LG INFINIA 47LW6500
Released June, 2011
The Pros:Passive 3D, no need for heavy active shutter glasses. Includes both traditional and Wii like gesture remote control to suit all uses. Great for sports fans, 240Hz 3D is equivalent to a 120Hz standard TV.
The Cons:Poor default picture settings, require user caliobration. Uneven back-lighting in some cases due to edge-lit technology.
LG's INFINIA 47LW6500 is a 47-inch 3D-enabled HDTV, to be released later this year. With similar specs to many of LG's other announced 3D models, the LW6500 series' main feature is that it includes four pairs of lightweight, polarized glasses for viewing 3D images, and also uses a different 3D image processing system (Cinema 3D) that will supposedly widen viewing angle and offer crisper picture than its other 3D models.
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The refresh rate for this model is 240Hz, native resolution is 1080p, and pixels are capable of local dimming. Seemingly standard for the new 3D models, LG includes a gesture remote and Wi-Fi adapter, as well as the Smart TV web interface to access streaming content.
- 47-inch LED-backlit display
- 2D and 3D enabled
- "Cinema 3D" enhanced 3D processing
- Includes 4 sets of 3D glasses
- 1080p native resolution
- "Magic Remote" uses gestures
- "Smart TV" app, media, and streaming interface
- Integrated Wi-Fi adapter
- DLNA access
- 240Hz refresh rate
- Energy saving modes
User Reviews (1)
Passive 3D, no need for heavy active shutter glasses
Includes both traditional and Wii like gesture remote control to suit all uses
Great for sports fans, 240Hz 3D is equivalent to a 120Hz standard TV
Good 3D and 2D picture quality given its price
Intuitive menu navigation, simple to use settings
Passive 3D, need for heavy active shutter glasses
Poor default picture settings, require user caliobration
Uneven back-lighting in some cases due to edge-lit technology
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