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LG 37LG60 37-Inch 1080p LCD HDTV, Gloss Piano Black with Scarlet Red

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  • Slim, bold, stunning design Scarlet LCD HDTV series only 2.4" deep with swivel stand
  • 1080p Full HD resolution 1920 x 1080p Trumotion 120Hz panel for clear smooth images even for fast action scenes with 4x HDMI v 1.3 digital inputs
  • ISFccc caple of professional calibration for picture performance
  • Invisible speaker system for richer more balanced sound & a polished look
  • 50,000:1 Dynamic contrast ratio
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Brand NameLG
Item Weight39.9 pounds
Product Dimensions2.8 x 36.6 x 26.2 inches
Item model number37LG60
Color NameGloss Black
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Additional Information
ASINB0018SQ6FG
Best Sellers Rank #248,202 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight58 pounds
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Date First AvailableJanuary 1, 2008
  
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  • Brand Name: LG
  • Model: 37LG60
  • Display Technology: LCD
  • Display Size: 37 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
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Product Description

37" LCD TV HD Montior, 1080p FULL HD (1920 x 1080) resolution, 120HZ TruMotion, 50,000:1 Contrast Ratio, ATSC/NTSC/Clearn QAM - 1 Tuner, XD Engine, 178 True Wide Viewing Angle, SRS TruSurroundXT, 4 HDMI, USB 2.0, includes table stand

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Tv still has a great picture considering its age.
TAS22
I play Xbox 360 and the games and regular DVDs look great with no lag.
Unixaaron
Watching Blu-Ray and upconverted DVDs is great as well.
Danny Takacs

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Aaron Steffens on December 17, 2008
I have owned the 37LG60 for about 6 weeks now and I am very impressed.

Setup: Out of the box, everything went fairly well and the packaging was good. The directions for attaching the stand are a bit lacking in that there are two different sizes of screws provided and it is up to the user to figure out which ones fit in which holes. The menus for A/V setup are clear and concise for basic set up and there are a plethora of advanced options for those that want to dive in.

Video: The picture is excellent. At the time I'm writing this, there is only one 37" consumer LCD HDTV that supports both 1080p resolutions and 120hz refresh rates. Visually any HD content played on the set is stunning, and even standard definition looks fine for almost everything. Much better than some less expensive sets that I looked at. There are almost never any visible jagged lines on SD content. The color and contrast were a bit off out of the box but that is normal with HD sets and 2 minutes of adjusting fixed it. I didn't even have time to run a calibration DVD or Blu-Ray yet and I'm already very happy. Just a note for those that are planning on purchasing a 1080p TV; at 37", in order to take full advantage of 1080p (be able to see the difference between 720 and 1080) you need to be sitting about 4 feet from the TV. With smaller sets, the difference is less noticeable. If you are looking to save money, getting a 720p TV would not be a bad idea. That being said, I love the way the 37LG60 looks and would recommend it on picture quality alone.

Inputs: The good news is there are tons of inputs. 4 HDMI, 2 Composite, a VGA for use as a computer monitor and more.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By TAS22 on November 24, 2008
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I purchased this TV about two weeks ago for the price of $901.75 which is a pretty good price for the size and due to the fact that its full 1080p. Its got an awesome contrast ratio of 50,000:1. When using my PS3 hooked up via HDMI cable the picture is nothing short of perfect. Games look amazing and blu-ray movies look spectacular. Regular SD TV viewing leaves a bit to be desired but its about par with other HD TVs that I have seen on SD. Buttons on the TV are hidden on the side except for the power button which is placed on the LG logo on the front, and the power button is touch sensitive, meaning you just have to touch the logo not press it and on comes the TV. The TV itself is quite attractive with scarlet backing and a full black front except for the LG logo which is a sort of glowing red. Overall its a great TV for a pretty decent price.

September 24th, 2009
To add to my review:
Sadly my TV just gave out on me. The picture began to flicker and I suspected that the HDMI cord was the culprit but alas it was the TV. Not even a year old... Hopefully LG will honor their year warranty. . . Will update status again after discussing the issue with them tomorrow. This is quite disappointing seeing as how I spent 900 dollars on the TV. . .

February 2011
Well, I definitely should have updated this a LONG time ago. After LG sent out a repairman about 3 different times. The tv finally worked. He said basically that when the tv was put together a piece was put on incorrectly. He said he put the part back on upside down and that it should work. So far so good. Tv still has a great picture considering its age. So overall I would definitely buy from LG again I just wish the tv would have been installed correctly in the first place.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By B. Sarason on January 20, 2009
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Uses: mostly gaming (Xbox 360 w/hdmi input). Also movies (Netflix streaming & DVD's both through the Xbox 360)

PROS:
-50,000:1 contrast ratio. They say the bigger this number, the purtier the picture. Check out other sets in this price range. Few offer such a ratio, (yet). Not even LG's next model up in size, for some reason.

-2to3ms response time (or something like that) and 120hz = less "streaking". LCD TV's historically suffer from "streaking" when displaying some types of moving images (I think from the pixels staying on too long). Gamers also complained that early LCD's were taking too long to react to game input, (and in games like COD4 distorted images and slow response time can equal death!) This TV is fast and clear. My roommate has a mid/high end Sony 1080p LCD HDTV from a couple years ago. It's a fine set but we both agree that this little LG displays xbox 360 input notably clearer than the Sony. There's less blur and streaking during motion, which is huge for gaming. As far as I could tell when shopping around a few months ago, the only sets that offer contrast ratios, 120hz, and response times near this one are in the mid to high end of things and none of them are smaller than 40". So for comparable specs (Samsung >=600 series, Sony's Series > "W", etc...) you'll have to pay a few hundred to a few thousand more dollars right now.

-tons of inputs: RF (antenna/cable), 2 or 3 Component video/audio, 3 or 4 HDMI, RGB PC, Composite video, usb. I only use HDMI so far but there you go.

-5:5 pulldown. If you don't know what this is, just wiki it along with 3:2 pulldown, 120hz etc. I don't know how many DVD movies or broadcast movies preserve the original 24hz image content (why would they if previous TV's couldn't use the data?
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