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Competition To mark the launch of its stylish LF7700 Freesat-fitted LCD TV range, LG has joined up with Register Hardware to give one lucky reader a 42in telly of their very own - complete with a full TV installation and set-up package.

The 42LF7700 comes ready to pick up and show Freeview terrestrial digital TV broadcasts, but it'll also let you tune into free-to-air satellite service Freesat if you have a suitable dish installed. Freesat provides a stack of gratis HD content from the BBC and ITV.

LG 42LF7700

Freesat offers an HD advantage that Freeview has yet to deliver

For your viewing pleasure, the 42LF7700 has HDMI, Scart, DVI and a host of other ports to hook up Blu-ray boxes, games consoles, PCs and even your old VCR and display their output at up to 1080p Full HD resolution.

And with is 100Hz screen technology, out goes ghosty high-speed movement, replaced by clearly defined motion - the way HD was meant to be.

To find out more, check out Register Hardware's full review of the 42LF7700.

To win the set, all you have to do is fill in the form below and answer three questions. Please make sure you include your name and a valid email address, as a confirmation email will be sent to the winner to which he or she must respond.

LG will deliver the prize to the winner, install the TV and provide full assistance setting it up. You'll even be able to review the 42LF7700, with your bouquets and brickbats filmed by LG and posted here on Register Hardware and LG's website.

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Entry to the competition is free. Sorry, but the competition is only open to readers resident in the UK. If you don't have a satellite dish, you'll need to have one installed if you wish to view Freesat content. The competition closes at Midnight, 5 June 2009. ®

This competition is now closed.

Terms and Conditions
The Register Hardware LG 42LF7700 HDTV competition is open to all readers of Register Hardware resident in the UK aged 18 or over. No purchase is necessary to enter the competition. The prize consists solely of one 42LF7700 as used by Register Hardware to review the product, plus full installation and technical training by LG. Freesat viewing requires the installation of a suitable receiver dish which is not included in the prize.

The Competition is not open to employees of LG, Situation Publishing Ltd, their families or agents. Multiple entries will be disqualified. Only one entry is permitted per household. No cash alternatives will be offered. The prize is subject to availability and if, due to circumstances beyond Register Hardware's control, we are unable to provide the stated prize, an alternative prize of equivalent value will be supplied. Register Hardware will not be liable if the prize does not reach the winner for reasons beyond our control, or if the prize is damaged during delivery.

Each entrant must supply a valid email address to which a confirmation email will be sent should the entrant's name be drawn. The winner will be the first name drawn from entrants who have correctly answered the questions posed. Winners will be notified by email with 28 days of the closing date, and must respond within one week. Winners who do not respond within this time may be disqualified and another winner drawn in their place. The editor's decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into. Closing date: Midnight, Friday, 5 June 2009.

By entering the competition you agree to have your supplied personal details passed to the sponsor so that they can contact you with further information about their company, products and services. You agree to answer five questions on camera concerning your experience with the 42LF7700 and to allow the resulting video to be shown by LG and Register Hardware.

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