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LG 22LS4D review

High quality pictures from this user-friendly LCD TV

The LG 22LS4D impressed us with its decent handling of both standard and high definition material

TechRadar Verdict

Not the best 22-inch around, but puts in a solid performance for a fair price nonetheless

Pros

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    Attractive styling

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    Good picture performance

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    User-friendly

Cons

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    Poor audio

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    Some motion blur

Arguably one of the nicest looking sets in its class, the LG 22LS4D is very easy to use.

The Korean company's colourful and clear menus are a joy to navigate and make getting up and running, as well as tailoring the picture, an absolute doddle.

Decent high-def pictures

The picture itself is reasonably solid, without being spectacular, with a decent palette and a good amount of detail adding up to a pretty enjoyable watch.

The set does slip up on movement, which is slightly crude and juddery, but the overall experience is pleasant and watchable and the LG handles Freeview, standard and high-definition discs even-handedly.

Feeble audio with a marked lack of bass, but what did you expect from a 22in set?

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