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LG Cinema Screen 47LM6700 47-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Six Pairs of 3D Glasses

LG Cinema Screen 47LM6700 47-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Six Pairs of 3D Glasses
LG Cinema Screen 47LM6700 47-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Six Pairs of 3D Glasses


Product Added : February 13th, 2013
Category : LED TV

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LG Cinema Screen 47LM6700 47-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Six Pairs of 3D Glasses


LG Cinema Screen 47LM6700 47-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Six Pairs of 3D Glasses

Series LG LM6700 Panasonic ST50
Samsung ES6500
Sony HX750
Models 47″, 55″ 50″, 55″, 60″, 65″
32″, 40″, 46″, 50″, 55″, 60″, 65″
46″, 55″
High Definition Resolution 1080p 1080p 1080p 1080p Display Technology Edge LED w/ Local Dimming
Plasma
Edge LED 
Edge LED w/ Local Dimming 
Refresh Rate 120Hz 600Hz 120Hz 240Hz 3D Technology Passive Active Active Active Internet TV Amazon Instant Video
Wi-Fi Built-in DLNA Certified Wireless Keyboard Compatible ENERGY STAR Qualified
HDMI/USB 4/3 3/2 3/3 4/2

        
Basic Specifications
Pixel Resolution:1920 x 1080
Backlight System: Edge LED w/ Local Dimming
Refresh Rate: 120Hz
Audio System: 10W + 10W
Tuning System: ATSC / Clear QAM / NTSC
Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 8,000,000:1<

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What customers say about LG Cinema Screen 47LM6700 47-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Six Pairs of 3D Glasses?

  1. 107 of 113 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Beautiful TV with a cool remote, March 21, 2012
    By 
    GKCMilner (Texas) –
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: LG Cinema Screen 47LM6700 47-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Six Pairs of 3D Glasses (Electronics)

    I have been using my TV for about 4-days now. I know Amazon has a separate shipping/packaging review area so I won’t let what happened reflect on this rating, but I do want to mention that the TV was shipped in the store box with no additional packaging or protection. The first TV arrived with a cracked screen, but Amazon overnighted another TV (packed the same way) and it arrived OK.

    I bought this TV based on my experience testing one at a local electronics store. I was really impressed with the 3D quality using passive glasses which was a requirement for me (I did not want active shutter); I also really liked the remote. I found it super easy to type in the search fields and to make on-screen selections. It’s very accurate and easy to use. And since the TV also has an IR receiver I was also able to add the TV to my Logitech Harmony 880 remote as well.

    It has taken some time learning how to use all the TV features correctly because the owner’s manual is weak, which is probably my biggest complaint. It took me a while to figure out what all the 3D setup options were and what all the selections were for. The on-screen interface is very cool and super easy to navigate; especially with the magic remote. The only thing lacking that I wish it had is Pandora radio. There must be some legal reason because when I use the TVs web browser and go to Pandora.com there is no audio. IN LG SmartTV there are a lot of free apps, including some cool 3D programing.

    Picture quality is great with plenty of brightness. I was impressed that it was to my liking right out of the box. There is a short setup process when you first turn it on that lets you turn the energy saving feature on/off (I chose off) and if the TV is in a store/home (I chose home). It has no more or less light bleeding than any other LED TV I sampled, and has no light leakage. My Samsung had a more even backlighting, but that is only noticeable when it’s a black screen; and seems to be a problem with a lot of LED TVs (all the ones I looked at anyway. One thing I would like to point out is that I seem to get the best 3D experience when the room is completely dark. I normally watch TV with a soft light behind the TV, but I now turn it off when I’m watching 3D. Glare also really impacts the 3D quality.

    To top all of this off, the TV is one of the most beautiful sets on the market. I replaced a 40″ Samsung LCD, and I was worried that this 47″ might be too big in the same space; but because it is almost frameless it is only 1″ wider (the Samsung had a distracting thick, high gloss frame). It has a sleek modern design with brushed metal accents. The stand is a very heavy plastic with a matching brushed metal finish.

    All-in-all I am extremely pleased with my purchase. I feel I got a great price and I love the package deal from Amazon that included LG AG-F216 Cinema 3D Glasses Family Pack (6-Pairs) for 2011 LG 3D LED-LCD HDTVs and the LG NB3520A 300W Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer.

    ***UPDATE***

    After using it a bit more I wanted to add a couple things:

    The light bleeding I mentioned earlier is only noticible on the initial startup splash screen where the LG logo is on a black background. Once the TV warms up there is almost no noticable light bleed on dark scenes. I am very happy with this.

    When watching a movie from a flash drive, the play, pause, forward, rewind, buttons on my Harmony remote don’t do anything. I have to use the magic remote.

    We watched the Immortals in 3D and the effects were nothing short of amazing. We are so happy with this TV.

    ***UPDATE 2***

    If internet access and Apps are important to you, you might be disappointed. To me the LG Smart TV Apps are pretty much worthless. I like Netflix, Amazon VOD, Pandora Radio, iHeart Radio, and Slacker Radio. The only one that this TV has is Netflix (it does work well). The TV has a decent web browser, but when I go to any of the radio websites they block the sound. Navigating Amazon Prime VOD is just a terrible experience and not worth the effort. I will be connecting my Logitech Review back to the TV. Bottom-line: Great hardware, disappointing web connectivity.

    If this were a 10-star rating system I’d give the TV an 8.5
    The 3D really impresses.

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  2. 82 of 87 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Smart, and Easy to Use, May 3, 2012
    By 
    Rex Kullmann
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    This handsome TV features a thin bezel and modern look, ease of use with attractive menus and very good picture quality.

    Set Up

    Like all other flat panel TVs, once you unbox the set, you’ll need to assemble and attach the stand. LG’s stand seems a little flimsy. There’s some give when you touch the TV and the manual gives specific instructions on where you should grab the TV when you pivot it on the stand. I’ve had no problems, but a more substantial feel would be comforting.

    When you first turn on the TV, it takes you through a few easy steps to set it up. Pairing with the remote, joining your wi-fi network, choosing your energy saving preferences and the like. My TV also found a software update once it was connected to my wi-fi and prompted me to upgrade. Easy.

    Performance and The Flaw

    I’m a TV production veteran of many years. I’m really picky about picture quality in some respects, but don’t care a bit about some of the things some TV reviewers seem obsessed about. What you can see with test signals isn’t very important. What matters, in my humble opinion, is what you are seeing when you sit down to watch. Are you watching the movie or watching how your TV performs? The LG’s picture quality is very good, but there’s one Flaw that takes me out of the moment and makes me pay attention to the TV.

    The LG 6700 uses LED edge lighting. It results in splotchy light leaks around the perimeter of the screen. The Flaw is visible during dark scenes and in a darkened viewing room. How bad is it? It’s invisible 99% of the time, but when the movie ends and the credits come up, there’s those glowing globs around the edges. When the hero goes into the haunted house with a flashlight, there’s those ghosts all around him. Turning on the Energy Saver feature, which reduces the backlight when the room is dark, lessens The Flaw somewhat.

    It’s pretty easy to overlook The Flaw since the LG has a great picture otherwise. Good, well saturated color, plenty of contrast and good brightness. 3D performance is stunning. If you want to change something, you’ll find every adjustment you can think of in the settings menu. So overall, I rate the LG’s picture very good despite The Flaw.

    This LG is one of the many new TVs that use glossy screens. Glossy screens give a more vivid and colorful picture than non-glossy screens, but at a cost. They are much more reflective. Is a glossy screen for you? Pretend your TV screen is a mirror. If you’re sitting on your sofa looking at that mirror, would you see a strong light source, like an unshaded lamp or a window? If so, you’ll prefer a TV with a non-glossy screen.

    This LG’s audio performance is mediocre. There is an EQ built-in the settings menu, but using it to boost the bass makes little difference. The speakers just can’t reproduce it. While the audio is fine for dialog, I think LG assumes you’ll use a sound system if you care about fidelity.

    3D

    The LG uses passive 3D glasses. They produce a good 3D viewing experience and have an advantage over active shutter glasses in that they are much cheaper to buy, don’t use batteries, and are universal among brands. Next time you see a Real D 3D movie in the theatre, hang on to your glasses. They work fine with this TV. You get 6 pair of 3D glasses with this LG. Your local Best Buy carries additional glasses from LG and Real D including kid sizes and clip-ons and high-priced premium stylish ones.

    Here’s the part of the review where I expected to dismiss the 2D to 3D feature. The LG, like many new BluRay players, will synthesize 3D from regular 2D content. Darned if it doesn’t work pretty well. It’s not as good as real 3D, of course, and you probably won’t use it that much. (Are you going to start watching CNN in 3D every night?) But for a few choice programs, it’s surprisingly good.

    There’s a button on the remote that toggles 3D on and off with one button press. All in all, LG has done everything possible to make 3D simple to enjoy with a minimum of fuss. Push the 3D button, put on the glasses and eat your popcorn.

    Smart TV

    This TV has apps, just like your smart phone. There is no longer a menu where you adjust picture and sound settings. There’s an app that does that. There are apps to switch inputs, search for available video you can download, browse the internet, turn 3D on and off, display media from your smart phone or computer, display the user’s manual and on and on. 21 apps come preloaded on the LG, and you can download more. Most of those are gateways to other content, including a lot of children’s programming. Most are free.

    You can get to the apps you’ve installed through the My Apps menu, or through the home screen which also has a “Premium” menu where you’ll find Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and…

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  3. 53 of 56 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Overall good product, minor flaws, March 6, 2012
    By 
    koty183
    This review is from: LG Cinema Screen 47LM6700 47-Inch Cinema 3D 1080p 120Hz LED-LCD HDTV with Smart TV and Six Pairs of 3D Glasses (Electronics)

    I can’t say for the speakers on this set (I use an external system and the built in ones have never been used), so other people talking about it being muffled, I can’t say.

    What I can say is the picture quality is wonderful. This TV is light, good quality picture, Passive 3D (big for me), and has no noticeable delay when gaming.

    Some problems, to get the PQ so good, they went with a glossy screen (seems to be somewhat the norm now) and this causes some reflections, but nothing too bad.

    The remote took some getting used to, but I have a universal remote if I just need to switch inputs. The remote it comes with is great in my opinion for navigating the menus and store, etc. It does a good job.
    One minor annoyance, if you move the remote a bit (move the table it’s on, drop it, knock it off the couch, etc) it makes the cursor appear for a few seconds. This happened when watching netflix, but nothing too bad.

    The reason I gave it 4 stars is the netflix and hulu apps work well, but have this weird glitch that would happen every 5 minutes where it looks like it just panics and shows a lot of random cached pixels. I’m hoping this is a software issue that can be fixed.

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