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It's the first 3D television from LG and doesn't look that expensive for a 55-inch model.

LG 55" LX9900 FHD LED 3DTV Freeview HD Full LEd with Spot Control Infinia Design Ultra Slim Depth and Narrow Frame Full HD 1080p 3DTV ( Active technology) Freeview HD Tru Motion 400hz 10,000,000:1 contrast ratio Picture Wizard II Intelligent Sensor Invisible Speaker (10w + 10w) Clear Voice II NetCast Smart Energy Saving Plus Eco Flower Wireless AV Link Bluetooth DLNA USB 2.0 (DivX HD, MP3, JPG) 4x HDMI ISF certification
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#1
Wow it looks amazing.
#2
Is this tv 120hz?
#3
l33t-krew
Is this tv 120hz?

400hz according to the OP
#4
top of my list after tonights triple rollover win :-D
banned#5
niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice :)
#6
cadmus
top of my list after tonights triple rollover win :-D


Mine as well! LOL
#7
£2799 and you say it's not expensive.
That is £24 more than my first house
cost in 1974. Anyway I am off to the TV
repair shop now, my 17" black and
white set is ready for collection after
repair.
#8
Wow that's a great price considering they are supposed to be around £3600-£4000 on release!

Any ideas on when they will be available?

Although the website doesn't state that it comes with two pairs of active glasses?
#9
I was watching a demo on this set at the Gadget show on sunday and was very impressed with the 3d images it produced and the way the tv looked with its almost none existent bazel, the LG rep told me this set will retail for £3500 so this is a good price.
#10
I saw this set at the Gadget Show and was rather disappointed with it. The Sony one was a little better but the Panasonic was the best by miles. £2300 for the 50" with 2 pair of glasses. Gonna leave it a few months myself and see how things unfold
#11
Jeevester
I saw this set at the Gadget Show and was rather disappointed with it. The Sony one was a little better but the Panasonic was the best by miles. £2300 for the 50" with 2 pair of glasses. Gonna leave it a few months myself and see how things unfold


I found that Panasonic choose not to show any fast moving images, I too found it to be the best and probably the one I will buy but a proper judgement can not be made without playing the same demo material on all of them.

The Panasonic being a Plasma tv will use a lot more power than this lcd tv so that could be a problem for some.
#12
Jeevester
I saw this set at the Gadget Show and was rather disappointed with it. The Sony one was a little better but the Panasonic was the best by miles. £2300 for the 50" with 2 pair of glasses. Gonna leave it a few months myself and see how things unfold


I haven't seen any of these new active 3DTV's yet but with what I've seen with standard tv's I'm surprised you thought a plasma Panasonic was better than a full LED LG.

All the led lcd tv's I've seen are loads better than any plasma or normal lcd, and that inlcudes edge lit led too.

As this one is full backlit led and 400hz I was expecting it to be fantastic!

Will have to wait and look for myself and then decide...
#13
robot1000
400hz according to the OP


I mean the actual refresh rate, not the usual ****** they spout off.
120hz is needed for proper 3D as the polarised lens cut the refresh rate in half (eg to the usual 60hz).

Its needed for stuff like nvidias 3Dvision
#14
This tv has a refresh rate of 400hz, most of the other new 3D tv's are 200hz.
#15
wonneil
I haven't seen any of these new active 3DTV's yet but with what I've seen with standard tv's I'm surprised you thought a plasma Panasonic was better than a full LED LG.

All the led lcd tv's I've seen are loads better than any plasma or normal lcd, and that inlcudes edge lit led too.

As this one is full backlit led and 400hz I was expecting it to be fantastic!

Will have to wait and look for myself and then decide...


what r u suprised about? everyone knows panasonic plasmas are the best picture quality. lol
#16
There are a number of reasons why I would not buy a LG 3D TV.
- First of all their 3D system uses a 'polarised' filter/glasses system as opposed to the Panasonic which uses an 'active shutter' system which is purported to be significantly better.
- LG uses a LCD panel with LED back backlighting, whereas Panasonic uses a NeoPDP Plasma panel and it is acknowledged that these panel provide more natural representation. The new Panasonic NeoPDP panels are now closer to the Kuro panels, thus black representation will be faultless.
- Panasonic 3D panels won the CES 2010 Innovation Award and the Best of Show Award.
#17
dmaster2000
what r u suprised about? everyone knows panasonic plasmas are the best picture quality. lol


Yes but the fact that there are now full led screens out (with local dimming) and the LG being 400hz, I was hoping that this was going to be way beyond a plasma tv :?

Although one bad thing I can say about the Panasonic is that it only comes with one pair of glasses! lol Seems to be implying something to anyone thinking of buying their tv... :oops:
#18
tpol
There are a number of reasons why I would not buy a LG 3D TV.
- First of all their 3D system uses a 'polarised' filter/glasses system as opposed to the Panasonic which uses an 'active shutter' system which is purported to be significantly better.
- LG uses a LCD panel with LED back backlighting, whereas Panasonic uses a NeoPDP Plasma panel and it is acknowledged that these panel provide more natural representation. The new Panasonic NeoPDP panels are now closer to the Kuro panels, thus black representation will be faultless.
- Panasonic 3D panels won the CES 2010 Innovation Award and the Best of Show Award.


The LG also uses 'active shutter' (which is not neccessarily a good thing!)
Have you personally seen this LG compared to the Panasonic?
#19
Sirez
I found that Panasonic choose not to show any fast moving images, I too found it to be the best and probably the one I will buy but a proper judgement can not be made without playing the same demo material on all of them.

The Panasonic being a Plasma tv will use a lot more power than this lcd tv so that could be a problem for some.


I agree would be nice to see them all playing the same demo side by side
#20
If I only wanted to spend £1000 on a telly, no matter how good, would u call me cheap?

I'm sure this tv is the nuts but to me even a heavily discounted price point appears to be prohibitive.

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