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LG Infinia 65LW6500 65-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Four Pairs of 3D Glasses

LG Infinia 65LW6500 65-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Four Pairs of 3D Glasses
LG Infinia 65LW6500 65-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Four Pairs of 3D Glasses


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LG Infinia 65LW6500 65-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Four Pairs of 3D Glasses


LG Infinia 65LW6500 65-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Four Pairs of 3D Glasses

If you enjoy the depth, realism and entertainment of 3D at the theater, you’ll love having it at home with LG Cinema 3D on the LW6500 TV. And it’s not just 3D. It’s crisp 3D on a brilliant LED Plus display. On top of that, it’s locked and loaded with virtually limitless entertainment capabilities of LG Smart TV. Staying in has never looked better. This is what home entertainment is all about. Dimensions: 61 in x 13.4 in x 39.8 in – With stand , 61.2″ x 37.0″ x 1.7″ Without stand

3D Technology Checklist This product is 3D-related. To help you get a great 3D experience, use the checklist below to ensure you have everything you need. 3D viewing requires: A Display
First, you’ll need a 3D-ready display–whether it’s a 3D HDTV, 3D projector, or 3D computer monitor. These displays have more processing power than standard 2D models for displaying 3D images in rapid succession. A Source
Your display may be ready for 3D playback, but you’ll still need a device to

  • LG’s Cinema 3D technology delivers flicker free, wide angle viewing through use of lightweight, inexpensive, battery free glasses (included: four pairs of glasses)
  • Smart TV allows you to access limitless content, thousands of movies, downloadable apps, videos and the best of the web all organized in a simple to use interface
  • Enjoy your favorite 2D movies and shows in immersive 3D with LG’s 2D to 3D conversion feature. 3D Technology: Passive-3D compatible
  • TruMotion 120Hz technology,Power consumption operational:240 Watt,0.1 Watt (Standby)

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  1. 133 of 137 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Not perfect, but overall very good., July 24, 2011
    By 
    E.L.
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    This review is from: LG Infinia 65LW6500 65-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Four Pairs of 3D Glasses (Electronics)

    So, I have the 65lw6500 I got from here. Delivered no problem in one week. It replaced an LG 55LH90.
    Here are my thoughts after a few days with it in no particular order. By the way, a little background on me….used to be REALLY into home theater, then I got married, so now I just enjoy it. I’m happy with the 80% solution. I have excellent vision and don’t get motion sick or anything else like that. I do not like active shutter at all. It just irritates me, and the dimming and flickering I see when I move my head is a total deal breaker. YMMV

    Anyway:

    -it’s freaking heavy. Also, it just seems huge compared to my 55″. FYI, I sit about 10 feet.

    -2d is very good. Surprisingly even good on SD content from Dish Network and older stuff on Netflix. Completely watchable.

    - 3d is fantastic. Tangled is WOW! Of course, good source material makes a world of difference. Green Hornet added nothing in 3d, whereas Tangled was actually a more enjoyable movie in 3d. It was like a different film. I haven’t seen any 3d issues.

    -there is some flash lighting from the corners. I can tell a difference in blacks from my LH90 that had full local dimming backlight. (this does NOT have local dimming, unlike the 55 and 47 model 6500 listed in the table above. It’s slightly annoying to me, but my wife doesn’t even notice…also, I didn’t point it out to her. Some things you just can’t unsee. It improved as I adjusted the settings. The picture wizard is quite good.

    -the edge lighting is more viewable as you move to the opposite side. For example, if I sit left of center, the right side of the screen becomes “less black” because of that side’s edge light. Vice versa

    - the magic remote is pretty nice, but not totally necessary..I wouldn’t spend extra if it wasn’t already included. There’s not really any better way to explain it than comparing it to a Wii Remote. it also comes with another remote that has more buttons. Neither is what I would call a universal remote.

    -the built in apps are cool. If you have a receiver with ARC, it’s great to just click on Netflix, vudu, whatever and have the receiver switch over. The apps also work well. There are maybe 20apps or so? Netflix, Hulu, Amazon on demand (yes, watch the free stuff if you have Prime shipping), Pandora, Facebook, and some other ones that I don’t recall.

    -PS3 and Xbox 360 with kinect work just fine through my Onkyo r360 receiver. PS3 played Tangled blu ray with zero issues. I even put Ratchet and Clank in 3d conversion mode and it was pretty cool.

    -speaking of, the 2d to 3d conversion is fun. It doesn’t always work, but I’d say it’s probably 85% right. I played Spongebob from Netflix and it got it mostly right, but there were times where his body, pants and legs were in the foreground, but his belt would be put in the background. Stuff like that. Generally, though, really cool.

    In all, I like it. If you are the kind of person who NEEDS the blackest blacks, don’t get it. But, passive 3d, large screen and 3d conversion sold me vs some other sets.

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  2. 84 of 88 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing TV Set, July 8, 2011
    By 
    ringnjc
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    This review is from: LG Infinia 65LW6500 65-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Four Pairs of 3D Glasses (Electronics)

    Install:
    Just received the TV yesterday via freight shipping. Package was in great shape and the delivery men wanted me to open the box and test the TV before they left. This set is absolutely stunning even when it is off! The great news is that it’s even more amazing on. It is fairly thin at less than 1″ and is a claimed 93lbs without the stand. It seemed alot heavier, but it may just be the sheer size of the TV that makes the weight awkward to handle. I mounted it with a super slim Sanus mount with the help of another person, of course, I’m no hulk! I did not have an inset electrical outlet, so I had to buy one of those flat three prong extension cords in order to be able to get the TV close enough to the wall to snap in the bottom. Since I mounted it above my fireplace mantle I got a tilting mount so that I could tilt the set downward since it sits about 5.5′ above the ground.
    Features:
    I was most excited about the Cinema 3D so I will start there:
    -uses the same cheap glasses as in the theaters, which is great.
    -they are light weight and no worries if a kid breaks them, plus we have a collection of smaller glasses the kids get when going to see a 3D flick.
    -The 3D quality is bright, very dimensional, and does not give me a migraine like the active shutter sets do. There is no flickering and dimming.
    -True 3D content from the HD satellite Receiver or blu-ray is just gorgeous. better than the theaters as the screen is brighter.
    -2D to 3D actually works and adds dimension to almost any show you’re watching. It’s fun to play with.
    -My overall opinion is that Cinema 3D is the new standard until we can all go sans glasses some day

    2D HD quality:
    I am no videophile, but the pure 2D HD quality is fantastic, and amazing considering this set is 65″.
    Colors are vibrant, blacks are deep, overall i am very pleased.

    Apps and Magic remote:
    -the Magic remote is very much like a Wii remote and really makes using the apps, web browser and other features a breeze. you can also download the LG TV remote for your ios device and control the TV that way, worked really well.
    -There are the standard set of apps including netflix as well as other freebies and ones you can buy. There is 256mb of built in storage, but with a limited amount of apps, and most coming in under 5mb, storage space won’t be an issue, and you may be able to harness an extra USB stick, but I am not 100% sure.

    Wireless adaptor:
    I could not get the included wireless adapter to work with my d-Link wireless router, so I had to pull out my old trusty Linksys G router and the LG adapter recognized it right away. I tried many security options, and wireless speeds to no avail on the d-link, which works with every other device in my house, PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Vizio TV, etc…

    Conclusion:
    For around $3000 I don’t think you’ll find a more desirable and feature rich set out there.

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  3. 64 of 66 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice, but not perfect, August 14, 2011
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    Mike
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    This is a nice TV but it has some flaws. Unfortunately all 3D televisions sold at this time have flaws so you have to pick your battles. I was torn between the 65 inch Panasonic Plasma or this set as both are about the same price. A friend bought a Panasonic GT30 series and has constant issues with burn in (real burn-in, not just IR) as the newest plasmas seem to have worse issues with that than the older 2009-2010 models. Not sure why the newer (3D) plasmas have issues with IR and burn-in like early plasmas, but I’m a gamer and I didn’t want to have to worry about burn-in. I already knew that the picture wouldn’t be quite as uniform and not to expect jet blacks so I wasn’t surprised when I saw some light bleed at the edges of this set on a totally black scene or some very faint clouding on perfectly uniform scenes like a white background in a commercial. Fortunately the mura and cloudiness are quite faint and are confined to the edges so they are not nearly as bad as the Sharp Aquos 65D64U 65 inch LCD it replaced. Here’s a rundown of the pros and cons that I’ve found in just a few days of ownership.

    Pros
    (1) Bright, sharp, very detailed picture.
    (2) No one in the family had issues with seeing lines in the passive 3D picture.
    (3) 3D picture is fantastic. No headaches from wearing heavy active glasses.
    (4) Vertical offset not really an issue at typical viewing distances, even with wall mounting.
    (5) Good smart TV apps, but I don’t use those much.
    (6) Off angle (side) viewing is excellent: very little contrast/color shift.
    (7) Massive array of settings/features: could be a “con” too as you can get lost in them!
    (8) Nice sturdy base has left/right swivel.
    (9) Tru Motion option is incredible: can smooth out any slow-frame-rate source.

    Cons
    (1) ~150ms lag w/default settings, see [...]
    (2) Can’t use optical audio out on TV to sync sound because it only passes stereo sound.
    (3) Blacks are not plasma black obviously, but not bad for an LCD.
    (4) Some mura and light bleeding but improved by massaging screen stress points w/cloth.
    (5) Incredibly annoying idiot warning w/3D content: can’t be disabled.
    (6) Glossy screen shows every reflection: reflections can ruin the 3D effect.

    Summary: overall I’m quite happy with this set. The passive 3D is better than I expected and comparable to my friend’s Panasonic GT30 plasma in quality. Half-res 3D due to the passive technology doesn’t seem to be a factor beyond about 8 feet. And no one should buy an LCD expecting perfectly uniform picture and jet blacks like a plasma. So from what I was expecting, I’m quite impressed. This set lost one star in my review for two primary reasons: the set can’t pass proper DD 5.1 sound from HDMI input to optical out, and because of the idiotic warning that pops up every time you go from 2D to 3D mode. LG needs to add a way to acknowledge that warning once and then not display it in the future.

    Mike

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