LG 55LM620T 55-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LED Cinema 3D Smart TV with Freeview HD and 4 Pairs of 3D Glasses

August 5, 2013 - Comment

LG Electronics LG 55 INCH LED Full HD 3D SMART MCI 400 55LM620TAEK LG 3D TV Product Features Built in High Definition (HDTV) – Yes Electrical Power Consumption Operating – 84.0 W Comfortable 3D Glasses Screen technology – LED Flicker-Free 3D TV

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LG Electronics LG 55 INCH LED Full HD 3D SMART MCI 400 55LM620TAEK LG 3D TV

Product Features

  • Built in High Definition (HDTV) – Yes
  • Electrical Power Consumption Operating – 84.0 W
  • Comfortable 3D Glasses
  • Screen technology – LED
  • Flicker-Free 3D TV

Comments

I. Fallon says:

Great TV at a great price point After lots of research into features and brands I settled on the LG 47LM620T. Sure it’s not the latest model (now it’s Jan 2013) but looking at the features introduced since this model, it looked like a great point of cost-benefit. I’m pretty critical when it comes to these things so am very pleased to say I am really pleased with it so far:+ Picture is fantastic, especially in HD. “Africa” on BBC HD is just stunning to watch. Take the time to set up the picture (using the many options) to suit it to yourself.Viewing your photos on the set (see DLNA below), they look excellent – the resolution is great and a great way to see them large and in detail.+ 2D to 3D system works better than you might think it would albeit a bit of a gimmic.+ 3D (passive) works like in the cinema. 4 sets of glasses come with it (which are big enough to go over my prescription glasses btw), and yes you can use those passive glasses from the cinema with it…

J. M. Symes "jms66" says:

Wow As usual I did loads of research before we went looking for a new tv. lg seems to have loads of reviews for other tv’s but not for this one as it is a new release. The price was £699 in Curry’s, the same price as we were going to pay for a 2d tv so we took the chance and bought it. I must say we were not dissapointed. From the box the set up was easy. It has 4 hdmi port so plenty of room for all your extras like xbox etc. The remote is easy to use and you will find a picture wizard in the listings to help you set your prefered viewing settings. The hd looked stunning and the 3d, wow, fantastic! We watched a wildlife programme and it looked like it was raining onto our carpet. This tv also has the ability to turn 2d to 3d which is great but not as good as a programme filmed in 3d but then you wouldn’t expect it to be right. You can also vary the 3d experience using the depth control, we have ours just over half way and thats fine for us but turn it all the way up and things…

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