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  • Resolution: 1080p
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Built in Wi-Fi
  • HDMI Inputs: 3
  • TV with Stand (WxHxD) 42.76 x 28.11 x 11.22

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: LG
  • Model: 47LN5750
  • Display Size: 47 inches
  • Resolution: 1080p

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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 40.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 42 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00C4WOW7Y
  • Item model number: 47LN5750
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #492,369 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 19, 2013
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Product Description

Description It's easy to enjoy LG's LN5750 with Smart TV. Enjoy instant access to the best of the Internet direct to your TV. Built-in Wi-Fi® and Smart Share lets you wirelessly stream and share your movies, videos, music and pictures from compatible devices direct to your TV. LG's intuitive motion-sensing Magic Remote is a simple and fun way to pick and choose what you want to watch. Simply wave your hand, click, scroll or use LG's unique Voice Mate, capable of recognizing how you naturally speak to change the channel or access premium content providers. And, with Full HD 1080p, LED, TruMotion 120Hz and Picture Wizard II, you're sure to enjoy the stunningly clear picture quality. Specifications •Resolution: 1080p •Refresh Rate: 120Hz •Built in Wi-Fi •HDMI Inputs: 3 •LG Smart TV •Motion-sensing Magic Remote included •Premium Content such as Netflix, Vudu, Hulu Plus, YouTube and more •LG Cloud •Smart Share to wirelessly share content from compatible devices to your TV •Miracast •NFC Ready •Intel Wireless Display (WiDi) •Mobil High Definition Link (MHL) capable - MHL cable not included •DLNA certified •Picture Wizard II •Wi-Fi Built-in •Triple XD Engine Details Assembled Country Mexico Assembled Size •TV without Stand (WxHxD) 42.76 x 25.39 x 1.43 •TV with Stand (WxHxD) 42.76 x 28.11 x 11.22

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By red bird on December 26, 2013
The difference between the Vizio M471i-AO TV and the LG 47LN5750

First the vizio would never connect to the internet to watch hulu. After spending 4 hours on the phone with support, and being told 3 different stories and having to change all the setting, including connecting the tv directly to the modem they gave up and said to take it back.
The LG immediately connected and downloaded up dates. Then when I clicked on HULU I just had to log in with my password, and I was watching stuff in my queue.

Connecting the LG was easier as the connections are flat on the back facing out, not up in a hole facing down as the vizio was. [It is hard to screw on a type f when you can't get your fingers around it.] The only setup I had to change after it scanned the channels was to remove channels I
didn't want, and to go in settings and tell it to use the fiber port for sound instead of the speakers.
It does do 5.1 and DTS both, and even did 5.1 on a you tube video.

The picture on the LG looks better out of the box then the vizio did after adjusting everything.

On the vizio to see what program is on the channel you have tuned to you have to press a button,
and then it is in small letter that are not readable from across the room. The LG has a banner across the top as you change channels with the channel numbers, station call sign, and the name of the program. If you click on this it takes you to a banner at the bottom that will give you info on what is on next for several hours. That was not available on the vizio at all.

The LG has a setting for aspect ratio called "set by program". This takes care of the stretching
or squeezing that happens between programs.
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By MN FishMan on October 7, 2014
I knew the model was slightly older but it's missing out on some features/upgrades. I've tried to stream thru the internet function on the TV but the flash player isn't compatible (too old) and they are not upgrading it.i typically keep items for years, but probably not this. The picture is great, sound is OK and WiFi is fast. My first and probably last LG purchase.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By RjB on December 4, 2013
The setup was easy, the picture is good and the wifi is very good. The sound was horrible, though, I had to shell out for a sound bar. The "magic" remote is a pain in the neck; as pointing devices go it's only barely adequate in most cases for the smart TV functions (including browsing) and it makes the simplest functions (like going to a specific channel) ridiculously hard so I tend to avoid most of the "smart" capabilities the TV has. For that matter, a number of the usual functions/capabilities I've come to expect from a TV are not supported; you can only consistently get program information if you use a "cable box" (I get program info for 2 channels out of nearly 100), the channels are laid out based on source (TV/DTV) so 2.0 is 70 channels away from 2.1, and there is no "back" capability to go back to the last channel viewed (my previous TV allowed setting up to 4 channels for surf/back capability, which worked great for college football Saturday). so, generally, I'm hoping this LG dies soon so I can justify going back to a Sony Bravia to my wife.
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