a premium to get the same feature twice? If you're looking for a good deal on a relatively large screen, give the 42LV4400 serious consideration.

Price History

Showing price history since Nov 7, 2011
The average price for this deal since released is $518.90. Lowest historic price was $369.99 on Jun 3, 2013 at NewEgg.

      Past Editor’s Notes and Discussions

    • Daniel Brasher
      Daniel BrasherMay 23, 2012when the price was $459.99

      Best price we've seen so far on the LG 42LV4400 42-inch LED HDTV and $259 less than the next best price. Nice mid-range set if you don't need Smart TV integrated. (Personally I'd rather get a cheaper external product that has streaming functionality so if a service changes I can be up to date for around a hundred bucks rather than get a whole new TV set.)

    • HDTV_Buyer
      HDTV_BuyerApr 17, 2012when the price was $549.00

      This deal (LG 42LV4400) is no longer available.

    • Viet Do
      Viet DoApr 17, 2012when the price was $549.00

      thanks I've expired the deal. strangely the 42-inch 42LV4400 one is now quite expensive... prices are all above the $600 mark, making it close/as expensive as the bigger 47-inch 47LV4400 model. Craz.

    • MARVIN RODARET
      MARVIN RODARET Feb 07, 2012when the price was $529.00

      I bought this tv not knowing what to expect in the mist of having placed the order for it i read a lot of reviews and before recieving it i was nervous as to if i would end up sending it back to wal mart ! Out of the box and connected directly to the cable didn't impress me at all it looked blurry and i had to do sonme adjusting then but then i plugged it in to the home theatre dvd and i was surprised . All in all this is a TV that lives up to all it's other reviewes that you can read on it and everone else will tell you up front that this is a mid range set that you will most appreciate it after using it the way it was intended to be used like with a Hi Def cable service provider or Blue Ray through the HDMI connection on the back of the set . I would recommend this set to anyone that t wants to use it like for the bedroom but as a primary set where you will be entertaing guests and watching all your home movies and a blue ray i would recommend a Smart Tv . But as far as my Lg i wouldnt return it for anything this is my first flat screen of this calibur and i wouldnt return it even if you tried to pay me . Happy viewing .... Sincerely Marvin Rodarte Tijuana Mexico

    • Daniel Brasher
      Daniel BrasherNov 29, 2011when the price was $499.99

      Since Black Friday, Amazon has been oscillating the price on this LG 42LV4400 between $500 and $510. Right now it's at $500. Before Black Friday, this TV ran more in the $600+ range. It's not a fancy TV, but reviewers praise picture quality, and it does well with fast motion thanks to the 120Hz refresh rate. In gaming mode, it's 10-15ms behind, which isn't too bad.

    EXPIRED: LG 47LV4400 47-inch 1080p 120Hz Edge-lit LED HDTV (Refurbished)

    47.0" Display - 1080p - 3 HDMI Ports - LED-LCD - 120Hz
    LG 47LV4400 47-inch 1080p 120Hz Edge-lit LED HDTV (Refurbished)
    list price:$899.99
    savings:$530
    NewEgg via eBay$369.99
    expiredJun 03
    shipping:Free shipping
    EXPIRED: Jun 03
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    The LG 47LV4400 might make a great TV for your living room. Sports and video game fanatics will enjoy the action and adventure with TruMotion 120Hz eliminating visible motion blur. It is Energy Star qualified so it saves up to 30% of energy than other units. Its Intelligent Sensor and Enhanced Picture Noise Reduction automatically adjusts picture quality under different viewing conditions. With 3 HDMI inputs, USB, VGA, and a Full HD 1080p LED Backlit slim panel, the 47LV4400 offers a basic feature set for its current price. Before buying this set, you might want to read some Amazon user feedback to get to know some challenges you might face when you buy one as well as positive qualities of the set.

    Price History

    Showing price history since Nov 9, 2011
    The average price for this deal since released is $626.99. Lowest historic price was $374.99 on May 31, 2013 at NewEgg.

        Past Editor’s Notes and Discussions

      • tonto
        tontoJun 02, 2013

        The current deal link is for a 32 inch tv.

      • Viet Do
        Viet DoJun 03, 2013

        Woops thanks. Looks its the 42-inch version and we somehow linked it to the 47-inch. Fixed

      • Daniel Brasher
        Daniel BrasherOct 17, 2012when the price was $449.99 with 1 coupon for $100.00 off

        Best price we've seen on the LG 47LV4400 LED HDTV. For a refurb 47-inch name-brand TV, $450 is pretty darn cheap. This line is well-liked by reviewers looking for a mid-range HDTV capable of fast-motion but unconcerned with 3D, Internet connectivity, and other bells and whistles. Remember you can make your TV "smart"er by adding a modern Blu-ray player, Roku, or similar streaming source - often for less money than it'd cost to get a higher-end TV with the features integrated.

      • Daniel Brasher
        Daniel BrasherAug 06, 2012when the price was $499.99

        Very nice deal on this LG 47LV4400 TV via Woot! today. If you're willing to pay $5 shipping, you'll get a 47-inch 120Hz LED set for half a grand. No frills, but that means all of your money went into picture quality and not some derpy streaming service you may not even use. Next best is $95 more.

      • HDTV_buyer
        HDTV_buyer May 15, 2012when the price was $499.99

        Amazon hyperlink in the description does not work.

      • Viet Do
        Viet DoMay 15, 2012when the price was $499.99

        Hmm looks like Amazon did away with the 47LV4400 hence the reviews are gone. I've removed the link for now pending a replacement for more resources. Replaced with the 47LV5500 & 47LS5700.

      • Viet Do
        Viet DoMay 13, 2012when the price was $499.99

        Available again at Tiger Direct, the popular 47LV4400 series of LG edge-lit LED HDTV is now only $499.99 for the refurbished model. New, it retails for about $200 more at $720+.

      EXPIRED: LG 55LV4400 55-inch 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV (Refurbished)

      55.0" Display - 1080p - 3 HDMI Ports - LED-LCD - 120Hz
      LG 55LV4400 55-inch 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV (Refurbished)
      list price:$1,199.99
      savings:$500
      TigerDirect$699.99
      expiredFeb 11
      shipping:$79
      EXPIRED: Feb 11
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      Check out LG's product page for the 55LV4400. Its smaller sibling the LG 42LV4400 has been an Amazon bestseller for a while. This is a very straight-forward set with no Internet connectivity, but if you want to save some money and not pay twice for that feature, just be sure to get a Blu-ray player made in the last year, and it'll probably have the streaming services you want.

      Price History

      Showing price history since Nov 21, 2011
      The average price for this deal since released is $872.73. Lowest historic price was $778.99 on Dec 11, 2012 at TigerDirect.

          Past Editor’s Notes and Discussions

        • Daniel Brasher
          Daniel BrasherSep 13, 2012when the price was $749.99

          This refurb LG 55LV4400 HDTV is the cheapest we've seen it since starting to track it nearly a year ago. It's a popular pick for a no-frills set, and at well under a grand, it's great bang for your buck for a 55-inch screen. Reviews are mostly very positive, with subpar sound quality being the most common complaint. But if you're picking up a TV that's nearly five feet wide, you should throw down for a cheap surround system so your ears don't get jealous.

        • Daniel Brasher
          Daniel BrasherMay 04, 2012when the price was $799.99

          Lowest price we've seen on the LG 55LV4400 55-inch LED set in 5 months, and $133 off the next best price. Mostly very good reviews. Sound is supposedly mediocre, but hopefully you'll get at least a sub-$200 home theater-in-a-box to accompany a 55-inch HDTV. No Smart TV, but if you have a Blu-ray player made in the last couple years, you're probably set already.

        • AP
          APMay 21, 2012when the price was $799.99

          expired. back up to $850

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        3. expiredFeb 11, 2013
          55" LG 55LV4400 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV (Refurbished)
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