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50LN5400
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50LN5400

Stunning Picture Quality

50" Class (49.5" Diagonal) 1080p LED TV

50LN5400

SIZE42"   47"   50"   55"   60"
  • LED Backlighting
  • TruMotion 120Hz
  • Full HD 1080p Resolution
  • ENERGY STAR® Qualified

$799.99

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I do not see about this feature in the specification and features list.
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5 months, 3 weeks ago
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SK
Edison, NJ
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Yes it does connect to WiFi!
4 months, 3 weeks ago
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Thanks for your interest in our 50" 1080p/120hz HDTV SK!
I wish I had the model number for your TV so I could definitively answer your question as to whether or not your set has Wi-Fi built in or not. Let me attempt to answer your question this way and hopefully this helps! In our current 2014 lineup of 50" 120hz/1080p TVs, every 50" 120Hz/1080p TV with the exception of the 50LN5400 has Wi-Fi built in. That would be the 50LN5750, 50LA6200, 50LN5700, 50LB6100 and the 50LB6300. Hope this helps! IFV
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LCD vs. LED

What's the difference?
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4 months ago
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Bill
Vancouver
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LCD has better picture due to the light that comes through
3 months, 2 weeks ago
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Jamie
Bronx, Ny
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Hello Bill,
Thank you for contacting us with regards to the differences between LCD and LED. So here is the big reveal, LED TVs are LCD TVs!
The only difference is in the light source that each technology uses. The knock against LCDs has always been that they do not produce deep blacks because they use a CCFL (Cold Cathode Flourescent Lamps) which is always on causing the screen to be gray rather than the desired black. They are not many if any CCFL LCDs on the market now, but you may rarely run into one.
LED TVs are really correctly called LED LCD TVs. It's just the LCD has now been dropped and people just call them LED TVs and these use LEDs (Red, Green, Blue) as their lighting source and because they have deeper blacks, the screens are brighter, more vivid colors, and thinner because LEDs do not require as much room as the CCFLs. LEDs consume less power, and can be turned on or off more easily to produce better contrast ratios and deeper blacks...IFV
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Englewwod, NJ
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Need to copy and paste with the remote

I'm trying to send emails on my TV using the remote. I want to be able to copy and paste onto my message box, but I don't know how to get that option. Is that something that I can do with my remote?
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We appreciate your interest in this options and features of this television. The remote control does not have the option available to highlight text and Copy/Paste it.
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How does the trumotion 120 hz work?

I don't see it on the options or on any of the channels.
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The TruMotion feature and the 120Hz Refresh Rate are two separate features of this television. The TruMotion function is a feature that smooths the transition between video frames. It is activated at the factory. As you have stated, there is no method available to deactivate this.
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How do I connect Headset to my new Lg 50LN5400 TV?

My headset has a base with a red and white plug. the base sits next to the TV and the earphones are wireless..
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1 year, 2 months ago
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We appreciate your interest in this television. Unfortunately, the 50LN5400 does not have a connection available by which it might send an audio signal to another device (headset) using RED/WHITE audio cables. The only audio output on this TV is the OPTICAL Digital Audio Output jack.
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