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42LB6500
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42LB6500

WORLD CLASS VIEWING EXPERIENCE

42" (106cm) FULL HD 100HZ WEB OS SMART TV

42LB6500

SIZE32" (80cm)   42" (106cm)   50" (126cm)   55" (139cm)   60" (151cm)
  • 100HZ SCREEN REFRESH RATE
  • SmartShare
  • LG Smart TV

$949

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42LB6500 3.5 5 21 21
Great easy to use TV with lots of features Great picture. Wide viewing angles, powerful and easy to use magic remote. Found the menus very easy to use and really liked the ability to customise the menu order. Really liked scrolling with the magic remote to change channels. No problems using Smartshare to access remote content or online services including Youtube or Iview. 4 November 2014
Great pictures with IPS panel Got this over the couple weeks and absolutely loving it! My wife was simply impressed with the picture's sharpness and its vibrant resolution. LG has done it right by using the famous IPS panel. The only drawback is the touted "magic" remote is a pain in the foot to navigate around. Other than that its a viewing pleasure every time . 30 October 2014
Blackest blacks, brightest whites, great colour in between The picture quality is fantastic. IPS really is everything they say it is. I can't comment too much on the SmartTV aspects as I hook mine up to a PC and use that for all the "smart" features I need. But I poked around a bit and it's relatively easy to use. Wi-fi connected right away, automatically updated itself. I can see how the "magic" remote would be annoying if you use it for regular TV and need channel flippers, but I mostly use it for on and off, so I appreciate the smaller size. Actually, I really like the simplicity of the remote, it's easy to memorize where the buttons are so you're not squinting in a darkened room -- all the would-be buttons pop up on the screen. There's a "1-2-3" button that pops up a number pad for quick channel changing, so really there's nothing to complain about, unless you specifically favour out-of-date technology. The pointer does take some getting used to, but it's not a major hurdle. Settings and setup are really well done. There's a Picture Wizard where you get the blacks, whites, saturation, sharpness, etc, to your specific tastes and lighting, etc. It's really easy to use, very straightforward, and very effective at producing a fantastic picture. Like any modern TV, it has all kinds of fandangled features for improving the image (line sharpening, dynamic contrast, etc.) I played around with them and got some improvement, but it still looks pretty good without that. Bottom line: To me, the most important aspect of any TV is the picture quality. Interface and remotes are all irrelevant if the picture quality is garbage. This TV delivers a fantastic picture quality, and I have no complaints about the rest. 3 November 2014
Wifi connectivity It takes a lil while to connect to the wifi after turning it on. Not sure if it's normal Any clue 25 October 2014
DON'T BUY THIS TV DON'T BUY THIS TV. For the uneducated in TV's, if you wanted to use this TV to do anything on the net, without Flash installed you are wasting your time. You would be surprised how many sites require Flash. If you wanted to go to a 50inch TV, buy an ultra HD TV as the picture quality is ok but isn't great. I tried to return this TV to the purchase location but they wouldn't take it back as I had already opened the box and turned the TV on. I wish I'd researched more before purchasing 23 October 2014
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