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LG 22LD350 22-Inch 720p 60 Hz LCD HDTV

LG 22LD350 22-Inch 720p 60 Hz LCD HDTV
LG 22LD350 22-Inch 720p 60 Hz LCD HDTV


Product Added : June 23rd, 2013
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LG 22LD350 22-Inch 720p 60 Hz LCD HDTV


LG 22LD350 22-Inch 720p 60 Hz LCD HDTV

You know it’s time to start enjoying high definition and the LD350 is an easy way to get into it. This is a beautiful LCD with all of the innovations that make LG TVs a better viewing experience.A great way to get into high-definition entertainment, the affordable 22-inch LG 22LD350 LCD HDTV offers a 720p HD resolution, multiple AV Modes to optimize the picture depending on what you’re watching (Cinema, Sports, or Games), and a 50,000:1 contrast ratio for excellent rendering of colors and deep blacks. Other features include a 5ms (millisecond) response time, stereo speakers with 14 watts of power and Dolby Digital decoding, and three HDMI inputs. Key Features 50,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
No more worrying about dark scenes or dull colors. The dynamic contrast ratio of 50,000:1 delivers more stunning colors and deeper blacks than you can imagine. Picture Wizard
Get easy self-calibration with on-screen reference points for key picture quality elements such as black le

  • High Definition Resolution
  • 50,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  • Picture Wizard II
  • Smart Energy Savings
  • ISFccc Ready

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  1. 17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Great picture, clunky menus and horrible remote, October 13, 2010
    By 
    F. D. Gillett “Comparison Shopper” (NW Kansas) –
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    This review is from: LG 22LD350 22-Inch 720p 60 Hz LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    After the Samsung 22″ in my bedroom died a premature death, I decided to give LG a try since I’d heard great things about their products in general. The picture quality does not disappoint and is superb. It is far better than the Samsung it replaced, better than my Samsung 40″ 1080p and nearly as good as my 1080p 46″ Toshiba. Sound quality as with any flat panel TV I’ve owned isn’t very good. Don’t expect any bass response when watching anything with a good soundtrack. There are several adjustments for sound, none of which offer much improvement.

    The main menu has a myriad of options for adjusting the picture. You can choose from several pre-set modes or go into what they call the “expert” settings and fine tune to your exact preference using on-screen pictures and samples as your guide. When complete, you can save to either expert 1 or expert 2 so you can easily select your preference at any given time. There is also a menu selection for 3 energy saving or “eco” modes which seem to achieve results by darkening the picture. When performing the intial setup I used the auto program allowing the tv to scan for and lock in any channels I receive on my cable (no cable box) connection. All seemed well initially but when surfing through channels I noted on several occasions the tv would suddenly jump back to channel 2 and I would have to either surf again from that point or manually enter a higher channel number than what I’d been at. Eventually I figured out that it had entered into its memory channels 2-13 as TV and then 2-98 as CATV. Once I figured that out I went back into the menu and had to delete the TV channels 2-13 manually. Now I can surf channels without repeating. I have no idea why it duplicated channels 2-13 as none of those are available in this area without cable or satellite.

    I really have no issues with the main menu, it’s what LG calls the Quick menu that is absurdly redundant and which a person must access to use the sleep timer (more on that in my next paragraph). To use the quick menu, you navigate around a circle. The quick menu has several items which make no sense since they can be accessed through buttons on the remote as well as through the main menu. Some Quick Menu items actually require more button pushes to access them than they do if you use the main menu.

    The remote is by far the worst I’ve ever had. This is a small tv I use in my bedroom and is the first tv I’ve owned in the last 15 or 20 years that did not have a sleep timer button on the remote. If this is your primary tv, that isn’t a bad omission, but for a small set like this which is often used in a bedroom, the omission is annoying. To access the sleep timer you must either go through the main menu or to the quick menu both of which require about 8 button presses to access it. That in itself wouldn’t be quite so bad if it were not for the rubberized multi-directional pad which also includes the enter button in the middle. The pad must be used to move through both the main and quick menus. It requires a great deal of force to use, a simple press on the arrows or the enter button won’t work. After pressing hard enough to get it to work about half the time the menu item selector will go past the item you are trying to access or change. All other remote buttons work easily. Perhaps I got a defective remote, I don’t know. To solve the problem I’ve ordered a programmable remote which is also illuminated, the LG remote is not. Perhaps with a better remote I’d be able to better enjoy the excellent picture.

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  2. 10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Good HDTV and Good Buy!, November 6, 2010
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    L. J. Dunlap “Movie Fanatic” (Cincinnati, OH) –
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    This review is from: LG 22LD350 22-Inch 720p 60 Hz LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    I just recently purchased this HDTV for my parents for this Christmas. I decided to go ahead and set up in their room while are out of town and give it to them early. I’ve been very pleased with the performance of this television. I currently don’t have an HD Receiver hooked up to so I can’t comment completely on the 720p, but I did happen to see hooked with HD programming in the store and compared to the other sets of the same size, this one looks wonderful! Even watching standard definition programming looks stellar! The 22″ size is just perfect for a bedroom too and it fits inside my parents armoire perfectly. I’m coming from a 15″ television in there as well, so it’s a huge upgrade!

    But it basically is the size of not being really larger but also not being too small. You can make out everything on the screen really well, and the way the colors are broadcast is in a really rich and sharp way. And the absolute best part is the sound! It’s just unbelievable for such a small set. They have some sort of special sound on them called “Clear Voice”, I believe, and it really shines. When the background noise on whatever show your watching goes up, the television then boosts the people’s dialogue that are speaking, so you can clearly at a good volume hear everyone talking on the show. And it’s just really crisp and very loud. And this is an important thing to take into account when buying smaller HDTV’s. I’ve noticed the Samsung of the same size and resolution just has a horrible speaker set up that doesn’t come close to matching how good the LG’s sound is. YOu don’t even have to turn it up loud to get a grand volume.

    Overall this is just an amazing buy! If you’re going small there really is no need for anything larger than 720p, because at this size you really can’t tell the difference in the resolutions. And like I said above, even on standard definition programming, the picture shines! I would say that the price is not perfect, because I’ve seen similar sets go for $250 that are about the same quality. I payed $279 for mine, but with the quality I really think it’s money well spent. For yourself or for a present this is a great buy and I highly recommend it!!!

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  3. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    nice TV, January 8, 2011
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    Sandyy
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    This review is from: LG 22LD350 22-Inch 720p 60 Hz LCD HDTV (Electronics)

    At $269, this is a very nice TV. Unfortunately, American TV had it on sale for $199 a couple of weeks later (Amazon does not price match); but the TV is very nice – even sharper than the LG LCD that it replaced in about the same size. That TV was only 3 years old when the picture went out, so I was disappointed about that, but I do like LG’s, so I went with LG again.

    This TV is very lightweight. I have it in a kitchen and it is great. The stand is short on this TV so it fits nicely under my kitchen cabinets. If you want the TV to stand higher though, you may want to investigate further. On this LG 22LD350 TV, you have the ability to adjust many sound and picture features, so take a little time to go through the options and adjust to your liking. One benefit of this TV over the last one is that you can see the adjustments in the background as you’re making them. I highly recommend this unit.

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