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LG 55LX6500 55-Inch 3D 1080p 240 Hz LED Plus LCD HDTV, Espresso

LG 55LX6500 55-Inch 3D 1080p 240  Hz LED Plus LCD HDTV, Espresso
LG 55LX6500 55-Inch 3D 1080p 240  Hz LED Plus LCD HDTV, Espresso


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LG 55LX6500 55-Inch 3D 1080p 240 Hz LED Plus LCD HDTV, Espresso


LG 55LX6500 55-Inch 3D 1080p 240  Hz LED Plus LCD HDTV, Espresso

The LX6500 delivers 3D technology and a whole lot more. It lets you tap into the future of entertainment with broadband TV, cut free of your cable box and messy wires with Wireless HD and enjoy a host of other features that will bring your experience to the next level.This HDTV is Internet-ready. To view Internet apps on this TV, you may also need:
Broadband Internet service A router Cabling A Wi-Fi adapter (if there is not one built in) A PC for subscriptions or payments To learn more about Internet-ready HDTVs, visit Internet-Ready TV 101.
3D Technology Checklist This product is 3D-related. To help you get a great 3D experience, use our checklist below to ensure that you have everything you need. If you have any questions or want to learn more about 3D, we invite you to visit 3D 101–our center for everything 3D. To get started with 3D, please ensure that you have: A Display The first–and most important–item you’ll need is a 3D-ready display–whether it be a

  • 3D TV. LED Plus
  • NetCast Entertainment Access (Wi-Fi Ready)
  • Wireless 1080p Ready
  • TruMotion 240Hz
  • Espresso trim
  • Dynamic contrast ratio: 8,000,000:1
  • Speakers: 2 x 10W

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  1. 180 of 194 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    LG 55LX6500 55-Inch 3D 1080p 240 Hz LED Plus LCD HDTV with Internet Applications, October 26, 2010
    By 
    Simon R. Mouer “Professor” (Austin TX) –
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    This review is from: LG 55LX6500 55-Inch 3D 1080p 240 Hz LED Plus LCD HDTV, Espresso (Electronics)

    I bought the LG 55LX6500 HDTV as a bundled deal that included an LG BX580 3D/Network/BluRay player and four LG 3D glasses. In addition I bought the SquareDeal 4-year warranty and took advantage of the Amazon.com Store card’s 24 month no interest special financing deal, which was the deal-clincher for me. The entire bundle was around two and a half grand. I’ve seen that on this same model in Best Buy just for the TV, so the Amazon bundle was quite a deal. The entire bundle was free shipping (and no taxes). Overall, it was a deal I couldn’t pass up.

    DELIVERY
    The LG TV arrived in less than a week, the BluRay player afew days earlier, and the 3D active-shutter glasses arrived a couple weeks later. Neither the BluRay player, nor the HDTV comes with an HDMI cable. What LG supplies is the wimpy yellow, red, white low-resolution analog cable trio. Not including an HDMI high speed cable is, in my opinion, a poor marketing decision by LG because you can’t get the best picture without an HDMI cable hookup. But don’t be discouraged by it – the LG puts out a fantastic picture, and you can buy HDMI cables fairly cheaply on the internet, although the bubble wrapped varieties in retail stores are very pricey.

    When the LG HDTV arrived, the delivery service was supposed to hook it up and verify it works — power and picture, and sound – that’s all. They also advised me to keep the shipping box for at least a week, in case I decided to return it. They basically carried the unit upstairs, put the base together, mounted the TV on it, plugged it in, got the LG logo up on the screen, and static on the speakers. It was obvious they didn’t know squat about electronics, so I am happy with them not doing more. Anyway, I didn’t expect white glove service, and I’m happy with them just hauling it up the stairway.

    MOUNTING THE TV
    The base pedestal that comes with the TV swivels +20 degrees, but it does not tilt. So if that’s what you’ll be using, you’ll want the screen more or less at eye-level from wherever you’re viewing. The TV itself is mostly only an inche thick, but the pedestal base will require about 13-1/2 inches of solid, level surface, which gives you plenty of wall clearance to plug in your cables. The manual recommends tying the screen to a wall to keep it from inadvertently tipping forward.

    If you are going to mount the TV up on a wall, you will want a mount that both swivels and tilts. You won’t be able to mount the TV flush to the wall – it needs at least 4 inches of clearance, which most mounting systems will give it. All the suitable wall mounts I’ve seen run around $100 and up.

    HOOKING UP THE HDTV
    Most of us are going to hook up to our cable or satellite decoder box. The hookup choices are coaxial cable, red-white-yellow RCA cable trio, red-blue-green composite video cable (plus the red-white audio cable), and HDMI cable.

    Coaxial cable – That coaxial cable connector on the HDTV is only for an external antenna. But probably like most people upgrading from standard 3:4:5 analog TV to wide-screen HDTV, I just hooked the HDTV to the same coaxial cable out of the cable decoder box I just unhooked from the analog standard TV. BIG MISTAKE – DON’T DO IT – that old coaxial cable going from your cable decoder box to your old standard TV is absolutely the worst hookup to use for the HDTV! You will get a blurry picture and ghosting. Take that coaxial cable and stash it or trash it. The reason that coaxial cable causes such poor picture on your new wide-screen HDTV is that the digital signal into the cable/satellite decoder box is transformed into an analog radio frequency with an attendant loss in much of the digital information that HDTV requires to give you a superior picture. I even read some reviews where some buyers sent their new LG HDTV back because the picture was blurry. It’s the coaxial cable hookup that causes the bad picture, not the HDTV.

    red-white-yellow RCA cable trio — This was the standard analog hook up for audio-video peripherals for years. Most of us have these cables lying around, and one set is supplied with this LG HDTV. This connector type is there for backwards compatibility with your legacy peripherals that don’t have HDMI connectors. You can hook up the HDTV using this type cable to most cable/satellite decoder box. While it is significantly better than the coaxial cable, it still results in significant video and audio digital information loss. The yellow lead carries all the video signal as an analog signal – not digital, which results in the loss of full HD digital video information. The red and white leads are right and left audio channels only, and the full multi-channel sound out put of the TV is lost.

    Red-blue-green composite video – This cable trio is for the video signal only, you still have to have a separate audio cable, at least the red-white RCA left-right,…

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  2. 43 of 45 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    LG6500 TV, September 22, 2010
    By 
    M. PHIPPS (Attleboro, MA USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: LG 55LX6500 55-Inch 3D 1080p 240 Hz LED Plus LCD HDTV, Espresso (Electronics)

    After reading the first review I thought I needed to put in my 2 cents worth. I bought a package which included the TV, LG580 3D blu-ray player and a couple of pairs of glasses from Vanns since at the time they had the lower price. I have found this TV to be astounding in every way possible. It has a low refeclection screen which was important to me because my room can get very bright. You have to turn on the 240HZ mode which could explain the blur in the first review because I have none. The picture is absolutly beautiful and my old DVD’s played are so clear it’s like watching a soap opera. The sound isn’t bad from the TV but I have it hooked up to a digital receiver that is connected with optical cables so the sound is outstanding. I am streaming movies through the DVD player from Netflix and the picture is incredible. This may be do to the upgrade to HD or the fact that it is done through the DVD player and not the TV. The cables need tyo be upgraded from 3a to 4a or b because of the infomation they need to carry. I bought mine at amazon at abouut $20 per cable and their delivery is flawless. Now I have a 32″ old Old HD tv in the bedroom and the difference is like night and day’ I have had the TV for about a month so this is an early review but I enen enjoyed watching my Patroits lose to the Jets on it! Oh, I forgot to mention the LED part. This TV is about an inch thin so it doesn’t look like the 300 Lb monster I removed from the living room. led I believe makes the picture bright and clear with long life and the since it’s edge lit can shut off areas of the picture to make the blacks look very dark. Almost as good as a plasma.Update 5/24/2011: This TV has been flawless in all aspects that I can think of. Very happy with this purchase.

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  3. 34 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice LCD TV, Bad 3D TV, December 19, 2010
    By 
    dburckh
    This review is from: LG 55LX6500 55-Inch 3D 1080p 240 Hz LED Plus LCD HDTV, Espresso (Electronics)

    I have owned this TV for about a month now and I’ve been exploring the features. I use the TV primarily as a display hooked to a 5.1 audio receiver via HDMI (and optical out).

    THE GOOD:

    Picture Quality – Very good. I’m really impressed with how natural the skin tones are and I am picky. There are a ridiculous number of setting to tweak it as well.

    Netcast – LG has several popular applications built into the TV. The TV becomes it’s own entertainment system. We have used Netflix a lot. It uses the now standard Netflix interface. The video quality is exceptional. We have also played with YouTube. The YouTube interface is intuitive. The only down side I have seen is that it appears you are limited to playing a maximum of 360p video. No HD. Skype video chat is also available with the purchase of an optional video camera. It appears to be HD. There are also 2 pay per view movie “channels” and MLB.

    Looks – The TV has a bronze dithering on the bezel. At first I thought this would a turn off, but it actually looks quite nice. Of course, the 1.2″ thickness is very cool. The screen is a matte, so there is little reflection.

    USB Media – After I attached a USB HDD this thing played most things. Supported video formats H264 (even level 5.1, 4.1 45mbps), VC-1, MPEG-2. Only AC-3/EAC-3 and AAC audio so far. Containers: MKV, MP4/MOV, TS/M2TS (renamed to TS) and MPG. The notable exception was the .mov movies (PCM audio) produced by my Canon camera. Video, but now audio. Hopefully this will be fixed by a firmware update.

    THE BAD:

    3D – It just doesn’t work well. My TV suffers from something called crosstalk. 3D TV works by displaying the left eye and then switching to the right eye very quickly. The glasses make sure that your right eye is blocked when viewing the left eye. Crosstalk occurs when the left eye sees images intended for the right eye or vica versa. Best case, you see a ghost. Worst case you can see a triple image or the 3D just stops. It seems to be the worst when a light area is next to a dark area. The bad news is that this occurs in animation a lot. The worst news is that most of the 3D Blu-Rays available are animated. Finally, annoying 3D warnings that you can’t turn off and you see everytime the TV goes into 3D mode.

    Backlighting – When the image on the screen is mostly black with white text, you can see the black light. I don’t consider this a major issue as this is infrequent.

    Touch Controls – The “buttons” on the TV are touch and light up when you touch them. This is a cool thing to show, but hard to use. Turning on from the TV is particularly difficult as you can’t see the “on” button. Tip: To access the TV buttons, run your finger accross all the buttons. They will light up and then they are easier to find.

    THE OK:

    Yahoo Widgets – Although a little hard to get working, these are useful. I especially like the weather.

    Sound – Well, you just aren’t going to get great sound out of a thin TV. It is better than my last LCD.

    Network Playback – I was able to stream up to 720p video across my network (Gigabit). Music was ok.

    No ARC (Audio Return Channel) – Or at least it doesn’t work with my reciever (Denon 3311CI). Annoying because I had to run a second optical cable back to my receiver. Honestly, after reading the setup on my Denon I think the second cable is better anyway.

    3D Glasses (AG-S100) – The glasses are light and comfortable, but the ends dig in. Need to adjust them occasionally.

    CONCLUSION:

    Good TV if you don’t want to watch 3D Movies. Unfortunately, that is what a large number of people would buy this for. If you get it for the same price as an 2D TV and consider the 3D a bonus you will probably be happy with it. If it were a 2D TV, it would have probably gotten at least 4 stars.

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